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VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY

 

CAREER OPPORTUNITY

The Vocational Educational and Training Authority (VETA) is an autonomous Government Agency established by the Act of Parliament No. 1 of 1994. VETA is responsible for regulating, coordinating, financing and providing Vocational Education and Training in Tanzania. VETA is an equal opportunity organization.


The Authority is looking for qualified, competent, dynamic and committed Tanzanians to fill the following vacant positions:

1.0 Job Title: Director of Human Resources and Administration (1) Position

Report to: Director General

Location: VETA Head Office

2.0 Job Title: Office Management Secretary (1) Position (Re-advertised)

Report to: Director of Labour Market Research and Davelopment

Location: VETA Head Office

3.0 Job Title: Project Civil Engineer (1) Position

Report to: Project Manager

Location: VETA Head Office.

4.0 Mode of Application:

  • Application letters enclosed with CVs indicating names and address of three referees, copies of relevant academic of transcripts and certificates should be addressed to the undersigned.
  • Only applications with required qualification will be considered.
  • Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
  • Those who applied earlier for the position of office Management Secretary need not to re-apply.

The applications should reach the office of the undersigned latest by 1st September, 2014

The Director General,

Vocational Education and Training Authority

P.O. Box 2849

DAR ES SALAAM.

Source: The Guardian (Tuesday August 19, 2014)

A. POST: EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY - Chauffeur

CLOSING DATE OF THE POSITION: September 2, 2014

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

The US Embassy is seeking individuals for the positions of Chauffeur in the General Service Section – Motorpool unit.

BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION

Serves as a Chauffeur in the US Embassy motor pool with responsibility for seeing to the safety and comfort of passengers in transit, proper loading and unloading of vehicles and security of cargo when assigned to drive truck. As required, act as a messenger in delivering invitations and other various documents.

 

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Operates all terrain and passenger vehicles and flat-bed trucks. Performs routine duties and may act as a messenger in delivering documents or invitations to other embassies, government bodies or associated U.S. Agencies and may be assigned up-country trips. Must communicate in English on the radio anytime he is in the vehicle.

60%

 

2. Responsible for safety operation and maintenance of Embassy vehicles assigned. Schedule and deliver vehicles to the garage for tune-ups. Responsible for proper loading and unloading of vehicles, security of cargo and safety of passengers on transit. Also assist visitors and TDY ers at the airport when necessary.

20%

 

3. Makes daily appropriate entries on trip tickets and record in the systems through WEB PASS. Immediate preparation of accidents report and advises Motor pool supervisor of any vehicles defects.

20%

 

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

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

  1. Education:
    Completion of Primary (Standard VII) School is required.
  2. Prior Work Experience:
    Must have three years driving experience from private corporations or government agencies.
  3. Language Proficiency:
    Level III (good working knowledge) in English and Kiswahili (speaking, writing and reading) is required.
  4. Knowledge:
    Must be familiar with local traffic laws and area traffic patterns. Should have thorough knowledge of roads and streets in Dar es Salaam. Must be familiar with simple auto mechanics.
  5. Skills and Abilities:
    Must be able to learn the proper operation of the Vehicle radios. Must have local driver's license appropriate to drive all types of vehicles and motorcycles. Must have basic computer skills.

 

 


SELECTION PROCESS

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

ADDITIONAL SELECTION CRITERIA

1. Management will consider nepotism/conflict of interest, budget, and residency status in determining successful candidacy.

TO APPLY

Interested candidates for this position must submit the following for consideration of the application:

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

 

    1. 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

 

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

 

    1. 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.

 

  1. 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: September 2, 2014.

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Embassy of the United States of America

 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

 

B. POST: ASSISTANT SECURITY INVESTIGATOR

 

Closing Date of The Position: September 2, 2014

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

The US Embassy is seeking individuals for the positions of Assistant Security Investigator in the Regional Security Office.

 

BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION

Incumbent serves in the office responsible for personnel and criminal investigations. Provides advice and counsel on dealing with police personnel as well as when dealing with complex cultural governmental and protocol issues when dealing with Tanzanians from all levels of government.

 

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Performs a full range of personnel investigation-related activities to determine the suitability of the employees for local mission employment.

50%

 

Advises the Senior Security Investigator and Embassy Security Officers on potential Mission security threats, court proceedings and status of police investigations. Provides access to and maintenance of liaison relationship between the RSO and the host country police and security officials.

30%

 

Requests assistance from police in both traffic and CID divisions during investigations and for VIP events. Provides coordination for VIP visits and when arranging weapons permits for these visits. Includes VIP events and functions at the Embassy itself. Serves as head of office in absence of lead FSNI.

10%

 

Responds to and investigates emergency calls including accidents involving Mission personnel and crimes committed against Mission personnel. This includes after hours calls. This also includes writing reports, taking photographs, making sketches, and determining fact during stressful and sometimes dangerous situations.

10%

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

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

  1. Education: 
    Completion of Secondary School (Form VI) is required.
  2. Prior Work Experience: 
    A minimum of 5 years of combined Police, Military or other investigative experience.
  3. Language proficiency:
    Level IV English (fluent) and Kiswahili (speaking, writing and reading) is required.
  4. Knowledge:  
    Must understand roles and duties of all levels of Embassy staff and offices. Jobholder must have intimate knowledge of country, regions and districts politically and economically. He must have knowledge of government positions as well as tribal affiliations. Expert level subject matter knowledge of both GOT and USG procedures. Must be able to know 12 FAM-Certification.
  5. Skills and Abilities:  
    Ability to maintain extensive contacts with officials of various local agencies. Ability to exercise initiative and resourcefulness in obtaining information or evidence. Ability to draft precise reports in English and in the host country language. Drivers license, typing and computer skills required. Ability to learn to use a firearm and qualify to DS firearms standards required. Ability to possess a firearms license in Tanzania required.

 


SELECTION PROCESS

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

ADDITIONAL SELECTION CRITERIA

1. Management will consider nepotism/conflict of interest, budget, and residency status in determining successful candidacy.

TO APPLY

Interested candidates for this position must submit the following for consideration of the application:

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

 

    1. 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

 

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

 

    1. 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.

 

  1. 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: September 2, 2014.

 

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C. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY – Secretary

Closing Date of The Position: August 25, 2014

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 Secretary at the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). This is a full-time Personal Services Contract position.

BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION

As Mission Director’s; Deputy Director’s (2) & Regional Legal Officer (RLO) Secretary, the incumbent is required to assist in a wide variety of tasks to enable the Director; Deputy Director and RLO increase their capacity and effectiveness in the overall leadership responsibilities.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1) Responsible for all logistical support for the Front Office (tripling of the responsibilities in terms of the number of individuals that she supports (the integration of the 3 new positions (Deputy Mission Director; 2nd Deputy Mission Director & RLO) in the Mission Management Structure:

a) Making appointments and conferences arrangements with high-level visiting U.S.G Representatives, host-government officials, Mission staff, Embassy staff (Ambassador and/or DCM), Other USG Agencies; U.S. Government visiting officials, other development partners, and USAID Contractors. This includes scheduling the conference room if required, notifying participants, preparing or collecting background material for use during meetings/conferences. Keep the Mission Director, Deputy Directors (2), RLO and other participants informed, giving enough lead time, when they are required to participate in such meetings/conferences.

b) Maintaining the Mission Director’s, Deputy Directors (2) and RLO’s calendar: scheduling appointments without prior consultation.

c) Arranging international and in-country officials travels for the Mission Director, Deputy Directors (2) and RLO: coordinating flight bookings with Travel Agent, and preparing required documentation i.e. trip request, travel authorization and travel voucher.

d) Preparing necessary requests for repair of office equipment, office supplies (stationery) and duplication services.

e) Relaying instructions from the Mission Director, Deputy Directors (2) and RLO to staff; follow-up on staff assignments to assure that work is completed on scheduled.

f)Tracking when Administrative Assistants will be out of the office on leave and ensure office coverage.

g) Organizing public outreach official events hosted by the Mission Director, Deputy Directors (2) and RLO: prepare quest list, send invitations, RSVPs, develop menu, hire cooks and waiters, etc.

h) Dispatching of the Mission Director’s driver.

85%

 

2) Maintaining all professional files and manuals located in the Front Office. Also, responsible for preparing the Mission’s Visitor’s list on a weekly basis, and the Donor’s list on an annual basis.

10%

 

3) Any other duties as may be assigned by the Mission Director; Deputy Directors (2) and RLO.

5%

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

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

 

    1. Education: Form IV Secondary School Certificate; advance studies training in Administration/Secretarial and Computer training.

 

    1. Prior Work Experience: Minimum of three years secretarial/administrative experience is required.

 

    1. Language proficiency: Level III (Good working knowledge) English and Level IV (Fluent) Kiswahili is required.

 

    1. Knowledge: Complete familiarity with USAID Handbooks and Records management; general familiarity with relevant USAID policies, procedures and regulations.

 

  1. Skills and Abilities: Demonstrable analytical and decision-making abilities and skills to carryout assigned duties. Types (50WPM); MS Windows, Word, Excel is required. Ability to work well with American and with FSN employees of all levels; ability to work independently.

 

 


SELECTION PROCESS

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

ADDITIONAL SELECTION CRITERIA

  1. Management will consider nepotism/conflict of interest, budget, and residency status in determining successful candidacy.

TO APPLY

Interested candidates for this position must submit the following for consideration of the application:

 

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

 

    1. 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

 

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

 

    1. 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.

 

  1. 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 25, 2014

 

 Source: The Guardian.

 

MTWARA URBAN WATER AND SANITATION AUTHORITY (MTUWASA)

 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

The Mtwara Water and Sanitation Authority (MTUWASA is a legally estalished entity responsible for overall operations and management of water supply and sanitations services in Mtwara Municipality. The core function of the Authority is to deliver excellent water supply and sewerage services for all categories of customers and stakeholders in Mtwara Municipal.  In order to attain its vision and mission, MTUWASA is seeking to recruit a dynamic, experienced, competent and qualified Tanzania to fill the following vacant posts:

1.0 PLANNING AND CONSTRUCTION ENGENEER - 1 POST (Re- advertised)

1.1 Appointing Authority: Board of Directors

1.2 Employment Terms: Four Years Contract - Renewable for a maximum of three terms.

 

1.3 Remuneration:

An attractive salary and remuneration in line with the MTUWASA Scheme of Service and Salary Structure will be offered to the right candidate, having relevant qualifications, required skills and experince.

 

The successful candidate will be the head of Planning and Construction Section in Technical department. He will report to the Technical Manager.

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Head of section responsible for planning, designing and construction of water supply and sewerage network data collection.
  • Analysis, system designing and preparation of procedures for urban water supply and sewerage network.
  • To carry out technical, economic, social and financial appraisal of a proposed project and make recommendations to management.
  • To prepare master plan for urban water supply and sewerage network.
  • Shall ensure that proper construction progress records are kept and periodic progress reports are produced in each contract.
  • Performs any other duties as may be assigned by the Technical Manager From time to time.

Qualifications:

  • Holder of Degree or its equivalent in Water Resources /Civil Engineering and must be registered with Engineers Registration Board of Tanzania.
  • At least 4 years working experience of which two (2) years must be in the water sector.
  • Computer literacy, preferably in network design and drawing programmes including CAD or any other engineering application software.
  • Must have strong negotiation and analytical presentation skills.

1.4 If you possess and believe you can meet the criteria given above, please submit your hand written application letter together with the recent certified detailed curriculum vitae, indicating names and contacts of three professional referees (enclosing reference letters from 2 among 3 mentioned referees), copies of relevant qualification certificates, two recent passport size photographs, mobile phone numbers and e-mail address.

 

Applications should be addressed to the undersigned as registered mails by postal office, EMS or any other courier, so as to reach the undersigned not later than 15th September, 2014 at 16:00 hours.

 

The Chairman, MTWARA Urban Water Supply & Sanitation Authority

Industrial Area: P.O. Box 141, Mtwara

Tel: 023 2333596, Fax: 023 2333079

E-Mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Website: www.mtuwasa.go.tz

‘MTUWASA is an equal opportunity employer,’ so women are highly encouraged to apply.

 

Source: DAILY NEWS (Tuesday, August 19, 2014)


INTERNAL & EXTERNAL ADVERTISEMENT FOR TANZANIAN CITIZEN ONLY

 



Background – TANESCO http://www.tanesco.co.tz

Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO) is focusing on increasing the outreach and service quality of its Energy products for Tanzanians. Next to its current passion as a leading provider of electricity is to be more efficient, customer focused utility for Tanzania and beyond.

The Company has the largest electricity generation, transmission and distribution network in Tanzania. In order to reach its goals, the Company is investing heavily in its generation, transmission and distribution network, its business systems and human capital. TANESCO now invites applicants who are self-motivated, honest, hardworking and committed individuals to fill the under-mentioned posts.

Specific attributes for the Positions to be filled:

All Candidates must:

VACANCY NOTICE Nº  39P-2014/SG-C&P/EXTERNAL/P4

Date of Issue: 28 July 2014

Applications from women are encouraged

Functions: Head, Conference Management Service     Post Number: CF12/P4/772

Deadline for Applications (23.59 Geneva CH) : 29 September 2014
(41 day(s) until closing deadline)

Duration of Contract:  2 years, with possibility of renewal for 2 additional years  

Type of Appointment: Fixed-Term Appointment     Duty Station:  Geneva, Switzerland

Grade: P4
 
Organ:
The General Secretariat directs all the administrative and financial aspects of the Union's activities, including the implementation of the provisions of the administrative regulations on operational questions, the dissemination of information on telecommunication matters for operational and other purposes, the provision of legal advice to the Bureaux of the Union and the departments of the General Secretariat, logistic support to the Union's activities including conferences, the coordination of the work of the Union with other international organizations, the dissemination of information to the Member States and Sector Members, press, corporate and individual users of telecommunications and the general public. The General Secretariat is also responsible for the organization of world telecommunication exhibitions and forums.

Organization Unit:
The Conferences and Publications Department is responsible for ensuring communication between people involved in ITU activities and for the dissemination of ITU products, through its conference services (conference organization and logistics), language services (translation and interpretation in the six official languages, précis-writing, terminology and reference services) and documentation and publications services (text capture and text processing, electronic document management, publication composition, reproduction and distribution of paper and physical electronic products, and sales and marketing).

Duties / Responsibilities
Under the supervision of the Chief of the Department of Conferences and Publications, the incumbent performs the following duties :

Supervises the personnel responsible for practical organization and logistics, interpretation services, conference and meeting room services and ensures liaison with the other conference services of the Union.
Plans, leads and oversees the activities related to Headquarters and regional conferences and meetings services and provides solutions for the delivery of timely and effective conference planning, execution and follow-up.
Coordinates material preparation for conferences and meetings of the Bureau of the Union, taking into account the guidelines provided by the Director of the sector concerned during the preparation of conferences and meetings; in collaboration with the Head, Administration Office, assists the Bureaux concerned in all administrative areas during the conferences and meetings.
Is responsible for the organization and the administrative management of the conferences and meetings of the Union organized by the General Secretariat and support Bureaux for their conferences and meetings. Provides as needed, useful information to the participants of conferences and meetings.
Provides advice and support in venue selection, timing, consolidation, and negotiation of Host country agreements for conferences and meetings outside headquarters and advises on how to enhance visibility and impact in accordance with Bureaux/ITU objectives.
Provides specialist advice to the Chief of the Conferences and Publications Department, the General Secretariat and all other Bureaux of ITU on matters related to conferences, meetings and interpretation services.
Oversees the strategic and administrative management of both the conference and interpretation services during conferences and meetings; supervises the delivery of the conference services as scheduled; orders the preparation of statistics and produces reports on these services; takes ad hoc decisions when the circumstances so require; develops operational procedures, practices and systems as well as effective working relationships with central service areas and sectors to support the delivery of multi-focused services, develop collaborative approaches and resolve related problems.
Keeps abreast of new developments and best practices and provides advice and/or develops recommendations and or new procedures to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of conference and meetings service delivery.
Participates and represents C&P in meetings (internally and externally) dealing with items within the scope of his/her responsibilities.
Performs other related duties as assigned by the Chief of the Department of Conferences and Publications
Qualifications required

Education:
Advanced university degree in public or business management, conference management, international relations or a related field OR education in a reputed college of advanced education with a diploma of equivalent standard to that of an advanced university degree in one of the fields above. For internal candidates, a first university degree in one of the fields above in combination with ten years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of an advanced university degree for promotion or rotation purposes.

Experience:
At least seven years of progressively responsible experience in conference management, including at least three at the international level. A Doctorate in a related field can be considered as a substitute for three years of working experience.

Languages:
Knowledge of one of the six official languages of the Union (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, Spanish) at advanced level and knowledge of a second official language at intermediate level. Knowledge of a third official language would be an advantage. (Under the provisions of Resolution No. 626 of the Council, a relaxation of the language requirements may be authorized in the case of candidates from developing countries: when candidates from such countries possess a thorough knowledge of one of the official languages of the Union, their applications may be taken into consideration.)

Competencies:
 In-depth knowledge of event management skills: plan, develop, negotiate and ensure financial and other contract compliance requirements.
 Ability to meet critical deadlines in a fast paced, results-oriented environment.

Excellent negotiating skills.
Ability to develop and maintain good working relations with officials at all levels in the administrations, national and international organizations, interacting and cooperating effectively with individuals in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity.

Willingness to travel and to adapt to irregular and constantly changing working hours during conferences.

Excellent drafting, communication, presentation and negotiation skills.
Ability to innovate and streamline administrative and professional routines for improved workflow and efficiency.

Excellent planning and decision-making skills.
Familiarity with administrative and technical issues of conference services in the UN System.

Remuneration


Annual Salary: (Net of Tax)
140,698.- USD - 182,323.- USD without dependants
151,091.- USD - 197,112.- USD with dependants

Source: The Guardian.

A. INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION UNION


VACANCY NOTICE Nº  33D-2014/BDT-IEE/EXTERNAL/D1

Date of Issue: 17 July 2014

Applications from women are encouraged

1. Functions: Chief, Department of Infrastructure, Enabling Environment and E-
Applications Post Number: TD3/D1/925

Deadline for Applications (23.59 Geneva CH) : 27 August 2014
(8 day(s) until closing deadline)
    
Duration of Contract:  2 years with possibility of renewal for 2 additional years  

Type of Appointment: Fixed-Term Appointment     Duty Station:  Geneva, Switzerland
Grade: D1
 
Organ:
The Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT) is responsible for the organization and coordination of the work of the Telecommunication Development Sector of the Union (the Union has three functional sectors: Standardization, Radiocommunication and Development) which deals mainly with development policies, strategies, programming, as well as technical cooperation activities (expert missions, training programmes, field projects, seminars, etc.).

Organization Unit:
Within the Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT) of the ITU and in close collaboration with the Deputy to the Director and the ITU Regional Offices, the Infrastructure, Enabling Environment and E-Applications Department (IEE) is responsible for assisting ITU Member States and ITU-D Sector Members with the utilization of appropriate technologies to build or extend their telecommunication infrastructure and adapt to the rapidly changing telecommunication/ICT environment. This includes the provision of guidelines and tools for the development of policy and regulatory frameworks, financing policies and strategies, development of telecommunication networks, the use of reliable and cost-effective ICT applications, cybersecurity, broadcasting and spectrum management. The Department is also responsible for promoting access to, as well as use and knowledge of, telecommunications and ICTs for groups which have been marginalized in their access to current mainstream information communications technology services, including women and girls, children and youth, indigenous people, persons with disabilities and people living in remote communities. The Department is also responsible for making contribution to and following-up the work of ITU-D Study Groups for issues related to the responsibilities of the Department.

 Duties / Responsibilities
Under the supervision of the Director of the Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT) and in coordination with the Deputy to the Director, the Chief of the Department of Infrastructure, Enabling Environment and E-Applications is responsible for planning, organizing and directing the work of the Department for the successful implementation of its various programmes and activities. To this end the incumbent performs the following duties:
Plans, develops, manages and delivers a highly specialized advisory service to build increased institutional and organizational capacity in developing countries relating to the development and implementation of ICT regulatory frameworks consistent with national economies and the market environment, access to and use of the ICT Applications and related cybersecurity as well as the capacity to generate and maintain relevant market information and statistics for effective planning and development.

Directs the development of the supporting operational and policy framework including policies and procedures, systems, databases, training guides, tool kits, and other materials as well as a comprehensive array of best practices and regulatory/market based socio-economic, financial models.
Works with the Regions to identify regional and country specific ICT issues, priorities, and relevant socio-economic issues for the development of strategies and plans to assist developing countries in addressing their ICT related issues.

Provides technical guidance and expertise to ITU Member States and ITU-D Sector Members to assist them in maximizing utilization of new technologies in the development and expansion of their information and communication infrastructure, such as transition from traditional circuit-switching to the Next Generation Network as well as transition from Analogue to the Digital Broadcasting.

Plans and directs the development of project proposals and related plans and initiatives to promote access to, as well as use and knowledge of, telecommunications and ICTs for groups which have been marginalized in their access to current mainstream information communications technology services, including women and girls, children and youth, indigenous people, persons with disabilities and people living in remote communities.
As a member of the BDT Management Committee, provides guidance to the Director of the BDT on issues affecting the Development Sector.
Provides content and administrative support to the work of ITU-D Study Groups.
Represents BDT and ITU in international fora, conferences and meetings.
Performs other duties such as providing content support to BDT major conferences and meetings, collaborating with the other BDT Departments/ITU sectors and advisory groups as well as preparing a variety of reports and other documents.

Qualifications required


Education:
Advanced university degree in business or public administration/management, international development, economics or telecommunications or a related field OR education in a reputed college of advanced education with a diploma of equivalent standard to that of an advanced university degree in one of the fields above. For internal candidates, a first university degree in one of the fields above in combination with twenty years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of an advanced university degree for promotion or rotation purposes.

Experience:
At least fifteen years of progressively responsible experience in managing development programmes or related work with a telecommunication/ICT Administration/ organization/regulator, including at least seven at the international level. A Doctorate in a related field can be considered as a substitute for three years of working experience.

Languages:
Knowledge of one of the six official languages of the Union (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, Spanish) at advanced level and knowledge of a second official language at intermediate level. Knowledge of a third official language would be an advantage. (Under the provisions of Resolution No. 626 of the Council, a relaxation of the language requirements may be authorized in the case of candidates from developing countries: when candidates from such countries possess a thorough knowledge of one of the official languages of the Union, their applications may be taken into consideration.)

Competencies:
Capacity to comprehend and clearly articulate telecommunications and ICT development needs, having carefully considered socio-economic and other pertinent regional factors. Ability to plan strategically, direct and operate within a results-based management framework and quality management concepts.
Ability to translate strategy into action and achieve positive results. Ability to identify clients' needs, propose appropriate solutions, build strong relationships with clients, donors and representatives, focusing on impact and results for the client and responding positively to feedback.
Ability to display a high level of respect, diplomacy and tact when dealing with government officials, donors and other stakeholders. Excellent interpersonal skills, able to establish and maintain effective partnerships and working relations with officials at the highest level, including host government representatives and colleagues, in a multicultural, multi-ethnic environment.

Strong management skills and excellent leadership with a proven record of building and managing teams and creating an enabling work environment, including the ability to effectively lead, develop, mentor, coach and evaluate staff.

Ability to take initiatives, aptitude for setting strategic orientations and priorities, planning and coaching a team to maximize production and achieve set objectives.
    
B. INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION UNION

ITU is the leading United Nations agency for information and communication technologies, with the mission to connect the world. To achieve this, ITU manages the radio-frequency spectrum and satellite orbits at the international level, works to improve communication infrastructure in the developing world, and establishes global standards that foster seamless interconnection of a vast range of communication systems. ITU also organizes global Telecom events bringing together the most influential representatives of government and the private sector to exchange ideas and knowledge for the benefit of all.
 

VACANCY NOTICE Nº  34P-2014/BR-TSD/EXTERNAL/P5


Date of Issue: 27 June 2014

Currently accepting applications     

Applications from women are encouraged

2. Functions: Head, Broadcasting Services Division Post Number: R42/P5/538

Deadline for Applications (23.59 Geneva CH) : 27 August 2014
(8 day(s) until closing deadline)

Duration of Contract:  2 years with possibility of renewal for 2 additional years  

Type of Appointment: Fixed-Term Appointment     Duty Station:  Geneva, Switzerland
Grade: P5
 
Organ:
The Radiocommunication Bureau (BR) is responsible for the application of the Radio Regulations and for technical and administrative support of ITU World and Regional Radiocommunication Conferences, Radiocommunication Assemblies and Study Groups. The Bureau also carries out the international regulatory processes for registration of frequency assignments and satellite orbits and assists administrations in their coordination and implementation of frequency spectrum and orbit requirements as well as in resolving cases of harmful interference. It provides the specialised technical secretariat for the work of the Radiocommunication Study Groups and the Radiocommunication Assembly in the development of recommendations for spectrum utilisation and radio system characteristics. The BR is organised into four Departments: Space Services Department, Terrestrial Services Department, Informatics, Administration and Publications Department and the Study Groups Department.

Organization Unit:
Within the Radiocommunication Bureau, the Terrestrial Services Department (TSD) comprises three Divisions: Broadcasting Services Division (BCD), Fixed and Mobile Services Division (FMD), Terrestrial Publication and Registration Division (TPR). The Department is responsible for the application of the ITU Radio Regulations through the processing of frequency assignments notified by ITU Member States for terrestrial services both from a regulatory and technical point of view. In addition, the Department is responsible for the application of procedures associated with World and Regional Plans. It also provides assistance to ITU Member States on frequency selection and the treatment of cases of harmful interference. It is responsible for the application of operational and administrative provisions of the Radio Regulations, including safety of life aspects of the Aeronautical and Maritime Services. The Department edits and publishes all Terrestrial data publications. TSD also carries out studies and other activities for the preparation of World and Regional Radiocommunication Conferences.


 Duties / Responsibilities
Under the direction of the Chief of the Terrestrial Services Department (TSD), the incumbent is responsible for the organization and management of the work of the Broadcasting Services Division (BCD), and carries out the following activities:
Directs and coordinates the activities of BCD with respect to studies required for implementation of the basic instruments of the Union (Constitution, Convention, Radio Regulations), as well as Regional and other agreements.
Directs and coordinates activities of BCD with respect to application of the provisions of the Radio Regulations and Regional agreements relating to BR responsibilities in the statutory procedures for coordination of use of the frequency spectrum, the modification of frequency plans and the relevant examination of frequency assignments with a view to ensuring their formal international recognition.
Coordinates the studies in relation to the establishment of Rules of Procedure within the purview of the Division.
Coordinates the review of contributions to Study Groups within the purview of the Division and participates in the relevant Study Group meetings.
With respect to World and Regional Radiocommunication Conferences: provides technical assistance in preparation for conferences and, participates in the technical secretariat of the conference, as well as in the post-conference work resulting from the decisions of the conferences.
Prepares the user requirements for computerization and participates in the development and improvement of the related systems.
Participates in BR seminars and when required, gives lectures in these and other seminars, conducts training programmes for officials from administrations and briefs experts in frequency management; participates in a similar way in seminars organized by administrations.
When required, represents the BR at conferences and meetings.
Undertakes additional duties relating to the responsibilities of the Radiocommunication Bureau.

Qualifications required


Education:
Advanced university degree in telecommunication engineering or engineering which includes a branch of telecommunications, with some specialization in radiocommunication or a related field OR education in a reputed college of advanced education with a diploma of equivalent standard to that of an advanced university degree in one of the fields above. For internal candidates, a first university degree in one of the fields above in combination with fifteen years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of an advanced university degree for promotion or rotation purposes.

Experience:
At least ten years of progressively responsible experience in the operation of a radiocommunication service or of a spectrum management service with increasing managerial responsibilities, including at least five at the international level and extensive experience in the application of the Radio Regulations. A Doctorate in a related field can be considered as a substitute for three years of working experience.

Languages:
Knowledge of one of the six official languages of the Union (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, Spanish) at advanced level and knowledge of a second official language at intermediate level. Knowledge of a third official language would be an advantage. (Under the provisions of Resolution No. 626 of the Council, a relaxation of the language requirements may be authorized in the case of candidates from developing countries: when candidates from such countries possess a thorough knowledge of one of the official languages of the Union, their applications may be taken into consideration.)

Competencies:
Comprehensive understanding of ITU, the radiocommunications field, and the mandate of the BCD Division involving the various technical processing and regulatory functions, the Radio Regulations, and the various Regional Agreements to provide assistance to Administrations on the international management of the Radio Frequency Spectrum and to provide critical expertise in the resolution of complaints of harmful interference.
Advanced communication and interpersonal skills to provide technical/regulatory advice and assistance to Member States around the world.


Effective management skills to supervise various teams involved in the delivery of a variety of technical data processing and advisory services.
Ability to organize work in a team, dynamism, spirit of initiative and strong motivation.

Knowledge of processing technical data and other information using a variety of software and database systems.


 VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT


On behalf of the Tanzania Automotive Technology Centre (TATC), The Government Procurement Services Agency (GPSA), The Tanzania Buildings Agency (TBA), The Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation (TBC), Institute of Finance Management (IFM), Mineral Resources Institute (MRI), Ocean Road Cancer Institute (ORCI), The Institute of Judicial Administration (IJA), Ministry of Minerals and Energy and Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH), Public Service Recruitment Secretariat invites qualified Tanzanians to fill 254 vacant posts in the above public institutions.

NB: GENERAL CONDITIONS
i. All applicants must be Citizens of Tanzania and not above 45 years old, however, should also observe the age limit for each position where indicated.
ii. Applicants must attach an up-to-date current Curriculum Vitae (CV) having reliable contact postal address, e-mail address and telephone numbers.
iii. Applicants should apply on the strength of the information given in this advertisement.
iv. The title of the position and institution applied for should be written in the subject of the application letter and marked on the envelope; short of which will make the application invalid.
v. Applicants must attach their detailed relevant certified copies of Academic certificates:
- Postgraduate/Degree/Advanced Diploma/Diploma/Certificates.
- Postgraduate/Degree/Advanced Diploma/Diploma transcripts.
- Form IV and Form VI National Examination Certificates.
- Computer Certificate
- Professional certificates from respective boards



- One recent passport size picture and birth certificate.
vi.FORM IV AND FORM VI RESULTS SLIPS ARE STRICTLY NOT ACCEPTED
vii. Testimonials, Partial transcripts and results slips will not be accepted.
viii. Presentation of forged academic certificates and other information in the CV will necessitate to legal action
ix. Applicants for senior positions currently employed in the public service should route their application letters through their respective employers.
x. Applicants for entry levels currently employed in the Public Service should not apply, they have to adhere to Government Circular Na. CAC. 45/257/01/D/140 dated 30th November 2010.
xi. Applicants who have/were retired from the Public Service for whatever reason should not apply.
xii. Applicants should indicate three reputable referees with their reliable contacts.
xiii. Certificates from foreign Universities should be verified by Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU)
xiv. Dead line for application is 19th August, 2014 at 3:30 p.m
xv. Applicants with special needs/case (disability) are supposed to indicate
xvi. Women are highly encouraged to apply
xvii. Only short listed candidates will be informed on a date for interview
xviii. Application letters should be written in Swahili or English
xix.APPLICATION LETTERS SHOULD BE POSTED TO THE FOLLOWING ADDRESS. HAND DELIVERY IS NOT ACCEPTABLE:

Secretary OR Katibu
Public Service Recruitment Sekretarieti ya Ajira katika Secretariat, Utumishi wa Umma
P. O. Box 63100 S. L. P 63100,
DAR ES SALAAM. DAR ES SALAAM. 3


1.0 TANZANIA AUTOMOTIVE TECHOLOGY CENTRE (NYUMBU)

Tanzania Automotive Technology Centre (TATC), synonymously known as “Shirika la Nyumbu”, was formally established on 14th December, 1985 through a Presidential Order, made under the Public Corporations Act 1969, as repealed and replaced by the Public Corporations Act 1992 and amended under the Public Corporations (Amendment) Act 1993. TATC mission is to develop a reputable capacity for automotive engineering by conducting research and innovation, technology transfer and quality assurance services.
TATC is wholly owned by the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania through the Treasury Registrar, with the Ministry of Defense and National Service (MoDNS) as custodian on behalf of the government.
TATC now seeks to recruit intelligent and result – oriented Tanzanians with high integrity to fill the following vacancies:-


1.1 ASSISTANT FITTER TURNER I – 1 POST

1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Operation of gear hobber, bevel gear generator, gear shaper.
• Operates sophisticated machine tools such as CNC machines under supervision
• Design and supervises the manufacture of simple fixtures, jigs and tools for the job in hand.
• Do simple calculations required for setting up gear machines, differential indexing head, screw cutting and taper turning

1.2.1 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Form IV education with Trade Test Grade I in Fitter/Turner.

1.3 FITTER MECHANICS III - 1 POST
1.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Do major breakdown repair of plants and equipment in the factory.
• Recondition power plants and machine tools.
• Retrofit and refurbish engines, compressors, pumps, vehicles and other mechanical equipment.

1.3.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Form IV education with Trade Test grade I, with at least three years working experience as Fitter Mechanics in a reputable organization.


1.4 OFFICE ASSISTANT I - 1 POST
1.4.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• General cleaning offices, toilets, paths, walls, roofs, and paraments
• Mop floors, cut grasses and trim flowers
• Clean office furniture and equipment
• Executive minor land scarping around buildings and play grounds.
• Carry files from one office to another
• Any other duties as may be assigned

1.4.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• National Form IV Examination with pass in Kiswahili and English language

2.0 THE GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT SERVICES AGENCY (GPSA)

The Government Procurement Services Agency (GPSA) was established under the Executive Agency Act CAP 245 R.E 2009 and came into effect through Government Notice (GN). No. 235 of 7th December 2007 and its amendments through Government Notice No. 133 of 13th, April, 2012
The Chief Executive Officer of Government Procurement Services Agency announces vacancy posts in different area of specialization. Any Tanzanian with minimum qualifications mentioned hereunder is encouraged to apply.
2.1 REGIONAL MANAGER - 4 POSTS
2.1.1 DUTY STATION: Kagera, Shinyanga, Tabora and Mtwara

2.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Manage all GPSA Properties in the Region;
• Prepare Plan and Report as per GPSA Financial and operational Manuals;
• Provide Procurement Professional Assistance;
• Facilitate on availability of adequate supplies;
• Represent the Chief Executive at all Regional meetings that require the input of the Chief Executive;
• Conduct review of stocks levels at regional level and report accordingly;
• Coordinate proper receipt and issue of unallocated stores to MDAS/LGA;
• Carry out stock taking, test-check of unallocated stores and prepare Combined Depot Transfer Vouchers for goods to be transferred;
• Plan, organize and supervise, repair and maintenance of ICT equipment.
• Make follow up and ensure availability of internet services.
• Facilitate collections of pes requirement in the region;
• Supervise tendering process for common use items and services;
•Collect copy of call off orders from pes and submit the report to the headquarters
• Perform any other related duties as may be assigned.

2.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor Degree/Advanced Diploma either in Procurement, Logistics, Operations Management, and Business Administration/Commerce with bias in Procurement from recognized institution. Masters or Postgraduate Diploma in similar fields will be an added advantage;
• Must be registered with NBMM or PSPTB;
• Must possess CSP/CPSP or equivalent qualifications;
• Should have at least 7 years relevant working experience in public service; and
• Must be computer literate.

2.1.4 SALARY SCALE: GPSA 9

2.2 MARKETING AND SALES MANAGER -1 POST


2.2.1 DUTY STATION: Dar es Salaam

2.2.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Analyze marketing trends and identify market opportunities and threats of the Agency;
• Supervise all matters pertaining to Marketing functions of the agency;
• Prepare sales/service forecasts, monitor and evaluate business performance;
• Prepare and implement GPSA marketing and promotion strategy and undertake regular review of the same;
• Visit potential customers for marketing purposes and assess required demand
• Prepare customer requirements report;
• Coordinate customer care on issues pertaining to the Agency;
• Prepare quarterly and annual marketing report of the Agency;
• Supervise marketing and promotion activities in the Agency;
• Conduct researches and surveys nationally and internationally on marketing and procurement matters;
• Write research reports, publications and submit to ICT section for loading updated information to GPSA website;
• Make supervision of Research and Documentation in the agency;
• Be custodian of various documents, literature, and reference materials relating to procurement practice, activities and knowledge within and outside the country;
• Manage and document procurement related data collected and generated by the Agency;



•Disseminate research information to stakeholders;
• Maintain a register of suppliers and service providers for common use items and services;
• Compile and keep records of a list of common use items and services;
• Maintain a database for CUIS specifications and statements of requirements; and
• Perform any other related duties as may be assigned.

2.2.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor Degree/Advanced Diploma either in Commerce with bias in marketing or entrepreneurship, Business Administration with bias in marketing from recognized institution.
• Masters or Postgraduate Diploma in similar fields will be an added advantage;
• Should have at least 5 years relevant working experience in public service; and
• Must be computer literate.

2.2.4 SALARY SCALE: GPSA 9

2.3 ESTATE MANAGER - 1 POST
2.3.1 DUTY STATION: Dar es Salaam
2.3.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Advise the Director of Business Support Services in matters related to construction and engineering works;
• Coordinate all construction sites, repair of building and other engineering works
• Ensure preparation of bills of quantities;
• Provide technical specification of all engineering works;
• Prepare engineering estimate to works
• Liaise with contractors during construction works;
• Supervise all engineering project;
• Provide technical advice in engineering works to the Agency, and
• Perform other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.

2.3.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor Degree/ Advanced Diploma either in Civil, Structure Engineering, Quantity Survey, and Architecture from recognized institution. Masters Degree in similar fields will be an added advantage;
• Must be registered with relevant professional Board;
• Should have at least 7 years relevant working experience in reputable organization; and
• Must be computer literate.
 


2.3.4 SALARY SCALE: GPSA 9

2.4 CLEARING AND FORWARDING MANAGER -1 POST
2.4.1 DUTY STATION: Dar es Salaam
2.4.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Manage and handle all clearing activities for Government imported goods;
• Supervise, plan, coordinate and control mode of transport of Imported goods;
• Liaise with other relevant clearing authorities;
• Plan, coordinate supervise cost for clearing and forwarding activities;
• Workout the relevant costs pertaining to a particular consignment;
• Organize and arrange transport and relevant handling equipment for clearing and forwarding goods;
• Monitor, supervise, inspect, clear goods and store from Port and Airport;
• Verify incoming consignment from port/airport and do daily physical follow-up rejected documents;
• Supervise perpetual stock checking, design location Index in warehouse and manage physical verification of imported goods; and
• Perform other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.

2.4.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor Degree in Freight Clearing and Forwarding from recognized institution.
• Masters Degree in similar field will be an added advantage
• Should have at least 7 years relevant working experience in similar field; and
• Must be computer literate.

2.4.4 SALARY: GPSA 9

2.5 ADMINISTRATION AND HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER- 1 POST
2.5.1 DUTY STATION: Dar es Salaam
2.5.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Advise on matters related human resources and administration matters;
• Develop and interpret appropriate policies, rules, regulations and other directives related to human resources and administrative systems;
• Develop and carry out periodic review of the organization structure; job description, compensation structure and scheme of service;
• Create a conducive working environment and maintain oversight of staff competence, motivation, integrity, accountability and productivity;
 


• Guide and supervise on the implementation of performance management system, staff development plan and succession planning;
• Ensure control and proper utilization of agency’s physical and human resources;
• Facilitate staff recruitment, employment, orientation and promotion;
• Maintain and update employment and staff records;
• Prepare budget for personal emoluments;
• Advice on disciplinary matters; and
• Perform other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.

2.5.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor Degree/Advanced Diploma either in Human Resources, Public Administration, and Business Administration/Management/Commerce with bias in Human Resources, Sociology or Laws from recognized institution. Masters Degree in similar fields will be an added advantage;
• Should have at least 7 years relevant working experience in public service; and
• Must be computer literate.

2.5.4 SALARY SCALE: GPSA 9

2.6 INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY (ICT) MANAGER - 1 POST
2.6.1 DUTY STATION: Dar es Salaam
2.6.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Provide professional advice in the area of ICT business competence to the Agency;
• Perform systems administration functions for the Agency’s Servers, pcs and network devices including administering system-level security procedures;
• Establish and maintain users accounts which shall include assigning file and system permissions and establish password and accounts policies and applications;
• Install, upgrade, configure, test, maintain and support operating system software and software packages;
• Plan and perform automated and manual backup and restoral procedures of the systems;
• Undertake planning, development and maintenance of computer applications.
• Establish the needs of users;
• Plan and design data flows for a new or revised computer applications;
• Write documentation for all computer applications including data standards, procedures and definitions for the data dictionary ('metadata');



• Control access permissions and privileges;
• Monitor the network, servers and communications systems and troubleshoot problems in order to maintain the highest level of availability.
• Fine-tune hardware and software to optimize network performance.
• Provide user support, conduct user software and hardware training and works with Agency’s staff to formulate technology solutions and ensure the effective safeguarding and sharing of data;
• Communicate regularly with technical staff and users to ensure database integrity and security;
• Evaluate requests for hardware and software and assist in drafting specifications for hardware or software; and
• Perform any other related duties as may be assigned.

2.6.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor Degree/ Advanced Diploma either in Computer Science, Information Technology/Systems or Computer Engineering from recognized institution. Should have at least 7 years relevant working experience in reputable organization;
• Masters degree in similar fields, Possession of Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA) or Cisco Certified Network Administrator (CNA) will be an added advantage.

2.6.4 SALARY SCALE: GPSA 9

2.7 COMPUTER SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR II -1 POST
2.7.1 DUTY STATION: Dar es Salaam
2.7.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Compile and document systems and user requirements for the Agency
• Design, program, debug and test applications to meet systems and functional requirement specifications;
• Troubleshoot all problems related to software and resolve them or recommend solutions;
• Provide support to end users;
• Configure desktop computers, servers and network devices to their optimal performance levels;
• Design and implement networks (LAN and WAN) and associated services for the Agency;
• Update Agency website and assist in carrying out programming for special computer package;
• Perform regular back up of system files, data files and user files;



• Perform routine preventive maintenances of all IT equipment and maintain updated inventory of IT assets; and
• Perform other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.

2.7.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor Degree or Advanced Diploma either in Computer Science, Information Systems/ Technology or Computer Engineering from recognized institution.

2.7.4 SALARY SCALE: GPSA 4

2.8 SUPPLIES ASSISTANT - 20 POSTS
2.8.1 DUTY STATION: Geita, Simiyu, Njombe, Ruvuma, Manyara, Pwani, Morogoro, Lindi, Mtwara, Rukwa, Shinyanga, Singida, Tabora, Mwanza, Tanga, Dodoma, Mara, Mbeya, Dar es Salaam.

2.8.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Assist in attending enquiries from bidders and suppliers.
• Prepare and keep tally cards for each item.
• Check and prepare statements of requirements.
• Receive procured goods;
• Prepare issue vouchers and draft Indents
• Assist evaluating routine, simple and low value procurement;
• Conduct daily stock check;
• Issue goods to customers
• Arrange stores in bins and location.
• Participate in stock-taking/check lists and keep records
• Perform other duties as may be assigned by ones reporting off.

2.8.3 QUALIFICATIONS
• Holder of Diploma in Materials Management, Business Administration with bias in Supplies or completion of part II of NBMM/PSPTB Professional course or equivalent qualifications and must be computer literate.

2.9 CLEARING AND FORWARDING OFFICER II - 2 POSTS
2.9.1 DUTY STATION: Dar es Salaam
2.9.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Clear goods from Port and Airport;
• Inspect and verify imported goods;
• Hand over cleared goods to warehouse in charge;  


• Liaise with relevant clearing authorities on matters related to clearing and forwarding activities
• Arrange transport and relevant handling equipment for clearing and forwarding goods
• Perform other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.

2.9.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor Degree in Freight Clearing and Forwarding from recognized institution.
• Must be computer literate.

2.9.4 SALARY SCALE: GPSA 4

2.10 CLEARING AND FORWARDING ASSISTANT - 2 POSTS
2.10.1 DUTY STATION: Dar es Salaam
2.10.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Assist in clearing goods from port, airport and borders
• Verify incoming consignment from port/airport;
• Do daily physical follow-up rejected documents;
• Carry out perpetual stock checking;
• Design location index in warehouse;
• Keep stores ledger in good condition;;
• Hand over cleared goods to distribution and warehousing staff;
• Keep records of cleared goods; and
• Perform other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer

2.10.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Diploma in Freight Clearing and Forwarding recognized institution.
• Must be computer literate.

2.10.4 SALARY SCALE: GPSA 3

2.11 SALES AND MARKETING OFFICER II - 1 POST
2.11.1 DUTY STATION: Dar es Salaam
2.11.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Conduct business promotion;
• Prepare various reports pertaining to sales and market status.
• Visit potential customers for marketing purpose
• Assist in design, implement, and facilitate annual marketing plan for the agency.
• Support and facilitate development and implementation of section marketing plans.



• Assist plan and administer the marketing operations budget;
• Assist develop and administer marketing database which includes client and prospect information, mailing list applications, access to financial reports;
• Perform other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer

2.11.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor Degree /Advanced Diploma in Commerce with bias in marketing or entrepreneurship, Business Administration with bias in marketing from recognized institution. Must be computer literate

2.11.4 SALARY SCALE: GPSA 4

2.12 PERSONAL SECRETARY III - 4 POSTS
2.12.1 DUTY STATION: Kilimanjaro, Lindi, Morogoro and Singida
2.12.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Type letters, reports and documents;
• Receive visitors, screen and direct them to relevant officers;
• Keep in safe custody reports and other records of events;
• Keep and make appointments and remind the respective officer accordingly;
• Search for files, documents and other information;
• Receive and deliver directives to the respective officers;
• Receive files, distribute them to action officers;
• Prepare a list of office supplies and make follow up to ensure their availability; and
• Perform other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.

2.12.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Form IV secondary school certificate plus secretarial certificate level III with minimum typing speed of 50 wpm; must be conversant with e-mail and internet service; MS Office Word, Excel, Data base, publisher, Power Point and other computer application services. Should have at least 1 year relevant working experience in public service and must be fluent in Kiswahili and English languages.

2.12.4 SALARY SCALE: GPSA 2

2.13 RECORD MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT II - 2 POSTS
2.13.1 DUTY STATION: Dar es Salaam and Dodoma.
2.13.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Keep and maintain an up to date file index;



• Receive incoming letters, record, put them in proper files and send them to action officers;
• Record and dispatch outgoing mails and conduct daily file marking;
• Sort/classify incoming mails according to subject matter.
• Keeps confidential files and documents relating to heads office under key and lock;
• Keep file records and control movement of files;
• Handle all files and documents in the registry;
• Search files;
• Arrange files in racks ensure their safe custody; and
• Perform other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.

2.13.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Form VI secondary school education certificate plus certificate in Records Management or equivalent qualifications and must be computer literate.

2.13.4 SALARY SCALE: GPSA 2

2.14 RECEPTIONIST- 2 POSTS
2.14.1 DUTY STATION: Dar es Salaam
2.14.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Offer services at the front office and Switchboard;
• Attend all incoming telephone calls and direct them to the appropriate officials;
• Receive incoming mails and submit them to the Secretary in charge or Registry;
• Maintain register of incoming visitors;
• Organize appropriately the front office;
• Arrange appointment of visitors ;
• Establish and maintain register of various events involving external stakeholders;
• Establish and maintain incoming and outgoing calls register;
• Receive and connect telephone calls from within and outside the office;
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer

2.14.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

• Form IV secondary school certificate with passes in English and Kiswahili. Should possess a certificate in Receptionist and Telephone Operator from recognized institute or equivalent qualification and must be fluent in Kiswahili and English languages

2.14.4 SALARY SCALE: GPSA 2

2.15 SECURITY GUARDS - 25 POSTS
2.15.1 DUTY STATION: Njombe-2, Geita-2, Simiyu-2, Katavi-2, Mtwara-2, Lindi, Manyara, Mara, Kagera, Kigoma, Pwani, Dodoma, Kilimanjaro, Mwanza, Ruvuma, Singida, Shinyanga, Dar es Salaam-3

2.15.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Guard the Agency’s properties, staff and surroundings;
• Monitor and control all properties entering and going out of the Agency;
• Make sure that all Agency properties which go outside the office have been authorized by proper authority and report any problem which may occur;
• Check and make sure that all doors and windows are properly closed after office hours;
• Keep the registers of visitors, outgoing and incoming items; and
• Perform other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer

2.15.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Form IV/VI Secondary Education certificate and a certificate of Army, National Service, Police or Militia training.
2.15.4 SALARY SCALE: GPSA 2

3.0 TANZANIA BUILDINGS AGENCY (TBA)
• The Tanzania Buildings Agency is a Government Executive Agency established under the Executive Agencies Act No. 30 of 1997 (as amended by the Executive Agencies (Amendments) Act 2009) to deal with Building Consultancy as well as Real Estate Development and Management Services for the Government and public servants. The Agency has the following vacancies in its establishment to be filled immediately.

• The Agency hereby invites applications from competent and experienced personnel to enhance its human resource capacity and fill the vacancies whose detailed information appears herein:-

3.1 SENIOR ENGINEER (ENVIRONMENTAL) – 1 POST
3.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

• Undertake feasibility study in collaboration with other experts in all fields related to buildings.
• Prepare design proposals and briefs of various projects and supervise design works done by junior environmental engineers.
• Supervise the implementation of design works (at site) to its completion stage.
• Understand and apply current legislation (policies, acts, regulations, codes, manuals e.t.c) regarding health and safety and environment in building project design work.
• Prepare bills of quantities and costs estimates for all environmental engineering projects.
• Give inputs and assist in the preparation process of tender and contract documents.
• Prepare, monitor and control the implementation of project work programs and budgets.
• Participate in technical audits tasks/ assignments related to building projects.
• Carry out conditional surveys for existing structures and prepare reports for environmental engineering systems/ works.
• Review and approve building projects design data collected by junior environmental engineers before they are used in the design work.
• Scrutinize design drawings, reports and documents submitted by other environmental engineering firms to ensure that standards and specifications are adhered to.

•Identify needs and coordinate environmental and social impact assessment.
• Advice on all matters related to environmental management in accordance to environmental policy and environmental law of Tanzania.
• Undertake project and contract management tasks.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.

3.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Masters degree in Environmental Science and Management from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Must have at least five years experience in building sector.
• Should be registered as Professional Engineer by the Engineers Registration Board (ERB) or as Environmental experts by National Environmental Management Council (NEMC).
• Computer literacy will be an added advantage.

3.1.3 REMUNERATION:

•According to Government pay scale TGS G and other fringe benefits.

3.2 SENIOR ENGINEER (ELECTRICAL) - 1 POST
3.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Undertake feasibility study in collaboration with other experts in all fields related to buildings.
• Prepare design proposals and briefs of various projects and supervise design works done by junior electrical and fire alarm systems engineers.
• Supervise the implementation of design works (at site) to its completion stage.
• Understand and apply current legislation (policies, acts, regulations, codes, manuals e.t.c) regarding electrical and fire alarm systems in building project design work.
• Prepare bills of quantities and costs estimates for all electrical and fire alarm system engineering projects.
• Give inputs and assist in the preparation process of tender and contract documents.
• Prepare, monitor and control the implementation of project work programs and budgets.
• Participate in technical audits tasks/assignments related to building projects.
• Carry out conditional surveys for existing structures and prepare reports for electrical and fire alarm systems / works.
• Review and approve building projects design data collected by junior electrical and fire alarm systems engineers before they are used in the design work.
• Scrutinize design drawings, reports and documents submitted by other electrical and fire alarm systems engineering firms to ensure that standards and specifications are adhered to.
• Advise on all matters related to electrical and fire alarm systems management in accordance to electrical and fire alarm systems policy and law of tanzania.
• Undertake project and contract management tasks.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.

3.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Must have at least five years experience in building sector.
• Registered as Professional Engineer by the Engineers Registration Board (ERB).
• Computer literacy will be an added advantage.

3.2.3 REMUNERATION:

•According to Government pay scale TGS G and other fringe benefits.

3.3 SENIOR ENGINEER (MECHANICAL HVAC) – 1 POST
3.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Undertake feasibility study in collaboration with other experts in all fields related to buildings.
• Prepare design proposals and briefs of various projects and supervise design works done by junior mechanical (HVAC) engineers.
• Supervise the implementation of design works (at site) to its completion stage.
• Understand and apply current legislation (policies, acts, regulations, codes, manuals e.t.c regarding mechanical (HVAC) engineering in building project design work.
• Prepare bills of quantities and costs estimates for all mechanical (HVAC) engineering projects.
• Give inputs and assist in the preparation process of tender and contract documents.
• Prepare, monitor and control the implementation of project work programs and budgets.
• Participate in technical audits tasks/ assignments related to building projects.
• Carry out conditional surveys for existing structures and prepare reports for mechanical (HVAC) works.
• Review and approve building projects design data collected by junior mechanical (HVAC) engineers before they are used in the design work.
• Scrutinize design drawings, reports and documents submitted by other mechanical (HVAC) engineering firms to ensure that standards and specifications are adhered to.
• Advice on all matters related to mechanical (HVAC) management in accordance to policy and law of Tanzania.
• Undertake project and contract management tasks.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.

3.3.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Must have at least 5 years experience in building sector.
• Should be registered as Professional Engineer by the Engineers Registration Board (ERB).
• Computer literacy will be an added advantage.


3.3.3 REMUNERATION
• According to Government pay scale TGS G and other fringe benefits.

3.4 ENGINEER (STRUCTURAL ) – 1 POST
3.4.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Undertake feasibility study in collaboration with other experts in all fields related to buildings.
• Prepare design proposals and briefs of various projects and supervise design works done by junior structural/ civil engineers.
• Supervise the implementation of design works (at site) to its completion stage.
• Understand and apply current legislation (policies, acts, regulations, codes, manuals e.t.c regarding structural/ civil engineering in building project design work.
• Give inputs and assistance in the preparation of bills of quantities and costs estimates for all structural/ civil engineering projects.
• Give inputs and assist in the preparation process of tender and contract documents.
• Prepare, monitor and control the implementation of project work programs and budgets.
• Participate in technical audits tasks/ assignments related to building projects.
• Carry out conditional surveys for existing structures and prepare reports for structural/ civil engineering works.
• Review and approve building projects design data collected by junior structural/ civil engineers before they are used in the design work.
• Scrutinize design drawings, reports and documents submitted by other structural/ civil engineering firms to ensure that standards and specifications are adhered to.
• Advice on all matters related to structural/ civil engineering management in accordance to policy and law of Tanzania.
• Undertake project and contract management tasks.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.

3.4.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Masters degree in Structural /Civil Engineering from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Must have at least five years experience in building sector.
• Should be registered as Professional Engineer by the Engineers Registration Board (ERB).
• Computer literacy will be an added advantage.


3.4.3 REMUNERATION:
• According to Government pay scale TGS G and other fringe benefits.

3.5 SENIOR ENGINEER (PROJECT MANAGEMENT) – 1 POST
3.5.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Undertake Project Planning at various stages of the project
• Define and clarify projects scope
• Develop a realistic projects schedule/ program and discuss with team members.
• Develop procedures to support the achievement of the project goals and objectives.
• Prepare the organizational structure of the project team (setting up the project team's structure).
• Select/ choose project team members depending on the nature and complexity of the project.
• Clearly identify and assign roles and duties of each project team member (Setting up project team direction).
• Identify and follow up services to be provided/ rendered by external companies/ professionals e g. Geotechnical, topographical, ESIA etc.
• Coordinate; follow up, tracking schedule for all planned activities across different organizational functions/ disciplines involved in the building project.
• Timely and clearly identify and plan for all project resources needed by the project team to enable them fulfill their assigned roles and duties.
• Keep project records and update their status (projects roaster) throughout the year.
• Track project progress at every design stage and prepare reports/ minutes of meeting.
• Prepare submissions for expression of interests, technical and financial proposals for new projects under competition.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.

3.5.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Masters degree in Project Engineering Management from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Must have at least five years experience in building sector.
• Should be registered as Professional Engineer by the Engineers Registration Board (ERB).
• Computer literacy will be an added advantage.

3.5.3 REMUNERATION:


•According to Government pay scale TGS G and other fringe benefits.

3.6 SENIOR QUANTITY SURVEYORS– 2 POSTS
3.6.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Participate in carrying out feasibility study in collaboration with other experts in all fields related to buildings.
• Prepare projects preliminary cost estimates for budgeting and cost control and supervise design works done by junior quantity surveyors.
• Undertake project cost control, analysis and evaluation throughout the implementation of design works (at site) to its completion stage.
• Understand and apply current legislation (policies, acts, regulations, codes, manuals e.t.c) regarding quantity surveying in building project design work.
• Compile and review bills of quantities and costs estimates from other disciplines and produce a complete bid document.
• Prepare draft tender and contract documents for building projects.
• Carry out valuation of works at site and prepare payment documents for contractors.

•Prepare, monitor and control the implementation of project work programs and budgets.
• Participate in technical cost audits tasks/ assignments related to building projects.
• Participate in the building projects tender evaluation with other consultants.
• Carry out conditional surveys for existing structures and prepare reports for structural/ civil engineering works.
• Review and approve building projects cost control data collected by junior quantity surveyors before they are applied in preparation of bid document.
• Participate in the review process of drawings, reports and documents for cost control to ensure that standards and specifications are adhered to.
• Prepare building projects financial and project appraisal reports
• Undertake project and contract management tasks.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.

3.6.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Masters degree in Construction /Building Economics and Management from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Must have at least five years experience in building sector.
• Should be registered as Quantity Surveyor by the Architects and Quantity Surveyors Registration Board (AQRB).
• Computer literacy will be an added advantage.


3.6.3 REMUNERATION
• According to Government pay scale TGS G and attractive package

3.7 SENIOR QUANTITY SURVEYOR (PROJECT MANAGEMENT) – 1 POST
3.7.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Define and clarify projects scope
• Undertake project planning at various stages of the project
• Develop a realistic projects schedule/ program and discuss with team members.
• Develop procedures to support the achievement of the project goals and objectives.
• Prepare the organizational structure of the project team (setting up the project team's structure).
• Select/ choose project team members depending on the nature and complexity of the project.
• Clearly identify and assign roles and duties of each project team member (setting up project team direction).
• Identify and follow up services to be provided/ rendered by external companies/ professionals e g. Geotechnical, Topographical, Esia etc.
• Coordinate, follow up, tracking schedule for all planned activities across different organizational functions/ disciplines involved in the building project.
• Timely and clearly identify and plan for all project resources needed by the project team to enable them fulfill their assigned roles and duties.
• Keep project records and update their status (projects roaster) throughout the year.
• Track project progress at every design stage and prepare reports/ minutes of meeting.
• Prepare submissions for expression of interests, technical and financial proposals for new projects under competition.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.

3.7.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Masters degree in Construction/Building Economics and Management from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Must have at least five years experience in building sector.
• Should be registered as Quantity Surveyor by the Architects and Quantity Surveyors Registration Board (AQRB).
• Computer literacy will be an added advantage.


3.7.3 REMUNERATION
• According to Government pay scale TGS G and other fringe benefits.

3.8 SENIOR TOWN PLANNERS - 2 POSTS
3.8.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Undertake feasibility study in collaboration with other experts in all fields related to settlement and neighborhood master planning to suite local environment.
• Lead the settlement and neighborhood design team and coordinate design works done by all other disciplines within the project team.
• Prepare design proposals and briefs of various settlements neighborhood planning projects and supervises design works done by junior town planners
• Evaluate general real estate investments against available general and detailed settlement and neighborhood planning schemes.
• Design and prepare TBA settlement and neighborhood master plan drawings and seek for planning consent from relevant authorities.
• Coordinate with MDA’S in the preparation and implementation of settlement and neighborhood development plans.
• Understand and apply current legislation (policies, acts, regulations, guidelines, codes, manuals e.t.c) regarding settlement and neighborhoods developments in all TBA projects.
• Give inputs and assist in the preparation of bills of quantities and costs estimates for all settlement and neighborhood planning schemes.
• Give inputs and assist in the preparation process of tender and contract documents.
• Prepare, monitor and control the implementation of project work programs and budgets.
• Carry out conditional surveys for upgrading existing settlement and neighborhood schemes and prepare reports for master planning works.
• Review and approve settlement and neighborhood planning scheme data collected by junior town planners before they are used in the planning work.
• Scrutinize settlement and neighborhood schemes master plans, reports and documents submitted by other town planning firms to ensure that standards and specifications are adhered to.
• Advice on all matters related to settlement and neighborhood development in accordance to town and country planning policy and law of Tanzania.
• Undertake project and contract management tasks.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time


3.8.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Masters degree in Urban and Rural Planning from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Must have at least five years experience in building sector.
• Should be registered as Town Planner by the Town Planners Registration Board (TPRB).
• Computer literacy will be an added advantage.

3.8.3 REMUNERATION:
• According to Government pay scale TGS G and other attractive fringe benefits.

3.9 SENIOR VALUER (SENIOR PROPERTY AND FACILITIES MANAGMENT OFFICER) – 2 POSTS
3.9.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
3.9.2
• Participate in the preparation of feasibility study for any real estate development projects.
• Advise and supervise the preparation of tenant administrative policy.
• Participate in identification and acquisition of land for real estate investments / development.
• Conduct and supervise the undertaking of building survey.
• Conduct, supervise and regular property condition inspection and preparation of reports.
• Supervise and undertake property valuation for various purposes.
• Participates in the preparation of strategic maintenance plans.
• Evaluate the monitor performance of property and facilities management, land consultants and other service providers employed by the agency.
• Advises on all matters concerning government real estate management and investment development.
• Performs any other duties as may be assigned by his/her supervisor from time to time.

3.9.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Master’s degree in Real Estate or Housing Management from recognized higher learning institution.
• Should be registered with National Council of Professional Surveyors (NCPS)
• Must have at least five years experience in the field of Real Estate Management.
• Computer literacy will be an added advantage.

3.9.4 REMUNERATION


•According to Government pay scale TGS G and other attractive fringe benefits

3.10 SENIOR ARCHITECTS (LANDSCAPE) – 2 POSTS
3.10.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Undertake feasibility study in collaboration with other experts in all fields related to buildings.
• Prepare design proposals and briefs of various projects and supervise design works done by junior landscape architects.
• Supervise the implementation of landscaping design works (at site) to its completion stage.
• Understand and apply current legislation (policies, acts, regulations, codes, manuals e.t.c) regarding landscaping / land planning in building project design work.
• Give inputs and assist in the preparation of bills of quantities and costs estimates for all landscape projects.
• Give inputs and assist in the preparation process of tender and contract documents.
• Prepare, monitor and control the implementation of project work programs and budgets.
• Participate in technical audits tasks/ assignments related to landscape building projects.
• Carry out conditional surveys for existing structures and prepare reports for landscape works.
• Review and approve building projects design data collected by junior landscape architects before they are used in the design work.
• Scrutinize design drawings, reports and documents submitted by other landscaping firms to ensure that standards and specifications are adhered to.
• Advice on all matters related to landscaping management in accordance to policy and law of Tanzania.
• Undertake project and contract management tasks.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.

3.10.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Masters degree in Landscape Architecture from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Must have at least five years experience in building sector.
• Registered as an Architect by the Architects and Quantity Surveyors Registration Board (AQRB).


•Computer literacy will be an added advantage.

3.10.3 REMUNERATION:
• According to Government pay scale TGS G and other fringe benefits

3.11 SENIOR ARCHITECTS – (INTERIOR DESIGN) - 2 POSTS
3.11.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Undertake Project Planning at various of project
• Define a realistic project schedule/ program and discuss with team members.
• Develop procedures to support the achievement of the project goals and objectives.
• Prepare the organizational structure of the project team (setting up the project team’s structure)
• Selecting / choosing project team members depending on the nature and complexity of the project.
• Clearly identify and assign roles and the duties of each project team member (setting up project team direction).
• Identify and follow up services to be provided / rendered by external companies /professionals e.g Geotechnical topographical, ESIA etc.
• Coordinate, and follow up, tracking schedule for all planned activities across different organizational factions/ disciplines involves in the building project.
• Timely and clearly identify and plan for all project resources needed by the project team to enable them on their assigned roles and duties.
• Keep project records and update their status (project roaster) throughout their year.
• Track project progress at every design stage and prepare report/ minutes of the meeting.
• Prepare submissions for expression of interest on technical and financial proposals for new projects under competition.
• Perform any other duties as May assigned by superior from time to time.

3.11.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Masters degree in Interior Design from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Must have at least five years experience in building sector.
• Registered as an Architect by the Architects and Quantity Surveyors Registration Board (AQRB).
• Computer literacy will be an added advantage.


3.11.3 REMUNERATION:
• According to Government pay scale TGS G and other fringe benefits

3.11.4 SENIOR ARCHITECTS (PROJECTS MANAGEMENT) – 2 POSTS (PROJECT MANAGERS)
3.11.5 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Undertake Project Planning at various stages of the project
• Define and clarify projects scope
• Develop a realistic projects schedule/ program and discuss with team members.
• Develop procedures to support the achievement of the project goals and objectives.
• Prepare the organizational structure of the project team (setting up the project team's structure).
• Select/ choose project team members depending on the nature and complexity of the project.
• Clearly identify and assign roles and duties of each project team member (Setting up project team direction).
• Identify and follow up services to be provided/ rendered by external companies/ professionals e g. Geotechnical, topographical, ESIA etc.
• Coordinate, follow up, tracking schedule for all planned activities across different organizational functions/ disciplines involved in the building project.
• Timely and clearly identify and plan for all project resources needed by the project team to enable them fulfill their assigned roles and duties.
• Keep project records and update their status (projects roaster) throughout the year.
• Track project progress at every design stage and prepare reports/ minutes of meeting.
• Prepare submissions for expression of interests, technical and financial proposals for new projects under competition.
• To perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.

3.11.6 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Masters degree in Construction Economics and Management from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Must have at least five years experience in building sector.
• Registered as an Architect by the Architects and Quantity Surveyors Registration Board (AQRB).
• Computer literacy will be an added advantage.


3.11.7 REMUNERATION
• According to Government pay scale TGS G and other fringe benefits.

3.12 SENIOR ARCHITECTS – 6 POSTS
3.12.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Undertake feasibility study in collaboration with other experts in all fields
• Related to buildings.
• Lead the project design team and coordinate design works done by all
• Other disciplines within the project team.
• Prepare design proposals and briefs of various projects and supervise
• Design works done by junior architects.
• Supervise the implementation of the entire team design works (at site) to its completion stage.
• Understand and apply current legislation (policies, acts, regulations, codes, manuals e.t.c) regarding built environment in building project design work.
• Give inputs and assist in the preparation of bills of quantities and costs estimates for all architectural design projects.
• Give inputs and assist in the preparation process of tender and contract documents.
• Prepare, monitor and control the implementation of project work programs and budgets.
• Participate in technical audits tasks/ assignments related to building projects.
• Carry out conditional surveys for existing structures and prepare reports for design works.
• Review and approve building projects design data collected by junior architects before they are used in the design work.
• Scrutinize design drawings, reports and documents submitted by other architectural firms to ensure that standards and specifications are adhered to.
• Advice on all matters related to built environment in accordance to policy and law of Tanzania.
• Undertake project and contract management tasks.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time

3.12.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Masters degree in Architecture from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Must have at least five years experience in building sector.
• Should be registered as an Architect by the Architects and Quantity Surveyors Registration Board (AQRB).


•Computer literacy will be an added advantage.

3.12.3 REMUNERATION:
• According to Government pay scale TGS G and other fringe benefits

3.13 PRINCIPAL ECONOMIST II - 1 POST
3.13.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Coordinate formulation and preparation of strategic plans and business plans.
• Provide technical guidance and support for institutionalization of strategic planning and business planning processes.
• Participate in analysis of outsourcing of non-core functions (private sector participation);
• Monitor implementation of strategic plans and business plan.
• Prepare agency periodic performance reports;
• Analyze and advise studies report done by consultants engages by agency.
• Provide technical support including institutionalization of M&E process within the agency;
• Evaluate on agency sets of plans, projects and programs undertaken by agency.
• Supervise service delivery surveys on services rendered by the agency.
• Facilitate preparation of agency’s investment analysis and provide guidelines.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by the supervising officer from time to time.

3.13.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Master Degree either in Economics, Finance, Planning or Statistics from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Must have at least experience of seven years in the Real Estate Management field.
• Must be computer literate.

3.13.3 REMUNERATION
• According to Government pay scale TGS G and other fringe benefits

3.14 ENGINEER II (ELECTRICAL) - 2 POSTS
3.14.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITY
• Help senior Electrical Engineer to collect data for carrying out feasibility study in collaboration with other experts in all fields related to buildings.
• Prepare conceptual design proposals and briefs of various projects.
• Develop design proposals into workable drawings as instructed by senior Electrical Engineers.


•Prepare complete detailed construction Electrical installation and fire alarm system design drawings for all building projects.
• Understand and apply current legislation (policies, Acts, regulations, codes, manuals e.t.c) regarding Electrical installation and fire alarm systems in building project design work.
• Prepare preliminary bills of quantities and costs estimates for all Electrical installation and fire alarm system engineering projects for checking.
• Prepare draft project work programs/ schedules and budgets.
• Carry out physical site data collection in technical audits tasks/ assignments related to building projects.
• Participate with the guidance of senior Electrical Engineer in carrying out conditional surveys for existing structures and prepare reports for Electrical and fire alarm systems / works.
• Search and collect building projects design data and submit to senior Electrical Engineer before they are used in the design work.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.

3.14.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Computer literacy in design programs will be an added advantage.

3.14.3 REMUNERATION
• According to Government pay scale TGS E and other fringe benefits

3.15 ENGINEER II (ICT) - 2 POSTS
3.15.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITY
• Help senior Information, Communication and Telecommunications (ICT)
• Engineer to collect data for carrying out feasibility study.
• Prepare conceptual design proposals and briefs of various projects.
• Develop design proposals into workable drawings as instructed by Senior (ICT) Engineers.
• Information, Communication and Telecommunications (ICT) Engineer.
• Prepare complete detailed construction ICT system installation design drawings for all building projects.
• Understand and apply current legislation (policies, Acts, regulations, codes, manuals e.t.c) regarding ICT system installation in building project design work.
• Prepare preliminary bills of quantities and costs estimates for all ICT system installation in engineering projects for checking.
 


•Prepare draft project work programs/ schedules and budgets.
• Carry out physical site data collection in technical audits tasks/ assignments related to building projects.
• Participate with the guidance of senior ICT Engineer in carrying out conditional surveys for existing structures and prepares reports for ICT system installation design / works.
• Search and collect building projects design data and submit to senior ICT Engineer before they are used in the design work.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.

3.15.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor degree in Computer Science Engineering from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Computer literacy in design programs will be an added advantage.

3.15.3 REMUNERATION:
• According to Government pay scale TGS. E and other fringe benefits

3.16 ENGINEER II (MECHANICAL HVAC) – 1 POST
3.16.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITY
• Help senior Mechanical Engineer (HVAC) to collect data for carrying out Feasibility study.
• Prepare conceptual design proposals and briefs of various projects.
• Develop design proposals into workable drawings as instructed by senior Mechanical Engineer (HVAC).
• Prepare complete detailed construction Mechanical Engineering (HVAC) installation design drawings for all building projects.
• Understand and apply current legislation (policies, Acts, regulations, codes, manuals e.t.c) regarding Mechanical Engineering (HVAC) installation in building project design work.
• Prepare preliminary bills of quantities and costs estimates for all Mechanical Engineering (HVAC) installation in projects for checking.
• Prepare draft project work programs/ schedules and budgets.
• Carry out physical site data collection in technical audits tasks / assignments related to building projects.
• Participate with the guidance of senior Mechanical Engineer (HVAC) in carrying out conditional surveys for existing structures and prepare reports.
 


•Search and collect building projects design data and submit to senior Mechanical Engineer (HVAC) before they are used in the design work.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.

3.16.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE.
• Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Computer literacy in design programs will be an added advantage.

3.16.3 REMUNERATION:
• According to Government pay scale TGS E and other fringe benefits

3.17 ENGINEER II (MECHANICAL) – 1 POST
3.17.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITY
• Help senior Mechanical Engineer to collect data for carrying out
• Feasibility study.
• Prepare conceptual design proposals and briefs of various projects.
• Develop design proposals into workable drawings as instructed by senior
Mechanical Engineer
• Prepare complete detailed construction Mechanical Engineering
• Installation design drawings for all building projects.
• Understand and apply current legislation (policies, Acts, regulations, codes, manuals e.t.c) regarding Mechanical Engineering installation in building project design work.
• Prepare preliminary bills of quantities and costs estimates for all Mechanical Engineering installation projects for checking.
• Prepare draft project work programs/ schedules and budgets.
• Carry out physical site data collection in technical audits tasks / assignments related to building projects.
• Participate with the guidance of senior Mechanical Engineer in carrying out conditional surveys for existing structures and prepares reports.
• Search and collect building projects design data and submit to senior Mechanical Engineer before they are used in the design work
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.

3.17.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Computer literacy in design programs will be an added advantage.
 


3.17.3 REMUNERATION
• According to Government pay scale TGS E and other fringe benefits.

3.18 ENGINEER II (ENVIRONMENTAL) – 2 POSTS
3.18.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITY
• Help senior Environmental Engineer to collect data for carrying out

Environmental and Social Impact Assessment
• Follow up in construction site to make sure occupational and health safety regulations are adhered to.
• Undertake and design solid waste management systems.
• Identify and quantify the extent of pollution such as water pollution, underground water pollution etc.
• Prepare conceptual design proposals and briefs of various projects.
• Develop design proposals into workable drawings as instructed by senior Environmental Engineer.
• Prepare complete detailed construction Environmental (plumbing) Engineering installation drawings for all building projects.
• Understand and apply current legislation (policies, Acts, regulations, codes, manuals e.t.c) regarding Environmental Engineering installation in building project design work.
• Prepare preliminary bills of quantities and costs estimates for all Environmental Engineering installation projects for checking.
• Prepare draft project work programs/ schedules and budgets.
• Carry out physical site data collection in technical audits tasks / assignments related to building projects.
• Participate with the guidance of senior Environmental Engineer in carrying out conditional surveys for existing structures and prepares reports.
• Search and collect building projects design data and submit to senior Environmental Engineer before they are used in the design work.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.

3.18.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor degree in Environmental Science and Management from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Computer literacy in design programs will be an added advantage.

3.18.3 REMUNERATION
• According to Government pay scale TGS E and other fringe benefits
 


3.19 ENGINEER II (STRUCTURE) – 2 POSTS
3.19.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Help senior Structural/ Civil Engineer to collect data for carrying out

Feasibility study
• Prepare conceptual design proposals and briefs of various projects.
• Develop design proposals into workable drawings as instructed by senior

Structural/ Civil Engineer
• Prepare complete detailed construction Structural/ Civil Engineering installation design drawings for all building projects.
• Understand and apply current legislation (policies, Acts, regulations, codes, Manuals e.t.c) regarding Structural/ Civil Engineering installation in building project design work.
• Prepare preliminary bills of quantities and costs estimates for all Structural/ Civil Engineering installation projects for checking.
• Prepare draft project work programs/ schedules and budgets.
• Carry out physical site data collection in technical audits tasks / assignments related to building projects.
• Participate with the guidance of senior Structural/ Civil Engineer in carrying out conditional surveys for existing structures and prepare reports.
• Search and collect building projects design data and submit to senior Structural/ Civil Engineer before they are used in the design work.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.

3.19.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor degree in Structural/ Civil Engineering from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Computer literacy in design programs will be an added advantage.

3.19.3 REMUNERATION:
• According to Government pay scale TGS E and other fringe benefits

3.20 ARCHITECT II (LANDSCAPE) - 2 POSTS
3.20.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Help senior Landscape Architect to collect data for carrying out feasibility study.
• Prepare conceptual design proposals and briefs of various projects.
• Develop design proposals into workable drawings as instructed by senior Landscape Architect.
 


•Prepare complete detailed construction Landscape Architect design drawings for all building projects.
• Understand and apply current legislation (policies, Acts, regulations, codes, Manuals e.t.c) regarding Landscape Architecture in building project design work.
• Give inputs and assist in the preparation of preliminary bills of quantities and costs estimates for all Landscape Architect projects for checking.
• Prepare draft project work programs/ schedules and budgets.
• Carry out physical site data collection in technical audits tasks / assignments related to building projects.
• Participate with the guidance of senior Landscape Architect in carrying out conditional surveys for existing structures and prepare reports.
• Search and collect building projects design data and submit to senior Landscape Architect before they are used in the design work.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.

3.20.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor degree in Landscape Architecture from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Computer literacy in design programs will be an added advantage.

3.20.3 REMUNERATION
• According to Government pay scale TGS E and other fringe benefits

3.21 ARCHITECT II – (INTERIOR DESIGN) - 2 POSTS
3.21.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Help senior Interior Designer to collect data for carrying out feasibility study.
• Prepare conceptual design proposals and briefs of various projects.
• Develop design proposals into workable drawings as instructed by Senior Interior Designer.
• Prepare complete detailed construction Interior Designer design drawings for all building projects.
• Understand and apply current legislation (policies, Acts, regulations, codes, Manuals e.t.c) regarding Interior Design in building project design work.
• Give inputs and assist in the preparation of preliminary bills of quantities and costs estimates for all Interior Design projects for checking.
• Prepare draft project work programs/ schedules and budgets.
• Carry out physical site data collection in technical audits tasks / assignments related to building projects.
 

•Participate with the guidance of senior Interior Designer in carrying out conditional surveys for existing structures and prepare reports.
• Search and collect building projects design data and submit to senior Interior Designer before they are used in the design work.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.

3.21.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor degree in Interior Design from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Computer literacy in design programs will be an added advantage.

3.21.3 REMUNERATION:
• According to Government pay scale TGS. E and other fringe benefits.

3.22 ARCHITECT II – (18 POSTS)
3.22.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Help senior Architects to collect data for carrying out feasibility study.
• Develop design proposals into workable drawings as instructed by Senior Architects.
• Prepare complete detailed construction Architectural design drawings for all building projects.
• Understand and apply current legislation (policies, Acts, regulations, codes, Manuals e.t.c) regarding built environment in building project design work.
• Give inputs and assist in the preparation of preliminary bills of quantities and costs estimates for all Architectural projects for checking.
• Prepare draft project work programs/ schedules and budgets.
• Carry out physical site data collection in technical audits tasks / assignments related to building projects.
• Participate with the guidance of senior Architects in carrying out conditional surveys for existing structures and prepare reports.
• Search and collect building projects design data and submit to senior Architects before they are used in the design work.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.

3.22.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor degree in Architecture from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Computer literacy in design programs will be an added advantage.

3.22.3 REMUNERATION
 


•According to Government pay scale TGS E and other fringe benefits.

3.23 TOWN PLANNER II- 4 POSTS
3.23.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Help senior Town Planner to collect data for carrying out feasibility study for settlement and neighborhood master planning to suite local environment.
• Prepare conceptual design proposals and briefs of various settlement and Neighborhood planning projects.
• Help senior Town Planner to evaluate general real estate investments against available general and detailed settlement and neighborhood planning schemes.
• Prepare conceptual TBA settlement and Neighborhood master plan drawings and help senior Town Planner to seek for planning consent from relevant authorities.
• Assist in coordination with MDA’s in the preparation and implementation of settlement and Neighborhood development plans.
• Understand and apply current legislation (policies, Acts, regulations, guidelines, codes, manuals e.t.c) regarding settlement and Neighborhoods developments in all TBA projects.
• Give inputs and assist in the preparation of bills of quantities and costs estimates for all settlement and neighborhood planning schemes.
• Prepare draft project work programs/ schedules and budgets.
• Carry out conditional surveys for upgrading existing settlement and neighborhood schemes and prepare reports for master planning works.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time

3.23.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor degree in Urban and Rural Planning from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Computer literacy will be an added advantage.

3.23.3 REMUNERATION
• According to Government pay scale TGS E and other fringe benefits.

3.24 QUANTITY SURVEYOR II – 5 POSTS
3.24.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Help senior Quantity Surveyors to collect data for carrying out feasibility study.
• Prepare preliminary costs estimates (taking off), prepare schedule of works and draft bills of quantities for building projects.
• Understand and apply current legislation (Policies, Acts, Regulations, Codes, Manuals e.t.c) regarding built environment in building project design work
 


•Undertake work valuation at different stages throughout the implementation of design works (at site) to its completion stage.
• Compile and review bills of quantities and costs estimates from other disciplines and produce a complete draft bid document.
• Prepare draft project work programs/ schedules and budgets.
• Carry out physical site data collection in technical audits tasks/ assignments related to building projects.
• Participate with the guidance of senior Quantity Surveyors in carrying out
• Conditional surveys for existing structures and prepare reports.
• Search and collect building cost control data and submit to senior

Quantity Surveyors before they are used in the preparation of bill of quantities.
• Participate in the review process of drawings, reports and documents for cost control to ensure that standards and specifications are adhered to.
• Prepare building projects financial and project appraisal reports
• Undertake project and contract management tasks.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.

3.24.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor degree in Construction/Building Economics and Management from a recognized higher learning institution.
• Computer literacy in design programs will be an added advantage.

3.24.3 REMUNERATION:
• According to Government pay scale TGS E and other fringe benefits.

3.25 VALUER II (PROPERTY AND FACILITIES MANAGMENT OFFICER) – 2 POSTS
3.25.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Overall Building management.
• Conducting regular property condition inspection.
• Attend to tenant’s complaints and reporting maintenance needs for properties.
• Assist in preparation of Lease Agreements for tenants.
• Make follow-up of acquisition of Title Deeds.
• Conduct Housing Market surveys and preparation of housing market data bank.
• Undertake Rent Collection.
• Conduct evaluation of building performance.
• Carry out market researches on proposed real estate development.
• Assist in preparation of Maintenance budget for buildings as maintenance manual depicts.
 


•Perform any other duties as may be assigned by his/her supervisor from time to time.

3.25.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor of Science in Land Management and Valuation from a recognized institution of higher learning.
• Must be computer literate.

3.25.3 REMUNERATION
• According to Government pay scale TGS E and other fringe benefits.

3.26 SENIOR FINANCE MANAGEMENT OFFICER -1 POST
3.26.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Conduct financial analysis and develop excel and other models to enable the organization make investment decisions
• Develop investment materials for senior management and other parties within the organization.
• Develop business cases and advise management on the best options based on well established parameters.
• Develop technical solutions to the organization’s problems
• Advancing the organization’s sales efforts by defining, analyzing and documenting requirements.
• Manage requirements at the project level leading to fulfilling business and overall organization’s needs.
• Conduct market research, perform financial analysis and prepare detailed report on investment opportunities
• Monitor market movement and evaluate its impact to the organization’s day to day operation and advise on investment strategies
• Develop and maintain quantitative models to implement complex investment strategies and develop project cash flow projections
• Conduct project feasibility studies and prepare relevant report for management decision making
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by his/her supervisor from time to time.

3.26.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Master Degree either in Business Administration, Finance or Economics from a recognized institution of higher learning.
 
•Must be a holder CPA (T) with working experience of not less than five years in the related field.
• Must be computer literate.

3.26.3 REMUNERATION
• According to Government pay scale TGS F and other fringe benefits.

3.27 FINANCE MANAGEMENT OFFICER -2 POSTS
3.27.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Assists the head of Finance in establishing the costs for the various projects, operations and activities of the organization.
• Analyze various investment options in projects and composition of assets for the organization.
• Ensures that proper books of accounts are maintained as per International Financial Reporting standards (IFRS) and other generally accepted accounting principles.
• Determine and acquire the required funding for investments based on optimal finance costs and capital mix.
• Carry out costs reconciliation for projects on regular basis and report to management.
• Handle all aspect related to management accounts of the prescribed projects in accordance with the approved budget.
• Maintain records of all assets of the organization and perform period accounting tests in terms of existence and valuation.
• Advice the Head of Finance on the financial status of the project/investments at hand.
• To prepare periodic reports on the status of the project at hand and produces reports in time.
• Prepare of projects/investments accounts, budgets, plans, and costs.
• Keeps all accounting records in relations to the projects
• Provide support to auditors and others for all matters related to his/her role for compliance.
• Ensure the financial operation and reporting of the organization comply to the required standards and statutory requirements
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by his/her supervisor from time to time.

3.27.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 
•Bachelor Degree either in Business Administration, Finance or Economics from a recognized institution of higher learning.
• CPA (T) holder
• Must be computer literate

3.27.3 REMUNERATION
• According to Government pay scale TGS D and other fringe benefits.

4.0 TANZANIA BROADCASTING CORPORATION (TBC)

The Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation (TBC) is a Public Service Broadcaster established by Government Order in 2007 and became operational on 1st July, 2007 replacing the then Tanzania Broadcasting Services which was established in the year 2002 pursuant to Public Corporation Act No 2 of 1992, Government Notice No 20 of 14th June 2002.


4.1 PRODUCER II: -1 POSTS
4.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Assist in undertakes production of television programmes
• Assist in production of radio programmes, drama, light entertainment
• Selection and production of music programmes
• Assist in production of education development programmes ,
• Participate in talk shows/documentaries/magazine, religious programmes, sports etc.
• Scheduling routine programmes,

4.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor Degree or Advanced Diploma either in Mass Communication, Social Sciences or TV/Radio/Film Production from a recognized Institution. Computer skills are essential.

4.1.3 SALARY SCALE OF PGSS 10

4.2 JOURNALIST II: - 2 POST


4.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Gathers and writes news and stories,
• Writes scripts and continuities and prepares programmes for radio and television products,
• Collects, reports and comments on news and current affairs for broadcasting by radio or television,
 
•Interviews politicians and other public figures at press conferences and on occasions, including individual interviews recorded for radio or television,
• Writes editorials and selects, revises, arranges and edits submitted articles and other materials for broadcasting on radio or television,
• Writes advertising copy promoting particular products or services,
• Selects, assembles and prepares publicity materials about business or other organizations for being broadcast through radio, television or other media,
• Provides professional and technical support to other junior reporters/journalists,
• Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by Supervisor.

4.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor Degree or Advanced Diploma either in Journalism, Mass Communication or TV/Film Production from a recognized Institution. Knowledge in word processing, graphics, photographing, photo-editing and video shooting is an added advantage. Computer skills are essential.

4.2.3 SALARY SCALE OF PGSS 10

4.3 DRIVER II - 2 POSTS
4.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Drive Corporation’s vehicles towards approved destinations and in accordance with traffic regulations,
• Undertake minor mechanical repairs,
• Take vehicles due for routine maintenance/repair to the appointed service agents,
• Maintain motor vehicle log books,
• Make pre-inspection to the assigned vehicle at all times,
• Ensure that valid documents and permits are acquired prior commencement of any journey
• Report promptly accidents or incidents involving the vehicles to the relevant authority,
• Ensure that the vehicle assigned to him/her is maintained, serviced regularly and kept clean,
• Maintain a logbook and record all movements as instructed,
• Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.

4.3.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Holder of Certificate of Secondary Education with passed in Kiswahili and English, Must have a valid class C driving license and Trade Test Grade III from a recognized Institution with driving experience of 2 years with accident free record.
 
4.3.3 SALARY SCALE OF POSS 5

4.4 SECURITY GUARD II - 2 POST
4.4.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Guards TBC properties,
• Checks properties taken in and out of the gate against valid documents,
• Reports security breaches and suspicious circumstances,
• Keeps accurate records of visitors and incoming and outgoing vehicles,
• Prepares and submit security report at the end of guard duty,
• Takes appropriate action in case of fire and other emergencies,
• Controlling movement of visitors to and from TBC premises with the aim of preventing burglary and theft.
• Controlling the movement of motor vehicles and parking at the TBC compound.
• Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.
4.4.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Form IV/VI Secondary Education Certificate with pass in English and Kiswahili with training in Military, Police, National service or Fire Fighting skills and must have free criminal record.

4.4.3 SALARY SCALE OF POSS 5.

4.5 RECORDS MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT: II - 1 POST
4.5.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Receives files, deliver to the appropriate officer and collects and returns them to registry,
• Opens relevant files according to record keeping regulations,
• Keeps record of movement of files according to laid down procedures,
• Traces, locates and retrieves files when needed by officers,
• Receiving and register all official documents brought in the registry.
• Arranging documents and files in ranking or cabinets in the registry.
• Filing documents in the appropriate files.
• Record and arrange efficient and timely dispatch of all correspondences
• Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.

4.5.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education (ACSE) or Certificate of Secondary Education (CSE) with pass in Kiswahili and English language and certificate in Records Management or its equivalent from a recognized Institution. Computer skills are essential.

4.5.3 SALARY SCALE OF PGSS 5

4.6 PRINCIPAL SOUNDMAN: - 1 POST
4.6.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Supervise and coordinate the work of junior soundmen,
• Supervise recording of sound and music on location and in the studio with optimum sound quality and effects,
• Deal with all sound transfers as may be requested by the producer,
• Perform and supervise integration of music for the broadcasting,
• Ensure proper maintenance and operation of all sound recording devices,
• Ensure optimum quality of sound at recording/dubbing sessions and proper blending of sound effects with music tracks into single cohesive unit,
• Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.

4.6.2 QUALIFICATIONS
• Diploma in Sound Recording or its equivalent from a recognized Institution with good command of Swahili and English and with 9 years relevant working experience in a reputable organization.
• Computer skills are essential.

4.6.3 SALARY SCALE OF PGSS 12

5.0 THE INSTITUTE OF JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION (IJA)

The Institute of Judicial Administration(IJA) – Lushoto is a Public Institution established by an Act of Parliament No. 3 of 1998 (now Cap. 405 R.E. 2002), the major roles of the Institute is to offer and conduct training programmes in legal disciplines and to make research and consultancy.


5.1 ASSISTANT LECTURER – 1 POST
5.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Teach up to NTA level 6 for (Diploma);
• Conduct examinations, invigilating, marking and production of examination results on time;
• Conduct research and publish in areas of specialization;
• Conduct lectures and seminars,
• Guide and supervise students in building up their practical and research projects,
 


•Prepare learning resources and design training exercises for students,
• Conduct consultancy and community services,
• Participate in academic congregations,
• Prepare teaching manuals, simulations and case studies for training,
• Coach junior teaching staff;
• Undertake individual research and participate in bigger multi-disciplinary research projects,
• Manage teaching programmes
• Perform any other duties as assigned by supervisor.

5.2.1 QUALIFICAFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Master’s Degree of Arts (M.A) in Linguistics who is eligible for registration as technical teacher. Or
• Registered technical teacher, holder of Masters Degree in Linguistics who is working in similar position in related or allied institution.
• She / he must have attained at least GPA of 3.5 at Masters Degree and a minimum GPA of 3.5 in the Bachelor’s Degree.
• Teaching experience of at least three (3) years will be an added advantage.

5.2.2 REMUNERATION
• Entry-point should be within the current Public Higher Learning Institutions Salary Scale PHTS 8 with other terms and conditions of the Public Services.

6.0 OCEAN ROAD CANCER INSTITUTE (ORCI)

The Ocean Road Cancer Institute (ORCI) was established by the Act of Parliament No.2 of 1996. The Institute is a semi-autonomous organization which operates at “arm’s length” under the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare. The Institute has various roles which all stem on the main role of controlling Cancer in Tanzania. The Institute is currently looking for competent Tanzanian to fill the following vacancy.
6.1 ENGINEER II - 1 POST
6.2 DUTY STATION: ORCI-DAR ES SALAAM
6.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Designing maintenance strategies, procedures and methods.
• Diagnosing machine breakdown problems.
• Giving professional advice and guidance to hospital equipment users.
• Supervising Technicians in maintenance and maintaining Institute’s machines and equipments.
 
•Implementing specified maintenance plans for Radiotherapy machines and other equipments.
• Carrying out installations of machines and equipment.
• Carrying out independently specified routine technical tasks which require a higher degree of technical knowledge and skills.
• Controlling maintenance tools and equipment.
• Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her superior.

6.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Holder of Degree in Engineering Biomedical/Maintenance Management/Electronics Engineering from a recognized Institution and must be registered with Engineers Registration Board.

7.0 MINERAL RESOURCES INSTITUTE (MRI).

The Mineral Resources Institute (MRI) which is old as more than three decades since its establishment in 1982 is based in Dodoma Municipal. It is an academic institute that operates under the auspices of Ministry of Energy and Minerals. The institute trains technicians under Competence Based Education Training System (CBET), conducts research and consultancy services in geosciences.
It is the source of manpower at level of Technicians that serve in mining and petroleum (oil and gas) industries at all stages from upstream to downstream in Tanzania. The training programme is audited by the National Council of Technical Education of Tanzania (NACTE). It offers National Technical Award (NTA) from Level 4 to level 6 that is equivalent to Diploma by training Geology and Mineral Exploration, Mining Engineering, Mineral Processing Engineering, Petroleum Geoscience and Environmental Engineering and Management in Mines.
The Institute has opportunities of being located at favorable geological environment in mining and petroleum industries. It is unique in sub-Saharan region for its strong training middle cadre professionals (Technicians) in earth sciences, mineral extraction, petroleum geosciences industries.


7.1 EDUCATION OFFICER II (PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY) - 2 POSTS
7.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Teach/lecture respective courses
• Prepare teaching manual in respective courses
• Organize and conduct practical works in respective courses
 
•Participate in curriculum evaluation/review
• Set, moderate, invigilate and mark examinations
• Prepare and keep safe custody of examination results
• Prepare academic reports
• Provide guidance and counseling to students
• Conduct research and short courses.
• Performs any other official duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor.

7.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

● Holder of Bachelor Degree in Science/ Bachelor of Science with Education major in Physics and Chemistry from a recognized Institution.


7.2 EDUCATION OFFICER II (PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS) - 1 POST
7.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Teach/lecture respective courses
• Prepare teaching manual in respective courses
• Organize and conduct practical works in respective courses
• Participate in curriculum evaluation/review
• Set, moderate, invigilate and mark examinations
• Prepare and keep safe custody of examination results
• Prepare academic reports
• Provide guidance and counseling to students
• Conduct research and short courses.
• Performs any other official duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor.

7.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Holder of Bachelor Degree in Science/ Bachelor of Science with Education major in Physics and Mathematics from a recognized Institution.

7.3 EDUCATION OFFICER II (CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY) - 1 POST
7.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Teach/lecture respective courses
• Prepare teaching manual in respective courses
• Organize and conduct practical works in respective courses
• Participate in curriculum evaluation/review
• Set, moderate, invigilate and mark examinations
• Prepare and keep safe custody of examination results
 
•Prepare academic reports
• Provide guidance and counseling to students
• Conduct research and short courses.
• Performs any other official duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor.

7.3.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

● Holder of Bachelor Degree in Science/ Bachelor of Science with Education major in Chemistry and Biology from a recognized Institution.


7.4 EDUCATION OFFICER II (INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY) - 1 POST
7.4.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Teach/lecture respective courses
• Prepare teaching manual in respective courses
• Organise and conduct practical works in respective courses
• Participate in curriculum evaluation/review
• Set, moderate, invigilate and mark examinations
• Prepare and keep safe custody of examination results
• Prepare academic reports
• Provide guidance and counseling to students
• Conduct research and short courses.
• Performs any other official duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor.

7.4.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

●Bachelor of Education with Information Communication Technology from a recognized Institution.


7.5 EDUCATION OFFICER II (COMMERCE) - 1 POST
7.5.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Teach/lecture respective courses
• Prepare teaching manual in respective courses
• Organise and conduct practical works in respective courses
• Participate in curriculum evaluation/review
• Set, moderate, invigilate and mark examinations
• Prepare and keep safe custody of examination results
• Prepare academic reports
• Provide guidance and counseling to students
 
•Conduct research and short courses.
• Performs any other official duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor.

7.5.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

●Bachelor of Education in Commerce from a recognized Institution.


7.6 EDUCATION OFFICER II - 1 POST
7.6.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Teach/lecture respective courses
• Prepare teaching manual in respective courses
• Organize and conduct practical works in respective courses
• Participate in curriculum evaluation/review
• Set, moderate, invigilate and mark examinations
• Prepare and keep safe custody of examination results
• Prepare academic reports
• Provide guidance and counseling to students
• Conduct research and short courses.
• Performs any other official duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor.

7.6.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

●Bachelor of Arts with Education/ Bachelor of Arts in Education (English Language).


7.7 MINING ENGINEER II (TUTOR)- 5 POSTS
7.7.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Interpret training program in mining / environmental engineering
• Prepare and implement both theoretical and practical training Programs.
• Conduct training in certificate and diploma courses in mining/ environmental engineering.
• Prepare and conduct extension services for small miners.
• Prepare and conduct practical training for the students.
• Conduct continuous assessment of the students in the training process.
• Supervise and assess industrial practical training of the students.
• Performs any other official duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor.

7.7.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 

●Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering from a recognized Institution.


7.8 TUTOR II (PETROLEUM ENGINEERING) - 3
7.8.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Interpret training program in mining / environmental engineering
• Prepare and implement both theoretical and practical training Programs.
• Conduct training in certificate and diploma courses in mining/ environmental engineering.
• Prepare and conduct extension services for small miners.
• Prepare and conduct practical training for the students.
• Conduct continuous assessment of the students in the training process.
• Supervise and assess industrial practical training of the students.
• Performs any other official duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor.

7.8.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

●Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering from a recognized Institution.
7.9 TUTOR II (ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING) – 2 POSTS
7.9.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Interpret training program in mining / environmental engineering
• Prepare and implement both theoretical and practical training Programs.
• Conduct training in certificate and diploma courses in mining/ environmental engineering.
• Prepare and conduct extension services for small miners.
• Prepare and conduct practical training for the students.
• Conduct continuous assessment of the students in the training process.
• Supervise and assess industrial practical training of the students.
• Performs any other official duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor.

7.9.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

● Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering from a recognized Institution.


7.10 LAND SURVEYOR TUTOR II (GEOINFORMATICS) – 3 POSTS
7.10.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Interpret training program in surveying
• Prepare and implement both theoretical and practical training program in surveying
• Conduct training in certificate and diploma courses
• Prepare and conduct extension services for small miners
 
•Prepare and conduct practical training for the students
• Conduct continuous assessment of students in the training process
• Supervise and assess industrial practical training of the students
• Set, moderate, invigilate and mark examinations
• Prepare and keep safe custody of examination results
• Perform any other official duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor.

7.10.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

●Bachelor of Science in Geoinformatics from a recognized Institution.


7.11 LAND SURVEYOR TUTOR II (GEOMATICS) – 2 POSTS
7.11.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Interpret training program in surveying
• Prepare and implement both theoretical and practical training program in surveying
• Conduct training in certificate and diploma courses
• Prepare and conduct extension services for small miners
• Prepare and conduct practical training for the students
• Conduct continuous assessment of students in the training process
• Supervise and assess industrial practical training of the students
• Set, moderate, invigilate and mark examinations
• Prepare and keep safe custody of examination results
• Perform any other official duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor.

7.11.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

● Bachelor of Science in Geomatics from a recognized Institution.


7.12 LAND SURVEYOR TUTOR II (LAND MANAGEMENT AND EVALUATION) – 3 POSTS
7.12.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Interpret training program in surveying
• Prepare and implement both theoretical and practical training program in surveying
• Conduct training in certificate and diploma courses
• Prepare and conduct extension services for small miners
• Prepare and conduct practical training for the students
• Conduct continuous assessment of students in the training process
• Supervise and assess industrial practical training of the students
• Set, moderate, invigilate and mark examinations
• Prepare and keep safe custody of examination results
 
•Perform any other official duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor.

7.12.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

● Bachelor of Science in Land Management and Evaluation from a recognized Institution.


7.13 TUTOR II (GEOLOGY) – 5 POSTS
7.13.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Interpret training program and manuals in certificate and diploma courses in geology/ petroleum
• Conduct training in certificate and diploma courses in geology/ petroleum
• Prepare and conduct extension services training program for the small-scale miners
• Prepare modules for short courses training program
• Participate in research and consultancy programs in geology/ petroleum
• Conduct continuous assessment of the students in the training process.
• Supervise and assess industrial practical training of the students.
• Perform any other official duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor

7.13.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

● Bachelor of Science in Geology from a recognized Institution.


7.14 TUTOR II (PETROLEUM GEOLOGY) – 3 POSTS
7.14.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Interpret training program and manuals in certificate and diploma courses in geology/ petroleum.
• Conduct training in certificate and diploma courses in geology/ petroleum
• Prepare and conduct extension services training program for the small-scale miners.
• Prepare modules for short courses training program
• Participate in research and consultancy programs in geology/ petroleum
• Conduct continuous assessment of the students in the training process.
• Supervise and assess industrial practical training of the students.
• Perform any other official duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor

7.14.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

●Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Geology from a recognized Institution.
7.15 TUTOR II (PETROLEUM CHEMISTRY) – 2 POSTS
7.15.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 
•Interpret training program and manuals in certificate and diploma courses in geology/ petroleum
• Conduct training in certificate and diploma courses in geology/ petroleum
• Prepare and conduct extension services training program for the small-scale miners
• Prepare modules for short courses training program
• Participate in research and consultancy programs in geology/ petroleum
• Conduct continuous assessment of the students in the training process.
• Supervise and assess industrial practical training of the students.
• Perform any other official duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor

7.15.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

●Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Chemistry from a recognized Institution.
8.0 INSTITUTE OF FINANCE MANAGEMENT (IFM)

The Institute of Finance Management was established by Act No. 3 of 1972 to provide training, research and consultancy services in the fields of banking, insurance, social protection, taxation, accountancy and related disciplines.


8.1 ASSISTANT LECTURERS (ACCOUNTS) - 2 POSTS
8.1.1 DUTY STATION: MWANZA
8.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Conducts lectures, research, tutorial seminars ;
• Prepares case studies ;
• Works in cooperation with senior members of staff on specific projects such as research, consultancy and publications;
• Supervises student’s projects.

8.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• A Master’s degree in relevant field of study from recognized higher learning institutions precede by a Bachelor degree of at least 3.8 GPA.

8.1.4 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of PHTS 8/9 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.

8.2 ASSISTANT LECTURER (BANKING) - 1 POST
8.2.1 DUTY STATION: MWANZA
 
8.2.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Conducts lectures, research, tutorial seminars ;
• Prepares case studies ;
• Works in cooperation with senior members of staff on specific projects such as research, consultancy and publications;
• Supervises student’s projects.

8.2.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• A Master’s degree in relevant field of study from recognized higher learning institutions precede by a Bachelor degree of at least 3.8 GPA.

8.2.4 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of PHTS 8/9 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.

8.3 ASSISTANT LECTURER ( INSURANCE) - 1 POST
8.3.1 DUTY STATION: MWANZA
8.3.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Conducts lectures, research, tutorial seminars ;
• Prepares case studies ;
• Works in cooperation with senior members of staff on specific projects such as research, consultancy and publications;
• Supervises student’s projects.

8.3.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• A Master’s degree in relevant field of study from recognized higher learning institutions precede by a Bachelor degree of at least 3.8 GPA.

8.3.4 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of PHTS 8/9 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.

8.4 ASSISTANT LECTURER (SOCIAL PROTECTION) - 1 POST


8.4.1 DUTY STATION: MWANZA
8.4.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Conducts lectures, research, tutorial seminars ;
• Prepares case studies ;
• Works in cooperation with senior members of staff on specific projects such as research, consultancy and publications;
• Supervises student’s projects.
 
8.4.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• A Master’s degree in relevant field of study from recognized higher learning institutions precede by a Bachelor degree of at least 3.8 GPA.

8.4.4 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of PHTS 8/9 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.

8.5 ASSISTANT LECTURER ( MATHEMATICS) - 1 POST


8.5.1 DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM
8.5.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Conducts lectures, research, tutorial seminars ;
• Prepares case studies ;
• Works in cooperation with senior members of staff on specific projects such as research, consultancy and publications;
• Supervises student’s projects.

8.5.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• A Master’s degree in relevant field of study from recognized higher learning institutions precede by a Bachelor degree of At least 3.8 GPA.

8.5.4 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of PHTS 8/9 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.

8.6 ASSISTANT LECTURER (DEVELOPMENT STUDIES) - 1 POST
8.6.1 DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM
8.6.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Conducts lectures, research, tutorial seminars ;
• Prepares case studies ;
• Works in cooperation with senior members of staff on specific projects such as research, consultancy and publications;
• Supervises student’s projects.

8.6.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• A Master’s degree in relevant field of study from recognized higher learning institutions precede by a Bachelor degree of at least 3.8 GPA.
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8.6.4 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of PHTS 8/9 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.

8.7 ASSISTANT LECTURERS (BANKING) - 2 POSTS


8.7.1 DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM
8.7.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• This position is mostly for new recruits who are in a training situation thus their duties are mainly concerned with;
• Conducts lectures, research, tutorial seminars ;
• Prepares case studies ;
• Works in cooperation with senior members of staff on specific projects such as research, consultancy and publications;
• Supervises student’s projects.

8.7.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• A Master’s degree in relevant field of study from recognized higher learning institutions precede by a Bachelor degree of at least 3.8 GPA.

8.7.4 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of PHTS 8/9 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.

8.8 ASSISTANT LECTURER (INSURANCE) - 1 POST


8.8.1 DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM
8.8.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Conducts lectures, research, tutorial seminars ;
• Prepares case studies ;
• Works in cooperation with senior members of staff on specific projects such as research, consultancy and publications;
• Supervises student’s projects.

8.8.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• A Master’s degree in relevant field of study from recognized higher learning institutions precede by a Bachelor degree of at least 3.8 GPA.

8.8.4 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of PHTS 8/9 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.
 

8.9 ASSISTANT LECTURER (SOCIAL PROTECTION) - 1 POST
8.9.1 DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM
8.9.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Conducts lectures, research, tutorial seminars ;
• Prepares case studies ;
• Works in cooperation with senior members of staff on specific projects such as research, consultancy and publications;
• Supervises student’s projects.

8.9.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• A Master’s degree in relevant field of study from recognized higher learning institutions precede by a Bachelor degree of at least 3.8 GPA.

8.9.4 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of PHTS 8/9 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.

8.10 WARDEN I – 2 POSTS


8.10.1 DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM AND MWANZA
8.10.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• In-charge of the maintenance of hostels including rooms, offices and compounds;
• Takes order of all facilities needed for executing his/her duties;
• Coordinates academic advice for students in collaboration with academic advisors;
• Coordinates students’ cultural, recreational and sports activities.

8.10.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Holder of first degree in Education, Psychology, Social Work or equivalent qualifications from recognized higher learning Institutions with at least five (5) years relevant work experience in similar position or holder of Masters degree in Education, Psychology and other relevant social science disciplines from recognized higher learning Institutions.

8.10.4 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of PGSS 12/13 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.

8.11 PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER GRADE I – 1 POST


8.11.1 DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM
8.11.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 


•Collects and compiles information which shall assist in the preparation of Annual reports, booklets, speeches, prospectus etc.
• Liaises with the mass media on press matters relating to IFM
• Ensure proper recording and filing of press cuttings for public relations and Responses.
• Assists in organizing official functions and tours for the Institute’s visitors
• Receives visitors and Board members and arranges, for their hotel accommodation
• Draft replies to general correspondences directed to the Institute.


8.11.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Holder of a University degree or equivalent qualification in Journalism, Mass Communication, Public Relation or equivalent qualification from a recognized higher Learning Institution with at least 5 years relevant work experience in similar position. Or Master degree in Public Relation, Mass Communication, Administration, and Management from a recognized University.

8.11.4 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of PGSS 12/13 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.

8.12 SUPPLIES OFFICER GRADE I – DSM (2 POSTS)


8.12.1 DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM
8.12.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Assists in establishing stock levels and timely replacements of stocks.
• Prepares purchase requisitions/orders upon approval by his/her superior.
• Receives and issues vouchers, delivery notes and invoices.
• Responsible for the safety and accounting of all stocks in the store;
• Responsible for purchasing process of approved regulations.

8.12.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Holder of first degree or equivalent qualification in Material Management from recognized higher learning Institutions with CSP or equivalent qualifications with at least five years relevant work experience or holder of a relevant Master degree plus CSP.

8.12.4 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of PGSS 13/14 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.
 
8.13 PERSONAL SECRETARY GRADE I - 3 POSTS


8.13.1 DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM AND MWANZA
8.13.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Works for the Heads of a Department;
• Sorts out files in order of urgency before giving them to the office concerned for actions;
• Drafts business letters, types and dispatches them as may be directed by the Officer working for;
• Attends to telephone calls and takes messages and ensures prompt delivery to the concerned;
• Ensures filing of all the copies of correspondences coming to or going out of the office are property done;
• Prepares documentation and organize logistics and administrative matters for meetings and conferences.

8.13.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Holder of Certificate of Secondary Education or Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education with a one year certificate in secretarial studies with five years relevant work experience or holder of an Ordinary Diploma in Secretarial studies from recognized institutions with three years work experience.

8.13.4 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of PGSS 7/8 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.

8.14 RECORDS MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT GRADE I – 2 POST


8.14.1 DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM AND MWANZA
8.14.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Retrieves documents, files and other types of records for use by relevant officers;
• Maintains proper records of incoming and outgoing files and documents.
• Analyzes lists, put labels and arranges documents/files in classified indexes in different categories;
• Puts records/documents/files in file racks/cabinets in registry;
• Put records (letters, minutes etc) in appropriate files and repositories.

8.14.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 
•Holder of Certificate of Secondary Education with a one year certificate in records Management with five (5) years work experience or Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education who has obtained a Certificate in Records Management or equivalent qualification from recognized institutions with three years work experience or Ordinary Diploma in records Management from recognized institution with three years work Experience.
8.14.4 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of PGSS 7/8 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.

8.15 LIBRARIY ASSISTANT I - I 3 POSTS

8.15.1 DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM AND MWANZA
8.15.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Prepare orders of book
• Receive new materials
• Circulates work related
• Lends out and receives in books
• Undertake cataloguing, indexing
• Assists the acquisition and periodicals function of the library

8.15.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Holder of Certificate of Secondary Education with a one year certificate in Library and documentation from recognized institutions with (5) years work experience or Advance Certificate of secondary Education with two principal passes plus relevant Certificate in Library and documentation from recognized institution or holder of a relevant ordinary Diploma with at least 3 yrs work experience.

8.15.4 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of PGSS 7/8 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.

8.16 RECEPTIONIST GRADE I – 2 POSTS
8.16.1 DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM
8.16.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Collects and compiles information for internal directory
• Ensures proper recording and filing of staff particulars in the internal telephone and office directory
• Attends visitors, messages and direct them accordingly;
 
•Receive visitors, messages and direct them accordingly;
• Liaise with Estate Office for repair of telephone lines which are out of order
• Operates switch boards with at least 50 extensions

8.16.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Holder of Certificate of Secondary Education with a one year certificate in telephone operation or front desk/reception administration or equivalent qualifications from recognized Institution with at least (5) years work experience in similar position or holder of an Ordinary Diploma in telephone operation, tourism, public relation or equivalent qualifications from recognized Institution with at least three years relevant work experience.
8.16.4 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of PGSS 7/8 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.

8.17 OFFICE ATTENDANT GRADE I – 2 POSTS
8.17.1 DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM AND MWANZA
8.17.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Moves files and documents; and transmits messages within and outside the Institution;
• Undertakes packaging, binding, photocopying and related activities;
• Moves machines, office furniture and equipment, stationery as may be required by supervisors;
• Prepares and serves tea to senior staff;
• Dispatches letters and other documents as may be directed.

8.17.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Holder of Certificate of Secondary Education with at least five (5) years relevant work experience in similar position.

8.17.4 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of POSS 6/PGSS 5 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.

8.18 SECURITY GUARD GRADE I – 6 POSTS
8.18.1 DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM
8.18.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Keeps guard of sensitive areas where security is required
 
•Reports incidents of theft to superiors
• Takes preventive measures against possible theft and insecurity
• Assists in planning and assigning duties to subordinate staff

8.18.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Holder of Certificate of Secondary Education with Militia training Phase II or National Services training or equivalent training with at least five (5) years relevant work experience in similar position. Must be vetted by the Police.

8.18.4 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of POSS 6/PGSS 5 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.

9.0 TANZANIA COMMISSION FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (COSTECH)

Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH) is a public Institution established by an Act of Parliament No.7 of 1986. By the Act COSTECH is mandated to promote and coordinate research; promote technology development transfer, acquire, store and disseminate Scientific and technological information to the general public, the overall objective of the mandate is to stimulate and promote Social and economic development. The Commission is undergoing remarkable modernization including structural changes and implementation of new and more attractive scheme of service and competitive salary structure. The following positions are vacant and require to be filled as soon as possible.


9.1 CHIEF RESEARCH OFFICER (TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION) – 1 POST
9.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Deal with all matters relating to development and transfer of technologies for urban and rural use including formulation and review of related policies;
• Identify and document technology needs for various target groups (stakeholders) and prepare strategies and plans for intervention;
• Mobilize resources by conceptualizing and developing programs/projects for soliciting internal and external fund;
• Scout for new, emerging and imported technologies, identify recipients and set strategies for adoption and scaling purposes;
• Popularize the use of environmentally friendly technologies;
• To coordinate and promote technology innovation activities at all levels in the relevant clusters and fields/sectors of the economy;
 
•To keep up to date inventory of technology innovations in R&D institutions, academic, government and private sector;
• To be abreast with new and emerging technology and prepare strategies for acquiring and adaptation;
• To mobilize resources to compliment support from the government for supporting technology innovation activities in the country;
• Any other duties as may be assigned by the Director.

9.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• The successful candidate must have a PhD in Engineering, Economics, Sociology or related discipline with work experience of at least five years;
• Must have published not less than 10 papers in recognized journals with demonstrated skills in technology innovation activities, negotiation and entrepreneurship;
• Must have proven track records of 3 years of innovation projects.

9.1.3 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of: COSS 13


9.2 SENIOR OFFICE ASSISTANT – 1 POST
9.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Cleaning and tidying up of offices, office buildings, toilets, furniture, equipment and surrounding areas;
• Carries office files and documents from one office to another;
• Dispatch letters and parcels including all types of inter-communication;
• Deliver and collect mail and parcels from and to various people and places;
• Assist in sending and receiving messages;
• Assist in photocopying and printing;
• Opens office doors in time and closes the after office hours;
• Prepare tea for staff and visitors;
• Cleaning cups and teapots;
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned by the immediate supervisor from time to time.

9.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Holder of Certificate Secondary Education with passes in English and Kiswahili with at least seven years experience in relevant field;
• Must be fluency in both English and Kiswahili;
 
•Possession of Trade Test 1 in electricity from a recognized institution will be an added advantage;
9.2.3 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of salary: COSS 4

10.0 MINISTRY OF MINERALS AND ENERGY


10.1.1 ENGINEER II (MINERALS PROCESSING ENGINEER) – 9 POSTS.
10.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Preparation of mineral sample for analysis.
• Preparation of flux pulverizes and splits into samples for analysis.
• Preparation of chemical solutions for use in sample analysis.
• Preparation of lead buttons into cubes.
• Performs any other official duties as may be assigned by the immediate supervisor.

10.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor degree in Minerals Processing Engineering or Chemistry or related field from recognized institution.

10.1.4 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of TGS E

X.M. DAUDI
Secretary
Public Service Recruitment Secretariat

CITCC (TANZANIA) LIMITED

CARRIER OPPORTUNITIES AT CITCC TANZANIA LIMITED

China International Telecommunication Construction Cooperation (CITCC), a subsidiary of China Telecommunication Construction Cooperation (CITCC), a subsidiary of China Telecom is one of the largest and most comprehensive contractors in the telecommunications industry with headquarters in China and presence in Tanzania, Congo DRC, Nigeria, Ghana, Mauritius and Worldwide. CITCC is equipped with powerful engineering and hi-tech capability in the field of telecommunication engineering and construction. In Tanzania, CITCC operates as CITCC Tanzania Limited and has implemented the National ICT Broadband Backbone (NICTBB) Project Phase I & II which is the largest ICT infrastructure in the East African Regional. Currently, CITCC Tanzania Limited is the preparatory stages to implement the NICTBB Phase III.

In order to successfully deliver the project within timelines, CITCC now invites interested qualified professionals to apply for the following positions:

Project Specialist Engineer (12 Posts)

Reporting to: Project Manager

Duty Station: Country Wide

Qualifications of Successful Candidate

  • A University Degree in Engineering (Electronics, Telecommunications, Electrical or Computer Systems)
  • Minimum of five years of e relevant work experience in Optic fibre networks, Data Centres and Data Communications.
  • Registration with the Engineers Registration Board under Professional Engineers category
  • Fluency in English Language
  • Working knowledge of Chinese Language would be an added advantage.

Project Material Administrator (8 Posts)

Reporting to: Project Material Admin Manager

Duty Station: Country Wide

Qualifications of Successful Candidate

  • A University Degree in Business (Administration, Procurement and Logistics or equivalent)
  • Minimum of five years of relevant work experience in project materials handling and management.
  • Fluency in English Language.
  • Working knowledge of Chinese Language would be an added advantage.

Project Administrator (10 posts)

Reporting to: Project Admin Manager Duty Station: Country Wide

Qualifications of Successful Candidate

  • A University Degree in Engineering (Electronics, Telecommunications, Electrical  or Computer Systems)
  • Minimum of five years of relevant work experience in Optic fibre networks, Data Centres and Data Communications.
  • Sound knowledge of Project Management
  • Fluency in English Language.
  • Working knowledge of Chinese Language would be an added advantage.

Project Accountant (10 Posts)

Reporting to: Project Account’s Manager

Duty Station: Country Wide

Qualifications of Successful Candidate

  • A University Degree in Accountancy, Finance or equivalent
  • Minimum of five years of relevant work experience in donor funded projects.
  • Sound knowledge of Chinese Language for Chinese financial report writing.
  • Fluency in English Language.
  • Registration by the NBAA as CPA holder would be an added advantage.

Project Specialist Interpreter (10 posts)

Reporting to: Project Managers

Duty Station: Country Wide

Qualifications of Successful Candidate

  • A University Degree in Language  Studies Preferably, Kiswahili, English and Chinese
  • Certification of English and Chinese Language as a Chinese Interpreter
  • Minimum of three years of relevant work experience in Chinese – English translation
  • Fluency in English Language
  • Sound knowledge of Chinese Language for Chinese financial report writing.

Tenure and Remuneration

A competitive salary will be offered to the right candidates for the posts. CITCC is an equal opportunity employer and staff will be employed on a one year contracts that are renewable upon satisfactory performance.

Mode of Application

Application Letter with Curriculum Vitae (CV) with two referees and Copies of certificates should be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. on before 16:00hrs, 26th August 2014.

Only short- listed candidates meeting the above criteria for each position shall be invited for interview. Lobbying and canvassing for employment will not be entertained and may work to the candidates’ disadvantage.

Source: The Guardian

 



 VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH) is a national body established by the Act of Parliament No. 7 of 1986. COSTECH’s mission is to foster knowledge based economy through promotion, coordination of research, technology development and innovation for sustainable development in Tanzania. COSTECH is the principal advisory organ to the Government on all matters pertaining to Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) and their application for socio-economic development of the country. COSTECH, together with partners from the Tanzanian private and academic sectors, and InfoDev have developed an ICT Business Incubator in Dar es Salaam (Dar Teknohama Business Incubator (DTBi) LTD) to support ICT (Information and Communications Technology) Companies with high growth potential and support creative and innovative ideas of Tanzania Youth including start-ups to mature into productive companies. This is an autonomous and private sector driven entity assisting early stage ICT companies by lowering the cost of business and increasing the chances of business survival. In accomplishing the above requirement, the Incubator has an immediate opening and would like to invite qualified and competent Tanzania nationals to fill the following position soonest. Women are encouraged to apply:

Job Title: Administrative Assistant (AA) – 1 Position


Position

 Position Scope and Purpose
The Administrative Assistant will be responsible for administrative support functions in the Incubator.
Duties and Responsibilities
• Answers telephones and transfer to appropriate staff members and in-house clients.
• Monitors entry into the Incubator and meets and greets clients and visitors.
• Create and modify documents using the Microsoft Office application.
• Performs general clerical duties to include but not limited to: photocopying, faxing, mailing and filing.
• Maintain hard copy and electronic filing system.
• Sign for and distribute packages.
• Request for quotations, and order goods and services as instructed by procurement authority.
• Coordinate and maintain records for office space, phones, basic book keeping, etc.
• Set up appointments and coordinates meetings and conferences.
• Maintain and distribute documents.
• Collect and maintain Incubator PC/Peripherals/Asset inventory.
• Support staff in assigned project based work.

 
Provide office orientation for new employees and clients.
• Setup/supervise accommodation and logistical arrangements for guests and participants of DTBi events
• Prepare staff payroll
• Manage petty cash
• Prepare invoices and payment vouchers
• Perform banking transactions and carryout reconciliations
• Prepare monthly cash collection and payment report


Self-Improvement
Keep up to date with developments in administration as these relate to the objectives of the Teknohama Incubator.

Working Conditions
Requested to work outside office hours to meet deadlines and/or in crisis situations.
Academic Qualifications

A Degree in administration/office management or an equivalent qualification with at least three yrs relevant experience. A Diploma with 5 yrs. relevant experience may be considered.

Skills/Knowledge/Experience

Skills
• Computer literacy
• Written and verbal communication skill
• Service Management
• Organizational and planning skills
• Multi-task under tight deadlines
• Basic book keeping knowledge
• Excellent inter-personal skills required
• Ability to micro-manages one-self and be results oriented.

Knowledge
• Thorough and demonstrated knowledge of the administration of a small to medium sized company.

Experience
• At least 3 years of experience.
• Fluency in both written and spoken English and Swahili.

Other
Performs other job related duties as necessary or as assigned by the Head of Incubator.

Salary
Salary attached to the above position is attractive and competitive, negotiable according to qualifications and experiences.

MODE OF APPLICATION:
Applications with full particulars of the applicant, interested candidate should forward the application letter outlining how she/he is suitable for the position, attaching up-to-date curriculum vitae, copies of certificates, at least one reference letter and three names of referees with contacts to the following address below:

The Chief Executive Officer
Dar Teknohama Business Incubator (DTBi)
P. O. Box 4302
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania


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Source: The Guardian.

Human Resources Officer, Arusha

Closing date: Wednesday, 3 September 2014

 

Posting Title: HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER, P3

Job Code Title: HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER

Department/ Office

International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda

Duty Station

ARUSHA

Posting Period

4 August 2014-3 September 2014

Job Opening number

14-HRE-ICTR-36332-R-ARUSHA (T)

United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity

Organizational Setting and Reporting

This position is located in the Human Resources and Planning Section, Division of Administrative Support Services in Arusha. The incumbent will be under the general supervision and guidance of the Chief, Human Resources and Planning Section.

Responsibilities

Within delegated authority, the Human Resources Officer will be responsible for the following duties:

GENERAL:

Provides advice and support to managers and staff on human resources related matters.

Prepares special reports and participates and/or leads special human resources projects.

Keeps abreast of developments in various areas of human resources.

RECRUITMENT AND PLACEMENT:

Identifies upcoming vacancies in coordination with client offices.

Reviews Job Openings, and applications and provides a short-list to those offices.

Reviews recommendation on the selection of candidate by client offices.

Serves as ex-officio in appointment and promotion bodies, examinations boards, and prepares and presents cases to these bodies.

Prepares job offers for successful candidates.

Monitors and evaluates recruitment and onboarding related activities of client offices, and recommends changes or corrections related to procedures to these offices.

Supervises and monitors the work of the Human Resources Assistants in carrying out all human resources administrative transactions including preparation of personnel actions, maintenance of staffing tables, and processing of contracts.

ADMINISTRATION OF ENTITLEMENTS:

Provides advice on interpretation and application of policies, regulations and rules. Reviews and provides advice on exceptions to policies, regulation and rules.

Administers and provides advice on salary and related benefits, travel, and social security entitlements.

Determines and recommends benefits and entitlements for staff on the basis of contractual status.

Reviews policies and procedures and recommends changes as required.

Reviews and recommends level of remuneration for consultants.

Supervises and monitors the work of the Human Resources Assistants in carrying out all human resources administrative transactions including preparation of personnel actions and extensions of contracts.

Monitors and follows up on ICTR separations with colleagues in Ney York, with Payroll and with the UNJSPF in relation to payments of final benefits.

Provides data on staff separations on a regular basis.

OTHER DUTIES:

Advises and counsels staff in respect of rights, responsibilities, code of conduct and difficulties associated with work and entitlements.

Conducts and coordinates salary surveys assessing the labor market and establishes salaries and related allowances of locally-recruited staff.

Prepares classification analysis of jobs in Professional and General Service and related categories.

Provides guidance to programme managers on the application of classification policies and procedures.

Assists in preparing policy papers, position papers and briefing notes on human resources related issues.

Competencies

PROFESSIONALISM: Knowledge of human resources policies, practices and procedures and ability to apply them in an organizational setting. Ability to identify issues, formulate opinions, make conclusions and recommendations. Shows pride in work and in achievements; demonstrates professional competence and mastery of subject matter; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results; is motivated by professional rather than personal concerns; shows persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges; remains calm in stressful situations. 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 audience; demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed.

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.

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.

CLIENT ORIENTATION: Considers all those to whom services are provided to be "clients" and seeks to see things from clients' point of view; establishes and maintains productive partnerships with clients by gaining their trust and respect; identifies clients' needs and matches them to appropriate solutions; monitors ongoing developments inside and outside the clients' environment to keep informed and anticipate problems; keeps clients informed of progress or setbacks in projects; meets timeline for delivery of products or services to client.

Education

Advanced university degree (Master's degree or equivalent) in human resources management, business or public administration, social sciences, education or related area. A first-level university degree in combination with qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.

Work Experience

A minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience in human resources management of which the last four years must be within the UN System. Qualifying years of experience calculated following the receipt of the first level university degree recognised by the United Nations. Other Skills: In-depth grasp of human resources concepts. Ability to express clearly and concisely, both orally and writing and to apply basic principles of human resources management to the problems encountered on the job. Must have experience and thorough knowledge in the applications and interpretation of the United Nations Staff Rules and Regulations and conditions of services for judges of the Tribunal. Must have good knowledge of contemporary computer software applications including FPMS, IMIS and INSPIRA. Must be familiar with UMOJA and HR business processes.

Languages

Fluency in one of the working languages of the UN Secretariat, English or French, (both oral and written) is required; Knowledge of another UN official language is an advantage.

Assessment Method

Evaluation of qualified candidates may include an assessment exercise which may be followed by competency-based interview.

United Nations Considerations

The United Nations shall place no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. (Charter of the United Nations - Chapter 3, article 8). The United Nations Secretariat is a non-smoking environment.

Candidates will be required to meet the requirements of Article 101, paragraph 3, of the Charter as well as the requirements of the position. The United Nations is committed to the highest standards of efficiency, competence and integrity for all its human resources, including but not limited to respect for international human rights and humanitarian law. Candidates may be subject to screening against these standards, including but not limited to whether they have committed, or are alleged to have committed criminal offences and/or violations of international human rights law and international humanitarian law.

No Fee

THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE AT ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS (APPLICATION, INTERVIEW MEETING, PROCESSING, OR TRAINING). THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CONCERN ITSELF WITH INFORMATION ON APPLICANTS' BANK ACCOUNTS.

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