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The Chinko Project is looking for an experienced Workshop and Infrastructure Manager to join our team in the Central African Republic. The position requires both technical and managerial skills. You will be responsible for the management and the smooth running oversight of the workshop of the garage, including the maintenance of all vehicles, tractors, generators and other machinery on site.. The position requires excellent management and training skills, as you will be leading and training teams of skilled and unskilled workers of up to 50 people. You will be leading by example, not afraid of pulling up your sleeves and getting your hands dirty, while doing the necessary repairs and training the local workforce.
The Chinko Project is managing a 17,600Km2 nature reserve in the south eastern part of the Central African Republic. You will be living on site in a remote camp on the reserve. The accommodation is basic, but with regular internet access, running water and electricity.
The project has a varied fleet of vehicles which includes: Toyota Landcruisers, Caterpillar bull, dozers, Scania trucks, tractors, graders as well as a range of small plant and generators. These machines require on-going maintenance due to poor roads and the difficult terrain. Overall responsibility is supervisory and managerial, with achieving a fully functional, cost effective program that can function under the supervision of the existing local staff.
How to apply
Send your CV and cover letter to email@example.com Recruitment on rolling basis and the position will be filled once we have the right candidate.
About Chinko Project
The Chinko Project sustainably manages a nature reserve in the heart of Africa – one of the last pristine mosaics of wooded savannah and tropical lowland rainforest deep within the Central African Republic. This project goes beyond conservation, it represents hope for stability and governance in one of the poorest regions on earth with an endless history of corruption, depletion of natural resources and military conflicts.
We are passionate about Central Africa – for both its wildlife and people – and believe there is a way for both to coexist. The Chinko Project, as a governing body, supports local communities, protects the ecosystem, and maintains economic value through tourism – providing the key to a sustainable future for this thriving ecosystem. More information on: www.chinkoproject.com
Chinko Project is a proud member of African Parks