IBM Tunisia has recruited six young Tunisians for an international training course of 6 months, after which they will be assigned to technical or sales positions within the multinational.
The six new recruits come from large Tunisian schools and were selected in accordance with qualifications and based on the recruitment process of IBM, aimed at attracting the best talents in the program.
In addition to their prestigious degrees and brilliant results, candidates were chosen for their interpersonal skills and language and their ability to learn and adapt.
After an intensive training period of six months around the various businesses and products from IBM, the recruits will be integrated within the various services and continue their learning with hands-on instruction, and with coaching from a mentor assigned.
This action fits into the framework of the Africa Graduate Program for Tunisia, Morocco, Kenya, Nigeria, Angola, Tanzania and Uganda, and aims to build a local skills base of young graduates with high potential to form future leaders in the multinational.
"We firmly believe that this type of project can only succeed by leveraging local resources.
Their intimate knowledge of the economic environment of their countries enables them to fully succeed in their missions and excel in their fields, "said on this occasion, Tarek Zarg El Aioun, CEO of IBM Tunisia and General Manager of IBM North & West Africa.
Since 2011, IBM Tunisia has been providing coverage and support operations for IBM North Africa and West Africa (excluding Morocco), and Tunisian teams cover this broad territory for the trade and technical operations of the firm.