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Finance Manager Job Purpose
Responsible for the financial health of a company or organisation. Producing financial reports and developing strategies based on financial research. Guiding senior executives in making sound business decisions in the long and short term.
Finance Manager Job Duties:
Monitor the day-to-day financial operations within the company, such as payroll, invoicing, and other transactions
Oversee financial department employees, including financial assistants and accountants
Contract outside services for tax preparation, auditing, banking, investments, and other financial needs as necessary
Track the company's financial status and performance to identify areas for potential improvement
Seek out methods for minimising financial risk to the company
Research and analyse financial reports and market trends
Provide insightful information and expectations to senior executives to aid in long-term and short-term decision making
Review financial data and prepare monthly and annual reports
Present financial reports to board members, stakeholders, executives, and clients in formal meetings
Stay up to date with technological advances and accounting software to be used for financial purposes
Establish and maintain financial policies and procedures for the company
Understand and adhere to financial regulations and legislation.
This position is required for a RFP in Botswana and our Client is looking for 2 people on a contract basis - work period is probably 2-3 months.
The Company helps clients transform their IT infrastructure by using comprehensive, intelligent infrastructure solutions, including cloud, data centers, security solutions and service management. They support digital strategies of their clients, designing and implementing flexible IT solutions and developing and implementing security strategies needed to limit risk.
You will be part of a team responsible for designing modern solutions in the field of data in the hybrid environment of traditional and modern data technologies.
Your responsibilities will include, among others:
Building and implementing changes for database solutions for our clients
Optimization of data models in terms of efficiency, manageability, integrity and availability
Participation throughout the project life cycle: from requirements analysis, platform selection, technical architecture design, application development and development to testing and implementation
Involvement in matters related to information management, use and further development of information management methods
When we go to restaurants, we like to make sure the food is thoroughly cooked, the drinks are ice cold and the eggs come from chickens, not lizards. Food and beverage managers are the leaders in the kitchen and the front of house in restaurants of all kinds.
Responsible for overall operation for the restaurant, food and beverage managers hire staff, purchase food and stock, and make sure everyone is trained on proper food preparation, proper and legal alcoholic beverage service kitchen safety techniques and understand health standards. Food and beverage managers make sure that company is represented correctly and that the company's standards are upheld.
Food and beverage managers also set daily and weekly cleaning schedules for the kitchen and front of house, hire, train and discipline employees and set work schedules. They keep tabs on food cost, waste and employee hours, doing their best to optimize profit for their company and create the best dining experience possible for customers.
Duties to include:
The main purpose of the Camp Manager is to manage the lodge and thereby create a profound guest experience, in line with the service vision and creative concepts of the Lodge.
It is the responsibility of the Camp Manager to monitor hospitality service, maintenance, and housekeeping standards within the lodge. The role is additionally strategic in nature, and the Camp Manager must drive the appropriate service directives for the camp, and move the departments towards achieving broader goals.
In this capacity, guest expectations regarding the standard of service should be exceeded. In addition, the camp needs to be monitored so that it runs in a cost-effective manner, within the agreed budget; in a manner, which is conducive to positive inter-personal relationships between staff; and at a superior level of efficiency.
The Camp Manager is also responsible for ensuring that the morale of the camp staff is kept at a high level and that staff are developed on an ongoing basis.
Finally, the Camp Manager must provide a written hand over of responsibilities to the Front of House Manager in his/her absence and ensure that a full handover is received on his/her return.
Scope of work:
In broad terms the Lodge Manager oversees the following key performance areas:
Drive the broader goals of the company, in terms of the camp, by planning and implementing Strategic Management Plans.
Management, training and up skilling of the camp staff in line with the companys Standard of Excellence.
Ensure ultimate guest relations in the camp and that the “at home” personal attention levels are maintained.
Maintain the highest standards of housekeeping and maintenance and ensure that style and design is not eroded.
Effective financial management through the administration of orders and effective stock control.
Effective communication and maintenance of camp relations.