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THE PATHMOS ADVANTAGE

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Passion & Trust

A global strategy consulting firm with a rich functional expertise to solve critical business problems in Africa.


CAREERS

Begin your career with us! 
Are you looking for a career that is challenging and full of opportunities?  

PATHMOS Consulting is always looking for highly motivated and talented individuals with an entrepreneurial spirit and global mindset to join our team!

PATHMOS is a growing organization with a dynamic, entrepreneurial culture. Our firm is dedicated to creating a challenging, yet fun, work environment that offers meaningful participation on a variety of engagements. Our innovative and team-oriented approach allows us to deliver highly specialized and forward thinking solutions to clients in the sub Saharan region of Africa.

By launching your career at PATHMOS, you'll have a unique opportunity to work across a range of specialized industries, and connect with a global network of entrepreneurs and business experts from around the world.

PATHMOS Consulting currently does not have any open positions, however check back for updates and openings.

PATHMOS Consulting is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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