Apply to Open Positions at Globeleq – internships and permanent positions.
As Globeleq we develop, own and operate power plants utilising various technologies across the African continent.
With many years of international industry experience, the support of committed shareholders, and long-standing project, technology, finance and government partnerships, we have the financial strength, management and operational expertise to power Africa to realise its potential.
Since 2002, Globeleq’s experienced team of professionals has built a diverse portfolio of independent power plants, generating approximately 1,500 MW in 28 locations across six African countries.
GLOBELEQ IS POWERING AFRICA’S GROWTH THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATION OF UTILITY SCALE POWER PLANTS ACROSS THE CONTINENT.
Founded in 2002, Globeleq has become a power industry leader by operating or acquiring interest in multiple power facilities across the world.
Now with its focus on the African continent, the company’s experience in implementing an array of generating technologies in different geographic locations, provides Globeleq with a unique perspective and strong foundation for developing new capacity.
Under the ownership of shareholders British International Investment (BII) (formerly CDC ) (70%) and Norfund (30%), the cornerstone of our strategy is to be the trusted, reliable and committed partner of choice within the African IPP industry.
We will achieve this by adding significant MWs of new power generation over the next decade while positively contributing and impacting the communities in which we operate.
With the support and expertise of our staff operating out of our London head office, our regional offices in Nairobi, Cape Town, and Douala, and our 13 power plants located in Tanzania, South Africa, Côte d’Ivoire, Cameroon and Kenya, we currently generate more than 1,400 MW, and have another 2,000 MW in development.
Open Positions at Globeleq – internships and permanent positions
|Electrical Intern||Tanzania||Operations & Maintenance||Internship|
|Health Safety & Environmental Intern||Tanzania||Engineering||Internship|
|Supply Chain Intern||Tanzania||Business Operations||Internship|
|Public Relations Intern||Tanzania||Business Operations||Internship|
|Legal Intern||Tanzania||Business Operations||Internship|
|Accountant – Business Finance||Kenya||Finance||Permanent|
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