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RESPONSABLE ADMINISTRATIF ET FINANCIER , Cameroon

Le Poste :
Commissionnaire de transport et transitaire, spécialiste du fret aérien, maritime et de la logistique, Centrimex s'est développée tant en France qu'à l'Etranger.
L'Afrique de l'Ouest est notre levier de développement, et nous avons su faire face aux nouveaux enjeux de la Supply Chain internationale en accompagnant les importateurs africains auprès de leurs fournisseurs, partout dans le monde.

Dans le cadre du développement de notre agence COLIMEX CAMEROUN, à Douala, nous créons un poste alliant les fonctions de recouvrement, d’administratif et de financier au sens plus large, à travers l’accompagnement de notre Responsable d’agence.
Aux côtés de 8 collaborateurs (Une responsable d’agence, des commerciaux, des assistants admin., finances et commerce).

Missions :

Gestion administrative et financière de l’agence, relais auprès du siège social, véritable bras droit de la responsable de l’agence

Votre mission principale consiste à mener des opérations de recouvrement chez les clients.

- Organisation et réalisation des relances financières agence
- Relance quotidienne sur le recouvrement financier
- Gestion des litiges financiers clients
- Veiller au respect des procédures administratives, financières et commerciales
- Gestion administrative du personnel en collaboration avec le service RH au siège
- Gestion des relations avec le cabinet comptable externe
- Proposer des améliorations de procédures et de supports
- Management des équipes sur l’administratif et le financier
- Organisation des conf call avec le siège/ Compte rendu quotidien et hebdomadaire
- Atteinte d’objectif financier Mensuel
- Garant des bonnes relations avec les diverses administrations
- Management des diverses opérations administratives

Requis:
Expérience dans le recouvrement et minimum 2 années dans la gestion administrative d’un centre de profit
Sensibilité commerciale et rigueur/méthode + proactivité
Maîtrise de la langue anglaise souhaitée.

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Expiring: Apr 22, 2019
BUYER, MANAGER OR MANAGEMENT COUPLE IN TANZANIA , Tanzania

Speke Bay Lodge in Tanzania is looking for a manager, manager couple or buyer.

After 25 years, the two owners of Speke Bay Lodge in Tanzania want to retire from the daily running of the lodge. They are looking at various options, including a full or partial sale, go along with or merge into a chain of lodges, or find a manager or manager couple, where in the longer term there may also be ownership / co-ownership.

The lodge has 10 rooms and 12 hotel-staff members divided over service, kitchen and housekeeping. In maintenance, garden and security there are another 12 employees.

For a manager, experience in the food and beverage sector and/or a finalized hotel study is preferred, with the emphasis on restaurant/kitchen and guest-relations. The manager has to add quality in service, food and presentation. The lodge has expansion plans and the manager has to be creative with a lot of initiative and dedication.

The manager is working together with (one of) the owners in a well-organized, well-maintained and safe environment with experienced staff.

The lodge is situated in a beautiful but remote area. The remoteness requires a self-starting and stable personality who can keep him/herself entertained and finds fulfillment in the job, hobby's and the things nature and the outdoors has to offer.

Starting salary with all costs paid is $ 600 with a trial-period of 3 months. After that the salary can be raised depending on capabilities of the manager.
Benefits included: Accommodation, Food and Drinks

For job applications and sales-info please contact info@spekebay.com or visit www.spekebay.com.

Sales-advert: http://www.viviun.com/AD-262772/

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Expiring: Apr 18, 2019
MANAGING DIRECTOR VEGETABLE SEED PRODUCTION , Tanzania

Are you our new Managing Director with a production focus?
Can you help to manage and expand our growing production activity in Tanzania? If so, apply for this vacancy for Managing Director Vegetable Seed Production in Tanzania.

Our two subsidiaries in Tanzania are led by a board of four Managing Directors who are jointly responsible for the entire operation in Tanzania. The two subsidiaries, Q-Sem and Afrisem, consist of a total of 320 employees. Each Managing Director has his own field of attention in breeding, sales, production or finance/HR. The candidate we are looking for will be focusing on the production activities.
Within this role you are responsible for the organization and functioning of production activities at both stations. Together with the station manager and the team leaders you take care of a high quality seed production in Tanzania and breeding support for the breeding programs in Europe. The Managing Director Production works together with many departments and colleagues, such as the Quality Assurance Department, Station Manager(s) and Maintenance and Repair teams to ensure high quality seed productions are carried out. As a Managing Director Production your focus is on the optimization of several processes and you take care of a high quality result. You have an important people oriented role. You will provide purpose, direction, and motivation for your team.
As Managing Director Production it is important to have a broad interest in all aspects of managing a company including fostering the Rijk Zwaan company culture and the public image of the company.

We are seeking a Managing Director Vegetable Seed Production with:
- An academic degree (Masters) in the field of horticulture and knowledge of growing vegetables
- At least 10 years relevant experience
- Proven and adequate horticultural experience
- People oriented leadership skills
- Positive thinking and attitude
- You are fluent in English. Knowledge of Swahili and/or Dutch is an advantage.

You are a good leader and organizer with an international outlook. You have an active and practical approach. You are persistent and you like to solve problems. You are able to think and act independently. You are a team player and you think in long-term processes. You maintain a good balance between the long-term goals and short term demands. You have an open personality, good communication skills, you are trustworthy and sensitive to good advice.

Interested?
Hagoort & Partners is coordinating the search for candidates for this procedure. Patrick Westerburger is the contactperson. You can send your reaction to pwesterburger@hagoort.com. For more information you can reach him on +31 (0)20 3011020.
Also see our vacancy on our website; https://www.rijkzwaancareers.com/careers/managing-director-vegetable-seed-production

Rijk Zwaan: your new employer?
Rijk Zwaan is an international family company with a people-oriented culture. Rijk Zwaan is right at the start of the food chain. We develop vegetable varieties and sell the seeds produced from them globally. We have a long-term focus, which is why we offer our employees a permanent contract as soon as they join us.
From our strategic position we contribute to the health and well-being of people all over the world. Everything we do is about growth. The growth of natural products that we export around the world. The growth of our company, which currently employs around 3,000 people in more than 30 countries. And above all the growth of our people: we give you every opportunity to use your own initiative and achieve your full potential. Working with colleagues to produce the best and tastiest vegetables. Reinforcing, helping and inspiring one another. That’s how we want to continuously work together towards a healthy future.

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Expiring: Apr 14, 2019
JUNIOR MANAGERS IN GHANA , Ghana

We are looking for immediate employment two dynamic Junior Managers for our pineapple plantation in Ghana.

The Milani company runs since 25 years a plantation in Ghana. Pineapple for fresh export is the main produce.
The mother firm of the Milani group of companies is located in Zurich and in charge for the sales and marketing of the export products.

Working place: Central Region, Volta Region, Ghana

1. Position: Junior Manager Operations
- BSC Degree in science (agronomy, biology, maths, environmental science or others)
- Experience and skills in all matters related to technical matters
- Tasks
o Leading the operations or part of it in the field from cultivation to export
o Leading production teams up to 60 staff members

2. Position: Junior Manager Administration
- BSC Degree in Management, Finance/Accounting or HR
- Experience and skills in administration and management of middle-sized enterprises
- Africa-related experience and kind of love for this continent
- Negotiating skills
- Tasks
o According to skills and experience, in charge of accounting, purchase, administrative tasks of the plantation.

Are you interested in becoming a Junior Manager in Ghana? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

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Expiring: Apr 07, 2019
Country Director, Republic of Congo , Republic of the Congo (Congo-Brazzaville)

Reports to: WCS Regional Director, Central Africa Program
Location: Brazzaville, Republic of Congo
Country Program/Sector: Republic of Congo
Expected travel: Approximately 20%, including travel to field sites within Congo and donor/technical meetings outside the country.
Start date: 1 July, 2019
Position Type: Global Conservation Program - Fulltime

Republic of Congo – Program Overview:
The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) has been assisting the Government of Republic of Congo (ROC) to manage its wildlife and habitats in national parks, reserves, and managed forests for almost 30 years. It has become one of the largest field programs in WCS’s global portfolio in terms of operating budget, number of staff and extent of its field conservation portfolio. The program is focused on a number of core conservation sites around the country, including the Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park (governed under a 25-year Public-Private-Partnership between WCS and the Government), the Lac Télé Community Reserve and a substantial area of intervening forest managed under timber certification. The WCS ROC program also has an emerging marine conservation program and is engaged in substantial policy support work.
WCS is seeking a dynamic and experienced individual to lead its work in the country.

Job Summary
The Country Director is responsible for the overall implementation of WCS's activities in ROC. This includes the development of program strategic priorities, communication and coordination with the government and other partners inside and outside the country; and recruitment and oversight of staff to implement these strategic priorities. The ROC Program is managed within WCS’s Central Africa Regional Program.
Major Responsibilities:
• Lead the WCS ROC program in consultation with the Regional Director for Central Africa and the Africa Program team based in New York.
• Act as legal representative of WCS in ROC, working in consultation with the Regional Director and with the WCS Office of General Counsel.
• Lead and manage all WCS staff and activities in ROC, including recruitment, evaluation and career development.
• Fundraise from public and private sources for the ROC Program, in consultation with the Central Africa Regional Program, and working with the Africa Program team, Program Development and Global Resources departments in the WCS New York office.
• Prepare and implement annual country workplans and budgets and approve project workplans and budgets.
• Represent the ROC Program to donors, media, the Government of Congo, and other internal and external stakeholders.
• Collaborate with other global WCS initiatives including but not limited to the WCS Marine Program, Wildlife Health Program and the Conservation Solutions team.

Minimum Requirements:
• Successful experience developing, managing, and overseeing the implementation of field conservation programs, with at least ten years' field experience in Africa.
• MSc or PhD in conservation, ecology, or related discipline preferred
• Proven fundraising experience for conservation from public and private sources
• Demonstrated capacity in the oversight of large operational budgets
• Demonstrate leadership and personnel management capacity in a multi-cultural work environment
• A track-record of success in conservation strategy, implementation, and fundraising
• Ability to work under difficult conditions and in security sensitive area
• Strong commitment to achievement of WCS’s conservation mission.
• English and French language proficiency required

Application process:
Interested candidates, who meet the above requirements, should apply by emailing a detailed application/cover letter and CV together with the names and contact information of three references to: africaapplications@wcs.org . Please include “ROC Country Director” in the subject line of your email. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews. If you have any queries related to this position please contact: africaapplications@wcs.org

In addition, please note that all candidates must also apply online via the WCS career portal at: http://www.wcs.org/about-us/careers.

Application Deadline: 30th April 2019

About WCS
The Wildlife Conservation Society is an international NGO headquartered at Bronx Zoo in New York City working to save wildlife and wild lands and to meet global challenges in over 50 countries in Africa, Asia, the Americas and the world’s oceans. The Africa Program is the largest of WCS’s field programs, with approximately 1,100 staff in 12 country programs focused across four major regions (Central Africa, Sudano-Sahel, East and Southern Africa, and Madagascar and Western Indian Ocean).
Our MISSION is to save wildlife and wild places worldwide through science, conservation action, education and inspiring people to value nature. Our VISION is a world where wildlife thrives in healthy lands and seas valued by societies that embrace and benefit from the diversity and integrity of life on earth. Our GOAL is to conserve the world’s largest wild places in 16 priority regions, home to more than 50% of the world’s biodiversity. Our VALUES are Respect, Accountability and Transparency, Innovation, Diversity and Inclusion, Collaboration, Integrity.
WCS provides equal employment opportunities for all qualified candidates. WCS does not discriminate for employment based on age, color, disability, gender identify, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by laws and regulations.

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Expiring: Apr 30, 2019
Communications and Fundraising Manager in Zambia , Zambia

Organisation:
Project Luangwa (PL) is a small organisation helping communities living close to the South Luangwa National Park gain benefits from the local tourism through supporting education, creating training opportunities, supporting women and promoting gender equality. The organisation is registered with the UK Charities Commission, Reg. № 1119335, as a Charitable Trust in Zambia, Reg. № CI 1027, and a non-profit charity № 501(C)3 in the USA.

Job Description:
Project Luangwa is seeking a dedicated and experienced individual to work as part of a small team based in Mfuwe, close to the South Luangwa National Park in the Eastern Province of Zambia. As Communications Manager you will be the primary focal point for incoming communications; be responsible for public relations, marketing, fundraising and reporting; meeting visiting donors in person and be the point of contact for our supporting safari lodges.

Roles and Responsibilities:

The main duties and responsibilities of the Communications Manager will be:

Working with member lodges
• Manage a good working and informative relationship with supporting Member Lodges and ensure that their staff are familiar with Project Luangwa’s past achievements, current projects and future plans.
• Meet potential and visiting existing donors and sponsors at lodges
• Write and design informative material and ensure that this is available in lodge rooms/reception etc.

Donors and Fundraising
• Find new donors; write suitable and donor specific funding proposals which will include researching international data and local information.
• Meet potential or past donors when they are visiting the area; explain knowledgably, potential projects, local circumstances and culture; accompany donors to see ‘their’ project and explain its history, progress and possible future need.
• Keep Dropbox up to date with project specific and general images, video, audio and documents for use by fundraisers, donors and the press.
• Organise fundraising campaigns. Seek foreign fundraisers to organize campaigns abroad. Supply them with suitable material.

Marketing
• Write and illustrate, with high quality images, a monthly/quarterly newsletter.
• Social Media: post regularly on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube etc
• Responsible for creating and maintaining a new website and promotional videos.

Public Relations
• Establish and maintain media relationships locally and internationally.
• Maintain regular communications with Zambian Government departments at local and national levels.

Reporting
• Write an annual and monthly internal and external reports.
• Establish a donor database containing donor details, reporting requirements, history and contact history.

Requirements:
• Excellent spoken and written English
• Experience with international donor relations and fundraising/proposal writing
• An ability to take good quality photographic images
• Knowledge and ability to use Microsoft Office products
• Clean Driving License
• Completed University Degree or Diploma or relevant experience in a similar role.

Preferred candidates would ideally have:
• Experience in Africa or a similar environment
• A working knowledge of Adobe InDesign and Photoshop or similar products

Personal Characteristics:
• Have a flexible and proactive approach; be adaptable and willing to take on new challenges; be independent, yet able to work as a team; be able use your own initiative; be able to deal with people at all levels from village to Government Ministerial level as well as international donors; be creative

How to Apply:
All applications must be in English. Applicants are invited to send their cv of no more than three pages, a letter of application and the contact details of three professional referees to: jobs@projectluangwa.org

Are you interested in becoming a Communications and Fundraising Manager in Zambia? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

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Expiring: May 03, 2019
Assistent Safari Manager in Malawi , Malawi

COMPANY DESCRIPTION:
Kiboko Limited is the head department to Kiboko Safaris and all Kiboko accommodation subsidiaries. Kiboko Ltd was established 20 years ago and is still growing. At our head office, we have a workshop which includes a maintenance team and a garage. The workshop works hand in hand with our safari planning department and general management.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
We are looking for an assistant safari manager who is responsible for the daily running of our safaris in Malawi and Zambia. As assistant manager you know how to work in a young and enthusiastic team. You will work together with other managers (Expat/ Malawian) to the needs of the company and customers. Daily tasks are: Shopping, budgeting, advertisement, people management and quality control

QUALIFICATIONS:
- good with social media
- Eager to learn
- peoples manager
- Language: English and preferable other languages
- Experience: Hospitality, tourism, leadership skills
- Able to work under pressure
- Others: Driver’s license

PROFILE:
Somebody that want to work in a different environment with a lot of patience - good communication skills – authority – a lot of energy and willing to make long days.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
- First 3 months USD 200 plus accommodation in Lilongwe, area 47
- After 3 months USD 500 plus accommodation in Lilongwe, area 47
- 5,5 day workweek, 1.5 day off
- Start date: asap

Are you interested in becoming a assistant safari Manager in Malawi? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

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Expiring: May 02, 2019

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