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Employment Prospect: Job Vacancies at SHUMAS Cameroon


The Management of Strategic Humanitarian Services (SHUMAS), a Non –Governmental Organization (NGO), located at Mile six Nkwen Bamenda hereby notify the public of the following  job vacancies ;
Civil Engineer 4

Agronomist /Rural Engineer 5

Agricultural technicians 10

Technicians (Builder) 4

Technicians (Carpenters ) 2

Human resource Manager  1

Gender and Protection Officer 2

Communication Officer 1

Grant Writers 2

Logistician 1

Interested candidates should provide the following:
Hand written application
Curriculum Vitea highlighting details track record related to the above position
Certificate of highest qualifications 
3 key references with one coming from your most recent employer. 
Applications can be sent by email to   or 
Deposit in our office at Mile 6 Nkwen Bamenda 
NB:  The detailed   terms of reference for each position  is  here attached .

Incase you need further clarification, you can contact us on these numbers:    676440219, 6725233401, 79852090,   

All applications must be submitted before  15th January 2024


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