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Aug 112017
 

A reputable licensed cocoa buying company is seeking applications from suitably qualified candidates for the under-listed position: District Managers

Job Description

• To carry out general operational works of the district.
• Manage the District records
• Prepare and submit weekly reports on cash transfers and cocoa purchases and evacuation to the Head Office
• Organize farmers society development and education

Qualification Required & Experience

• Educational level required. HND Purchasing and Supply, HND Marketing, HND Accountancy / ACCA level II/CA Ghana Level II and First Degree in a relevant course including Agricultural Science and Agric. Business
• A minimum of (3) years working experience in the cocoa purchasing or value chain industry
• Must have good reputable from the previous place of work
• Should be willing to travel to remote cocoa growing communities on short notice
• Must be able to post sufficient collateral for the job at the following locations,

Location: Accra, Kumasi, Sunyani, Takoradi and Cape Coast

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