Manpower, the company that owns the military, is recruiting to assist in the fight against the Ebola outbreak in South Africa.
In a news release posted Tuesday, Manpower said the company is looking for a total of 20 candidates to fill positions across its various operations.
The company has more than 2,200 personnel in 19 states and territories in South America.
The company said it is seeking people who are:Brief, ambitious, and driven to excel.
These are qualities that we believe will help our operations in every region of the world.
The company is hiring for positions in the following geographic areas:Manpower has been on a hiring spree since the outbreak started in West Africa and has made major hires throughout the region.
In July, it announced the hiring of a chief financial officer and a head of finance to bolster the organization’s resources and capacity.
Last month, ManPower announced that it was hiring two more people, including its chief marketing officer, to help the company ramp up efforts to combat the outbreak.