Friday, 17 April 2015 Written by in NAFASI ZA KAZI

THE INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL WORK (ISW)

 

 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
RE ADVERTISED

INTRODUCTION
The Institute invites applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill the following vacant job posts.

POSITION; LECTURER -2 POSTS

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
•    To lecturer students
•    To assist students to develop research and project work.
•    Setting, invigilating, marking and timely production of examination results.
•    Supervision of research and students projects.
•    To plan and design training exercises for students.
•    Undertaking individual research and participating in multidisciplinary research projects.
•    Preparing manuals, simulations and case studies for students.
•    Working on consultancy projects.
•    Coaching  junior academic staff.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
•    Holders of PhD Degree in relevant field through competitive process who preferable have had training in teaching methodology.  must have published at least two peer -reviewed papers. -

OR
•    Holders of Masters Degree in relevant field who have working experience in teaching, research and consultancy and at least three years as Assistant Lecturer in related or allied institution. And Must have at least published three peer reviewed papers in the above related fields.
REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the salary scale of the Institute
 
 MODE OF APPLICATION
Interested candidates should apply in confidence, enclosing certified copies of academic transcript and certificates(including birth certificate), one current passport size photograph and an up-to-date detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) with at least two referees. The application letter should be handwritten and reach the undersigned within two weeks after the date of the first advertisement.

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted and called for interview on date to be decided later.
Applicants employed in the Public Service must route their application through their respective employers.
Rector,
Institute of Social Work (lSW)
P.O BOX 3375,
DAR-ES-SALAAM.
SOURCE; DAILY NEWS 17th APRIL 2015
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THE INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL WORK (ISW)
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
RE ADVERTISED
INTRODUCTION
The Institute invites applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill the following vacant job posts.


POSITION; PRINCIPAL LIBRARY ASSISTANT

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
•    Compiling lists and bibliographies for internal use.
•    Formulation of library user's policy, manuals and instructions.
•    Preparation and maintenance of electronic reader's statistics and records.
•    To Supervision of duties performed by junior staff.
•    Preparation of new arrived books to suit the need of users
•    Perform any other duties as may be assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
•    Holders of Ordinary Diploma in Library Services from School of Library Achieves and Documentation Studies (SLADS) with working experience of not less than five years.

REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the salary scale of the Institute.

 MODE OF APPLICATION
Interested candidates should apply in confidence, enclosing certified copies of academic transcript and certificates(including birth certificate), one current passport size photograph and an up-to-date detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) with at least two referees. The application letter should be handwritten and reach the undersigned within two weeks after the date of the first advertisement.

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted and called for interview on date to be decided later.
Applicants employed in the Public Service must route their application through their respective employers.
Rector,
Institute of Social Work (lSW)
P.O BOX 3375,
DAR-ES-SALAAM.
SOURCE; DAILY NEWS 17th APRIL 2015
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THE INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL WORK (ISW)
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
RE ADVERTISED
INTRODUCTION
The Institute invites applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill the following vacant job posts.

POSITION; PERSONAL SECRETARY

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
•    To prepare working schedule for junior secretaries.
•    Checking office registers to ensure that they are well maintained.
•    Ensure that office letters and firms are properly filed.
•    Responsible for safe custody of documents in the office.
•    Arrange meetings within the office and write minutes and follow up implementation of issues raised
•    Arrange transport for the officer he/she serving.
•    To ensure that files are promptly and time handled.
•    To ensure that letters leaving the office are correct and neat.
•    Supervise and ensure that work in the office is properly done.

QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Holder of Diploma in Secretarial from recognized Institution. Computer literacy with work experience of more than 5 years.

REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the salary scale of the Institute.
MODE OF APPLICATION
Interested candidates should apply in confidence, enclosing certified copies of academic transcript and certificates(including birth certificate), one current passport size photograph and an up-to-date detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) with at least two referees. The application letter should be handwritten and reach the undersigned within two weeks after the date of the first advertisement.

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted and called for interview on date to be decided later.
Applicants employed in the Public Service must route their application through their respective employers.
Rector,
Institute of Social Work (lSW)
P.O BOX 3375,
DAR-ES-SALAAM.
SOURCE; DAILY NEWS 17th APRIL 2015
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Friday, 17 April 2015 Written by in NAFASI ZA KAZI

ARIEL GLASER PEDIATRIC AIDS HEALTHCARE INITIATIVE(AGPAHI)
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENTS
JOB TITLE:  PROGRAM OFFICER, COMMUNICATION AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH
RESPONSIBLE TO: Program Coordinator: Communication and Community Outreach
LOCATION:    Dar es Salaam
PURPOSE OF THE POSITION: AGPAHI is a service oriented national Organization working to improve Children and families’ health by eliminating pediatric HIV & AIDS through capacity building, advocacy, community outreach, service linkages, research, prevention and treatment.
It works in partnership to create and implement innovative solutions for improved healthcare. Thus, AGPAHI is looking to recruit a Program Officer to provide support in communication and community outreach initiatives that builds awareness to the program/stakeholders. He/she will have to inform the mass about the importance and availability of services to prevent and treat pediatric AIDS and support scale-up and increase utilization of these services.
He/she will work closely with the Program Coordinator communication and community outreach to identify program opportunities, address key obstacles through advocacy and provide technical guidance on program documentation.
Major duties and responsibilities
•    Under the guidance of the Program Coordinator, implement and update the communication and outreach strategies for AGPAHI programs
•    Support in the preparation of annual work plans and budget for the Communication and Outreach activities.
•    Support AGPAHI’s technical team in relation to communication and communityoutreach activities.
•    Prepare quarterly narrative reports against the costed work plan and performance indicators on communication and community outreach activities.
•    Monitor effectively on progress of organization’s communication and community outreach strategies and program activities.
•    Manage project partnership with partners and other projects that will emerge related to communication and outreach supported by AGPAHI.
•    Under the guidance of the Program Coordinator, liaison the program with advocacy agendas to be cascaded to other stakeholders and air out views for change.
 Main roles under communication:
•    Work with relevant media houses to increase awareness and education on HIV and AI
•    Develop and maintain Organization media portfolio to provide coverage on AGPAHI work in the lake zone.
•    Support in coordinating the production and airing of radio programs.
•    In collaboration with Program Officers/Sub guarantees at program level, Support the production and dissemination of Information, education and Communication (IEC) materials.
•    Support in the preparation of site briefs and speeches for senior AGPAHI officers for high level events.
•    In collaboration with the team, plan and support coordination of events and ceremonies at the field (e.g. CTC inaugurations, vehicle/equipment handover events, Children camp etc.)
•    Ensure that all IEC materials conform to the donor, AGPAHI and other partner’s branding guidelines.
•    Field travels to document programs success stories and best practices and share with partners through various media.
•    Support the management of AGPAHI website by conducting the following specific tasks:
1.    Edit content to ensure that the information is accurate with suitable images as per AGPAHI guidelines.
2.    Constant review the information already placed into the website and maintains existing content.
3.    Maintain the Organization blog to ensure that it is always updated, ost news and respond to readers’ comments.
4.    Ensure that all content intended for publication on the website/blog is in compliance with the Organization mission and vision.
5.    Ensure creativity by designing visual and interactive presentation of content on the web.
6.    Moderate number of visitors visiting the website for Quality Improvement purposes.
7.    Ensure that videos and images uploaded on the website/blog that involves vulnerable audiences are treated with caution and due respec
8.    Produces a consistent visual image on website & blog including maintenance of templates.
 Main roles under Community Outreach:
•    Increase mass campaign through community sensitization.
•    Enhance participation of policy makers to advocate for AGPAHI programs and address identified obstacles for the success of pediatric AIDS elimination.
•    Work with the community linkages team to understand the work of the districts councils and areas for mutual collaboration.
•    Support the technical team to identify areas of support and scaling up of community outreach initiatives.
•    Identify good will ambassadors who can strongly advocate for AGPAHI programs.
•    Participate in AGPAHI technical team meetings to update technical team on the quarterly activities and get updates from technical team on program implementation.
•    Participate in external meetings and events as requested, including at local, regional and national levels.
•    Collaboration and networking with like-minded Organizations in various meetings and/or events.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
Education and experience
•    A degree in Social Sciences, Law, Mass Communications, journalism or related field.
•    At least three years of experience in HIV/AIDS Communication and Advocacy programs in Tanzania.
•    Knowledge and understanding of internet operations and functionality.
•    Knowledge and understanding of current editing, authoring tools such as Joomla.
 Essential skills and knowledge
•    Quick learner, energetic, independent and self-motivated.
•    .Excellent journalistic verbal and writing skills - ability to write simply for diverse audiences.
•    Knowledge of existing in country key players for HIV & AIDS related networks or the willingness to acquire this knowledge quickly.
•    Experience in working with NGOs.
•    Team building skills and ability to establish or identify HIV AIDS related networks.
•    Ability to frequently travel to the field (up to 50%).
 Desirable skills and knowledge
•    Excellent interpersonal skills, high levels of self-motivation and integrity.
•    Knowledge of Kiswahili language in document translation is an advantage.
•    Creativity and personal initiative towards program implementation.
•    Good computer skills in Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
•    Experience of working with a wide range of stakeholders, with proven ability to provide support to communication and advocacy initiatives.
 HOW TO APPLY
AGPAHI is an equal opportunities employer and these positions are open to all, but ONLY qualified candidates should submit a CV and a cover letter explaining how the experience detailed in the CV will contribute to the requirements of the position and references to AGPAHI. For those who will send e-copies please send cover letter and CV saved in your names.
Submissions may be sent to:
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
AGPAHI
P.O. BOX 38252
Plot 373, Mtitu Street, East Upanga
Dar es Salaam,
Tanzania. Or e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
CLOSING DATE; 27TH APRIL 2015
SOURCE; DAILY NEWS 14TH APRIL 2015
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ARIEL GLASER PEDIATRIC AIDS HEALTHCARE INITIATIVE(AGPAHI)
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENTS
JOB TITLE: PROCUREMENT & LOGISTIC OFFICER
Responsible to: Support Service Manager
Work Station:  Dar es Salaam
Purpose of post:To assist AGPAHI’s Operations with operational, logistical & Procurements issues.
 RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS:
Procurement & Logistic Officer will be assisting the Support Service Manager in the following duties:-
 QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE Procurement:
•    Understand the Role of the Procurement Function within the Organization.
•    Assess the Effectiveness of the Procurement Function.
•    Effectively Plan and Manage Procurement Projects as per USG rules and Reg
•    Implement and Develop Commodity based Procurement within the Organization.
•    Assess Commodity Markets, Benchmark Suppliers.
•    Build and Analyze Comprehensive Tender Documentation.
•    Understand and Build Effective Pricing Models.
•    Negotiate Effectively.
•    Deliver Real Bottom Line Efficiencies and Cost Savings.
 Inventory
•    Prepare required quarterly and year-end reports related to property inventory and maintenance for Dar and Region Offices.
•    Maintain inventory of all AGPAHI property for the Dar Office and all the sub- offices.
 Property Maintenance
•    Monitor all properties for maintenance requirements as well as responds to specific maintenance requests from staff.
•    Make recommendations and works with appropriate vendors for maintenance, repair, and/or disposal of AGPAHI property.
•    Arrange for property disposal in accordance with AGPAHI regulations/policies.
Vehicle Maintenance & Fuel Monitoring
•    Review and compile monthly reports for all AGPAHI vehicles reporting on their maintenance & fuel usage.
•    Compile explanations to any alarming concerns on their fuel usage or vehicle maintenance that may arise.
 
Qualifications & Experience
•    Supervisory and general office administration, procurement, and logistical skills.
•    Advanced certificate in Strategic Procurement will be an added advantage.
•    Fluent reading, writing, and speaking.
•    1 year experience in dealing with procurement, and logistical activities and experience in dealing with in-house stock management.
•    Additional experience working with Government of Tanzania offices (MoH & TRA) for VAT exemptions.
•    A Bachelor’s degree in Procurement and supplies management. Issued by PSPTB(Procurement and Supplies. Professional and technician Board).
•    Co-ordinate Care and treatment and integrated RCH activities at local partner sites
•    Provision of routine constructive feedback on program performance toward target in both AGPAHI and sub grantees in collaboration with Program Officers, Clinical Services.
•    Tracking of all program activities in the field office and recording ensuring that they are within the time frame and in line with the program goals and objectives.
•    Tracking of all program activities on weekly basis to make sure that all program units adhere to work plan in collaboration with SPO M&E.
•    Routine data collection both quantitative and qualitative for routine program trackingAssist the districts on identification site staff training needs in PMTCT and C&T
 HOW TO APPLY
AGPAHI is an equal opportunities employer and these positions are open to all, but ONLY qualified candidates should submit a CV and a cover letter explaining how the experience detailed in the CV will contribute to the requirements of the position and references to AGPAHI. For those who will send e-copies please send cover letter and CV saved in your names.
Submissions may be sent to:
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
AGPAHI
P.O. BOX 38252
Plot 373, Mtitu Street, East Upanga
Dar es Salaam,
Tanzania. Or e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
CLOSING DATE; 27TH APRIL 2015
SOURCE; DAILY NEWS 14TH APRIL 2015
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ARIEL GLASER PEDIATRIC AIDS HEALTHCARE INITIATIVE(AGPAHI)
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENTS
POSITION TITLE: PROGRAM OFFICER, MONITORING &EVALUATION
Working Station: Shinyanga
Reports to:  Program Coordinator Monitoring &Evaluation
 Purpose of the position:
 Under the guidance of and reporting to RPC; the program officer monitoring and evaluation will provide technical support to health facilities in Shinyanga region; this includes planning and implementation of HIV/AIDS programs supported by AGPAHI. Training of staff and visit to AGPAHI supported sites, participate in data collection and ensure proper patient recording system.
 
Principal Functions:
Monitor program activities that fall under the Regional Office in collaboration with Program Officers, Clinical Services.
Monitoring and evaluation capacity building to sub grantees staffs as well as AGPAHI staffs at filed office.
•    To train (on job and formal training) data clerk and other site staffs on site data management.
•    Capacity building of site and AGPAHI staff on M&E techniques, and strengthen and encourage the data use for decision making process.
•    System strengthening at District/Regional level for report collection, aggregation and storage.
 Report collection, compilation, and submission to AGPAHI, donors and other stakeholders;
•    Support the sub-grantees and sites in collaboration with Data Management Officers and Program Officers, Clinical Services to make sure that all quarterly NACP reports are submitted to DACC, RACC and MoHSW (NACP) in time and complete.
•    Make sure that all program quarterly reports (C&T, PMTCT, TB/HIV, Lab, PITC, supply chain and others) are reported in time and in a required quality in collaboration with PO CS, PO LAB, POCL and other staff.
•    Work closely and provide technical support to DMO in all matters concerning data management at AGPAHI, sub grantees and site level.
 Reviewing of all reporting tool used by AGPAHI or its sub grantees where necessary
•    Critically review of data collection tools used at AGPAHI health facilities as required or where necessary.
•    Support or provide advice in improving these tools
•    Streamline the process of data collection to simplify and fasten the production of reports.
 Glaser and other database use for program M&E.
•    To assure that data entry in the Glaser, site capacity and community assessment databases is done timely, accurate and complete, in collaboration and supporting other field staffs who are involved in this activity.
•    To produce several standard reports from the Glaser and SCA and other DB for use in decision making and dissemination of lesson learnt as well as program performance to different stakeholders.
 Meeting and workshop to represent AGPAHI
•    Participate actively in internal or external meetings concerning M&E and other project activities as delegated by the SPO M&E or Program Coordinator, M&E.
 Evaluation and use of data of the program at field office to inform management of proper decision making process:
•    Work with technical staff in setting, monitoring and achieving program goals and targets
•    Play as key person in preparing and providing constructive performance based feedback to staffs at AGPAHI, sub grantees, sites and other stakeholders.
•    Reports on quarterly basis the program implementation achievements, challenges and reasons faced implementation of program activities and advised way forward. This should be qualitative way.
•    Reports on quarterly basis the outcome/effect/impact of using data through standardized template and best practice identified in different sub grantees and sites.
•    Assist in operation research activities in the organization:
•    Work closely with technical staff to support research and targeted evaluations; through involvement in proposal development, developing tools for research and research techniques.
•    Involve in report writing and dissemination of research results (through abstract submission in different conferences) after conducting the research.
 Requirements, Qualifications, Skills & Ability:
•    Applicants should hold a degree in statistics, health sciences, public health, international health, or a related discipline. A background in medicine will be an added advantage.
•    Training and experience in Monitoring and Evaluation and the development of M&E tools; preferably of HIV& AIDS interventions or a related field, or otherwise the capacity and motivation to acquire an in-depth knowledge of this field in a short time.
•    Strong data management and analysis skills with experience in using Microsoft Access and Excel. Experience with SAS, SPSS, STATA, SPECTRUMan advantage.
 HOW TO APPLY
AGPAHI is an equal opportunities employer and these positions are open to all, but ONLY qualified candidates should submit a CV and a cover letter explaining how the experience detailed in the CV will contribute to the requirements of the position and references to AGPAHI. For those who will send e-copies please send cover letter and CV saved in your names.
Submissions may be sent to:
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
AGPAHI
P.O. BOX 38252
Plot 373, Mtitu Street, East Upanga
Dar es Salaam,
Tanzania. Or e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
CLOSING DATE; 27TH APRIL 2015
SOURCE; DAILY NEWS 14TH APRIL 2015
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ARIEL GLASER PEDIATRIC AIDS HEALTHCARE INITIATIVE(AGPAHI)
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENTS
JOB TITLE:  PROGRAM OFFICERS, CLINICAL SERVICES
LOCATION:           Shinyanga
REPORTS TO:       Senior Program Officer, Clinical Services
 Purpose of post:
The Program Officer, Clinical Services is a self- motivated individual who will provide oversight and technical assistance to district and enable them to provide quality integrated RCH/PMTCT and Care and Treatment services. He/she will work as a key member of AGPAHI’s Technical team. The PO will run day to day program implementation activities in Shinyanga Regional Office. He/she will work in close collaboration with other staff members to ensure timely implementation and reporting of activities for AGPAHI supported programs. He/she will also make sure implementation of program activities at sub grantee level is in line with the work plans.
 Key responsibilities/ Principal functions:
Assists in co-ordination of Care and Treatment and RCH/ PMTCT programs services
•    Assists in co-ordination of training of health workers at project sites as deemed necessary
•    Conduct supportive supervision and technical assistance and share findings with other program staff, the RPM and technical supervisor
•    Ensure and strengthen linkage between RCH integrated activities and Care and treatment services
•    Support and monitor implementation of integrated programs including TB/HIV, early infant diagnosis (EID), and PITC according to national guidelines
•    Participate in the development of individual quarterly work plan, which will contribute to the regional office and head office work plan.
•    Liaise with laboratory and SCM team to support supply chain management services that ensures availability of HIV commodities at all levels within the districts and maintain continuous communication with MSD
•    Liaise with community program staff within AGPAHI to coordinate linkages and referral networks within the supported districts.Provide technical inputs and assistance to health facilities and project staff
•    Visit health facilities and provide onsite technical assistance to health facilities and project staff including sit- ins at the clinic days, assisting sites in data collection and submit to direct supervisor.
•    Together with sub grantees, plan and oversee sub grantee site activities as stipulated in proposals (To systematically monitor the progress versus planned activities / targets.)
•    Providing feedback to sub grantee and other relevant stakeholders based on integrated supportive supervision, M&E and specific departmental reports.
•    To systematically provide guidance for improvement and follow up whether or not issues have been solved, or advice has been followed
•    Coach sub-grantees in proposal writing i.e. prioritizing activities, development of work plans and budgeting.
•    Participate in development of proposals and work plans for PMTCT and C&T sub grantee
•    Interact with district mentors to assess needs and provide technical support where need identified.
•    Conduct comprehensive supportive supervision in close collaboration with district teams and other implementing partners when necessary.
 Facilitate quality improvement of service delivery by sub-grantees
•    Apply QI principles in regular supportive supervision through focusing on priority areas and utilizing QI-based methods /tools for improvement.
•    Analyzing and providing feedback on results to site staff, CHMT, PC-QI, immediate supervisor and where possible RHMT.
•    Assist health facilities in formulating, implementing and following up Quality
Improvement Projects (QIPs), providing technical assistance regularly and when requested through regular supportive supervision, QI meetings and other site visits.
•    Ensure sites trained in QI meet regularly to discuss quality of services and to plan for improvement where needed. This might require the PO to attend the meeting or to receive the meeting minutes and submit to PC-QI.
•    Perform QI performance measurement to all sites with QI project when time is due
•    Quarterly report to PC QI on performed activities, challenges and lesson learnt concerning QI
Facilitate monitoring and evaluation of our sub grantees
•    To perform a systematic supervision of M&E systems and to make effective use of M&E data to monitor performance and to provide feedback.
•    Make use of CTC 2 and GLASER data base to monitor performance of sub grantee
•    Assist sites with quarterly preparation of C&T and RCH activities reports when necessary
•    Assist in the preparation and review, compilation and submission of RCH , C&T, TB/HIV, PITC reports to the M&E department
•    Track progress at individuals sites through site visits and reports
•    To monitor districts to utilize the obligated fund in the given program according the agreement in the proposals
•    To monitor districts to implement program year activities according to their work plan
•    Prepare and share site specific monthly report on the performance and implementation of program activities to SPO
•    Liaise with Grants Officers (GOs) and ensure timely financial cash request and provision of funds to subs as well as making follow up of program progress versus financial use.
•    Participate in the orientation of newly recruited POCSs and visitors
 Facilitate communication with partners
•    Acts as the main contact person for sub-grantees to coordinate the communication between sub-grantee, Field office and other program staff
•    Provide feed- back to sub-grantee and other relevant stakeholders based on ISS, M&E and specific departments
•    Advocate for inclusion of PMTCT and C&T activities in the CCHP
 Reflective practice and organizational learning
•    Document lessons learnt and provide inputs into the way forward/best practices for project implementation
•    Assist in the dissemination of lessons learnt and better practices from the program
•    The POCS will also perform any other responsibilities as assigned by the SPO, CS or RPM
 
Qualifications, Skills and ability:
Advance diploma or degree in Medical related field Preference will be given to the Followings;
•    Experience in providing HIV care and treatment services.
•    Minimum of 3 years of clinical experience required with 2 years working experience in HIV/AIDS care and treatment
•    Excellent knowledge of national and World Health Organization and MOHSW guidelines on HIV care and treatment
•    Computer literacy is necessary and the applicant should be comfortable working with the basic Microsoft packages (Word, Excel & PowerPoint)
 HOW TO APPLY
AGPAHI is an equal opportunities employer and these positions are open to all, but ONLY qualified candidates should submit a CV and a cover letter explaining how the experience detailed in the CV will contribute to the requirements of the position and references to AGPAHI. For those who will send e-copies please send cover letter and CV saved in your names.
Submissions may be sent to:
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
AGPAHI
P.O. BOX 38252
Plot 373, Mtitu Street, East Upanga
Dar es Salaam,
Tanzania. Or e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
CLOSING DATE; 27TH APRIL 2015
SOURCE; DAILY NEWS 14TH APRIL 2015
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 ARIEL GLASER PEDIATRIC AIDS HEALTHCARE INITIATIVE(AGPAHI)
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENTS
TITLE:  PROGRAM OFFICER - HEID SERVICES
Report to:      Regional Program Coordinator
Location:  Shinyanga Field Office
 Purpose of the Post
Program officer for HEID services is a self-motivated, hardworking and committed individual who is responsible in implementing and monitoring all activities related to HIV Early Infant Diagnosis (HEID) including DBS sample transportation system. The transportation system of DBS samples includes preparation of quality DBS samples, sample transportation, processing and results back to the facilities. He/she will also provide clinical advice and assist supported sites to scale up EID services and improve DBS results TAT in Shinyanga and Simiyu regions. He/she will also work closely with PO- Pediatric in improving identification of HIV exposed infants as well as infected infants/children and early ART initiation to infected children.
 Duties and Responsibilities
•    Oversee the implementation of EID activities in AGPAHI supported sites.
•    Assist in the development and implementation of the monitoring and evaluation systems of Early Infant Diagnosis in supported sites.
•    Provide clinical advice and on-site mentorship to service providers on Early Infant
Diagnosis, presumptive diagnosis and treatment to infants.
•    Collaborate with RHMTs, CHMTs and HMT to design, implement innovative strategies for improving the HEID services in AGPAHI supported sites.
•    Work closely with DNA PCR laboratory in ensuring timely delivery and process of DBS samples submitted from all facilities of Shinyanga, Simiyu and Geita regions.
•    Identify and communicate immediately on rejected and wrongly packed samples to Program officer for laboratory for sample recollection.
•    Liaise with Program officer- laboratory services and Regional Program Coordinator to ensure effective communication with the EID sites for sample recollection and transportation to Zonal Lab.
•    Work closely with RCH-PMTCT coordinator, POLS, PC-SCM and RPC and ensure adequate communication and collaboration with them to timely address issues/challenges that may arise.
•    Work closely with Program coordinator pharmaceutical management and supply chain in monitoring availability of DBS kits in all supported sites.
o    Ensure all DBS results from Shinyanga and Simiyu are entered into DBS data base at Zonal laboratory.
o    Ensure that DBS results are timely received at AGPAHI supported sites through different means such as EMS, SMS printers, EID messaging etc.
o    Work with EID data clerk at Zonal lab and make sure SMS printers are functioning well.
o    Identify and communicate the DBS positive results to the respective facilities as soon as they are identified.
o    Organize and coordinate trainings/workshops/orientation related to HEID services at regional and district level in collaboration with CHMTS and RHMT.
o    Provide monthly report on the DBS samples sent to Zonal laboratory and results back to facilities.
 Minimum Qualification
o    Advance diploma or degree in Medical related field,
o    Minimum three years in HIV/AIDS care and treatment programs
o    Knowledge of work-streams related to health systems strengthening, HIV testing diagnostics, treatment, and strengthening sustainable health supply chain systems;
o    English language fluency, both written and verbal required.
 HOW TO APPLY
AGPAHI is an equal opportunities employer and these positions are open to all, but ONLY qualified candidates should submit a CV and a cover letter explaining how the experience detailed in the CV will contribute to the requirements of the position and references to AGPAHI. For those who will send e-copies please send cover letter and CV saved in your names.
Submissions may be sent to:
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
AGPAHI
P.O. BOX 38252
Plot 373, Mtitu Street, East Upanga
Dar es Salaam,
Tanzania. Or e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
CLOSING DATE; 27TH APRIL 2015
SOURCE; DAILY NEWS 14TH APRIL 2015
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ARIEL GLASER PEDIATRIC AIDS HEALTHCARE INITIATIVE(AGPAHI)
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENTS
JOB TITLE:   DATA MANAGEMENT
OFFICER LOCATION:   Shinyanga
REPORTS TO:       Senior Program Monitoring &Evaluation
 Purpose of the Post:
AGPAHI Data Management Officers ( DMOs) the main responsibility to oversees the quality of data and its system supporting that are well maintained at office, district level and health facility levels. The primary purpose of the position is to provide a supportive to the data clerks on computerized records, and to ensure that data are captured accurately and maintained in the prescribed manner. Moreover the DMOs work with the district and health facilities (HFs). AGPAHI supported DMOs should ensures the paper based system/electronic databases are well functions and quality of meet the standard required by donors and the government of Tanzania.
Major duties and responsibilities
Data quality
o    To set mechanisms to ensure that the data clerks work with triage nurse(s) to generate list of patients attending next CTC session.
o    Through card review or/and sampling check that CTC2 cards are filled correctly and work with CTC clinicians and data clerks to correct any inconsistencies.
o    To set mechanisms for follow-up poorly filled in CTC2 cards that were sent back to clinicians for corrections and update the corrections into CTC2 database.
o    Set mechanism to ensure each patient file contains the TB screening tool and that this if filled in by the clinicians during each patient visit
o    Ensure that the data clerk conduct data cleaning queries regularly, verify the inconsistencies by checking patient cards (CTC2) and verifying with clinicians
o    Ensure that data clerks perform data checks, and correct mistakes identified before generating reports.
o    Ensure that all patient files are arranged in a convenient system so that they can be retrieved quickly. Or ensure that the data clerks manages the files at site level
o    To ensures that data clerks work with other CTC staff to ensure that files and other documents are kept in a secure place to guarantee patient confidentiality
 Data entry
o    Ensure that all patient information enters into the CTC2 database as soon as forms are received (i.e. on the day that the patient visits the clinic). DMO should work together to clear existing files if any.
o    Updating and maintaining CTC2 database
o    Ensure that the CTC2 database is always of the most recent version; work together with NACP and UCC to get the updates
o    Ensure that the data clerks do a daily backup on either a partitioned hard drive or a separate hard drive.
 Proper use of CTC IT equipment
o    Assure that the provided IT equipment’s are operating well at any time;
o    Daily update of virus protection;
o    Collaborate with the CTC coordinator and finance staff to assure that funds provided for IT maintenance and internet are timely used for the right purpose.
o    Report all problems relating to running of the database and computer to the CTC in charge.
o    Update IT equipment and data clerk staff inventory on quarterly bases
o    Supervise the cleanliness and tidiness of computer to all sites.
o    Conduct timely database trouble shooting whenever needed.
 Sharing and effective use of reports
o    Ensure that the data clerks use the CTC2 database to produce high quality monthly NACP reports and submit these to the CTC coordinator who will then submit these to DACC etc. according to the national data flow and reporting calendar.
o    Ensure that the data clerks use the CTC2 database to produce monthly reports on patients who are lost to follow up and submit these to the Community Liaison person, who will use this data to trace these patients.
 Other Duties
o    To work with data clerks and advise them on planning for leave and are informed of their absence at work.
o    Supervise the use of all the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) that are provided;
o    Perform any other work related issues as assigned to you by your supervisor
o    Assist data clerk to do simple analysis from the database.
o    Assist data clerk to manage data flow. Movement of files from point at the facility e.g. Clinician, refill sites, cabinet, to data clerk and back to cabinet and to clinician.
o    Giving new updates of program and database updates.
o    Have preparatory meeting: review budgets, data clerk wages, real time status of the facility, mandatory to review file arrangement
o    Train and build capacity of clinical staff (Clinics in charges, DACCs, clinicians and ART nurses in data recording/documentation on M&E tool/ clinical forms/cards (CRF), using databases for data entry, data cleaning, production of reports and monitoring performance of staff
o    Train and build capacity of site data clerks in entering data in the database, running data checks for data cleaning, and making backups of the database.
o    Ensure data clerks works according to the scope of work and standard operating procedures.
 Monitoring and Supply of M&E tools
o    To ensure M&E system are in place working well in all aspect of data management
o    To ensure M&E tools supplied at the facilities and reported during stock out on time eg: Pre-ART, ART registers, CTC1 and CTC2 cards, Appointments register etc.
o    Assist data clerks to produce appointment list of patients expected to clinic and give these lists to ART nurses.
 Troubleshooting of IT equipment’s, MYSQL and ACCESS databases
o    Provide IT support to CTC based computers and to AGPAHI purchased computers at laboratory, pharmacy and RCH.
o    Troubleshooting MYSQL and ACCESS databases during the malfunction of the system E.g.: Front End crushed, MYSQL server stop functioning, window computer corrupt.
o    Updating, configuration and installations of software into computers and CTC2 databases.
 Data collection, verification, processing, entry and Data quality Management
o    Review data collection tools used against the required reports and provide advice and assistance in improving these tools.
o    To ensure data verifications into paper based system and CTC2 databases are done on monthly basis
o    To ensures data entries are done accurate, completely into CTC2 databases and PMTCT data entered accurate and complete into District health Information system (DHIS)
o    To participate in quarterly Data collections, verification and processing into the system.
Data Analysis
o    Participate actively at internal and external meetings, trainings and workshops concerning data issues and other project activities as delegated by the dotted line supervisors with various stakeholders; assume representational responsibilities when asked,
o    Ensure proper reporting/communication to dotted line supervisors
 Quality improvement activities
o    Work closely with data clerks to support quality improvement activities.
o    Perform QI performance measurement from data collection, data entry and data verification.
o    QI capacity building to site staffs in order to get quality data.
Qualifications:
o    Certifications related to the post; Advanced Diploma in IT or Bachelor’s Degree in
Computer Sciences.
o    Computer literacy, with comfortable working experience with the basic Microsoft packages (outlook, internet, word, excel & power point).
o    At least one year experience in data management or database administration.
 Knowledge and skills:
o    Professional knowledge and skills the person in this role must have.
o    Knowledge of MySQL and Access Database and statistical packages like STATA, SPSS and The NACP CTC2 Database will be an added advantage.
 Other requirements:
o    Fluent reading, writing, and speaking in both Kiswahili and English
o    Due to nature of the work, this job requires frequent travel to the sites
 HOW TO APPLY
AGPAHI is an equal opportunities employer and these positions are open to all, but ONLY qualified candidates should submit a CV and a cover letter explaining how the experience detailed in the CV will contribute to the requirements of the position and references to AGPAHI. For those who will send e-copies please send cover letter and CV saved in your names.
Submissions may be sent to:
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
AGPAHI
P.O. BOX 38252
Plot 373, Mtitu Street, East Upanga
Dar es Salaam,
Tanzania. Or e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
CLOSING DATE; 27TH APRIL 2015
SOURCE; DAILY NEWS 14TH APRIL 2015
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Friday, 17 April 2015 Written by in NAFASI ZA KAZI

THE INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANCY ARUSHA
JOB OPENING
RE-ADVERTISED

Introduction
The Institute of Accountancy Arusha is a parastatal academic institution offering undergraduate and postgraduate training courses. It is established by the Institute of Accountancy Act No.1 of 1990 with its headquarters at Njiro Hill, Arusha City. The Institute wishes to recruit a suitable, motivated, potential and capable person from the market on an unspecified time and pensionable terms.
Vision Statement
To become an exemplary centre of excellence in modern business management training, research and consultancy services.
Mission Statement
To provide high quality, competence-based training and offer research and consultancy services through applied technology.
Essence and Mandate for the Recruitment
The Institute has received a replacement of employment permit No.BC.10/109/01/D/93 dated 16th February 2015 issued by Permanent Secretary – President’s Office, Public Service Management giving it approval and mandate to recruiting for the vacancy mentioned hereunder as per the IAA Act.
General Conditions to Interested Applicants:
i. All applicants must be citizens of Tanzanian
ii. Applicants must attach up-to-date Curriculum Vitae (CV) bearing reliable contacts, postal address, e-mail address and accessible, reliable mobile phone numbers and three reputable referees
iii. All applications should base on strength of the information given by this advertisement with hand-signed application letters
iv. All applications must be attached with relevant copies of academic certificates
- Postgraduate qualifications/degree/advanced Diploma/Diploma/Certificates
- Postgraduate qualifications/degree/advanced Diploma/Diploma transcripts
- Form IV, Form VI National Examination certificates
- Computer certificates
- Professional certificates from respective professional bodies
- Two recent passport size picture
- Birth certificate
v. Form IV/VI result slips, partial testimonials or partial result slips are strictly not accepted
vi. Presented of forged academic certificates and other incorrect information in the CV shall necessitate to legal actions
vii. Applicants currently employed in the public service should route their application letters through their respective employers
viii. Applicants retired from public service for whatever reasons should not apply
ix. Certificates from foreign examination bodies and universities should have been authenticated by The National Examination Council of Tanzania (NECTA) and The Tanzania Commission for Universities
x. Applicants with special needs/cases or disability are encouraged to apply and are supposed to indicate so in their application letter
xi. Women are highly encouraged to apply
xii. Only shortlisted applicants will be informed on the date for interview
xiii. Application letters should be in English
xiv. Canvassing will lead to disqualification from consideration into further processing steps
xv. Deadline for applications is 24th April 2015 at 1600hrs.

TITLE OF POSITION: ASSISTANT LECTURER – 1 post (Accounting / Finance /Procurement and Logistics/Supply Chain Management)

SCOPE OF THE POSITION AND ITS EXPECTED OUTPUTS:
Holder of the position is responsible for all assigned academic duties. The outputs in this position are expected in the quality, efficient and effective dissemination of skills and knowledge in a competence based mode with big and value adding results with integrity and honesty.

POSITION RELATIONSHIPS:
• Reports to the respective Head of Department
• Supervises: NIL
KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• To teach up to NTA level 8 ( Bachelor Degree);
• Prepare learning resources for Tutorial exercises;
• To conduct research, seminars and case studies;
• To carry out consultancy and community services under supervision;
• To supervise Students Projects;
• To prepare Teaching Materials;
• Perform any other duties as assigned by supervisor

PERSON SPECIFICATION:
The holder of this position must possess Bachelor degree (3.8 or above GPA) in the respective discipline and a Masters degree (3.5 GPA/B+ or above) in the relevant field from a recognized University/Institution. Must have a maximum age of 40 years.

REMUNERATION:
The post carries attractive packages commensurate to qualifications and respective merits pursuant to the Institute’s schemes of services, policies and related public service circular
Interested Applicants should send their applications not later than 24th April 2015 at 1600hrs to
Rector
Institute of Accountancy Arusha
P.O. Box 2798
ARUSHA.
SOURCE; DAILY NEWS 17TH APRIL 2015
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Friday, 17 April 2015 Written by in NAFASI ZA KAZI

TANZANIA FINANCIAL SERVICES FOR UNDERSERVED SETTLEMENTS (TAFSUS)
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
POSITION; PROGRAMME OFFICER
Tanzania Financial Services for Underserved Settlements (TAFSUS) is a non-profit company registered under the Company Act and set up in Tanzania to provide financial services for upgrading underserved (slums) settlements. TAFSUS has emanated from the Slum Upgrading Facility (SUP) programme of UN Habitat and aims to uplift the living standard of Slum dwellers through offering guarantee to bankable project that promote affordable housing, community infrastructure upgrade and access to water, sanitation, land and improvement of settlement as a whole for low-income households. Recently, TAFSUS introduced the Land delivery project whereby Land is sourced, cleared, surveyed and plots sold out with purposeful target of people living in underserved settlements.

TAFSUS invites applications from qualified and dynamic candidates for the position of a Programme Officer based in Dar Es Salaam and reporting to the Executive Director. This position is part of the TAFSUS's core team that would provide the successful candidate with I an exciting opportunity to oversee and shape the programme work of TAFSUS. Specific responsibilities include:
•    Indentify underserved settlements appropriate for an upgrading projects, manage relationships and establish effective working arrangements with communities
•    Conduct field appraisal of selected project applications, review applicants business plans and use the information to approve bankable settlements upgrading projects that best meet the community needs;
•    Manage Land delivery activities that involve Land acquisition, clearance, survey, seeking approvals and sale of plots;
•    Lead monitoring and evaluation of projects performance;
•    Foster productive relationship with key stakeholders hence build effective networks with relevant ministries and government authorities, policy forums, development partners, donor agencies, private sector and civil societies working for similar and/or related objectives
The ideal candidate will have:
•    Minimum of a first degree in project management, community development, land use planning and/or related fields; preference shall be accorded to candidates with Postgraduate qualifications;
•    At, least 3 years work experience in project development and related processes, community development works (ideally involvement in housing, sanitation, water, land use development planning, real estate, finance projects);
•    Strong familiarity with project funds management, monitoring and evaluation, fund-raising, high quality proposal and report writing and analytical briefs;
•    Ability to multi-task) 'work on tight timelines and highest degree of integrity;
•    Exceptional written and verbal skills in English and Kiswahili;
•    Must have solid computer skills especially MS Excel, Ms Word and Ms Project
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:
Interested candidate should submit a cover letter, CV (not exceeding four pages) and names and contact information of three referees before close of business at l700hrs on 27th April 2015 , addressed to the Executive Director, Tanzania Financial Services for Underserved Settlements, by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or Post to' P. O Box 79603, Dar Es Salaam.

Please do not attach any document other than a Cv and cover letter.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted .
SOURCE; DAILY NEWS 17TH APRIL 2015
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Friday, 17 April 2015 Written by in NAFASI ZA KAZI

 

 

 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

POSITION; ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
The US Embassy is seeking an individual for the position of Administrative Assistant at the United States Agency for International Development. This is a full-time Personal Services Contract position.
BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION
The Administrative Assistant will manage office support operations and provide administrative and financial management support to the Contracting Office. Key position elements include: secretarial support to the office; financial monitoring of individual activities; coordination of logistics for the Contracting Office Team, their Contracting activities, and management and processing of all associated forms and data.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1.    Perform secretarial and administrative support functions for The Contracting Office Team, including: screening of incoming telephone calls and visitors; filing; receiving and controlling incoming correspondence; preparing and finalizing office correspondence and work (e.g. letters, memos, cables, reports, forms, etc.); locating and assembling information for reports and briefings; arranging travel and preparing associated documentation for the office staff, maintaining stock of office supplies and liaising with GSO for necessary repairs, preparing time and attendance sheets for Contracting Office staff, travel arrangements, making appointments, etc……………(25%)
2.    Works in liaison with the Controller's, Strategic Planning & Program Support and Executive Offices to provide oversight of the Contracting Office budgetary and procurement actions. Responsible for monitoring of overall Contracting Office budgets and tracking of activity expenditures and preparing 1034s and other government forms……………(25%).
3.    Coordinates logistical organization of Contracting Office workshops/seminars/ conferences for partners and clients (e.g. venue, transportation, invitations, facilitation, etc.); records and prepares minutes/reports of events as required………………(10%).
4.    Manages and maintains office filing systems according to the Procurement Executive Bulletin (PEB) No. 05-2006, makes recommendations for reorganization or addition of files, keep track of incoming and outgoing files and assignments and ordering of supplies, distribute copies of awards to the concerned parties as per the current regulations………………………………(10%)
5.    Drafts routine correspondence for the Contracting Office Team, responding to incoming correspondence on own initiative, and when appropriate. Designs tools for monitoring and managing Contracting Office team, examples include flex time & training matrices etc. Maintains Contracting Office's calendar and reminds the CO Team of important engagements as required; correspond with Implementing Partners/Contractors to obtain DUNS Numbers and other such documentation requirements (others such as certifications) to assure the file completeness…………………….(10%)
6.    Management and processing of Contracting Office training data and plans. Post procurement data into Electronic Procurement Information Collection System (EPICS); do simple Procurement Modifications; be cognizant of Global Acquisition and Assistance System (GLAAS) and other similar upcoming procurement changes …………………(10% of time)
7.    Performs other duties as required……………………………. (10% of time)
 
 
 
QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED
All applicants must address each selection criterion detailed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each item.
1.    Education: Completion of Secondary School coupled with two years of professional training in Office Administration, secretarial or related field. Accounting and computer qualifications are required.
2.    Prior Work Experience: Three years of relevant professional experience. Demonstrable (minimum two years) competence in the fields of office administration, secretarial and basic accounting is required. The incumbent is able to organize meetings and conference logistics. A higher, education level may be considered instead of working experience, is required.
3.    Language Proficiency: Level III English (good working knowledge) and Level IV (fluent) Kiswahili ability is required.
4.    Knowledge: Familiarity with computers/data processing and basic accounting is required. Understanding of USAID's Contracting activities is a plus is required.
5.    Skills and Abilities: Demonstrates writing skills in English. Ability to accomplish key tasks when tasked with competing priorities. Good interpersonal skills and ability to work well with a wide range of individuals and groups. Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite (Word; PowerPoint; Excel: etc). Computer typing proficiency is required.
 

SELECTION PROCESS

When fully qualified, US Citizen Eligible Family Members (USEFMs) and US Veterans are given preference. Therefore, it is essential that the candidate specifically address the required qualifications above in the application.

ADDITIONAL SELECTION CRITERIA
1.    Management will consider nepotism/conflict of interest, budget, and residency status in determining successful candidacy.
TO APPLY

Interested candidates for this position must submit the following for consideration of the application:
 
1.    Universal Application for Employment as a Locally Employed Staff or Family Member (DS-174). A hard copy of the application form (DS-174) is also available at the American Embassy, gate 3; or

2.    A combination of both; i.e. Sections 1 -24 of the UAE along with a listing of the applicant’s work experience attached as a separate sheet; or

3.    A current resume or curriculum vitae that provides the same information found on the UAE (see section 3A below for more information); plus

4.    Candidates who claim US Veterans preference must provide a copy of their Form DD-214 with their application. Candidates who claim conditional US Veterans preference must submit documentation confirming eligibility for a conditional preference in hiring with their application.

5.    Any other documentation (e.g., essays, certificates, awards) that addresses the qualification requirements of the position as listed above.
3A. If an applicant is submitting a resume or curriculum vitae, s/he must provide the following information equal to what is found on the UAE.

Failure to do so will result in an incomplete application.
 
A. Position Title
B. Position Grade
C. Vacancy Announcement Number (if known)
D. Dates Available for Work
E. First, Middle, & Last Names as well as any other names used
F. Date and Place of Birth
G. Current Address, Day, Evening, and Cell phone numbers
H. U.S. Citizenship Status (Yes or No) & status of permanent U.S. Resident (Yes or No; if yes, provide number)
I. U.S. Social Security Number and/or Identification Number
J. Eligibility to work in the country (Yes or No)
K. Special Accommodations the Mission needs to provide
L. If applying for position that includes driving a U.S. Government vehicle, Driver’s License Class / Type
M. Days available to work
N. List any relatives or members of your household that work for the U.S. Government (include their Name, Relationship, & Agency, Position, Location)
O. U.S. Eligible Family Member and Veterans Hiring Preference
P. Education
Q. License, Skills, Training, Membership, & Recognition
R. Language Skills
S. Work Experience
T. References
 
SUBMIT APPLICATION TO

American Embassy
Human Resources Office
P.O. Box 9123
Dar es Salaam

POINT OF CONTACT

Telephone: 229 4000, Ext: 4137/4148/4233/4024
Fax: 2294726 or 2294970
CLOSING DATE OF THE POSITION: April 30, 2015
 
The US Mission in Tanzania provides equal opportunity and fair and equitable treatment in employment to all people without regard to race, color religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation, marital status, or sexual orientation. The Department of State also strives to achieve equal employment opportunity in all personnel operations through continuing diversity enhancement programs.

The EEO complaint procedure is not available to individuals who believe they have been denied equal opportunity based upon marital status or political affiliation. Individuals with such complaints should avail themselves of the appropriate grievance procedures, remedies for prohibited personnel practices, and/or courts for relief.
 
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted
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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
POSITION; A.I.D ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
The US Embassy is seeking an individual for the position of A.I.D Environmental Management Specialist at the United States Agency for International Development. This is a full-time Personal Services Contract position.
BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION
USAID’s legally-mandated environmental procedures are laid out in 22 CFR 216 (“Reg 216”) and ADS Chapter 204, Environmental Procedures. These required procedures are USAID’s principal mechanism to ensure environmentally sound design and management of mission activities, and thus to prevent significant adverse impacts on (1) environmental resources and ecosystems and (2) the health and livelihoods of stakeholders that might result from inadequate attention to environmental requirements in design and implementation. Compliance with these procedures is mandatory. They apply to every program, project, activity, and amendment supported with USAID funds. USAID/Tanzania is fully committed to their systematic and complete implementation.
The Mission Environmental Specialist is responsible for ensuring USAID/Tanzania compliance with the requirements of Reg 216 and ADS 204 across the entire portfolio of development activities. This is a senior-level position with a high level of responsibility for ensuring that the Mission is meeting legal requirements. The incumbent is an expert on environment and natural resource management, Tanzanian and USAID environmental policy and regulations and environmental compliance. S/he liaises regularly with Tanzanian government authorities at all levels on environmental regulations and requirements and participates in the development, design and modification of ongoing and new projects and activities, working in close collaboration with USAID staff, development partners, and the Government of Tanzania (GOT).
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The USAID/Tanzania Mission Environmental Management Specialist (MEMS) will provide high-quality professional technical assistance to USAID/Tanzania sector offices and Development Objective (DO) teams, contractors and grantees, and Government of Tanzania counterparts and stakeholders. The incumbent will assure compliance with environmental requirements and transfer skills and best
practices to targeted implementing partner and host country programs and institutions. The MES will report to the Project Development Specialist in the Program Office and be part of the Project Design team.

A. Project and activity design and development 35%
The incumbent will serve as a core member of all USAID/Tanzania DO and technical teams and in this capacity will provide expert advice and guidance on the development of environmentally sound Project Appraisal Documents (PADs), government-to-government implementing instruments, scopes of work and program descriptions as well as mandatory Reg 216 documentation.
•     Review and clear all required Reg 216 documents for quality and completeness, including but not limited to Initial Environmental Examinations (IEEs) and amendments, Requests for Categorical Exclusion (RCEs), Environmental Assessments (EAs), and Environmental Mitigation and Monitoring Plans (EMMPs), and once cleared forward all such documents to the Bureau Environmental Officer for concurrence;
•    Review and clear all project design documents (concept papers, PADs) with particular attention to the mandatory environmental analysis summaries and annexes;
•    Review and clear solicitation and award documents (RFAs, RFPs, contracts, cooperative agreements), ensuring the inclusion of Environmental Compliance Language for Solicitation and Awards;
•    Review and clear all government-to-government agreements and implementation instruments, ensuring that environmental requirements are met;
•     Review and clear all modifications to existing awards that entail any changes or additions to the activities being implemented that have environmental implications;
•    Provide guidance and advice on environmentally-sensitive activities being proposed or carried out by other development partners;
•    Manage and update the USAID/Tanzania Mission Order on Environmental Policies and Procedures and revise as necessary;
•     Provides leadership and expertise to Mission staff in the area of project development, review and approval policies and procedures;
•    Undertakes information gathering, analytical and evaluative tasks of a broad scope having to do with the Mission’s cross-cutting themes. Tracks, compiles and disseminates this information on cross-cutting issues to DO Teams and partners for inclusion in activities where appropriate;
•     Participates in design process to ensure inclusion of cross-cutting issues, and ensure activity development completeness of supporting analyses, efficiency of design methodology and logistics, adequacy of technical design, and compliance with applicable Agency regulations and policies;

 

B. Environmental compliance monitoring and documentation 35%
The MEMS monitors compliance of all USAID/Tanzania projects and activities, ensures implementing partners are applying best environmental practices, and prepares environmental compliance documentation as required.
•    Provides Mission environmental leadership by serving as the Mission point of contact (POC) with the Bureau Environmental Officer (BEO) and Regional Environmental Advisor (REA), thereby linking the Mission directly with environmental policy guidance ;
•     Serve as liaison with the E3 Office of Environment;
•     Review environmental compliance monitoring carried out by the USAID/Tanzania Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Program for quality, consistency and adherence to requirements;
•     Establish and maintain a Mission-wide environmental compliance tracking tool and an up-to-date inventory of all Mission Reg 216 documents;
•    Establish an e-library of environmental compliance and environmentally-sound design and management (ESDM) resources;
•     Prepare the required environmental compliance section of the annual Operational Plan (OP);
•     Draft and/or review environment-related narratives for the annual Operational Plan and PPR such as key issues;
•    In coordination with CORs/AORs, conduct field monitoring for environmental compliance through site visits to any project or activity in the USAID/Tanzania portfolio;

 C. Capacity development and other duties as assigned 30%
The MEMS will design and implement specialized assessments, workshops and training activities to ensure that USAID staff, implementing partners and Tanzanian counterparts integrate sound environmental management into development planning and enhance their compliance capacity.
•    Recruit outside technical assistance as required for environmental compliance activities
•     Enhance capacity and awareness USAID staff and ensure familiarization with the requirements of the Environmental Policies and Procedures Mission Order;
•      Enhance capacity and awareness of implementing partner staff through training and technical assistance and support the development of EMMPs as required, training courses and technical assistance
•     Support capacity development for GOT counterparts;
•     Participate in donor coordination meetings related to environment.

 
QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

All applicants must address each selection criterion detailed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each item.
1.    Education:
    Minimum of Masters’ Degree (MA or MSc) in environmental management, environmental impact assessment, economics, engineering, rural development, or closely related field is required.
2.    Prior Work Experience:
    8 years of progressively responsible experience in environmental consulting and environmental regulations compliance. Four years of this should involve working with donor or an international organization is required.
3.    Post Entry Training:
    Training related to USAID’s program development and implementation, and related skills upgrading as available and appropriate is required
4.    Language Proficiency (List both English and host country language(s) proficiency requirements by level (II, III) and specialization (sp/read):
    Level IV (Fluency) in English and Kiswahili fluency is required.
5.    Job Knowledge:
    Must have thorough professional knowledge of environmental compliance regulations in Tanzania. Must have a practical experience applying environmental compliance regulations to international development funded projects and programs. Knowledge of project development, design, management, performance monitoring, and reporting is required. Must have a good knowledge of host-country contacts (official and non-governmental) in the areas of environmental compliance is required.
6.    Skills and Abilities: Incumbent should able to and skilled in:-
•    Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain positive relations with senior officials from the Government of Tanzania at the central, regional and district levels.
•    Able to represent USAID, donors, private sector, and NGOs involved in similar development activities in order to obtain required information to conduct high quality analysis of complex issues.
•    Demonstrated ability to manage and lead teams of experts. Ability to work both independently and in a team environment.
•    Must have strong English language writing and verbal communication skills.
•    Excellent computer skills (MS Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, and other relevant software) are required to analyze, monitor, and present information is required.
SELECTION PROCESS
When fully qualified, US Citizen Eligible Family Members (USEFMs) and US Veterans are given preference. Therefore, it is essential that the candidate specifically address the required qualifications above in the application.
ADDITIONAL SELECTION CRITERIA
1. Management will consider nepotism/conflict of interest, budget, and residency status in determining successful candidacy.
TO APPLY
Interested candidates for this position must submit the following for consideration of the application:
•    Universal Application for Employment as a Locally Employed Staff or Family Member (DS-174). A hard copy of the application form (DS-174) is also available at the American Embassy, gate 3; or
•     A combination of both; i.e. Sections 1 -24 of the UAE along with a listing of the applicant’s work experience attached as a separate sheet; or
•      A current resume or curriculum vitae that provides the same information found on the UAE (see section 3A below for more information); plus
•    Candidates who claim US Veterans preference must provide a copy of their Form DD-214 with their application. Candidates who claim conditional US Veterans preference must submit documentation confirming eligibility for a conditional preference in hiring with their application.
•     Any other documentation (e.g., essays, certificates, awards) that addresses the qualification requirements of the position as listed above.
3A. If an applicant is submitting a resume or curriculum vitae, s/he must provide the following information equal to what is found on the UAE.
Failure to do so will result in an incomplete application.
  A. Position Title
    B. Position Grade
    C. Vacancy Announcement Number (if known)
    D. Dates Available for Work
    E. First, Middle, & Last Names as well as any other names used
    F. Date and Place of Birth
    G. Current Address, Day, Evening, and Cell phone numbers
    H. U.S. Citizenship Status (Yes or No) & status of permanent U.S. Resident (Yes or No; if yes, provide number)
    I. U.S. Social Security Number and/or Identification Number
    J. Eligibility to work in the country (Yes or No)
    K. Special Accommodations the Mission needs to provide
    L. If applying for position that includes driving a U.S. Government vehicle, Driver’s License Class / Type
    M. Days available to work
    N. List any relatives or members of your household that work for the U.S. Government (include their Name, Relationship, & Agency, Position, Location)
    O. U.S. Eligible Family Member and Veterans Hiring Preference
    P. Education
    Q. License, Skills, Training, Membership, & Recognition
    R. Language Skills
    S. Work Experience
    T. References

 SUBMIT APPLICATION TO
American Embassy
Human Resources Office
P.O. Box 9123
Dar es Salaam
POINT OF CONTACT
Telephone: 229 4000, Ext: 4137/4148/4233/4024
Fax: 2294726
CLOSING DATE OF THE POSITION: April 30, 2015
The US Mission in Tanzania provides equal opportunity and fair and equitable treatment in employment to all people without regard to race, color religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation, marital status, or sexual orientation. The Department of State also strives to achieve equal employment opportunity in all personnel operations through continuing diversity enhancement programs.
The EEO complaint procedure is not available to individuals who believe they have been denied equal opportunity based upon marital status or political affiliation. Individuals with such complaints should avail themselves of the appropriate grievance procedures, remedies for prohibited personnel practices, and/or courts for relief.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted
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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
POSITION; CULTURAL AFFAIRS ASSISTANT
The US Embassy is seeking an individual for the position of Cultural Affairs Assistant in Public Affairs Section.



BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION

Under the supervision of the Deputy Public Affairs Officer, the Alumni and Fulbright Program Coordinator is responsible for Embassy Dar es Salaam's outreach to and coordination with Tanzanian alumni of U.S.-government sponsored exchange programs, and the management of specific components of Embassy Dar es Salaam’s Fulbright program.



MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
25%
In close cooperation with Public Affairs Officer (PAO) and Deputy Public Affairs Develops (DPAO) and implements a comprehensive strategic plan for alumni outreach activities. Organizes alumni events, such as receptions, conferences, seminars, and workshops. Identifies and realizes opportunities to integrate alumni into Mission public affairs programming and activities.
 
25%
Tracks, compiles, and communicates contact information for Tanzanian alumni of USG-sponsored exchange programs. In coordination with ECA colleagues in Washington, develops program-specific communities of Tanzanian alumni, and promotes ongoing Mission public diplomacy programs within those communities to encourage alumni participation.
 
35%
Oversees all day-to-day administration of the core Fulbright Award programs for U.S. citizens coming to the United Republic of Tanzania. This includes program design and planning, promotion and recruitment, liaising with Fulbright's US-based cooperating agencies (IIE, CIES), grant administration, logistics (including visa, resident permit and related guidance), scholar support, coordination of arrivals, orientations and other enrichment activities including the Fulbright Reflection Series Presentations. Also be the main point of contact and support for US citizens applying for and in receipt of a Fulbright Award to study, research and/or lecture in the United Republic of Tanzania.
 
15%
Coordinates the recruitment, selection and U.S. travel logistics for Tanzanian scholars, researchers and students participating in the Fulbright Award. Also plays part in internal and external communication by responding to enquires from the general public about the U.S. Fulbright Award, eligibility, procedures etc.

Maintain regular communication with current Tanzania and US scholars, maintain regular communication with Tanzania-based university partners and other award sponsors throughout the year seeking to demonstrate and enhance the value of their relationship with Fulbright, assist with the annual updating and adding to the Awards Department's policies and procedures and give presentations about the Fulbright Award to external audiences.
 
 
 
QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

All applicants must address each selection criterion detailed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each item.
1.    Education: Bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing, or public administration, or related field is required.

2.    Prior Work Experience: At least one year of progressively responsible experience in cultural activities or related fields is required.

3.    Language proficiency: Level IV (fluent) written, reading and spoken English and Kiswahili is required.

4.    Knowledge: Knowledge of statutes, regulations, and work processes governing the execution of the Fulbright program in Tanzania in the United States. familiarity with a wide variety of Tanzanian institutions from which PAS can recruit prospective participants for the Fulbright program, and which might also host American Fulbright scholars and students. Familiarity with the structure and purpose of all USG exchange and cultural programs is required.

5.    Skills and Abilities: Strong interpersonal skills. Computer skills – Microsoft software applications (Word, Excel, etc.). Ability to develop and maintain access to target contacts, government, educational and cultural circles; to plan and carry our assigned projects and logistical support to cultural programs according to schedule; to draft correspondence and reports in English and Kiswahili is required.
 
SELECTION PROCESS

When fully qualified, US Citizen Eligible Family Members (USEFMs) and US Veterans are given preference. Therefore, it is essential that the candidate specifically address the required qualifications above in the application.

ADDITIONAL SELECTION CRITERIA
1.    Management will consider nepotism/conflict of interest, budget, and residency status in determining successful candidacy.
TO APPLY

Interested candidates for this position must submit the following for consideration of the application:
1.    Universal Application for Employment as a Locally Employed Staff or Family Member (DS-174). A hard copy of the application form (DS-174) is also available at the American Embassy, gate 3; or

2.    A combination of both; i.e. Sections 1 -24 of the UAE along with a listing of the applicant’s work experience attached as a separate sheet; or

3.    A current resume or curriculum vitae that provides the same information found on the UAE (see section 3A below for more information); plus

4.    Candidates who claim US Veterans preference must provide a copy of their Form DD-214 with their application. Candidates who claim conditional US Veterans preference must submit documentation confirming eligibility for a conditional preference in hiring with their application.

5.    Any other documentation (e.g., essays, certificates, awards) that addresses the qualification requirements of the position as listed above.
 
3A. If an applicant is submitting a resume or curriculum vitae, s/he must provide the following information equal to what is found on the UAE.

Failure to do so will result in an incomplete application.
A. Position Title
B. Position Grade
C. Vacancy Announcement Number (if known)
D. Dates Available for Work
E. First, Middle, & Last Names as well as any other names used
F. Date and Place of Birth
G. Current Address, Day, Evening, and Cell phone numbers
H. U.S. Citizenship Status (Yes or No) & status of permanent U.S. Resident (Yes or No; if yes, provide number)
I. U.S. Social Security Number and/or Identification Number
J. Eligibility to work in the country (Yes or No)
K. Special Accommodations the Mission needs to provide
L. If applying for position that includes driving a U.S. Government vehicle, Driver’s License Class / Type
M. Days available to work
N. List any relatives or members of your household that work for the U.S. Government (include their Name, Relationship, & Agency, Position, Location)
O. U.S. Eligible Family Member and Veterans Hiring Preference
P. Education
Q. License, Skills, Training, Membership, & Recognition
R. Language Skills
S. Work Experience
T. References
SUBMIT APPLICATION TO

American Embassy
Human Resources Office
P.O. Box 9123
Dar es Salaam

POINT OF CONTACT

Telephone: (255-22)229 4000, Ext: 4137/4148/4233/4024
Fax: (255-22)229 4726
 
CLOSING DATE OF THE POSITION: April 30, 2015

An Equal Opportunity Employer.
 
The US Mission in Tanzania provides equal opportunity and fair and equitable treatment in employment to all people without regard to race, color religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation, marital status, or sexual orientation. The Department of State also strives to achieve equal employment opportunity in all personnel operations through continuing diversity enhancement programs.

The EEO complaint procedure is not available to individuals who believe they have been denied equal opportunity based upon marital status or political affiliation. Individuals with such complaints should avail themselves of the appropriate grievance procedures, remedies for prohibited personnel practices, and/or courts for relief.
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Friday, 17 April 2015 Written by in NAFASI ZA KAZI

THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

The Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority (SUMATRA) is a Government Regulatory Authority established by the Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority Act, CAP 413. SUMATRA’s role is to regulate, promote and facilitate availability of efficient, safe, quality and reliable transport services in the Surface and Marine Transport sub-sectors through competitive and fair trade practices.
SUMATRA is an equal opportunity employer and intends to recruit qualified, competent, dynamic and self-motivated Tanzanians to fill the following vacant positions in the Procurement Management Unit, Corporate Communication Unit, Directorate of Maritime Safety & Security Services, and the Directorate of Ports & Shipping Regulation:

1.0 SENIOR PROCUREMENT/SUPPLIES OFFICER (Head Office) - 1 Post -REF No. 701
Senior Procurement/Supplies Officer reports to Manager, Procurement & Supplies.
1.1 Duties and Responsibilities
i) Prepare documents like daft contracts, materials/goods requisitions, maintenance agreements, purchase and check requests;
ii) Conduct market and product research and costs analysis;
iii) Analyse suppliers terms and conditions and revise to ensure compliance with procurement regulations;
iv) Assist in the developing and recommending various operational policies and procedures within the framework of procurement regulations;
v) Coordinate with the requisitioning department to obtain required administrative information and/or documents necessary for processing the procurement;
vi) Address specific purchasing needs and specifications with user department;
vii) Supervise employees engaged in the processing of purchasing documents (eg specifications bids, shipping releases, purchase requests and other documents).
viii) Prepare periodic and special reports and maintains current data on suppliers and new products as well as appropriate records and form;
ix) Purchase various commodities and/or services including construction projects, ICT and research equipment requirements;
x) Maintain inventory and stores ledger;
xi) Check tally records and reconcile the stores and advise on the best and economic ways of disposing off of obsolete stores; and
xii) Perform any other duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.
1.2 Minimum qualifications and Requirements
• Holder of University Bachelor’s degree in Procurement and Logistics Management or Advanced Diploma in Materials Management or Advanced Diploma in Procurement and Logistics Management or its equivalent;
• Certified Procurement and Supplies Professional (CPSP) by Procurement & Supplies Professionals and Technicians Board (PSPTB) or an equivalent qualification,
• Registered with the Procurement & Supplies Professionals and Technicians Board (PSPTB) under approved category or above and have a practicing licence;
• At least five (5) years of relevant working experience in a reputable institution;
• Proven knowledge and experience in the Procurement Management Information System (PMIS) will be added advantage.

CANDIDATES’ ATTRIBUTES FOR THE ABOVE VACANT POSITIONS TO BE FILLED:
All Candidates must:
• Demonstrate highest degree of integrity;
• Possess good communication and interpersonal skills;
• Be self-driven and capable of working with minimal supervision;
• Be capable of delivering excellent results while working under pressure with
tight schedules and deadlines.
6.0 TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT
Successful candidates will be employed on Unspecified Period of Contract (Permanent and Pensionable Terms). However, the employment will only be confirmed after completion of six (6) months’ probation period with candidate’s successful performance.
7.0 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package will be offered to successful candidates.
8.0 MODE OF APPLICATION
Applications should be on APPLICANTS’ HANDWRITING indicating the REFERENCE NUMBER (Ref. No.) of the application, accompanied with detailed CURRICULUM VITAE (CV) providing NAMES, POSITIONS and detailed CONTACTS OF THREE (3) RELIABLE REFEREES, and copies of relevant CERTIFICATES and TRANSCRIPTS.
Application letter and the envelope should bear the Ref. No. of the post applied.Application without Ref. No. will not be considered.
Applications with statement/Provisional results or Statements of Results from the Issuing Authority (e.g. NECTA, University, College) where the Certificates have already been issued will not be considered, thus, need not to apply.
10.0 DEADLINE FOR RECEIVING APPLICATION
Application should be submitted in envelope to the address below not later than Monday, 4th May, 2015 at 1700 Hrs. Any application received after the due date will not be considered.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted for Interview.

DIRECTOR GENERAL,
SUMATRA HEAD OFFICE,
MAWASILIANO HOUSE,
ALI HASSAN MWINYI RD/NKOMO ST.
P. O. BOX 3093,
DAR ES SALAAM.
SOURCE; DAILY NEWS 17th April, 2015
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THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
The Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority (SUMATRA) is a Government Regulatory Authority established by the Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority Act, CAP 413. SUMATRA’s role is to regulate, promote and facilitate availability of efficient, safe, quality and reliable transport services in the Surface and Marine Transport sub-sectors through competitive and fair trade practices.
SUMATRA is an equal opportunity employer and intends to recruit qualified, competent, dynamic and self-motivated Tanzanians to fill the following vacant positions in the Procurement Management Unit, Corporate Communication Unit, Directorate of Maritime Safety & Security Services, and the Directorate of Ports & Shipping Regulation:

2.0 CORPORATE COMMUNICATION OFFICER I (Head Office) - 1 Post -REF No. 702
Corporate Communication Officer I reports to Manager, Corporate Communication.
2.1 Duties and Responsibilities
i) Monitor, collect and compile news from media which are relevant to the Authority;
ii) Prepare responses to public queries on matters relating to the Authority;
iii) Draft advertisements and placements for submission to the media;
iv) Assist in organizing official functions and hosting of business visitors;
v) Organise stakeholders meetings and other sessions with external parties;
vi) Prepare and monitor budgets for advertisements and media placements;
vii) Ensure timely preparation, printing and distribution of Authority’s publications;
viii) Prepare departmental periodical and special reports; and
ix) Perform other duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.
2.2 Minimum qualifications and Requirements
• Holder of University Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication, Journalism, Marketing or Social Sciences or its equivalent from a recognized institution;
• Possess basic knowledge in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) applications and Graphics;
• At least three (3) years of relevant working experience in a reputable institution or media house;
• Proven knowledge and experience in media, events management and public
relations will be added advantage.
CANDIDATES’ ATTRIBUTES FOR THE ABOVE VACANT POSITIONS TO BE FILLED:
All Candidates must:
• Demonstrate highest degree of integrity;
• Possess good communication and interpersonal skills;
• Be self-driven and capable of working with minimal supervision;
• Be capable of delivering excellent results while working under pressure with
tight schedules and deadlines.
6.0 TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT
Successful candidates will be employed on Unspecified Period of Contract (Permanent and Pensionable Terms). However, the employment will only be confirmed after completion of six (6) months’ probation period with candidate’s successful performance.
7.0 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package will be offered to successful candidates.
8.0 MODE OF APPLICATION
Applications should be on APPLICANTS’ HANDWRITING indicating the REFERENCE NUMBER (Ref. No.) of the application, accompanied with detailed CURRICULUM VITAE (CV) providing NAMES, POSITIONS and detailed CONTACTS OF THREE (3) RELIABLE REFEREES, and copies of relevant CERTIFICATES and TRANSCRIPTS.
Application letter and the envelope should bear the Ref. No. of the post applied.Application without Ref. No. will not be considered.
Applications with statement/Provisional results or Statements of Results from the Issuing Authority (e.g. NECTA, University, College) where the Certificates have already been issued will not be considered, thus, need not to apply.
10.0 DEADLINE FOR RECEIVING APPLICATION
Application should be submitted in envelope to the address below not later than Monday, 4th May, 2015 at 1700 Hrs. Any application received after the due date will not be considered.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted for Interview.

DIRECTOR GENERAL,
SUMATRA HEAD OFFICE,
MAWASILIANO HOUSE,
ALI HASSAN MWINYI RD/NKOMO ST.
P. O. BOX 3093,
DAR ES SALAAM.
SOURCE; DAILY NEWS 17th April, 2015
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THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
The Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority (SUMATRA) is a Government Regulatory Authority established by the Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority Act, CAP 413. SUMATRA’s role is to regulate, promote and facilitate availability of efficient, safe, quality and reliable transport services in the Surface and Marine Transport sub-sectors through competitive and fair trade practices.
SUMATRA is an equal opportunity employer and intends to recruit qualified, competent, dynamic and self-motivated Tanzanians to fill the following vacant positions in the Procurement Management Unit, Corporate Communication Unit, Directorate of Maritime Safety & Security Services, and the Directorate of Ports & Shipping Regulation:

3.0 FLAG & PORT STATE CONTROL OFFICER I (Mara & Mtwara) - 2 Posts -REF No. 703
Flag & Port State Control Officer I reports to Manager, Maritime Registration, Survey & Control
3.1 Duties and Responsibilities
i) Support the survey and marking of vessels before registration or licensing;
ii) Make arrangements pertaining to registration, licensing, mortgages and liens and any other matters relating to the registration or licensing of vessels;
iii) Maintain central records of ships registered of licensed vessels and monitor the registration or licensing trends;
iv) Monitor the implementation of safety standards by vessels;
v) Prepare individual objectives/targets and performance standards are developed as part of the individual performance agreement in consultation with the immediate superior; and
vi) Perform any other relevant duties assigned by the supervisor.
3.2 Minimum qualifications and Requirements
• Holder of University Degree or Advanced Diploma in Nautical Science, Maritime Transportation, Marine Engineering, Naval Architecture, Mechanical Engineering, or equivalent qualification;
• Master on a ships up to 3000GT (STCW regulation II/2) or Chief Engineer Officer on ships up to 3000kW propulsion power (STCW regulation III/3);
• Possess basic knowledge in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) application, such as; Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Access, Power point & Outlook;
• At least three (3) years of relevant working experience in a reputable institution specifically under maritime sector.
CANDIDATES’ ATTRIBUTES FOR THE ABOVE VACANT POSITIONS TO BE FILLED:
All Candidates must:
• Demonstrate highest degree of integrity;
• Possess good communication and interpersonal skills;
• Be self-driven and capable of working with minimal supervision;
• Be capable of delivering excellent results while working under pressure with
tight schedules and deadlines.
6.0 TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT
Successful candidates will be employed on Unspecified Period of Contract (Permanent and Pensionable Terms). However, the employment will only be confirmed after completion of six (6) months’ probation period with candidate’s successful performance.
7.0 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package will be offered to successful candidates.
8.0 MODE OF APPLICATION
Applications should be on APPLICANTS’ HANDWRITING indicating the REFERENCE NUMBER (Ref. No.) of the application, accompanied with detailed CURRICULUM VITAE (CV) providing NAMES, POSITIONS and detailed CONTACTS OF THREE (3) RELIABLE REFEREES, and copies of relevant CERTIFICATES and TRANSCRIPTS.
Application letter and the envelope should bear the Ref. No. of the post applied.Application without Ref. No. will not be considered.
Applications with statement/Provisional results or Statements of Results from the Issuing Authority (e.g. NECTA, University, College) where the Certificates have already been issued will not be considered, thus, need not to apply.
10.0 DEADLINE FOR RECEIVING APPLICATION
Application should be submitted in envelope to the address below not later than Monday, 4th May, 2015 at 1700 Hrs. Any application received after the due date will not be considered.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted for Interview.

DIRECTOR GENERAL,
SUMATRA HEAD OFFICE,
MAWASILIANO HOUSE,
ALI HASSAN MWINYI RD/NKOMO ST.
P. O. BOX 3093,
DAR ES SALAAM.
SOURCE; DAILY NEWS 17th April, 2015
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THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
The Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority (SUMATRA) is a Government Regulatory Authority established by the Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority Act, CAP 413. SUMATRA’s role is to regulate, promote and facilitate availability of efficient, safe, quality and reliable transport services in the Surface and Marine Transport sub-sectors through competitive and fair trade practices.
SUMATRA is an equal opportunity employer and intends to recruit qualified, competent, dynamic and self-motivated Tanzanians to fill the following vacant positions in the Procurement Management Unit, Corporate Communication Unit, Directorate of Maritime Safety & Security Services, and the Directorate of Ports & Shipping Regulation:
4.0 SHIPPING SERVICES OFFICER II (Dar es Salaam) - 2 Posts -REF No. 704
Shipping Services Officer II reports to Senior Shipping Services Officer.
4.1 Duties and Responsibilities
i) Monitor compliance with legislation, orders, good conduct and practices of service providers in the ports and shipping services industry;
ii) Monitor performances of regulated service providers and submission of requisite reports by service providers;
iii) Monitor the level of competition in the ports and shipping industry and report new developments in the industry;
iv) Enforce adherence to safety/health at work and environmental protection requirements and standards at ports, ICDs, CFS and inter-modal terminals;
v) Ensure ports and shipping services providers timely file their tariffs with the Authority for determination and appraisal;
vi) Ensure timely submission of cargo and freighted manifests by shipping agents;
vii) Check-on the completeness and accuracy of applications for registration and/or licence or renewals as they are submitted to the Authority;
viii) Maintain records of applications and corresponding registration and licences issued to service providers;
ix) Prepare Registration Certificates for clearing and forwarding agents and licences for cargo consolidation and de-consolidation; and
x) Perform any other duties as may be assigned by the Supervisor.
4. 2 Minimum qualifications and Requirements
• Holder of a University Degree in Port Management, Shipping Management, Transport Management, Commerce (Marketing) or equivalent qualification;
• Possess basic knowledge in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) application, such as; Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Access, Power point & Outlook;
• At least six (6) months of relevant working experience in a reputable institution will be added advantage.

CANDIDATES’ ATTRIBUTES FOR THE ABOVE VACANT POSITIONS TO BE FILLED:
All Candidates must:
• Demonstrate highest degree of integrity;
• Possess good communication and interpersonal skills;
• Be self-driven and capable of working with minimal supervision;
• Be capable of delivering excellent results while working under pressure with
tight schedules and deadlines.

6.0 TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT
Successful candidates will be employed on Unspecified Period of Contract (Permanent and Pensionable Terms). However, the employment will only be confirmed after completion of six (6) months’ probation period with candidate’s successful performance.

7.0 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package will be offered to successful candidates.

8.0 MODE OF APPLICATION
Applications should be on APPLICANTS’ HANDWRITING indicating the REFERENCE NUMBER (Ref. No.) of the application, accompanied with detailed CURRICULUM VITAE (CV) providing NAMES, POSITIONS and detailed CONTACTS OF THREE (3) RELIABLE REFEREES, and copies of relevant CERTIFICATES and TRANSCRIPTS.
Application letter and the envelope should bear the Ref. No. of the post applied.Application without Ref. No. will not be considered.
Applications with statement/Provisional results or Statements of Results from the Issuing Authority (e.g. NECTA, University, College) where the Certificates have already been issued will not be considered, thus, need not to apply.

10.0 DEADLINE FOR RECEIVING APPLICATION
Application should be submitted in envelope to the address below not later than Monday, 4th May, 2015 at 1700 Hrs. Any application received after the due date will not be considered.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted for Interview.

DIRECTOR GENERAL,
SUMATRA HEAD OFFICE,
MAWASILIANO HOUSE,
ALI HASSAN MWINYI RD/NKOMO ST.
P. O. BOX 3093,
DAR ES SALAAM.
SOURCE; DAILY NEWS 17th April, 2015
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Friday, 17 April 2015 Written by in NAFASI ZA KAZI

MUSOMA WATER SUPPLY AND SATNITATION AUTHORITY
VACANCY


Musoma water supply and sanitation Authority ( MUWASA) is a utility established under section 9 of the Water Supply and sanitation Act N0. 12 of 2009 with the objective of water supply and sanitation services in Musoma Municipality in this respect, the actives of MUWASA have specifically expanded and the Authority now invites applications from suitably qualified and skilled individuals who are dynamic and result oriented to fill the following posts
1.0    position ;commercial  Manager
1.1    Reporting Relationship: TO managing Director
1.2    Purpose and scope
The successful candidate will be head of commercial Department and shall be responsible for efficient and effective managent of commercial and Business matters the Authority.
1.3    Duties and Respondibilities
i)To ensure that customer data collection, coputation and analysis is carried out and to ensure taking of proper action to satisfy customer demands and needs.
ii)to ensure updating of customer date and its Electronic Data processing.
iii) To ensure carrying out water of continuous customer survey
iv)To ensure the monitoring of water supply at public supply  points ( such as kiosks and stand pipes)
v)To make sure that there is timely connection of new customers as well as disconnection and reconnection.
Vi) To make sure that the customers are informed of all developments with regards to water and to water and sewerage services.
vii) To establish policies for making water and sewerage customers satisfied with the Authority’s services ( e.g. promotional/ advertisement activities for the urban population)
viii)To manage customer record collection, keeping processing and storage ( customer master file)
ix) To manage meter readings, calculation of bills and preparation of Invoices ( billings)
x) To manage proper procedures for acquisition of new customers (potential customers)
xi)To control customer survey team.
Xii) May be called to deputize the Managing Director and act in his/her position wherever the substantive Managing Director is away
xiii)To perform any other duties as may be assigned by the Managing Director.
1.4    Qualification and Experience
    .Holders of Masters Degree in finance and Acounting/ Business Administration or Economics after attainiment of the said qualilifications who have been actively involved in business management and development or marketing in a reputable firm for more than three years
. Sound knowledge of commercial matters, Accounting and finances
. Good Writtern and communication skills
.Must be computer literate with working knowledge of any billing and Accounting Application software.
1.5    Age Limit:
.Not above 45 years of age.
1.6    Remuneration
Attractive package and fringe benefits as per MUWASA’s incentives of application with certified copies of relevant academic and professionals so as to reach he undersingned not later than 14th may 2015. Applicants are also required to indicate the names and contacts of at least three (3) work/ professional referees. Only shortlisted candidates will be informed for interview
The Managing Director,
Musoma Water Supply and sanitation Authority,
p.o. Box 233
MUSOMA
SOURCE;DAILY NEWS 14TH APRIL 2015
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Thursday, 16 April 2015 Written by in NAFASI ZA KAZI

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ADVERTISEMENT

Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO) is focusing on increasing the outreach and service quality of its Energy products for Tanzanians. Next to its current passion as a leading provider of electricity is to be more efficient, customer focused utility for Tanzania and beyond. The Company has the largest electricity generation, transmission and distribution network in Tanzania. In order to reach its goals, the Company is investing heavily in its generation, transmission and distribution network, its business systems and human capital. TANESCO now invites applicants who are self-motivated, honest, hardworking and committed individuals to fill the under-mentioned posts in Kagera Region.
Specific attributes for the Positions to be filled:
All Candidates must:
•    Demonstrate impeccable performance track record.
•     Demonstrate highest degree of integrity.
•    Possess good communication and interpersonal skills.
•    Be self-driven and capable of working with minimal supervision.
•     Be capable of delivering excellent results while working under pressure with tight deadlines.
•    Possess knowledge and competency in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) application.
•    Professional skills in distribution management system.
•    Problem solving skills.

POSITION; ELECTRICAL TECHNICIANS 05 POSTS
Reports To: Mains Engineer& District Manager
Reporting Office: Kagera
POSITION OBJECTIVE:
Implements construction and maintenance of distribution networks as per regional plans in order to meet set targets.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:
•    Implements and supervises construction of approved distribution lines extension to ensure that more customers are connected as per targets.
•     Implements distribution system maintenance plans and supervises all maintenance works to ensure power reliability and distribution losses reduction.
•    Implements maintenance of distribution substations to ensure reliability of supply.
•     Proposes preventive maintenance plans to improve distribution system performance.
•    Monitoring and control the activities of members of section to ensure the most effective utilization of human resources.
•    Any other official duties as may be assigned by the Mains engineer or District Manager.

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
•    Form IV/VI Holder of FTC or Diploma in Electrical Engineering.
•     Fresh candidate from recognized collage or above
REMUNERATION AND BENEFITS:
Competitive remuneration package shall be offered commensurate with skills and experience.
Details will be discussed at the interview; only people who fit the above criteria need apply.
HOW TO APPLY:
Applicants should send a written application giving full details of previous work life history, qualifications and include two work references. Application closing date: 30th April 2015. Applications should be marked “Private and confidential” and addressed to:
REGIONAL MANAGER,
TANESCO
P. O. Box 3,
BUKOBA, Tanzania
SOURCE; DAILY NEWS 16TH APRIL 2015
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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ADVERTISEMENT

Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO) is focusing on increasing the outreach and service quality of its Energy products for Tanzanians. Next to its current passion as a leading provider of electricity is to be more efficient, customer focused utility for Tanzania and beyond. The Company has the largest electricity generation, transmission and distribution network in Tanzania. In order to reach its goals, the Company is investing heavily in its generation, transmission and distribution network, its business systems and human capital. TANESCO now invites applicants who are self-motivated, honest, hardworking and committed individuals to fill the under-mentioned posts in Kagera Region.
Specific attributes for the Positions to be filled:
All Candidates must:
•    Demonstrate impeccable performance track record.
•     Demonstrate highest degree of integrity.
•    Possess good communication and interpersonal skills.
•    Be self-driven and capable of working with minimal supervision.
•     Be capable of delivering excellent results while working under pressure with tight deadlines.
•    Possess knowledge and competency in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) application.
•    Professional skills in distribution management system.
•    Problem solving skills.

POSITION; ENGINE ATTENDANT - 2 POSTS

Reports To: Station Supervisor.
Reporting Office: Bukoba Power Station
POSITION OBJECTIVE:
To ensure the generating machine operate properly.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:
•    Engaging in mechanical works related to repair maintenance.
•    Responsible for starting and stopping engines and observe their functioning.
•    Carry out plant operations, taking periodical readings and report any defect or operational irregularities.
•    Monitors plant generation engine to ensure engine surroundings are neat and clean all the time.
•    Checks the status of water, oil and fuel in the engine when they are on or off to ensure the engine are properly maintained.
•    Any other official duties as may be assigned by the Station supervisor.
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE:
•    Form IV or VI &Trade Test in Mechanics engineering.
•    Fresh candidate from recognized collage or above
REMUNERATION AND BENEFITS:
Competitive remuneration package shall be offered commensurate with skills and experience.
Details will be discussed at the interview; only people who fit the above criteria need apply.
HOW TO APPLY:
Applicants should send a written application giving full details of previous work life history, qualifications and include two work references. Application closing date: 30th April 2015. Applications should be marked “Private and confidential” and addressed to:
REGIONAL MANAGER,
TANESCO
P. O. Box 3,
BUKOBA, Tanzania
SOURCE; DAILY NEWS 16TH APRIL 2015
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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ADVERTISEMENT
Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO) is focusing on increasing the outreach and service quality of its Energy products for Tanzanians. Next to its current passion as a leading provider of electricity is to be more efficient, customer focused utility for Tanzania and beyond. The Company has the largest electricity generation, transmission and distribution network in Tanzania. In order to reach its goals, the Company is investing heavily in its generation, transmission and distribution network, its business systems and human capital. TANESCO now invites applicants who are self-motivated, honest, hardworking and committed individuals to fill the under-mentioned posts in Kagera Region.
Specific attributes for the Positions to be filled:
All Candidates must:
•    Demonstrate impeccable performance track record.
•     Demonstrate highest degree of integrity.
•    Possess good communication and interpersonal skills.
•    Be self-driven and capable of working with minimal supervision.
•     Be capable of delivering excellent results while working under pressure with tight deadlines.
•    Possess knowledge and competency in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) application.
•    Professional skills in distribution management system.
•    Problem solving skills.

POSITION; ARTISAN-LINESMAN - 01 POST.
Reports To: Mains Foreman.
Reporting Office: Bukoba .
POSITION OBJECTIVE:
As a linesman, responsible for proper construction/maintenance of distribution lines.
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:
•     To ensure the holes for poles erection are excavated according to the company standards and measurements.
•    To ensure the poles are erected in the holes as set standards and measurements.
•     To ensure the electrical conducts have been properly stringed to the distribution lines basing on engineering instructions and safety rules.
•    To ensure power has been connected to customers timely and according to the company standard, while observing customers safety to their lives and properties not to be endangered by the power supplied.
•    To ensure the reported and unreported temporary breakdown are dealt with immediately without delay and make sure the customers have constant electricity supply.
•    To perform any other official duties as may be assigned by the Foreman.
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE:
•    Form IV or VI Trade Test in Electrical Installation.
•     Fresh candidate from recognized collage or above.
REMUNERATION AND BENEFITS:
Competitive remuneration package shall be offered commensurate with skills and experience.
Details will be discussed at the interview; only people who fit the above criteria need apply.
HOW TO APPLY:
Applicants should send a written application giving full details of previous work life history, qualifications and include two work references. Application closing date: 30th April 2015. Applications should be marked “Private and confidential” and addressed to:
REGIONAL MANAGER,
TANESCO
P. O. Box 3,
BUKOBA, Tanzania
SOURCE; DAILY NEWS 16TH APRIL 2015
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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ADVERTISEMENT

Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO) is focusing on increasing the outreach and service quality of its Energy products for Tanzanians. Next to its current passion as a leading provider of electricity is to be more efficient, customer focused utility for Tanzania and beyond. The Company has the largest electricity generation, transmission and distribution network in Tanzania. In order to reach its goals, the Company is investing heavily in its generation, transmission and distribution network, its business systems and human capital. TANESCO now invites applicants who are self-motivated, honest, hardworking and committed individuals to fill the under-mentioned posts at Shinyanga Region
Specific attributes for the Positions to be filled:
All Candidates must:
•    Demonstrate impeccable performance track record;
•    Demonstrate highest degree of integrity;
•     Possess good communication and interpersonal skills;
•     Be self-driven and capable of working with minimal supervision;
•     Be capable of delivering excellent results while working under pressure with tight deadlines;
•     Possess knowledge and competency in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) application.
•    Professional skills in distribution management system.
•    Problem solving skills.

POSITION; SYSTEM OPERATORS (2 POSTS)

Reports To: Sub Station Engineer- Shinyanga.
Reporting Office: Shinyanga.

POSITION OBJECTIVE:
Grid System monitoring to ensure that a continuous and reliable flow of electric power supply from generating plants to various places of grid destination and distribution points are maintained.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:
•    Collects all necessary initial technical data in the daily log sheets and defect register book.
•    Issue permits to work, limitation of access, sanction of test after proper Isolation of equipment at switch yard before people start working to ensure highest safety standards are observed and maintained all the times in order to preserve life and property.
•    Maintains close liaison with Grid Control Centre (SCADA), Generating plants stations and other grid substation Operators to ensure smooth restoration of power supply in case of System power failure.
•    Reports a day recorded shift events to System control Supervisor/In charge to ensure the higher authority get informed for record and action.
•    Adheres safety procedures to ensure that, OSHA policy is strictly observed at work place.
•    Observes plant operation to ensure that, electrical and electronics facilities for control, protection, metering data transfer and communication purposes are working properly.
•    Carries out inspections to ensure that, all equipment inside control room and substation yards are safe and okay.
•    Monitors plant operations to ensure that, electrical power is supplied to customers at the Company standards for voltage, frequency, current (load current) MW, MVAR, power factor etc.
•    Monitors plant operations to ensure that, switching procedures is properly and carefully followed during system/plant operations. Any other official duties as may be assigned by the Senior Engineer.
•    Any other official duties as may be assigned by the Sub Station Engineer

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE:
•    Form IV/VI Holder of FTC or Diploma in Electrical Engineering.
•    Fresh candidate from recognized collage or above

REMUNERATION AND BENEFITS:
Competitive remuneration package shall be offered commensurate with skills and experience.
Details will be discussed at the interview; only people who fit the above criteria need apply.

HOW TO APPLY:
Applicants should send a written application attached with copy of academic certificates, giving full details of previous work life history, include two work references. Application closing date is 30th April 2015. Applications should be marked “Private and confidential” and addressed to:
Regional Manager,
TANESCO Ltd ,
P. O. Box 110 Shinyanga, Tanzania.
SOURCE; DAILY NEWS 16TH APRIL 2015
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MZUMBE UNIVERSITY
(Chuo Kikuu Mzumbe)
VACANCIES

 

The Mzumbe University invites applications from suitably qualified and competent Tanzanian
applicants to fill the following vacant posts:

1. SENIOR LIBRARIAN (1 Post)-Main Campus
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of a good PhD in a specialized functional area with at least ten years of work experience related to Library duties or research. In addition the candidate must have at least seven points obtained from recognized publications.
(b) Duties:
• Handling matters pertaining to lending out and receipt of books.
• Providing reader and reference services and giving appropriate advice.
• Assist in acquisitions of library material by selecting, ordering, receiving and recording them
• Cataloguing and classification of books; indexing of periodicals and journals and other reference materials.
• Automating the library catalogue and circulation services.
• Abstracting of student’s thesis, journals and periodicals.
• Re-shelving of books left by readers on study tables.
• Training junior staff
• Assisting readers in searching for information in the computer through the CD-ROMs, Internet and shelves.
• Take normal teaching in relevant courses.
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2. ASSISTANT LECTURER – (4 posts)
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of a Master degree in a specialized functional area. In addition, the candidate must
have a minimum GPA of 3.5 in first degree and assessed as potentially good academically.
(b) Duties:
• Conducting lectures;
• Preparing case studies;
• Assisting in tutorial/seminars in degree and other courses;
• Work in co-operation with senior members on specific projects such as research and consultancy.
(c) Areas of Specialization:
• International Management
• Commerce / Accountancy Teaching Methods
• Political Economy
• Financial Accounting
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3. ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN – (3 posts) - Main Campus (Re-advertised)
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of a Master degree in Library and Information Studies or related discipline. In addition, the candidate must have a minimum GPA of 3.5 in first degree and assessed as potentially good academically.
(b) Duties:
• Conducting lectures;
• Preparing case studies;
• Assisting in tutorial/seminars in degree and other Library courses;
• Work in co-operation with senior members on specific projects such as research and consultancy.
• Assist in library functions
(c) Salary Scale: PUTS 2
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4. SENIOR LIBRARY ASSISTANT I– (2 Posts)-Main Campus (Re- advertised)
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of a Diploma in Library and Information studies from any recognized institution with working experience of at least six years.
(b) Duties
• Administers reference and readers services.
• Undertakes bibliographical searching.
• Updates amended laws.
• Drafts original cataloguing entries, reference work, collection development correspondence.
• Performs any other duties as assigned by the Superior.
(c) Salary Scale: PGSS 11 – 12
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5. PHARMACEUTICAL ASSISTANT II – (1 post) Main Campus (Re-advertised)
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of a certificate in Pharmacy from any recognized Institution
(b) Duties
• Advising patients on the general consumption of drugs;
• Dispensing drugs to patients;
• Ordering, maintaining and scrutinizing the validity of drugs;
• Preparing annual estimates for drugs and other relevant equipments;
• Performs any other duties assigned by superior.
(c) Salary Scale: PMGSS 1 – 2
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6. DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCE & ADMINISTRATION (1 Post) – Main
Campus – (Re advertised)
a) Qualifications and Experience
Holder of a Master degree in Human Resource Management, Public administration, Sociology or its equivalent from a recognized institution with a minimum of twelve years relevant working experience of which at least five years must be at a senior managerial position and must possess HR Proficiency.
Possession of a PhD is an added advantage.
b) Responsible to: Deputy Vice Chancellor, Administration and Finance
c) Personal Attributes
• Person of high integrity
• Ability to plan, organize and supervise
• Self motivated and ability to work efficiently and effectively even under pressure
• Excellent communication skills in both Kiswahili and English
• Ability to work with a range of stakeholders
• Ability to deliver accurate and high quality output timely
d) Duties:
• Plays an advisory role on organizing, directing, staffing, compensation, staff development and staff relations services in accordance with the approved policies; develops, recommends and advises top management on plans, policies and procedures pertaining to personnel; provides advisory service to senior officers at the university on all matters relating to personnel and administrative policies, systems and personnel problems;
• Performs any other duties that may be assigned by superior.
(c) Salary Scale: PGSS 21
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7. SENIOR INTERNAL AUDITOR II (2 Posts) – Main Campus (Re advertised)
(a) Qualifications and Experience
Holder of a full professional qualification such as CPA (T), ACCA, ACA, ICMA, or Module F from a recognized institution with six years working experience.
(b) Duties
• Organizes and supervise staff executing audit programmes as well as reviewing operation procedures and controls;
• Assists in review of measures for safeguarding assets and inventories;
• Reviews and appraise the soundness, adequacy and application of financial and other operating controls;
• Reviews Internal controls and submit recommendations to Superior;
• Ensures that Internal control systems are adequate to avert perpetuation of frauds misappropriations and embezzlement;
• Prepares Audit Report based on Audit Findings;
(c) Salary Scale: PGSS 15-16
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8. SENIOR ASSISTANT INTERNAL AUDITOR II ( 1 Post) – Main Campus
(b) Qualifications and Experience
Holder of University Degree in Accountancy or Advanced Diploma in Accountancy from a recognized institution or professional Level II or Module C and D with working experience of not less than six years and registered with NBAA.
 (b) Duties
• Supervises staff auditing expenditure, revenue, salaries and student accounts;
• Assists in review of measures for safeguarding assts and inventories;
• Conducts routine examination of accounting;
• Checks accuracy of Banks reconciliation;
• Executes audit programmes for ensuring covers and payments, capital expenditure, investment account and special grants receivable;
• Perform Organizes and supervise staff executing audit programmes as well as reviewing operation procedures and controls;
• Assists in review of measures for safeguarding assets and inventories;
• Reviews and appraise the soundness, adequacy and application of financial and other operating controls;
• Reviews Internal controls and submit recommendations to Superior;
• Ensures that Internal control systems are adequate to avert perpetuation of frauds misappropriations and embezzlement;
• Prepares Audit Report based on Audit Findings;
• Performs any other duties as assigned by superior.
(d) Salary Scale: PGSS 15-16
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9. SENIOR NURSE/MIDWIFE II – (1 post)
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of Form IV certificate plus a Nurse/Midwife certificate or Public Health Nurse Certificate from a recognized institution with at least six years working experience
(b) Duties:
• Administers drugs and treatment as prescribed by the Medical officers.
• Provides health education on family planning, nutrition, vaccination, sanitation and child spacing,
• Monitors pregnancy development,
• Performs any other duties as may be assigned by superior.
(d) Salary Scale: PMGSS 5-6
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10. PERSONAL SECRETARY I: (1 Post)
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of Form IV Certificate OR form VI with principal passes in English and Kiswahili with credit passes in Kiswahili and English, plus 100/120 w.p.m. shorthand in English or Kiswahili and 50 w.p.m. typing, tabulation and manuscript stage III, secretarial duties and office procedure stage II plus three years working experience.
(b) Duties
• Types all general correspondence and non-confidential matters
• Types letters, minutes, notices, bulletins, circulars, certificates, charts and stencils
• Prints reports, letters etc;
• Maintains a Diary for appointments for the superior
• Takes proper care of all machines under his/her charge and makes sure they are used for official work only;
• Files copies of typed letters in relevant files
• Receive and directs visitors;
• Attends telephone calls and takes messages;
• Makes sure there are all necessary facilities for proper job performance;
• Takes dictation by shorthand;
• Follow-ups outstanding correspondences;
• Keeps class-file documents and information in confidence;
• Performs any other duties assigned by superior
(c) Salary Scale: PGSS 7-8
Both hard and soft copies of the application letter with detailed curriculum vitae (CV) and copies of relevant certificates should be addressed to Deputy Vice Chancellor (Administration and Finance) and reach us on or before 27th April 2015. Candidates must also give names, contact addresses as well as telephone numbers of two referees.
Please Note:
- All the positions above require excellent communications, in both, spoken and written English and Swahili.
- Only short-listed candidates will be contacted through their addresses and/or telephone numbers.
For hard copies send to:
The Deputy Vice Chancellor (Administration and Finance),
Mzumbe University,
P.O. Box 1,
MZUMBE.
For scanned soft copies send to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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