Property Point is an award winning local economic development consultancy that lives and breathes entrepreneurship! We are driven by the belief that small business can make a big impact. We’re about empowering and uplifting communities through job creation.
We’re on a quest for Programme Managers to join our dynamic and diverse tribe of change makers! The Chosen Ones will take the lead in supporting our businesses in Cape Town and Johannesburg.
As Programme Manager you will support, guide and inspire multiple cohorts of businesses on our prestigious Enterprise and Supplier Development Programme.
The role will need your skills in selecting the right businesses on to the program, diagnostic evaluation of business needs and preparing development maps.
We are looking for someone that takes action - execution of deliverables is key for us. Our team needs someone who can advise businesses wisely and build relationships with each entrepreneur, liaise with service providers and commit to weekly, monthly and quarterly reporting to the Head of Programme Management.
The Programme Manager ensures the high standard of quality on the program and is required to use the tools available to engage with the entrepreneurs on the programme.
Applications must include your motivation letter, curriculum vitae and copies of qualifications and emailed to email@example.com by no later than 14th December 2018. Late applications will not be accepted.
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