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Africa’s leading payments technology company, Flutterwave, has recruited 200 trainees for its inaugural Graduate Trainee Programme, and growing its employee base by 38 per cent.
The paid programme aims to nurture young Nigerians by retooling with technical and soft skills, exposing them to the company’s solutions and products, as well as providing an opportunity to competitively play on the global stage.
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The project is new Chief People and Culture Officer Mansi Babyloni’s first work upon rejoining Flutterwave.
Babyloni was the company’s Global Head of People Strategy and Special Projects in 2020, before leaving for PwC’s People and Org. practice in London, UK.
She returned as CPO and will be focusing on investing in people, culture and processes to drive growth for the organisation.
Flutterwave opened the application portal on July 1, 2022, to enable young graduates across Nigeria to apply for various positions in the company.
The portal closed on July 15 with 11,000 applications, with 200 candidates making it into the programme after a thorough recruitment process. The lucky applicants received their offers on August 5, with their two-week onboarding to commence immediately.
The programme is geared at supporting young intelligent Nigerians, who would in turn, back Flutterwave’s growing appetite for talents, as it works to meet its growth and expansion objectives.
Flutterwave currently supports over 1,000,000 businesses and requires a steady stream of fresh new talents to sustain its continuous growth.
This article was updated 1 year ago