Handy-Deed campaign to recruit commercial divers in Cape Town - South Africa, early this month failed to attract any suitable candidate, according to Mount Vema News, the official news agency of the Kingdom of Mount Vema.
Handy-Deed is a company registered with the Kingdom of Mount Vema, listed in the Mount Vema Stock Exchange. The company is one of the main contractor handling most of the key City of Mount Vema development projects.
The company planned to recruit about twenty commercial divers this year to work below surface using scuba gear to inspect, repair, remove, and install equipment and structures. The divers will also conduct tests, experiments, film and photograph structures of the different sites of the sea mount and the marine life for the libraries of the Kingdom of Mount Vema and the world for better management of the marine environment.
The recruitment, was mainly an online campaign to attract Commercial Divers in Cape Town - South Africa, due to the country’s proximity to the Kingdom of Mount Vema. The plans according to Handy-Deed officials was to recruit in Namibia which is closer to Mount Vema in comparison to South Africa, but the company later decided to advertise in Cape Town as it expected to find more candidates there.
The recruitment set-back could delay other projects that are dependent on the successful operations of Handy-Deed, so His Mount Vema Majesty’s Government Department responsible for territorial management announced today that it plans to fund a program to train more commercial divers this year to tackle the shortage of divers in the Mount Vema’s overseas jobs market.