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Turame Community Finance S.A: Managing Director

Managing Director
Turame Community Finance S.A

recruitment@turame.com +257 22 25 67 36 https://www.turame.com/

🕙 Délai: 9 avril 2023


To invest in the dreams of families in Burundi’s underserved communities as we proclaim and live the Gospel.


We share the hope of Christ as we provide biblically based training, saving services, loans that restore dignity and break the cycle of poverty.


The love of Jesus Christ motivates us to identify with those living in poverty and be His hands and feet as we strive to glorify God.

EXTERNAL JOB ADVERT: Managing Director


The Managing Director of Turame Community Finance is responsible for the overall management and leadership of the Christ-centered microfinance program in Burundi.

LOCATION: Bujumbura, Burundi
BAND: Senior Professional
DEPARTMENT: Operations
REPORTS TO: The local Board of Directors and the HOPE Regional Director
DIRECTLY SUPERVISES:  Turame Community Finance management team
CATEGORY: Full time, local or expatriate employee


The managing director (MD) is responsible for the overall management and leadership of the Christ- centered microfinance program, Turame Community Finance. The MD heads the institution’s executive team and directly supervises departmental leads. The MD is responsible for leadership of strategy, compliance, operations, spiritual integration, credit risk, finance, and client protection. He/she represents the institution within the HOPE International network and communicates with local and national regulators and other government officials. The managing director also carries out his/her responsibilities working as part of a team with the Central Service Unit staff of HOPE International, requesting their support and partnering with the appropriate specialists to develop and improve the institution.


Promote and fulfill the mission and vision of HOPE International.

Spiritual Integration and Christian Witness

Personally model Christian behavior to the staff in leadership style, resolution of issues, selection and development of staff, context-appropriate Christian witness with staff, and in setting and leading the spiritual agenda of the organization.

Coordinate the creation and implementation of the Spiritual Integration Plan for the benefit of clients, staff, and other entities that the organization works with


Responsible to ensure the organization meets all local legal requirements and to lead Board meetings and Executive Committee meetings when required.

Represent the MFI and maintain good working relationships with governmental authorities, donors, other local practitioners, and the general public.

Liaise with HOPE’s other MFIs and partners in the region, including site visits, sharing lessons and best practices learned in research of program, etc.

Risk and Compliance

Responsible for the management of risk and risk assessment in the organization

Vigilantly ensure that all staff understand and comply with the policies and procedures and that all employees are doing their utmost to protect the assets of the organization

Ensure systems are in place to review, expose, report and eliminate areas of risk within the organization

Responsible for the day-to-day administrative management of the internal audit team, recognizing their direct reporting line to the local Board and the HOPE International Internal Audit structure. Ensure the entire staff cooperates with internal audit to reduce risk and maximize compliance, ensuring the use of best practices


Lead the process of establishing strategic plans to optimize the growth of the microfinance institution

Ensure that financial and analytical models are completed and maintained

Create the 5-year and annual business plan for Board approval, including Financial, Marketing, Operational and Spiritual Integration plans

Maintain updated security protocol for local and international staff


Secure the capital funding to meet or exceed the business objectives, developing and maintaining strong working relationships with HI, HOPE Global Investment Fund, and other external funding organizations and banks as needed

Pursue funding through funding proposals and continuing donor relations in order to ensure a continued development of the MFI


Responsible to ensure that the organization is correctly staffed according to the Business Plan and in line with the established HR policies

Ensure that suitable facilities and equipment are available to the staff

Model servant leadership in the work environment

Invest in the personal development of key managers and establish a succession plan

Achieving Results

Responsible to achieve or exceed the Business Plan within the assigned budget

Work with the Management Team to solve problems, address training and capacity issues, and find improvements and efficiencies for the benefit of the organization and its clients

Lead initiatives to further expand Turame’s impact through microenterprise development


Ensure that HOPE International reporting deadlines are met

Ensure that reporting to the local government is completed as required

Provide reports as needed for lenders, donors, auditors, etc.

Meet regularly with the HOPE International Regional Director to review status and issues


Personal confession of Christian faith and commitment to Turame’s 3M’s – the mission, method, and motivation of Turame Community Finance.

5-10 years’ experience in microfinance, banking, or financial services sector, preferably in Africa or other developing nation

MBA, CPA or advanced degree in relevant field

Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills

Extreme flexibility and ability to cope with stressful situations and frustrations.

Demonstrated desire to help people that have been brought low by war, poverty, or other circumstances regain hope, dignity, and ability to support themselves and their families.

Creativity and ability to work with limited resources.

Ability to relate to and motivate local staff effectively.

Experience with Microsoft suite, T24 and other software packages, as required.

Full professional working proficiency in spoken and written French and English


Apply online at https://www.hopeinternational.org/take-action/careers. Due to the anticipated volume of candidates, we are unfortunately unable to respond to phone calls or individual inquires.

CLOSING DATE: Sunday, April 9th, 2023

esoko | Turame Community Finance S.A

Turame Community Finance S.A (Microfinance)

recruitment@turame.com +257 22 25 67 36
Direction Générale: P.O. Box 2893, N° 33, Avenue de la Revolution, Bujumbura-Burundi

Turame Community Finance est un établissement chrétien de microfinance qui a lancé ses activités au Burundi officiellement en 2004. Le 30 Janvier 2007, Turame est agrée par la Banque Centrale comme une entreprise de microfinance de deuxième catégorie œuvrant sur le territoire du Burundi. Ils fournissent des services d’épargne, de crédit, et des formations bibliques sur la gestion des affaires.

Turame fait parti de HOPE International, un réseau de microfinance qui travaille dans seize (16) pays à travers le monde. Ils ont aussi deux autres acctionnaires comme; World Relief Corporation et Mars Hill Bible Church. Tous leurs 3 actionnaires mentionnés ci-dessus sont basés aux Etats-Unis

Leur Mission

Investir dans les rêves des familles dans les communautés défavorisées du Burundi en proclamant et vivant l’Évangile.

Leur Méthode

Ils partagent l’espérance en Jésus-Christ en fournissant une formation basée sur la Bible, des services d’épargne et de crédit qui restaurent la dignité et brisent le cycle de la pauvreté.

Leur Motivation

L’amour de Jésus-Christ leur motive à nous identifier à ceux qui vivent dans la pauvreté, et à être Ses mains et Ses pieds, en œuvrant pour glorifier Dieu

Leurs Produits:

Prêts des Banques Communautaires (CB)

Les groupes de solidarité (20–30 membres)

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