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Making a decision regarding your career is one of the biggest investments that you'll ever make. At Warid, you can be sure that this investment is worthwhile as you'll have both the range of opportunities and an inclusive corporate environment which will help you to develop into a well-groomed professional.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
This is a Project Based Internship Program which will have learner-centered, problem solving approaches. You will have the opportunity to work within a project of a specific division of your interest, whereby using your skills and potential in enhancing the value of the project and the business as a whole. Our Project Based Internship Program offers a six weeks placement with Warid which will give you an unprecedented insight into the world of Telecommunication. It's a great way to find out where your personal interests and motivations lie, and indeed whether or not Warid is the firm for you.
Within the project's domain, you will be required to perform various tasks which will enable you to better understand the workings of the project and come up with different strategies or problem solving techniques. These may also include attending various meetings involving the senior management while taking down the minutes of the meeting; going through and performing some operational procedures and related activities; using your critical and analytical skills in data interpretation and report generation among others.
Benefits and Gains
The benefit of being a part of this program is not only to experience a corporate environment
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At Warid Telecom, we consider our employees to be our most valuable resource. Therefore, we strive to provide them with an environment of trust and compassion that encourages teamwork and harmony, enabling us to affectively achieve organizational goals. Our organizational culture is characterized by a set of morals and values that we strongly adhere to. These values are based on the following principles
- Our commitment to excellence exceeds defined standards.
- We are ambitious while setting our goals and we firmly believe in taking ownership of the tasks entrusted to us.
- We take pride in our determination to succeed and are fuelled by our desire to continuously improve the way we do business.
- We believe in focusing our concentrated energy on ourselves, our people, our customers, our organization and our community, giving way to a brighter existence.
- We believe in being at our best, demonstrating maximum due diligence in all our negotiations.
- Integrity and trust form the backbone of all our activities.
- Our actions are ethical and credible; we ensure transparency and fairness in all our dealings.
- We are respectful in our interactions with others and maintain highest moral standards even in the most difficult of situations.
- Our commitment to honesty is also evident in our appreciation and welcoming attitude towards candid feedback.
- We remain truthful with ourselves, our people, our organization, our customers and our community in all of our dealings.
- We grab opportunities by their horns, daring to go down new roads; challenging accepted wisdom.
- We stand up for what we believe in; we do not cower in the face of resistance. We make decisions that are right and we stand by them even if they are unpopular.
- We challenge the status quo to move humanity forward and are willing to sacrifice all to gain more.
- We have the audacity to look for alternate perspectives and adjusting our sails accordingly.
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