Call for Articles on Career Advice for the African Jobs Board

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Call for Articles on Career Advice for the African Jobs Board

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The Association of African Universities (AAU) invites stakeholders to write career advise articles featuring their experiences, views, and general comments, for publication on its Jobs Board platform. The AAU in partnership with Warwick Employment Group (WEG) and Education Sub Saharan Africa rolled out the African Jobs Board platform,  to serve as the home for all Jobs in Academic Institutions in Africa.


This platform is a standalone website which supports staff recruitment and academic mobility in African Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). It features among others, PhD opportunities, job vacancies and career advice pages and has a wide audience reach, composed of Job Seekers and Employers from Africa and other parts of the world. It is tailored along the very successful, which is ran by Warwick Employment Group in the United Kingdom.  `


The Jobs Board platform places a high importance on career advice and its potential to help stakeholders acquire the knowledge, skills and information necessary to identify the right career options and explore various options. It is therefore calling for content which will highlight the key issues concerning pursuing a career, as well as provide pragmatic recommendation to readers across the continent.


Career and Counselling Units, Human Resources departments of Institutions, as well as individuals with expertise on hiring, interviewing, recruitment, culture adoption, prerequisites for working in specific countries in Africa etc  are invited to share articles for placement on the African Jobs Board Platform  The articles posted will duly acknowledge the author and will further be shared via other AAU communication platforms such as the Social Media platforms.


To submit an article, or for any further enquiries, please contact the Project Manager of the African Jobs Board Project – Frank Asefuah via email –



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