RWANDA football governing body, Ferwafa has terminated the contract of the secretary general Michel Gasingwa after three years at the heart of the federation’s operations.
Ferwafa said in a statement on Friday evening that, "We have amicably terminated the contract of former Michel Gasingwa."
"The executive committee of Ferwafa would like to inform whoever is interested to apply for the vacant position," added the statement.
The secretary general of the federation is an important position in daily operations of the football house as a link between employees and the executive committee. The office also coordinates all football activities in the country.
Gasingwa has been holding the role since 2011 when he replaced Jules Kalisa who resigned after eight years at the helm.
Among the requirements for this vacant position are: At least a bachelor degree in Public Administration or Law, Management or Sport Management with at least five years of working experience.
The candidate should have five years experience in football organisation management, preferably at the executive committee level and possess strong analytical skills, a proven record in leadership and team coordination.
Other desired skills for this position are fluency in oral and written English or French and knowledge of Kiswahili is an added advantage, strong ability to organise and prioritise workloads, meet deadlines and targets, strong interpersonal and negotiating ability, ability to work as a leader and a team member as well as hold a driving licence category B.
The secretary general is responsible for the day-to-day operations of Ferwafa, including the overall management of all staff.