Martin Geake – TBN Member and CEO of Send a Cow – is seeking a Director of Programmes & Collaborations.
Send a Cow has been operating for 25 years and helps African families develop sustainable farming businesses that generate sufficient food and income for their whole family. They are very much working in the TBN-space and aim to help people out of poverty for good using enterprise.
Recent growth means they are seeking a Director of Programmes & Collaborations with experience at senior management team level and of leading and managing a team to achieve growth. The person should have exposure to working internationally and should be an excellent networker and public speaker.
The role is based in Bath and applications are open until 10th October 2012. Interviews will be held on 18th October at Newton St. Loe, near Bath.
More details can be found in the document below, and a full job description and application form are available at sendacow.org.uk/jobs
“For 25 years Send a Cow has transformed the lives of tens of thousands of African families by helping them develop successful small farming businesses that generate sufficient food and income for the whole family. By providing initial support, we enable families to work their way out of poverty for good.
We are now entering an exciting period of growth as the Send a Cow approach has become increasingly recognised and adopted. Based in Bath and reporting to the Chief Executive, the Director will lead the international team, delivering rapid growth in our programmes in Africa and in progamme funding and developing increasing collaborations with other organisations.
To succeed in this newly created role, you will have demonstrable experience at senior management team level and of leading and managing a team to achieve dynamic growth. You will have some exposure to working internationally and you will be an excellent networker and public speaker. You will enjoy working in a small team which is committed to bringing our life changing work to thousands of families in Africa.
If you enjoy working in a stimulating environment and are looking for a challenging role, then please visit our website: www.sendacow.org.uk for a copy of the job description and application form. Alternatively, phone Chris Sadgrove on 01225 871913 for more details on how to apply. Closing date for completed applications is 10th October 2012 and Interviews for shortlisted candidates will be held on 18th October at Newton St Loe, near Bath.
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