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Swahili Language Jobs
There are two words that are frequently used in the English language that are taken from the Bantu African language of Swahili. All Swahili speakers will know that Jenga, just like the fun building game, is taken from the Swahili word for build and safari, unsurprisingly comes from the Swahili word meaning journey.
What does this have to do with Swahili language jobs, you might be asking? If you apply to join our agency here at ABL Recruitment, we can Jenga your profile and take you on a safari that leads you to that dream job in the foreign language field.
What do we want from you? We are ideally, first and foremost, looking for individuals with fluency in both Swahili and English. As well as verbal communication skills, you will ideally be just as proficient in written communication of both languages.
The rest will be taken under consideration. We have been known to take on candidates with a wealth of experience in multiple sectors, graduates fresh out of college and school and even inexperienced people who are looking to break into a different field.
What do you need to do? If you have the relevant skills in both English and Swahili and are interested in putting those skills to good use, you can get in contact with us in a few ways.
One of the reasons why we have such a strong reputation in the industry and have done for the last 28 years is because we make it incredibly easy for you.
Give us a call, drop us an email or upload your CV and we will be in touch about your next Swahili language jobs. We will need to assess your bilingual skills as well as look at your experience and expertise. We also want to get to know you better and understand you more as an individual. Although this may seem strange, it’s one of the best ways to separate you from other candidates with a similar work experience and skillset.
We have repeat clients that use our candidate pool again and again to fill their vacancies because they know we are committed to not just finding ‘a’ candidate, but ‘the’ candidate. That could be you. The only way you’ll know is by getting in contact with us today.