800 workers needed to work at train station

Girls face up their faces at Uganda North America Youth Development Association (UNAYDA) training centre in Mutundwe during the entrepreneurship day in Mutungo, Kampala Thursday February 28th, 2019. (PHOTO: STEPHEN WANDERA)


MUYENGA – Jag Security Group Ltd, a private firm dealing in safety and real estate has secured about 800 jobs for locals as customer care personnel in the Middle East. According to Ms. Sarah Banura, the Recruitment Manager, Jag Security Group Ltd, suitable candidates are being interviewed to take up the jobs at a train station.

“We have secured 790 jobs for suitable candidates to work at a train station as station agents, station supervisors and train conductors. These jobs are specifically for men aged 23 to 35 years with diploma in management, social works or the equivalent as minimum qualification,” she said.

The salary range from Shs2.5 million to Shs.4 million, we offer free passport, visa and air ticket, Ms Banura told Uganda Vanguard Monday 9th, December 2019.

She further explained, “Interviews stared Monday December 9th and end on Friday 13th December, 2019. Reach us at our offices along Magoba Lane behind Kabalagala Police Station. Jag Security also has offices in Jinja Soroti, Mbale, Iganga, Mukono, Sembabule, Kamuli and Mbarara.”

“We also still have jobs for cleaners with a take home of Shs900,000 and home care givers earning Shs1.5 million,” Ms Banura noted.

JAG Security Group Ltd is incorporated and registered as a recruitment agency and private security company in Uganda with plans expand to other parts of East Africa.

She added, “Our mission is to be a role model of recruitment, training and skills development for the international job market and private security business by creating superior values for all our stake holders, abiding by the utmost professional and ethical standards. We strive to provide quality and dependable services, while adhering to best practices of modern management and building a solid institution.”

The firm has in the last three years sent over 4000 Ugandans to work in Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Iraq, Afghanistan and Kuwait.


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