logoBC
Yaoundé - 25 April 2024 -
Public management

Cameroon airport authority seeks 106 new workers to strengthen airport security

Cameroon airport authority seeks 106 new workers to strengthen airport security
  • Comments   -   Wednesday, 01 March 2023 02:42

(Business in Cameroon) - The Cameroonian Aviation Authority (CCAA) launched last February 21 the competitive recruitment of 106 operational security officers (OSA). Paule Assoumou Koki, Head of CCAA, said the process will take place from next April 17 to May 6.

This recruitment is open, we learned, to persons of Cameroonian nationality, aged at least 21 years and 30 years at most, holding a GCE Ordinary level or equivalent degree, having a perfect command of one of the official languages of Cameroon, and having a clean criminal record. "Having training and/or professional experience in the field of civil aviation security, a category B driver's license and mastery of the two official languages of Cameroon would be major assets," Paule Assoumou Koki said.

The recruited agents "will be responsible daily for the implementation of civil aviation security measures at Cameroonian airports. They will prevent any illegal intrusion of persons at the airports and maintain the integrity and sterility of airport facilities,” we learned.

BRM

cameroon-s-red-cocoa-nears-labeling-as-oapi-awaits-coloration-analysis
The Cameroon red cocoa, listed in 2019 as a product eligible for geographical indication (GI), has progressed towards labeling by the African Intellectual...
cameroon-poultry-expo-revives-focus-on-industry-transformation
The 2024 edition of the Yaoundé International Poultry Exhibition (Savi) kicked off on April 23 at the Congress Palace. The event organized by the Cameroon...
beac-s-bond-auction-meets-success-in-inflation-combat-efforts
On April 22, the Central African Central Bank (Beac) concluded a successful 14-week bond issuance worth CFA50 billion. This move, offering a 2.5% interest...
cameroun-delays-bond-sale-amid-regional-market-strain
The Cameroon government has postponed its planned 2024 bond sale, originally slated for April, due to market saturation caused by Gabon and the Central...

Mags frontpage


Business in Cameroon n110: April 2022

Covid-19, war in Europe: Some Cameroonian firms will suffer


Albert Zeufack: “Today, the most important market is in Asia”


Investir au Cameroun n120: Avril 2022

Covid-19, guerre en Europe : des entreprises camerounaises vont souffrir


Albert Zeufack: « Le marché le plus important aujourd’hui, c’est l’Asie »