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NAFASI ZA KAZI CRDB BANK PLC , AUGUST 2017


Background:
CRDB Bank PLC is looking for suitable person to fill a vacant position of Loan Work Out Specialist in the Department of Special Asset Management at the Head Office, in Dar es Salaam Tanzania.

LOAN WORK OUT SPECIALIST

Job Summary:
Negotiate and formalize retention or liquidation workout solutions with defaulted borrowers, in an
effort to minimize foreclosure and to mitigate loss to the borrower and/or the company.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Negotiate and finalize specific terms of retention or liquidation workout solution with
borrower.
Analyze financial statements, loan documentation and other relevant data to determine
best workout solution.
Conduct gain/loss analysis on loans to project any potential future loss versus the
acceptance of a short sale, deed in lieu, or cash for keys.
Facilitate disposition efforts with borrowers, loan officers, attorneys, recovery agents, title
companies and/or other third parties. Follow up as needed to ensure closure of approved
deals.
Educate and counsel borrower on workout options and the implication of each option.
Obtain transaction approval by preparing deal package for management review. Present
liquidation offers that may result in a loss to management that will result in the maximum
return for the company/investor.
Maintain current status of each deal in loan servicing system; provide updates to
management as needed; and gather documents for investor reporting.
Perform other duties as assigned.

Preferred Qualifications - Education and Experience :

Degree in finance, economics, banking or equivalent
At least 10 years experience in corporate loan restructuring, workout and/or recovery
through receivership or liquidation
Experience in mergers and acquisitions
Experience in handling agribusiness loans
Experience in handling group companies both local and international

General Profile and Attribute for All Applicants:

Negotiation skills
Time management skills
Attention to details
Ability to make decisions independently within set policies and procedures
Ability to read and interpret documents such as policy manuals, safety rules,
Skills in developing financial modeling
Excellence in interpersonal, communication and team skills
Analytical ability, adaptability, initiative and resourcefulness
Strong rapport and relationship building skills
Good level of business awareness and problem solving

Remuneration:
CRDB BANK PLC offers competitive remuneration and benefits. Successful candidate will receive
attractive and competitive package commensurate with demands of the position.

Mode of Application & Closing Date
Interested candidates who meet the above criteria should submit an Application Letter
accompanied with copies of academic transcript, certificates and with a detailed up to date CV
with two work related referees addressed to the Director of Human Resources not later than 1st
September 2017.

Director of Human Resources
CRDB Bank Limited
P.O.Box 268
DAR ES SALAAAM
Tel: 022-2117441/7

LOAN WORK OUT SPECIALIST JOB AT CRDB BANK PLC


Background:
CRDB Bank PLC is looking for suitable person to fill a vacant position of Loan Work Out Specialist in the Department of Special Asset Management at the Head Office, in Dar es Salaam Tanzania.

LOAN WORK OUT SPECIALIST

Job Summary:
Negotiate and formalize retention or liquidation workout solutions with defaulted borrowers, in an
effort to minimize foreclosure and to mitigate loss to the borrower and/or the company.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Negotiate and finalize specific terms of retention or liquidation workout solution with
borrower.
Analyze financial statements, loan documentation and other relevant data to determine
best workout solution.
Conduct gain/loss analysis on loans to project any potential future loss versus the
acceptance of a short sale, deed in lieu, or cash for keys.
Facilitate disposition efforts with borrowers, loan officers, attorneys, recovery agents, title
companies and/or other third parties. Follow up as needed to ensure closure of approved
deals.
Educate and counsel borrower on workout options and the implication of each option.
Obtain transaction approval by preparing deal package for management review. Present
liquidation offers that may result in a loss to management that will result in the maximum
return for the company/investor.
Maintain current status of each deal in loan servicing system; provide updates to
management as needed; and gather documents for investor reporting.
Perform other duties as assigned.

Preferred Qualifications - Education and Experience :

Degree in finance, economics, banking or equivalent
At least 10 years experience in corporate loan restructuring, workout and/or recovery
through receivership or liquidation
Experience in mergers and acquisitions
Experience in handling agribusiness loans
Experience in handling group companies both local and international

General Profile and Attribute for All Applicants:

Negotiation skills
Time management skills
Attention to details
Ability to make decisions independently within set policies and procedures
Ability to read and interpret documents such as policy manuals, safety rules,
Skills in developing financial modeling
Excellence in interpersonal, communication and team skills
Analytical ability, adaptability, initiative and resourcefulness
Strong rapport and relationship building skills
Good level of business awareness and problem solving

Remuneration:
CRDB BANK PLC offers competitive remuneration and benefits. Successful candidate will receive
attractive and competitive package commensurate with demands of the position.

Mode of Application & Closing Date
Interested candidates who meet the above criteria should submit an Application Letter
accompanied with copies of academic transcript, certificates and with a detailed up to date CV
with two work related referees addressed to the Director of Human Resources not later than 1st
September 2017.

Director of Human Resources
CRDB Bank Limited
P.O.Box 268
DAR ES SALAAAM
Tel: 022-2117441/7

KUITWA KWENYE USAILI PPF PENSIONS FUND



NAFASI ZA KAZI MOROGORO - Sustainable Agriculture Tanzania

Food Technologist 
is responsible for establishing the Food Processing and Product Development department at SAT Farm. Specific duties will include;
• Source ingredients for products, and find the best ways of combining, processing, storing and preserving them to maintain taste and nutritional value.
• Source equipment and tools for the food processing facility.
• Develop packaging, marketing plans and manufacturing processes for these products.
• Develop new and improve existing food products, and set standards for producing, packaging and marketing food.
• Develop the Food Processing department and product line at SAT Farm.
• Ensuring that food safety and hygiene standards are met.
• Training of staff, farmers and pastoralists in Food processing, packaging and value addition.
• Testing and examining samples.
• Liaising with SAT facilitators and marketing staff.
• Identifying and choosing products from farmers.
• Monitoring the use of additives in food products.
• Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her leader.
Skills and qualifications: BSc. Food Science and Technology, BSc. Bioprocess and Post-Harvest Engineering, BSc. Human Nutrition or any related qualification from a reputable institution. Minimum three (3) years’ experience in Product Development, Food Processing and Value Addition, Branding and Packaging is a must.
Shop Manager
 is responsible for providing consistently great customer experience in the shop at SAT Organic Shop and manages home delivery service. Specific duties will include;
• Reaching sales targets and increasing profits
• Providing fantastic customer service
• Dealing with customer service issues such as queries and complaints
• Supervising shop keeper and organising training
• Organising rotation and holidays
• Overseeing stock control and receiving orders
• Seeking new and innovative ways to do business that will increase sales performance within SAT Organic Shop.
• Creating a good working environment for your team
• Being a role model to your team by taking pride in preparing, handling, presenting and selling organic products
• Recording and monitoring all shop financial and other matters.
• Building and keeping good relations with customers for future sales.
• Implementing and providing Home Delivery Service of organic products within Morogoro.
Skills and qualifications: Should have at least Certificate or Diploma in Marketing, Business administration, Sales and Marketing or any relevant field. fluent in English, minimum three (3) years’ experience in sales, business administration or any other related fields, holding a driving license class A.
Market facilitator 
assists the Pre-sales Manager, with facilitating farmers in entrepreneurship, organised production, measures for organic certification.
Specific duties will include;
• Facilitating farmers in entrepreneurship and organised production in villages and at SAT Farmer Training Centre.
• Guiding farmers through organic certification and preparing them for contract farming (field visits).
• Conducting internal inspections in farmers’ fields
• Conducting farm land surveys and collecting regularly information about ongoing and expected production
• Planning and organizing promotional presentations.
• Preparing monthly reports of accomplished work.
• Managing marketing information system.
• Field visits and follow ups on production areas.
• Exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishment
Skills and qualifications: Should have at least a degree or advanced diploma in Agronomy, Horticulture or General Agriculture and or related fields, being able and willing to ride a motorcycle, minimum three (3) years’ working experience, fluent in English and Swahili, conversant with computer applications, good communication skills and knowledge in Agriculture and Marketing will be an added advantage.
Farm Manager 
is responsible for planning, organising and managing the activities on the farm as well as carry out training on livestock keeping. Specific tasks include:
• Oversee the day to day management of the farm (horticulture, forestry, livestock, training, field crops, processing and administration departments)
• Planning activities for farm staff, mentoring and monitoring them.
• Overseeing the strategic plan for SAT Farm and actively participate in planning activities
• Proper administration, reporting and documentation of farm activities
• Develop and prepare the annual operating budget
• Overseeing the research activities and carry out experiments on the farm
• Track stock of farm supplies, equipment and place orders where necessary
• Arranging the maintenance and repair of farm buildings, machinery and equipment
• Establish and manage the livestock component at SAT farm (Animal Management and production, Animal breeding and nutrition, Pasture management, Marketing of animals and animal products, conduct Animal production projections, Administrative, planning and advisory responsibilities.)
• Conduct trainings for farmers in villages and at the farmer training centre in Vianzi
• Maintaining and monitoring the quality of yield, whether livestock or crops
• Understanding the implications of the weather and making contingency plans
• Monitoring animal health and welfare, including liaising with vets
• Maintaining a knowledge of pests and diseases and an understanding of how they spread and how to treat them
• Applying health and safety standards across the farm estate
• Protecting the environment and maintaining biodiversity
• Keeping farm records up to date.
• Active representative of SAT and attend conferences
• Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her leader.
Skills and qualifications: Masters of Science in Agriculture or related field from a reputable institution. Minimum 3 years of relevant experience on a managerial position is a must. Knowledge of Animal Science and health is an added advantage.
Application must be sent in soft copy to the Human Resource Officer (Email address kevin.malimali@kilimo.org). CV including current contacts of three references (one of whom should be the immediate employer), copies of relevant certificates, transcripts and testimonials and current and expected remuneration all to be submitted before 12.00 noon 30th August 2017. We value all applications but only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews. If you don’t hear from us after 15th September 2017, consider yourself unsuccessful. Qualified and interested female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Various Job positions at African Export-Import Bank

The African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) is a pan-African multilateral financial institution established in 1993, for the purpose of financing and promoting intra and extra African trade. “The Bank” is currently hiring the below positions. All positions are based at “The Bank’s” Headquarters (HQ) in Cairo, Egypt unless otherwise stated. To view further information on Afreximbank, please visit their website: www.afreximbank.com
Director, Export Development Programme (HQ)
Contact: Danelle at danelle@caglobalint.com
Senior Manager, Export Development (HQ)
Contact: Danelle at danelle@caglobalint.com
Manager, Loan Remediation (Risk Management) (HQ)
Contact: Pandora at pandora@caglobalint.com
Manager, Trade Finance (HQ)
Contact: Danelle at danelle@caglobalint.com
Manager, Client Relations Intra African Trade Initiative (English & French Required) (HQ)
Contact: Lizette at lizette@caglobalint.com
Assistant Manager, Finance (Financial Accounting) (HQ)
Contact: Danelle at danelle@caglobalint.com
Assistant Manager, Advisory & Capital Markets (HQ)
Contact: Thania at thania@caglobalint.com 
Associate, Trade Finance (HQ)
Contact: Danelle at danelle@caglobalint.com 
Associate, Banking Operations (Trade Services) (HQ)
Contact: Thania at thania@caglobalint.com 
Senior Manager, Loan Remediation (Risk Management) (HQ) 
Contact: Pandora at pandora@caglobalint.com 
Senior Manager, Syndications (Distributions) (HQ)
Contact: Thania at thania@caglobalint.com 
 
Manager, Loan Remediation (Risk Management) - Nigeria
Contact: Pandora at pandora@caglobalint.com 
Manager, Equity Mobilisation (HQ)
Contact: Pandora at pandora@caglobalint.com
Manager, Client Relations Intra African Trade Initiative - Nigeria
Contact: Lizette at lizette@caglobalint.com
Assistant Manager, Banking Operations (Loan Administration) (HQ)
Contact: Thania at thania@caglobalint.com
Assistant Manager, Client Relations (HQ)
Contact: Lizette at lizette@caglobalint.com 
Associate, Client Relations (HQ)
Contact: Lizette at lizette@caglobalint.com
Senior Manager, Client Relations (HQ)
Contact: Lizette at lizette@caglobalint.com 
Manager, Project Finance (HQ)
Contact: Thania at thania@caglobalint.com
Manager, Compliance (HQ)
Contact Pandora at pandora@caglobalint.com 
Manager, Trade Finance (Anglophone West Africa) - Nigeria
Contact: Danelle at danelle@caglobalint.com
Manager, Client Relations (English & French Required) - Ivory Coast
Contact: Lizette at lizette@caglobalint.com
Assistant Manager, Banking Operations (Trade Services) (HQ)
Contact: Thania at thania@caglobalint.com 
Assistant Manager, Project Finance (HQ)
Contact: Thania at thania@caglobalint.com 
Associate, Export Development (HQ)
Contact: Danelle at danelle@caglobalint.com
CA Global Headhunters has been exclusively retained to search and select the final shortlists for these positions. To apply, please visit our websitewww.ca-finance.com/latest-jobs or for more information contact Bryan Le Roux, Director at CA Global Headhunters on +27 (0) 216599200

ICD Islamic Finance Talent Development Program

MIRAS - The ICD Islamic Finance Talent Development Program
The Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD), member of the Islamic Development Bank Group is mandated to support the economic development of its member countries through the development of the Private Sector. ICD is seeking applicants for its MIRAS program which aims to develop leaders and professionals to support the growth of the Islamic Finance industry. In addition to a Master Degree with IE Business School – Spain, the program provides on the job training and exposure to different aspects of Islamic Finance.
Applicants Profile:
  • Have a master degree in Finance, Economics or relevant discipline.  
  • Have more than 3 years of hard core experience in financial institution.  
  • Bilingual in English and Arabic /French / Russian.
For more information on the program and application, please visit our website

Country Director for Burundi, DRC & South Sudan

EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES TO WORK IN EAST AFRICA WITH THE LARGEST AID-FOR-TRADE FACILITY IN THE WORLD!
TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) is funded by a range of development agencies with the aim of growing prosperity in East Africa through trade. We believe that enhanced trade contributes to economic growth, a reduction in poverty and subsequently increased prosperity. TMEA is now the largest aid-for-trade facility in the world and we have vibrant and successful country programmes in Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Burundi, and South Sudan. The first phase of TMEA has delivered exceptional results which have directly contributed to substantial gains in East Africa’s trade and regional integration environment in terms of reduced transit times, improved border efficiency, and reduced barriers to trade.
The second phase, which starts in mid-2017, aims to deliver even more large-scale impact to maximise the potential benefits of aid-for-trade interventions.  We are looking for high calibre, results-oriented and experienced professionals for the position of:
Country Director for  Burundi, DRC & South Sudan
We have vibrant and successful country programmes in Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Burundi, and South Sudan, and we are setting up in DRC.
The Country Director (CD) has the overall responsibility for strategy development and delivering quality results for the Burundi, DRC and South Sudan portfolio in line with TMEA’s Strategy and Project Cycle Management (PCM) Guidelines. In addition, the CD is responsible for managing and maintaining strategic relationships with government, the private sector, civil society and the donor community in the three countries.
The ideal candidate will be a graduate with 10 years’ experience (5 of which should have been gained in Africa) in managing economic development co-operation programmes and projects, preferably related to trade and regional integration, trade facilitation, private sector development and investment climate reform, transport sector development, and/or institutional reform. S/he should have a deep understanding of the political context of the three countries, strong programme cycle management skills, proven ability in preparing project documents, and effective inter-personal skills to build lasting partnerships and manage each of the country teams successfully.
Application details
The detailed job profile for this post can be accessed on our website www.trademarkea.com.
The position is available on contract to 30 June 2019 with the possibility of renewal. Please apply online through http://www.trademarkea.com/work-with-us/ by Friday, 1 September 2017, 5.00pm East African time and ensure that you attach your cover letter and detailed CV, including details of your qualifications, experience, and present position. Your application should also include a working e-mail address, daytime telephone contacts, and names and contact details of three referees. Interviews will be conducted in September 2017 in Nairobi, Kenya.
Please note that we will only consider applications received on-line through the link provided above. Applications received after the deadline will not be accepted. We reserve the right to accept or reject any application. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
TradeMark East Africa is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to open and transparent recruitment processes.

Director, Sustainable & Inclusive Trade

EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES TO WORK IN EAST AFRICA WITH THE LARGEST AID-FOR-TRADE FACILITY IN THE WORLD!
TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) is funded by a range of development agencies with the aim of growing prosperity in East Africa through trade. We believe that enhanced trade contributes to economic growth, a reduction in poverty and subsequently increased prosperity. TMEA is now the largest aid-for-trade facility in the world and we have vibrant and successful country programmes in Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Burundi, and South Sudan. The first phase of TMEA has delivered exceptional results which have directly contributed to substantial gains in East Africa’s trade and regional integration environment in terms of reduced transit times, improved border efficiency, and reduced barriers to trade.
The second phase, which starts in mid-2017, aims to deliver even more large-scale impact to maximise the potential benefits of aid-for-trade interventions.  We are looking for high calibre, results-oriented and experienced professionals for the position of:
Director, Sustainable & Inclusive Trade
A critical component of our approach includes actively mainstreaming sustainable and inclusive approaches in gender, poverty, safeguards, environment and climate change into our programming.
The Director, Sustainable & Inclusive Trade (SIT) is responsible for establishing robust linkages between TMEA’s programming and the SIT social development outcomes.
The ideal candidate will have a Master’s degree in Gender, Development, Social Sciences or related field, with 10 years’  advisory or management experience working on SIT development concepts and related issues. S/he will have demonstrable ability to engage and empower individuals to understand, appreciate and make the case for SIT concerns and priorities. In addition, s/he will be an excellent leader with the inter-personal skills to build lasting and successful partnerships.
Application details
The detailed job profile for this post can be accessed on our website www.trademarkea.com.
The position is available on contract to 30 June 2019 with the possibility of renewal. Please apply online through http://www.trademarkea.com/work-with-us/ by Friday, 1 September 2017, 5.00pm East African time and ensure that you attach your cover letter and detailed CV, including details of your qualifications, experience, and present position. Your application should also include a working e-mail address, daytime telephone contacts, and names and contact details of three referees. Interviews will be conducted in September 2017 in Nairobi, Kenya.
Please note that we will only consider applications received on-line through the link provided above. Applications received after the deadline will not be accepted. We reserve the right to accept or reject any application. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
TradeMark East Africa is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to open and transparent recruitment processes

Energy Program Manager

Energy Program Manager
International Programs (Washington, DC)
 
The National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC), a 501©4 trade association, seeks a Program Manager for its international energy regulatory programs.  The Program Manager will support the activities of NARUC’s International Department that promote exchange of best practices in energy regulation between U.S. public utility commissions and energy regulators in emerging and transitioning economies around the world.  
 
Responsibilities
 
The Program Manager has significant responsibilities related to coordination of planning, designing, implementing and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) for bilateral and regional projects. The Program Manager collaborates closely with program staff (POs and SPOs) to ensure timely and effective implementation of programs and reporting to donors. The Program Manager serves as a project leader for a small team. He/she monitors workplan and activity implementation of team members and provides formal mentoring and training to other program staff.  
 
The position is grant-funded and is conditioned upon continued donor funding and satisfactory performance of duties. 
 
Requirements
 
The Program Manager splits time between coordination of reporting, oversight of program implementation and training for program staff. The position requires: sound knowledge of the energy sector and issues facing emerging and transitioning economies; previous experience in program management, mentoring and oversight of workflow processes; strong organizational skills and attention to detail; prior experience with managing donor relations and senior delegations in developing countries; internet website development skills; strong communication, strategic thinking abilities and analytical skills; and excellent English writing and presentation skills. 
 
The position also requires a proven track record of program management, including project design, monitoring and reporting throughout the project lifecycle.  This position requires significant experience in donor communications, implementation, impact assessment, and logistical coordination of large-scale international and domestic events involving multiple stakeholders. Experience with team leadership and training is desirable.
 
The position requires strong strategic-planning experience, ability to work in a fast-paced environment, diplomacy and problem-solving skills.  The position will work with numerous international program implementation staff within the department and must be able to juggle multiple projects with short deadlines. 
 
International travel required (approx 25-40% of time). 
 
Education and Experience
 
An advanced degree in Energy/Environmental Science, International Relations, Public Administration or a related field and 5-7 years of professional experience is required.  Coursework in economics is very helpful.  Knowledge of the nonprofit or association environment is desirable.  Knowledge and/or experience with USAID and USG regulations and procedures highly desirable.  Language proficiency in geographically-relevant regions preferred (Spanish, French or Russian).
 
Must have excellent writing and communication skills. 
 
Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. The organization offers a generous benefits package. 
 
Must be US citizen or have US work permit.  

Please send cover letter, resume, and salary history to Ms. Erin Hammel (job@naruc.org), Director, International Programs, NARUC, www.naruc.org/international.  No telephone calls. EOE

Technical Advisor - Energy Regulation

Technical Advisor, Energy Regulation
International Programs (Washington, DC)
 
The National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC), a 501©4 trade association, seeks a Technical Advisor for its international energy regulatory programs. 
 
The Technical Advisor will serve as an in-house technical expert to guide and support NARUC’s international projects that work with energy regulators in transitioning and emerging economies in Africa, Asia, Caribbean/Latin America, Eurasia and/or other geographic regions. 
 
Responsibilities
 
The Technical Advisor will serve as a project advisor to selected projects, which can include drafting and/or reviewing project deliverables, leading workshops/trainings, and conducing in-country field work. The Technical Advisor will also review and edit project deliverables prepared by outside project consultants.  The Technical Advisor will work closely with various levels of staff in the International Department to develop and implement results-oriented project annual workplans and specific consultancy scopes of work for partners and donor approval.   In addition, the Technical Advisor will play a significant role with donor outreach and new project development.    
 
The position is grant-funded and is conditioned upon continued donor funding and satisfactory performance of duties. 
 
Requirements
 
Requires significant experience and practitioner-level knowledge of a broad range of technical issues, including but not limited to tariff methodology, cyber security, critical infrastructure, gas market regulation, electricity market regulation, grid system expansion and stability, independence and transparency of the regulator, unbundling and accounting, promotion of investment, etc.  Under NARUC’s programming for results design, the Technical Advisor must be able to identify necessary stepping stones and phases for various energy reform processes and be able to translate regulatory best practices from the U.S., EU/Third Energy Package and other international experiences into the context of emerging economies. 
 
The position also requires a proven track record of program management, including project design, monitoring and reporting throughout the project lifecycle.  The Technical Advisor will support drafting scopes of work and management of consulting agreements.  Experience working in international development with major donors is highly desirable.  The position requires strong strategic-planning experience, ability to work in a fast-paced environment, diplomacy and problem-solving skills.   The Technical Advisor must have strong organizational skills and attention to detail.  The position will work with numerous international program implementation staff within the department and must be able to juggle multiple projects with short deadlines. 
 
International travel required (approx 25-40% of time). 
 
Education and Experience
 
An advanced degree and 6-8+ years of professional experience in energy regulation is required.  Experience in working with emerging and transitioning economies is desired.  Must have excellent writing and communication skills.  
 
Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. The organization offers a generous benefits package. 
 
Must be US citizen or have US work permit.  

Please send cover letter, resume, and salary history to Ms. Erin Hammel (job@naruc.org), Director, International Programs, NARUC, www.naruc.org/international .  No telephone calls. EOE
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