Managing Director in Ghana , Ghana

The Managing Director, is a first member of the team for the port project, and serves as a strategic partner and advisor to the client’s management team and Director – Global Investments. As the Managing Director, the candidate will set-up and provide leadership and direction to the (project) team responsible for delivering the services under the Concession Agreement, and manage the day-to-day affairs of the company including but not limited to construction, financial, operational, administrative, community relations, and customer creation and service. The Managing Director will be the primary contact point between all port-related government bodies.

The right candidate is an engaging and focused leader who leverages best practice management skills to maximize team performance. As an individual the Managing Director is highly adaptive and excels in a dynamic environment.

1. Directing functions & performance
• Sets up & Leads the local team in management of day-to-day affairs of the company.
• Ensures that all managers are up to date with the concession related terms.
• Oversees annual budget requirements, approving budget guidelines, with end accountability for the achievement of both budget and financial goals of the organization in accordance with the business plan and updated financial model.

2. Contract Management
• Ensures that all company activities are carried out in commercial, technical, operational compliance with the concession agreement, projects agreements, financing agreements, service agreements and agreed business plan.
• Interfaces with all major contractors and vendors to achieve the agreed performance output as contracted.
• Ensures all contractual obligations of the company are fully met.
• Secures appropriate long-term service contracts.
• Seeks opportunities to enhance the popularity of the port and increase the project’s revenue potential.

3. Communication & Liaison
• Builds and actively manages relationships with all stakeholders.
• Represents the organization with the shareholders, the financial community and the public including the media.

4. Developing the business strategy
• Provides the vision, leadership and direction for the company. Establishes short and long-term goals, objectives, plans and policies, subject to approval by the client’s management.
• Develops the commercial strategy for approval by the client’s management.
• Develops and manages the business plan and annual operating plan.

5. Recruitment and Development
• Recruits / manages the local Senior Management team, and provides mentoring/guidance to senior managers.
• Implements a relevant performance management system.

• At least fifteen (15+) plus years of working as an MD or CEO with experience in successfully managing concessions agreements and port/ off-shore construction projects, in Ghana or West Africa.
• Extensive managerial and leadership knowledge, applying best practices to all sections of the business.
• Successful Track record of stakeholder management and dealing with senior authorities, bureaucrats and ministry level individuals.
• Excellent contacts with public authorities in Ghana.

• Must be able to demonstrate strong leadership and exceptional skills in building interpersonal relationships, including a high degree of tact, diplomacy and ability to influence.
• In-depth understanding of financial concepts, financial models and hands-on with the financial implications of the project implementation processes.
• Excellent business acumen, including project management skills.
• Effective negotiation and conflict resolution skills.
• A collaborative work style, fostering cooperation and teamwork.
• Advanced verbal and written communications skills in English in addition to effective interpersonal skills.

All applicants are required to submit to a complete background check and medical examination as a condition of employment. Only candidates that have successfully passed both checks will be eligible for employment.

If you’re interested in the position of Managing Director apply through this link.

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Expiring: Dec 06, 2019

Chief of Party – Okapi Wildlife Reserve , Congo (Democratic Republic of the Congo)

Location: Epulu, Okapi Wildlife Reserve (OWR), Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)
Reports to: Okapi Wildlife Reserve Director
Expected travel: Regular travel to Kinshasa, DRC and to other destinations for meetings as required.
Start date: as soon as suitable candidate is found
Duration: 5 years (minimum 2 years)

The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) is seeking candidates for a Chief of Party (CoP) for the anticipated 5-year USAID-funded program entitled “Building effective management and sustainable financing of the Okapi Wildlife Reserve through a Public-Private Partnership” (the ‘USAID Okapi project’).

The goal of this project is to secure and restore the unique biodiversity and forests of the Okapi Wildlife Reserve, through:
• Strengthening protected area management practises;
• Enhancing the social well-being of its resident communities; and
• The creation of conservation-led income generating activities that will contribute to the sustainable financing of future Reserve activities.

The CoP will deliver on the following principal responsibilities in full coordination with, and supported by, the WCS DRC and OWR management teams, and the WCS Central Africa Regional team:

a) Serve as the primary WCS point of contact and authorized representative with USAID in regard to all communications on the USAID Okapi project.
• Maintain good working relationships with all project participants, stakeholders, beneficiaries and other relevant organizations both in the DRC and in the wider Central Africa region.
• Maintain a strong and responsive relationship with the USAID CARPE (Central Africa Regional Program for the Environment) Director, USAID Agreements Officer and other relevant USAID staff.
• Maintain close working relationships with the WCS DRC and OWR management teams.
• Ensure that USAID and internal WCS stakeholders are kept regularly up to date on project activities, deliverables and events.
• Be the point of contact for any new USAID initiatives and collaborations concerning the Okapi Wildlife Reserve

b) Coordinate the implementation, management and administration of the USAID Okapi project:
• Coordinate with WCS DRC and OWR management teams to ensure that project objectives are achieved to a high standard and on schedule.
• Oversee and, in some cases, carry out the delivery of the project's technical activities in accordance with the project work plan.
• Ensure that adequate technical assistance is provided to the OWR management team, supervising the recruitment and engagement of technical experts, partners and project staff, as appropriate, to help achieve the project objectives.
• In liaison with the OWR Director, engage with the DRC Government, civil society and business groups, and other organisations as needed to coordinate activities and achieve the project objectives.
• In liaison with the WCS finance team in OWR and Kinshasa, ensure financial planning and execution of approved budgets is in compliance with financial and administrative policies and procedures of USAID and WCS.
• In liaison with the WCS Regional Grants Manager, ensure contractual and procurement procedures are executed in a timely manner in compliance with administrative policies and procedures of USAID and WCS.

c) Through the development of robust monitoring and evaluation systems, ensure that all USAID reporting requirements are met to a high standard and on schedule.
• Preparation, submission for internal review and final submission of all contractually required technical project documentation (work plans, budgets, annual reports etc.).
• In liaison with the WCS Finance team in Kinshasa and OWR, ensure all financial reporting is prepared and submitted in a timely manner.

d) Ensure that the project is implemented in accordance with:
• WCS policies and procedures.
• The requirements set out in the EPP award contractual agreement.
• USAID and relevant U.S. Government rules and regulations.
• The national law of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

The experience and capabilities of the CoP should include:

a) Significant experience of project management.
• Experience working in inter-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams and managing several major activities simultaneously.
• Experience managing multilateral/bilateral donor-funded projects, with multiple project partners and diverse project elements. Experience of managing USAID-funded projects preferred.
• Proven ability to achieve project targets and objectives, delivering quality work on tight deadlines.
• Experience of designing and implementing monitoring and evaluation frameworks.

b) Knowledge of African conservation issues.
• A Masters or PhD degree in conservation, natural resource management, or other relevant field experience in African conservation.
• Experience working on conservation projects in field settings preferred.
• Experience working in Central Africa region would be an advantage.

c) Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Demonstrated representational skills, with an ability to maintain favourable public relations.
• Experience of developing and maintaining professional working relationships in a multi-stakeholder environment.
• Demonstrated high-level competency in writing and editing of professional technical reports and other written products.
• Fluency in English and professional competency in French, with Swahili a distinct advantage.
• Highly computer and internet literate.

Application process
Interested candidates, who meet the above qualifications, skills and experience, 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 “Chief of Party Okapi” 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

Application Deadline: 31 October 2019

About OWR
Created in 1992, the OWR, at more than 13,000km2, is the single largest protected tract of intact lowland tropical forest remaining in the DRC. The OWR harbors one of the largest remaining population of forest elephants and the largest stronghold of okapi in the DRC and the single largest population of the eastern chimpanzee in Africa. The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) has been active in the OWR for more than 30 years, supporting its creation, and subsequently working closely with ICCN (Institut Congolaise pour la Conservation de la Nature) – the government agency responsible for protected areas and wildlife - in its management. In December 2018, WCS and ICCN signed a 10-year management agreement that delegated management authority of the OWR to WCS. This mandate is implemented through the OWR Management Unit (RMU), led by the Reserve Director, that is the executive body in charge of all day-to-day management activities and personnel in the OWR.
OWR is situated in the larger Ituri landscape; comprising more than 40,000km2 of contiguous forests, in which WCS is actively building conservation constituencies and supporting sustainable agricultural practices amongst the local communities who depend upon the forest resources for their livelihoods, and on whom the future integrity of the OWR is inextricably linked. The Ituri forests also have a rich cultural heritage and are home to the indigenous Mbuti and Efé peoples.

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.

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Expiring: Nov 23, 2019

Safari Sales Consultant

Flexible work times & remote work is possible
Offices: Netherlands (Heerenveen), Zanzibar or Tanzania (Arusha), Spain (Barcelona)

Department : Safari Sales
Company : Paradise & Wilderness (P&W) Group

Paradise & Wilderness Group is a fast growing organisation. Specialized in Tanzanian Safari & Zanzibar Holidays. The group offers a variety of hotels and resorts on Zanzibar, as well as safari accommodations in/at the northern Tanzania National Parks and in Selous Game Reserve.

Do you want to be involved in this growing adventure? We want to increase our dynamic Safari Sales Team with a new team member. Are you the best safari sales consultant we are looking for?
Can you work under pressure and achieve sales targets?
Working remotely is a possibility, a 9 to 5 mentality is definitely not. Salary is basic, but the sales commissions make it interesting.

Purpose of the function
The position requires someone who possesses a basic level of knowledge and interest in east Africa. The applicant must also have a good geographical, and basic day-to-day travel logistic understanding of the destination.
Applicant must enjoy advising clients about products and packages, mostly based on research and training.
Applicant must have excellent sales skills, be detail-oriented and good at communicating (written and oral) in order to close the sale as proposed to prospective traveller or the travel agent.

You will work in our sales team, active in different countries.
● Require 4 years experience in sales. Experience in Safari Sales will be a plus.
● Required languages: English (fluent), German/French (fluent), and Spanish will be a plus.
● Independent work attitude.

Operations / activities
● Deal with all travel enquiries via telephone, email, Skype and WhatsApp.
● To be able to match the correct product/package with the client.
● Check availability of products/packages in ResRequest and with external suppliers, hold reservations, and then respond promptly, within 12 hours, to the client with various options.
● To book reservations for the client for air, travel, hotel, safari tours and car rentals, and follow up with the client when necessary to secure the reservation.
● To maintain and promote professional and courteous client relations by being prompt and accurate in their communications.
● Demonstrate professional sales skills.
● To follow up with clients on completion of their trip for feedback on the experience.
● Assisting colleagues with admin related work and product/package building as needed.
● Upselling and offering alternatives.

Knowledge and experience
● Travel industry work experience: minimum 4 years
● Sales ability potential - Sales Driven
● Be able to handle high volume enquiries
● Good level of understanding of east-Africa in general
● Very good product knowledge and basic logistical understanding
● Travel experience in East Africa

Are you interested in becoming a Safari Sales Consultant? 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: Dec 21, 2019

Country Manager in Burundi , Burundi

The country manager will be responsible for the overall management and leadership of the Burundi office. You will be head of around 10 staff members.
You are expected to lead by example. On a daily basis The country manager manages the organization's projects, programmes and operations .

The Country Manager will report to the Regional Programme Director and work closely with the regional team.

Main Tasks and Responsibilities:

The responsibilities and tasks include, but are not limited to:

Leadership and Management
- Manage the overall programme and operations;
- Responsible for the country strategy and development of the projects in Burundi;
- Analyse political developments and hunanitarian needs in the country and the surrounding region;
- Making sure all programme activities comply with national and international laws and regulations.

Staff Management
- Listen and create dialogue with your team members;
- Support, Motivate and encourage the team to care for them and achieve results in sometimes difficult situations;
- Oversee all HR related issues within the programme.

(Donor) Relations Management
- Develop and maintain contact with the representatives of important partners;
- Oversee all financial reports related to the programmes, together with the staff.
- Develop relationships with donors, media, other NGO's, authorities and embassies to identify funding opportunities;

Financial Management
- Overseeing the project budgets;
- Making sure controls are in place to prevent fraud.

Security Management
- Oversee the implementation of security plans, guidelines and manuals in the country;
- Making sure security procedures are maintained throughout the country programme;
- Take the lead during security incidents or threats.

Requirements and Skills
- Fluent writing and speaking in French and English is a must;
- Experience with project management;
- Strong focus on deliviring results using available resources;
- University degree in a relevant subject such as Management, Development Studies and / or Business Administration;
- Minimum of 7 years working experience in a similar position, level and within an NGO;
- Working experience in East-Africa, previous experience in Burundi is an advantage;
- A good understanding of the situation in the region;
- People manager and motivator;
- A problem solving person;

It is a full-time contract for at least 12 months, with the possibility of extension.

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

Expiring: Dec 09, 2019

Directeur / Leerkracht in Zimbabwe , Zimbabwe

De Nederlandse Taal- en Cultuurschool in Zimbabwe zoekt een directeur-leerkracht per begin Januari 2020 voor een periode van minimaal 18 maanden.

De directeur/leerkracht verzorgt lessen in de Nederlandse taal en cultuur voor kleuter-, primair en middelbaar onderwijs. We hebben hiervoor een aantal leslokalen in ons eigen schoolgebouw, gelegen op het terrein van Harare International School.
De school heeft momenteel 8 leerlingen in de leeftijd van 6 tot 13 jaar (7 lagere school and 1 middelbaar onderwijs) en 4 kleuters (tussen de 3,5 en 5 jaar). De leerlingen krijgen drie uur per week les; de kleuters twee. Doordat de groepen kinderen hebben van verschillende niveaus is gedifferentieerd werken zeer belangrijk. De lessen vinden plaats in de middagen van maandag tot en met vrijdag. Naast de reguliere lessen hebben we minimaal vier keer per jaar een cultuurmiddag voor de hele school. Deze cultuurmiddagen maken deel uit van het lesprogramma en vinden gewoonlijk plaats op vrijdag of in het weekend.
Naast het lesgeven, is de directeur/leerkracht verantwoordelijk voor de leiding van de school. Afhankelijk van het aantal leerlingen, heeft hij/zij naar verwachting een werkweek van ongeveer 18 uur. Tevens bestaat er een mogelijkheid privélessen te verzorgen voor buitenlanders die (tijdelijk) in Nederland gaan wonen. Het werven van cliënten voor privélessen is de eigen verantwoordelijkheid van de kandidaat, maar er bestaan mogelijkheden (onder andere) van het geven van privelessen aan studenten die via de Nederlandse Ambassade aan een uitwisselingsprogramma deelnemen.

Zimbabwe is een relatief veilig land, maar kent wel al jaren politieke en economische problemen. Bij expats staat Zimbabwe bekend om zijn prettige klimaat en woon- werkomstandigheden, maar voor de lokale bevolking is de huidige economische situatie vaak erg moeilijk.
De Nederlandse school ligt in een van de beter ontwikkelde buitenwijken van de stad (Mount Pleasant), op het terrein van de Harare International School – HIS (www.harare-international-school) en op loopafstand van diverse winkelcentra.
Zimbabwe is een dunbevolkt en groot land waar veel moois te zien is zoals de Victoria Falls en vele wildparken. De hoofdstad Harare heeft 2 miljoen inwoners. De stad beschikt over goede gezondheidszorg en scholing en heeft een variëteit aan winkels, restaurants en andere uitgaansmogelijkheden.

We zoeken een enthousiaste docent(e), met Pabo-diploma, diploma onderwijzer(es) of met universitaire opleiding Nederlands met lager onderwijsbevoegdheid.
De kandidaat dient te beschikken over enige onderwijservaring en dient zeer zelfstandig te zijn. Tevens dient de kandidaat de Engelse taal te beheersen.
▪ Ervaring met het onderwijzen van Nederlands als tweede taal en/of bevoegdheid voor Nederlands middelbaar onderwijs is een pré.
▪ Goede organisatorische en sociale vaardigheden zijn zeer belangrijk.
▪ Ervaring met het leven en werken in een ontwikkelingsland is eveneens gewenst.
▪ Goed overweg kunnen met verschillende computer programma’s en on-line les systemen.
▪ Samen kunnen werken met Nederlandse scholen in the regio, om het bestaande les aanbod uit te breiden en te leren van de ervaringen van andere scholen.
▪ Ervaring met lesgeven aan kinderen met een leeruitdaging is een pré.
▪ Flexibele werk en leef houding. Ondanks dat de leefomstandigheden voor expats over het algemeen goed zijn, zijn er situaties waar basis voorzieningen niet altijd even goed werken.

In total ongeveer 18 uur per week.
Een totaal van 11 lesuren voor 4 lesgroepen (groep kleuters, groep 3/4, groep 5, groep 7/8 + brugklas) per lesweek. Bijkomend is er voor elke lesuur een ½ uur voorbereidings- en correctietijd voorzien. Het aantal directie-uren voor de school is vastgesteld op 2 uur per lesweek. Geplande periodieke vergaderingen met bestuursleden voor monitoring en rapportering zijn in de directie-uren meegerekend. Een lesweek wordt gedefinieerd als een week waarin de Nederlandse School lesgeeft. Er zijn minimaal 36 lesweken per jaar. Verder zijn er 18 uren per jaar weggelegd voor minstens 4 cultuurmiddagen.

De directeur/leerkracht heeft de volgende hoofdtaken:

• Voorbereiden en geven van de taal- en cultuurlessen;
• Schrijven van lesplannen;
• Afnemen en registreren van toetsen;
• Bijhouden van het digitale leerlingvolgsysteem;
• Voorbereiden en nakijken van huiswerk;
• Opstellen van rapporten;
• Houden van oudergesprekken;
• Coördineren van buitenschoolse culturele activiteiten.

• Toezien op handhaving van adequaat pedagogisch peil;
• Contact onderhouden met het bestuur inclusief bijwonen van bestuursvergaderingen;
• Onderhouden van contacten met andere NTC-scholen en onderwijsorganisaties;
• Opmaken van de schoolgids en schoolplan (in samenspraak met bestuur);
• Onderhouden van schoolmiddelen en de bibliotheek;
• Bijhouden van schooladministratie.

Het contract is voor een periode van 18 maanden; jaarlijkse verlengingen zijn mogelijk. De financiële vergoeding is gebaseerd op het lokale tarief van 13 EUR/uur. Naast de les- en voorbereidingsuren per week, wordt een vergoeding gegeven voor vergaderingen, directietaken en dergelijke. Daarnaast vergoedt de school één retourticket van Nederland naar Zimbabwe, en de kosten voor de werkvergunning. Het te verwachten salaris voor het 2020-2021 schooljaar is ongeveer 900 EUR per maand.

Het schoolbestuur zal op basis van de ontvangen sollicitaties een eerste selectie maken. Vervolgens zullen email en telefonische sollicitatiegesprekken plaatsvinden. Enkel succesvolle kandidaten worden voor uiterlijk 30 november 2019 benaderd.

Are you interested in becoming a 'Directeur / Leerkracht in Zimbabwe'? 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: Dec 06, 2019

Branch Manager in South Africa , South Africa

Position purpose: Grow an manage the business.

Personal Attributes: eg
• Outgoing Personality
• Ability to wok under pressure
• Good communications skills and well organised
Qualification : Diploma/ Degree in Marketing/ Business Management. 5 years minimum experience as a Branch Manager. Prior experience on electrical motor/transformer repairs industry will be an added advantage.

Key performance indicators

1. Management
• Capable of managing the branch with staff complement of 18 people.
• Manage stock levels – stock to be maintained at 2.5 months level.
• Improve profitability of the branch- achieve set margin on all products

2. Maintenance of existing customers
• Increase of sales baskets of all products
• Manage relationships with existing customers
• Develop new customer base for all products

3. Sales target
• Strive toward achieving your monthly sales target and provide analysis of results be they be positive or negative

4.product sales analysis and planning
• On a monthly basis analyse your quarterly product sales performance and introduce the new sales measures to correct and increase product sales by customer.

5 Customer visits
• Visit the top 20 customers and maintain close relationship

6. Relationship building
• Build external relationship that could add value to the business.

7. Market intelligence
• Weekly reporting on competitor activities to enhance own planning

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

Expiring: Dec 06, 2019

Dutch Speaking Service Desk Agent in South Africa , South Africa

Voor een van s' werelds grootste ICT dienstverlener o.a. gevestigd in Johannesburg Zuid Afrika, zijn wij op zoek naar ICT Klantenservice Medewerkers.

De werkzaamheden bestaan uit het effectief en klantvriendelijk afhandelen van vragen over computerproblemen van kantoormedewerkers van een Nederlandse bank. Momenteel is onze opdrachtgever op zoek naar medewerkers die zowel de Nederlandse als de Engelse taal zeer goed beheersen. Na een gedegen training ga je aan de slag op een van de projecten van onze opdrachtgever als Helpdesk Medewerker. Je doet relevante buitenlandse werkervaring op terwijl je woont in een van de mooiste landen ter wereld!

- Je bent serieus en houdt van avontuur
- Je bent klantgericht en beschikt over goede contactuele eigenschappen
- Je beheerst de Nederlandse taal uitstekend (schrijven en spreken)
- Je spreekt vloeiend Engels
- Je bent bereid om minimaal een jaar in Zuid-Afrika te wonen
- Je bent bij voorkeur direct beschikbaar

- Voor onze opdrachtgever, een wereldwijd opererende ICT-marktleider, die haar Servicedesk in Zuid-Afrika heeft gevestigd, zijn wij op zoek naar kandidaten die vanuit Zuid-Afrika kantoormedewerkers telefonisch ondersteuning bieden bij het oplossen van hun computerproblemen.

- Een professionele werkomgeving bij een gerenommeerd bedrijf
- Een uitgebreid trainingsprogramma
- Werkvergunning wordt geregeld
- Je wordt geholpen met het vinden van huisvesting
- Retourticket wordt vergoed
- Marktconform salaris 13.000 Rand bruto (ca. 11.500 Rand netto)

Are you interested in becoming a Dutch Speaking Service Desk Agent in South Africa? Apply now at the top or bottom of our page.

Expiring: Dec 06, 2019

Commercial Director in Ghana , Ghana

Our client is a large commercial farm located in the Northern part of Ghana in the seed business. They are focused on expansion of their work and increasingly building capacity to be among the major seed producers in Ghana.

Job profile
Do you have corporate management experience in the (seed) agribusiness and proven track of record for effective
team management, results-driven leadership and turn a company into a commercial profitable business?

We are searching a dynamic and commercially oriented team leader to join the company in the role of Managing Director for a company in the Northern part of Ghana.

Responsibilities and Duties

I. Strategic Leadership
• Direct the company in keeping with the commercial vision outlined for the company by the Board of Directors.
• Build a strong team of Senior Managers to grow the company, strengthen it and ensure its sustainability and profitability.
• Make high-level decisions about policy and strategy.
• Report to the board of directors and keep them informed.
• Build alliances and partnerships with other organizations.

II. Operations Management
• Develop a profitable seed strategy and oversee its execution including operational cropping plan, budgets, quality ,marketing and sales.
• Act as the primary spokesperson for the company.
• Develop the company’s culture and overall company vision.
• Oversee day-to-day commercial operations of the company.

III. Financial Management
• Work closely with the CFO (Chief Financial Officer) to prepare annual budgets, carry out risk analysis on potential investments, and advise the Board of Directors with regard to investment risk and return
• Oversee the company’s fiscal activity, including budgeting, reporting, and auditing.

IV. Human Resource management
• Strengthen the Human Resources (HR) function regarding hiring practices, payroll, training and benefit disbursement.
• Oversee quality control throughout the company, establishing goals for each department in partnership with the respective managers
• Create an environment that promotes great performance and positive morale.
Qualifications and Skills
• A Master’s Degree in, Commercial Agriculture , Seed , Business Administration, or related subject areas
• At least 5 years of corporate managerial experience in agribusiness
• Experience with corporate governance.
• Ability to inspire confidence and create trust.
• Good appreciation of general finance and accounting concepts. Understanding of financial statements is a must.
• Advanced skills in MS Office and accounting software
• Strong ability to organize effectively, delegate responsibility, solve problems quickly and communicate clearly
• Leadership skills, including the ability to manage time effectively and handle both internal and external conflicts

African candidates, especially Ghanaians are encouraged to apply.

Expiring: Dec 06, 2019

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