An exciting opportunity exists to work in one of Africa’s model economies, Botswana, adding to its economic diversification drive, in a project to establish a Leather Industry Park (LIP). The park, which will include a Common Effluent Treatment Plant, chrome recovery, sewage treatment plant, secure landfill facility and laboratory, will fall under the auspices of Local Enterprise Authority (LEA) and bring together Small and Medium sized businesses in the leather production value chain. It’s an exciting project which has huge potential to create significant employment opportunities and impact the livelihood of many Batswana.
Reporting to the LEA CEO and Leather Industry Park (Pty) Ltd Board of Directors the Chief Operations Officer (COO) will initiate, plan, organise, develop and coordinate policies and strategies for the operations of the leather industry park with a Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP), chrome recovery, sewage treatment plant, secure landfill facility and laboratory. To promote technology and innovation within the Leather Industry Park through implementation of innovative processes.
Strategy and Policy Development
As a representative of Government and member of LEA executive management, participates in the development of policies and strategies which will enable the organisation to deliver its mandate of promoting the growth of sustainable prosperous businesses in the leather industry SMME sub-sector.
Networking and Coordination
Proactively identifies and coordinates appropriate partner organisations and institutions in the public and private sector, domestically and internationally capable of delivery of technical expertise and advice and innovative solutions to the technologies at the leather park.
Technology and Innovation
Ensures that the Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) and its cooperating partners keep abreast of technological developments and innovative process solutions and products which could provide an enabling environment for leather industry SMMEs to thrive and have a competitive advantage in breaking into domestic and export markets with quality products to meet a sustainable customer market demand.
Develops appropriate operational processes and procedures for the delivery of technological advice and innovative process solutions to the leather park for production of finished leather.
Human Capital Management
Effectively manages the human resources of the Leather Industry Park according to authorized human resources policies and procedures that fully conform to current laws and legislation.
For confidential enquiries, please contact responsible Consultant Sesaleteng Seabe at email@example.com
To learn about Local Enterprise Authority (LEA), please visit their website http://www.lea.co.bw/leather-industry-park
Botswana is one of the most stable countries in Africa with a stable political, social and economic environment. The position is offered on a contract basis with an excellent remuneration package.