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Mar 162017
 


Virtual Human Resources Services Limited is a fast growing human resources consulting firm committed to offering innovative solutions to our high end clients.

They are searching for a highly qualified candidate to join their group of professionals in offering high level consulting services to their clients in the position of:

Human Resources Intern

Reporting to the Lead Consultant, this is a position responsible for offering support to various projects being undertaken by the organization.

The successful candidate should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment that will offer broad experience in various aspects of Human Resources.

Qualifications, Experience and Knowledge

  • Degree in Human Resources
  • Prior experience in HR department will be an added advantage
  • Well versed with MS Office
  • Can easily work under pressure
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Self-starter, assertive and quick learner

Interested candidates are requested to forward their updated CVs to recruit@virtualhr.co.ke by 24th March 2017 stating their daytime telephone contacts and addresses of three referees.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Website: www.virtualhr.co.ke

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