Vacancy Administrative Secretary 2011
NOTICE OF VACANCIES
The Information and Communication Technologies Authority (ICTA) is the National Regulatory body for the ICT and Telecommunications sectors and the Postal Services in Mauritius.
Our Vision is to play a leading role in the future of ICT in Mauritius contributing to an efficient, competitive and optimally regulated ICT sector.
Our Mission is to promote affordable and adequate access to quality ICT services through functional market-driven competition and regulatory principles in a trouble-free Networked Information and Knowledge Society.
Vacancy for the post of “Administrative Secretary”
Applications are invited from qualified candidates who wish to be considered for appointment as “Administrative Secretary” at the ICT Authority.
To be eligible, applicants must have achieved a level of education and/or experience as specified in the requirements for the position.
Eligibility of candidates will be assessed in compliance with all formal requirements by the closing date for the submission of applications. Only selected candidates will be invited for an interview.
Terms of Employment
Either on a one-year renewable contract, or on the permanent and pensionable establishment, subject to successfully completing one year probation, or such other period, as may be determined by the ICT Board.
Submission of applications
A detailed curriculum vitae, copies of certificates and a covering letter should be sent to : The Executive Director, Information and Communication Technologies Authority, 12th Floor, The Celicourt, 6 Sir Celicourt Antelme Street, Port Louis, by Thursday 11th August 16.00 hrs at latest.
In order to be considered, applications must be sent by the closing date for submission, and the position applied for, should be clearly marked on the top left hand corner of the envelope.
ICTA is an equal opportunities employer and takes care to avoid any form of discrimination.
The Authority reserves the right neither to proceed with any appointment following this advertisement, nor to assign any reason whatsoever for its decision.
28th July 2011