GULUDO is social enterprise in Mozambique, using tourism to relieve poverty, sustainably. We have Guludo Beach Lodge, a boutique eco-resort that creates economic opportunities, and Nema Foundation,...
11 Mar 2013
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Charity Manager needed for grassroot development charity in northern Mozambique
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GULUDO is looking for a passionate, hardworking and organised individual to join our team and manage our charity, Nema.
You would based in Mozambique in the beautiful Quirimbas National Park and be part of an exciting social enterprise using tourism to promote local development.
GULUDO, the social enterprise, encompasses Guludo Beach Lodge (a stunning eco-resort) and Nema Foundation (implementing projects) together contributing to sustainable development in this area of Northern Mozambique.The role involves overseeing all our projects in the local communities and being a member of the GULUDO team, helping in any area of the social enterprise.
This is a great
opportunity to gain relevant work experience in the development sector, see and understand how a social enterprise works on the ground while
being part of an exciting approach to local development.
1. People Management: Managing a team of 8 full-time Mozambican staff, occasional volunteers and over 100 community volunteers
2. Project Management: Implementing education, health, agriculture, water and enterprise projects on the ground via local staff and community volunteers
3. Financial Management: managing budgets, recording income & expenditure, tracking donations, ensuring good cash-flow
4. Monitoring & Evaluation: Checking on project progress and reporting findings back to donors and Trustees
5. Logistics: Procuring supplies, running workshops, meeting with contractors, dealing with banking, legal and customs
6. Fundraising: Securing new funding from a range of donors, including companies, individuals, and not-for-profit organisations
1. Prior experience in International Development
2. Prior experience of living and working in a developing country
3. Educated to Degree Level
4. Excellent organisational and time-management skills: prioritising workload, multi-tasking, the ability to be adaptable and flexible in a challenging environment
5. A good and patient communicator who can build professional relations and interact with a range of audiences, including local communities, local government, and other NGOs
6. A motivated self-starter who can lead on new initiatives and projects
7. A problem-solver who can make tough decisions and find solutions to difficult problems
8. Excellent IT skills; Word, Excel, Outlook and Powerpoint
9. A good grasp of English and Portuguese. Swahili and Spanish would also be an asset
10. Full driving license
The successful candidate must cover the cost of their visa and transportation to and from Pemba, Mozambique. We provide full-board and accommodation.
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