AJIRA ZETU

AJIRA ZETU

JOB DESCRIPTION
Job Title-Chief engineer
Reports to-Director of Operations
Liaisons
-
All Heads of Department.


General purpose of the Job:Is   responsible   for   the   management   and   development   of   the   engineering
team   and   the
researching,  developing,  designing.  To  be  responsible  for  maintaining  all  reticulation  services
such  as  water,  drainage,  electricity,  gas,  air  conditioning,  etc,  in  accordance  with  the  agreed
standards  and  procedures  while  at  the  same  time  mai
ntaining  all  plant  and  equipment  in  the hotel.


Key Elements of the Role:
Develop, design and engineer new products
.
Ensure designs are cost effective
.
Improve and modify existing products to meet current market trends
.
Supervise engineering team’s per
formance and quality of work
 Act as a liaison with Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) engineering representative
.
 Troubleshoot and solve customer questions and concerns.


General Responsibilities.
1.Ensures that all operating equipment is mainta
ined in full working condition.
2.Manages the upkeep of property and equipment, and machinery.
3.Maintains all reticulation services.
4.Ensures  that  he  manages  the  maintenance  team  so  as  to  ensure  that  all  requests  from
other departments are acted upon promptly
and efficiently.
5.Ensures all workers are scheduled to man appropriate shifts and that all chores are taken
care of.
6.Provides back up support to department staff to perform their duties without hindrances.
7.Ensures that all maintenance staff are well groomed
as per hospitality standards.
8.Conducts performance appraisals as per the SOPs.
9.Ensures   regular   on   the   job   training   is   carried   out   for   all   departmental   staff   and
instructional training to update on procedures as per SOPs.
10.Maintains  fair  discipline  on  all  departm
ental  staff  and  actions  on  all  grievances  at
department level while referring to major cases to Human Resources for further action.
11.Draws and develops the department’s SOP.
12.Ensures generation of meaningful reports to senior Management as and when required.
13.Manages all energy saving and cost control measures and submits weekly reports of the
same to the
Director of Operations

14.Works on  the  department  budget  and  presents  the  same  and  after  approvals,  works
within the budgetary limits.
15.Is  responsible  for  preventive  maintenance  schedule  and  ensures  strict  adherence  of  the
same in all plant and machinery.
16.Is  the  main  driver  of  the  Compan
y  Care  of  Assets  Programme  and  ensures  all  staff  are
aware of the same.
17.Ensures efficient operation of all safety machinery including the fire detection system and
the fire fighting equipment.
18.In conjunction with other HODs will conduct Fire fighting and e
mergency evacuation drills
periodically as per the standards.
19.Is a member of the fire fighting and e
mergency committee of the hotel.

 

Apply:

Ako Group Limited

HQ: Plot No. 29363 Urafiki Area, Shekilango,

P.o.Box 63314 Dar es salaam,Tanzania.


Authority:ALL  authority  through  the Director of Operations.
NOTE:
Please note that the foregoing is not totally exhaustive a
nd that other duties may, by sufficient
notice and consultation with you, be assigned to you in addition, to satisfy business dictates.
Also note that this job description may change from time to time so as to reflect emerging
business trends and accommoda
te Company Management re-engineering needs.

Employment Opportunities

 

The Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) is an independent,

 

world class regulatory authority responsible for licensing, tariff regulation and

 

quality of service regulation of the electricity, water,

 

petroleum and natural gas

 

sectors. EWURA has the following vacancies for which suitably qualified

 

Tanzanian

 

citizens are invited to apply

 

.

 

1.DIRECTOR GENERAL’S OFFICE

 

Post Title:Stores Officer

1 Post

Duty Station:EWURA Head Office

Dar es Salaam

Reports to:Senior Procurement Officer

 

Stores Officer will be responsible for ensuring timely availability of office

supplies and efficient management of the store.

 

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

 

i)To coordinate requests for supplies across the Authority

 

ii)To Receive, inspect and record goods received;

 

iii)To issue goods to user departments;

iv)To manage the storeroom;

 

v)To advise on supply requirements;

vi)To Prepare list of unserviceable stores for disposal;

 

vii)To Report findings of inspection to Procurement Officer for

further action;

viii)To ensure stock control guidelines are adhered to by all staff;

ix)To maintain an inventory and register of Authority

properties;and

x)To undertake any other duties as assigned by the supervisor

 

 

Academic Qualifications and Experience

 

The ideal candidate for this position should have the following

qualifications and experience:

 

i)

 

Possession of

 

Bachelor Degree or equivalent qualifications in

 

Materials Management, Logistics or Business Administration;

ii)

 

Must be registered by Procurement and Suppl

 

ies Professional

 

and Technician Board (PSPTB);

iii)

 

Possession of Knowledge and Competence in Information and

 

Communications Technology (ICT) application;

iv)No prior work experience is required but possession of work

experience in related field will be an added

 

advantage.

 

2.CORPORATE AFFAIRS DIVISION

Post Title:Human Resources Officer

1 Post

Duty Station:EWURA Head Office

Dar es Salaam

Reports to:Principal Human Resources Officer

Human Resources Officer will provide assistance to the

 

implementation of Human

Resources functions of the Authority in order to increase

 

effectiveness and

 

efficiency inthe delivery of regulatory service.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

i)

 

To participate in implementation of Open Performa

 

nce Review

 

and Appraisal System;

 

ii)

 

To participate in overseeing proper att

endance to staff welfare issues;

iii)

 

To facilitate support and inputs in preparation o

 

f payroll, as and when required;

iv)

 

To maintain staff records and staff database;

v)To Prepare and maintain Leave Roaster;

 

vi)

 

Organising sports and recreation activities;

 

vii)

 

To prepare Human resources quarterly reports;

viii)

 

To administer Authority's staff health plans and safety

 

programs;

and

ix)To undertake any other duties as assigned by the supervisor.

 

Academic Qualifications and Experience

 

The idea

 

l candidate for this position should have the following

 

qualifications and experience:

 

i)

 

Possession of Bachelors degree in human resources

management, public administration or management;

ii)

 

Possession of knowledge and applications of Tanzania Labour

 

Laws is an added advantage;

 

iii)

 

Possession of

 

knowledge and competence in Information and

 

Communications Technology (ICT) application;

 

iv)

 

No prior work experience is required but possession of

 

work

 

experience in related field will be an added advantage

 

 

 

Post Title:Principal Revenue Accountant

 

–1 Post

 

Duty Station:EWURA Head Office

 

–Dar es Salaam

 

Reports to:Finance and Administration Manager

 

Principal Revenue Accountant

 

will be responsible for ensuring that the

 

Authority’s income is constantly maintained through proper revenue

 

collection mechanisms

 

 

 

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

 

i)To coordinate the monitoring and collection of all revenues of

 

the Authority on timely basis;

 

ii)

 

To manage the follow-up of all Authority income on regular basis and attend to queries fromregulated suppliers’ revenue

 

transactions;

 

iii)

 

To participate in the establishment and application of systems

 

and procedures in finance aimed at improving reporting and

 

efficiency;

 

iv)

 

To ensure that all approved and normal operations pertaining to

 

finance are ca

 

rried out on time and according to approved

 

budget;

 

v)

 

To collaborate in overseeing prudent management of the

 

Authority’s resources, including keeping records on their

 

utilization;

 

vi)

 

To coordinate preparation of time-based reports on financial

 

performance;

 

vii)To prepare, control and monitor the organization’s revenue

 

budget in line with the strategic and operation plans of the

 

Authority;

 

viii)

 

To collaborate in the preparation of operating, capital

 

expenditure and income budgets of the Authority;

 

ix)

 

To collaborate in preparation of annual financial statements and

 

provide required support to external auditors;

 

x)

 

To collaborate in controlling, applying and monitoring routine

 

financial functions;

 

xi)

 

To supervise the monitoring and controlling all receivable

 

accounts including ensuri

 

ng correctness of records;

 

xii)

 

To effectively supervise and guide members of staff

 

reporting to him/her; and

 

xiii)

 

To undertake any other duties as assigned by the supervisor.

 

Academic Qualifications and Experience

 

The ideal candidate for this position should have the following

 

qualifications and experience:

 

i)

 

Possession of

 

University Degree/ Advanced diploma majoring

 

in accounting or finance from a recognized higher learning

 

institution;

 

ii)

 

Possession of

 

Masters Degree majoring in accounting or finance

 

or business administration;

 

iii)

 

Certified Public Accountant, CPA (T) or ACCA and must be

 

registered with the National Board of Accountants and Auditors

 

(NBAA);

 

iv)

 

Possession of Knowledge and Competence in Information and

 

Communications Technology (ICT) application;

 

v)

 

Possession of relevant working experience in reputable

 

organization of not less than six (6

 

) years in relevant field.

 

 

Post Title:Assistant Accountant cum Administrator

 

–1 Post

Duty Station:EWURA Lake Zone Office–Mwanza

 

Reports to:Zonal Manager

 

 

Assistant Accountant cum Administrator

 

will be responsible for ensuring

 

that

 

Zonal Office financial resources and assets are properly maintained

 

and other logistical functions are well managed.

 

 

 

Main Duties a

 

nd Responsibilities:

 

i)

 

To ensure that offices are proper

 

ly maintained and provided

 

with essential services and supplies including cleanness.

 

ii)

 

To monitor and ensure that all fixed assets and other properties

 

are properly maintained and insured.

 

iii)

 

To make follow up and ensure that travel arrangements are

 

made, booked and confirmed on time.

 

iv)

 

To make sure that all official dispatches are done correctly and

 

promptly.

 

v)

 

To facilitate and prepare for official meetings

 

vi)

 

To ensure uninterrupted provision of transport services.

 

vii)

 

To receive/Deposits in cash and cheques and ensure

 

safe

 

custody of the same.

 

viii)

 

To prepare and issue cheques, petty cash and other payments

 

and issue receipts for payments made.

 

ix)

 

To maintain bank deposits slips, receipt book for all transactions

 

and cheque books for all the Authority Bank Accounts.

 

x)

 

To make a m

 

onthly bank reconciliation of zonal bank account.

 

xi)

 

To post receipts transactions into the accounting system.

 

xii)

 

To prepare and record all payment vouchers and maintain

 

payment voucher file.

 

xiii)

 

To record all receipts, journal vouchers, debit notes, and petty

 

cash

 

summary and maintains respective file containing those

 

documents.

 

xiv)

 

Posting of authorized transactions in the system and ensuring

 

that system records portrays true and updated financial

 

transaction of the zonal office on a daily basis.

 

xv)

 

To maintain and reconc

 

ile all accounts receivable and payable

 

including amounts due from staff.

 

xvi)

 

To maintain Fixed Assets Register of the zonal office.

 

xvii)

 

To undertake any other duties as assigned by the

 

supervisor

 

Academic Qualifications and Experience

 

The ideal candidate

 

for this position should have the following

 

qualifications and experience:

 

 

Wasailiwa waliochaguliwa kuendelea na Usaili wa mahojiano wanatakiwa kufika katika Ofisi za Sekretarieti ya Ajira Maktaba kuu ya Taifa, Bibititi Mohamed, siku ya Tarehe 29/07/2015 saa moja kamili asubuhi.

WASAILIWA WANAKUMBUSHWA KUFIKA NA VYETI VYAO HALISI (ORIGINAL CERTIFICATES)

KADA: EDUCATION OFFICER II           
MWAJIRI: NATIONAL AUDIT OFFICE (NAO)           
           
Na.   EXAM NUMBER     Scores            Remarks
1    NAO-SA-EO-0000       55.85            SELECTED
2    NAO-SA-EO-0008       55                 SELECTED
3    NAO-SA-EO-0010       51.5              SELECTED
4    NAO-SA-EO-0007       51.3              SELECTED
5    NAO-SA-EO-0004       50.3              SELECTED

6    NAO-SA-EO-0001       47.8              NOT SELECTED
7    NAO-SA-EO-0014       46.85            NOT SELECTED
8    NAO-SA-EO-0013       45.65            NOT SELECTED
9    NAO-SA-EO-0012       41.3              NOT SELECTED
10    NAO-SA-EO-0006       40.35          NOT SELECTED
11    NAO-SA-EO-0015       40.3            NOT SELECTED
12    NAO-SA-EO-0009       37.35          NOT SELECTED
13    NAO-SA-EO-0011       34.6            NOT SELECTED
14    NAO-SA-EO-0003       33.9            NOT SELECTED
15    NAO-SA-EO-0002       32.85          NOT SELECTED
16    NAO-SA-EO-0016       29.9            NOT SELECTED


KADA: LEGAL OFFICER           
MWAJIRI: NATIONAL AUDIT OF TANZANIA (NAO)           
           
Na.   EXAM NUMBER      Scores      Remarks
1    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0008    65.8      SELECTED
2    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0015    64.6      SELECTED
3    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0011    62.1      SELECTED
4    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0004    61.1      SELECTED
5    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0006    61.1      SELECTED
6    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0003    60.4      SELECTED
7    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0014    59.2      NOT SELETED
8    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0026    55.7      NOT SELETED
9    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0000    53.6      NOT SELETED
10    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0005    53.6      NOT SELETED
11    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0010    52.8      NOT SELETED
12    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0028    52.7      NOT SELETED
13    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0019    48.2      NOT SELETED
14    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0021    47.3      NOT SELETED
15    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0027    46.5      NOT SELETED
16    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0007    43.6      NOT SELETED
17    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0024    42.7      NOT SELETED
18    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0012    42.5      NOT SELETED
19    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0001    41.5      NOT SELETED
20    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0009    38.9      NOT SELETED
21    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0022    35.3      NOT SELETED
22    NAO-SA-LEGAL-0016    34.3      NOT SELETED


KADA: PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST           
MWAJIRI: NATIONAL AUDIT OFFICE (NAO)           
           
Na.    EXAMINATION NUMBER         Scores   Remarks
1    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0014        62.9    SELECTED
2    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0011        61.9    SELECTED
3    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0012        59.3    SELECTED
4    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0022        56.1    SELECTED
5    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0010        54.7    SELECTED
6    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0007        52.7    SELECTED
7    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0024        52.0    NOT SELECTED
8    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0001        48.2    NOT SELECTED
9    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0002        47.2    NOT SELECTED
10    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0004        47.0    NOT SELECTED
11    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0009        46.1    NOT SELECTED
12    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0017        45.5    NOT SELECTED
13    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0021        42.5    NOT SELECTED
14    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0019        41.7    NOT SELECTED
15    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0023        39.8    NOT SELECTED
16    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0015        39.0    NOT SELECTED
17    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0018        38.9    NOT SELECTED
18    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0003        37.9    NOT SELECTED
19    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0005        37.8    NOT SELECTED
20    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0016        37.0    NOT SELECTED
21    NAO-SA-PROCUREMENT-0008        28.9    NOT SELECTED


KADA: AUDITOR II- FORENSIC           
MWAJIRI: NATIONAL AUDIT OFFICE (NAO)           
           
Na.    EXAM NUMBER             Scores   Remarks
1    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0027        61.3    SELECTED
2    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0017        60.9    SELECTED
3    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0022        57.9    SELECTED
4    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0019        56.9    SELECTED
5    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0035        56.0    SELECTED
6    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0001        54.6    SELECTED
7    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0010        54.3    SELECTED
8    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0033        54.3    SELECTED
9    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0014        52.5    SELECTED
10    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0018        52.4    SELECTED
11    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0002        51.4    SELECTED
12    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0016        51.1    SELECTED
13    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0000        51.0    SELECTED
14    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0009        50.1    SELECTED
15    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0005        50.0    SELECTED
16    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0012        50.0    SELECTED
17    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0024        47.8    NOT SELECTED
18    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0026        44.7    NOT SELECTED
19    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0025        43.8    NOT SELECTED
20    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0006        43.3    NOT SELECTED
21    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0013        42.3    NOT SELECTED
22    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0023        41.3    NOT SELECTED
23    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0020        39.3    NOT SELECTED
24    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0008        38.3    NOT SELECTED
25    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0029        38.0    NOT SELECTED
26    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0011        37.8    NOT SELECTED
27    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0015        36.8    NOT SELECTED
28    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0004        35.5    NOT SELECTED
29    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0028        34.9    NOT SELECTED
30    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0034        33.6    NOT SELECTED
31    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0030        32.3    NOT SELECTED
32    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0032        31.3    NOT SELECTED
33    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0007        20.3    NOT SELECTED
34    NAO-SA-FORENSIC-0031        18.3    NOT SELECTED

KADA: AUDITOR II-TAXATION           
MWAJIRI: NATIONAL AUDIT OFFICE (NAO)           
           
Na.    EXAM NUMBER       Scores  Remarks
1    NAO-SA-TAX-0031          75    SELECTED
2    NAO-SA-TAX-0047          70    SELECTED
3    NAO-SA-TAX-0029          65    SELECTED
4    NAO-SA-TAX-0030          65    SELECTED
5    NAO-SA-TAX-0062          65    SELECTED
6    NAO-SA-TAX-0027          60    SELECTED
7    NAO-SA-TAX-0010          55    SELECTED
8    NAO-SA-TAX-0024          55    SELECTED
9    NAO-SA-TAX-0026          55    SELECTED
10    NAO-SA-TAX-0041          55    SELECTED
11    NAO-SA-TAX-0045          55    SELECTED
12    NAO-SA-TAX-0052          55    SELECTED
13    NAO-SA-TAX-0061          55    SELECTED
14    NAO-SA-TAX-0022          55    SELECTED
15    NAO-SA-TAX-0077          52    SELECTED
16    NAO-SA-TAX-0018          52    SELECTED
17    NAO-SA-TAX-0007          52    SELECTED
18    NAO-SA-TAX-0039          51    SELECTED
19    NAO-SA-TAX-0053          51    SELECTED
20    NAO-SA-TAX-0000          51    SELECTED
21    NAO-SA-TAX-0001          51    SELECTED
22    NAO-SA-TAX-0004          50    NOT SELECTED
23    NAO-SA-TAX-0076          50    NOT SELECTED
24    NAO-SA-TAX-0011          50    NOT SELECTED
25    NAO-SA-TAX-0032          50    NOT SELECTED
26    NAO-SA-TAX-0050          50    NOT SELECTED
27    NAO-SA-TAX-0055          50    NOT SELECTED
28    NAO-SA-TAX-0058          50    NOT SELECTED
29    NAO-SA-TAX-0067          50    NOT SELECTED
30    NAO-SA-TAX-0073          50    NOT SELECTED
31    NAO-SA-TAX-0075          50    NOT SELECTED
32    NAO-SA-TAX-0013          45    NOT SELECTED
33    NAO-SA-TAX-0014          45    NOT SELECTED
34    NAO-SA-TAX-0035          45    NOT SELECTED
35    NAO-SA-TAX-0040          45    NOT SELECTED
36    NAO-SA-TAX-0049          45    NOT SELECTED
37    NAO-SA-TAX-0054          45    NOT SELECTED
38    NAO-SA-TAX-0056          45    NOT SELECTED
39    NAO-SA-TAX-0057          45    NOT SELECTED
40    NAO-SA-TAX-0060          45    NOT SELECTED
41    NAO-SA-TAX-0063          45    NOT SELECTED
42    NAO-SA-TAX-0064          45    NOT SELECTED
43    NAO-SA-TAX-0065          45    NOT SELECTED
44    NAO-SA-TAX-0068          45    NOT SELECTED
45    NAO-SA-TAX-0003          40    NOT SELECTED
46    NAO-SA-TAX-0015          40    NOT SELECTED
47    NAO-SA-TAX-0025          40    NOT SELECTED
48    NAO-SA-TAX-0038          40    NOT SELECTED
49    NAO-SA-TAX-0043          40    NOT SELECTED
50    NAO-SA-TAX-0074          40    NOT SELECTED
51    NAO-SA-TAX-0016          35    NOT SELECTED
52    NAO-SA-TAX-0019          35    NOT SELECTED
53    NAO-SA-TAX-0020          35    NOT SELECTED
54    NAO-SA-TAX-0036          35    NOT SELECTED
55    NAO-SA-TAX-0037          35    NOT SELECTED
56    NAO-SA-TAX-0051          35    NOT SELECTED
57    NAO-SA-TAX-0069          35    NOT SELECTED
58    NAO-SA-TAX-0021          30    NOT SELECTED
59    NAO-SA-TAX-0070          30    NOT SELECTED
60    NAO-SA-TAX-0071          30    NOT SELECTED
61    NAO-SA-TAX-0072          30    NOT SELECTED
62    NAO-SA-TAX-0002          25    NOT SELECTED
63    NAO-SA-TAX-0042          25    NOT SELECTED
64    NAO-SA-TAX-0005          20    NOT SELECTED
65    NAO-SA-TAX-0012          20    NOT SELECTED
66    NAO-SA-TAX-0006           5    NOT SELECTED
67    NAO-SA-TAX-0008           5    NOT SELECTED
68    NAO-SA-TAX-0017           5    NOT SELECTED
69    NAO-SA-TAX-0023           5    NOT SELECTED
70    NAO-SA-TAX-0028           5    NOT SELECTED
71    NAO-SA-TAX-0033           5    NOT SELECTED
72    NAO-SA-TAX-0034           5    NOT SELECTED
73    NAO-SA-TAX-0044           5    NOT SELECTED
74    NAO-SA-TAX-0046           5    NOT SELECTED
75    NAO-SA-TAX-0059           5    NOT SELECTED
76    NAO-SA-TAX-0066           5    NOT SELECTED


KADA: ENGINEER II           
EMPLOYER: NATIONAL AUDIT OF TANZANIA (NAO)           
           
Na. EXAM NUMBER           Scores   Remarks
1    NAO-SA-ENG-0011            72    SELECTED
2    NAO-SA-ENG-0015            52    SELECTED
3    NAO-SA-ENG-0001            50    SELECTED
4    NAO-SA-ENG-0006            50    SELECTED
5    NAO-SA-ENG-0012            50    SELECTED
6    NAO-SA-ENG-0000            47    NOT SELECTED
7    NAO-SA-ENG-0009            47    NOT SELECTED
8    NAO-SA-ENG-0003            46    NOT SELECTED
9    NAO-SA-ENG-0007            42    NOT SELECTED
10    NAO-SA-ENG-0004            38    NOT SELECTED
11    NAO-SA-ENG-0016            36    NOT SELECTED
12    NAO-SA-ENG-0005            34    NOT SELECTED
13    NAO-SA-ENG-0002            30    NOT SELECTED
14    NAO-SA-ENG-0008            27    NOT SELECTED
15    NAO-SA-ENG-0010            27    NOT SELECTED


KADA:EXECUTIVE ENGINEER           
MWAJIRI: NATIONAL AUDIT OF TANZANIA (NAO)           
           
Na. EXAM NUMBER             Scores    Remarks
1    NAO-SA-EXE-0013             62.0    SELECTED
2    NAO-SA-EXE-0002             55.0    SELECTED
3    NAO-SA-EXE-0008             51.9    SELECTED
4    NAO-SA-EXE-0010             51.9    SELECTED
5    NAO-SA-EXE-0017             51.8    SELECTED
6    NAO-SA-EXE-0006             50.3    SELECTED
7    NAO-SA-EXE-0009             48.4    NOT SELECTED
8    NAO-SA-EXE-0001             48.3    NOT SELECTED
9    NAO-SA-EXE-0011             40.8    NOT SELECTED


KADA:ECONOMIST II           
MWAJIRI: NATIONAL AUDIT OF TANZANIA (NAO)           
           
Na.    EXAM  NUMBER      Scores   Remarks
1    NAO-SA-ECO-0014         61.5    SELECTED
2    NAO-SA-ECO-0019         59.4    SELECTED
3    NAO-SA-ECO-0002         57.5    SELECTED
4    NAO-SA-ECO-0008         53.2    SELECTED
5    NAO-SA-ECO-0018         50.9    SELECTED
6    NAO-SA-ECO-0017         40.7    NOT SELECTED
7    NAO-SA-ECO-0003         40.1    NOT SELECTED
8    NAO-SA-ECO-0015         37.4    NOT SELECTED
9    NAO-SA-ECO-0006         37.2    NOT SELECTED
10    NAO-SA-ECO-0000         35.5    NOT SELECTED
11    NAO-SA-ECO-0011         34.6    NOT SELECTED
12    NAO-SA-ECO-0004         34.3    NOT SELECTED
13    NAO-SA-ECO-0007         32.8    NOT SELECTED
14    NAO-SA-ECO-0005         29.0    NOT SELECTED


KADA:QUANTITY SURVEYOR GRADE II           
MWAJIRI: NATIONAL AUDIT OF TANZANIA (NAO)           
           
Na.    EXAM NUMBER               Scores      Remarks
1    NAO-SA-QUANTITY-0001        65         SELECTED
2    NAO-SA-QUANTITY-0002        60.0      SELECTED
3    NAO-SA-QUANTITY-0005        58.0      SELECTED
4    NAO-SA-QUANTITY-0007        57.7      SELECTED
5    NAO-SA-QUANTITY-0006        57.0      SELECTED
6    NAO-SA-QUANTITY-0004        54.3      SELECTED
7    NAO-SA-QUANTITY-0003        50.0      SELECTED

KADA:STASTICIAN II           
MWAJIRI: NATIONAL AUDIT OF TANZANIA (NAO)           
           
Na.    EXAM NUMBER       Scores    Remarks
1    NAO-SA-STAST-0001      62    SELECTED
2    NAO-SA-STAST-0000      52    SELECTED
3    NAO-SA-STAST-0002      50    SELECTED

KADA:AGRICULTURAL OFFICER II           
MWAJIRI: NATIONAL AUDIT OF TANZANIA (NAO)           
           
Na.    EXAM NUMBER  Scores    Remarks
1    NAO-SA-AGRI-0002    54        SELECTED
2    NAO-SA-AGRI-0004    53.5     SELECTED
3    NAO-SA-AGRI-0005    53.5     SELECTED
4    NAO-SA-AGRI-0006    51        SELECTED
5    NAO-SA-AGRI-0000    50.5     SELECTED

Monday, 27 July 2015 09:05

NAFASI ZA KAZI TANZANIA BREWERIES

Regional Sourcing Specialist Brewing Raw Materials (BRM) Projects
Location:Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, United Republic of

Ref#: 412

Date published: 14-Jul-2015
Who are we?

SABMiller Procurement is the global procurement organisation of the SABMiller Group. Headquartered in Zug, Switzerland, SABMiller Procurement sources an extensive range of materials and services. This includes brewing materials, packaging, capital equipment, marketing materials and business services. SABMiller Procurement operates four regional offices located in Johannesburg (South Africa), Miami (USA), Zug (Switzerland) and Melbourne (Australia).We are on a journey towards Procurement Excellence aiming at integrating the end to end procurement organisation and developing optimal sourcing strategies. Our business is a multi-cultural workforce with international leaders and specialists in their procurement field. To continue being a best in class procurement organisation we focus on attracting, retaining and developing the best talent to support a culture that motivates the fulfilment of our highly demanding goals. This is why our organisation is known for intellectual and analytical rigour, strategic focus backed up by executional and operational excellence and relentless drive for sustainable value creation for SABMiller. Do you want to join our journey?

What do we offer?

The Regional Sourcing Specialist works in cooperation with the Global or Regional Category Team to support the development and execution of category practices for selected categories, including support of sourcing strategy definition, deployment and stakeholder alignment. With strong category focus the Sourcing Specialist drives and supports the execution of the sourcing projects and is the point of interaction between the Global / Regional Category Team and the Global and Regional Sourcing Analyst Pool.

The Regional Sourcing Specialist BRM will be required to travel locally and internationally, as a key requirement of the role entails stakeholder engagements and understanding the operations within each of the African countries.

Support the Regional Category Manager RCM Projects Africa (SA) in their role in providing analysis and support on the definition of the regional category spend baseline and category profile, incl. risk assessment and SRM strategy

    Support development of Go-To-Market and negotiation strategies in alignment with the Regional Category Manager RCM Projects Africa (SA) and ensure proper documentation
    Provide support during the supplier screening and supplier selection process
    Assist in the development of Rfx
    Support preparation of supplier communication packages
    Support the change management process associated with the introduction of new suppliers or new ways of working.
    Perform Category Manager activities and execute end-to-end projects with limited complexity or outside categories
    Drive supplier performance by, for example, discussing lessons learned from one region and making sure that the supplier builds on those lessons learned to improve service levels in another region
    Provide support to regions and countries on a case-by-case basis to offset local/regional skill gaps (bring specific category/technical knowledge to key stakeholder meetings and negotiations)
    Develop category specific toolkits (i.e. excellence toolkits) and train Regional Category Managers in adequate execution
    Build up knowledge repository and encourage active enhancement by Regional Category Managers based on local experience
    Participate in internal and external analysis (industry & supplier) in collaboration with Category Managers (Global and Regional, where appropriate) and Sourcing Analysts, as a member of the cross functional sourcing team
    Involve the business for actions related to supplier base optimisation, KPI implementation and follow up, etc.
    Conduct spend map analysis to monitor spend and ensure that all local purchases follow the purchasing process
    Continuously track forecasted vs. actual savings according to the SABMiller Value Tracking Process for categories in scope - define corrective/optimisation actions if needed and follow up on them (escalate to Regional Category Manager, if needed)


Operational interfacing / interaction with New Product Development

    Act as interface between the regional Procurement organisation and the product development, planning and supply teams in the regions or countries in alignment with the Global Category Manager and the Regional Category Manager RCM Projects Africa (SA). Provide insights on Procurement analytics and data to support the new product development
    Escalate issues to the Regional Category Manager RCM Projects Africa (SA) for their review and approval


Academic background: A Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or other relevant technical field


Experience:  Professional experience in continuous improvement/operational excellence (preferred min, 1-2 years) in the same functional domain or other related positions

Deep knowledge in the use of data analysis tools (Excel, Statistical is a plus)

Project management understanding and experience to support implementation of projects within decentralized organisations

Strong mathematical, analytical and conceptual skills, balanced by the ability to apply common sense

Good communicator across all levels within and external to the organisation with gravitas

FMCG/Manufacturing experience, within Procurement/Supply Chain is a plus
Formal Lean / Six Sigma, or other continuous improvement certification is a plus

Language skills: Proficiency in English and Swahili essential

Personal: Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work with, and interact with all levels of the organisation

Other Competencies: Strong business and industry acumen

 

TO APPLY CLICK HERE
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Regional Sourcing Specialist Projects (Eastern)
ocation:Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, United Republic of

Ref#: 411

Date published: 14-Jul-2015

Who are we?

SABMiller Procurement is the global procurement organisation of the SABMiller Group. Headquartered in Zug, Switzerland, SABMiller Procurement sources an extensive range of materials and services. This includes brewing materials, packaging, capital equipment, marketing materials and business services. SABMiller Procurement operates four regional offices located in Johannesburg (South Africa), Miami (USA), Zug (Switzerland) and Melbourne (Australia).We are on a journey towards Procurement Excellence aiming at integrating the end to end procurement organisation and developing optimal sourcing strategies. Our business is a multi-cultural workforce with international leaders and specialists in their procurement field. To continue being a best in class procurement organisation we focus on attracting, retaining and developing the best talent to support a culture that motivates the fulfilment of our highly demanding goals. This is why our organisation is known for intellectual and analytical rigour, strategic focus backed up by executional and operational excellence and relentless drive for sustainable value creation for SABMiller. Do you want to join our journey?

What do we offer?

The key purpose of this role is to identify and deliver Value Enhancement (VE) benefits working in close collaboration with cross-functional stakeholders, category teams and the regional projects team. The role will be responsible for embedding a culture of Continuous Improvement (CI) in alignment with SABMiller Procurement Africa and Global, through implementing best practice methodologies and tools in the areas of Lean Six Sigma, Continuous Improvement and Process Engineering. The focus of role will be on Process Levers, specifically supply chain optimisation initiatives such as waste reduction, consignment stock and VMI, and batch size optimization.

This is a new role reporting directly into Regional Category Manager Projects - SAB and Southern. Key to the success of the role will be the ability to work in a complex, cross-functional environment across many geographies, effectively manage cross-functional stakeholders and the ability to apply best practice Continuous Improvement and Lean tools in our operations, supply chains and within our suppliers.

Who are you?

Academic background: A Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or other relevant technical field

Experience: Formal Lean / Six Sigma (or other continuous improvement methodologies) training and experience with formal certification preferred

Experience of the full range of tools available to a continuous improvement practitioner; value chain mapping, performance management and root cause analysis etc.

Experience in project management and reporting in complex multidisciplinary projects

FMCG/Manufacturing experience, within Procurement/Supply Chain is a plus

Good track record in Emerging Markets environments would be an advantage

Knowledge in the use of and implementation of Lean and/or Six Sigma

Project management skills and experience in implementing projects within decentralised organisations

Language skills: Proficiency in English and Swahili is essential

Personal: Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work with, and interact with all levels of the organisation

Other Competencies: Strong business and industry acumen

Salary and Benefits: Competitive, in country salary package

TO APPLY CLICK HERE

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             5. Crime information Analysis Officer

             6. Police Training Officer P-4

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United Nations Nations Unies
Job Title:Disciplinary Officer, P-4
Deparment/Office:OASG/Front Office/Conduct and Discipline Unit
Location:NEW YORK
Posting Period:30/06/2015 - 29/09/2015
Job Opening number:DFS/SEC1501/P-4/20


United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Organizational Setting and Reporting:
This position is located in the Conduct and Discipline Unit (CDU), in the Office of the Assistant
Secretary-General, Department of Field Support (DFS). The Disciplinary Officer reports to the
Chief of the Conduct and Discipline Unit.
Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Disciplinary Officer will be responsible for the following duties:
Monitors, analyzes and reviews investigation reports, Board of Inquiry reports and Office of
Internal Oversight Services (OIOS) reports and recommends appropriate action in personnel
disciplinary cases; identifies problems and issues to be addressed and initiates corrective actions;
liaises with relevant parties; ensures follow-up actions.
Participates in planning and facilitating workshops, and delivery or presentation of training modules
for Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO), the Department of Field Support (DFS) and
Department of Political Affairs (DPA) field personnel.
Researches, analyzes and presents information gathered from diverse sources.
Coordinates policy development, including the review and analysis of issues and trends, in the area
of conduct and discipline, particularly sexual exploitation and abuse;
Monitors for consistency in the application of DPKO/DFS policies, procedures and guidelines
relating to field missions personnel;
Organizes and prepares written outputs, e.g. draft background papers, analysis, sections of reports
and studies, inputs to publications, etc.
Provides substantive backstopping, advice, support and guidance to the Chief, CDU, the Senior
Policy Advisor, relevant managers at headquarters and the conduct officers and managers in field
missions on issues related to conduct and discipline matters with regard to personnel serving in
field missions.
Assists in coordination of outreach activities, training workshops, seminars, etc on the
implementation of awareness programmes on UN standards of conduct;
Leads and/or participates in large, complex field missions, including provision of guidance to
external consultants, government officials, field mission personnel and other parties;
Drafts inputs on issues related to conduct and discipline for reports to the General Assembly
Performs other duties as required.
Competencies:
Professionalism:
 Ability to review and comment on legal documents and policies as well as
interpret UN rules and regulations, international conventions, treaties and laws in the context of
handling misconduct by personnel serving in field missions. Knowledge of UN rules and
regulations and its application in the disciplinary process for personnel serving in field missions.
Knowledge of the challenges of conduct and discipline issues in peacekeeping. Ability to exercise
sound judgment, initiative and discretion when handling confidential and sensitive material. Ability
to assist in generating and communicating organizational direction, and introduce and emphasize
UN policies and practices. Takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring
the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.
Accountability
: Takes ownership of all responsibilities and honours commitments; delivers outputs
for which one has responsibility within prescribed time, cost and quality standards; operates in
compliance with organizational regulations and rules; supports subordinates, provides oversight
and takes responsibility for delegated assignments; takes personal responsibility for his/her own
shortcomings and those of the work unit, where applicable.
Judgment/Decision-making
: Identifies the key issues in a complex situation, and comes to the
heart of the problem quickly; gathers relevant information before making a decision; considers
positive and negative impacts of decisions prior to making them; takes decisions with an eye to the
impact on others and on the Organization; proposes a course of action or makes a recommendation
based on all available information; makes tough decisions when necessary.
Qualification:
Education
Graduation from a Police Academy is required. Advanced level university degree in law and
experience in administration of justice systems at national or international levels is required. A
first-level university degree in combination with qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of
the advanced university degree.
Experience
A minimum of seven years of progressively relevant experience in law, administration of justice,
project or programme management, human resources as it relates to conduct and discipline is
required. Applicant must be an active service police officer in the rank of Captain (Police),
Lieutenant Colonel or Superintendent or equivalent in other services. Experience in analyzing
problems relating to law and/or conduct and discipline for is required. Experience in monitoring,
analyzing and reviewing investigation reports as well as in providing recommendations and
formulating policies in the area of law and/or conduct and discipline for UN peacekeeping
personnel is highly desirable. Experience in field missions, particularly in complex emergencies or
post conflict environments, is desirable. Qualifying years of experience are calculated following the
graduation from the national police academy or similar law enforcement institution.
Languages
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post,
fluency in English (both oral and written) is required; knowledge of French is desirable. Knowledge
of another UN official language is an advantage.
Assesment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be
requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a
competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.
Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States. Only serving military/police officers
who have received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered. Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for military/police officers who
serve on secondment financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations.
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Posts:2
Job Title:Police Selection and Recruitment Officer (2 posts), P-3
Deparment/Office:OROLSI/Police Division/Selection and Recruitment
Section
Location:NEW YORK
Posting Period:30/06/2015 - 29/09/2015
Job Opening number:DPKO/SEC1501/P-3/16


United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Organizational Setting and Reporting:
This position is located in the Selection and Recruitment Section of the Police Division in the
Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions, Department of Peacekeeping Operations.  The
incumbent reports directly to the Chief of Section.
The overall objectives of the Police Division are to effectively direct police components in
peacekeeping operations and special political missions; to strengthen the strategic direction,
planning, and management of police components in peacekeeping operations; and, to work towards
a shared understanding among all stakeholders on the future direction of police peacekeeping.
Additional information available in http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/sites/police/division.shtml
Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Police Selection and Recruitment Officer will be responsible for the
following duties:
- Conducts effective and timely selection, recruitment and rotation of police personnel for field
missions, including Formed Police Units (FPU);
- Directly involved in expanding the pool of qualified candidates for police personnel positions,
developing a skill-based roster for senior police personnel, collaborating and coordinating with the
Department of Field Support, UN Field Missions, Member States and Police-Contributing
Countries (PCCs) on all matters related to deployment, extension and rotation of police personnel;
- Standardizes recruitment and selection procedures through the development of competency-based
profiles; develops and participates in recruitment strategies to meet identified shortfalls, including
recruitment and outreach exercises and selection assistance visits to generate a pool of competent
candidates, especially thematic experts, i.e. experts in forensics, organized crime, electoral-related
activities, criminal investigation, crime prevention, crowd control management, etc.;
- Conducts substantive vetting of candidates to assess their suitability by analysing curricula vitae,
screening of candidates and conducting suitable written assessments or interviews by phone or
video-teleconference;
- Develops extension and rotation strategies to meet the demand for police personnel and formed
units in the field; establishes staggered police rotation plans in coordination with field missions and
Member States to ensure continuity and stable strength in order to mitigate the potential adverse
impact on mission mandate implementation and security and ensures strict adherence to established
performance appraisal policies for any extension requests.
- Participates in pre-deployment visits to inspect contingent owned equipment; assesses the
readiness of formed police unit personnel; coordinates negotiations of memoranda of understanding
with Member States; joins reconnaissance visits to field missions; and, assists the Chief of
Selection and Recruitment Section in daily communication with Member States and field missions
related to mission-specific United Nations police selection and recruitment.
- Coordinates and ensures the issuance of medical clearances by the UN Medical Services Division
for police officers prior to their deployment to field missions; and, monitors and updates the
medical tracking mechanism for police personnel.
- Responsible for managing and participating in Selection Assistance and Assessment Teams
(SAAT) visits and the Formed Police Assistance Teams (FPAT) visits; arranging and participating
in pre-deployment visits to Member States.
- Works in close collaboration and coordination with other components of the Police Division
(Mission Management and Support Section and Strategic Policy and Development Section).
- Engages in data management by utilizing available technology tools such as HERMES.
Competencies:
Professionalism:
  Ability to identify issues, formulate opinions, present conclusions and offer
recommendations. Ability to apply UN human resources rules, regulations, policies and guidelines
in work situations and prepare reports or rational with respect to key administrative decisions.
Motivated by professional rather than personal concerns; shows persistence when faced with
difficult problems or challenges; remains calm in stressful situations; is conscientious and efficient
in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results. Takes responsibility for
incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all
areas of work.    
Planning and Organizing:
 Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies;
identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate
amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies
when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.
Teamwork:
  Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; solicits input
by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda
before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such
decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and
accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.
Qualification:
Education:
Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in law, criminal justice,
human resources management, police administration, business or public administration, social
sciences, education or related area. Graduation from a certified police academy or similar law
enforcement training institution is required. A first level university degree in combination with
relevant academic qualifications and qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced
university degree.    
Experience:
A minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience in active national
police service with a rank of Major or Chief Inspector, other service equivalent or higher rank,
including three years of practical experience in police administration and recruitment. Experience in
a peacekeeping operation, UNHQ, or similar international organization is desirable. Qualifying
years of experience are calculated following the graduation from the police academy or similar law
enforcement training institution.
Language:
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For
this post advertised, fluency in English (both oral and written) is required. Knowledge of a second
official UN language, preferably French, is desirable.
Assesment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be
requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a
competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.
Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States.  Only serving police officers who have
received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered.  Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for active police officers who
serve on secondment financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations.
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Job Title:Police Selection and Recruitment Officer, P-4
Deparment/Office:OROLSI/Police Division/Selection and Recruitment
Section
Location:NEW YORK
Posting Period:30/06/2015 - 29/09/2015
Job Opening number:DPKO/SEC1501/P-4/13


United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Organizational Setting and Reporting:
This position is located in the Selection and Recruitment Section of the Police Division in the
Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions, Department of Peacekeeping Operations.  The
incumbent reports directly to the Chief of Section.
The overall objectives of the Police Division are to effectively direct police components in
peacekeeping operations and special political missions; to strengthen the strategic direction,
planning, and management of police components in peacekeeping operations; and, to work towards
a shared understanding among all stakeholders on the future direction of police peacekeeping.
Additional information available in http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/sites/police/division.shtml
Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Police Selection and Recruitment Officer will be responsible for the
following duties:
Conducts effective and timely selection, recruitment and rotation of police personnel for field
missions, including Formed Police Units. The incumbent will be directly involved in expanding the
pool of qualified candidates for police personnel positions, developing a skill-based roster for
senior police personnel, collaborating and coordinating with the Department of Field Support,
Member States and Police-Contributing Countries (PCCs) on all matters related to deployment,
extension and rotation of police personnel.
Participates in pre-deployment visits to inspect contingent owned equipment; assesses the readiness
of formed police unit personnel; coordinates negotiations of memoranda of understanding with
Member States; joins reconnaissance visits to field missions; and, assists the Chief of Selection and
Recruitment in daily communication with Member States and field missions related to
mission-specific United Nations police selection and recruitment.
Conducts substantive vetting of candidates to assess their suitability by analysing curricula vitae,
screening of candidates and conducting interviews by phone or video-teleconference.
Standardizes recruitment and selection procedures through the development of competency-based
profiles; develops and participates in recruitment strategies to meet identified shortfalls, including
recruitment and outreach exercises and selection assistance visits to generate a pool of competent
candidates, especially thematic experts, i.e. experts in forensics, organized crime, electoral-related
activities, criminal investigation, crime prevention, crowd control management, etc.;
Intensifies engagement with francophone organizations and countries; ensures compliance with UN
recruitment policies and guidelines, including gender balance initiatives; projects and monitors
rotation plans of police personnel; maintains and interprets statistical data on police personnel
serving in field missions and contributions by Police Contributing Countries.
Develops extension and rotation strategies to meet the demand for police personnel and formed
units in the field; establishes staggered police rotation plans in coordination with field missions and
Member States to ensure continuity and stable strength in order to mitigate the potential adverse
impact on mission mandate implementation and security and ensures strict adherence to established
performance appraisal policies for any extension requests.
Coordinates and ensures the issuance of medical clearances by the UN Medical Services Division
for police officers prior to their deployment to field missions; and, monitors and updates the
medical tracking mechanism for police personnel.
Responsible for managing and participating in Selection Assistance and Assessment Teams
(SAAT) and the Formed Police Unit Assistance Teams (FPAT); arranging and participating in
pre-deployment visits to Member States.
Competencies:
Professionalism:
  Ability to identify issues, formulate opinions, present conclusions and offer
recommendations. Ability to apply UN HR rules, regulations, policies and guidelines in work
situations and prepare reports or rational with respect to key administrative decisions. Motivated by
professional rather than personal concerns; shows persistence when faced with difficult problems
or challenges; remains calm in stressful situations; is conscientious and efficient in meeting
commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results. Takes responsibility for incorporating
gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.    
Planning and Organizing:
 Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies;
identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate
amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies
when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.
Teamwork:
  Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; solicits input
by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda
before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such
decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and
accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.
Qualification:
Education:
 Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in law, criminal justice,
human resources management, police administration, business or public administration, social
sciences, education or related area. Graduation from a certified police academy or similar law
enforcement training institution is required. A first level university degree in combination with
relevant academic qualifications and qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced
university degree.    
Experience:
A minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience in active national
police service with a rank of Superintendent or Lt. Colonel, other service equivalent or higher rank,
including three years of practical experience in police personnel administration and recruitment is
required. Qualifying years of experience are calculated following the graduation from the national
police academy or similar law enforcement institution. Experience in a peacekeeping operation,
UNHQ, or similar international organization is desirable.
Language:
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For
this post advertised, fluency in English (both oral and written) is required. Knowledge of a second
official UN language, preferably French, is desirable.
Assesment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be
requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a
competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.
Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States.  Only serving police officers who have
received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered.  Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for active police officers who
serve on secondment financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations.
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 Job Title:Police Planning Officer, P-4
Deparment/Office:OROLSI/Police Division/Strategic Policy and
Development Section
Location:NEW YORK
Posting Period:30/06/2015 - 29/09/2015
Job Opening number:DPKO/SEC1501/P-4/14


United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Organizational Setting and Reporting:
This position is located in the Strategic Policy and Development Section of the Police Division in
the Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions, Department of Peacekeeping Operations.  The
incumbent reports directly to the Chief of Section.
The overall objectives of the Police Division are to effectively direct police components in
peacekeeping operations and special political missions; to strengthen the strategic direction,
planning, and management of police components in peacekeeping operations; and, to work towards
a shared understanding among all stakeholders on the future direction of police peacekeeping.
Additional information available in http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/sites/police/division.shtml
Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Police Planning Officer will be responsible for the following duties:
- In applying a holistic approach which incorporates all relevant cross cutting elements such as
justice, corrections and other aspects of policing, he/she will be involved in establishing thematic
doctrinal guidance and templates for use by field missions to ensure uniformity of mission plans.
- Collaborate with others in providing a coherent strategic planning framework clearly articulating
the scope of resource requirements, coordination and modalities.
- Responsible for assisting in all United Nations police planning activities, including provision of
expert police advice during integrated assessments and technical survey missions to develop and
prepare strategic plans, concepts of operation and other planning options.
- Primarily responsible for planning for police components in one of the main regional groupings of
field missions.
- Responsible for carrying out all planning priorities of field missions through close interaction with
internal and external stakeholders; providing complementary support to the appropriate Integrated
Operational Teams in all aspects of planning, including accurate and coherent police planning
advice; developing and updating of strategic concepts; ensuring that all planning parameters are
fully established during the development and review of the concept of police operations of
prospective and current field missions; and, establishing collaborative relations with key national
counterparts, officials of the criminal justice chain, and other internal and external stakeholders.
- Responsible for providing planning support to police components in ongoing and future special
political missions; developing police planning, monitoring and evaluation tools and assessment
templates; ensuring efficient dissemination of the same to field missions; and, providing
appropriate orientation, training, and application support.
- Collaborate in an efficient and timely manner with counterparts in Mission Management and
Support Section and Selection and Recruitment Section by providing support and advice on all
operational planning needs (e.g. election planning, crisis management, etc.)
- Maintain close collaboration with the components/units of DPKO and DFS, other UN Secretariat
departments, and UN family agencies as and when required.
- Undertake research and analysis to support these tasks; prepare new documents to assist in the
formulation of United Nations police peacekeeping doctrine needed to support such plans; and, to
support the changing role of police in peacekeeping, particularly in the area of host state police
development and capacity enhancement.
Competencies:
Professionalism:
 Demonstrated professional competence and mastery of police administration and
police operational planning;  knowledge of administrative, budgetary, financial or human resources
policies and procedures; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing
deadlines and achieving results; ability to conduct independent research and analysis, identify
issues, formulate options and make conclusions and recommendations. Takes responsibility for
incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all
areas of work. Ability to operate databases, project management software and develop spreadsheets
and complex text documents is required.
Planning and Organizing:
Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies.
Identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required.  Allocates appropriate
amount of time and resources for completing work. Foresees risks and allows for contingencies
when planning.  Monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary. Uses time efficiently.
Teamwork:
Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals. Solicits input
by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others. Places team agenda
before personal agenda. Supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such
decisions may not entirely reflect own position. Shares credit for team accomplishments and
accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.
Qualification:
Education:
Advanced university degree (Master's degree or equivalent) in the field of police
science, criminal justice, law, or other relevant field is required. A first level university degree in
combination with qualifying experience in policing or other law enforcement reform matters,
including strategic planning and development, may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university
degree. Graduation from a certified police academy or other similar law enforcement training
institution is also required.
Experience:
A minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience in active police,
law enforcement, or other related policy/criminal justice work with the rank of Superintendent, Lt.
Colonel, service equivalent or higher rank, including at least three years of experience in police
planning or policy-making is required. Peacekeeping, other international or Headquarters or field
planning experience is desirable. Qualifying years of experience are calculated following the
graduation from the national police academy or similar law enforcement institution.
Languages:
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For
this post advertised, fluency in English (both oral and written) is required. Knowledge of a second
official UN language, preferably French, is desirable.
Assesment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be
requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a
competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.
Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States.  Only serving police officers who have
received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered.  Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for active police officers who
serve on secondment financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations.
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Job Title:Crime Information Analysis Officer , P-4
Deparment/Office:OROLSI/Police Division/Strategic Policy and
Development Section
Location:NEW YORK
Posting Period:30/06/2015 - 29/09/2015
Job Opening number:DPKO/SEC1501/P-4/15


United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Organizational Setting and Reporting:
This position is located in the Strategic Policy and Development Section of the Police Division in
the Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions, Department of Peacekeeping Operations. The
incumbent reports directly to the Chief of Section. The overall objectives of the Police Division are
to effectively direct police components in peacekeeping operations and special political missions; to
strengthen the strategic direction, planning, and management of police components in
peacekeeping operations; and, to work towards a shared understanding among all stakeholders on
the future direction of police peacekeeping. Additional information available in
http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/sites/police/division.shtml
Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Criminal Information Analysis Officer will be responsible for the
following duties: • Develops effective and efficient operational responses and optimizes resource
allocations for the police missions based on analysed criminal and crime-related information; •
Contributes to the DPKO-wide information analysis; interacts with the field missions for
operational and mandate implementation updates; ensures informed and consistent
decision-making; streamlines and improves the reporting to the Security Council, the General
Assembly, other inter-governmental bodies and police-contributing countries; assists in the
development of guidelines and other technical guidance materials; and, conducts analytical
assessments of criminal information analysis practices and procedures, as well as recommends on
the immediate short- and long term needs of developing criminal information analysis capacities; •
Establishes close contacts and works in partnership with related entities and other national and
regional organizations that are operationally and technically involved in criminal information
analysis-related issues; assists in promoting regional approaches to combating crime; provides
realistic strategic advice and support to the DPKO Police Adviser and field missions to minimize
the impact of the crime-related problems on the ground; prepares strategic guidance on approaches
to address issues related to criminal information analysis; provides assistance in developing a
training strategy for field missions with the objective to increase the pool of national experts in this
thematic area; develops guidance materials necessary for maintaining consistency in criminal
information analysis between the various levels of UN Police operations. • Works in close
collaboration with other OROLSI elements as well as with the Office of Operations (especially
Integrated Operational Teams), Office of Military Affairs, Department of Field Support and other
Secretariat Offices and UN Agencies; presents and provides information to senior UN officials, as
well as national officials regarding substantive issues related to criminal information analysis, and
recommends on actions to be undertaken. • Works in close collaboration and coordination with
other components of the Police Division (Mission Management and Support Section and Selection
and Recruitment Section).
Competencies:
Professionalism: Ability to address a range of issues in the context of political developments, public
attitudes and local conditions. Ability to conceptualize, design and implement major information
campaigns. Ability to rapidly analyze and integrate diverse information from varied sources.
Ability to diplomatically handle sensitive situations with target audiences and cultivate productive
relationships. Ability to produce a variety of written communications products in a clear, concise
style. Ability to deliver oral presentations to various audiences; is conscientious and efficient in
meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results; ability to conduct independent
research and analysis, identify issues, formulate options and make conclusions and
recommendations. Takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the
equal participation of women and men in all areas of work. Planning and Organizing: Develops
clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies. Identifies priority activities and assignments;
adjusts priorities as required. Allocates appropriate amount of time and resources for completing
work. Foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning. Monitors and adjusts plans and
actions as necessary. Uses time efficiently. Teamwork: Works collaboratively with colleagues to
achieve organizational goals. Solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is
willing to learn from others. Places team agenda before personal agenda. Supports and acts in
accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own
position. Shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team
shortcomings.
Qualification:
Education: Advanced university degree (Master’s Degree or equivalent) in criminal justice, law,
security or other relevant field. First level university degree with a combination of relevant
academic qualifications and experience in criminal information analysis, police management or
peacekeeping may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree. Graduation from a police
academy or relevant training institution is also required. Experience: A minimum of seven years of
progressively responsible experience in active police, law enforcement, or other related
policy/criminal justice work with the rank of Superintendent, Lt. Colonel, service equivalent or
higher rank, including at least three years of experience in criminal analysis or policy-making is
required. Peacekeeping, other international or Headquarters planning experience is desirable.
Qualifying years of experience are calculated following the graduation from the police academy or
similar law enforcement training institution. Languages: English and French are the working
languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post advertised, fluency in English (both oral
and written) is required. Knowledge of a second official UN language, preferably French, is
desirable.
Assesment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be
requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a
competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.
Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States. Only serving police officers who have
received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered. Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for active police officers who
serve on secondment financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations.
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Job Title:Police Training Officer, P-4
Deparment/Office
:DPET/Integrated Training Service
Location:NEW YORK
Posting Period:30/06/2015 - 29/09/2015
Job Opening number:DPKO/SEC1501/P-4/18


United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Organizational Setting and Reporting:
This post is located in the Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO), Policy, Evaluation and
Training Division, Integrated Training Service (ITS).
Responsibilities:
Under the overall supervision of the Chief of Integrated Training Service (ITS), the incumbent is
responsible to:
- Plan, coordinate, conduct, evaluate and report on DPKO UN police, military, and civilian training
activities including workshops, courses, and seminars conducted for UN Peacekeeping Operations
and for Member States both in Mission and at Headquarters;
- Prepare and present briefings on peacekeeping training policy and guidelines to senior
management;
- Liaise with Permanent Missions of Member States, and national, regional and international
peacekeeping training institutions;
- Plan, coordinate and supervise the execution and evaluation of United Nations DPKO support
and participation in multinational peacekeeping exercises;
- Provide training assistance, support and guidance to Mission Trainers in UN Peacekeeping
Operations both remotely and in the field;
- Develop DPKO peacekeeping training policy and staff papers on training issues for the Policy,
Evaluation and Training Division;
- Develop, maintain and promulgate UN DPKO standardised training for UN peacekeeping
Operations;
- Act as Project Manager for ITS development projects;
- Supervise the ITS police peacekeeping training databases and websites and promulgate
standardised UN peacekeeping training publications,carry out UN peacekeeping training and
evaluation activities in UNPKOs and UN Member States.
Competencies:
Professionalism:
Proven research, analytical and evaluative skills. Ability to conduct independent
research and analysis, identify issues, formulate concepts and options and make conclusions and
recommendations. Ability to produce high quality work with limited supervision and in unfamiliar
environments. Ability to provide sound peacekeeping training advice. Ability to manage and lead
training teams in the field. Knowledge and understanding of police institutional development and
police capacity enhancement is required as is knowledge of UN peacekeeping procedures. Takes
responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women
and men in all areas of work.
Communication:
Speaks and writes clearly and effectively. Listens to others, correctly interprets
messages from others and responds appropriately. Asks questions to clarify, and exhibits interest in
having two-way communication. Tailors language, tone, style and format to match the audience.
Demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed.
Planning & Organizing:
Understanding of strategic planning processes and ability to plan,
coordinate and deliver complex training activities. Ability to establish priorities, think laterally and
creatively, plan, coordinate and monitor own work plan. Ability to manage projects against
approved milestones and deadlines and to monitor and report on performance of staff under
supervision.
Qualification:
Education
Graduation from a police academy or similar law enforcement institution is required. Advanced
university degree, preferably in training and development or a related area such as education or
social science is required. A first-level university degree in combination with qualifying experience
may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.
Work Experience
The candidate must be an active service police officer, with a rank of Superintendent or other
service equivalent. A minimum of  seven (7) years of progressively responsible professional
training experience is required.  Experience in developing training strategies and programmes,
including training design, development and delivery, and capacity building matters is required.
Operational experience as a member of at least one UN peacekeeping/peace enforcement/peace
support mission is required.  Service in his/her national/regional peacekeeping centre is desirable.
Qualifying years of experience are calculated following the graduation from the national
military/defense college or academy.
Language
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post,
fluency in written and spoken English is required. Fluency of a second official UN language,
preferably French, is desirable.
Assesment Method:
Evaluation of qualified applicants may undergo a technical writing exercise, which may be
followed by a competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.
Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States.  Only officers in active service who
have received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered.  Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for military officers who serve
on secondment financed by the support account for peacekeeping operations.
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Job Title:Senior Police Liaison Officer, P-5
Deparment/Office:OROLSI/Police Division//Integrated Operating Team
Location:NEW YORK
Posting Period:30/06/2015 - 29/09/2015
Job Opening number:DPKO/SEC1501/P-5/12


United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Organizational Setting and Reporting:
While this position is administratively located in the Police Division (PD) of the Office of Rule of
Law and Security Institutions (OROLSI), the incumbent reports to the Head of the Integrated
Operational Team in the Office of Operations (OO).  Both OO and ORLSI are in the Department of
Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO).
Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Police Liaison Officer will be responsible for the following duties:
- Provides support to police mandate implementation and law enforcement in peace operations.
- S/he provides advice on peacekeeping mission-specific andoperations support issues requiring
policy decisions; assists in developing and reviewing Mission Plans and Concepts of Operations for
police components of peace operations; reviews the draft report of the Secretary-General to the
Security Council and the General Assembly and other related issuances on the police components
of peace operations; and, advises, facilitates and coordinates police issues requiring the involvement
of Police Contributing Countries (PCCs).
- The incumbent also liaises with other offices within the Secretariat, peacekeeping missions and
Permanent Missions of the PCC’s within the guidelines of the PD; supports the IOT and the PD in
planning and integrating police elements into the development of Concepts of Operations and
Operational Plans;
- Supports the PD in evaluating police plans and preparing expert police advice on mission
operational matters; advises and facilitates the flow of critical information between DPKO and
missions to inform the planning, budget, and implementation processes.
- He/she represents the IOT and PD in selected working groups, task forces and outside meetings;
facilitates collaboration between the PD and other field mission components at the operational
level; and, coordinates and integrates activities of police components in the field missions.
Competencies:
Professionalism:
  Demonstrated competence in police matters at the strategic and command
levels; ability to identify issues, formulate opinions and provide recommendations through the use
of sound judgment and applying expertise to solve a wide range of problems related to law
enforcement; ability to work under pressure; good negotiation skills; knowledge of theories,
concepts and approaches relevant to law enforcement, community safety and capacity-building;
good research, analytical and problem-solving skills; Takes responsibility for incorporating gender
perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.
Planning and Organizing:
 Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies;
identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate
amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies
when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.
Communication:
  Speaks and writes clearly and effectively; listens to others, correctly interprets
messages from others and responds appropriately; asks questions to clarify, and exhibits interest in
having two-way communication; tailors language, tone, style and format to match audience;
demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed.
Leadership:
 Serves as a role model that other people want to follow;  Empowers others to translate
vision into results; Is proactive in developing strategies to accomplish objectives; Establishes and
maintains relationships with a broad range of people to understand needs and gain support;
Anticipates and resolves conflicts by pursuing mutually agreeable solutions; Drives for change and
improvement; does not accept the status quo; Shows the courage to take unpopular stands; takes
responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women
and men in all areas of work.
Vision:
 Identifies strategic issues, opportunities and risks; clearly communicates links between the
Organization’s strategy and the work unit’s goals; generates and communicates broad and
compelling organizational direction, inspiring others to pursue that same direction; conveys
enthusiasm about future possibilities.
Qualification:
Education:
Advanced university degree (Master's Degree or equivalent) in Criminal Justice, Law
or Political Science or other related field.  A first level university degree with a combination of
relevant academic qualifications and experience in police and peacekeeping may be accepted in lieu
of the advanced university degree. Graduation from a police academy or similar law enforcement
training institution is required.
Experience:
 Must be a senior professional police officer on active duty with the rank of Deputy
Commissioner, Chief Superintendent or rank equivalent to full Colonel level.  A minimum of 10
years of progressively responsible experience in police service, including experience at the
command level, and experience in national law enforcement and police policy-making in the field
and headquarters, experience in strategic and operational police management.  Police training
experience is desirable.  Experience in UN peacekeeping, UNHQ, or similar international
organization is desirable. Qualifying years of experience are calculated following the graduation
from the national military/defense college or academy.
Language:
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For
this post, fluency in English (both oral and written) is required. Knowledge of a second official UN
language, preferably French, is desirable.
Assesment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be
requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a
competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.
Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States.  Only serving police officers who have
received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered.  Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for active police officers who
serve on secondment financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations.

 

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY - Motorpool Supervisor

CLOSING DATE OF THE POSITION: August 5, 2015

ALL ORDINARILY RESIDENT (OR) APPLICANTS MUST HAVE THE REQUIRED WORK AND/OR RESIDENCY PERMITS TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION.

The US Embassy is seeking for an individual for the position of Motorpool Supervisor in the General Services Section.


BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION

The incumbent is responsible for the management of all motor pool vehicles and operations for the Embassy and associated agencies under ICASS. Directly responsible for fleet management and preventive maintenance of 80+ vehicles. Oversees the preparation of required reports, monitors fuel consumption and mileage, and ensures that procurement of parts, fuel and other automotive services are consistent with USG or local regulations. Incumbent is Chief Locally Employed Staff responsible for Drivecam and is a Drivecam Coach for Motorpool drivers. Responsible for Smith System in post and VIP vehicle needs. Ensures that Incidental Drivers are trained and tracked. Supervises and reports on any vehicle collisions/mishaps/accidents in Post. Directly supervises a Deputy, 2 Dispatchers and 3 Mechanics. Provides second level supervision to 42 drivers through the Deputy.


MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Supervision:
65%

Directly supervises 3 Motor Pool Mechanics and 2 Dispatchers. Second level supervisor for 42 full time drivers. Act as a leader to all Motorpool staff. Conduct spot check on drivers and provide in-house training on standards and customer service. Responsible for DriveCam and Smith System programs in post. Coaches Motorpool drivers for Drivecam. Supervises incidental drivers in post and their related training needs. Point person on VIP motor pool needs. Supervises Performance Evaluation Reports and timekeeping functions of all motor pool staff.

Fleet Management:
35%

Directly responsible for the management of over 80 vehicles in the motor pool, including light and heavy armored vehicles, all terrain utility vehicles and passenger vehicles. Oversees inventory or all vehicles and vehicle records including registration and importation documents, procurement documents, fuel consumption and mileage, maintenance schedules, repairs and vehicle replacement records. Coordinates new vehicle acquisitions in accordance with standardization and USG regulations, and recommends vehicles for disposal. Prepare all required reports on various aspects of motor vehicles operations and maintenance as required by the GSO, including Mishap reporting. Provides guidance to Facilities Maintenance, GSO Housing/Shipping, and other sections that use motor pool. Assign vehicles to these sections and provide guidance to ensure their compliance with motor pool vehicle policies.

 

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

All applicants must address each selection criterion detailed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each item.

 
    Education: Completion of two-years College in Business Administration or related field is required.

    Prior Work Experience: Three years of supervisory experience required. 1 year out of the three years should be in supervising drivers/dispatchers/vehicles is required.

    Language Proficiency : Level IV English (fluent) and Level IV Kiswahili (fluent) (reading, speaking and writing) is required.

    Job Knowledge: Must be knowledgeable of maintenance and repair of motor vehicles, automotive safety, local laws, local vehicles registration, and insurance laws, policies and regulations. Must be familiar with procurement and basis budget procedures for correct billing of fuels, parts, and vehicle usage. Must have knowledge of local terrain and sources for spare parts and repair services. Must have demonstrated ability to utilize word processing, spreadsheets, and data base applications. Must have or be willing to acquire Department and Embassy motor pool policies and procedures. Must have expertise in planning and implementing transportation for VIP visits, including building motorcades.

    Skills and Abilities: Ability to adapt quickly to changing circumstances; plan, initiate, organize and allocate resources to accomplish program needs through the effective and efficient use of available resources; resolve difficult problems independently; supervise,lead and motivate employees who report directly to incumbent as well as temporary employees; interpret and apply rules and regulations for new situations, and interface with officials from low to high rank inside and outside the Embassy for the purpose of coordinating efforts. Ability to analyze data and information, and prepare recommendations for policies and procedures. Must possess valid driver’s license class C. Should have skills to sufficiently perform most routine maintenance and repair work in order to supervise activities of mechanics. Basic computer skills 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.

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: 2294971 or 2294970


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 the shortlisted Candidates will be contacted


CLOSING DATE OF THE POSITION: August 5, 2015

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY – Deputy Motorpool Supervisor
Closing date of the position: August 5, 2015

ALL ORDINARILY RESIDENT (OR) APPLICANTS MUST HAVE THE REQUIRED WORK AND/OR RESIDENCY PERMITS TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION.

The US Embassy is seeking for an individual for the position of Deputy Motorpool Supervisor in the General Services Section.

BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION

The incumbent is Deputy to the Motor pool Supervisor and deputizes for the Supervisor when absent.

The Deputy Motorpool Supervisor supervises 42 drivers and their related needs, and is responsible for the Vehicle Allocation Methodology (VAM) and Fleet Management Information System (FMIS) program.

Ensures that fuel, mileage, maintenance and vehicle usage are properly documented.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Supervision:
60%

Manager: Supervisor for 42 drivers. Prepare driver EERs. Oversee driver scheduling, including vacation, sick leave and overtime planning. Ensure driver compliance for medical checks, licensing, home/work transit and travel advances. Supervise and propose appropriate training for drivers such as armored, VIP motorcade driving and other skill enhancements. Maintain a professional level of driver conduct, including appropriate clothing, manners and courtesy to passengers and other drivers in the team. Propose and ensure customer service from drivers to clients. Ensure that Motorpool drivers in government plated cars represent the US Embassy image and mission, both inside the Chancery walls and out.

Records keeping:
20%

Responsible for VAM and FMIS program. Oversee accurate records. Responsible for workload counts and assuring that records are kept properly and data reports are forwarded by set deadlines.

Backup:
20%

Deputize for Supervisor when Supervisor is absent.

 
QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

All applicants must address each selection criterion detailed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each item.

    Education: Completion of 2 years college in business or related field is required.
    Prior Work Experience: Two years of supervisory experience in fields such as motorpool, logistics or supply is required.
    Language Proficiency:: Level IV English (fluent) and Level IV Kiswahili (fluent) (reading, writing and speaking) is required.
    Knowledge: Must be knowledgeable of maintenance and repair of motor vehicles, automotive safety, local laws, local vehicles registration, and insurance laws, policies and regulations. Must be familiar with procurement and basis budget procedures for correct billing of fuels, parts, and vehicle usage. Must have knowledge of local terrain and sources for spare parts and repair services. Must have demonstrated ability to utilize word processing, spreadsheets, and data base applications. Must have or be willing to acquire Department and Embassy motor pool policies and procedures. Experience in planning and implementing transportation for VIP visits, including building motorcades, a plus is required.
    Skills and Abilities: Ability to adapt quickly to changing circumstances; plan, initiate, organize and allocate resources to accomplish program needs through the effective and efficient use of available resources; resolve difficult problems independently; supervise, lead and motivate employees who report directly to incumbent as well as temporary employees; interpret and apply rules and regulations for new situations, and interface with officials from low to high rank inside and outside the Embassy for the purpose of coordinating efforts. Ability to analyze data and information, and prepare recommendations for policies and procedures. Must possess valid driver’s license class C. Should have skills to sufficiently perform most routine maintenance and repair work in order to supervise activities of mechanics. Basic computer skills 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

    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 or 2294970

CLOSING DATE OF THE POSITION: August 5, 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 OPPORTUNITY – Acquisition and Assistance Specialist
Closing Date of The Position: Open until all positions are filled.

ALL ORDINARILY RESIDENT (OR) APPLICANTS MUST HAVE THE REQUIRED WORK AND/OR RESIDENCY PERMITS TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION.

The US Embassy is seeking an individual for the position of Acquisition and Assistance Specialist at the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). This is a full-time Personal Services Contract position.

USAID anticipates hiring up to five new staff as Acquisition & Assistance (A&A), depending on the qualifications of the applicant.

Under the A&A position, USAID is willing to accept applicants with fewer than the required minimum number of years of experience but meeting the minimum educational requirements. These employees will be considered trainees and begin at one grade lower. Attainment of the higher grade level is contingent upon the Specialist successfully completing all required training, years of experience to reach the fully qualified level, in addition to meeting agreed-upon objectives and milestones, and performing in a fully successful manner. Failure to obtain the minimum qualification of the next grade level may be grounds for termination.

The candidates for this position will be reviewed on a continuous basis until the closing date or until all positions are filled.
 

BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION

The Acquisition and Assistance Specialist is located in the Office of Acquisition and Assistance, USAID/TANZANIA. The function of the Office is to provide Acquisition and Assistance (procurement) support to Mission Technical Offices and Development Objective (DO) Teams in the Mission, and in any other Offices that may be supported by the Mission. The primary purpose of this position is to perform a variety of acquisition and assistance duties including writing grants, cooperative agreements, contracts, and other procurement instruments and preparing amendments in support of the Mission. The Specialist reviews and recommends for approval or revision of requisitions in the Global Acquisition and Assistance System (GLAAS); scopes of work (SOW); drafts requests for proposal or quote; performs cost and price analysis; analyzes proposals or quotes received; drafts contracts and contract modifications; analyzes contractor-proposed budgets; recommends revisions to various contract provisions; writes Memoranda of Negotiation; and, prepares other required documentation. The Specialist maintains contract files and records up to date, prepares Contractor Performance Reports (CPRs), and supports award closeouts. The Specialist provides guidance related to administrative award modifications, and is responsible for carrying out day-to-day activities under the mentorship of more senior A&A specialists.

This position is a part of an established career ladder, which provides for career progression if established performance objectives are met. Attainment of higher grade levels is contingent upon the Specialist successfully completing required training, meeting agreed-upon objectives and milestones, and performing in a Fully Successful manner. Promotion to higher grade levels is not guaranteed.

 
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

a. The Specialist (Trainee) is responsible for program/project/activity acquisition and assistance support for USAID/Tanzania Technical Offices, Development Objective (DO) and Assistance Objective (AO) Teams, and any designated clients. USAID programs are diverse and multi-sectorial. The Specialist is required to provide acquisition assistance to designated Technical Offices and/or DO/AO Teams, and to support a variety of programs/projects/activities. These programs/projects/activities are implemented through complex Government contracting and grant mechanisms, including but not limited to purchase orders, competitively negotiated technical assistance agreements, contracts, cooperative agreements, Participating Agency Service Agreements (PASA), and sole source contracts.

b. The Specialist (Trainee) is expected and required to select the appropriate procurement instrument type for the situation at hand, and to accurately apply USG procurement laws, regulations, policies, and procedures governing each type of instrument. The advanced developmental nature of the assignment includes the acquisition of goods and various types of services. The Specialist (Trainee) must be equally familiar with the procedures for acquisition of goods, and for managing personal service and non-personal service contracting actions.

c. The Specialist (Trainee) is expected to work with technical specialists/activity managers in Technical Offices and DO/AO Teams throughout the Mission and the Region, assisting in the preparation of annual procurement plans, the development of clear and concise statements of work, and full supporting documentation. The Specialist (Trainee) must be able to provide authoritative technical guidance to technical specialists/activity managers, pertaining to their procurement-related responsibilities and procedures. Specific duties include: Pre-Award Duties – the Specialist (Trainee) assists technical DO/AO Team personnel in the analysis of annual program plans, and advises on the selection of appropriate acquisition and assistance mechanisms to help achieve program objectives; assists technical personnel in the preparation of required descriptions of proposed activities, including statements of work, specifications, and activity descriptions; prepares pre-solicitation documents and clearances, including determinations, justifications, synopses, and solicitations and, reviews GLAAS Requisitions (REQs) for completeness and clarity. The Specialist (Trainee) advises on the adequacy of evaluation criteria, proposed contracting mechanisms, the extent of advertising required, and any other required terms and conditions. In coordination with Technical Offices and/or representatives of host-country governments, the Specialist (Trainee) evaluates and analyzes bids and proposals, ensuring compliance with evaluation criteria. The Specialist (Trainee) assists in the development of pre-negotiation costs or programmatic objectives, in conjunction with the Contracting/Regional Contracting Officer and/or his/her designee, technical personnel, and others; recommends the competitive range, and negotiates with potential awardees; documents negotiations in writing; assists in technical and cost evaluations; recommends the selected contractor and prepares contract files, to include making required certifications and determinations necessary for each procurement action: and, prepares award documents that accurately reflect all discussions and provisions relevant to the type of award mechanism to be implemented.

Post-Award Duties – The Specialist (Trainee) monitors performance as required by the terms and conditions of the award, through review of performance and review of financial reports; manages the assigned portfolio; assures that funding is available when required; and, works with DO/AO Teams/CORs/AORs to assure targets/milestones are set and being met (or that remedial action is taken), and that the overall goals of the program/project/activity are met; conducts site visits and attends meetings; and, provides guidance to technical personnel and assists in programmatic duties as required to avoid contractual/legal improprieties. The Specialist (Trainee) assists the CO/RCO with issues that may arise during contract performance, including changes, work stoppages, disputes, implementation problems, defaults, cost overruns, unacceptable performance, and payment problems.

d. The Specialist (Trainee) conducts closeouts of contracts, grants, and cooperative agreements after completion; closeouts include ensuring contract audits are conducted in a timely manner, preparing performance documentation, and resolving outstanding issues noted in audits.

Performs other duties as assigned or required.

 
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

As this is a Career Ladder position, the elements of the Required Qualifications differ from one level to another, EXCEPT for Education and Language requirements which are the same at all three levels of Junior, Mid-Level, and Specialist (Fully Successful) Level.

a. Education (ALL LEVELS):
Possession of a Baccalaureate (Bachelor’s) Degree or the equivalent of a four-year US college/university (or equivalency accreditation if a non-US institution) degree in accounting, law, business, finance, contracts, purchasing, economics, industrial management, marketing, quantitative methods, and/or organization and management is required.

NB: Additional education may NOT be substituted for Experience.

b. Language Proficiency (ALL LEVELS):
Level IV (Fluent) English language proficiency, both oral and written, is required.

SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS AT EACH LEVEL:

    JUNIOR LEVEL

    c. Prior Work Experience:
    Three or more years of progressively responsible experience in acquisition and assistance, development assistance, business, law or another closely related field is required.

    d. Knowledge:
    Knowledge of public and/or private-sector business processes, or the ability to quickly gain such knowledge, is required. The knowledge or the ability to quickly gain an understanding of US Federal Acquisition Regulations, and/or knowledge and understanding of how to execute and administer a complex acquisition or assistance (grant) portfolio, is required, particularly as it relates to acquisition through methods of negotiation, sealed bidding, small purchase procedures, and that result in standard and established contract types.

    e. Skills and Abilities:
    The potential to acquire the ability to plan and administer acquisition activities, and provide acquisition assistance and support for Agency programs and projects in a timely manner, is required. The potential to gain the ability to apply contracting regulations, procedures, and policies to individual acquisition and assistance programs is required. And, an ability to communicate effectively with internal and external customers and stakeholders is required.

    Good analytical, negotiating, and time management skills, along with strong proofreading skills and attention to detail, are required.

    Ability to write clearly and concisely. The ability to work calmly, tactfully, and effectively under pressure is essential, as well as the ability to maintain strict CONFIDENTIALITY, and meet all STANDARDS OF CONDUCT/ETHICS STANDARDS in accordance with US law throughout all phases of acquisition and assistance procurement processes is required.

    
    MID-LEVEL

    c. Prior Work Experience:
    Four or more years of progressively responsible experience in acquisition and assistance, development assistance, business, law or another closely related field is required.

    As this position is part of a recognized and established career ladder, a minimum of one year of this experience must be performing complex A&A work under USG acquisition and/or assistance regulations, in the public or private sector is required.

    d. Knowledge:
    Knowledge of public and/or private-sector business processes is required. At this level, knowledge of USG Federal Acquisition Regulations, or knowledge and understanding of how to execute and administer an acquisition and portfolio, is required, particularly as it relates to acquisition through methods of negotiation, sealed bidding, small purchase procedures, and that result in standard and established contract types is required.

    A good knowledge of Regional markets pertaining to program and project requirements for services and commodities, and a good knowledge and understanding of US market and pricing methods is required.

    e. Skills and Abilities:
    Skills and Abilities: The ability to plan and administer acquisition activities, and provide adequate acquisition assistance and support for agency programs and projects in a timely manner is required.

    The ability to apply governing contracting regulations, procedures, and policies to assigned acquisition and assistance programs is required.

    An ability to deal effectively with high-level representatives of the US and Regional business community, and with colleagues in USAID Missions and/or host governments throughout the Region is required. Skill in the use of most elements of the Microsoft Business suite is required.

    Good analytical, negotiating, and time management skills, along with strong proofreading skills and attention to detail, are required.

    The ability to work calmly, tactfully, and effectively under pressure is essential, as well as the ability to maintain strict CONFIDENTIALITY, and meet all STANDARDS OF CONDUCT/ETHICS STANDARDS in accordance with US law throughout all phases of acquisition and assistance procurement processes is required.

    
    SENIOR LEVEL

    c. Prior Work Experience:
    Five or more years of progressively responsible work in acquisition and assistance is required. As this position is part of a recognized and established career ladder, a minimum of two years of this experience must be performing complex A&A work under USG acquisition and/or assistance regulations, in the public or private sector, with at least one year at the Mid-Level or equivalent.

    d. Knowledge:
    Knowledge of US Federal and/or USAID Acquisition Regulations, and knowledge and understanding of how to execute and administer a complex acquisition and assistance portfolio is required, particularly as it relates to acquisition through methods of negotiation, sealed bidding, small purchase procedures, and that result in standard and established contract types. A good knowledge of host-country and regional markets pertaining to program/project/activity requirements for services and commodities, and a good knowledge and understanding of US market and pricing methods is required. Knowledge of business processes in public or private sectors is required.

    e. Skills and Abilities:
    The ability to plan and administer large acquisition activities, and provide adequate acquisition assistance and support for agency programs/projects/activities in a timely manner is required. The ability to apply governing contracting regulations, procedures, and policies to individual complex acquisition and assistance programs is required. An ability to deal effectively with high-level representatives of the US and Regional business community, and with colleagues in USAID Missions and/or host governments throughout the Region is required. Skill in the use of most elements of the Microsoft Business suite is required.

    Good analytical, negotiating, and time management skills, along with strong proofreading skills and attention to detail, are required. The ability to work calmly, tactfully, and effectively under pressure is essential, as well as the ability to maintain strict CONFIDENTIALITY, and meet all STANDARDS OF CONDUCT/ETHICS STANDARDS in accordance with US law throughout all phases of acquisition and assistance procurement processes.

 
POSITION ELEMENTS:
a. Supervision Received: The Acquisition and Assistance Specialist works under the general guidance of the Contracting Officer and/or his/her designee, or a higher-level Specialist/Officer, who makes assignments in terms of the range of procurement actions the Specialist will perform. The Specialist independently initiates necessary coordination with requesting Mission CORs/AORs, Technical Offices, and Development Objectives and Assistance Objective Teams providing policy and strategic guidance on how to best fulfill requirements, and with Office of Financial Management, staffs of other offices, and with awardees. The Specialist keeps the Contracting Officer, and/or his/her designee, updated through periodic status reports and through verbal briefings. Completed work is reviewed from the overall standpoint of providing a viable procurement approach for results achieved, in meeting delivery schedules, and in the selection of appropriate contract methods.

b. Available Guidelines: Guidelines include the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), USAID Acquisition Regulations (AIDAR), Automated Directives System (ADS), Contract Information Bulletins (CIBs), US Department of State Standardized Regulations, Federal Travel Regulations (FTR), Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circulars, Mission Orders, and grant format requirements.

c. Exercise of Judgment: The Specialist must exercise a high degree of sound judgment in handling all aspects of pre-award and post-award actions, when advising CORs/AORs and Mission staff, and when interacting with implementing partners (IPs) to resolve complex issues arising during program/project/activity implementation. The Specialist must exercise good judgment in dealing with visitors and callers; in the analysis of cost, financial, and other characteristics of prospective contractors and grantees; and, in deciding what questions need to be asked of Technical Officials and DO and AO Team representatives and proposed contractors/grantees, in order to ensure achievement of the acquisition objectives on contract, grant, or other assistance instruments. Unusual decisions and matters of policy are referred to the Contracting Officer/Regional Contracting Officer and/or his/her designee.

d. Authority to Make Commitments: The Specialist is required to hold discussions and negotiations with potential contractors and grantees to reach agreement on statements of work/program descriptions and budgets. The Specialist has the authority to conclude negotiations and to structure the final terms and conditions of USAID acquisition and assistance instruments, as assigned. The agreements must be approved and signed by a warranted Contracting Officer/ Regional Contracting Officer and/or his/her designee, in order to obligate funds.

e. Nature, Level, and Purpose of Contacts: The Specialist is in daily contact with staff throughout the Mission, with managers of any serviced Missions/Offices in the Region, Technical Office staffs and DO and AO Team Leaders, CORs/AORs, and with grantees, potential grantees, visitors, and mid- to high-level officials from both the public and private sectors, as well as with NGOs and IPs, in order to exchange and/or collect information, and to provide advice relating to program implementation.

f. Supervision Exercised: This is a non-supervisory position, although the Specialist may be assigned as an acting Leader for short periods of time. The Specialist may provide limited guidance to lower-level acquisition staff, trainees, and clerks.

g. Time Required to Perform Full Range of Duties: One year.


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: Open until all positions are filled.


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

Thursday, 23 July 2015 08:52

NAFASI ZA KAZI UBALOZI WA MAREKANI

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY – Medical Technologist
Closing Date of The Position: July 27, 2015

ALL ORDINARILY RESIDENT (OR) APPLICANTS MUST HAVE THE REQUIRED WORK AND/OR RESIDENCY PERMITS TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION.

The US Embassy is seeking an individual for the position of Medical Technologist in the Health Unit.


BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION

The incumbent will serve as the U.S. Certified Medical Technologist, Western European or Non-Western equivalent trained Medical Technologist with comparable qualifications. The position is located in the Embassy Health Unit (HU) Laboratory and is under the direct supervision of the Post Medical Advisor. The position will provide the full range of professional clinical laboratory services to American and Locally Employed Staff.



MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Provides laboratory services during assigned work hours.
70% of time

Performs waived and non-waived laboratory testing in the areas of hematology, urinalysis, chemistry, microbiology, serology, immunology, blood banking, and parasitology to employees (US Direct Hire, LES, any eligible beneficiary).

Performs laboratory procedures to aid in the diagnosis of infectious and tropical diseases (HIV, malaria, shistosomiasis, typhoid, etc.).

Assesses accuracy and validity of test results by applying knowledge of relevant scientific principles, identifies probable causes for irregular and atypical findings.

Evaluates laboratory test results and provides detailed information to medical providers as necessary. Selects appropriate action according to protocols approved by the RMT and Post Medical Adviser.

Makes independent decisions as well as modifications and adaptations in methodology and confirmatory testing in order to achieve valid results.

Performs appropriate laboratory testing to gather important epidemiological information from an infectious disease outbreak.

Serves as a consultant to the health unit medical providers, the Peace Corps medical providers as well as CDC in Dar es Salaam and private laboratories.

 
Collects, labels, and processes patient specimens.
3%

Follows specific Standing Operating Procedures (SOP) for the collection and handling of all test specimens dependent upon the test requisition.

Assures proper collection and processing of PAP and biopsy specimens.

Ensures the proper storage and shipment of patient specimens for analyses, which must be performed by outside reference laboratories, each specimen having specific collection, processing, storage, and shipment requirements.

Assures storage and handling requirements are met for all requested tests on patient specimens and environmental samples.

Follows International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations for the shipment of bio-hazardous, diagnostic and infectious specimens. Instructs providers and patients on proper specimen collection. Assures that all test results on specimens sent out of the health unit laboratory are received in a timely manner and reviewed by a provider.

Serves as a first responder for any terrorist attack or environmental crises that may take place at the embassy.

Performs appropriate laboratory testing.

Develops laboratory protocols for various scenarios.

 

Adheres to an established Quality Assurance Program.
2%

Follows written policies and procedures for all laboratory testing and quality control procedures.

Adheres to established policies for handling unacceptable specimens due to improper collection, handling, age, storage, etc.

Performs calibration and functional checks on all instrumentation at required intervals.

Performs daily quality control and evaluates these value to determine if patient test results are valid; determines causes of unacceptable results and initiates corrective action.

Establishes new QC lot ranges to maintain valid test systems.

Performs correlation and precision studies for new equipment and test procedures.

*Documents all quality control testing, function checks, calibrations and temperatures.

Performs daily, monthly and quarterly maintenance on the laboratory’s complex electronic equipment and precision instruments (total value approximately $50,000). Troubleshoots instruments, resolves technical problems, and initiates remedial actions. Monitors autoclave performance through daily and monthly quality control procedures. Monitors temperatures of the laboratory, refrigerators, freezers, incubators and heating blocks to assure proper conditions for testing and storage of supplies.

Maintains an organized record management system. Copies of patient test reports, laboratory requisitions, instrument maintenance logs, and quality control and proficiency testing records are retained for two years with immunohematology, blood banking records for five years and histocytology records for ten years.

Reviews all laboratory reports before results are distributed to medical providers.

Participates in quarterly proficiency testing surveys. Submits the results to the proficiency-testing provider within the required time period. Retains records of proficiency testing results and documents the review of each report. Takes corrective action when necessary. Retains documentation of review and remedial action for each result that does not fall within acceptable limits.

 

Maintains custody and proper internal controls for the Health Unit Laboratory.
5%

Responsible for the ordering and inventory control of laboratory reagents and supplies

Manages laboratory budget (annual supply budget up to $25,000).

Prepares supply orders, assuring that all items are compatible with existing equipment; submits orders and follows through until supplies are received and invoices paid.

Maintains laboratory equipment maintenance contracts

 

Maintains post’s Walking Blood Bank.
1%

Assists in the maintenance Walking Blood Bank database to include blood types on everyone under the Medical program.

Maintains a list of potential volunteer donors.

Responsible for the collection of donor blood or the oversight of this collection if performed in local facility, processing, testing of donor blood, compatibility testing, labeling, storage, and transport of blood to an individual requiring an emergency blood transfusion. Also responsible to send blood of both donors and recipient to M/Med for confirmatory testing.

Updates SOPs for the Blood Bank and adheres strictly to AABB regulations.

Maintains good working relationship with local blood bank hospital. Assist local blood bank hospitals in sponsoring blood draws within the embassy, consulate or international community.

 

Responsible for Medical Clearance laboratory examinations
5%

Performs all laboratory diagnostic testing as approved by the medical provider.

Verifies and approves laboratory bills for payment (based on authorization) related to the clearance exam which could not be performed in-house.

Performs FSN pre-employment physical laboratory testing

Performs annual FSN driver physical examination laboratory and hearing testing.

 

Participates in disease prevention/health education programs.
3%

Assures proper collection and tests samples from Mission’s water supply.

Performs food safety inspections of embassy, consulate, marine house, American Club, and USAID.

Conducts health education programs to include food safety and infection control.

Collects blood specimens from children < 6 years of age for blood lead screening.

Collects samples for the Department of State DNA Registry Program; assures proper documentation and handling of all DNA samples.

 

Oversees the implementation and adherence to the Health Unit’s Exposure Control Plan for blood borne pathogens.
2%

Responsible for disposal and incineration of all embassy health unit and Peace Corps health unit medical waste per OSHA regulations. Maintains required documentation.

Strictly adheres to policies and procedures established in the Exposure Control Plan. Monitors the health unit staff’s adherence to these policies. Provides hepatitis B antibody testing to verify immunity levels of health unit staff.

Evaluates new safety products for the workplace to minimize blood borne pathogen exposures.


Oversees the implementation and adherence to the health unit Hazardous Chemical Control Plan.
1%

Hazardous Chemical Control Plan.

    Maintains on file Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for all hazardous
    chemicals used by the laboratory as well as medical providers.

Ensures the proper labeling, storage, handling, and disposal of hazardous chemicals.

Institutes work practice and engineering controls in the safe use of hazardous chemicals.


Maintains current working knowledge and relationship with the local reference laboratory directors and their facilities.
2%

Maintains a list of acceptable local reference laboratories and copies of their test menus, specimen collection and handling requirements, test methodology or equipment, and price listings.

Identifies new local laboratory and blood bank facilities for the RMT to assess.

Communicates regularly with the Regional Medical Technologist (RMT) on the performance of the local laboratories and blood banks.


Reporting requirements
2%

Reports test results according to established procedures.

Compiles and statistically analyzes monthly workload data in order to follow increased/decreased workloads, testing performed, laboratory supply usage, and epidemiological trends.

Submits annual Statistics Report on testing to MED/LAB Washington, D.C.

Submits Monthly Quality Control and Statistics Report to the RMT.

Submits Continuing Medical Education Report and Competency Assessment Report to the RMT.

Prepares Food Safety Inspection Report.

Submits an Accident Report on all exposure incidents.

Utilizes abstracts, tables, charts, graphs, etc. for inclusion in the reporting.

 

Must be available outside of normal embassy working hours.
2%

Available for call-back as necessary at post.

Available to work weekends and holidays when necessary to complete microbiological testing.

Attends continuing medical education conferences held outside of country as scheduled.

Available to respond to the embassy on an emergency basis.


Coordinates and conducts cross training of in-house health unit staff.
1%

Provides training on quality assurance measures, specimen handling, latest technology, waived testing, and other laboratory topics.

Assists in procedure development and comparative evaluation of new and/or modified tests and assays.

Additional Administrative Duties
1%

Maintains written or electronic record of policies and procedures for the health unit laboratory.

Other duties and training as assigned by RMT, Admin, or the Post Medical Advisor


 

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

All applicants must address each selection criterion detailed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each item.

    Education: Degree in Medical Technology, clinical laboratory science or chemistry, physical, or biological science from a recognized institution is required.

    Prior Work Experience: A minimum of two years of clinical laboratory experience in a hospital laboratory, health agency or medical research program is required. Experience must have provided an understanding of the methods and techniques applied in performing professional clinical laboratory work is required.

    Language proficiency: Level IV English (fluent) Speaking/Reading English is required. Level II Kiswahili (Limited Knowledge) is required.

    Knowledge: Fully developed skills to perform both routine and complex laboratory testing in the areas of hematology, urinalysis, chemistry, microbiology, serology, immunology, blood banking, and parasitology. Proficiency in specimen collection and phlebotomy are essential. Must be familiar with U.S. laboratory standards of testing and quality assurance practices as defined by the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988 (CLIA ’88). Must be able to work independently at times with only telephone consultations with the RMLS. Applicant must have a good understanding of General Anatomy, Medical Terminology, and Laboratory Science. Must have knowledge of laboratory equipment used in performing a variety of laboratory tests and skill in performing preventive maintenance and troubleshooting/repair on laboratory equipment is required.

    Skills and Abilities: Ability to use specialized laboratory equipment. Must be able to use a computer for word processing and email. Able to explain complex medical information to his or her peers, as well as a lay audience, Process problem-solving skills that will allow for the maintenance and troubleshooting of complex medical equipment, database management skills. The position requires strong interpersonal skills and a client-oriented disposition.

 

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

    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: (255-22)229 4000, Ext: 4137/4148/4233/4024
Fax: (255-22)229 4726

 

CLOSING DATE OF THE POSITION: July 27, 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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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY - Engineer (Re-advertised)
CLOSING DATE OF THE POSITION: August 4, 2015

ALL ORDINARILY RESIDENT (OR) APPLICANTS MUST HAVE THE REQUIRED WORK AND/OR RESIDENCY PERMITS TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION.

The US Embassy is seeking an individual for the position of Engineer in Facilities Maintenance Section.

BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION

Provide construction and maintenance contract development services for the Facilities Maintenance Division. Oversee contract management and provide technical engineering support for the Mission. The project specifications and technical advice encompass electrical, mechanical, and civil/structural engineering requirements. Project oversight includes planning, cost estimation, design, construction, inspection, and reception of works. Support provided is for US facilities operations in Dar es Salaam Position reports to the Facility Manager.

 

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Engineering and Contract Management: :
60%

Incumbent processes queries for technical and administrative requirements of renovation and alteration projects as well as requests for changes to existing structures. Incumbent researches and prepares feasibility studies to ascertain technical and legal constraints in accordance with local building codes and requirements of the Overseas Buildings Operations (OBO) in Washington in order to delineate viability of proposals.

Incumbent prepares engineering scopes of works, plans, designs, drawings, specifications, bills of materials and independent cost estimates for construction, alterations, and maintenance/repair projects for Government facilities and equipment. Job entails editing and reviewing technical reports, tender documents, drawings, specifications and cost estimates developed by contracted Architect and Engineering (A&E) firms. Position ensures that local codes and the Department of State’s safety and technical standards are strictly adhered to.

Maintenance and Construction: :
30%

As one of the Mission’s technically responsible engineering experts, position supplies technical guidance and support for all major maintenance and construction projects in Dar es Salaam. Provision of guidance and technical advice to other maintenance supervisors and project managers as required is a team requirement. Incumbent assists the Maintenance Manager and the Facilities Manager with all technical projects and purchases of equipment and machinery by providing pertinent recommendations, reports, and data.

Other Duties: :
10%

Position will perform other duties as required.

 

 
QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

All applicants must address each selection criterion detailed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each item.

    Education:
    Graduate engineer with B.S. degree in civil, mechanical, electrical, construction project management, architecture project management or related engineering project management is required.
    Prior Work Experience:
    Five years prior work experience in an engineering firm performing design and construction services is required.
    Language Proficiency:
    Level IV (Fluent) in English and Kiswahili (speaking, writing and reading) with proficiency in the specialized vocabulary required by the duty of the position is required.
    Knowledge:
    Must be familiar with - US and IBC (International) building codes and requirements; understanding of design, construction, and maintenance procedures; common safety protocols including the Embassy SHEM program; and related tools and building materials Professional knowledge of electrical, mechanical, orcivil engineering concepts, principles, and practices applicable to a full range of duties concerned with the design, layout, and construction of facilities is required.
    Skills and Abilities:
    Must be fluent in using Microsoft Office, and project management software. Ability to read and understand engineering and architectural plans and building schematics. Ability to handle multi-tasking and complicated projects. Proficent with AutoCAD software. Registered as a professional engineer and pay required fee. Driving license is also 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: August 4, 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

Role: Head of Collections and Recoveries
Grade: VICE PRESIDENT
Division: COO
Location: Dar es Salaam
Employment nature: Permanent

Barclays Bank Tanzania seeks to recruit an experienced professional Head of Collections & Recoveries reporting to the Chief Operating Officer. Job holder will be a member of the COO Management Committee, in charge of executing and overseeing the implementation of initiatives related to early, late and post write off secured and unsecured collections for Barclays Bank Tanzania with specific responsibility on end to end operation design. planning and performance, resource management, operating annual budget and managing the collections relationships in-country partners and the Barclays Regional Office.

Role: Head of Collections and
Recoveries

Main Accountabilities

Business Management
Align the country and Bardays Africa Regional Office (BARO) targets for Collections & Recoveries to the goals outlined in the relevant Collections strategy.
Explain targets to team members to ensure their comprehensive understanding as well as monitoring of execution.
Co-develop collections plans in conjunction with the BARO Regional Head and oversee the complete country execution to reduce Impairments for the portfolio under management. '
Execute the relevant segmentation strategies into the Collections portfolio country-wide.
Align country Collections plans and resources to the country and Regional Office focus, thereby ensuring consistency. Translate and communicate the Collections strategic goals for effective execution within the country.
Network internally to the country and in the region across all Collections shops to identify and capitalize on best practices and business trends in Early
Collections, Late Collections, Bankruptcy. and Assets in possession.
Use and analyse industry knowledqe and trends as well as customer and consumer feedback to build recommendations to improve business performance with a focus on customer rehabilitation and retention.
Work with the relevant Regional Head of Collections and the in-country COO to implement and optimise the collections capability from the trends.
Review current process and procedure and continuously innovate and look for opportunities
improve efficiency within the current processes and control frameworks. Any proposed changes that are outside approved processes require escalation within the existing framework.
Assess and monitor the Collections Portfolios with the focus on rehabilitation and customer retention.
Analyse and identify accounts in Late Collections that are beyond rehabilitation and implement appropriate strategies to address.
Analyse and interpret Management Information trends and proactively act on these results.

Knowledge, Expertise and Experience
University Degree or equivalent
3-5 Years Managerial experience
Experience gained in either Senior Collections or
Operational roles over a 2-5 year period.
Key internal and external senior Stakeholder / supplier and customer relationship management.
Budgetary management and cost reduction experience
Internal and external benchmarking practices.
Successful delivery of business and cultural change and delivery of associated
Communications skills (English and Swahili written and spoken)
Reporting writing skills
Decision making (serious and strong personality)
Working in group capacity (good relationship with employees and vendors)
Management skills (trained in supervision responsibilities)
Quality assurance (improving and learning capacity)

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Submit your latest CV and cover letter to the link below.
The cover letter should cover- why you are interested in the position, what individual skills you would bring to the role, how you would bring our values to life in your role. Include the contact details of at" least 2 professional referees and indicate your availability should you be successful.

Should you face any challenges please contact us

Telephone +255 22 2282023


TO APPLY CLICK HERE


Please note that only successful applicants will be contacted.

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