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Manager of Operations – Micro-Credit

3L Central Asia

Purpose

This company began by experimenting with small loans for business development 20 years ago and has turned into a profitable and growing micro-credit company with over 120 staff in 8 branches, with thousands of clients. It maintains focus on addressing 3 major issues; economic poverty, social and family disintegration triggered by the necessity of emigration from the country in search of work, and spiritual poverty in the country. Loans help farmers and businesspeople expand to create local employment.

Skills

Applicants should have the necessary education and experience to be a manager of operations.  A commitment to learning the local language and a 2-year minimum term is expected. A local salary plus benefits is offered. Some support raising will be required. 

Support

Many BAM companies in the regions where we work can pay competitive local-level salaries for qualified individuals. Expats are generally expected to have an additional financial support structure to provide for needs of repatriation, health insurance requirements, etc. 

Our Mission Global team will walk with you along the way – from application to deployment. Training, administrative support and mission coaching will be provided, along with assistance for promotional and fundraising efforts.  

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