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Main responsibilities would be -
Duties include but are not limited to the following:
Efficient and professional communication/liaison with clients and Suppliers
Assisting with all admin related tasks: filing, copying, faxing, typing, etc.
Ensure the timely completion of the log book.
Preparing of Petty Cash Vouchers and filing of such.
Capturing all Petty cash transactions on the excel spreadsheet, balance to the cash in the box and submit to the JHB office on a Weekly basis.
Ensuring that Petty Cash balances on month end.
Cash receipts from clients to be captured into petty cash should it not be deposited into the companies bank account.
Placing orders with suppliers following the correct procedures.
Placing Orders for the Office, following the SOP.
Internal Orders (Production & Maintenance).
Job Costing Invoicing
Ensure that supplier invoices are obtained and sent to the JHB office timeously.
All supplier invoices and statements to reach the JHB office by the 9th of each month.
Any reasonable task allocated by your supervisor/s or management
On behalf of our Tourism Inspired Client who is tucked into the heart of Botswana in an exclusive Bush Camp Safari Operation, we are looking for a Executive Chef and General Manager to join their team. A couple would be preferred for this position and regrettably it would not be possible to relocate with children.
General Manager responsibilities include but not limited to:
Overseeing daily business operations.
Developing and implementing growth strategies.
Training low-level managers and staff.
Creating and managing budgets.
Evaluating performance and productivity.
Analyzing accounting and financial data.
Researching and identifying growth opportunities.
Generating reports and giving presentations.
Executive Chef Responsibilities include but not limited to:
Ensuring promptness, freshness and quality of dishes.
Coordinating cooks' tasks.
Implementing hygiene policies and examining equipment for cleanliness.
Designing new recipes, planning menus and selecting plate presentation.
Reviewing staffing levels to meet service, operational and financial objectives.
Hiring and training kitchen staff, such as cooks, food preparation workers and dishwashers.
Performing administrative tasks, taking stock of food and equipment supplies, and doing purchase orders.
Setting and monitoring performance standards for staff.
Obtaining feedback on food and service quality, and handling customer problems and complaints.
Research, select, and purchase quality products and materials.
Build relationships with suppliers and negotiate with them for the best pricing.
Process requisitions and update management on the status of orders.
Update inventory and ensure that stock levels are kept at appropriate levels.
Arrange transport of goods and track orders to ensure timely delivery.
Analyze market trends and apply this knowledge to make insightful buying decisions.
Coordinate with inventory team, management, and stockroom as required.
Assess the quality of stock received and escalate any discrepancies to suppliers and management.
Willingness to travel.
Train employees and evaluate their performances.
Create strategies to ensure that sales targets are met.
Prepare reports on sales.
Create and maintain relationships with clients.
Liaise with other branches to share strategies.
Duties and Responsibilities :
Oversee raw material procurement for the Stockfeeds division.
Be responsible for product formulation and specifications.
Head up Stockfeeds quality control department country wide.
Select and implement a relevant standards endorsement system.
Be responsible for new product development in the Stockfeeds division.
Initiate and oversee research projects at universities and research centers.
Provide guidance on best practice and developments in animal nutrition.
Communicate with our customers regarding the technical aspects of the product range.
Evaluating new credit requests and conducting client credit checks.
Managing and collecting debts from company debtors.
Setting up the terms of credit for new clients.
Negotiating payment plans.
Managing collection of all payments and debts.
Responding to client inquiries.
Preparing statements and reports for the company accountant.
Managing the sales ledger.
Liaising with customers and the sales team.
The primary role of a Country Manager is to oversee the full operations in Botswana.
Driving the overall engagement with all customers, suppliers, partners and team members.
Critical to the success of this role is an ability to be highly operational, hands on, and drive tangible actions and outcomes in a time sensitive manner.
Build a highly effective team across the core functions of the business being Technical, Financial, Commercial and HR.
This Executive leadership role will require the individual to connect effectively with employees at all levels.
Responsible for achieving Financial KPI’s as set out in the Budget & for Managing expenditure and costs.
Responsible for producing budgeted volumes of Day-Old Chicks and Feed as per KPIs & company strategy.
Responsible for leading, managing & developing a high performing country team aligned with Company HR Policy, Values & Behaviours.
Must identify and utilize data and analytics to drive effective decision making at all levels of the organization.
Ensures all operational divisions comply with company QA, SHE, GMPs (Good Manufacturing Practice), GHPs (Good Hygiene Practice) and all other company SOPs & deadlines.
Together with Operational divisions take responsibility for all maintenance, upkeep, security and general appearance of company infrastructure, assets, equipment & stocks.
Responsible for the company corporate risk controls & ensuring compliance with legal & company requirements.
Understand Macro and Micro environment affecting the Agricultural/Poultry Business and to set out a plan to take advantage of opportunities and identify threats.
Work Environment: Working in a structured and metric based environment.