CIIC excited to be a part of Careers Day

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The Cook Islands Investment Corporation (CIIC) is very proud to be showcasing what the company does and the career opportunities that CIIC can offer at tomorrow’s Careers Day event being held at the National Auditorium.

The CIIC Group, comprises of various entities and State-Owned Enterprises (including the Cook Islands Government Property Corporation, Airport Authority, Avaroa Cable Limited, Bank of the Cook Islands, CIIC Seabed Resources Ltd, Ports Authority, Te Aponga Uira, Te Mana Uira o Araura Ltd and To Tatou Vai Ltd). The company has opportunities in Project management, Architecture, Engineering, Quantity Surveying and Property and Facility Management, Office Administration and Accounting to name a few.

The recent CIIC strategic planning session was attended by two senior Tereora College students Sharleen Akaruru and Mario Robati.

 “An amazing and interesting experience” was how Sharleen Akaruru described the day. Her highlight was the discussions on the cultural side of things, including our reo. She noted it was quite involved and shared her observation of how some of CIIC’s projects impacted on her and her peers.

“The Tereora College Project and the Nukutere College rebuild could only be described as positive initiatives and demonstrated the Government’s commitment for caring for the youth and the future of young Cook Islanders” commented Sharleen. 

Mario Robati remarked that the strategy day had “broadened his view of the world and Cook Islands society. I did not appreciate until today the CIIC group and its assets and the huge impact that they have on our country and society”.

“It’s this kind of interaction CIIC needs to build on, forming relationships with our tamariki, promoting the career paths CIIC can offer, and inspiring future leaders is what we hope to achieve by taking part in this event” said CIIC chief executive, Allan Jensen.

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