Assistant General Manager , Tanzania

andBeyond Ngorongoro Crater Lodge is one of the &Beyond flagship properties in East Africa. The ideal candidate/s should be innovative people, who are driven by team work, positive solution focussed and development of people. They should be charasmatic with a passion for hospitality. Ideally we are looking for candidates with a strong knowledge of international hospitality standards and best practice. Furthermore they should be strong in working in a multi-cultural environment, and enjoy staff motivation and development. As it is a big lodge, based in the Ngorongoro Highlands, a good knowledge of maintenance is important. Conservation and sustainable development are a core element to Ngorongoro Crater Lodge and the ethos of the business. The ideal candidate/s would have a passion and interest in this area of work.

• Day to Day Management of the three Camps that comprise the Lodge.
• Working with both front of house teams – Camp Managers, Butlers, Housekeepers, Chefs and Back of House – Maintenance, Laundry and Workshop teams
• Support General Managers in financial management – with a focus on budget creation and management
• Assist with strategic relationships with the National Parks Authorities, Agents, Staff, Unions, Neighbours & Communities
• Assist in working with Regional Fleet & R&M Managers on developing and implementing projects maintenance and vehicle management plans
• Ensure implementation and project management of Ngorongoro Crater Lodge annual strategy

• Overall responsibility for implementing service and hospitality training plan at lodge, including
• Oversee and develop guest experiences
• Work with General Manager and Executive chef to ensure menu and food are aligned to lodge quality standards and food budgets are being met and monitored

• Work with General Manager in driving community development projects in conjunction with the Africa Foundation
• Work with Sustainability Manager on developing and implementing projects in conjunction with the company’s sustainability & Conservation strategy.
• Get involved and assist with &Beyond life activities, Staff delights, motivation

• At least 3 years Management Experience in a 5 star operation

USD3,000-4,000 Gross
Benefits – Accomodation, Moving Allowance, Medical Allowance, Travel Allowance

International and National Candidates welcome to apply

Expiring: 03 Nov 2016
Senior Research Analyst , Egypt

IDC, the leading global IT and telecoms market research and advisory firm, is seeking a Senior Research Analyst to support research activities for its expanding IT hardware research and consulting business in Middle East and Africa. The position is located in Cairo, Egypt at IDC Egypt.

• Market research of technologies in the enterprise domains including servers, storage, converged systems, cloud and other related areas
• Conduct primary and secondary market research and data collection for countries in the Middle East & Africa region
• Analyze data using market sizing and forecast analytical tools
• Serve as the primary point of contact in the vendor, channel and end-user community across the region
• Contribute to consulting engagements involving custom market sizing, analysis of new markets, technology strategies, market moving recommendations etc.
• Presenting at IDC honorariums, vendor events, conferences and summits
• Conducting technology workshops and vendor briefings on a regular basis
• Play a support role in business development by building and maintaining industry relationships and assisting in sales efforts.

• University degree is required; Master’s degree preferred
• 3-4 years minimum experience within market and/or equity research in the IT field; or research, marketing or sales at an IT provider or vendor
• Excellent written and spoken English, Arabic
• Excellent presentation skills
• Industry-specific knowledge (enterprise hardware industry) a plus
• Knowledge of the Middle East and Africa markets

A candidate has to be able to demonstrate:
• An understanding of the IT industry, in particular enterprise hardware technologies
• Passion for number crunching and data analysis
• Willingness to travel to other Middle East countries for research
• An ability to discuss and analyze technical issues
• Ability to work independently and collaboratively
• Excellent writing and presentation skills
• Good interview skills, and solid phone interview skills
• Proficiency with Excel and other Office software packages

Expiring: 05 Dec 2016
Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor , Somalia

Mercy Corps has been implementing a 5 year USAID-funded program Somali Youth Leaders Initiative (SYLI)) aimed at providing fair and equitable secondary education services for at least 20,000 Somali youth through classroom construction and rehabilitation, teacher training, capacity building of education officials and improved community engagement in education management. SYLI currently support secondary education programs in the three zones- Somaliland, Puntland and South Central Somalia,

The program supports 50 secondary school communities with school infrastructure improvements, construction and rehabilitation of classrooms, latrines, water points, other essential school facilities and provide school furniture in Phase 2. In order to strengthen community participation and ownership, Mercy Corps in collaboration with MoE trains CECs of target schools in overall school management including the development, implementation and monitoring of schools programs and mobilization and management of resources for the schools. Furthermore, the program trains teachers to improve quality of teaching and learning in target schools. With regards to youth programming, the program promotes literacy, numeracy and life skills for youths who miss of formal education though Non- Formal Education (NFE). Additionally, the program support youth civic engagement activities intended to increase youth positive engagement and contribution to development of the society.

The M&E Advisor will provide technical support to the SYLI M&E and program team to improve program quality and timely monitoring and evaluation of program performance. The primary goal of this position would be to ensure SYLI improves on the quality of technical reports and sustained ability to effectively track indicators and monitor its program activities as well as developing the ability for dissemination and sharing of best practice and lessons learned to improve program data management and quality. S/he will further provide support to SYLI M&E team to track and report on key program indicators and build their capacity to effectively monitor and track progress, identify gaps and deliver quality reports as the programs approaches its close out.
The M&E Advisor will work closely with SYLI Program management, especially M&E team to develop and /or review existing monitoring tools, train program staff on the use of these tools and ensure frequent capturing of program data/information using the developed or revised tools. In coordination with program team, s/he will ensure timely submission of high quality reports- Weekly, Quarterly and Annually.


Technical Advisory
In collaboration with the M&E Team and Program Managers, the M&E Advisor will;
Contribute to program design to ensure adherence to Mercy Corps’ standards, including the use of standardized indicators and documentation methodologies
Redesign, revise and/or improve on the various assessment tools, program monitoring tools and data collection tools and procedures to track performance indicators
Identify the gaps in the existing system and redesign/review tools for key outcome and impact indicators and targets for each program/project component and for each level of the objective hierarchy;
Track SYLI indicators and fill in the gaps in the current indicator tracking and reporting
Review, set up and maintain an M&E system for the program to determine a better outputs, outcome, impact and lessons learned;
Support the field team to conduct regular field monitoring visits to assess progress on the ground and promote compliance by project impact and deliverables;
Review the weekly SITREP and improve the reporting procedure to make it more effective in capturing timely and quality activity reports.
Improve the quality of consolidated SYLI technical reports in accordance with approved reporting formats. Ensure the report captures the key data of result areas.
Assist in writing, reviewing/editing the completeness and accuracy of narrative success and impact stories for donors and other stakeholders.
Assist in the recruitment of competent programs SYLI M&E staff and organize the team to perform M&E activities.
Address shortfalls in monitoring, evaluation and information management that affect the SYLI program implementation.
Work closely with the M&E team and other program specialists (Civic Engagement, Gender, Teacher Training and Communication) to ensure program achievement of key result areas are continuously captured and reports generated timely and properly disseminated internally and externally.
Coordinate with the M&E Specialist and team to promote organizational learning on M&E systems to improve program quality and sustainability;
Support the development of terms of reference and tools for surveys, research evaluations, and Special Studies in order to monitor programs results and strategic developments.
Build capacity of M&E team, program staff and local partners on M&E tools, data management, data analysis, basic surveying and sampling techniques, report writing techniques and requirements for Mercy Corps/USAID.

Provide Oversight and Management of Data and Information Systems
Design and/or review relevant program/ project databases and data management systems as per the requirements of the program management;
Support M&E and program team to provide accurate, timely and analytical data for donor technical reports (Quarterly and Annual).
Support the M&E team to accurately analyze data and make recommendations to improve program effectiveness and efficiency.

Internal and External Coordination
Strengthen linkages with other internal resources, including the Digital Library, Hub, and Clearspace, to enhance organizational learning where relevant to DM&E.
Coordinate with Mercy Corps’ HQ-based and regional Technical Support Unit (TSU) to guide process of ex-ante, ex-post and midterm evaluation, from the design, implementation and documentation phases.
Participate in M&E-related working groups and maintain close working relationships with DM&E counterparts in other relevant international NGOs, and local NGOs and associations in Somalia.

Identify, build and manage collaborative partnerships with consortium partners, sub-grantees, donors, local governments and other stakeholders.
Communicate effectively to ensure overall project targets and donor obligations are met.

Organizational Learning: As part of our commitment to organizational learning and in support of our understanding that learning organizations are more effective, efficient and relevant to the communities they serve - we expect all team members to commit 5% of their time to learning activities that benefit Mercy Corps as well as themselves.

Accountability to Beneficiaries: Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts towards accountability, specifically to our beneficiaries and to international standards guiding international relief and development work, while actively engaging beneficiary communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects.


REPORTS DIRECTLY TO: Chief of Party (COP) with direct linkage to Deputy Country Director (Programs)
WORKS DIRECTLY WITH: COP, DCOP, Infrastructure Manager, Program Managers, Program Specialist and M&E Team

Required Qualification and Skills

The Advisor shall meet the following requirements:
Master’s degree or equivalent in social science, statistics, or data base management preferred;
5+ years field technical M&E experience in international relief and development in Africa;
Experience in setting up and managing M&E systems and designing or evaluating multiple sectors including education programs, youth civic engagement, and peace building etc.;
Demonstrated ability to write donor quality technical reports.
Demonstrated understanding of complex emergencies, related security concerns, and appropriate responses, with experience in Somalia strongly preferred;
Effective verbal and written communication, organizational, prioritization and MS Office applications;
Demonstrated attention to detail, ability to follow procedures, meet deadlines and work independently and cooperatively with team members;
Knowledge of Mercy Corps, USAID systems and procedures /desirable an added advantage.

The successful candidate will have an ability to interact effectively with international and national personnel both in a technical advisory and training capacity and will also have an ability to support programmatic objectives with timely and meaningful information. A demonstrated ability to multi-task, meet deadlines and process information in support of changing program activities is essential, as is an impeccable, professional standard of M&E and reporting and a willingness and ability to ensure compliance with Mercy Corps and donor policies and procedures. The M&E Manager must be willing to travel regularly to the program sites.

The M&E Manager will be based in Mogadishu, with travel to Somaliland, Puntland, Galmudug and Nairobi on a 70/30 basis and support SYLI programs activities throughout the country. This is an unaccompanied post in a highly insecure environment. This position is eligible for Mercy Corps Somalia Hardship and R&R benefit.

Mercy Corps Team members represent the agency both during and outside of work hours when deployed in a field posting or on a visit/TDY to a field posting. Team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner and respect local laws, customs and MC's policies, procedures, and values at all times and in all in-country venues.

Expiring: 05 Dec 2016
Gender and Youth Advisor , Congo (Democratic Republic of the Congo)

Mercy Corps has been operating in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) since 2007, with a staff of approximately 250 people in North and South Kivu. We support vulnerable communities, while fostering strong relationships and partnerships across government, civil society and the private sector to deliver programs that build resilience and promote sustainable change. Our current activities focus on the provision of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) services in camps for internally displaced people, and large-scale WASH infrastructure and service delivery in urban centers. Mercy Corps also has food security, economic recovery/development and governance programs, with an increasing shift towards transitional and integrated development programming. The DRC team has a strong commitment to providing entrepreneurial and innovative solutions to development challenges, and actively seeks and facilitates market-based solutions.


Mercy Corps is recruiting a Gender and Youth Advisor for a proposed USAID-funded Development Food Assistance Project (DFAP) to be implemented in Eastern DRC. This proposed five-year project will improve food and nutrition security and economic well-being of vulnerable populations through outcomes focused on agriculture, natural resources, livelihoods, health, nutrition, WASH and governance. The Gender and Youth Advisor will be responsible for leading the implementation of gender and youth integration strategies aimed at ensuring that project activities result in positive outcomes for male and female participants of different age groups. S/he will have overall responsibility for building team members’ and partners’ capacity to integrate a gender and youth perspective into project activities, and raising awareness of the importance of gender and youth integration. The Gender and Youth Advisor will work closely with sector team leads to ensure the effective and timely execution of activities related to gender and age-based access to opportunities. During the first year of the program, in alignment with Mercy Corps’ best practices and USAID requirements, the Gender and Youth Advisor will conduct a gender analysis to inform and guide program implementation and to ensure that men, women, girls and boys have equitable opportunities to engage in and benefit from program activities.


Strategy and Vision
• Organize and conduct the donor-required gender analysis during the first year of the project and serve as the lead for any program-related youth assessments.
• Work closely with DFAP Managers in integrating the findings from the gender/youth assessment into the project’s work plan and milestones.
• Conduct gender-based violence risk analysis and incorporate findings into program implementation plan.
• Develop gender and youth integration strategies, oversee the implementation of these strategies and adapt and improve them as needed.
• Coordinate closely, work with and support managers and partners to promote gender/youth integration.
• Work closely with the relevant team members to develop strategies for encouraging youth participation and leadership in agriculture and community decision making.
• Work closely with the M&E team on gender/youth integration and analysis tools. Also with the M&E team, ensure sex and age disaggregated and gender-sensitive data is collected and analyzed. Make recommendations based on assessment findings and regular monitoring to inform program strategies to better meet the needs of the project participants.
• Contribute to any research conducted in the program to ensure gender and youth dynamics are fully represented.
• Work closely with Human Resources team to ensure gender accountability is incorporated into the position descriptions of team members.

Team Leadership and Management
• Demonstrate flexibility, resilience and ability to maintain positive relationships and composure.
• Maintain high ethical standards and treat people with respect and dignity.
• Demonstrate an awareness of his/her own strengths and development needs.

Representation and External Coordination
• Develop relationships and linkages with organizations implementing other donor-funded programs focused on gender and youth in eastern DRC.
• Conduct regular community consultations to ensure programming remains gender and youth sensitive and on-track.
• Collect and share learnings and best practices from this program with actors and in the Mercy Corps world.
• Identify, build and manage collaborative partnerships with consortium partners, donor, local governments and other stakeholders.
• Communicate effectively to ensure overall project targets and donor obligations are met.

Capacity Building
• Develop targeted gender and youth capacity building interventions to promote integration with project staff.
• Support project team in the development and delivery of training and capacity building on key gender and youth topics to project participants.

Organizational Learning: As part of our commitment to organizational learning and in support of our understanding that learning organizations are more effective, efficient and relevant to the communities they serve - we expect all team members to commit 5% of their time to learning activities that benefit Mercy Corps as well as themselves.

Accountability to Beneficiaries: Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts towards accountability, specifically to our beneficiaries and to international standards guiding international relief and development work, while actively engaging beneficiary communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY: 1-2 gender/youth support officers


REPORTS DIRECTLY TO: Deputy Chief of Party

WORKS DIRECTLY WITH: DFAP component leads, Social and Behavior Change Manager, Monitoring & Evaluation Manager, DFAP field teams, technical support unit, partner organizations

• MA/S or equivalent experience in international development, political science, women’s studies, economics, sociology or other relevant field.
• 5-7 years’ experience in gender and youth development work including experience developing and conducting gender training, gender/youth mainstreaming and engaging in gender advocacy.
• Demonstrated capacity to lead the collection, analysis and utilization of information from a broad range of sources to ensure effective integration of gender and youth concerns throughout the project’s duration.
• In-depth understanding of gender, age and other socio-cultural factors in the context of food security programming.
• Ability to foster commitment and build capacity among project staff and in-country actors around gender and youth integration.
• Experience in DRC or other sub-Saharan African countries strongly preferred
• Fluency in French and English proficiency required.
• Strong public speaking skills required.
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office.


The successful candidate will have excellent team and interpersonal relationship skills, with demonstrated ability to work effectively in complex environments. S/he will combine strong communication skills, creativity, initiative, participatory leadership and tactful decisiveness to assist in program implementation. Multi­tasking, prioritizing, problem solving and simultaneous attention to detail and strategic vision are essential. S/he must have the confidence and humility to work effectively with a diverse group of people – as well as be sensitive to political and cultural nuance. S/he must ­ be able to consistently apply excellent judgment to a variety of demanding and fast-­changing situations while working as part of a team and coordinate with program personnel.


The position will be based in Bukavu, DRC and will require travel throughout South Kivu. While conditions in the country are improving, and security is quite stable in Bukavu, there are still pockets of violence and insecurity and petty crime is present. Mercy Corps' suboffices experience variable levels of insecurity, with the situation closely monitored by UN peacekeepers. Years of conflict and corruption have badly damaged the country's infrastructure. Air travel is necessary to get from one end of the country to the other. Mobile phones and cellular service are widely available. Internet is limited, but available in all Mercy Corps offices. Travel to field sites will be required where living conditions are clean and secure, but basic. There are a number of health services available with several evacuation options for serious illnesses. There is reasonable access to most consumer goods, although they can be expensive.

Mercy Corps Team members represent the agency both during and outside of work hours when deployed in a field posting or on a visit/TDY to a field posting. Team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner and respect local laws, customs and MC's policies, procedures, and values at all times and in all in-country venues.

Expiring: 05 Dec 2016
Team Leader (for Vuna) , South Africa

About Adam Smith International (ASI)
ASI is an award-winning professional services business that delivers real impact, value and lasting change through projects supporting economic growth and government reform internationally. Our reputation as a global leader has been built on the positive results our projects have achieved in many of the world’s most challenging environments.

About Vuna
Vuna (http://vuna-africa.com/) is a DFID funded programme implemented by ASI, which is helping farmers in East and Southern Africa battle the impacts of climate change. Vuna, meaning harvest in many dialects of the region, exists to transform the agriculture sector so smallholder farmers are able to improve their livelihoods in the face of current and future climate shocks. Our programme is strengthening the ‘climate smart agriculture’ (CSA) evidence-base, piloting ways to strengthen the links between farmers and private companies in agricultural value chains, and improving the conditions which enable successful farming. Vuna will set the foundations for a regional approach, connecting countries to build the climate resilience of farmers and improve food security for both rural and urban communities. The programme began in April 2015 and is now in full implementation.

Objective of the role:
The Team Leader sets the strategy for the programme, provides overall technical direction and leadership, and is responsible for key aspects of the governance of the Vuna programme.


• Developing and articulating a clear strategic direction and vision for the entire programme, and for effectively communicating that to the team, DFID, and to other stakeholders;
• Setting a strategic framework, to operationalise that vision, including resource allocation, programme priorities, and investment decisions.
• Ensuring that the Senior Management Team of the Programme has clear direction and effective leadership;
• Reviewing the direction, vision, and framework in the light of changing opportunities, challenges, and circumstances and subsequently agreeing those changes with DFID; and ensuring that any modifications are communicated and implemented effectively.

• Management of all direct reports in respect of their technical responsibilities and workloads, including:
o Identification of capacity gaps within the team structure;
o Participation in the identification and selection of additional staff members if and when required; with final decision on candidates’ technical suitability for the role recruited for.
• Providing inputs into decisions regarding – but not having lead responsibility for - programme management, including operations, contractual and administrative matters, to ensure that technical delivery is effectively supported;
• Providing inputs into decisions regarding – but not having lead responsibility for - financial management including budgeting for fees and expenses, financial control (including of grants) and financial reporting to ASI and to DFID.

Representation and stakeholder engagement
• Representing the programme at relevant conferences, workshops and other events and ensuring a suitable profile for the programme;
• Leading engagement with key stakeholders, such as relevant national governments, the client (DFID), regional bodies, other donors

Quality Assurance
• Approval of all Project Plans to ensure that such plans are clear, specific and comprehensive, that they effectively address the objectives of the programme;
• Overall quality assurance of all technical content in all deliverables.

• The Team Leader is responsible for the technical content of all submissions and engagement.

• Demonstrable experience gained working in the Agricultural Sector in Southern and Eastern Africa together with a strong understanding of how Agricultural practices will be affected by climate change;
• The successful candidate will have excellent leadership skills and significant experience in delivering complex donor programmes in Africa, including leading large and geographically dispersed delivery teams;
• Exceptional communication skills with proven ability to engage at a senior level with government counterparts and to produce high quality written reports; and
• Previous experience working with DFID would be highly desirable.

To apply, please send your CV (no more than 4 pages) and a detailed cover letter outlining how you best match the criteria for this role.

Deadline for Applications: 18th November 2016

Start Date: February 2017

Expiring: 04 Dec 2016
Senior Energy Economist , South Africa

Situated in the business hub of Johannesburg, our office is located across from Melrose Arch – “the place to see and be seen”. Right off the main arterial highway through our office provides secure parking, however we are also close to Gautrain bus station for those on public transport.
With around 350 staff our office is home to various disciplines including transmission and distribution, environment, social, health and education. This diverse mix of sectors has led to involvement in a range of projects including:
- engineering for the Lesotho Highland Project Phase 2
- environmental and social impact assessments for numerous infrastructure developments across Africa
- HIV/AIDS behaviour change programmes in South Africa

Our Johannesburg office has a very active and dynamic Young Professional Excellence (YPE) network, linking young professionals with each other globally. We also have an active social club who arrange office get togethers while also encouraging others to share their passions outside of the office.

Mott MacDonald is a £1.2 billion management, engineering and development consultancy with 16,000 staff and a global reach spanning six continents. Our network of 180 principal offices in 140 countries gives us local market insight backed by world class expertise to deliver excellence for every client.

Job Description
Based within the economics team within the Power business, the senior consultant will be expected to manage and contribute to projects involving a range of economic and financial issues on energy matters in a global arena.

You will be involved in projects which will include the following roles:

- Generation Planning
- Integrated Resource Planning (IRP)
- Techno-Financial optimisation of generation and transmission capital projects
- Master Planning
- Report preparation and presentation to clients
- Tender preparation based on Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and Requests for Expressions of Interest (RFIs)
- Business development
- Undertaking training
- Having an appreciation of the roles of fellow professionals on other projects and interfacing and coordinating with them appropriately
- Interfacing with clients, suppliers and contractors

The work will involve predominantly quantitative analysis (using simple spreadsheet models, more complex models and proprietary software) and techno-economic analysis mainly in the electricity sector, especially the generation and Transmission sectors, but also likely to involve market and regulatory insight.

The role involves working potentially on multiple projects / proposals, both within teams and on a lone basis.
Since the work is often of a techno-economic nature there is a requirement to familiarise oneself with and take an interest in the technical aspects of the electricity/generation market.
There will be a requirement to travel for business (often beyond Europe) on an occasional basis, typically for short periods.
Supervision and support will be provided by the chief economist and other financial resources in the company.

Candidate Specification

The successful candidate will have:
- Masters in economics (or related field with a quantitative emphasis) and experience in economics or closely related discipline in the area of energy markets
- High level of IT literacy and numeracy skills
- Experience of working as a consultant and assignments overseas will be an advantage
- Experience of advising clients on large scale power transactions
- A strong track record in modelling and quantitative analysis is essential
- Particularly relevant experience in this area includes electricity market/dispatch modelling, least cost expansion studies, demand forecasting, use of Monte Carlo simulation and statistical packages, optimisation principles, Integrated Resource Planning (IRP), generation planning, tariff analysis
- Good report writing and public presentation skills
- Ability to produce clear and logical written communication
- A willingness to travel internationally for short periods
- Ability to be adaptable and able to work both independently and as part of a team
- A keen interest in contributing to business development including writing proposals and making occasional pitches
- Have a systematic logical approach to problem solving
- Pay strong attention to detail and demonstrate accurate work
- Flexible approach to work, and ability to prioritise and manage time effectively to meet deadlines and client needs
- Highly motivated to learn on the job, interface with clients, as well as undertake training

Expiring: 03 Dec 2016
Hotel Manager , Ghana

A recently finished designed hotel on a hill top overlooking Accra called Peduase Valley Resort (www.peduasevalleyresort.co) is currently seeking a Hotel Manager to handle the below tasks:

1. Performs the role of “Standard Bearer”, ensuring that each criteria in Peduase Valley Resort’s then-current Basics are communicated, understood, achieved and maintained by hotel staff.
2. Performs each criteria as contained in Peduase Valley Resort’s “General Manager’s Standard of Performance” handbook in a satisfactory manner.
3. Creates an operating environment that assures consistent guest satisfaction.
4. Monitors the performance of the hotel through verification and analysis of guest satisfaction systems and financial reports. Initiates corrective action.
5. Maintains product and service quality standards by conducting ongoing evaluations and investigating complaints. Initiates corrective action.
6. Develops accurate and aggressive long and short-range financial objectives consistent with the Company's mission statement.
7. Establishes and maintains a pro-active human resource function to ensure employee motivation, training and development, wage and benefits administration, and compliance with established labor regulations.
8. Maintains an appropriate level of community public affairs involvement.
9. Executes marketing, sales, and operational activities, producing results that meet or exceed the hotel’s business plan.
10. Ensures good safety practices of employees and guests, assisting in the maintenance of proper emergency and security procedures.
11. Establishes and maintains applicable preventive maintenance programs to protect the physical assets of the hotel.
12. Implements and maintains effective open-door communication system that crosses departmental lines in order to reach all employees.
13. Understands the government regulations affecting hotel’s operations, ensuring hotel is operated in compliance with all applicable laws, ordinances, regulations, and requirements of any federal, state or municipal authority.
14. Deals with the general public, customers, employees, union and government officials with tact and courtesy.
15. Plans and organizes the work of others.
The description and size of the hotel is mentioned here below:

1. 38 rooms, Indoor restaurant with capacity of 150 people
2. Indoor Bar / lounge
3. Outdoor, pool side restaurant, Outdoor Bar / lounge
4. Small Kids playground
5. 2 x Board Rooms: capacity 12 people each
6. 1 x conference hall: capacity 60 people
7. Banquet hall: capacity 150 people
8. Basket Ball / Tennis playground
9. Landscaping area
10. Gym

Kindly note this is an expatriate package, all salary details will be disclosed to interested candidates.

Expiring: 02 Dec 2016