The government of Cameroon has launched the recruitment of 100 translators and translator-interpreters into the public service.
The recruitment exercise was launched by the Minister of Public Service and Administrative Reforms Joseph LE who signed an order on December 30 to launch a direct competitive entrance.
The recruitment follows a decree signed by the Head of State on November 30 announcing the recruitment of 500 translators into the public service, in line with the recommendations of the Major National Dialogue.
The presidential decree specified that the Prime Minister, head of government and the Minister of the Public Service and Administrative Reform are responsible with the implementation of the text.
The next batch of translators and translator-interpreters will be recruited progressively in the following years until the 500 quota is reached.