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17th June 2024

The MIC invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for the post of Support Officer.


The Candidate should hold:

  1. Cambridge Higher School Certificate; and
  2. At least a Diploma in Legal Studies/ Accounting/ Investment/ Finance/ Management/ Economics from a recognised university or an equivalent qualification acceptable to the MIC.


  • Provide support in a designated Section of the MIC in the delivery of his/her functions.
  • Prepare, scrutinize and process documents.
  • Oversee general office correspondence and documents according to competencies and maintain files, forms, reports and other materials.
  • Retrieve, sort and process e-mails and prepare materials and draft/send replies to correspondence.
  • Carry out basic research on matters pertaining to MIC Office.
  • Perform such related duties as may be assigned.


The candidate should:

  • possess good interpersonal and communication skills, both written and spoken
  • have the ability to learn and work in a multi-disciplinary team
  • be proactive and committed to continuous learning
  • have a positive attitude towards work
  • be computer literate
  • be able to work under pressure.


Applications, along with an updated curriculum vitae, a motivation letter and a photocopy of all supporting documents for the post (National Identity Card, academic and certified professional certificates, evidence of any experience claimed) may be submitted on OR in a sealed envelope, along with copies of the above-mentioned documents, together with the job reference clearly marked on the top left hand corner of the envelope, addressed to:

Mauritius Investment Corporation Ltd,

Level 5, The Docks 2, United Docks Business Park,

Caudan, Port Louis.

The deadline for the submission of applications by Monday, 1st July 2024 at 15hrs00 latest.


  • Applications received after the closing date will not be considered.
  • Incomplete, inadequate or inaccurate applications may cause an applicant’s elimination. It is an offence to give information which is false or to conceal any relevant information. This will lead to an application being rejected or, if a candidate has already been appointed, to the termination of his/her appointment.
  • Only the best qualified candidates will be called for interview and they may be required to undergo any selection process, which may be applicable for the position.
  • Recruitment by the MIC is made solely on the basis of qualifications and merit. Recruitment is not made against reward of any kind. Applicants must therefore guard themselves against any person who promises employment against reward, financial or otherwise, and report the case immediately to the nearest Police Station.
  • Any person who directly or indirectly by himself or by other person and in any manner, influences or attempts to influence any decision of the interview panel or that of the MIC or its Board shall commit an offence and shall be automatically disqualified from the recruitment process and may be liable to criminal prosecution.
  • The Institution reserves the right not to make any appointment following this advertisement without any obligation to give any reason to the candidate(s) of the grounds of its actions.
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