Fulton McNaire Investments is a full-service real estate company serving the Nigerian Region. FMI is able to offer its clients comprehensive professional brokerage, leasing, development, consulting, property management, and construction management services.We are recruiting to fill the position below:Job Title: Farm Manager/SupervisorLocation: OgunPosition SummaryWe are a new agro-allied company currently seeking an experienced Farm Manager/Supervisor to join our team.Reporting directly to the chief executive officer, you will take full accountability for the management of day-to-day operations on our farm holdings, while coordinating the ongoing activates of a diverse team of farm hands. This is a hands-on position, with an emphasis on attention to detail.Duties and ResponsibilitiesThe farm supervisor will among other things:Serve as the farm head on all farm holdings on the company portfolioSupervise the activities of the farm workers ensuring that they carry out their responsibilities in a timely and efficient manner.Attends to daily request for operational effectivenessSupervise cultivation activities on the farm and report directly to the CEO daily.Prepares daily, weekly & monthly Reports for crop managementAdvise management on cropping for fast revenue generationHelps to determine soil use and rotation of crops.Prepares Monthly Financial ReportSupervise any ongoing project on any of our farms. (Starting with Cassava Cultivation on a commercial scale, but as time goes on we may branch out to other crops). Therefore, somebody with a vast knowledge in the cultivation of multiple crops would be preferred.Be responsible for more than one farm. Currently we have 2 large farm holdings in Ogun state and Oyo state (about 150 hectares each), He/She will be responsible for both farms.Will be required to keep-track-of and maintain our other agricultural lands that are currently not in use, thereby ensuring that it is not encroached upon.Will be the direct link and representative of the CEO on his farm holdings.We understand the importance of a constant presence at the farm especially during cultivation, so the farm supervisors’ primary purpose is to be on the farm managing the farms, ensuring that all goes well during cultivation and afterwards.