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Team Leader in Kenya , Kenya

GFA Consulting Group, a leading European consulting company, is preparing a project proposal for Health Insurance Programme in Kenya.

Job Opportunity: Team Leader and advisor in Health Financing
Project Title: Health Financing, Health Insurance project
Funding agency: KfW (German Development Bank)
Project Status: tender
Period of Project: Starting Q1 in 2018, running time 18 months
Duty Station: Nairobi, Kenya and travels in the field

Project Description:
The objective of the program is to contribute to establishing equitable access to affordable, quality health care and strengthening the National Health Insurance System through improved access to health insurance for the informal sector.

The Target group are households with informal employment, low, irregular incomes and without health insurance cover in the target counties.

The Project will be implemented in up to 10 counties, which will be selected on the basis of an open call for proposals. The process of the county selection is implemented by a Tender Committee comprising of the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) and the Ministry of Health (MoH), supported by the consultant to be selected. The consultant will specifically support the MoH in organizing the submission of the call for proposals to the counties and the evaluation of results.

Job Description
• Overall responsibility for project steering and management of technical assistance team
• Act as focal point for MoH, NHIF and Counties on all technical and managerial aspects of implementation / Facilitate steady communication and exchange with all stakeholders related to technical aspects of implementation; participate in planning meetings
• Quarterly progress reporting
• Support to the selection process of the Counties participating in the Project
• Development of the MoUs with the Counties in consultation with MoH & NHIF
• Development of implementation options and detailed design & implementation concept to cover low income informal sector households in the selected counties with a health protection scheme
• Develop project management framework and continuous monitoring and evaluation of the project implementation
• Support for drafting and signing of Memoranda of Understanding with the selected Counties in the program, specifying tasks and responsibilities, especially financial contributions from Counties to the health protection scheme
• Support NHIF in defining the mix of contributions to the premiums, reimbursement procedures, contracts with accredited providers, and all required information campaigns ready for implementation
• Supervise baseline survey (incl. ICT) to be conducted at the beginning of the assignment
• Ensure strengthening NHIF’s capacities (data management, actuarial, strategic purchasing of health services)
• Ensure support / enhancement of existing IT systems and infrastructure.

Qualifications:
The senior expert, experienced Team Leader we are looking for, will have
• Post-graduate degree in either health economics, social science, project management, actuarial science, finance or related field
• Demonstrated working experience regarding the health system in Kenya or regional countries (regional countries = countries of Sub Saharan Africa)
• Excellent interpersonal skills required for high level engagement with ministries, departments and agencies, development partners and other stakeholders
• Good writing and presentation skills, and ability to communicate effectively to diverse audiences
• Proven experience with the implementation of similar projects (e.g. health financing, UHC, health insurance) and the administration of large budgets.

ASSETS:
• Familiarity with the Kenyan healthcare system in general, and the National Hospital Insurance Fund and/or the Ministry of Health specifically
• Familiarity with KfW project implementation including the management of large disposition funds

Are you interested in becoming a Team Leader in Kenya? 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.

Special job

Expiring: Sep 25, 2017
Country Director in CAR , Central African Republic

JOB TITLE : Country Director – CAR
GROUP: International – Country Programmes
TEAM: West & Central Africa
LOCATION: Bangui
RESPONSIBLE TO: Deputy Geographical Head

PART 1 – JOB DESCRIPTION
JOB OVERVIEW
The Country Director (CD) is responsible for leading, managing, representing and setting the overall direction of Tearfund's strategy, partnerships and programmes in Central African Republic. Based in-country, the CD must ensure that the country strategy implementation is in line with Tearfund's vision, outcomes, policies and procedures. As the most senior representative for Tearfund in the country, the CD is responsible for high level representation to the government, donors and the UN and for coordination with other NGOs and UN agencies. The CD has overall responsibility for security management and health and safety for Tearfund staff within the country.

POSITION IN ORGANISATION
▪ Reports to the Deputy Geographical Head of Region in Teddington, UK
▪ Direct Reports: Line manages a small number of deputies and senior managers with responsibility for partnerships, programmes and operations, according to country requirements. In the absence of Deputies, the CD manages the senior staff responsible for these functions.
▪ May line manage a Security Advisor/Manager.
▪ Manages Tearfund’s country office and oversees the Senior Management Team.
▪ Liaises closely with the Programme Funding, International Finance & Logistics, Global HR, Advocacy & Media Group, Integral Mission Group and LIAS Teams in UK, in conjunction with the Deputy Geographical Head of Region.
▪ Dotted line to the Geographical Head of Region
▪ Represents and advocates on behalf of Tearfund and partners with external networks, governmental bodies, denominations and donors on related country issues.

ORGANIZATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
● The post holder will, at all times, carry out their responsibilities with the utmost respect for the protection of children and vulnerable adults in accordance with Tearfund’s Safeguarding Policy.
● The post holder will be expected to behave in accordance with Tearfund’s Personal Conduct Policy.
● The post holder will be expected to lead or participate in spiritual sessions of prayer, staff retreats and biblical reflection within the Team
● To be committed to Tearfund’s Missions, Values and Beliefs statement.
● To be committed to actively working and living in accordance with Tearfund’s Christian beliefs.
● Responsible for maintaining your own spiritual development and providing support and encouragement to staff and colleagues in line with biblical principles.

SCOPE OF THE JOB
● Strategic Oversight
● Partnerships, Programmes and Operations Management
● Team Management
● Policy & Systems Implementation
● Networking and Representation

DIMENSIONS AND LIMITS OF AUTHORITY
Has responsibility to facilitate all aspects of Tearfund’s involvement in the country including:
● Acts as Tearfund’s in-country representative.
● Works with Deputies in-country to identify the partner portfolio and the scale and scope of operations required for implementing the country strategy and annual plans.
● In conjunction with the Deputy Geographical Head and Programme Funding Team negotiates and manages institutional funding for the country strategy.
● In conjunction with Global HR responsible for recruitment, development and performance management of staff.
● Manages organisational risk in the country within the agreed corporate risk strategy.
● Acts as Tearfund’s overall security co-ordinator for the country, managing Security Officers or Security Advisor/Manager, and responsible for health and safety of staff.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

4.1. PROGRAMME STRATEGY
● Responsible for the design, delivery and periodic review of Tearfund's strategy for the country in collaboration with the Deputy Geographical Head.
● Manage the in-country strategic planning process and ensure input from partners, national and international project staff contributes to shaping the overall strategy and identifying new areas for focus and growth.
● Responsible for the development and delivery of annual implementation plans for the country strategy.
● Ensure formulation and currency of country level disaster preparedness plans, risk reduction approaches and ensure timely response to new emergencies which are in keeping with the overall strategy.
● Ensure Tearfund’s vision, values, and the country strategy objectives are communicated amongst partners and staff to foster mutual understanding and ownership.
● Monitor and act upon emerging socio-economic and political developments and emerging humanitarian situations in the country.
● Ensure Tearfund Quality Standards are contextualised and prioritised at the country level and that non negotiable requirements are consistently applied.
● Ensure coordination between the country strategy and Tearfund’s global work on the 4 corporate outcomes.
● Pursue opportunities to influence and engage across networks and denominations at the country level on behalf of people living in poverty, vulnerable to and affected by disaster.

4.2. PARTNERSHIP, PROGRAMMES AND SERVICES MANAGEMENT
Overall responsibility for the partnerships, programmes and operations (finance, logistics, human resources, IT, technical/sector support) required to deliver the country strategy. A number of Deputy positions will report to the CD which are likely to include some or all of the following roles: Deputy CD - Partnerships, Deputy CD - Programmes and Deputy CD – Support Services, as required by the country strategy. The CD may delegate the following responsibilities to these deputies, while remaining accountable for their delivery:

Funding
● Responsible for the country funding strategy, identifying and securing donor funding in order to secure a stable funding base, in accordance with budget targets and maintaining a diversity of future funding options.

Partnerships
● Responsible for identifying and selecting an appropriate portfolio of partners to achieve objectives in the country strategy.
● Responsible for the development and approval of partner projects which achieve objectives in the country strategy.
● Responsible for the management of partner relationships, including resourcing, capacity development, risk management, providing prayer support and planning exits and transitions.
● Ensure partner relationships and grants are managed in accordance with Tearfund policies and procedures and donor rules.

Programmes
● Oversee assessments/reviews and the shaping of new project proposals, including budgets, in accordance with the country strategy.
● Ensure operations are managed in accordance with Tearfund policies and procedures and donor rules.

For both partnerships and operations:
● Ensure synergy and complementarity between partner based work and operational work.
● Ensure projects are designed in accordance with Tearfund’s Quality Standards
● Ensure all project reports are submitted on time and in accordance with required reporting formats and donor rules.
● Undertake monitoring of projects with staff through field visits and ongoing communication to review progress, review beneficiary feedback, identify corrective actions required and capture learning and exchange of learning with partners and operational staff.

Operations
● Define the required in-country team composition and organisational structure for outworking the strategy.
● Responsible for oversight of all project and core budgets, reviewing the monthly management accounts, and assisting staff in managing specific project budgets, monitor expenditure and identify any corrective actions required.
● Work with UK management to provide timely recruitment requests, together with clear and updated job descriptions and person specifications.
● Ensure the resourcing and implementation of Tearfund’s staff development policy and talent management strategy, including personal development planning, in a way that is consistent and transparent.
● Ensure the outworking of Tearfund’s performance management system.
● Ensure effective logistical support is provided to operations and partner projects.
● Ensure effective IT/communications support is provided to the country office and operations.
● Ensure Tearfund registration and legal requirements are met and maintained on an ongoing basis.

4.3. CORPORATE POLICY AND COMPLIANCE
● Responsible for security management, including advising on Security Plans and monitoring that they are updated when scheduled, ensure staff are fully briefed/trained on the agreed security measures appropriate to the area, staff understand individual and collective responsibilities for safety and security and incidents are appropriately reported, critical learning is recorded and corrective actions taken.
● Responsible for health and safety, ensuring policy is understood by staff and any accidents are recorded appropriately, critical learning is captured and corrective actions taken.
● Ensure there is comprehensive briefing and induction for all staff, ensuring their familiarity with Tearfund’s vision, values, Quality Standards, policies, programme objectives, and their individual responsibilities in upholding these standards and policies.
● Ensure the partnerships and operations are in compliance with the procedures set out in Tearfund’s operating procedures for the development of project proposals, reporting, monitoring, evaluation, audit, learning, project completion and in compliance with donor rules and requirements.
● Ensure implementation of Audit, Evaluation and Review findings.
● Ensure that policies and commitments regarding the protection of children and vulnerable adults and the prevention of fraud and bribery are consistently applied.
● In conjunction with the Deputy - Operations/HR Manager/Global HR Advisor, ensure Tearfund HR policies and procedures are implemented across the programme and ensure procedures are consistent with the in country legal context and local practice.
● In conjunction with the Deputy - Operations/HR Manager/Global HR Advisor, ensure Tearfund’s performance management system is effectively implemented across the programme, with objective setting, probationary reviews, regular catch ups, 6-monthly performance appraisals and exit interviews, carried out for all staff and for direct reports.
● In conjunction with the Deputy - Operations/Finance Manager, ensure financial management is in accordance with Tearfund financial systems and policies.
● In conjunction with the Deputy - Operations/Logistics Manager, ensure logistics systems (procurement, transport, storage, communications, estate/buildings management, asset management etc) are in accordance with Tearfund logistics systems and policies.
● Actively promote the capturing of learning from the country and ensure that this learning is used effectively in country and transferred to the wider organisation.
● Ensure that Tearfund has public liability insurance, where available, and ensure that vehicles, staff, buildings and contents insurance is obtained locally where UK cover is not arranged.
● Ensure the programme is compliant with host country legal, contractual and statutory requirements.

4.4. TEAM MANAGEMENT
a. Lead the senior management team, ensuring clarity over plans and priorities, providing supervision, guidance and mentoring, encouraging effective teamwork and inclusiveness and building a team spirit and team culture characterised by a shared vision, commitment and mutual accountability that reflects Tearfund’s values.
b. Provide management support to the senior management team members, in their management and development of others, and their implementation of role objectives, work plans and budgets.
c. Carry out performance appraisals and one to one meetings according to the Tearfund performance management procedures and talent management strategy, and take appropriate remedial action with the country team to address any areas of poor performance.
d. Provide spiritual leadership to the programme and pastoral support where appropriate to direct reports, members of the Senior Management Team and project staff.
e. Conduct disciplinary and grievance procedures as required, in conjunction with the HR Manager and / or Global HR Advisor.

4.5. NETWORKING AND EXTERNAL REPRESENTATION
a. As the most senior representative for Tearfund in the country, responsible for high level representation to the government, securing and maintaining the necessary approvals to operate, ensuring coordination and constructive working relations.
b. Responsible for representing Tearfund in all work externally through building relationships and networking with national Church leaders, government representatives, other INGOs, UN agencies as well as donors and strategic partner organisations. Attendance at relevant interagency technical, sectoral and security coordination networks as necessary.
c. Represent Tearfund to senior donor representatives and in-country donor facilities, supporting positive relations and ongoing communications.
d. Direct policy influencing activities at relevant local and regional levels, consistent with the country strategy, in consultation with the Public Policy Team and Deputy Geographical Head in the UK.
e. Make decisions regarding appropriate media interviews, field visits and press statements in consultation with the Media Team and Deputy Geographical Head in the UK.
f. Serve as the principle local Tearfund spokesperson to media groups and external parties.

PART 2 – PERSON SPECIFICATION
JOB TITLE: COUNTRY DIRECTOR

QUALIFICATIONS
ESSENTIAL
● Degree or equivalent in development, humanitarian, management or related subjects
DESIRABLE
● Post-graduate or professional qualification, in development, humanitarian, management or related subjects
● Security training

EXPERIENCE
ESSENTIAL
● Substantial experience working in an emergency context
● Substantial development or disaster risk reduction experience
● Proven successful people management experience, managing large teams
● Proven project and budget management experience, managing large scale budgets
● Proven ability in strategic planning and thinking
● Proven ability in acquiring and managing institutional funding
● Proven security management experience (for countries with security concerns)
DESIRABLE
● Experience working with local church-based partner organisations
● Proven ability in capacity development of staff and partner organisations.
● Experience in national and local advocacy forums and initiatives
● Proven experience in promoting and applying good practice in emergency and development work

SKILLS/ ABILITIES
ESSENTIAL
● Fluent in written and spoken English
● Fluent in written and spoken French
● Excellent leadership and management skills
● High level negotiation and representation skills
● Analytical and problem solving skills
● Ability to work with children and vulnerable adults in an appropriate and safe manner in accordance with the Tearfund Safeguarding Policy
● Good computer skills (MS Word, Excel)
DESIRABLE
● Understanding of the key concepts and tools of Disaster Risk Reduction
● Ability to undertake local and national advocacy initiatives
● Understanding of effective church mobilisation approaches

PERSONAL QUALITIES
● Committed Christian able to live out Tearfund's values and lead others to do so: Christ-centred, courageous, truthful, compassionate, and servant-hearted.
● Self-disciplined with ability to work proactively, using own initiative
● Flexible and resilient able to accommodate changing priorities and to remain calm under pressure
● Motivating, inspiring, supportive and encouraging
● Demonstrates sensitivity and skills in cross cultural communication
● Team orientated
● Having a vision for Tearfund’s work and being able to articulate that vision with commitment and passion

The role will involve up to 50% time spent in operational field sites and partner project sites and up to 2 weeks in the Teddington Office.

Are you interested in becoming a Country Director in CAR? 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: Nov 02, 2017
Directeur du bureau de dialogue en RD Congo , Congo (Democratic Republic of the Congo)

L’Association pour l’assistance au développement (AGEH) recherche, pour le compte de Misereor, un directeur / une directrice expérimenté(e) dans la coopération ecclésiastique au développement
en Afrique, pour son bureau de dialogue et de liaison à Kinshasa, en République démocratique du Congo, pour une prise de poste en février 2018.

Directeur/directrice du bureau de dialogue et de liaison de Misereor en République démocratique du Congo

Depuis 1959, l’organisation caritative épiscopale soutient de nombreuses organisations et institutions, la plupart ecclésiastiques, dans le domaine de d’aide au développement en République démocratique du Congo. Étant donné le nombre élevé et croissant d’exigences à satisfaire en termes de qualité des missions, des rapports et des procédures, il est nécessaire d’intensifier le dialogue entre Misereor et ses partenaires. En étroite concertation avec ses principaux partenaires nationaux, Misereor a donc mis en place en 2005 un bureau de dialogue et de liaison (BDL) dans la capitale congolaise, Kinshasa. Pour diriger le BDL, nous recherchons un(e) professionnel(le) expérimenté(e) dans le domaine de la coopération ecclésiastique au développement en Afrique.

Le BDL a pour objectif d’améliorer la coopération et le dialogue avec les partenaires actuels et de nouveaux partenaires potentiels ainsi que les institutions en République démocratique du Congo, de renforcer les liens entre les partenaires et de faire avancer les priorités en matière de développement des organisations partenaires et de Misereor.
Le BDL, interlocuteur compétent disponible sur place, soutient les organisations partenaires pour toutes les questions relevant de la conception, de la mise en oeuvre et de l’évaluation de projets de développement. Le BDL entretient un dialogue intense avec le secrétariat de la Conférence épiscopale congolaise et d’autres structures de développement centrales de l’Église locale, d’autres organisations allemandes et internationales de l’aide au développement présentes en République démocratique du Congo, ainsi que l’ambassade d’Allemagne. Son pilotage est assuré par le département Afrique de Misereor.

Votre nouvelle mission
Vous contribuez dans une large mesure à améliorer le dialogue entre Misereor et ses partenaires congolais. Vous permettez à Misereor de discuter en profondeur de sa politique de soutien avec ses principaux partenaires congolais et vous permettez aux partenaires ecclésiastiques en République démocratique du Congo d’accéder plus facilement aux autres organisations de développement.

• Vous conseillez les partenaires de Misereor en matière de conception et de mise en oeuvre de projets, pour l’étude d’impact, l’évaluation et le développement de l’organisation. Vous informez les partenaires de la politique de soutien de Misereor, ainsi que des exigences à satisfaire pour les dépôts de demande et les rapports. Vous soutenez l’organisation de manifestations sur des priorités thématiques et, en cas de besoin, accompagnez les différents partenaires sur une longue période.
• Vous identifiez des conseillers et formateurs locaux qualifiés, à même d’aider efficacement les partenaires congolais dans leur travail de développement.
• Vous renforcez les échanges d’expérience et les liens entre les partenaires de Misereor.
• Vous soutenez les partenaires congolais dans leur travail de lobbying national et international pour la défense des pauvres et soutenez leur contribution aux processus politiques et sociaux.
• Vous échangez régulièrement avec d’autres oeuvres caritatives, notamment les membres de la CIDSE (réseau catholique de coopération internationale pour le développement et la solidarité).
• Vous représentez Misereor dans le cercle des organisations allemandes d’aide au développement à Kinshasa et auprès de l’ambassade d’Allemagne.
• Vous participez au développement des axes prioritaires de Misereor en République démocratique du Congo ainsi qu’aux initiatives relevant du travail de relations publiques, de formation et de lobbying en matière de politique de développement.
• Vous soutenez l’accompagnement de visiteurs : collaborateur/collaboratrices de Misereor, journalistes, hommes et femmes politiques, donateurs/donatrices, etc.

Votre profil
• Vous êtes titulaire d’un diplôme d'études supérieures, de préférence en géographie, économie, sciences politiques, sociologie ou une autre discipline des sciences sociales ou humaines.
• Vous avez plusieurs années d’expérience professionnelle dans le domaine de la coopération au développement et du conseil aux partenaires, dans l’idéal en Afrique.
• Vous possédez au moins 2 ans d’expérience professionnelle dans le développement organisationnel, avec comme axe principal la planification, le monitoring et l’évaluation (PME).
• Vous avez une habileté diplomatique certaine, des aptitudes de communication interculturelle très différenciées pour côtoyer les acteurs dans un esprit de partenariat et vous savez intervenir de manière appropriée dans un environnement ecclésiastique.
• Vous êtes suffisamment solide pour effectuer de nombreux voyages dans des conditions souvent difficiles en République démocratique du Congo.
• Vous avez une très bonne maîtrise du français à l’écrit comme à l’oral et vous avez au moins de bonnes connaissances de l’allemand.
• Vous êtes citoyen/ne de l’UE ou de Suisse et appartenez à une Église chrétienne.

L’offre de l’AGEH
L’Association pour l’assistance au développement (AGEH) est le service spécialisé des catholiques allemands dédié à la coopération pour le développement. Depuis plus de 50 ans, nous accompagnons des professionnels qui souhaitent saisir l’occasion d’avoir une activité riche de sens au service des acteurs locaux du développement. L’AGEH vous épaule par:
• Une préparation individualisée et complète
• un contrat de trois ans, une couverture sociale et une rémunération selon la loi allemande sur les coopérants au développement
• Des sessions de formation continue en culture, langue ou autres domaines techniques, ainsi que des offres de coaching et de supervision et un conseil personnalisé

Le site de Kinshasa possède une bonne infrastructure, avec de bons soins médicaux, des établissements scolaires d’excellente qualité et un raccordement aux voies de transport internationales.
Nous serons ravis de recevoir votre dossier de candidature en Anglais ou en Allemand.
Are you interested in becoming a Directeur du bureau de dialogue en RD Congo? 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: Oct 15, 2017
CFO South - and West Africa , South Africa

Our clients vision is to unlock the potential of African agriculture through food processing, whilst they transform the lives of millions of Africans economically, socially and spiritually.

Currently our client has an exciting opportunity for a suitably qualified, well-motivated and driven individual to fill a role of Chief Financial Officer in South Africa, Pretoria for the first year. After this year this person will be based in one of the local offices in Nigeria, Mozambique or Ghana. The responsibility of these offices is to cover the whole cassave value chain, from agricultural production with smallholder farmers, input supplies, processing and the marketing of the final product in local and international markets.

The individual will need to have a strong social fiber as the company’s vision is to reform Africa through its businesses, all the way from the farm to the consumer.

The candidate must share the vision of wanting to impact the continent economically, socially and spiritually. They must also be willing to institute growth across a variety of spectrums, as they take full accountability of financial function, as well as IT. There is an expectation of sound values and high morale coupled with a true sense of caring for Africa and its people.

The overall contributor of this role is to take fully accountability for Foods Business financial planning, accounting principles, and financial operations of the company, including the development of a financial strategy of the group. The individual would also manage the financial aspect of mergers and acquisitions, including but not limited to representing the Foods business to investors.

Critical elements:
o Proven record as CFO for major company or division of a medium to large corporation
o Must be a Chartered Accountant
o Minimum 10 years financial management and/or business experience
o Knowledge and love of the African continent, and its people
o French speaking is important, and other foreign languages would be an advantage
o Strong Christian ethos as non-negotiable

The vacancy is open strictly to French speaking candidates, willing to be based/located in South Africa (Pretoria) for the first year and after this based in West Africa (Ivory Coast or Nigeria)

Are you interested in becoming a CFO in South- and West Africa? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

Expiring: Oct 30, 2017
Group CFO in South Africa , South Africa

Our clients vision is to unlock the potential of African agriculture through food processing, whilst they transform the lives of millions of Africans economically, socially and spiritually.

Currently our client has an exciting opportunity for a suitably qualified, well-motivated and driven individual to fill a role of Group Chief Financial Officer in Pretoria, South Africa.

The individual will be a member of the Board of Directors and work very closely with the Chief Executive Officer and will need to have a strong social fiber as the company’s vision is to reform Africa through its businesses, all the way from the farm to the consumer.

The candidate must share the vision of wanting to impact the continent economically, socially and spiritually. They must also be willing to institute growth across a variety of spectrums, as they take full accountability of financial function, as well as IT. There is an expectation of sound values and high morale coupled with a true sense of caring for Africa and its people.

The overall contributor of this role is to take fully accountability for Foods Business financial planning, accounting principles, and financial operations of the company, including the development of a financial strategy of the group. The individual would also manage the financial aspect of mergers and acquisitions, including but not limited to representing the Foods business to investors.

Critical elements:
o Proven record as CFO for major company or division of a medium to large corporation
o Must be a Chartered Accountant
o Minimum 10 years financial management and/or business experience
o Knowledge and love of the African continent, and its people
o French speaking is important, and other foreign languages would be an advantage
o Strong Christian ethos as non-negotiable

The vacancy is open strictly to French speaking candidates, willing to be based/located in South Africa (Pretoria). Preference given to BEE candidates.

Are you interested in becoming a Group CFO in South Africa? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

Expiring: Oct 26, 2017