We are seeking an outstanding Talent Acquisition Manager to help us identify and attract the most fantastic persons in our wonderful team.
At Enko Education, we believe firmly that achieving our ambitious objectives relies a lot on our capacity to attract the right persons, whether in our schools or in our central team.
We are constantly looking for unique individuals with whom to work, laugh, dream and achieve incredible things all together (such as starting twelve schools in four years). We open new positions every day for all types of profile: inspiring heads of school, geek social marketing experts, intrepid school launchers… we recruit all over the world: our team members come from Senegal, France, South Africa, Nigeria, Mali, Burkina, DRC, South Africa, US, UK, Germany …
As our talent acquisition manager, you will be in charge of just that: setting up a fantastic pipeline of great applicants to contribute building this team we value so much.
On a typical Enko day you may:
• Start date June 2018
• Office in Sandton
• Part-time job with all perspectives that a fast-pace startup can offer
About Enko Education:
Enko Education is a fast-growing network of African International Schools, increasing access for learners across Africa to the world’s best universities, through high-quality international education.
Enko Education has developed an innovative model to unlock learners’ potential through globally recognized and sought-after international curriculums and diplomas leading to the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP). We offer this education at a fraction of the cost of other international institutions in Africa. Enko learners are guided in their university applications through our university counselling programme that supports them in securing admission and financing their studies through scholarships. Enko Education learners can enjoy a unique and enriched learning experience.
Several international financing institutions, including Proparco, I & P, Oiko Credit and LiquidAfrica, support our ambition. With 10 schools across Africa, we aim to open 30 more schools in the next five years and we will need to support this growth by enriching our teams both in the schools and in our central office in Sandton.