Base Station Controller, Sierra Leone
“Telecoms is a great sector in which to put my engineering background into practice. The smooth functioning of our mobile network requires the careful operation of millions of individual pieces of high-tech equipment. Africell’s network is also what allows our subscribers to stay connected to friends and loved ones. This makes the role of being an engineer at Africell both challenging and rewarding because if we fail, the system fails, and customers lose out.”
Head of Corporate Sales, DRC
Africell enjoys relationships with many types of customer, including both individual consumers and entire organisations. As head of corporate sales in DRC, I engage directly with companies and organisations that have a need for reliable, affordable and high-quality telecommunications services at scale. Working with corporate customers and designing a commercial strategy for that specific segment of the market requires a unique skillset, and I have had the opportunity to build a grow and team of excellent sales professionals.
Corporate Affairs Director, Gambia
“As a significant corporate player in the countries in which operate, people are naturally interested in what Africell is doing and what our plans are. PR, communications and marketing are extremely important functions in the company because they allow us to express ourselves and convey important messages to our most important audiences including the general public, of course, but also including governments, investors, and media. Africell takes pride in doing business transparently and communicating well is key to that.”
Finance & Strategy Associate, UK
“The industry we operate in has the potential to deliver positive social impact on a large scale. This defines the culture at Africell. We want to provide customers a better range of high-quality products at affordable prices, and we want to do so in a way that creates long-term social and economic benefits for the communities we work in. Working in the strategy team, I have hands-on involvement in shaping our approach.”