Shift Managers (2 Posts)
Job Type Full Time
Qualification BA/BSc/HND
Experience 4 years
Location Meru
Job Field General
We are looking for a Shift Manager to oversee operations and workers during scheduled shifts. If you’re a leader committed to quality service and have experience in our industry, we’d like to meet you.

Main Duties & Responsibilities:

Overseeing operations in the farm in the absence of Operations Manager
Provide direction and feedback to workers during shifts
Schedule employee shifts and assign duties
Manage time-off requests and handle last-minute absences
Train and coach new employees
Inspect equipment and communicate the need for repairs or replacements to management
Check cash drawers and prepare bank deposits
Ensure health and safety standards are followed
Address customer and employee complaints
Resolve conflicts between workers
Foster and maintain a positive work environment
Qualifications & Requirements:

Degree in business management, social sciences, economics or related field
Proven experience as a Shift manager, HR manager, operations manager or relevant role
At least 4 years’ experience is required
Knowledge of the industry and relevant health and safety regulations
Commitment to excellent service
Working well within a team
Leadership skills and ability to make decisions fast
Strong problem-solving aptitude
Ability to stand for long periods
Good in Computer programs such as Word/ Excel and PowerPoint
Team player


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About Marania Farm Limited

Marania Farm is an extensive, highly productive, mixed working farm in Timau, Meru County, Kenya. Marania Farm has been in existence for about 100 years, which is owned by George Murray and his family. At the end of the First World War, George Murray drew 2,600ha around the Timau-Kisima spring on the northern slopes of Mount Kenya under the soldier settler scheme. Founded in 1914, and incorporated in 1938, the agribusiness is 100% Kenyan owned and operated. Whilst arable crops and floriculture are the primary focus, Marania Farm also manages a successful forestry programme, runs a large scale dairy herd, and supports numerous thriving community development projects.