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Our teams include a mix of experienced international consultants and highly talented locally-hired staff. Our success depends on being able to attract good people and provide them with high quality professional development.
At Acasus we look for people who are excited to be part of a team at the forefront of the global challenge to improve the life of millions. Join Acasus and be part of a growing team with worldwide impact!
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Acasus is on the ground in more than ten countries across four continents.

Together we have experience in over 80 countries, speak more than 15 languages, and are recognised as a global leader in improving the health and education of millions.

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We are seeking individuals who posses the following key qualities:
Excellent problem-solving skills
Passion, drive and motivation
Genuine interest in social issues
Excitement to join our team
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