Sunday, September 21, 2014

Top banner

LOGO

Top logo

Top Ads

WWF             for a living planet

VACANCY- Administration and Logistics Officer

World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) seeks to recruit a suitably qualified and experienced individual to work as Administration and Logistics Officer with key focus on office assets management and fleet management. Under the supervision of the Operations Manager, the Logistics Officer will take responsibility of the Logistics functions of Tanzania Country Officer (TCO), Coastal East African Geographical Initiative (CEA GI) Programme. He/ She will also liaise with the Field Office to ensure effective coordination of Administration standards and Implementation of WWF policies and procedure across all TCO programs and CEA GI Offices.

Main Duties and Responsibilities: Maintains an up-to date database of WWF Tanzania asset records by location and department; Facilities the disposal of obsolete assets in compliance with the WWF Asset Disposal Policy and Guidelines; Monitors the Car Tracking System to capture fuel usage, Driver’s behaviour and reports on violations to facilitate behavioural change and ensure effective and efficient fleet management; prepares monthly and weekly WWF Tanzania transportation plans; Supervises Drivers and ensure that they comply with WWF Tanzania driver’s rules and regulations including filling in and signing log books; Conduct performance appraisals to drivers and other staff reporting to you; Perform other related duties as assigned by Supervisor.

Requirements: At least a Bachelor’s degree in Transport and logistics management, Business Administration or related field; Minimum of 3 year’s professional experience in logistics operations ideally with working with International NGOs; Previous work experience with international organizations involved in environmental and/or community issues; Proven ability in supply chain management and logistics; Excellent written and oral communication skills; and Fluency in English and Kiswahili Languages.

Additional information, including Terms of Reference, can be obtained at WWF Offices. Applicants must include a complete CV with full contact details of three referees and should be addressed to the People & Organization Development Manager through This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Monday 15th September 2014 are 4:30 pm. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Source: The Guardian (Monday September 8, 2014).

CAREER OPPORTUNITY

FANIKIWA MICROFINANCE COMPANY is a fast-profit, triple-bottom line Microfinance Institution in Tanzania, providing demand-oriented financial services aimed at empowering rural and peri-urban communities and individuals and enabling them to realize their full potential to improve their livelihood. We provided demand –oriented and innovative solutions to micro, small and medium entrepreneurs in unserved and underserved segments and areas in Tanzania, with focus on agricultural value chains and women. We operate in Dar es Salaam (head office and branch), Mwanza, Arusha, Korogwe and Zanzibar, where we serve more than 3,000 entrepreneurs with both individual and group loans.

As part of our successful Organization Re-Design process, Fanikiwa is seeking to recruit a qualified highly motivated, performance driven and experienced Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

ABOUT THE POSITION

The CEO has the overall responsibility to implement the company strategy as agreed with the Board of Directors, and to actively give direction and leadership toward the achievement of Fanikiwa’s vision, mission, and its annual goals and objectives. The CEO is supported by the Senior Management Team and reports directly to the Chairperson of the Board. Based in Dar es Salaam, few travels inside the country and abroad are required.

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

  • The successful candidate must have worked in the microfinance sector in East Africa for more than 5 years, at least 3 in a senior management position.
  • A track record of achieving targets , managing change and building strong relationships with senior people both within the company and the wider community
  • Ability to think strategically and commercially, to initiate and drive an agenda, and to motivate and guide a team of professionals.
  • Excellent communication skills in Kiswahili and English are essential.

MODE OF APPLICATION

Qualified candidates should forward their application with a cover letter, a detailed CV and copies of certificates. The CV should include addresses of three referees, one of them being the current or latest employer. Only short-listed applications will be contacted for interview.

Deadline of Submission of Application is the 26th September 2014 at 5pm.

Application should be addressed to:

Fanikiwa Microfinance Company Limited

P. O. Box 57, DSM

Ubungi Plaza, West Wing-9th floor

Morogoro Road, Dar es Salaam

Or via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Source: The Guardian (Monday September 8, 2014)


Macroeconomic and Financial Management
Institute of Eastern and Southern Africa

 

JANUARY 2015 VACANCIES

1) Information Technology Officer
2) Human Resources Officer
3) Programme Officer – Macroeconomic Management Programme

The Macroeconomic and Financial Management Institute of Eastern and Southern Africa (MEFMI) is a regionally owned
Institute with 13 member countries, currently: Angola, Botswana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia,
Rwanda, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Established in 1997 under an expanded mandate,
MEFMI was founded with the view to building sustainable capacity in identified key areas in ministries of finance, planning
commissions and central banks, or equivalent institutions. MEFMI strives to improve sustainable human and institutional
capacity in the critical areas of macroeconomic and financial management; foster best practices in related institutions; and
bring emerging risks and opportunities to the fore among executive level officials. MEFMI seeks to achieve, within its
member states, prudent macroeconomic management, competent and efficient management of public finances, sound,
efficient and stable financial sectors and stable economies with strong and sustained growth. The long term objective is
to contribute to the poverty reduction process among people in MEFMI’s operational zone of Eastern and Southern Africa.

The MEFMI Secretariat is based in Harare, Zimbabwe.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified nationals of member states to fill the following positions:

 
REF: 012015ITO – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICER
 
Job Summary

The incumbent will report to the Director Finance and Administration. He/she will be responsible for planning, designing,
implementing and maintaining secure and effective information and communication technology (ICT) systems for the
Institute.

Key Performance Areas

1) Contributes to the development of and implements the MEFMI information communication technology (ICT) strategy.
2) Prepares and implements the ICT budget.
3) Procures and installs computer hardware and software.
4) Manages the electronic communication infrastructure (equipment and network services)
5) Maintains the Institute’s management information system which includes the accounting system, HR system, Payroll,
Employee Self- Service and capacity building activity database.
6) Supports the computer based debt management systems by configuring and installing the applications.
7) Implements and maintains the disaster recovery plan, back up procedures and information security and control
structures.
8) Provides user support, training, advice and updates.
9) Is responsible for ICT Administration (maintenance, repairs and service contracts).
10) Supervises support staff.

 
Academic Qualifications, Experience and Competencies
a) A degree in Information Communication Technology (ICT)/ Computer Science or equivalent. A post graduate
qualification in ICT or related field will be an added advantage.
b) Experience and/or Training in Data Communications
c) Experience and/or Training in TCP/IP Standard
d) 5 years hands on experience in supporting LAN/WAN environment
e) 5 years of progressive ICT experience in planning, design, development, implementation and maintenance of
computer information systems at middle management level.
f) Hands on experience in maintaining management information systems
g) Excellent planning and organisation skills and ability to meet deadlines.
h) Excellent written and verbal skills.
i) Strong interpersonal skills.
j) Cooperation and Team Spirit.
k) Experience in conducting formal and informal training for other staff will be an added advantage.
l) Experience in implementing ICT Disaster recovery plan will be an added advantage.
m) Leadership skills and ability to operate at both strategic and operational levels.

REF: 022015HRO – HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER

Job Summary
The incumbent will report to the Director of Finance and Administration. He/she will be responsible for developing and
implementing Human Resources (HR) policies, procedures and systems. He/she will also provide HR services to all staff
and undertake administrative functions.

Key Performance Areas

1) Contributes to the development of and implements MEFMI strategy on human resources management and
development.
2) Prepares and implements the HR and administration budget.
3) Develops and implements human resources policies and procedures.
4) Assists line managers and staff to understand and comply with human resources policies and procedures.
5) Facilitates the recruitment and selection of competent staff and prepares the relevant documentation.
6) Administers, coordinates and maintains the performance management system.
7) Develops the staff learning and development plan and coordinates and implements staff learning and development
programmes to ensure compliance with identified or emerging needs.
8) Manages the Human Resources Management Information System.
9) Develops, recommends, implements and maintains reward systems that enable the attraction and retention of the
best talent.
10) Facilitates the Institute’s participation in remuneration surveys with comparators to ensure competitive
compensation.
11) Administers and maintains the Institutes’ job evaluation system to enable proper evaluation and grading of existing
and new jobs.
12) Advises Supervisors and employees on grievance and disciplinary issues and ensures that they are resolved in line
with the Institute’s’ policies and procedures and employment legislation.
13) Promotes and implements health and safety programmes at the work place.
14) Manages the Institute’s regional capacity building programme for Heads of Human Resources.
15) Contributes to MEFMI publications (e.g. quarterly progress and annual report) and prepares HR reports that meet
management information needs.
16) Facilitates the provision of administrative services (procurement of goods and services, office maintenance and
repairs)
17) Supervises support staff.

Academic Qualifications, Experience and Competencies

a) A degree in Human Resources Management or equivalent. A post graduate qualification in Human Resources
Management or related field will be an added advantage.
b) Membership of a Professional Human Resources or Personnel Institute.
c) 5 years of progressive work experience in Human Resources at middle management level.
d) Considerable knowledge of principles and practices in all aspects of human resources management.
e) Experience in the use of computerised management information systems will be an added advantage.
f) Experience in the use of Microsoft office.
g) Strong interpersonal skills and human relations handling skills at all levels.
h) Influencing and negotiating skills
i) Excellent written and verbal skills.
j) Excellent planning and organisation skills and ability to meet deadlines.
k) Experience in conducting formal and informal training for other staff will be an added advantage.
l) Ability to work in a multicultural professional environment.
m) Leadership skills and ability to operate at both strategic and operational levels.

REF: 032015PO - PROGRAMME OFFICER: MACROECONOMIC MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME

Job Summary

Reporting to the Director, Macroeconomic Management Programme, the incumbent will be responsible for carrying out
capacity building activities in Macroeconomic Management with special focus on collection, analysis, reporting and policy
actions of Foreign Private Capital, Balance of Payments and International Investment Promotion data in line with global
codes and standards in MEFMI member states, Regional Integration and Trade Issues, and Natural Resources
Management.

Key Performance Areas

1) Contributes to the MEFMI Strategy in respect of issues pertaining to Foreign Private Capital Monitoring and Analysis,
Balance of Payments and International Investment Promotion, Regional Integration and Trade Issues, and Natural
Resources Management, including the Programme’s Annual Work Programme and budget.
2) Assesses and updates member states’ capacity building needs in the areas of Foreign Private Capital Monitoring and
Analysis, Balance of Payments and International Investment Position, Regional Integration and Trade Issues, and
Natural Resources Management.
3) Rolls over the MEFMI private capital monitoring system (PCMS) to MEFMI member states and maintains and updates
the PCMS.
4) Plans and implements regional and in-country capacity building activities in private capital flows, monitoring and
analysis, including the designing of training materials.
5) Plans and implements regional and in-country capacity building activities in Balance of Payments and International
Investment Promotion, including the designing of training materials.

6) Plans and implements regional and in-country capacity building activities in Regional Integration and Trade.
7) Plans and implements regional and in-country capacity building activities in Natural Resources Management.
8) Participates in joint country missions with partner institutions.
9) Contributes to MEFMI’s publications.
10) Prepares in - house reports (e.g. Quarterly progress, annual and monitoring and evaluation reports).
11) Networks with peers, member states officials, other regional organisations and cooperating partners in PCMS,
Regional Integration and Trade Issues, and Natural Resources Management.
12) Participates in the selection, assessment and accreditation of Fellows and development of regional trainers.
13) Monitors timely inputs into MEFMI database of programme activities.

Academic Qualifications, Experience and Competencies

a) At least a Masters degree in Economics/Finance/Statistics or related discipline.
b) 5 Years relevant work experience in the Ministry of Finance or Economic Planning and Development (Economy)
or related government institutions, Central Bank or in a Regional or International organisation.
c) Proven hands-on experience in Balance of Payments and International Investment Position Statistics.
d) Exposure to macroeconomic analysis, policy design and investment analysis.
e) Exposure to international trade and regional integration issues and policy.
f) Exposure to Natural Resources Management issues.
g) Strong qualitative, quantitative and analytical skills.
h) Investment/monetary surveys experience would be an added advantage.
i) A MEFMI Fellowship in Private Capital Monitoring and Analysis or Balance of Payments and External Sector will
be an added advantage.
j) Computer literacy and knowledge of application of main software packages used in economic analysis.
k) Documented evidence of publications and research experience.
l) Ability to work long hours and under pressure including frequent assignments to member states.
m) Excellent facilitation and presentation skills.
n) Ability to work in a multicultural professional environment.
o) Excellent written and verbal skills.
p) Leadership skills and ability to operate at both strategic and operational levels.
q) Cooperation and Team Spirit.
r) Strong interpersonal skills

Benefits

The successful candidates for the above positions will be appointed on fixed term contracts at an attractive remuneration
package which includes a tax free salary paid in US dollars.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Applicants for the above vacant positions should submit written applications, clearly stating the position applied for,
accompanied by a detailed CV with names and addresses (including telephone, fax and e-mail) of three referees to be
received by 19 September, 2014.

MEFMI is an equal opportunity employer and female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.


Applications should be sent to:

The Executive Director

MEFMI

9 Earls Road

Alexandra Park

P.O. Box A1419

Avondale

Harare, ZIMBABWE

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. stating the position applied for and the reference e.g.; REF: 022015HRO – HUMAN
RESOURCES OFFICER


Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.


Source: Bank OF Tanzania (BoT).

 TANZANIA INTERNATIONAL CONTAINER TERMINAL SERVICES LTD


VACANCIES

Tanzania International Container Terminal Services Limited (TICTS) is a member of Hutchison Port Holings Group (HPH) of Hong Kong.
Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH ), a subsidiary of the multinational conglomerate Hutchison Whampoa Limited (HWL), is the world’s leading
port investor, developer and operator. The HPH network of port operations comprises 320 berths in 52 ports, spanning 26 countries
throughout Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, the Americas and Australia. Over the years, HPH has expanded internationally into the
logistics, transportation related and hotel businesses. These include cruise ship terminals, airport and hotel operations, istribution centres,
rail services and ship repair facilities. In 2012 the HPH port network handled a combined throughput of 76.8 million TEU worldwide.We are
seeking applications from suitably qualified, motivated individuals to fill various positions in our Operation Department.

Overall Purpose of Job

Generally the candidates will be responsible to work in Operation department to enable them to gain understanding of a broad range of
the company’s operations are carried out effectively and efficiently.

1. Management Trainee

Qualification and skills level

This occupation requires level of education and skills to enable the candidate perform assigned tasks in accordance with TICTS
working standards. The following are the minimum requirements

. Master’s degree in Transport and Logistics/Business Administration from a recognized institution,
. Computer literacy and possession of driving license will be an added advantage.
. At least two (2) years of working experience.
. Highest level of integrity and ethics compliance,
. Ability to communicate fluently in English and Swahili.


2. Data Recorders

Qualification and skills level

Applicants should possess Advance Certificates of Secondary Education.

. Candidates with Certificate or Diploma in Information Technology will have added advantage
. Highest level of integrity and ethics compliance,
. Ability to communicate fluently in English and Swahili,
. Work experience/Skills
. At least two (2) years working experience in data recording activities in a reputable company.


3. Terminal Operators 3

Qualification and skills level

Applicants should possess an O-Level Certificates of Secondary Education with driving license class C

• Highest level of integrity and ethics compliance,

• Ability to communicate fluently in English and Swahili,

. Work experience/Skills, at least two (2) years of working experience in operating the heavy Equipment’s
. Candidates certified to Operate Reach Stackers will have an added advantage.


4. Operations Supervisors / Controllers

This occupation requires level of education and skills to enable the candidate perform assigned tasks in accordance with TICTS
working standards. The following are the minimum requirements

. Applicants should possess University degree or its equivalent in Transport and Logistics/Business
Administration/Information Technology
. At least two (2) years operational experience preferably with Terminal or Shipping experiences at supervisory level.
. He /She must be computer literate with good command on MS Office applications, good communication skills in both
written English and Kiswahili together with the ability to work long hours.
. Possession of a Valid Driving License will be added advantage

If you feel that you meet the above criteria, please apply in the strictest confidence to the address below enclosing:

. Application letter


. A detailed curriculum vitae with certified copies of certificates and License
. Three referees who will not be contacted without your consent.

The closing date is 14th September 2014
 
. The Human Resources Manager,
. Tanzania International Container Terminal Services Ltd,
. P.O. Box 71442, Dar es Salaam
. Fax: 2134019 E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.




                        The Legal Services Facility is an independent Basket Fund

Supported by DANIDA and UKAID

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

The Legal Services Facility (LSF) offers a fast growing, high performance working environment
which provides support for the enhancement of legal aid and legal empowerment in Tanzania,
with emphasis on the protection of women’s rights. Through 47 implementing partners, the LSF
presently funds in all districts of Tanzania the setting up or improvement of basic legal aid
services. Additionally the fund is involved in and supports capacity building of legal aid
providers, advocacy for recognition of paralegals through legal aid legislation, innovative
approaches to legal aid and increasing awareness about the importance of legal aid and legal
empowerment in the development process.

The LSF is an equal opportunity employer and invites both women and men, who think they fulfil
the requirements and who are willing to go the extra mile, to apply for any of the positions
below.

1. Operations and Learning Manager

This consultant will oversee the implementation of LSF strategies developed, will contribute to
the formulation of medium term results and their measurement, will oversee an extensive pilot
project and will execute some other management tasks. The position is based at the LSF office
in Dar es Salaam and reports to the CEO/Fund Manager. Candidates need to be at least
available for the period from 1 October 2014 to 31 December 2015.

The position in particular includes:

. Formulation of essential result components in grant making and grant management;
. Effective improvement and implementation of a more comprehensive Monitoring and Results
System that includes outcome mapping and qualitative data sourcing and recording;
. Conceptualising and implementing legal empowerment;
. Conceptualising and implementing the development of the LSF and implementing partners
towards increasingly becoming learning organisations;
. Substantially contribute to LSF reporting and dissemination of lessons learned;
. Maintaining and building networks and develop and maintain communication.

Additionally, the position will oversee 1 planned pilot project in different parts of the country,
which will be implemented with 4 partners and which is to provide essential learning
components for the LSF program and will be instrumental toward institutionalising learning
within the LSF and within the partner organisations.

All tasks are to be implemented in close cooperation with the Fund Manager and other team
members in the LSF.

Requirements:

General Qualifications:

. Masters in law, social sciences or similar, preferably from a recognised university;
. More than 10 years’ experience working in increasingly senior positions in international
development programmes, preferably in legal sector reform, legal empowerment, paralegal
operations, results management and organisational learning.


Specific Qualifications

.Extensive experience in management and running of grant making programs targeting CSOs,
preferably in the legal sector;
. Extensive experience from Eastern Africa, in particular Tanzania;
. Extensive experience working with NGOs and CSOs as well as (local) governments;
. Good knowledge of international standard M&E systems (including outcome mapping);
. Good knowledge of communication/dissemination/PR. Excellent (report) writing skills;
. Knowledge of HRBA and processes of change is considered an advantage.
. Fluency in English and Kiswahili

2. Pilot Coordinator

The candidate will facilitate the implementation of a pilot project in Morogoro, Kilimanjaro and
Dar es Salaam, that will study the dynamics between paralegal service delivery, legal
empowerment and active, problem oriented involvement of local government authorities (LGAs),
including village and ward executives and councils, police (gender desk), judiciary and others,
following a theory of change approach and with the objective to contribute to improved
protection of women’s rights. The pilot project will be implemented with 4 partners. The position
is based in Dar es Salaam, but frequent travel to the pilot locations in Morogoro, Kilimanjaro and
Dar es Salaam is required. The Pilot Coordinator will report to the Operations and Learning
Manager. The pilot period is to start on 1 October 2014 and will finish on 31 December 2015.

The Pilot Coordinator, based on proposals developed by implementing partners, will oversee
and manage the implementation of the pilot project in the different locations. This will include:

. Reaching consensus with implementing partners and all local stakeholders, about the problem(s)
that the pilot project will attempt to resolve, create clarity and commitment about the role of each
of the stakeholders and come to an agreement with stakeholders in which each accepts its
responsibility and task and is prepared to be accountable for this.
. Built the capacity of the implementing partners towards results oriented project implementation by
facilitating training and workshops.
. In collaboration with implementing partners, built the capacity of paralegals and local government
authorities towards result oriented project implementation by facilitating training and workshops.
. Design in close collaboration with implementing partners, paralegals and LGAs a communication
and implementation structure and system that will facilitate the pilot project and provide a detailed
description of the process of implementation.
. Ensure that the media component is properly executed by a partner, including media training of
implementing partners on how to run a sustained local media campaign contributing to the
desired results of the local pilot. Ensure that implementing partners properly use the local media.
. Record the processes followed by the pilot project in the three different contexts and draw
lessons from the different approaches.
. Design a monitoring system involving LSF monitoring and results personnel, implementing
partners, paralegals and other stakeholders in order to maximize learning potential of the pilot.
. Facilitate a mid-term review and an end of pilot evaluation.
. Ensure the relevance of the pilots with a view to gaining experience in processes towards legal
empowerment.

All tasks are to be implemented in close cooperation with the Operations and Learning Manager
and other team members in the LSF.

Requirements:

General Qualifications:
. LLB, BA social sciences or similar from a recognised university; Master’s will be an advantage.
. More than 6 years’ experience working in increasingly senior positions in development
programmes or organisations, preferably in legal sector, legal empowerment, paralegal
operations, local governance, results management.

Specific Qualifications

.Extensive experience with community driven development processes in collaboration with local
government authorities. Positive perception of achieving results by forging working relations
between NGOs, CBOs, communities and LGAs;
. Extensive experience in both rural and urban Tanzania;
. Excellent training needs assessment, training/workshop design and facilitation skills;
. Good knowledge of M&E systems and techniques;
. Good knowledge of communication/dissemination. Excellent (report) writing skills
. Knowledge of HRBA and processes of change is considered an advantage
. Fluency in English and Kiswahili

3. Monitoring and Results Officer

The Monitoring and Results (M&R) Officer will report to and support the Monitoring and Results
Manager in data collection, analysis, and results oriented learning activities. S/he will provide
technical field support to the program partners (grantees) and provide M&R capacity building,
including training, mentoring and coaching on data collection and usage of the web-based M&R
system. The Monitoring and Results Officer will work closely with grantees to assess results of
the project and to assist in delivery of quality legal aid services and legal empowerment in
Tanzania. The position is based in Dar es Salaam with very regular travel to the field. M&R
Officer will be offered and initial contract for 1 year which will be renewable.

The position will be dealing with the following responsibilities and tasks:

. Support M&R activities of implementing partners including monitoring data quality and tracking
progress of activities.
. Support the M&R Manager in defining and refining project indicators of implementing partners as
well as monitoring them.
. Perform regular field visits to ensure the quality of data collected by implementing partners and
verify the accuracy of reported data.
. Monitor and perform quality assurance spot checks in project implementation sites.
. Guide data input into the web-based M&R system and check data quality
. Provide technical assistance to grantees to process and use data of the web-based M&R system.
. Assist in drafting and revising M&R documents and tools (e.g. logical framework, performance
monitoring plan, data flow charts and M&R manuals, data collection forms).
. Support implementing partners on ways to properly document, organize and capture the progress
of the project towards results, including success stories.
. Organize and provide training in M&R for implementing partners.
. Review grantee quarterly reports to identify lessons learned and implementation problems.
. Document findings of baseline reports conducted by grantees in project areas and guide the end
of project evaluation.

Qualifications

. Bachelor’s degree in Statistics, Project Management, Social Sciences and other relevant
academic background. Master’s degree is an advantage.
. Experience in making M&R systems work in large programs.
. At least three years experience in M&R and project management: participatory assessment and
monitoring, data collection, processing or analysis.
. Demonstrable understanding of both qualitative and quantitative methods.
. Experience in data processing with use of Excel, Access, SPSS, STATA, etc.
. Experience in using web–based or application system for M&R activities.
. Willing to undertake very regular field visits
. Fluent in Kiswahili and English

4. Driver

The driver will make sure that at all times the office vehicle is kept in excellent working
condition, clean and is driven safely and comfortably for passengers at acceptable speed
according to road requirements.

The driver is to ensure at all times:

. Safety and security of passengers;
. Safety and security of the vehicle.

Other responsibilities and tasks are:

. Daily checks the condition of the vehicle and performs routine checks etc.;
. Ensures that tools are neatly stored in the vehicle and are sufficient and always available;
. Ensures dates of proper licensing are maintained;
. Takes the vehicle for servicing and supervises it is done properly;

. Maintains the vehicle logbook;
. Immediately reports any maintenance or vehicle condition issues for further action;
. Delivers mail, cheques or other matters, whenever necessary;
. Will undertake field trips all over Tanzania as and when required;

Requirements

. Valid driving license
. At least 5 years experience as a professional driver
. Form 4 leaver
. Fluent in Kiswahili and basic English

5. How to apply ?


If you think you are qualified for and interested in one of the above positions, than please send,
or, preferably, hand deliver in an envelope on which the position for which you apply is
written and which at least contains:

your printed and signed application letter, CV, copies of certificates and the names of three
referees to the address below:

Fund Manager

Legal Services Facility

Bima Street, Nyati Rd, Mikocheni B

P.O.Box 31480

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania Tel: 0222 781061

The deadline for receipt of applications is Friday 12 September 2014 at 4:00 p.m.


Saturday, 06 September 2014 05:45

NAFASI MPYA ZA KAZI TRA, MWISHO SEPTEMBA 17, 2014

Written by

RECEPTIONISTS

Purpose of the Job

To attend visitors and make sure that they are directed to the respective offices.

Major Activities of the Job

(i)         Attend and register to all visitors by directing them to the respective offices.

(ii)        Ensure that the reception area is clean and tidy all times.

(iii)       Assist visitors and take messages where necessary.

(iv)       Forward messages to appropriate offices.

(v)        Report any bad events occurring in his/her place of work.

(vi)       Perform any other duties assigned by supervisor.

 Minimum Job Requirements

Qualification

(i)         Form VI.

(ii)        Certificate in Front Office Management or its equivalent  from a recognized institution.

Experience

(i)         Six (6) months of experience in a large organization

(ii)        Experience in customer care, front office management skills will be added advantage.

Key Competences

(i) Teamwork

(ii) Customer Focus

(iii) Change Orientation

(iv) Performance and Accountability

(v) Integrity

 GENERAL

Applicants MUST be ready to work anywhere in the United Republic of Tanzania.

 REMUNERATION

An attractive remuneration package will be offered to the successful candidates.

 

DEAD LINE

The application should be submitted online by 17th September, 2014. Applicants who will not be contacted should regard themselves unsuccessful.

Petroleum Importation Limited (PICL)

Job Vacancy: Secretary Cum Personal Assistant to General Manager

Organization’s Profile

The Petroleum Importation Coordinator Limited (PICL) is a non-profit limited company with no share capital guaranteed by oil Marketing Companies (OMCs). In order to achieve its objectives, PICL is looking for energetic and committed person to fill up the following position:-

Secretary cum Personal Assistant to General Manager

Reports to Finance and Administration Manager

Key Responsibilities

  • To provide overall office administrative support to the General Manager,
  • To perform secretarial duties and office management functions.
  • To keep custody of records (hard and soft copies).
  • To coordinates office requirements.
  • To ensure office orderliness and neatness
  • To perform any other duty assigned.

Requirements

  • At least a diploma in secretarial Course.
  • Must be computer literate and proficient in MS Office application with excellent power point presentation, access, word and Excel Skills
  • Excellent communication (writing and oral) skills, reporting and presentations  skills both in English and Kiswahili.
  • Experience in working with oil industry will be an added advantage.
  • Demonstrated experience of at least three (3) years performing secretarial duties in a reputable organization.

Mode of Application:

Interested candidates should ensure that their application include:

  • An application Letter
  • A typed Current  CV
  • Three (3) referees with their full address.
  • One A4 page statement in English describing why the application should be given preference over other candidates for the position applied for.
  • Copies of relevant certificates, transcripts and testimonials.
  • Two passport size photographs.

 

Complete application to reach the address below on or before September 15th 2014

General Manager,

Petroleum Importation Coordinator Limited,

3rd Floor Diamond Plaza Building,

Samora Avenue /Mirambo Street

P.o Box 8895

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

 

Please Note: Hand delivered applications will not be considered.

&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&

The Contractor Registration Board

Employment Opportunity

The Board needs a dynamic, creative and performance driven Tanzania citizen to fill the following position.

ASSISTANT REGISTRATION REGISTRATION SERVICES

Qualifications and Experience

The ideal Candidate should Possess;

a)      A Minimum Masters Degree in Engineering, Architecture, Quantity Surveying or equivalent qualification.

b)      At least eight years postgraduate experience of which at least five years in a Managerial and Leadership Position in a reputable institution.

c)       At least a Principal Officer at CRB who has satisfactorily served in that grade for not less than two years; and or who has attained masters degree qualifications stipulated  in (a) above.

d)      Must be registered with the relevant Professional Body.

e)      Proven leadership skills as well as skills in facilitation, planning and team building.

Age Limit

The age limit is 45 years. However, the age limit does not apply to applications currently employed by CRB.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

a)      Processing applications for registration and upgrading of contractors

b)      Responsible to maintain data bank for registered contractors

c)       Coordinate Registration Services Department activities including:

  • Preparation of Contractors Directory
  • Preparation and custodian of new certificates
  • Preparation of reports
  • Review of staff performance and recommend development strategies.

d)      Responsible for short and long term plans of the activities of the Department

e)      Responsible for preparation of Department Budget

f)       Advice Registrar on improvements of provision of registration services.

Mode of Application

Interested applications should apply in writing and submit detailed curriculum Vitae with the necessary contact details including postal address, telephone and email. The Applicant should also submit certified true copies of certificates and testimonials, together with the names of 3 referees, one of which should be the current employer (if employed).

Applications should reach the under mentioned not later than 12th September 2014

The Registrar

Contractors Registration Board

P.o.Box 13374

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

 

Applications submitted through emails and any other means not stipulated in this advertisements will not be accepted. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Source: The Guardian

 

 

 



MZUMBE UNIVERSITY
(Chuo Kikuu Mzumbe)

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

1. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (1 Post)
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of a good PhD in a specialized functional area with at least ten years of work  experience related to teaching and/or research.
In addition the candidate must have at least a total of fifteen points obtained from recognized publications.

(b) Duties:
• Conduct formal training, provide leadership to faculty in a specific multi-disciplinary
project conducted by the University;
• Provide personal guidance and advise to clients in the field, undertakes large
consultancy projects;
• Provide guidance to junior members of the staff;
• Prepare and publish manuals or text books in related fields;
• Must be capable in administering and/or coordinating a number of programmes;
• Advising the public and Private sector organizations and taking a leading role in the
development of the University.

c) Area of Specialization:
• Law
(d) Salary Scale: PUTS 5

2. SENIOR LECTURER – (3 Posts) – ( 1 Main Campus, 2 DSM Campus)
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of a PhD in a specialized functional area with at least nine years of work
experience related to teaching and/or research. In addition the candidate must have at
least a total of seven points obtained from recognized publications.

(b) Duties:
Undertaking formal training; develop systems to solve specific problems; researching in
areas which will provide new and better techniques for managers; managing post
experience seminars and course for practicing personnel; providing close guidance to
students; developing comprehensive cases; providing guidance to junior members of
staff.

c) Areas of Specialization:

• Accounting and Finance
• Procurement and Supply Chain Management
• Statistics  
(d) Salary Scale: PUTS 4

3.LECTURER – (14 Posts)

(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of a PhD in a specialized functional area.

(b) Duties:
Undertaking formal training; develop systems to solve specific problems; researching in
areas which will provide new and better techniques for managers; managing post
experience seminars and course for practicing personnel; providing close guidance to
students; developing comprehensive cases; providing guidance to junior members of
staff.

(c) Areas of Specialization:
• Mathematics
• Information and Communication Technology
• Commercial Law
• Environmental Management
• Accounting & Finance
• Marketing
• Entrepreneurship
• Records Management
• Health Economics
• Local Government Management
• Statistics
• Procurement & Supply Chain Management
• Education
• Economics
• Human Resource Management

(d) Salary Scale: PUTS 3
 
4. ASSISTANT LECTURER – (22 posts)
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of a Master degree in a specialized functional area. In addition, the candidate must
have a minimum GPA of 3.5 in first degree and assessed as potentially good
academically.

(b) Duties:

• Conducting lectures;
• Preparing case studies;
• Assisting in tutorial/seminars in degree and other courses;
• Work in co-operation with senior members on specific projects such as research and
consultancy.


(c) Areas of Specialization:

• Mathematics
• Information and Communication Technology
• Commercial Law
• Constitutional & Administrative Law
• International Law
• Environmental Management
• Accounting & Finance
• Entrepreneurship
• Marketing
• Records Management
• Health Economics
• Local Government Management
• Statistics
• Procurement & Supply Chain Management
• Education
• Economics
• Human Resource Management

(d) Salary Scale: PUTS 2
 
5.ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN – (2 posts) -Main Campus
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of a Master degree in Library and Information Studies or related discipline. In addition,
the candidate must have a minimum GPA of 3.5in first degree and assessed as potentially good
academically.

(b) Duties:
• Conducting lectures;
• Preparing case studies;
• Assisting in tutorial/seminars in degree and other Library courses;
• Work in co-operation with senior members on specific projects such as research and
consultancy.
• Assist in library functions.

(c) Salary Scale: PUTS 2

6. TUTORIAL ASSISTANT – (5 posts)
 
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of First degree or equivalent qualification from a recognized Institution. In
addition, the candidate must have a minimum GPA of 3.5 and potentially good
academically.

(b) Duties:
• Understudying senior member;
• Undertaking tutorials;
•Acquiring skills in training, research and consultancy;
•Assisting in research and consultancy projects.
 
(c) Areas of Specialization:
•Law
•Information and Communication Technology
•Economics & Mathematics
•Marketing

(d) Salary Scale: PUTS 1

7. LIBRARIAN TRAINEE – (2 posts) -Main Campus
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of First degree or equivalent qualification from a recognized institution. In addition, the
candidate must have a minimum GPA of 3.5 and potentially good academically.

(b) Duties:
•Understudying senior members;
• Handling matters pertaining to lending out and receipt of books;
• Automating the library catalogue and circulation services;
• Cataloguing and classification of books;
• Indexing of periodicals and journals
• Abstracting services and giving advice to readers.
 
(c) Areas of Specialization:
• Applicants with BSc. In Library and Information Studies will have added advantage
(d) Salary Scale: PUTS 1

8. SENIOR DRIVER GRADE II -2 Posts – (Main Campus)
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of Form IV/VI certificates and in possession of Trade Test Grade I/Drivers Grade
I certificate from NIT or VETA plus six years relevant working experience.

(b) Duties
• Drives institutional vehicles
•Maintains logbooks
•Responsible for safe-keeping of the vehicle and tools entrusted to him/her
•Maintains disciplined behavior and proper conduct in rendering services to
his/her assignees.
•Maintains cleanliness of the vehicle and tools
• Reports promptly any defect or problems detected in the vehicle
•Performs messengerial duties such as dispatching documents/letters,
collecting mail, photocopying of documents,
•Performs any other duties as may be assigned by superior.
(c) Salary Scale: PGSS 7 – 8



9.SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER II (1 Post) – (Mbeya Campus)
(a)Qualification and Experience
Holder of a University degree or Advanced Diploma in Public Administration,
Management, Sociology, Human Resource Management and any other relevant
field from a recognized institution with six years working experience.

(b)Duties
•Deals with personnel services as may be assigned by the respective Head of
Department i.e. compilation of personal particulars for new employees;
•Allocates manpower, and communicates conditions of service to staff;
•Prepares manpower planning and training programmes;
•Deals with pension and terminal benefit schemes;
•Collects, analyzes and presents manpower statistics;
•Conducts periodic surveys to determine the prospective manpower demands
and supply situation with respect to situations requiring the largest investment
of time and money;
•Deals with staff welfare matters such as sport and games, canteen, burial
services and any other welfare matters required for members of staff;
•Conducts staff performance appraisal;
•Handles disciplinary cases;
•Provides administrative services;
•Performs any other duties assigned by superior.

(c) Salary Scale: PGSS 15—16

10. DIRECTOR OF PLANNING (1 Post) – Main Campus
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of Master Degree in either Economics, Statistics or Educational Planning
or its equivalent from a recognized institution with at least twelve years relevant
working experience of which at least five years must be at a senior managerial
position. Possession of a PhD in a relevant field will be an added advantage.

(b) Responsible to: Deputy Vice Chancellor (Administration and Finance)

(c) Personal Attributes:
• Person of high integrity
• Ability to plan, organize and supervise
• Self motivated and ability to work efficiently and effectively even under
pressure
• Excellent communication skills in both Kiswahili and English
• Ability to work with a range of stakeholders
• Ability to deliver accurate and high quality output timely.
 
(d) Duties:
• Chief advisor to the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Finance and Administration) on
matters pertaining to planning, resource mobilization, and management
information system of the University;
• Prepares planning policy for the University;
 
•Prepares planning guidelines for use at Faculty/Institute/Directorate or
Departmental level;
• Coordinates and controls the planning as well as effective and efficient utilization
of all human and non-human resources;
• Reviews the Corporate Strategic Plan and advises Management on the appropriate
changes;
• Proposes effective strategies for mobilizing resources for implementing the plans;
• Sets and constantly reviews expansion targets including physical infrastructure;
• Prepares plans or project documents for submission through Council to the
government and other donors for funding;
• Prepares annual budgets in liaison with the Director of Finance;
• Manages and effectively uses the University data bank;
• Attends meetings of the University which have impact on the planning function,
e.g. of the Council, Senate, Finance and Planning Committee;
• Performs any other duties as assigned by the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Finance
and Administration).

(e) Salary Scale: PGSS 21

11. DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCE & ADMINISTRATION (1 Post) –
Main Campus
a) Qualifications and Experience
Holder of a Master degree in Human Resource Management, Public
administration, Sociology or its equivalent from a recognized institution with a
minimum of twelve years relevant working experience of which at least five
years must be at a senior managerial position and must possess HR Proficiency.
Possession of a PhD is an added advantage.

b) Responsible to: Deputy Vice Chancellor, Administration and Finance

c) Personal Attributes

• Person of high integrity
• Ability to plan, organize and supervise
• Self motivated and ability to work efficiently and effectively even under pressure
• Excellent communication skills in both Kiswahili and English
• Ability to work with a range of stakeholders
• Ability to deliver accurate and high quality output timely.
 
d) Duties:

• Plays an advisory role on organizing, directing, staffing, compensation, staff
development and staff relations services in accordance with the approved policies;
develops, recommends and advises top management on plans, policies and
procedures pertaining to personnel; provides advisory service to senior officers at
the university on all matters relating to personnel and administrative policies,
systems and personnel problems;
• Performs any other duties that may be assigned by superior.
(e) Salary Scale: PGSS 21

12. PRINCIPAL OFFICE ASSISTANT – 1 Post (Main Campus)
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of Form Four Examination Certificate and a pass in English and Kiswahili or
equivalent with working experience of at least twelve years.

(b) Duties
• Cleans office buildings and grounds of the University
• Moves and collects files to and from various offices within the University.
• Takes care of office facilities.
• Assists in office/staff lounge services.
• Performs any other duties as may be assigned by superior.

(c) Salary Scale: POSS 7

13. RECORDS MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT II (1 Post) – Main Campus
(a) Qualifications and Experience
Holder of Certificate in Records Management from a recognized institution.

(b) Duties
• Opens new files and indexes cards as directed by the Supervisor;
• Maintains an up-to-date register of Office files;
• Files correspondence into the appropriate files and cross references;
• Copies correspondence to relevant files and attaches them whenever deemed
necessary;
• Gives file searchers numbers of files which are required for filing;
• Reviews pending correspondence and lists files required for filing,
• Maintains up-to-date file index books;
• Performs any other duties as may be assigned by the Superior.

(c) Salary Scale: PGSS 5-6

14. SENIOR INTERNAL AUDITOR II ( 3 Posts) – Main Campus
(a) Qualifications and Experience
Holder of a full professional qualification such as CPA (T), ACCA, ACA, ICMA, or
Module F from a recognized institution with six years working experience.

(b) Duties
• Organizes and supervise staff executing audit programmes as well as
reviewing operation procedures and controls;
• Assists in review of measures for safeguarding assets and inventories;
• Reviews and appraise the soundness, adequacy and application of financial
and other operating controls;
• Reviews Internal controls and submit recommendations to Superior;
• Ensures that Internal control systems are adequate to avert perpetuation of
frauds misappropriations and embezzlement;
• Prepares Audit Report based on Audit Findings;
• Performs any other duties as assigned by superior.
 
(c) Salary Scale: PGSS 15-16

15. OFFICE MANAGEMENT SECRETARY I (1 Post) – Main Campus
(a) Qualifications and Experience
Holder of Form IV certificate or Form VI with principal passes in English and
Kiswahili with credit passes in Kiswahili and English, plus 100/120 w.p.m.
shorthand in English or Kiswahili and 50 w.p.m. typing, tabulation and
manuscript stage III, secretarial duties and office procedure stage II and working
experience of not less than nine years plus a Diploma in Secretarial Studies from a
recognized institution.

(b) Duties:
• Types all general correspondence and non-confidential matters;
• Prints reports, letters etc.;
• Takes proper care of all machines under his/her charge and makes sure they are
used for official work only;

Files copies of typed letters in relevant files;
• Receives and directs visitors;
• Attends telephone calls and takes messages;
• Makes sure there are all necessary facilities for proper job performance
• Uses modern machines in discharging his/her duties;
• Takes care of all facilities under ones charge;
• Performs any other duties as assigned by superior.

(c) Salary Scale: PGSS 11-12

16. PROCUREMENT OFFICER II– 2 Posts (Main Campus)
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of a University Degree with specialization in Procurement and Logistics
Management from a recognized institution and registered with Procurement and Supplies
Professionals and Technician Board.

(b)
Duties
• Secures reliable supplies;
• Receives and processes all requisitions for purchases;
• Scrutinizes all purchases orders prior to forwarding them to the Director of Finance;
• Provides advice on all matters related to purchasing function;
• Performs any other duties assigned by Superior.
 
(c) Salary Scale: PGSS 11 -12

17. ACCOUNTANT GRADE II – 4 posts
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of a full professional qualification i.e CPA (T), ACCA, ACA, ICMA and has been
registered with NBAA.

(b) Duties
• Prepares and balances various subsidiary ledgers;
•Prepares reconciliations for bank transactions, debtors and creditors;


Summarizes monthly accounting transactions for posting into the general
ledger;

• Processes payment and receipts transactions;
• Performs any other duties assigned by superior.
(c) Salary Scale: PGSS 11 -12

18. ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT II – 6 posts
(a)

Qualification and Experience
Holder of a University Degree in Accountancy or
Accountancy or Professional level II or Module C and D.

(b) Duties
• Receives and pay out cash and cheques;
• Maintains full and accurate accounting records;
• Prepares final reconciliation;
• Ensures safe custody of cash and cheques;
• Posts and balances ledger accounts;
 
Advanced Diploma in

• Issues invoices, makes follow up of payment of bills;
• Controls, maintains and prepares true and accurate projects accounts up to
trial balance and reports on performance and costs;
• Maintains vote book and prepare all financial statements including vote book
summary, final accounts and balance sheet of payments;
• Performs any other duties assigned by superior.
 
(c) Salary Scale: PGSS 11 – 12

19. SENIOR ARTISAN I – 2 posts (Main Campus)

(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of Form Four certificate plus Trade Test Grade I in Carpentry/Plumbing from a
recognized institution and a relevant working experience of at least nine years.

(b) Duties
• Maintains, overhauls, and installs relatively sophisticated equipment;
• Assists the Foreman in planning and supervising of routine (sectional) works;
• Performs any other duties assigned by superior.
(c) Salary Scale: PGSS 11 – 12


PHARMACEUTICAL ASSISTANT II – 1 post (Main Campus)
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of a Certificate in Pharmacy from any recognized Institution

(b) Duties
• Advising patients on the general consumption of drugs;
• Dispensing drugs to patients;
• Ordering, maintaining and scrutinizing the validity of drugs;
• Preparing annual estimates for drugs and other relevant equipments;
• Performs any other duties assigned by superior.

(c) Salary Scale: PMGSS 1 – 2

21. PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNICIAN II – 1 Post (Main Campus)
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of a Diploma in Pharmacy from any recognized Institution

(b) Duties
• Advising patients on the general consumption of drugs;
• Dispensing drugs to patients;
• Ordering, maintaining and scrutinizing the validity of drugs;
• Assist in collecting necessary information required in preparing annual estimates for
drugs and other relevant equipments;

• Performs any other duties as may be assigned by superior.
(c) Salary Scale: PMGSS 1 – 2

22. SENIOR LIBRARY ASSISTANT I– 4 Posts (1 Main Campus, 2 Mbeya Campus & 1
Dsm Campus)

(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of a Diploma in Library and Information studies from any recognized institution
with working experience of at least six years.

(b) Duties
• Administers reference and readers services.
• Undertakes bibliographical searching.
• Updates amended laws.
• Drafts original cataloguing entries, reference work, collection development
correspondence.
• Performs any other duties as assigned by the Superior.

(c) Salary Scale: PGSS 11 -12

23. LIBRARY ASSISTANT I – 8 Posts (4 Main Campus, 3 Mbeya Campus & 1 DSM
Campus)

(a) Entry Mode
(i) Direct Entry
Holder of a Diploma in Library and Information studies from any recognized institution.

(b) Duties:
• Assists in the running of manual operation in various sections of the Library
• Assists in lending out ad receipt of books.
• Performs any other duties as assigned by the superior.

(c) Salary Scale: PGSS7-8





24. LIBRARY ASSISTANT II – 4 Posts( 1 Main Campus, 2 Mbeya Campus & 1 Dsm
Campus )
(a) Entry Mode
(i) Direct Entry
Holder of Form IV or VI Certificates plus a certificate in Library studies from a
recognized
Institution.

(b) Duties:
• Handles simple enquiries from readers
• Helps readers in searching for bibliography,
• Assistant in collection of Library statistics and other information as determined by
superior.
• Performs any other duties as may be assigned by superior.

(c) Salary Scale: PGSS 5-6
 
25. HEALTH ATTENDANT II – 1 Post (Main Campus)
(a) Holder of National Form IV/VI Certificate who has completed a one year pre-nursing
course from a recognized Nursing Training Centre.
(b) Duties:

• Maintains cleanliness of the infrastructure including floors, walls, windows lockers,
toilets, bathrooms and surroundings, as well as making beds and tiding rooms and
wards;
• Ferries and distributes food to patients;
• Assist nurses in administering drugs, dressing wounds and administration of
intramuscular injection only;
• Monitors and records temperature, blood pressure and purse;
• Takes specimen;
• Performs any other duties as assigned by the superior.

(c) Salary Scale: PMOSS 2

26. DRIVER GRADE I -1 Post – (Main Campus)
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of Form IV/VI Secondary Education with passes in Kiswahili and English.
He/She must have a valid Class C Driving License with working experience of
Two years. Possession of Trade Test Grade II/Drivers Grade II certificate from
NIT or VETA will be an added advantage.

(b) Duties
• Drives institutional vehicles;
• Maintains logbooks;
• Responsible for safe-keeping of the vehicle and tools entrusted to him/her;

Maintains disciplined behaviour and proper conduct in rendering services to
his/her assignees;
• Maintains cleanliness of the vehicle and tools;
• Carryout minor mechanical repairs;

Reports promptly any defect or problems detected in the vehicle;
 
• Performs messengerial duties such as dispatching documents/letters,
collecting mail, photocopying of documents,
• Performs any other duties as may be assigned by superior.
(c) Salary Scale: PGSS 5 – 6

27. OFFICE ASSISTANT I -2 Posts – (Main Campus)
(a) Qualification and Experience
Holder of Form IV Secondary Education with passes in Kiswahili and English
with three years experience.

(b) Duties
• Cleans all places and offices allocated to him/her;
• Moves files within offices allocated to him/her
• Dispatches letters and other documents to respective offices;

Assists in transmitting messages within and outside the University;
• Assists in collecting and stapling materials as may be directed;
• Performs any other duties as may be assigned by superior.

(c) Salary Scale: POSS 4
Both hard and soft copies of the application letter with detailed curriculum vitae (CV) and copies
of relevant certificates should be addressed to Deputy Vice Chancellor (Administration and
Finance) and reach us on or before 19th September, 2014. Candidates must also give names,
contact addresses as well as telephone numbers of two referees.

Please Note:
-All the positions above require excellent communications, in both spoken and
written English and Kiswahili.
-Only short-listed candidates will be contacted through their addresses and/or
telephone numbers.

For hard copies send to:

The Deputy Vice Chancellor (Administration and Finance),
Mzumbe University,


P.O. Box 1,
MZUMBE.
For scanned soft copies send to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Wednesday, 03 September 2014 07:41

NAFASI MPYA ZA KAZI TBS, MWISHO SEPTEMBA 15, 2014

Written by


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) is Tanzania’s sole standards body, formerly established by the Standards Act No. 3 of 1975, which was repealed and replaced by the Standards Act No. 2 of 2009. It is a Parastatal Organization under the Ministry of Industry and Trade. The Bureau is looking for suitably, qualified, competent and committed Tanzanians to fill the following one vacancy:

Office Assistant II (1 Post)
Qualifications and Experience
• Holder of Certificate of Secondary Education with passes in English, Kiswahili and Mathematics, also must have relevant Certificate in Office Management skills from recognized Institution.
• One year relevant working experience is a must.

Duties and Responsibilities
• Cleaning, dusting and washing floors and walls in specific offices
• Movement of files and other documents to destinations in and out of the Bureau
• Shift materials from one destination to another
• Assisting Record Management Assistants in addressing outgoing mail
• Assisting in filing documents and maintaining records of file movements
• Any other duties as may be assigned by the Head of Section.

Age limit
• Between 25 to 30 years old

REMUNERATION
The post carries an attractive remuneration package in accordance to the qualifications and experience as stated above.
GENERAL CONDITIONS
i. Interested and qualified candidates are welcome to apply and send their hand written application letters attached with copies of relevant certificates, testimonies and detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV).
ii. The CV must incorporate contact details including telephone numbers, email addresses and three referees with their telephone numbers and addresses.
iii. Result slips or Statement of results are strictly not acceptable.
iv. Applications should reach the address below on or before 15th September 2014.
v. Applicants who are currently employed in the Public Service should route their application letters through their respective Employers.
vi. HAND DELIVERY IS NOT ALLOWED.
vii. Only Shortlisted applicants will be contacted for the interview.
viii. This advert can also be viewed on TBS Website http://www.tbs.go.tz

DIRECTOR GENERAL
Tanzania Bureau of Standards
Morogoro/Sam Nujoma Roads, Ubungo
P. o. Box 9524
Dar es Salaam
Tanzania.

Source: Mwananchi Newspaper (3rd September, 2014)

THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT

Ref. Na EA.7/96/01/G/54 29thAugust, 2014

 
VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT

On behalf of Tanzania National Roads Agency (TANROADS) Public Service
Recruitment Secretariat invites qualified Tanzanians to fill 124 vacant posts in the
above Public Institution.

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 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 examination bodies for ordinary or advanced level
education should be certified by The National Examination Council of Tanzania
(NECTA)
xiv. Certificates from foreign Universities should be verified by The Tanzania
Commission for Universities (TCU)
xv. Deadline for application is 12th September, 2014 at 3:30 p.m
xvi. Applicants with special needs/case (disability) are supposed to indicate
xvii. Women are highly encouraged to apply
xviii. Only short listed candidates will be informed on a date for interview
xix. Application letters should be written in Swahili or English.


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.


1.0 TANZANIA NATIONAL ROADS AGENCY (TANROADS)

Tanzania National Roads Agency (TANROADS) is a semi – autonomous Agency
under the Ministry of Works established on July 1, 2000. The Agency is responsible
for the day to day management of the Tanzania Mainland’s trunk and regional roads
network. Its primary functions include the management of maintenance and
development works, operations of the network and axle load control, the
implementation of road safety and environmental measures, provision of advice on
the strategic framework, policies and plans for the road sector.
 
1.1 SENIOR TECHNICIANS – 4 POSTS ( Regions)
1.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

. Inspects and reports condition of the designated roads on a monthly
basis or at more frequent intervals;
. Prepares and supervises monthly work programmes for contractors
undertaking routine/ recurrent, periodic, and emergency maintenance
works as directed by an Engineer;
. Supervises bridge maintenance works as directed by Engineer;
. Measures and certifies payments for contract works;
. Certifies worksheets, delivery notes and similar documentation as
directed by an Engineer;
. Prepares reports for the Engineer as required;
. Carries out in-situ testing and take site samples;
. Supervise and undertakes laboratory tests;
. Records and reports on all test results;
. Monitors test result trends and reports to the Maintenance Engineer on
issues of concern;
. Ensures that all laboratory apparatus and equipment are maintained in
good order and calibrated as and when necessary;
. Monitors laboratory expenditures and ensures that invoices are raised
promptly for customer services;
. Works for and follows up opportunities to widen the public and private
sector customer base;
. Performs such other related duties as may be assigned by the Engineer
from time to time.


1.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

. Full Technician Certificate (FTC-Civil), Diploma in Civil Engineering from a
recognized institution.
. Must have post qualification experience of at least five (5) years in Roads
Sector.

. Must be computer literate


1.1.3 REMUNERATION

 TRDS Scale 5.1

 
1.2 TECHNICIAN – 41 POSTS ( Regions)
1.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

. Inspects and reports condition of the designated roads on monthly basis
or at more frequent intervals if required;
. Prepares and supervises monthly work programmes for petty
contractors undertaking routine/ recurrent, periodic, and emergency
maintenance works as directed
. Supervises bridge maintenance works as directed
. Measures and recommend payment for certified works
. Certifies worksheets, delivery notes and similar documentation as
directed by Senior Technician
. Prepares reports as required;
. Carries out in-situ testing and takes site samples
. Undertakes all regional laboratory tests;
. Records and reports on all test results;
. Ensures that all laboratory apparatus and equipment is maintained in
good order and is calibrated as and when necessary;
. Performs such other related duties as may be assigned by the Senior
Technician from time to time.

1.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

. Full Technician Certificate (FTC-Civil), Diploma in Civil Engineering from a
recognized institution.
. Must have post qualification experience of at least three (3) years
. Must be computer literate

1.2.3 REMUNERATION

TRDS Scale 04

1.3 COMPUTER SYSTEMS ANALYST – 2 POSTS
1.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

. Plans, implements and manages ICT infrastructure;
. Undertakes day-to-day maintenance of the computer networks;
. Assists in the installations of computer systems at head office, regions
and subsidiary businesses;
. Implements new management software systems, including training of
the users;
. Supports computer users in resolving operating problems;
. Backs up data stored at the head office computer network and restores
data from Regions at prescribed regular intervals;
. Prepares systems and hardware maintenance and operational
guidelines as required;
. Supports specialised computer applications systems;
. Supports Wide Area Network and Local Area Networks throughout the
Agency
. Performs such other related duties as may be assigned by the
Management Information Systems Manager from time to time.

1.3.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

. Bachelor degree or equivalent in Computer Science or Information and
Communication Technology from recognised institution.
. Must have post qualification experience of at least three (3)
years

1.3.3 REMUNERATION

TRDS 6.1 scale

1.4 INTERNAL AUDITOR – 8 POSTS
1.4.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

. Assists in the preparation/updating of Internal Audit plans and programs.
. Prepares audit working paper files and draft audit reports for each
assignment conducted.
. Audits business dealings to determine compliance with Agency policy,
rules and regulations.
. Prepares draft audit reports for Senior Internal Auditor/Superiors
. Performs such other duties as will be assigned by the Senior Internal
Auditor/ superiors.


1.4.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

. Bachelor degree in Accounting/Finance or Advanced Diploma in
Accountancy from a recognised institution.
. Must have experience of not less than three years (3) as Auditor

1.4.3 REMUNERATION

 TRDS Scale 5.1

1.5 LEGAL OFFICER– 4 POSTS
1.5.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

. Presents arguments and evidence to support cases in hearing.
. Prepares affidavits of documents and maintains document files
. Delivers or directs delivery of subpoenas to witnesses and parties to
action
. Files pleadings with Court Clerks
. Researches and prepares cases relating to appeals
. Calls upon witnesses to testify at hearing
. Compiles registers of all legal documents including Contracts,
Agreements, Bonds, Guarantees and Insurances; and ensures their
proper keeping at the headquarters and regional level
. Researches and analyses law sources such as statutes, recorded
judicial decisions, legal articles, constitutions, treaties, and legal codes
to prepare legal documents such as briefs, contracts, and amended
articles of incorporation, stock certificates and other securities,
pleadings, appeals, and wills.
. Performs the role of law librarian, keeping and monitoring legal volumes
and ensuring periodical updating of legal volumes.
. Searches patent files to ascertain originality of patent applications.

. Performs such other related duties as may be assigned by Superiors
from time to time.

1.5.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

. Bachelor Degree in laws from a recognized University.
. Work experience of at least three years (3) in reputable Institution.
. Registered as Advocate
. Must have a clean track record;

1.5.3 REMUNERATION

TRDS Scale 5.1

1.6 ACCOUNTANT– 3 POSTS
1.6.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

. Performs variety of accounting duties such payment of salaries,
keeping vote accounts, issuing cheques, and preparation of
income/expenditure statements as per financial regulations.
. Ensures that all funds are properly accounted for and recorded.
. Arranges for prompt payment of certificates and other invoices related to
the day to day running of the office.
. Performs such other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time
to time.

1.6.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

. Bachelor Degree/advanced diploma in Accounting or Finance from a
recognised institution.
. Must have a clean track record;
. Must have post qualification experience of at least three (3)
years.
. Experience in the use of E-by Epicor accounting software is an added
advantage
 

1.6.3 REMUNERATION

 TRDS Scale 5.1

1.7 HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER – 7 POSTS
1.7.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


. Manages staff recruitment processes; remuneration and pensions
administration; placements; transfers; promotions; industrial relations;
and staff welfare matters;
. Maintains staff database and personal records;
. Co-ordinates annual staff performance appraisal (OPRAS);
. Assists Departments and Regions in training needs analysis (TNA);
. Assists the preparation and coordination of staff training programmes
and budgets;
. Implements training programmes including the organisation of in-house
courses;
. Ensures that personnel plans and procedures are carried out correctly
and consistently throughout the Agency;

. Supervises common cadre support staff;
. Prepares regular and ad hoc reports for the Human Resources Manager
as required;
. Performs such other related duties as may be assigned by the Human
Resource Manager from time to time.

1.7.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

. Bachelor Degree/Advanced Diploma either in Public Administration or
Human Resource Management from a recognized institution.
. Must have a clean track record;
. Work experience is an added advantage


1.7.3 REMUNERATION


TRDS Scale 5.1

1.8 ENGINEER – 46 POSTS
1.8.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

. Plan and undertake inventory, condition, traffic and other surveys for
the roads and bridges regularly
. Investigate sources of good quality construction materials along the
roads,
. Prepare Contract documents and drawings for the maintenance
contracts.
. Facilitate the procurement of road and bridge maintenance contracts
. Supervise maintenance work contracts
. Monitor the performance of Contractors, process Contractor Invoices
and facilitate timely payment.
. Review Contractors’ time and cost claims
. Attend regular site meetings and ensure that the proceedings are
adequately recorded
. Prepare regular works progress reports for the roads and bridges.
. Perform such other related duties as may be assigned from time to time.

1.8.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

. Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering from a recognized institution.
. Must be registered by the Engineers’ Registration Board.
. Must have a work experience in road works of not less than three years
(3)
. Must have attended SEAP Programme
. Must be Computer literate;
. Must have a clean track record;

1.8.3 REMUNERATION

 TRDS Scale 6.1

1.9 ENVIRONMENTALIST – 2 POSTS
1.9.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

. Ensures that environmental standards set by National Environmental

Management Council (NEMC) and other authorities/organizations are
included in the respective contracts entered into between the Agency
and contractors, or consultants; and those standards are adhered to in
the maintenance and development of roads.
. Conducts research studies pertaining to road maintenance and
development to develop theories or methods of abating or controlling
sources of environmental pollutants, utilising knowledge of principles
and concepts of various scientific and engineering disciplines
. Prepares graphs, charts, and statistical models from synthesised data,
using mathematical, statistical and engineering analysis techniques
. Collects and analyses data to asses pollution problems, establish
standards, and develop approaches for control of pollution
. Reviews how environmental issues are managed in maintenance and
development projects.
. Advises the management on all environmental matters pertaining to the
roads sub-sector.
. Liaises with the National Environmental Management Council (NEMC)
and other relevant authorities and organizations with a view to updating
the Agency’s procedures and care-taking in
. Environmental matters relating to the roads sector.
. Follows up consultants assessing environmental impacts of projects.
. Develops and manages checklists for contractors, ensuring that
equipment, materials and processes are environmentally friendly in
order to minimize degradation and promote and maintain ecological
balance.
. Follows up on Agency’s environmental strategies.
. Assists when required by local governments, villages and the public in
general where there are road projects, on how and where to initiate,
develop and manage effectively and efficiently sustainable
environmentally friendly strategies.
. Prepares reports as required
. Performs such other related duties as will be assigned from time to time
by the Head of Safety and Environment Department.

1.9.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

. Bachelor degree in Environmental Science from recognised institution.
. Work experience is an added advantage
. Must be Computer literate;
. Must have a clean track record;

1.9.3 REMUNERATION

TRS Scale 05

1.10 SENIOR TRANSPORT ECONOMIST – 1 POST
1.10.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

. Uses economic criteria to screen and prioritise potential road and bridge
investments;
. Studies economic and statistical data in transportation;
. Conducts in house feasibility studies of development projects as

required by the Agency
. Coordinating of consultants who are undertaking feasibility studies of
road projects
. Reviews feasibility study report;
. Assists the Maintenance Directorate, when required, in the analysis of
different maintenance strategies;
. Coordinates with other Directorates and Regions in the preparation of
Business and Strategic Plans;
. Consolidates Quarterly and Annual Progress Reports from Directorates,
Units and Regions;
. Prepares reports for the Manager, Planning, as required;
. Performs such other related duties as may be assigned by the Head of
Planning, from time to time.
. Undertaking baseline studies and road impact assessment.


1.10.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

. Post-graduate Diploma or Master’s Degree either in Economics or
Transport Economics from a recognised institution;
. Must have Work experiences of at least three (3) years
. Must have a clean track record;

1.10.3 REMUNERATION

TRDS Scale 06


1.11 QUANTITY SURVEYOR – 5 POSTS
1.11.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

. Evaluation of tenders for Goods, Works, Non-Consultancy Services and
Disposal of Public Assets by Tender;
. Reviews and provides contractual advice on contractual claims;
. Reviews Contractual Disputes and advises on its settlement;
. Reviews Bidding Documents;
. Reviews guarantees and bonds;
. Prepares and compiles contract documents;
. Coordinates contract ratifications by the Attorney General;
. Reviews application of Addenda, Variations or Amendment of Contracts;
. Participates in pre-contract negotiations meetings;
. Participates in pre-proposals meetings;
. Participates in pre-site visit meetings;
. Prepares reports for the Manager, Contracts Control Department;
. Advices the Manager, Contracts Control on matters of contracts
administration;
. Performs such other related duties as may be assigned by the Manager
of Contracts Control.

1.11.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

. Bachelor Degree either in Construction Economics or Quantity
Surveying from a recognized institution.
. Must be registered by respective professional Boards.

. Must have a work experience of at least three ( 3) years
. Must be Computer literate;
. Must have a clean track record;

1.11.3 REMUNERATION

 TRDS Scale 06

1.12 PRINCIPAL SOCIOLOGIST – 1 POST
1.12.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

. Monitors consultants assessing social impacts of projects.
. Coordinates with community leadership with a view to motivating local
residents and incorporating their effort in matters relating to maintenance
and development of roads.
. Participates and advises the Management on Social Impact
Assessment (SIA) and eventual resettlement plans associated with road
projects.
. Advises the Management on community awareness and participation
towards the maintenance and development of better roads for the
benefits of respective communities.
. Develops the Agency’s social relations and strategies pertaining to the
road sector policies.
. Collects and analyses scientific data concerning social phenomena such
as village communities, associations, social institutions, social classes,
and social change that impact on road projects.
. Acts as consultant to other departments on road project social related
issues.
. Prepares social impact reports as required
. Performs such other related duties as will be assigned from time to time
by the Head of Safety and Environment.


1.12.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

. Bachelor Degree either in Sociology or Community Development from
recognized a Institution.
. Must have a work experience as a Sociologist of not less than three (3)
years
. Must be Computer literate;
. Must have a clean track record;


1.12.3 REMUNERATION

TRDS Scale 07

 
X.M. DAUDI

Secretary

Public Service Recruitment Secretari