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Office locations in Nigeria and Ghana
At TSL, we share one purpose: to reshape the transport and logistics industry in Sub Saharan Africa, with talented and passionate employees who are determined to take on the challenge. So whether you are just starting out in your career or looking to take that next step, our organisation creates the platform where you can go as far and as fast as your ambition and ability can take you.
We are aware that to attract and retain the best people, we must offer them more. More ways to take advantage of the opportunities, more room to succeed and grow, and more directions in which to pursue their careers.
We have a vast range of roles, disciplines, functions and international partnerships to satisfy the most imaginative and determined minds. And as our business evolves, new possibilities arise. Here you can become a business leader, working on real life projects and building specialist knowledge and expertise.
Freedom to act
Our success depends on our ability to innovate and consistently meet our customers’ needs; so we do everything we can to ensure that enterprising people have the freedom to act. We give them all the support and encouragement they need. At the same time, we empower them to make tough decisions, implement new ideas and use their initiative
Leadership is everyone's responsibility
Leadership can take many different forms. It could be leading teams in a department or during a project. It could mean using your expertise in a key subject area. It could involve thought leadership or simply supporting a team member to succeed. It’s about getting things done in a way that others will admire and follow.
“Working at TSL has been very rewarding. The entrepreneurial spirit that permeates the organization constantly challenges my colleagues and I to go the extra mile and constantly strive for excellence in all we do. The Leadership of TSL always work to ensure that my personal goal find expression within the goals of the organization. The growth that I have seen in just five years is inspiring, and I am proud as a Nigerian for what this indigenous organization has accomplished in a very short time.
Adepoju Ogunniyi, Senior Manager, Business Transformation / Office of the Future
Tips for Applying
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