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ACCOUNTANT IN GHANA , Ghana

For immediate employment we are looking for an Accountant 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: Accountant“

- Minimum Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Finance,
- ICA-G or ACCA Qualified.
- Three or more years of experience in accounting position, preferable partly outside Ghana.
- Female candidates are (also) most welcome.

Character traits we would like to see
o Confident, multi-cultural oriented, love and diligence for precise numbers, excellent reporting with exact information in time.

Tasks
o Running our accounts department on the farm from entry of data until periodical reporting.
o Providing Management daily updated and reliable accounts information
o Assisting Management to control costs and to take prudent decisions in investments.
o Budgeting yearly and strategically the business of the company conservatively and safely.

Are you interested in becoming an Accountant in Ghana? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

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Expiring: Jun 09, 2019

Host Executive Lodge in Malawi , Malawi

Company profile:
This lodge is a stylish contemporary lodge from a unique blend of African designs, furniture, fabrics and personal collectables. The guest lodge has 10 varied collection of rooms, all en suite, and a restaurant for residents to dine. Each room is named after an African country, style or culture and decorated in that particular style. Tourists, business persons and transit visitors come to appreciate the tasteful and comfortable accommodation, warm hospitality and excellent collection of African arts and crafts

Job description:
- The Host is end responsible for the lodge. He / she will be living on the premises and is first point of contact for the guests. The host has main responsibilities:
- Deliver excellent customer service at all times, ensuring guests comfort and safety
- Deal with all enquires in a professional and courteous manner, in person, on the telephone or via e-mail
- Deal with customer complaints in a professional manner
- Prepare a weekly dinner menu together with the Kitchen staff. Train and monitor the kitchen staff about food , drinks and nutrition, serving standards and kitchen hygiene.
- Entertaining and hosting, reception, restaurant and the bar are main areas of attention.
- Also managing approximately 13 staff of gardeners, builders, receptionist, bar staff, cooks and cleaners is a continues task. Every day is different and the manager is challenged with another challenge every day.
- Checking the rooms on cleanliness on a daily base and check if all equipment is in order.

Main thing is to keep the customers satisfied whilst running all other work at the same time. A challenging job!

Requirements:
- Language: English and preferable other languages
- Experience: Hospitality, tourism, leadership skills, people manager
- Affinity with Food and willing to work together with the cooks to improve their knowledge of food and recipes.
- Others: Driver’s license

Profile:
Somebody that wants 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 and food allowance
- After 3 months USD 500 plus accommodation and food allowance
- 6 day workweek, 1 day off

Are you interested in becoming a Host Executive Lodge in Malawi? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

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Expiring: Jun 14, 2019

Country Director, Tanzania , Tanzania

Location: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Report to: Chief Program Officer

Language Requirement: Fluency in English

Travel: Frequent travel to Mtwara and possibly other regions within TZ

Qualified Tanzanian nationals are strongly encouraged to apply

International candidates must have existing rights to work in Tanzania


About myAgro
myAgro is an award-winning non-profit social enterprise based in West Africa. We have pioneered a mobile savings model that allows farmers to invest their own funds in high-quality seed, fertilizer, and agricultural training to increase their harvest and income by 50-100%. Our North Star is to help 1 million farmers increase their incomes by $1.50 per day by 2025 and lift themselves out of poverty. Learn more from myAgro’s founder and CEO here.

About this Role
myAgro is seeking seasoned but hands-on leaders to oversee the execution of myAgro’s long-term program strategy in Tanzania. Tanzania is an integral part of myAgro’s operations, and we have big plans for expansion and impact in the coming years: increasing our impact, reaching new geographic areas, innovating on our current models, and preparing myAgro to serve as a model for organizations reaching smallholder farmers around the globe. The Country Director - Tanzania will provide critical operational leadership to myAgro’s Tanzania program as we grow, ensuring our operations run smoothly and efficiently as we scale to reach tens of thousands more farmers in the coming years.

The Country Director - Tanzania is responsible for the administration of our core program (including developing key operational processes to increase efficiency during a period of rapid growth), as well as pilot development, program budgeting, M&E, management of the current 20-person team and growing the team to 100+, and more. As a member of myAgro’s Executive Team, s/he will also make critical contributions to myAgro’s long-term strategic direction. S/he will report to myAgro’s Chief Program Officer.

myAgro’s Tanzania program is an exciting expansion of myAgro’s original work in Mali and Senegal. The Tanzania program works through partnerships with Savings Group networks. The Tanzania program is also innovating on myAgro’s scratchcard layaway model by piloting a fully digital payments model leveraging Tanzania’s mobile money network. myAgro Tanzania’s pilot region and current 20-person team is based in Mtwara. myAgro anticipates establishing a Dar es Salaam based headquarters for its Tanzania operations in order to manage both partnerships in the southeast and northwest. The Country Director would be expected to spend significant time in Mtwara at the beginning of the role, and then frequent travel after orientation.

myAgro is a startup social enterprise with plans for rapid and substantial growth. The ideal Country Director candidate will have an outstanding track record managing complex projects and diverse teams, developing innovative programs, and serving in an organizational leadership capacity during a period of rapid scale or transition. The ideal candidate will also be comfortable working on a limited budget, will have a highly entrepreneurial mindset, and will be comfortable “getting their hands dirty” when required.

Responsibilities Include:
Key Goals for Next 2 Years for Tanzania
Scale – grow from 400+ farmer pilot to 20,000+ farmers in the next 2 years, including piloting and growing a 2nd Savings Group network partnership.

Impact – Work with sales and agriculture teams to sell packages that increase farmers’ income towards myAgro’s goal of $550 on average per farmer (this will increase farmer income by $1.50 per day to move them to middle income poverty levels.)

Sustainability – Increase financial sustainability of field program through improved systems, processes and efficient staffing ratios supported by excellent training and supervision.

Organizational capacity: Recruit, train, and invest in the professional development of strong Tanzanian leadership in all key departments.

Strategy and Sharing Vision
Determine key Tanzania goals and major strategic decisions with the Tanzania team, the Chief Program Officer, and executive team.
With myAgro senior leadership, develop program strategy, targets and milestones to achieve myAgro’s ambitious goals.

Develop tools, trainings, dashboards for sharing the strategy, goals, objectives with the Tanzania teams and regularly reinforce progress, remove bottlenecks and implement strategy.

Produce and present regular progress and management reports to myAgro’s Senior Management Team and Board of Directors.

Share and incorporate feedback from team in developing vision, communication process, etc.

Build partnerships with key stakeholders in East Africa and beyond.

Financial Health and Reporting
Lead budgeting and operational planning to ensure program goals are met cost effectively and on time.

With Finance Director, ensure monthly finance reports for operations are accurate and on-target.

Ensure compliance with national and local financial management standards, and ensure efficient annual audits are carried out.

Support decentralization of budgeting at the Project Assistant level.

Special Projects
Support fundraising efforts through reporting, hosting donor visits, contributing to grant proposals, participating or leading meetings with new donors as necessary

Oversee development and implementation of an HR performance management and incentive structure in-line with myAgro’s budget and HR laws in Tanzania (including forecasting and planning towards hiring to replace those nearing end of contracts).

Work with Policy team to develop or support a government strategy of sharing myAgro’s work, getting buy in and developing potential opportunities (on a case by case basis).

Develop pilots and manage M&E to continually improve myAgro’s model and impact.

Security and health oversight for team and general security for the office(s) and field staff.

Day-to-day Management
Manage current team of 20+ local staff and near-future team of 100+ to deliver a consistent, high quality program throughout the country.

Meet weekly with your direct reports to coach, guide and give feedback.

Go to the field weekly to observe activities in process. Anticipate spending several weeks at a time in Mtwara during key season periods. Anticipate significant time in northwest developing new partner pilot.

Develop a bar for quality execution through field and office leadership.

Manage your team’s workload and performance with regular reviews, evaluations, raises, promotions, probations, firings as needed.

Cultivate the values and culture of myAgro throughout the organization.

Required Experience:
English proficiency required

A minimum of 10 years professional work experience with at least 3 years in an organizational leadership role. Preferably your background is a mix of non-profit and corporate roles, with experience implementing projects in developing countries.

You’ve planned, managed and executed a large budget.

You’ve built effective relationships with external stakeholders from the private and/or public sector.

You’ve utilized KPIs, or similar metrics, to manage and direct an organization towards success.

You’ve managed staff and demonstrated strong facilitation and training skills.

Additionally, you should possess the following:
Passion for myAgro and our mission - the needs and realities of the farmers we serve are our top priority

Excellent interpersonal communication skills (both written and verbal)

Organized and an efficient work style – able to consistently exceed expectations when dealing with farmers, team members, partners and donors

Exceptional creative problem-solving skills - work effectively in a challenging and resource-constrained environment.

Comfortable making decisions in the face of ambiguity

Comfort in a fast-paced, high demand environment in a developing country

Flexibility, a sense of humor, an open mind, and a diligent work ethic are necessary for success

myAgro provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants without regard to race, colour, religion, sexual orientation, marital/parental status, national origin, age, disability, political opinion, social status, veteran status, and genetics. myAgro complies with all applicable federal, provincial and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.

Special job

Expiring: May 25, 2019

Country Director in Uganda , Uganda

The Opportunity

This is an exciting time for Plan International as we embark on a new strategy for 2017-2021. Our global strategy defines who we are, why we exist, the change we want to see in the world and how we will contribute to making change happen. It underpins everything we do, guiding all our work in all parts of the federation.

To achieve greater change in children’s lives we will dramatically transform how we operate and we need bold, forward-thinking and innovative individuals to steer our country operations, driving change and delivering results that will allow us to transform the lives of 100 million girls globally.

The role of Country Director is a truly influential position that comes with full accountability for Plan International’s operations and results. You will help to realise our vision by shaping and implementing Plan International’s strategy at a country level. Your talents as a leader and communicator will inspire Plan International employees and volunteers while engaging partners, government, local communities and our other stakeholders. And, on an operational level, you will bring a focused approach to key responsibilities such as risk management, income growth, the disbursement of project funds and the oversight of projects.

As Country Director you will lead a high performing team to deliver Plan International’s programme and influencing work, creating positive change for girls through advocacy and campaigns and ensuring that we are able to respond to the emergency and development needs of the most marginalised children.

You will drive transformative change, ensuring that the country operating model is fit for purpose, that we have the right funding mix to achieve our ambition and our organisational values are truly embedded.

With a demonstrable commitment to gender equality, you will lead by example in ensuring gender equality is evident in everything we do, working with your team to build a culture that ensures we are champions for girls and gender equality.

Plan International commenced operations in Uganda in 1992 and since has been supporting children, especially the most marginalised, to realise their full potential. With an increasing focus on the remote communities in the North, East and Central regions of the country, our work helps more than 400,000 children to access quality and inclusive education, protection from all forms of abuse, improving maternal and neonatal child health and supporting their transition to young adulthood.

At present Plan Uganda implements a portfolio of approximately 16.5 million Euros every year of which 75% is from grants from both bilateral and multilateral donors e.g. UNICEF, GAC, the Dutch, Norwegian, Japanese and Danish Governments, ECW and DFAT and 25% from sponsorship funding.

Plan International Uganda currently has programme operations in 3 of the 4 regions of the country with 9 field offices including a significant refugee response programme for the South Sudanese refugees entering Northern Uganda.

The Country Director is accountable for the management and leadership of a team of over 250 staff with a Country Leadership Team of seven, whom report directly to the Country Director.

As part of the broader organizational effort to transform Plan International Uganda to achieve greater impact, Plan Uganda will soon be going through a transformational change and strategy development process which will require the leadership of the Country Director and strong experience in change management.

Do you have what it takes?

As Country Director, you will be adept at developing people, building relationships, and creating a strong sense of purpose and collaboration for all those around you. You will bring genuine passion, determination, and fresh thinking to our work – with the aim of expanding both our reach and our impact, and making change work for millions of children.

Your deep understanding of child rights and gender in development and knowledge of the concepts of sustainable community development and of participatory approaches and practice in development and humanitarian interventions will be essential.

You will lead by example in ensuring gender equality is evident in everything we do from staffing, to programing and influencing, to ways of working. You will work with your team to bring about the right culture that ensures we are champions for girls and gender equality.

You will lead a motivated team, ensure legal compliance, and be ready and able to respond to emergency and development needs of the most marginalised children, especially girls.

You will have proven networking and negotiation skills with governmental and non-governmental actors including strong diplomatic and communication skills, including through mass-media in order to influence decision-makers and key stakeholders.

Appreciation of the historical, security context, political environment, economic, social/religious and humanitarian context in Uganda or a comparable environment.

Location: Kampala Uganda
Type of Role: 5 year full time contract
Reports to: Director North East Africa

Are you interested in becoming a Country Director in Uganda? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

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Expiring: Jul 07, 2019

Country Resource Mobilization Manager in Rwanda , Rwanda

Job Description
Heifer International is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identify, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.

The Institutional Business Development Country Resource Mobilization Manager (CRMM) will be based in Heifer International’s country office in Rwanda. S/he plays a central role in her/his country of assignment in defining resource mobilization strategies, identifying market opportunities, building relationships, strategically positioning Heifer with potential funders and partners, strengthening country office capacity for resource mobilization, and responding to funding opportunities, specifically institutional funders such as USAID and the EU. The CRMM will report to the Partnership and Business Development Manager located at the Institutional Business Development (IBD) office in Washington, DC. S/he will work closely with the Country Director (CD) and country team to effectively conduct market analysis on funding trends, gather business intelligence, identify and participate in responding to business opportunities in the country and in the region, as needed. S/he will be a member of country program management team of his/her assigned country. S/he will join existing and/or create new and relevant netwoks in-country to position Heifer for business partnerships. The CRMM, in coordination with the IBD team and the CD, will coordinate pre-bid, bid, and post-bid processes for the country of assignment. This, among others, will include relationship building, intelligence gathering, processing and sharing of key information in a timely manner; capture planning, initiating Go/NoGo decisions; identification and vetting of partners, drafting of pre/teaming agreements and writing sections of funding proposals as needed. S/he collaborates with other Heifer resource mobilization/fundraising teams, as needed, to identify and respond to specific institutional funders, foundations and corporate funding opportunities.

ESSENTIAL CHARACTER TRAITS:
Relationship builder, networker, strategic, organized, team player, communicator, proactive, detail-oriented

RESPONSIBILITIES & DELIVERABLES:

In collaboration with IBD and country teams, design a road map to set resource mobilization and partnership goals, that would guide the business development (BD)work for Heifer International in the country of Rwanda.
Deliverables:
• Facilitate the development of country specific resource mobilization strategy by bringing together the different stakeholders.
• Gather and analyze business intelligence (i.e. landscape analyses, POAM, etc.) to inform resource mobilization strategy.

Conduct market assessment and in-country funding priorities and trends, and update the IBD and country team on a regular basis.
Deliverables:
- Understanding of the key funders’ priorities for the country programs.
- Track changes and progress in implementing funders’ strategies, and alert supervisor.
- Create and update quarterly the landscape analysis and priority matrix for the country programs

Build, nurture and document relationships with institutional funders and potential host-country government departments in country and position Heifer for partnerships.
Deliverables:
- Identifying and prioritizing key funders and build solid relationships with them.
- Organize regular meetings, communications and updates on key HI program progress with funders in conjunction with the country office.
- Organize regular meetings with respective IBD manager to update on funder status and work.
- Identify and address potential business/relationship risks and address these in a timely manner

Assess, identify, cultivate, and manage relationships with existing and potential local and international partners leading to mutual business partnerships.
Deliverables:
- Identify potential local and international partners working in the country, conduct due diligence reports; prioritize and initiate partnership conversations.
- In close collaboration with the CD and IBD, facilitate/develop SOWs for teaming agreement and MOUs,
- Ensure all agreements – teaming agreements, confidentiality agreements and contracts - have followed a standard organizational process and appropriately done to protect Heifer’s interest.
- Foster relationships with a set of priority partners that can be available to join consortiums when an opportunity is identified.

Assist country office in producing appropriate marketing materials, e.g. capability statements, Past Performance Reports (PPRs), etc. for positioning and proposals.
Deliverables:
- In collaboration with IBD and Heifer’s communication team, draft country specific capacity statements, , success stories,and other marketing materials as needed as well as PPRs for active proposals.

Coordinate and contribute to the design, writing, review and approval of project proposals and concept papers for submission to funders.
Deliverables:
- Facilitate country-level ‘best fit’ analysis before responding to a business opportunity.
- Prepare intake forms and contribute ideas to Go/No Go decisions.
- Advise on decisions on the best partner organizations (prime or sub); and participate in negotiating pre-teaming and teaming agreements with partners, as directed by the respective IBD manager.
- Work with the field team to obtain technical information and evidence needed for responding to opportunities.
- Form country response team, and lead the country effort in writing the initial project ideas/draft concept/proposal.
- Work with country response teams to draft a timeline for proposal development (i.e. Action Plan) and ensure all members are kept to a schedule.

In collaboration with other resource mobilization colleagues, design and deliver business development training and capacity building workshops and mentoring services to country office and other Heifer staff, as needed.
Deliverables:
- Assess country office business development capacity and propose strategies for filling gaps.
- Raise awareness and understanding among staff of funders’ interests, strategies and procurement mechanisms on a regular basis.
- Take part and contribute to trainings and the IBD Global Meeting, as needed.

Continually track, measure, evaluate and report achievement of country Resource Mobilization goals, shared value, with a focus on recommending and incorporating improvements as appropriate.
Deliverables:
- Regularly update regional manager at IBD and CD on resource mobilization progress.
- Liaise with Heifer’s Resource Mobilization teams at Heifer headquarters (HQ).

Regularly track opportunities in country and report back to other team members.
Deliverables:
- Proactively look out for local opportunities and share with other team members.
- Attend events, workshops, and conferences in-country to ensure that new and potential opportunities are monitored and tracked.

Perform other duties as assigned.

Required Skills

Most Critical Proficiencies:
- Experience in living and working in Africa.
- Demonstrated success leading proposal teams for United States Agency for International Development (USAID), European Union (EU), and other bi-lateral and multilateral agencies.
- Experience managing complex, multi-partner proposals.
- Exceptional program design, writing, and editing skills.
- Ability to meet deadlines and produce high-quality work under pressure.
- Willingness and ability to travel domestically, regionally and internationally for assignments including travel to Heifer Headquarter’s (HQ) and other offices.
- Ability to communicate effectively with internal colleagues and external clients.
- Strong leadership, teamwork, coaching and communication skills.
- Strong, proven team-building and change/transition management skills.
- Proficiency in MS Office.

Essential Job Functions and Physical Demands:
- Ability to establish priorities in a time-sensitive environment and meet deadlines.
- Ability to prepare documents in a well-designed and attractive format with superior attention to detail.
- Lifting and carrying of up to 25 pounds (11 kilograms) floor-to-waist if able.
- May require constant sitting; working at a computer for extended periods.
- Committed to learn Heifer’s values-based holistic community development model, Theory of Change, Cornerstones, and other Heifer established systems.
- Demonstrate a high degree of honesty and integrity.
- Excellent organizational skills with the ability to adapt to conflicting deadlines and priorities.
- Ability to work independently or with a team and perform multiple tasks with occasional interruptions.
- Willingness and ability to work outside of normal business hours to accommodate clients in different time zones.
- Ability to work with sensitive information and to maintain confidentiality.

Required Experience

Minimum Requirements:
- Bachelor’s degree plus five (5) years of job-related experience in Rwanda or the region.
- Fluent in English (fluency in other languages is a plus).

Preferred Requirements:
- Master’s degree in business development or international development or a related field.
- Minimum two (2) or more years living and working in Rwanda or the region.

Job Location: Kigali, Kigali, Rwanda
Position Type: Full-Time/Regular
Job Level: Manager

Are you interested in becoming a Country Resource Mobilization Manager in Rwanda? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

Note: This is a job advertisement, applications will be forwarded to the employer for selection. JobnetAfrica believes all applicants should get feedback, good or bad, but are not further involved in the recruitment for this particular vacancy.

Expiring: Jul 06, 2019

Finance Manager in Ghana , Ghana

Experience required:

Must
• Chartered Accountant with 6-10 years' post qualification experience
• Strong knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS 15 for construction companies)
• Has experience of independent charge of accounts & finance function
• Has managed a team size of 3-4 members
• Good spoken and written communication skills & interpersonal skills

Preferred
• 2-3 years’ working experience in West Africa would be of advantage
• Familiar with local tax regulations
• Worked in construction/mining industry
• Big 4 background
• Handling banking relationships
• Experience in ERP implementation

The candidate will be responsible for:
• Heads and monitors day to day finance operations for the region
• Works towards improving policies and procedures to ensure adequate control environment is in place
• Works along the Operations Head to manage project costing
• Ensures group reporting is done to the Head Office regularly
• Interacts with statutory auditors and ensures timely closure of local annual audits.
• Mentors & guides the accounting / finance team
• Ensures compliance with local regulations.
• Assist the Group Manager – Taxes, to prepare a detailed tax planning document for the region.
• Assists the Financial Controller / CFO from time to time on any finance department related matters.
• Ensures smooth implementation of ERP system.

Reporting to: President Africa & CFO
Minimum qualifications: Chartered Accountant
Position based in: Ghana

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

Expiring: Jul 04, 2019

Food Operations Manager in Ghana , Ghana

Our clients’ mission is to move smalholder farming families from poverty to prosperity. Your role as Operations Manager B2B is to coordinate and manage all activities along the B2B value chain. You must be proactive at problem solving and come up with creative solutions to obstacles that arise. These will always require critical thinking skills and often considerable emotional intelligence (obstacles are often people related.) You will be accountable for all systems along the B2B value chain in Ghana and will need to ensure they’re always functioning smoothly and seek ways to improve them whenever possible.
This is a unique opportunity to be a key driver in growing a dynamic business into a world leader in a rapidly growing industry, while creating sustainable impact in the form of jobs and income to smallholder farmers.

Primary Responsibilities
● Supply Chain
○ Monitor all supply chain activities in Ghana, from farm to factory to port.
○ Coordinate with the head of the Business Unit to ensure that the production accurately reflects the order pipeline
○ Develop relationships with reliable external leaf suppliers to expand supply chain while ensuring quality and consistency
● Production and Processing
○ Support the design of a new factory
○ Measure and track operational performance using KPIs
○ Supervise and support department heads to ensure consistent production growth
○ Collaborate with team to solve problems
○ Set quarterly targets with team and hold management accountable for reaching targets
● Quality Assurance
○ Ensure best practices are being implemented and followed
○ Responsible for all product meeting internal and external quality standards
● Logistics
○ Research and coordinate procurement activities as needed
○ Oversee logistics team for in-country and international exports
● Strategy
○ Relentlessly work to identify opportunities to improve profitability of business
○ Capable of understanding complex problems and articulating clear steps forward
○ Ability to learn quickly and make data-driven decision
○ Create and improve systems as needed in order to streamline operations
● General
○ Lead the 100+ people engaged as employees or farmers along the B2B value chain
○ Serve in any capacity needed to ensure the success of this business unit

Your Profile

You will likely fulfill many, though not all, of the following requirements.
● 3-5 years in a leadership role in a relevant industry with responsibilities and competencies including:
○ Food processing
○ Quality Assurance
○ Logistics
● Graduate degree is preferred, in one of the following:
○ Management with a focus in manufacturing
○ Food Technology
○ Food Sciences
○ Operation Management
○ Supply Chain Management
○ Other degree similar to above
● 2+ years managing multiple direct reports, with hiring and firing experience
● Excellent organizational skills w/ an ability build and supervise functional, efficient, and relevant systems
● Effective communicator both in person and remotely (using different manner of communication technologies)
● Ability to adapt quickly to new technologies
● Exhibit company values (passion, integrity, excellence) professionally and personally

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

Expiring: Jul 04, 2019

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