Our partner organisation Neema Crafts is looking for managers. Candidates will be qualified, highly motivated and competent with relevant experience.
Creativity and imagination is at the heart of the Neema Crafts centre and they are looking for someone with a passion for the vision and mission of the organisation.
Neema Crafts is a project of the Anglican Diocese of Ruaha. It serves the needs of over 120 people with disabilities by providing training and employment in a number of vocational areas such as tailoring, carpentry, catering and hospitality. Since its foundation in 2003, the project has built a reputation across Tanzania as a place that provides high quality products and services and great hope to those living with a disability in the region.
There are currently two management positions with Neema. The skills desired are: managing orders: planning weekly production and communicating with customers; working alongside department leaders and developing their capacity; supervision of stock management and sourcing suppliers; auditing stock and planning for exhibitions; overseeing staff house building project; helping to supervise the Neema cafe and kitchen areas; supervising the maintenance of the centre and production equipment; and running classes in English, IT and basic maths skills.
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