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Front Of House Management Couple - Botswana
Description:
Click for a profile of PCSA Based in northern Botswana, the lodge has an exciting opportunity for a Front of House Camp Management Couple. The successful candidates will report to the Concession Managers and should be willing to work for extended periods in a remote environment. They will be based at one camp which is an 18 bedded luxury photographic camp situated in the Linyanti region of Northern Botswana. The camp has 38 staff members including a management team of 5.

Duties will include the following: Combined responsibilities include: Full responsibility for guests during their stay from arrival to departure. Hosting of guests at all meals. Managing and leading the front of house team. Mentoring and training the front of house team. Responsible for housekeeping in rooms and FOH. Responsible for all maintenance standards FOH. Maintaining set standards and implementing new systems. Stock taking.

Benefits will include: 50% contribution to Bomaid medical aid scheme B (www.bomaid.co.bw) or equivalent value paid as a taxable allowance for a medical aid of the employee's choice. Work leave structure 3 months on, 27 days off. 10 front of house bed nights per annum (conditions apply). 14 back of house visitation nights per annum. Discretionary bonuses paid in December. All meals, accommodation and transport into and out of camp to or from Maun / Kasane. Gratuity of 1 day's salary per complete month payable on termination of contract or after 5 years of service.



Skills/Requirements:
The candidate must have the following qualifications: Tertiary qualification preferably a degree or diploma in Hospitality / Tourism or similar. Management experience in luxury camp environment. International experience an advantage. Valid Passport.

The candidate must have the following skills: Strong administrative skills. Maintenance skills and experience an advantage. Experience and ability to train staff. Fully computer literate. Proficient in English, ability to communicate in foreign languages are an advantage. Enthusiasm, passion and energy. Minimum of 3 contactable references. Candidates need to be mature, well educated, well presented and well spoken. Candidates need to be responsible, able to work under pressure and unsupervised. Candidates need to be willing to work in remote areas for extended periods of time.



· Reference: LS-70566-1608
· Salary: BWP25-30K per month basic salary for the couple
· Country: Botswana
· Province:
· Date Posted: 16 Apr 2015
· Employer type: Game Farm & Lodge

Permanent / Relief Camp Managers - North east section of the Okavango Delta
Description:
Click for a profile of Nomad Adventure Tours Group of tented camps situated in the North east section of the Okavango Delta looking for permanent and relief managers. Incumbents should have previous experience Managing a lodge in the Delta. Applicants must have a valid Botswana work permit. Manager will be expected to assist with general maintenance, as well as logistical and operational planning between the lodges.

· Reference: LS-70553-1409
· Salary: P15 000 per month
· Country: Botswana
· Province:
· Date Posted: 14 Apr 2015
· Employer type:

Lodge Management Couple - Lease - outer addo
Description:
A well known Game farm / Lodge is considering to let its star graded 12 room lodge to a management couple to run for their own account. The leasing responsibility will only involve lodge management, catering and hospitality aspects and will exclude farm management. A resident ranger will offer game drives and will be in charge of farm related jobs and supplies.

The lodge also have a 2 bedroom manager's cottage. This is an ideal role for a couple with extensive lodge management / hospitality experience to move to a safe life style in a beautiful game farm and to run the F&B, catering side for their own account.

Interested candidates pls apply with CV and references



Skills/Requirements:
A former hospitality education and experience in upmarket lodge / guest house management is a prerequisit. Marketing experience,knowledge and skills are essential. Solid financial acumen and financial capability to run own business responsibly is required..Not required but former ownership of similar business would be an advantage.

No investment required as lodge will be leased fully operational. The management couple will not have to pay any rental and will earn a portion of the room rate and will run the entire FB operation for their own account and will be expected to sustain the 4 star standards with no compromise.



· Reference: LS-70548-1312
· Salary: lease the lodge for own account
· Country: South Africa
· Province: Eastern Cape
· Date Posted: 13 Apr 2015
· Employer type: Game Farm & Lodge

Lodge Manageress - near kirkwood
Description:
An award winner 4 star Eastern Cape game lodge located near Kirkwood is looking for a Hospitality manageress; to run the day to day management of the lodge, supervise the housekeeping, kitchen and reception. This role can also be suitable for a couple with correct skill set and experience to work together. The role will be a live in role and incumbents will have to embrace the farm life, obtaining their off days around shopping trips, etc..

All interested candidates are required to be in possession of a diploma for hospitality and minimum 3 years experience in running a 4-5 star lodge. A previous living experience in a remote farm / lodge is also required.

Interested candidates pls apply with CV to date and accurate PHOTO.





Skills/Requirements:
A hospitable personality, a well organised process driven work ethic, hard working and honest, good written and oral communication skills in english, sufficient computer literacy and knowledge in managing electronic listings and web optimisation are essential qualifications.

Additional languages, marketing skills and knowledge, FGASA level 1 or 2 certificate as well as other relevant paper work such as a valid First aid certificate, PDP , PH certificate and experience, Equestrian knowledge and experience will also be a preference. Min 2-3 year commitment is required.



· Reference: LS-70547-1311
· Salary: R7000 neg + accommodation
· Country: South Africa
· Province: Eastern Cape
· Date Posted: 13 Apr 2015
· Employer type: Game Farm & Lodge

Lodge Manager (couple) - Waterberg
Description:
At 38 000 hectares in size, Welgevonden Private Game Reserve lies in the Waterberg plateau, just north of Johannesburg. It is home to over 50 different mammals, including the Big Five. It is the diversity of habitat on the reserve that encourages such a wide range of wildlife as well as over 250 bird species.

The couples's primary responsibilities will be run the entire lodge to the best international standards - including guest satisfaction; guiding; cleanliness; hygiene; maintenance; staff happiness and motivation as well as cost efficiency.

Duties:

  • Conservation and Game Ranger duties
  • Kitchen Duties (Help prepare meals & cook three meals a day)
  • Administration and reception including accounting and invoicing,
  • Maintain and service the lodge, its vehicles, trailer and equipment and its surrounds to ensure everything is fully operational and well maintained
  • Food and Beverage Management
  • Driving game vehicles and guests
  • Housekeeping and Security
  • Managerial responsibilities


Skills/Requirements:
  • Matric
  • Tertiary qualification an advantage
  • 2 Years' experience in managing or assistant managing of a game lodge
  • Field Guide qualification and three years' experience in guiding in “Big 5” game reserves
  • Firearm experience
  • Computer skills - MS Office and knowledge of Accounting Programs
  • Able to creatively solve problems
  • Ability to communicate with all levels of staff and guests.
  • Extensive knowledge of game and environments
  • Managerial skills


· Reference: LS-70497-0908
· Salary: Dep on experience
· Country: South Africa
· Province: Limpopo
· Date Posted: 09 Apr 2015
· Employer type: Game Farm & Lodge

Guest Operations Manager - Lake Malawi - Mozambique
Description:

Deadline to apply: Wednesday 15 April 2015.

Nkwichi Lodge is located in the Northwest corner of Mozambique, on the eastern side of Lake Malawi/Lake Nyassa. Nkwichi offers a touch of Robinson Crusoe; the chalets are hand-built and sculptured from primordial boulders, with rock-pool outdoor baths, tree-hanging showers, and hand-crafted, natural furniture. Nkwichi has been recognised as a pioneering eco-tourism establishment and has been awarded many accolades.

This role is of a very hands-on nature. You will be expected to act as an example and mentor to expatriate and local staff. Although this is currently an individual position, we will accept applications from a management couple, depending on the suitability of skills of the partner.

The position includes responsibility for the management of Nkwichi Lodge, planning and coordinating all aspects of the guest experience together with the local Guest Manager, including kitchen, housekeeping and guest services, supervision of the Nkwichi shop, maintenance and improvement of lodge appearance, recruitment and management of lodge volunteers, assisting and providing support to Reservations and Marketing Manager (based off-site) including management and promotion of local and online marketing.

The successful applicant will be expected to commit for a minimum of 1 year, with the option of further extension.

Benefits:
 

  • $1,000/month salary;
  • $50/monthly bar allowance;
  • $1,500 annual international travel allowance, valid after 1st year of service;
  • all accommodation and food costs covered;
  • 30 days annual leave, 50% of which valid after 6 months service;
  • all work permits and visa will be covered only with completion of 1st year of service.

The applicant will be responsible for providing their own adequate medical insurance, including emergency evacuation cover.
 



Skills/Requirements:

This position requires a self-motivated person who is determined to drive the lodge forward, with passion. Whilst the lodge is in very beautiful surroundings, it is also very remote, and thus we require people who are capable of getting on well with others. All managers at Nkwichi Lodge are expected to entertain and host guests in the evening as well as to fill any position that the lodge may need help with. No manager is strictly tied down to their employment position and all are expected to help out where and when necessary, including covering other managers' roles during holiday/sick leave. Depending on individual skills and interests, certain departments (such as Housekeeping, Guest Management or Guiding) are allocated to each Manager as a mentor / trainer for the departments' local Managers.

The following skills are required:
 

  • previous lodge/hotel management experience;
  • experience of working in Africa or in remote locations;
  • outstanding interpersonal and organisational skills;
  • familiarity with tourism marketing;
  • patience;
  • Portuguese desired, but not necessary.


· Reference: LS-70457-2803
· Salary: USD 1,000/month
· Country: Mozambique
· Province:
· Date Posted: 28 Mar 2015
· Employer type: Beach/Island Resort

General Manager / Management Couple - Lake Malawi - Mozambique
Description:

Deadline to apply: Monday 13 April 2015.

Nkwichi Lodge is located in the Northwest corner of Mozambique, on the eastern side of Lake Malawi/Lake Nyassa. Nkwichi offers a touch of Robinson Crusoe; the chalets are hand-built and sculptured from primordial boulders, with rock-pool outdoor baths, tree-hanging showers, and hand-crafted, natural furniture. Nkwichi has been recognised as a pioneering eco-tourism establishment and has been awarded many accolades.

This role is of a very hands-on nature. You will be expected to act as an example and mentor to expatriate and local staff. Although this is currently an individual position, we will accept applications from a management couple, depending on the suitability of skills of the partner.

The position includes responsibility for the direction of Nkwichi Lodge, financial control of the company including tight management of budgets, liaison with current shareholders, negotiation with potential investors, Governmental issues including ensuring the company complies with new and existing legal and financial requirements, coordinating supplies and logistics, overseeing Human Resources, assisting and providing support to Reservations and Marketing Manager (based off-site), hosting & guest management and ensuring an excellent on-going relationship with the surrounding communities.

The successful applicant will be expected to commit for a minimum of 1 year, with the option of further extension.

Benefits:
 

  • $1,000/month salary;
  • $50/monthly bar allowance;
  • $1,500 annual international travel allowance, valid after 1st year of service;
  • all accommodation and food costs covered;
  • 30 days annual leave, 50% of which valid after 6 months service;
  • all work permits and visa will be covered only with completion of 1st year of service.

The applicant will be responsible for providing their own adequate medical insurance, including emergency evacuation cover.
 



Skills/Requirements:

This position requires a self-motivated person who is determined to drive the lodge forward, with passion. Whilst the lodge is in very beautiful surroundings, it is also very remote, and thus we require people who are capable of getting on well with others. All managers at Nkwichi Lodge are expected to entertain and host guests in the evening as well as to fill any position that the lodge may need help with. No manager is strictly tied down to their employment position and all are expected to help out where and when necessary, including covering other managers' roles during holiday/sick leave. Depending on individual skills and interests, certain departments (such as Housekeeping, Guest Management or Guiding) are allocated to each Manager as a mentor / trainer for the departments' local Managers.

The following skills are required:
 

  • previous lodge/hotel management experience;
  • experience of working in Africa or on remote locations;
  • outstanding interpersonal and organisational skills;
  • familiarity with tourism marketing;
  • accounting experience;
  • patience;
  • Portuguese preferred.


· Reference: LS-70446-2510
· Salary: USD 1,000 / month
· Country: Mozambique
· Province:
· Date Posted: 25 Mar 2015
· Employer type: Beach/Island Resort

Management Couple - Liwonde National Park
Description:
Central African Wilderness Safaris is looking for dynamic management couple for Mvuu Lodge. Our requirements are very specific and we hope that the following description will give you the information you need to decide if this might be the job for you.

Who are we?
Central African Wilderness Safaris www.cawsmw.com was formed in 1987 and until last year was part of the well known Wilderness Safaris Group. In 2014, the owners, Chris and Pam Badger bought the Wilderness Safaris share in the business and are now sole owners. Since humble beginnings with one safari vehicle and 2 employees the company now operates 4 lodges with 130 beds, and has a fleet of mobile safari vehicles and a busy office in the capital Lilongwe. Growing the company, particularly in Malawi where the challenges presented by grinding poverty and a fast increasing population put huge pressure on protected areas has placed us at the very forefront of conservation in the country, striving to prove that well managed lodges and camps providing both employment, training, and being involved with many community and conservation schemes are the best means to conserve wild areas.

What is Malawi like ?
Apart from being our home it is a country with potential and challenges in equal measure-small, very beautiful and spectacularly diverse - to a keen birder ( and at least one of you should be to tick all our boxes!!) this can be summed up in a species count of over 620 birds in a small country without a coastline .

Health issues?
Often a concern for new arrivals-malaria is the major issue to be aware of-it is prevalent at Mvuu but is easily avoided by sensible precautions such as sleeping under a net, spraying, and is also easily diagnosed and treated here-we do get lots of practice!

What's Mvuu Lodge like ?
You can get the pics and descriptions off the website-additional info that is relevant is that it is close to Mvuu Camp so many of the functions of running a lodge are handled with the camp-i.e shopping runs, maintenance, and the nature of our business in Malawi is that our guest base is wide-we get many locals from within Malawi,both citizens and expatriates visiting ,and international guests, almost always booked through our trade partners .

Guiding
We have excellent guides at the lodge but we expect one of you to also guide, be a great guide, and above all want to guide as well as manage. This is simply because we feel that our managers need to be in tune and in touch with the core of what we do which is to educate, inspire and have fun with our guests.

What is different from other lodges ?
Hopefully, lots! We are involved in several projects in and around Mvuu again refer to the website-we host a bat conservation project, run a black rhino programme, a school, and have our ground breaking orphans programme, Children In the Wilderness www.childreninwilderness.com . As much as possible we try to incorporate all or some of this into the guest experience . While we have great game, glorious birds and wondrous flora we do not have a significant predator population-you will not have the option of whiling away a game drive watching leopard up a tree eating an impala . We strive to mix it up on our activities-never sticking too much to a formula but gauging each guests interests and experience and doing a mixture of walks, boat trips, bush dinners etc to make the stay as interesting as possible.

So what's the deal?

Permits
The successful couple would need to be given work permits and the company would apply for these. The process takes up to 4 months and while we have an almost 100% record in getting these the only honest description of this process is that it is unpredictable and we have had very occasional rejections from the Immigration Authorities.

Where would we stay?
We would supply a modest but comfortable one bedroomed house with decent bathroom and a small garden.

What would working hours and times be?
Anyone familiar with lodge work will know that a day can be from 0500 am to midnight, could be a lot less but you would need to work whatever hours are necessary depending on occupancies and guest requirements. We work on a pattern of 2 months on and 10 days off and an additional one months leave per year.

Package:
US $3000per month gross ( in total for the couple-not per person) taxed at the prevailing rate of 30% for a nett amount of $2100 This would be paid in the local currency . Once a permits approved you are allowed to remit 2/3 of this into a foreign bank account. Board and keep at Mvuu.



Skills/Requirements:
Conclusion Please read this section carefully!!

We know from experience that there are many great management couples out there with a love of the bush, a passion for their guests, a proven record of motivating and working well with a work force , an ability to be conscious of the bottom line etc . In searching for the ideal couple , please see how many of the following boxes you tick between you.

  • Do you view this work as a career or a stepping stone to a career in the business ?
  • Are you a conservationist. Do you share our vision ?
  • What language(s) do you speak ?
  • Are you naturally outgoing ? (You don't need to be life and soul of the party but you shouldn't be shy)
  • Would you choose to spend your free time in the bush or in wild areas?
  • Have you travelled outside of Africa ?
  • Have you travelled inside of Africa ?
  • Are you a trained field guide who loves guiding and learning ?
  • Do you have experience of running a small kitchen ? Are you a good chef?
  • Have you had any housekeeping experience?
  • Are you practical ? Can you wire a plug ? Can you fix a spare wheel? Do you know anything about boat engines?
  • Are you loyal, hardworking, organised and reliable ?
  • Are you fun to be around? Is the glass half empty or half full?
  • Are you calm under pressure?

Don't be alarmed
if you cannot tick all the boxes-this may not eliminate you from our selection process. Above all we are looking for a couple who will love what they are doing, and run the lodge in such a manner that the guests will feel as if they are staying in your home ( and feeling very comfortable about it) and who constantly strive to make the stay as special as it possibly can be. All the non negotiable strengths of a great lodge need to be there-great food and service, wonderful accommodation, smart, happy, motivated staff, wonderful guiding , ambiance and interaction with guests but the atmosphere should be informal and above all, fun.

· Reference: LS-70439-2409
· Salary: US $3000 per month gross ( in total for the couple-not per person)
· Country: Malawi
· Province:
· Date Posted: 24 Mar 2015
· Employer type: Game Farm & Lodge

Management Couple - Nyika National Park
Description:
Central African Wilderness Safaris is looking for dynamic management couple for Chelinda Lodge in Nyika National Park . Our requirements are very specific and we hope that the following description will give you the information you need to decide if this might be the job for you. Please read this carefully.

Who are we?
Central African Wilderness Safaris www.cawsmw.com was formed in 1987 and until last year was part of the well known Wilderness Safaris Group. In 2014, the owners, Chris and Pam Badger bought the Wilderness Safaris share in the business and are now sole owners. Since humble beginnings with one safari vehicle and 2 employees the company now operates 4 lodges with 130 beds, and has a fleet of mobile safari vehicles and a busy office in the capital Lilongwe. Growing the company, particularly in Malawi where the challenges presented by grinding poverty and a fast increasing population put huge pressure on protected areas has placed us at the very forefront of conservation in the country, striving to prove that well managed lodges and camps providing both employment, training, and being involved with any community and conservation schemes are the best means to conserve wild areas.

What is Malawi like ?
Apart from being our home it is a country with potential and challenges in equal measure-small, very beautiful and spectacularly diverse - to a keen birder ( and at least one of you should be to tick all our boxes!!) this can be summed up in a species count of over 620 birds in a small country without a coastline .

Health issues?
Often a concern for new arrivals-malaria is the major issue to be aware of-it is prevalent at Mvuu but is easily avoided by sensible precautions such as sleeping under a net, spraying, and is also easily diagnosed and treated here-we do get lots of practice!

What's Chelinda Lodge like ?
You can get the pics and descriptions off the website-additional info that is relevant is that it is close to Chelinda Camp so many of the functions of running a lodge are handled with the camp i.e shopping runs, maintenance, and the nature of our business in Malawi is that our guest base is wide-we get many locals from within Malawi, both citizens and expatriates visiting , and international guests, almost always booked through our trade partners .

What is different from other lodges ?
The setting and the nature of the park make this a quite unique lodge. It is 8 log cabins overlooking the high Nyika Grasslands. Everything about the park and lodge are different from just about anywhere else in Africa. If you are an experienced guide it is still unlikely you will be familiar with much of the fauna and flora and would need to embark on a steep learning curve . To many this is a truly magical place but it is not for everyone-the weather is decidedly temperate-it is seldom hot, occasionally warm and is often cold-the winters are freezing. It is essential to us, clichéd as this may sound that the couple managing have a powerful feeling for the magic of their surroundings. Owing to the climate and to the distances of some of the game drive loops we will often go out for the whole day, tasking lunch with us and visiting some of the northern and western viewpoints. We also do lots of walking, mountain biking and forest birding.

Guiding
We have excellent guides at the lodge but we expect one of you to also guide, be a great guide, and above all want to guide as well as manage. This is simply because we feel that our managers need to be in tune and in touch with the core of what we do which is to educate, inspire and have fun with our guests.

Another issue to understand
Present occupancies for the lodge are low and the couple we seek would also be expected to oversee the running of the nearby camp-as we have a good team already in place this is generally easily doable. If occupancies do pick up at both camp and lodge then this may be reevaluated. Logistically the operation is a challenge with a poor road to the nearest supply centre of Mzuzu about 200 kms away. As well as the traditional skills required of a management couple we seek people with a sound understanding of logistics, cost effective shopping and supply runs and a strong mechanical bent.

So what's the deal?

Permits
The successful couple would need to be given work permits and the company would apply for these. The process takes up to 4 months and while we have an almost 100% record in getting these the only honest description of this process is that it is unpredictable and we have had very occasional rejections from the Immigration Authorities.

Where would we stay?
We would supply a modest but comfortable one bedroomed house with lounge and a decent bathroom .

What would working hours and times be ?
Anyone familiar with lodge work will know that a day can be from 0500 am to midnight, could be a lot less but you would need to work whatever hours are necessary depending on occupancies and guest requirements. We work on a pattern of 2 months on and 10 days off and an additional one months leave per year.

Package
US $2500 per month gross ( in total for the couple-not per person) taxed at the prevailing rate of 30% for a nett amount of $1800. This would be paid in the local currency . Once a permit is approved you are allowed to remit 2/3 of this into a foreign bank account. Board and keep at Mvuu.

Skills/Requirements:
Conclusion Please read this section carefully!!

We know from experience that there are many great management couples out there with a love of the bush, a passion for their guests, a proven record of motivating and working well with a work force , an ability to be conscious of the bottom line etc . In searching for the ideal couple , please see how many of the following boxes you tick between you.

  • Do you view this work as a career or a stepping stone to a career in the business ?
  • Are you a conservationist. Do you share our vision ?
  • What language(s) do you speak ?
  • Are you naturally outgoing ? (You don't need to be life and soul of the party but you shouldn't be shy)
  • Would you choose to spend your free time in the bush or in wild areas?
  • Have you travelled outside of Africa ?
  • Have you travelled inside of Africa ?
  • Are you a trained field guide who loves guiding and learning ?
  • Do you have experience of running a small kitchen ? Are you a good chef?
  • Have you had any housekeeping experience?
  • Are you practical ? Can you wire a plug ? Can you fix a spare wheel? Do you know anything about water pumps?
  • Are you loyal, hardworking, organised and reliable ?
  • Are you fun to be around? Is the glass half empty of half full?
  • Are you calm under pressure?

Don't be alarmed
if you cannot tick all the boxes-this may not eliminate you from our selection process. Above all we are looking for a couple who will love what they are doing, and run the lodge in such a manner that the guests will feel as if they are staying in your home ( and feeling very comfortable about it) and who constantly strive to make the stay as special as it possibly can be. All the non negotiable strengths of a great lodge need to be there-great food and service, wonderful accommodation, smart, happy, motivated staff, wonderful guiding , ambiance and interaction with guests but the atmosphere should be informal and above all, fun.

· Reference: LS-70438-2409
· Salary: US $2500 / month gross ( in total for the couple-not per person)
· Country: Malawi
· Province:
· Date Posted: 24 Mar 2015
· Employer type: Game Farm & Lodge

Management Couple - Tanzania
Description:
Click for a profile of Hotel Staff Johannesburg Tanzania - Lodge requires a Management Couple

Skills/Requirements:
This is a senior position with day to day responsibility for all aspects of the Lodge. It requires multi-tasking to manage all aspects of the hotel including general management, staffing/HR, rooms, F &B, service, guest experience, admin, maintenance, HR, Safaris, Activities, Experiences. As the location is remote, ingenuity and initiative will often be required to ensure operations run smoothly .

· Reference: LS-70331-30
· Salary: R30 -40 000 live in neg on exp
· Country: Tanzania
· Province:
· Date Posted: 16 Mar 2015
· Employer type:


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