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Vacancies for Directors at the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Secretariat

Monday, 1st June 2020
Positions of Directors for the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Secretariat in Accra, Ghana, have been published on the Website of the African Union: aucareers.org 

These positions are as follows:

1- DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATION AND HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
2- DIRECTOR OF FINANCE 
3- DIRECTOR OF TRADE IN GOODS AND COMPETITION 
4- DIRECTOR TRADE IN SERVICES, INVESTMENT AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS 

AU Careers is African Union Commission main vacancy application portal, in order to be able to apply for a position all potential applicants will need to create a PHP database Record where they will enter among others your personal information, current and previous education and employment details.

From the provided information AUC recruitment team will match the data against the currently applied for position to see if you meet the requirements. It is advised that you completely enter your data as partial data may lead to disqualification. In addition, you can always track the status of your applications by clicking on my applications in your cockpit.

Please use the following links to access the E-recruitment System to access your PHP records, note in the Legacy System you cannot update your data. In addition, you can access the User Manuals from the links below if you are having problems applying for a position or creating your profile.

About AfCFTA:
AfCFTA is a free trade area, which that was formed by the African Continental Free Trade Agreement among 54 African Union member states .The free-trade area is the second largest in the world by member states after the World Trade Organization, (WTO).

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