Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Are you qualified?? The Department of Justice is hiring, go drop your records!

A text announcing a large recruitment at the Ministry of Justice (Minjustice) circulates for some time on social networks. According to this text, Minjustice would currently recruit some 200 secretaries. This document, however, arouses the suspicion of some Internet users, who fear a scam to employment.This information is true.

The Minister of Justice, Laurent Esso, has indeed launched last May 31, a notice to candidacy for the recruitment of 200 secretaries for "the courts, central services and decentralized" of its ministerial department. The press release published on this subject specifies that "recruitment will be based on the study of the files, followed by aptitude tests".

This notice to apply is open to Cameroonians of both sexes between the ages of 17 and 40 on January 1, 2019, and holders of a bachelor's degree (G1 or other general education baccalaureate) and a higher technician's diploma (BTS), as well as to candidates holding the Certificate of Professional Competence (Cap option secretariat-clerk-clerk-clerk), the Undergraduate Studies Certificate (Bepc) and the Probatoire, aged at least 17 years old and 35 years old at the more on the date mentioned above. Candidates have until September 6 to submit their application.

"The processing fee of 20,000 CFA francs will be paid to the post office on behalf of the director of general affairs of the Ministry of Justice against a mandate to be attached to the application file", says the Minister of Justice, Laurent Esso.

The lists of shortlisted candidates will be posted in Minjustice 10 days before the scheduled date of composition on Saturday 5 October, as well as the site selected for the conduct of the tests in Yaoundé, the ministerial statement concludes.

Source: stopblablacam.com