The Nuru Workshop in Tanzania is seeking an experienced manager. Nuru Workshop is a Christian endeavour to provide meaningful training and employment for adults with physical disabilities. The workers produce a wide range of handicrafts which are sold to cover costs and provide a living allowance. The manager will work closely with the committee of the Nuru Workshop and will be accountable to the convener/chairperson of the Imbaseni Trust Tanzania.
- ensuring the day to day functioning of the workshop
- monitoring and managing staff
- ensuring the cleanliness, tidiness and good repair of the work shop, the hostel, the pump station, the sewage system and mains water supply
- managing a good production rate in accordance with demand
- arranging and supervising a rota system for the different craft stations
- ensuring the completion of orders to an excellent standard and on time
- attending to staff problems related to the work place
- ensuring the physical, spiritual, emotional and educational welfare of staff
- offering pastoral care and counselling where needed
- networking with other networks for additional support
- overseeing all aspects of the financial management, including reporting back
- supervision, recruitment and management of new volunteers
- supporting new development and introducing new initiatives including new markets
Successful candidates will have relevant qualifications and experience.
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