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Tafuta Habari

SENIOR CLINICAL ADVISOR
Qualifications: Must hold Medical degree from recognized medical university and Master’s degree in Medicine,MPH or equivalent shall be an added advantage
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
Details: Daily News May 14, 2015
Deadline: May 26 ,  2015

CERVICAL CANCER PREVENTION FIELD OFFICER (CCPFO)
Qualifications: Medical officer,
Assistant medical officer,or nursing at graduate or advanced diploma level,At least two years experience in cervical cancer prevention activities including cervical cancer screening
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
Details: Daily News May 14, 2015
Deadline: May 26 ,  2015

MEDICAL LABORATORY  MENTOR
Qualifications: Application must have the minimum qualification of a Bachelor ‘s degree in Medical laboratory Science or,Molecular Biology and Biotechnology or its equivalent
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Details: Daily News
May 14, 2015
Deadline: May 26 ,  2015

CLINICAL ADVISOR HIV CARE AND TREATMENT
Qualifications: MD;Master’s degree MPH or equivalent);Public health training is desirable at least 5 years experience in working in HIV care and treatment
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
Details: Daily News
May 14, 2015
Deadline: May 26 ,  2015

DATA MANAGER
Qualifications: Bachelor degree
 or certified training in computer Science,IT/HMIS,data Management ,or related discipline .Advanced skills in computer programming and analytical software is an advantage
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
Details: Daily News
May 14, 2015
Deadline: May 26 ,  2015

HEAD OF CORPORATE AFFAIR
Qualifications: Holder of Masters in any of the following field: Business Administration (MBA), Finance,Mass Communication,Human Resources or Economics from a reputable and recognized higher learning institution
Apply: Chief Executive  Officer,UTT Projects and Infrastructure Development
Box  77783 , Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News
May 15, 2015
Deadline: May 25 ,  2015

SUB GRANTS OFFICER
Qualifications: Bachelor degree
 or equivalent in Accountancy,
Finance, CPA,ACCA or other equivalent professional certification will be an added advantage
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
Details: Daily News May 14, 2015
Deadline: May 26 ,  2015

PROCUREMENT OFFICER
Qualifications: Bachelor degree in Supplies and Procurement Management/Certified,Supplies Profession (CSP) or its equivalent and registered with NBMM as Authorized Procurement and Supplies Officer
 Apply: The Managing Director,Bukoba water Supply and Sanitation Authority
Box  81 , Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News May 15, 2015
Deadline: June 01 ,  2015

ACCOUNTANT II OFFICER - 3 POSITIONS
Qualifications: Holder of First degree in Finance,Accounting, Business Management,or its equivalent plus at least three relevant working experiences in a similar postions
Apply: Chief Executive  Officer,UTT Projects and Infrastructure Development
Box  77783 , Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News May 15, 2015
Deadline: May 21 ,  2015

SPORTING OFFICER II - 3 POSTS
Qualifications: Holder of Secondary Education plus Full Technician Certificate (FTC) in relevant field or Certificate in Competence Based Education and Training (CBET) level II or Trade Test  II or Trade Test Grade II from VETA or other institution recognized by VETA with minimum working experience of three years
Apply: Chief Executive  Officer,UTT Projects and Infrastructure Development
Box  77783 , Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News May 15, 2015
Deadline: May 24 ,  2015

PROPERTY CARE TAKER II - 2 POSITIONS
Qualifications: Holder of First degree in facilities Management Real Estate,Architecture,Civil Engineering or Land Management  and valuation from a recognized and reputable higher learning institution plus at least three relevant experiences in a similar position
 Apply: Chief Executive  Officer,UTT Projects and Infrastructure Development
Box  77783 , Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News May 15, 2015
Deadline: May 24 ,  2015

HEAD OF FINANCE
Qualifications: Holder of Masters degree in Finance,Accounting from a reputable and recognized higher learning institution plus of professional qualification such as CPA (T) ACCA (UK) and being registered as authorized Accountant with N.B.AA
Apply: Chief Executive  Officer,UTT Projects and Infrastructure Development
Box  77783 , Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News May 15, 2015
Deadline: May 25 ,  2015

PROJECT DRIVER
Qualifications: Minimum of Secondary School  Education must have clean and valid driving licence of classes B,C and E
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Details: Mwananchi May 15, 2015
Deadline: May 29 ,  2015

OFFICE  ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT
Qualifications: Qualification in Advanced secretarial studies from a recognized institution Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Mwananchi May 15, 2015
Deadline: May 29 ,  2015

PROJECT ACCOUNTANT
Qualifications: BSc. in Finance and Accounting or Business studies, A holder of Advanced Diploma in Accountancy with Professional certification (CPA ) (T) or equivalent may also be considered
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Mwananchi May 15, 2015
Deadline: May 29 ,  2015

PROJECT OFFICER
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural Economics or Agribusiness. At least three years experience in Agricultural extension services,working with communications in crop production and or sustainable livelihoods related to agriculture
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Mwananchi
May 15, 2015
Deadline: May 29 ,  2015

PROJECT COORDINATOR
Qualifications: MSc. or BSc. in
 Agricultural Sciences,
Agribusiness Studies,
Agricultural  Economics and Marketing 
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Mwananchi
May 15, 2015
Deadline: May 29 ,  2015

AMO OPHTHALMOLOGY
Qualifications: Assistant Medical Officer (AMO) with specialization in Ophthalmology from a recognized institution
Apply: Human Resources
Department
Box 23310, Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi May 15, 2015
Deadline: June 08 ,  2015

PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST
Qualifications: Bachelor degree/Master’s degree in Procurement and Supply chain Management or equivalent qualifications, a holder of CSP or CPSP
Apply: Chief Executive Officer UONGOZI institute
Box 105753, Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi May 15, 2015
Deadline: May 20 ,  2015

FINANCIAL ANALYST - 4 POSTS
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance from recognized institution and must Posses relevant Accounting or financial analysis professional qualification i.e CPA/ACCA/CIMA/CFA
Apply: Senior Manager,
Human Resources Tanesco
Box 9024, Dar es Salaam
Details: The Citizen
May 15, 2015
Deadline: June 05 ,  2015

PRINCIPAL TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT OFFICER
Qualifications: Holder of a Bachelor’s degree or Advanced Diploma in Logistics Management or related field
Apply: Senior Manager,
Human Resources Tanesco
Box 9024, Dar es Salaam
Details: The Citizen
May 15, 2015
Deadline: June 05 ,  2015

MANAGER INVENTORY AND TRANSPORT
Qualifications: Holder of a Bachelor’s degree/Advanced Diploma in Materials Management or Procurement and Logistics
Apply: Senior Manager,
Human Resources Tanesco
Box 9024, Dar es Salaam
Details: The Citizen
May 15, 2015
Deadline: June 05 ,  2015

SYSTEMS  ANALYST  II
Qualifications: Holder of a degree in Computer Science or Information systems;Telecommunication or related computer studies from a recognized institution
Apply: The Executive Director,
Ocean Road Cancer Institute
Box 3592, Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News
April 28, 2015
Deadline: May 12 ,  2015

VAN SALES REPRESENTATIVE
Qualifications: Must have completed Secondary Education,Diploma in relevant field is an added advantage
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Details: Mwananchi
May 15, 2015
Deadline: Not Mentioned

AREA SALES MANAGER
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or Diploma in Sales,Marketing and sales or related filed of study
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Mwananchi
May 15, 2015
Deadline: Not Mentioned

CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR FOR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING DEGREE PROGRAMME
Qualifications: Must be a registered Nurse and Midwife, a holder of Master’s degree with special interest in clinical teaching
Apply: Vice Chancellor Hurbet Kairuki Memorial University
Box  65300, Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi
April 22,2015
Deadline: May 20 ,  2015

MEDICAL SPECIALIST II -  3 POSITIONS (GYNECOLOGY,PEDIATRICS AND CLINICAL RESEARCH)
Qualifications: Holder of  Doctor of Medicine degree who has obtained Master’s degree in Gynecology or Pediatrics or Clinical research/Epidemiology/Public Health
Apply: The Executive Director,
Ocean Road Cancer Institute
Box 3592, Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News
April 28, 2015
Deadline: May 12 ,  2015

HUMAN RESOURCE AND ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGER
Qualifications: Holder of MBA in Human Resources Management or Msc. Human Resources Management,Public Administration or its equivalent from a recognized institution
Apply: Managing Editor Tanzania Standard (Newspapers) Limited
Box  9033 , Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News
April 24,2015
Deadline: May 14 ,  2015

OFFICE MANAGEMENT SECRETARY
Qualifications: Holder of Diploma in Secretarial duties with at least six years working experience two of which must be in a senior job
Apply: Managing Editor Tanzania Standard (Newspapers) Limited
Box  9033 , Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News
April 24,2015
Deadline: May 14 ,  2015

Wednesday, 13 May 2015 16:47

Matokeo ya Usaili wa Mchujo Tarehe 11-05-2015

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Wasailiwa walichaguliwa kuendelea na usaili wa mahojiano wanatakiwa kufika muda, mahali na tarehe kama ilivyooneshwa kwenye ratiba ya usaili wakiwa na vyeti vyao halisi (Original Certificates)


Na.          NUMBER                               SCORE   REMARKS
1    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0087                80      SELECTED
2    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0092                65      SELECTED
3    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0052                60      SELECTED

4    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0060                55      SELECTED
5    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0077                55      SELECTED
6    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0086                55      SELECTED
7    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0017                51      SELECTED
8    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0056                51      SELECTED
9    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0084                50      NOT SELECTED
10    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0091                50      NOT SELECTED
11    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0024                48      NOT SELECTED
12    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0035                46      NOT SELECTED
13    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0020                45      NOT SELECTED
14    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0061                45      NOT SELECTED
15    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0003                41      NOT SELECTED
16    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0048                41      NOT SELECTED
17    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0013                40      NOT SELECTED
18    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0018                40      NOT SELECTED
19    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0040                40      NOT SELECTED
20    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0057                40      NOT SELECTED
21    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0085                40      NOT SELECTED
22    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0028                39      NOT SELECTED
23    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0054                39      NOT SELECTED
24    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0059                38      NOT SELECTED
25    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0021                37      NOT SELECTED
26    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0075                36      NOT SELECTED
27    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0032                35      NOT SELECTED
28    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0033                35      NOT SELECTED
29    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0073                35      NOT SELECTED
30    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0004                33      NOT SELECTED
31    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0030                33      NOT SELECTED
32    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0038                33      NOT SELECTED
33    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0050                33      NOT SELECTED
34    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0063                33      NOT SELECTED
35    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0047                32      NOT SELECTED
36    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0001                30      NOT SELECTED
37    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0031                30      NOT SELECTED
38    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0065                30      NOT SELECTED
39    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0008                28      NOT SELECTED
40    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0029                28      NOT SELECTED
41    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0076                25      NOT SELECTED
42    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0010                23      NOT SELECTED
43    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0006                22      NOT SELECTED
44    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0042                21      NOT SELECTED
45    ADM/CER/EXAM TPSC 0049                20      NOT SELECTED


LIBRARY OFFICER - TPSC           
           
Na.           NUMBER                         SCORE    REMARKS
1    LIBRARY OFF TPSC 0000                86      SELECTED
2    LIBRARY OFF TPSC 0006                80      SELECTED
3    LIBRARY OFF TPSC 0005                80      SELECTED
4    LIBRARY OFF TPSC 0008                80      SELECTED
5    LIBRARY OFF TPSC 0001                78      SELECTED
6    LIBRARY OFF TPSC 0010                73      SELECTED
7    LIBRARY OFF TPSC 0004                73      SELECTED
8    LIBRARY OFF TPSC 0009                70      NOT SELECTED
9    LIBRARY OFF TPSC 0012                65      NOT SELECTED
10    LIBRARY OFF TPSC 0011                60      NOT SELECTED
11    LIBRARY OFF TPSC 0003                56      NOT SELECTED
12    LIBRARY OFF TPSC 0013                55      NOT SELECTED


ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT - TPSC           
           
Na.   NUMBER                SCORE  REMARKS
1    ASS ACC TPSC 0093    77    SELECTED
2    ASS ACC TPSC 0094    73    SELECTED
3    ASS ACC TPSC 0121    72    SELECTED
4    ASS ACC TPSC 0008    72    SELECTED
5    ASS ACC TPSC 0018    71    SELECTED
6    ASS ACC TPSC 0125    70    SELECTED
7    ASS ACC TPSC 0137    70    SELECTED
8    ASS ACC TPSC 0142    70    SELECTED
9    ASS ACC TPSC 0079    66    NOT SELECTED
10    ASS ACC TPSC 0032    65    NOT SELECTED
11    ASS ACC TPSC 0036    65    NOT SELECTED
12    ASS ACC TPSC 0037    65    NOT SELECTED
13    ASS ACC TPSC 0117    65    NOT SELECTED
14    ASS ACC TPSC 0113    63    NOT SELECTED
15    ASS ACC TPSC 0143    63    NOT SELECTED
16    ASS ACC TPSC 0045    60    NOT SELECTED
17    ASS ACC TPSC 0177    60    NOT SELECTED
18    ASS ACC TPSC 0168    59    NOT SELECTED
19    ASS ACC TPSC 0138    56    NOT SELECTED
20    ASS ACC TPSC 0024    55    NOT SELECTED
21    ASS ACC TPSC 0063    55    NOT SELECTED
22    ASS ACC TPSC 0071    55    NOT SELECTED
23    ASS ACC TPSC 0146    53    NOT SELECTED
24    ASS ACC TPSC 0147    53    NOT SELECTED
25    ASS ACC TPSC 0047    50    NOT SELECTED
26    ASS ACC TPSC 0049    50    NOT SELECTED
27    ASS ACC TPSC 0195    50    NOT SELECTED
28    ASS ACC TPSC 0204    50    NOT SELECTED
29    ASS ACC TPSC 0007    49    NOT SELECTED
30    ASS ACC TPSC 0159    47    NOT SELECTED
31    ASS ACC TPSC 0158    46    NOT SELECTED
32    ASS ACC TPSC 0022    45    NOT SELECTED
33    ASS ACC TPSC 0027    45    NOT SELECTED
34    ASS ACC TPSC 0106    45    NOT SELECTED
35    ASS ACC TPSC 0114    45    NOT SELECTED
36    ASS ACC TPSC 0160    45    NOT SELECTED
37    ASS ACC TPSC 0169    45    NOT SELECTED
38    ASS ACC TPSC 0072    42    NOT SELECTED
39    ASS ACC TPSC 0108    42    NOT SELECTED
40    ASS ACC TPSC 0012    40    NOT SELECTED
41    ASS ACC TPSC 0038    40    NOT SELECTED
42    ASS ACC TPSC 0062    40    NOT SELECTED
43    ASS ACC TPSC 0088    40    NOT SELECTED
44    ASS ACC TPSC 0199    40    NOT SELECTED
45    ASS ACC TPSC 0035    37    NOT SELECTED
46    ASS ACC TPSC 0084    36    NOT SELECTED
47    ASS ACC TPSC 0053    35    NOT SELECTED
48    ASS ACC TPSC 0059    35    NOT SELECTED
49    ASS ACC TPSC 0116    35    NOT SELECTED
50    ASS ACC TPSC 0127    35    NOT SELECTED
51    ASS ACC TPSC 0128    35    NOT SELECTED
52    ASS ACC TPSC 0131    35    NOT SELECTED
53    ASS ACC TPSC 0144    35    NOT SELECTED
54    ASS ACC TPSC 0145    35    NOT SELECTED
55    ASS ACC TPSC 0162    35    NOT SELECTED
56    ASS ACC TPSC 0100    34    NOT SELECTED
57    ASS ACC TPSC 0085    32    NOT SELECTED
58    ASS ACC TPSC 0014    30    NOT SELECTED
59    ASS ACC TPSC 0028    30    NOT SELECTED
60    ASS ACC TPSC 0033    30    NOT SELECTED
61    ASS ACC TPSC 0048    30    NOT SELECTED
62    ASS ACC TPSC 0058    30    NOT SELECTED
63    ASS ACC TPSC 0078    30    NOT SELECTED
64    ASS ACC TPSC 0087    30    NOT SELECTED
65    ASS ACC TPSC 0196    30    NOT SELECTED
66    ASS ACC TPSC 0089    28    NOT SELECTED
67    ASS ACC TPSC 0140    27    NOT SELECTED
68    ASS ACC TPSC 0044    25    NOT SELECTED
69    ASS ACC TPSC 0124    25    NOT SELECTED
70    ASS ACC TPSC 0152    25    NOT SELECTED
71    ASS ACC TPSC 0118    24    NOT SELECTED
72    ASS ACC TPSC 0187    23    NOT SELECTED
73    ASS ACC TPSC 0057    20    NOT SELECTED
74    ASS ACC TPSC 0064    20    NOT SELECTED
75    ASS ACC TPSC 0066    20    NOT SELECTED
76    ASS ACC TPSC 0129    20    NOT SELECTED
77    ASS ACC TPSC 0148    20    NOT SELECTED
78    ASS ACC TPSC 0166    20    NOT SELECTED
79    ASS ACC TPSC 0172    20    NOT SELECTED
80    ASS ACC TPSC 0015    15    NOT SELECTED
81    ASS ACC TPSC 0119    15    NOT SELECTED
82    ASS ACC TPSC 0120    15    NOT SELECTED
83    ASS ACC TPSC 0157    15    NOT SELECTED
84    ASS ACC TPSC 0170    15    NOT SELECTED
85    ASS ACC TPSC 0202    15    NOT SELECTED
86    ASS ACC TPSC 0061    10    NOT SELECTED
87    ASS ACC TPSC 0074    10    NOT SELECTED
88    ASS ACC TPSC 0104    10    NOT SELECTED
89    ASS ACC TPSC 0184    10    NOT SELECTED
90    ASS ACC TPSC 0192    10    NOT SELECTED
91    ASS ACC TPSC 0134    10    NOT SELECTED


SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR - TPSC           
           
Na.  NUMBER                      SCORE  REMARKS
1    SYST ADMN TPSC 0082    67    SELECTED
2    SYST ADMN TPSC 0064    65    SELECTED
3    SYST ADMN TPSC 0103    64    SELECTED
4    SYST ADMN TPSC 0080    57    SELECTED
5    SYST ADMN TPSC 0117    55    NOT SELECTED
6    SYST ADMN TPSC 0087    54    NOT SELECTED
7    SYST ADMN TPSC 0149    53    NOT SELECTED
8    SYST ADMN TPSC 0179    53    NOT SELECTED
9    SYST ADMN TPSC 0036    52    NOT SELECTED
10    SYST ADMN TPSC 0135    52    NOT SELECTED
11    SYST ADMN TPSC 0170    52    NOT SELECTED
12    SYST ADMN TPSC 0198    52    NOT SELECTED
13    SYST ADMN TPSC 0051    51    NOT SELECTED
14    SYST ADMN TPSC 0126    51    NOT SELECTED
15    SYST ADMN TPSC 0068    49    NOT SELECTED
16    SYST ADMN TPSC 0058    46    NOT SELECTED
17    SYST ADMN TPSC 0140    45    NOT SELECTED
18    SYST ADMN TPSC 0182    44    NOT SELECTED
19    SYST ADMN TPSC 0007    43    NOT SELECTED
20    SYST ADMN TPSC 0094    43    NOT SELECTED
21    SYST ADMN TPSC 0139    42    NOT SELECTED
22    SYST ADMN TPSC 0042    40    NOT SELECTED
23    SYST ADMN TPSC 0114    40    NOT SELECTED
24    SYST ADMN TPSC 0115    40    NOT SELECTED
25    SYST ADMN TPSC 0131    40    NOT SELECTED
26    SYST ADMN TPSC 0133    40    NOT SELECTED
27    SYST ADMN TPSC 0145    40    NOT SELECTED
28    SYST ADMN TPSC 0020    38    NOT SELECTED
29    SYST ADMN TPSC 0023    38    NOT SELECTED
30    SYST ADMN TPSC 0045    37    NOT SELECTED
31    SYST ADMN TPSC 0050    37    NOT SELECTED
32    SYST ADMN TPSC 0055    37    NOT SELECTED
33    SYST ADMN TPSC 0124    37    NOT SELECTED
34    SYST ADMN TPSC 0169    37    NOT SELECTED
35    SYST ADMN TPSC 0163    35    NOT SELECTED
36    SYST ADMN TPSC 0012    34    NOT SELECTED
37    SYST ADMN TPSC 0118    34    NOT SELECTED
38    SYST ADMN TPSC 0123    33.5    NOT SELECTED
39    SYST ADMN TPSC 0031    33    NOT SELECTED
40    SYST ADMN TPSC 0095    33    NOT SELECTED
41    SYST ADMN TPSC 0105    33    NOT SELECTED
42    SYST ADMN TPSC 0143    33    NOT SELECTED
43    SYST ADMN TPSC 0181    31    NOT SELECTED
44    SYST ADMN TPSC 0197    30    NOT SELECTED
45    SYST ADMN TPSC 0209    30    NOT SELECTED
46    SYST ADMN TPSC 0119    29    NOT SELECTED
47    SYST ADMN TPSC 0085    27    NOT SELECTED
48    SYST ADMN TPSC 0086    26    NOT SELECTED
49    SYST ADMN TPSC 0110    26    NOT SELECTED
50    SYST ADMN TPSC 0069    25    NOT SELECTED
51    SYST ADMN TPSC 0002    24    NOT SELECTED
52    SYST ADMN TPSC 0062    24    NOT SELECTED
53    SYST ADMN TPSC 0101    24    NOT SELECTED
54    SYST ADMN TPSC 0201    23    NOT SELECTED
55    SYST ADMN TPSC 0159    22    NOT SELECTED
56    SYST ADMN TPSC 0183    22    NOT SELECTED
57    SYST ADMN TPSC 0090    21    NOT SELECTED
58    SYST ADMN TPSC 0161    20    NOT SELECTED
59    SYST ADMN TPSC 0178    20    NOT SELECTED
60    SYST ADMN TPSC 0137    19    NOT SELECTED
61    SYST ADMN TPSC 0093    18    NOT SELECTED
62    SYST ADMN TPSC 0034    16    NOT SELECTED
63    SYST ADMN TPSC 0077    16    NOT SELECTED
64    SYST ADMN TPSC 0003    15    NOT SELECTED
65    SYST ADMN TPSC 0203    14    NOT SELECTED
66    SYST ADMN TPSC 0060    12    NOT SELECTED
67    SYST ADMN TPSC 0151    12    NOT SELECTED
68    SYST ADMN TPSC 0008    8    NOT SELECTED
69    SYST ADMN TPSC 0028    8    NOT SELECTED
70    SYST ADMN TPSC 0191    8    NOT SELECTED
71    SYST ADMN TPSC 0168    5    NOT SELECTED
72    SYST ADMN TPSC 0049    5    NOT SELECTED


REGISTRATION OFFICER II - NECTA
           
Na.        NUMBER               SCORE  REMARKS
1    REG OFF II NEC - 0223    70    SELECTED
2    REG OFF II NEC - 0360    70    SELECTED
3    REG OFF II NEC - 0157    69    SELECTED
4    REG OFF II NEC - 0714    66    SELECTED
5    REG OFF II NEC - 0398    66    SELECTED
6    REG OFF II NEC - 0002    65    SELECTED
7    REG OFF II NEC - 0085    65    SELECTED
8    REG OFF II NEC - 0095    65    SELECTED
9    REG OFF II NEC - 0135    65    SELECTED
10    REG OFF II NEC - 0385    65    SELECTED
11    REG OFF II NEC - 0567    65    SELECTED
12    REG OFF II NEC - 0925    65    SELECTED
13    REG OFF II NEC - 0129    63    SELECTED
14    REG OFF II NEC - 0846    63    SELECTED
15    REG OFF II NEC - 0610    62    NOT SELECTED
16    REG OFF II NEC - 0122    61    NOT SELECTED
17    REG OFF II NEC - 0199    60    NOT SELECTED
18    REG OFF II NEC - 0522    60    NOT SELECTED
19    REG OFF II NEC - 0707    60    NOT SELECTED
20    REG OFF II NEC - 0178    58    NOT SELECTED
21    REG OFF II NEC - 0375    58    NOT SELECTED
22    REG OFF II NEC - 0936    58    NOT SELECTED
23    REG OFF II NEC - 0299    55    NOT SELECTED
24    REG OFF II NEC - 0377    55    NOT SELECTED
25    REG OFF II NEC - 0677    55    NOT SELECTED
26    REG OFF II NEC - 0733    55    NOT SELECTED
27    REG OFF II NEC - 0726    54    NOT SELECTED
28    REG OFF II NEC - 0176    53    NOT SELECTED
29    REG OFF II NEC - 0343    53    NOT SELECTED
30    REG OFF II NEC - 0502    53    NOT SELECTED
31    REG OFF II NEC - 0571    53    NOT SELECTED
32    REG OFF II NEC - 0429    52    NOT SELECTED
33    REG OFF II NEC - 0897    52    NOT SELECTED
34    REG OFF II NEC - 0209    51    NOT SELECTED
35    REG OFF II NEC - 0004    50    NOT SELECTED
36    REG OFF II NEC - 0007    50    NOT SELECTED
37    REG OFF II NEC - 0030    50    NOT SELECTED
38    REG OFF II NEC - 0169    50    NOT SELECTED
39    REG OFF II NEC - 0215    50    NOT SELECTED
40    REG OFF II NEC - 0227    50    NOT SELECTED
41    REG OFF II NEC - 0318    50    NOT SELECTED
42    REG OFF II NEC - 0365    50    NOT SELECTED
43    REG OFF II NEC - 0366    50    NOT SELECTED
44    REG OFF II NEC - 0422    50    NOT SELECTED
45    REG OFF II NEC - 0497    50    NOT SELECTED
46    REG OFF II NEC - 0500    50    NOT SELECTED
47    REG OFF II NEC - 0731    50    NOT SELECTED
48    REG OFF II NEC - 0929    50    NOT SELECTED
49    REG OFF II NEC - 0414    47    NOT SELECTED
50    REG OFF II NEC - 0496    47    NOT SELECTED
51    REG OFF II NEC - 0508    47    NOT SELECTED
52    REG OFF II NEC - 0016    45    NOT SELECTED
53    REG OFF II NEC - 0017    45    NOT SELECTED
54    REG OFF II NEC - 0018    45    NOT SELECTED
55    REG OFF II NEC - 0028    45    NOT SELECTED
56    REG OFF II NEC - 0089    45    NOT SELECTED
57    REG OFF II NEC - 0188    45    NOT SELECTED
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THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA
PRESIDENT’S OFFICE
PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT


Ref. Na EA.7/96/01/H/48 6th May, 2015


VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT
On behalf of National Audit Office (NAO, Public Service Recruitment Secretariat invites
qualified Tanzanians to fill 123 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 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 20th May, 2015 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 SekretarietiyaAjirakatika
Secretariat, UtumishiwaUmma
P. O. Box 63100 S. L. P 63100,
DAR ES SALAAM. DAR ES SALAAM.

1.0 NATIONAL AUDIT OFFICE (NAO)
The Controller and Auditor General of Tanzania has been given the legal mandate to carry out performance audit by virtue of Section 28 of the Public Audit Act No.11 of 2008.
Performance Auditing is an audit of the economy, efficiency and effectiveness with which the audited entity uses its resources in carrying out is responsibilities. Goals for performance auditing include improvement of programmes and operations, saving tax payers money, providing better services to the public and obtaining best value for money.
1.1 AUDITOR GRADE II – 85 POSTS
1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Audit Government Revenue and expenditure;
 Participate in preparation and implementation of work plan and audit programs,
 Assist in preparing the implementation programme of Annual Audit Plan,
 Assist in preparing and implementing audit programme and plans and Keeping different records of Account in the Office.
1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Holder of Bachelor Degree of Accounting and Finance or Advanced Diploma in Accountancy from any recognized institution.
 Use of computer and application of various soft wares such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint will be an essential requirement.
 Applicants with at least one year (1) working experience in the relevant field will be given priority.
1.4 REMUNERATION
 Salary Scale: TGS. D
1.5 AUDITOR GRADE II (TAXATION) – 10
1.6 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Audit TRA annual revenue statement and financial statement, Examine and prepare audit findings resulting from audit assignment and report to a team leader,

 Participate in performing audit plan and execution, Perform regular audit verifications on management replies submitted by the client,
 Prepare briefs (summarized reporting documents) prior PAC session when called upon,
 Interpret various tax laws and regulations applicable at TRA and testing their compliance on revenue collections ,
 Consult TRA revenue officers on the matters arising from irregularities and malicious practices by the client which have effects on revenue collection,
 Keeping track records of outstanding court cases lodged with Tax Revenue Appeal Board and participate in special audit and any assignment directed by the Chief External Auditor (CEA).
1.7 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor of Science in Taxation or Bachelor Degree /Advanced Diploma in Accountancy or finance from any recognized institution.
 Knowledge and skills in Taxation, Custom and excise duties will be an added advantage.
 Use of computer and application of various software such as Word, Excel and Power Point will be an essential requirement.
1.8 REMUNERATION
 Salary Scale: TGS. D
1.9 ENGINEER GRADE II - 1 POST
1.10 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Develop short and long term planning for Maintenance and Construction of the NAOT Office Building,
 Prepare the budgets and annual work plan including preventive maintenance schedules,
 Conducting proper management follow-up of maintenance activity and rectification of detected faults in buildings and services,
 Conducting maintenance surveys and recording inventory of related works also prepare bill of quantities (BOQ) and drawings for the proposed maintenances,

 To monitor and advise the office on proper estate management including renting of the NAOT Building and Keep all records regarding maintenance and construction works.
1.11 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree/Advanced Diploma in Civil Engineering from a recognized institution.
 Must be a computer literate capable of applying various software such as
 Word, Excel and Power Point will be an essential requirement.
1.12 REMUNERATION
 Salary Scale: TGS. E
1.13 TELEPHONE OPERATOR – 1 POST
1.14 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assists his/her superior in making bookings and making international telephone calls,
 Receives telephone calls from “extensions” and forwards them outside the office,
 Assists his/her superior in the preparation of records on the use of telephone facilities and control such use for the purpose of limiting unnecessary expenditures,
 Maintains confidentiality regarding all activities and occurrences pertaining to NAOT and Assists in carrying out trouble shooting of the telephone systems to try and identify faults before calling the technicians for rectification.
1.15 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Certificate of Secondary Education with credit passes in Mathematics, Kiswahili and English with knowledge and skills on telephone operation from recognized institution.
1.16 REMUNERATION
 Salary Scale: TGS. B
1.17 DRIVERS GRADE II - 10 POSTS
1.18 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

 Drives vehicles safely taking into account the safety of other road users and passengers in the vehicle,
 Maintains disciplined behavior and proper conduct in rendering services to assignees,
 Performs messenger’s duties such as dispatching documents/letters and collecting mails,
 Ensures routine maintenance and cleanliness of vehicle,
 Repairs minor defects in the vehicle that requires immediate attention and Ensures that required spares are all fitted into the car and the obsolete spares are returned to stores for verification.
1.19 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Holder of Certificate of Secondary Education, Driving Licence class C and three years driving experience without causing an accident with Trade Test Certificate Grade II.
1.20 REMUNERATION
 Salary Scale: TGS. A
1.21 LEGAL OFFICER GRADE II - 2 POSTS
1.30 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Performance Auditor identifies audit problems, design audits, collects data through various methods such as interviews, documents reviews, surveys, focus group discussions etc., and analyses them, draft and present Performance Audit Report.
 The work entails frequent interaction with staff and managers of the audited entities and other stakeholders in the area of audit.
1.31 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree in Law from a recognized institution of higher learning. Use of computer and application of software such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint will be an essential requirement. Training in research methods will be an added advantage.
 Must have been graduated from Law School.

 Applicant should have a minimum of two years working experience in the relevant field. Candidates with experience from investigative/evaluative work will be given priority.
1.32 REMUNERATION
 Salary Scale: TGS. E
1.33 PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST II - 2 POSTS
1.34 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Performance Auditor identifies audit problems, design audits, collects data through various methods such as interviews, documents reviews, surveys, focus group discussions etc., and analyses them, draft and present Performance Audit Report.
 The work entails frequent interaction with staff and managers of the audited entities and other stakeholders in the area of audit.
1.35 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree in Procurement or related field from a recognized institution of higher learning. Use of computer and application of software such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint will be an essential requirement. Training in research methods will be an added advantage.
 Applicant should have a minimum of two years working experience in the relevant field. Candidates with experience from investigative/evaluative work will be given priority.
1.36 REMUNERATION
 Salary Scale: TGS. D
1.37 EXECUTIVE CIVIL ENGINEER GRADE II - 2 POSTS
1.38 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Performance Auditor identifies audit problems, design audits, collects data through various methods such as interviews, documents reviews, surveys, focus group discussions etc., and analyses them, draft and present Performance Audit Report.
 The work entails frequent interaction with staff and managers of the audited entities and other stakeholders in the area of audit.

1.39 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering from a recognized institution of higher learning. Use of computer and application of software such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint will be an essential requirement. Training in research methods will be an added advantage.
 Must be registered by their respective professional bodies as graduate engineer
 Applicant should have a minimum of two years working experience in the relevant field. Candidates with experience from investigative/evaluative work will be given priority.
1.40 REMUNERATION
 Salary Scale: TGS. E
1.41 ECONOMIST GRADE II - 1 POSTS
1.42 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Performance Auditor identifies audit problems, design audits, collects data through various methods such as interviews, documents reviews, surveys, focus group discussions etc., and analyses them, draft and present Performance Audit Report.
 The work entails frequent interaction with staff and managers of the audited entities and other stakeholders in the area of audit.
1.43 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree in Economics or related field from a recognized institution of higher learning. Use of computer and application of software such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint will be an essential requirement. Training in research methods will be an added advantage.
 Applicant should have a minimum of two years working experience in the relevant field. Candidates with experience from investigative/evaluative work will be given priority.
1.44 REMUNERATION
 Salary Scale: TGS. D

1.45 QUANTITY SURVEYOR GRADE II - 1 POSTS
1.46 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Performance Auditor identifies audit problems, design audits, collects data through various methods such as interviews, documents reviews, surveys, focus group discussions etc., and analyses them, draft and present Performance Audit Report.
 The work entails frequent interaction with staff and managers of the audited entities and other stakeholders in the area of audit.
1.47 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree in Quantity Surveying or related field from a recognized institution of higher learning.
 Use of computer and application of software such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint will be an essential requirement. Training in research methods will be an added advantage.
 must be registered by their respective professional bodies as graduate quantity surveyor
 Applicant should have a minimum of two years working experience in the relevant field. Candidates with experience from investigative/evaluative work will be given priority.
1.48 REMUNERATION
 Salary Scale: TGS. D
1.49 STATISTICIAN GRADE II - 1 POSTS
1.50 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Performance Auditor identifies audit problems, design audits, collects data through various methods such as interviews, documents reviews, surveys, focus group discussions etc., and analyses them, draft and present Performance Audit Report.
 The work entails frequent interaction with staff and managers of the audited entities and other stakeholders in the area of audit.
1.51 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree in Statistics from a recognized institution of higher learning.

 Use of computer and application of software such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint will be an essential requirement. Training in research methods will be an added advantage.
 Applicant should have a minimum of two years working experience in the relevant field. Candidates with experience from investigative/evaluative work will be given priority.
1.52 REMUNERATION
 Salary Scale: TGS. D
1.53 EDUCATION OFFICER GRADE II - 1 POSTS
1.54 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Performance Auditor identifies audit problems, design audits, collects data through various methods such as interviews, documents reviews, surveys, focus group discussions etc., and analyses them, draft and present Performance Audit Report.
 The work entails frequent interaction with staff and managers of the audited entities and other stakeholders in the area of audit.
1.55 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree in Education from a recognized institution of higher learning.
 Use of computer and application of software such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint will be an essential requirement. Training in research methods will be an added advantage.
 Applicant should have a minimum of two years working experience in the relevant field. Candidates with experience from investigative/evaluative work will be given priority.
1.56 REMUNERATION
 Salary Scale: TGS. D
1.57 AGRICULTURAL OFFICER GRADE II - 1 POSTS
1.58 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Performance Auditor identifies audit problems, design audits, collects data through various methods such as interviews, documents reviews, surveys, focus group discussions etc., and analyses them, draft and present Performance Audit Report.
 The work entails frequent interaction with staff and managers of the audited entities and other stakeholders in the area of audit.
1.59 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree in Agriculture from a recognized institution of higher learning.
 Use of computer and application of software such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint will be an essential requirement. Training in research methods will be an added advantage.
 Applicant should have a minimum of working experience in the relevant field. Candidates with experience from investigative/evaluative work will be given priority.


1.60 REMUNERATION
 Salary Scale: TGS. D
1.61 AUDITOR GRADE II (FORENSIC AUDITOR) - 5 POST
1.62 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Forensic Auditor prepares audit plans on the basis of Terms of Reference or allegations that need to be verified,
 Collects evidence through various methods such as interviews, documents reviews, data harvesting from computers, etc., and analyses the information, draft and present Forensic Audit Reports.
 The work entails frequent interaction with staff and managers of the audited entities and other stakeholders in the area of audit.
1.63 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree/Advanced Diploma in Accounts/Finance from a recognized institution, with a knowledge or skills in Forensic and investigation The following qualifications will be an added advantage:
 Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE);
 Certified Forensic Investigation Professional (CFIP);

 Certified Public Accountant (CPA(T));
 Experience in fraud investigations and, or litigation;
 Comprehensive knowledge and experience in reviewing internal controls systems;
 Computer literacy and experience in the use of forensic audit soft wares;
 A sound qualitative and quantitative analytical skills; and
 Good communication and writing skills.
 Applicant should have a minimum of two years working experience in the relevant field. Candidates with experience from investigative work will be given priority.


X.M. DAUDI
Secretary
Public Service Recruitment Secretariat

 

 

 

ACCOUNTANT
Qualifications: Bachelor’s  degree in Accounting and finance or equivalent qualifications
Apply: Managing Consultant  People Dynamics Limited
Box 11267, Dar es Salaam
or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Daily News April 28, 2015
Deadline: May 15 ,  2015

INTERNAL  AUDITOR
Qualifications: Bachelor’s  degree in Accounting and finance Economics,Commerce or equivalent qualifications
Apply: Managing Consultant  People Dynamics Limited
Box 11267, Dar es Salaam
or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Daily News April 28, 2015
Deadline: May 15 ,  2015

SYSTEMS  ANALYST  II
Qualifications: Holder of a degree in Computer Science or Information systems;Telecommunication or related computer studies from a recognized institution
Apply: The Executive Director,
Ocean Road Cancer Institute
Box 3592, Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News
April 28, 2015
Deadline: May 12 ,  2015

NURSING OFFICER II - 5  POSTS
Qualifications: Holder of  Diploma in Nursing from a recognized institution,must be registered by the Tanzania Nurses and Midwifery Council
Apply: The Executive Director,
Ocean Road Cancer Institute
Box 3592, Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News
April 28, 2015
Deadline: May 12 ,  2015

HEALTH LABORATORY TECHNOLOGIST II - 2  POSITIONS
Qualifications: Holder of Diploma in Laboratory or any related field from any recognized institution
Apply: The Executive Director,
Ocean Road Cancer Institute
Box 3592, Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News
April 28, 2015
Deadline: May 12 ,  2015

LECTURER - 2 POSITIONS
Qualifications: Holder of Doctorate (PhD)degree in a relevant field who is eligible for registration as technical teacher or registered technical teacher,holder of Master’s degree/PhD in a relevant field who is working in a similar position in related or allied institution
Apply: Principal,
Law School of Tanzania 
Box 9422, Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi April 17,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015
ACCOUNT TECHNICIAN III - 2 POSITIONS
Qualifications: Holder of  Form IV/VI Certificate with NABE II or ATEC I Certificate
Apply: The Executive Director,
Ocean Road Cancer Institute
Box 3592, Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News April 28, 2015
Deadline: May 12 ,  2015

PLANNING OFFICER III
Qualifications: Holder of  degree in economics,Planning/Project Planning and Statistics from recognized institutions
Apply: The Executive Director,
Ocean Road Cancer Institute
Box 3592, Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News April 28, 2015
Deadline: May 12 ,  2015

MEDICAL OFFICER III - 5 POSTS
Qualifications: Holder of  Doctor of Medicine degree or its equivalent from any recognized institution who has completed internship and registered with the Medical Council of Tanganyika
Apply: The Executive Director,
Ocean Road Cancer Institute
Box 3592, Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News April 28, 2015
Deadline: May 12 ,  2015

MEDICAL SPECIALIST II -  3 POSITIONS (GYNECOLOGY,PEDIATRICS AND CLINICAL RESEARCH)
Qualifications: Holder of  Doctor of Medicine degree who has obtained Masters degree in Gynecology or Pediatrics or Clinical research/Epidemiology/Public Health
Apply: The Executive Director,
Ocean Road Cancer Institute
Box 3592, Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News April 28, 2015
Deadline: May 12 ,  2015

PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNICIAN - 2 POSITIONS
Qualifications: Holder of  Diploma in Pharmacy or its equivalent from any recognized institution Apply: The Executive Director,
Ocean Road Cancer Institute
Box 3592, Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News
April 28, 2015
Deadline: May 12 ,  2015

ENGINEER  I
Qualifications: Holder of a degree in Electrical and Electronic or Biomedical Engineering from a recognized institution and must be registered with the Engineers Registration  Board
Apply: The Executive Director,
Ocean Road Cancer Institute
Box 3592, Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News
April 28, 2015
Deadline: May 12 ,  2015
RADIOGRAPHER  III - 2 POSITIONS
Qualifications: Holder of  Diploma in Radiography from any recognized institution
Apply: The Executive Director,
Ocean Road Cancer Institute
Box 3592, Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News April 28, 2015
Deadline: May 12 ,  2015

HEALTH SECRETARY III
Qualifications: Holder of a Bachelor’s degree or Advanced Diploma in Health Services Management or Public Health Administration
Apply: The Executive Director,
Ocean Road Cancer Institute
Box 3592, Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News April 28, 2015
Deadline: May 12 ,  2015

DIRECTOR OF TECHNICAL
SERVICES
Qualifications: Holder of  MSc. degree (electrical and Electronic or Biomedical Engineering from a recognized institution and must be with Engineers Registration  Board
Apply: The Executive Director,
Ocean Road Cancer Institute
Box 3592, Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News April 28, 2015
Deadline: May 12 ,  2015

SHIPPING SERVICES OFFICER II -2 POSITIONS
Qualifications: Holder of a university degree in Port Management,Shipping Management, Transport Management,Commerce, Marketing or equivalent qualification Apply: Director General,
Sumatra head Office
Box 3093, Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi April 17, 2015
Deadline: May 04 ,  2015

FLAG AND PORT STATE CONTROL OFFICER I -2 POSITIONS
Qualifications: Holder of a university degree  or Advanced Diploma in Nautical Science, Maritime Transportation, Marine Engineering ,Naval Architecture,Mechanical Engineering or equivalent
Apply: Director General,
Sumatra head Office
Box 3093, Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi April 17, 2015
Deadline: May 04 ,  2015

PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLIES OFFICER GRADE II
Qualifications: Holder of First degree/Advanced Diploma in Procurement and Logistics Management or equivalent qualification from a recognized institution
Apply: Principal,
Law School of Tanzania 
Box 9422, Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi April 17,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015
SENIOR LECTURER
Qualifications: Holder of Doctorate (PhD)degree in a relevant field who is eligible for registration as a technical teacher with  working experience in teaching research and consultancy of at least three years in lectureship position
Apply: Principal,
Law School of Tanzania 
Box 9422, Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi April 17,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015

RECEPTIONIST GRADE II
Qualifications: Holder of National Form Four/Six Certificate with passes in English and Kiswahili and who has undergone a receptionist course from a registered institution
Apply: Principal,
Law School of Tanzania 
Box 9422, Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi April 17,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015

RECORDS MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT GRADE II - 2 POSITIONS
Qualifications: Holder of a Certificate in Records Management from a recognized institution
Apply: Principal,
Law School of Tanzania 
Box 9422, Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi April 17,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER GRADE II
Qualifications: Holder of a university degree/Advanced Diploma in Public Administration or related field
Apply: Principal,
Law School of Tanzania 
Box 9422, Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi April 17,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015

ECONOMIST  GRADE II
Qualifications: Holder of a degree in Economics or Statistics from any recognized institution
Apply: Principal,
Law School of Tanzania 
Box 9422, Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi April 17,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015

MARKETING  MANAGER 
Qualifications: Holder of Master’s degree or Advanced Diploma in Marketing or Economics or Business Administration or Political Science and Administration or Sociology or Social security or any other related qualification from a recognized institution coupled with at least a minimum of three years working experience in related fields
Apply: www.ppftz.org
Box 33114 , Dar es Salaam
Details The Guardian Apr 10,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015
ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT GRADE II - 2 POSITIONS
Qualifications: Holder of B.Com or Advanced Diploma in Accountancy or equivalent
Apply: Principal,
Law School of Tanzania 
Box 9422, Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi April 17,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015

FIELD OFFICER GRADE II
Qualifications: Holder of LL.B degree from a recognized institution and must be registered as an advocate of the High Court  of Tanzania with at least one year of experience in legal practice
Apply: Principal,
Law School of Tanzania 
Box 9422, Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi April 17,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015

PLANNING MANAGER
Qualifications: Holder of Bachelor ‘s degree in Economics or Statistics from a recognized institution
Apply: The Director General,
Vocational Education and Training Authority
Box 2849, Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi April 17, 2015
Deadline: May 10 ,  2015

SENIOR LIBRARIAN
Qualifications: Holder of a Bachelor’s degree in Librarianship or equivalent academic qualification from a recognized institution and at least five years of working experience
Apply: Principal,
Law School of Tanzania 
Box 9422, Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi April 17,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015

HEAD OF MOTORING AND
EVALUATION 
Qualifications: Holder of Master’s
degree in Business Administration, Engineering Management,
Project Management,Finance, Economics,or its equivalent Apply: Chief Executive Officer Universal Communications
Services Access Fund
Box 33114 , Dar es Salaam
Details The Guardian Apr 10,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015

MEMBER CARE TRAINEE (CORRESPONDENT) 4 - POSITIONS 
Qualifications: Holder of degree or Advanced Diploma in Marketing or Economics or Social Security or Business Administration or any other related qualification from a recognized institution and must be computer literate
Apply: www.ppftz.org
Box 33114 , Dar es Salaam
Details The Guardian Apr 10,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015

CUSTOMER CARE OFFICER
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree
or its equivalent in Health
Promotion,Mass Communication,Marketing, Public health or Social Sciences
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Daily News April 24,2015
Deadline: May 12 ,  2015

ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT - 2 POSITIONS
Qualifications: B.com (Accounts)Bachelor of Commerce, Advanced Diploma in Accounting or equivalent with three years experience
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Daily News April 24,2015
Deadline: May 12 ,  2015

OFFICE MANAGEMENT SECRETARY
Qualifications: Holder of Diploma in Secretarial duties with at least six years working experience two of which must be in a senior job
Apply: Managing Editor Tanzania Standard (Newspapers) Limited
Box  9033 , Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News April 24,2015
Deadline: May 14 ,  2015

HUMAN RESOURCE AND ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGER
Qualifications: Holder of MBA in Human Resources Management or Msc. Human Resources Management,Public Administration or its equivalent from a recognized institution
Apply: Managing Editor Tanzania Standard (Newspapers) Limited
Box  9033 , Dar es Salaam
Details: Daily News April 24,2015
Deadline: May 14 ,  2015

KOGOMA PROGRAMME MANAGER
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Health/Business Administration or equivalent,Master’s degree in Public Health or Business Administration will be an added advantage
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Mwananchi April 22,2015
Deadline: May 06 ,  2015

ASSISTANT PLANNING OFFICER
Qualifications: BA Economics or BA statistics or BSc in Agriculture Economics or Agribusiness
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Daily News April 24,2015
Deadline: May 12,  2015

DEPUTY CLINICAL DIRECTOR
Qualifications: Advanced degree in obstetrics and gynecology with extensive program and clinical experience in Tanzania or similar setting
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Mwananchi April 22,2015
Deadline: May 06 ,  2015
PROJECT MANAGER,LAND AND HOUSING DELIVERY
Qualifications: Professional qualification in the built environment field such as construction project Management,Quantity Surveyor,Engineering,Architecture,or Town Planning
Apply: Chief Executive Officer WAT- Human Settlements Trust
Box  31606 ,Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi April 22,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015

OPERATIONS ENGINEER  
Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree in ICT fields specialising in telecommunication,electronics and communication,information technology or computer engineering with work experience Apply: Chief Executive Officer Universal Communications
Services Access Fund
Box 33114 , Dar es Salaam
Details The Guardian Apr 10,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015

FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION MANAGER
Qualifications: Graduate in Accountancy,Business Administration and holder of ACCA/CPA (T) Master’s degree in Business Administration or Finance will be an added advantage
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Mwananchi April 22,2015
Deadline: May 06 ,  2015

CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR FOR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING DEGREE PROGRAMME
Qualifications: Must be a registered Nurse and Midwife, a holder of Master’s degree with special interest in clinical teaching
Apply: Vice Chancellor Hurbet Kairuki Memorial University
Box  65300, Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi April 22,2015
Deadline: May 20 ,  2015

CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR FOR DIPLOMA IN NURSING PROGRAMME
Qualifications: Must be a registered Nurse and Midwife, a holder of first degree with special interest in clinical teaching Apply: Vice Chancellor Hurbet Kairuki Memorial University
Box  65300 ,Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi April 22,2015
Deadline: May 20 ,  2015

PROJECT TECHNICIAN LAND
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Land Surveying,Town Planning or relevant related fields
Apply: Chief Executive Officer WAT- Human Settlements Trust
Box  31606 ,Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi April 22,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015

RECORDS MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT
Qualifications: Form IV and Certificate in Records Management
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Daily News April 24,2015
Deadline: May 12 ,  2015

DIVERS - 2  POSITIONS
Qualifications: Holder of Secondary School Certificate,with a class “C” driving licence. The candidate must also have undergone training and attained Trade Test Grade II from a recognized institution
Apply: Director General,
Medical Stores Department
Box  9081 ,Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi April 21,2015
Deadline: May 04 ,  2015

SENIOR FINANCE ASSISTANT
Qualifications: Higher Diploma in Office Management/Administration and extensive experience in Administrative positions
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Daily News April 21,2015
Deadline: May 04 ,  2015

SENIOR DIARY PRODUCTION ADVISOR
Qualifications: Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in the fields of Animal and Veterinary Sciences,Holder of Master’s in Animal,Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences and Rural Development will be highly considered
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Daily News April 21,2015
Deadline: May 04 ,  2015

PROJECT  DRIVER
Qualifications: Vehicle Management Certificate and at least five years of experience in driving/Mechanic,a valid driver’s licence
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Daily News April 21,2015
Deadline: May 04 ,  2015

OFFICE ASSISTANT
Qualifications: Form IV with a pass in English and kiswahili
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Daily News April 24,2015
Deadline: May 12 ,  2015

HEAD OF MOTORING AND
EVALUATION 
Qualifications: Holder of Master’s
degree in Business Administration, Engineering Management,
Project Management,Finance, Economics,or its equivalent Apply: Chief Executive Officer Universal Communications
Services Access Fund
Box 33114 , Dar es Salaam
Details The Guardian Apr 10,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015

MARKETING OFFICER 3 - POSTS 
Qualifications: Holder of a degree or Advanced Diploma in Marketing or Economics or Social Security or Business Administration or Sociology or any other related qualification from a recognized institution coupled with at least a minimum of three years working experience in a related field
Apply: www.ppftz.org
Details The Guardian Apr 10,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015

ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCE ASSISTANT
Qualifications: Diploma in Office
Management/Administration and demonstrated experience in Administrative positions
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Daily News April 21,2015
Deadline: May 04 ,  2015

PROJECT ASSISTANT -NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
Qualifications: Minimum Diploma
in Environmental Science,
Forestry or General Agriculture Science preferred. Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science,Forestry or General Agriculture Science
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Daily News April 21,2015
Deadline: May 04 ,  2015

PROJECT ASSISTANT -AGRICULTURE
Qualifications: Minimum Diploma
in Crop production/crop science
preferred.Bachelor of Science
degree in Agriculture or Agro
nomy,Agricultural Extensions
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Daily News April 21,2015
Deadline: May 04 ,  2015

DIVERS - 2  POSITIONS, DAR
Qualifications: Holder of Secondary School Certificate with a class “C” driving licence. The candidate must also have undergone training and attained Trade Test Grade II
Apply: Director General,
Medical Stores Department
Box  9081 ,Dar es Salaam
Details: Mwananchi April 21,2015
Deadline: May 04 ,  2015

PROJECT ASSISTANT -SOCIAL CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT
Qualifications: Minimum Diploma
 in Community Development,
Preferred Bachelor’s degree
in Rural Sociology/Anthropology,
Gender studies and Community Development
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Details: Daily News April 21,2015
Deadline: May 04 ,  2015

HEAD OF PROJECT PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT  
Qualifications: Master’s degree in the field of ICT. Possession of a Master’s degree in Business Administration or Economics is an added advantage
Apply: Chief Executive Officer Universal Communications
Services Access Fund
Box 33114 , Dar es Salaam
Details The Guardian Apr 10,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015

OPERATIONS TRAINEE FOR ZONES 6 - POSITIONS 
Qualifications: Holder of a degree or Advanced Diploma in Marketing or Economics or Social Security Administration or Insurance or any other related qualification from a recognised institution and must be computer literate
Apply: www.ppftz.org
Details The Guardian Apr 10,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015

CONTRIBUTIONS TRAINEE- 8 POSITIONS 
Qualifications: Holder of a degree or Advanced Diploma in Finance Management or Social Security Administration or Insurance or Information Technology or Economics or its equivalent from a recognized institution and must be computer literate
Apply: www.ppftz.org
Details The Guardian Apr 10,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015

OPERATIONS TRAINEE FOR ZONES- 16 POSITIONS 
Qualifications: Holder of a degree or Advanced Diploma in Marketing or Economics or Social Security Administration or Insurance or any other related qualification from a recognized institution and must be computer literate
Apply: www.ppftz.org
Details The Guardian Apr 10,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015

INTERNAL AUDITOR 
Qualifications: Holder of Bachelor of Commerce degree (Accounting major)or its equivalent from a recognized institution with work experience of at least three years
Apply: Chief Executive Officer Universal Communications
Services Access Fund
Box 33114 , Dar es Salaam
Details The Guardian
April 10,2015
Deadline: May 08 ,  2015

WUSC COUNTRY DIRECTOR
Qualifications: MA, a relevant discipline or relevant work experience deemed as equivalent
Apply: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
Details The Citizen May 01,2015
Deadline: May 11 ,  2015


Sixth Floor, Harbourview Towers, Samora Avenue
P O Box 72175, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
TEL: (+255-22) 2123850; 2123853; 2123854; 2123856; FAX: (+255-22) 2123180
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Website: http://www.ewura.go.tz


Employment Opportunity
The Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) is an independent, world class regulatory authority responsible for licensing, tariff regulation and quality of service regulation of the electricity, water, petroleum and natural gas sectors. EWURA has the following vacancy for which suitably qualified Tanzanian citizens are invited to apply

Post Title: Director of Internal Audit – One Post

Duty Station: EWURA Head Office – Dar es Salaam

Reports to: Board of Directors


The Director of Internal Audit reports functionally to the Board of Directors and to the Director General on administrative matters. The Directorate assists the Board and Management in instituting effective internal control system, risk management and good governance processes.
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
a) To formulate, present for the Board’s approval and implement internal audit policies which are in line with the Authority’s regulatory function.
b) To coordinate risk assessment on EWURA operations, advising the Authority on possible risk factors and designing appropriate control/mitigating measures;
c) To advise the Authority on possible risk factors and design appropriate control/mitigating measures;
d) To prepare and implement an internal audit plan that provides quality assurance;
e) To review and advise on compliance of existing laws on operations of the Authority;
f) To validate whether results of operations are consistent with established and approved budget by performing operational reviews and appraising

the economy, efficiency and effectiveness with which resources are employed;
g) To carry out examination of financial accounting and supporting documents to ensure compliance with the existing financial regulations;
h) To evaluate the effectiveness of existing system of internal control and recommend appropriate improvement;
i) To identify and recommend relevant policies that ensures the Authority’s assets are properly accounted and safeguard from loss;
j) To prepare and submit periodic internal audit reports;
k) To conduct and supervise investigation of special assignments;
l) To effectively administer all resources allocated to the Directorate, including offering technical and operational support to staff members in the Division; and
m) To undertake any other duties as assigned by the Director General and/or Board of Directors.
Academic Qualifications and Experience
The ideal candidate for this position should have the following qualifications and experience:
a) University Degree/ Advanced Diploma majoring in Accounting or finance from a recognized higher learning institution;
b) Masters degree majoring in Accounting or Finance;
c) Certified Public Accountant, CPA (T) or ACCA and must be registered with the National Board of Accountants and Auditors (NBAA) in the category of either Associate Certified Public Accountants (ACPAs) or Associate Certified Public Accountant in Public Practice (ACPA-PPs) or Fellow Certified Public Accountants (FCPAs);
d) Knowledge and Competence in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) application, and familiarity with one of the accounting software;
e) A strong background of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and good knowledge of Public Sector Accounting and Reporting Principles; and
f) Not less than Eight (8) years work experience in relevant fields out of which three (3) years should be in senior audit position.


Personal Attributes
In addition to the above skills and qualifications, applicants for the above position are required to have the following attributes:
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a) A very high level of integrity, honesty and sense of responsibility;
b) Ability to work under pressure and produce expected results;
c) Ability to work in a dynamic team;
d) Ability to self manage, achieve results and meet deadlines; and
e) Willingness to work beyond the call of duty.
Tenure and Remuneration
a) A competitive salary will be offered to the right candidates for the posts.
b) EWURA is an equal opportunity employer.
c) Staff will be employed on 5 years renewable contracts. Mode of Application
Application letter with Curriculum Vitae (CV) including e-mail address or day time contact telephone number, together with photocopies of certificates and names and contacts of two referees should be addressed to reach the under-mentioned by 22nd APRIL 2015.
Only short listed candidate meeting the above criteria will be invited for interview. Lobbying and canvassing for employment will not be entertained and may work to the candidate’s disadvantage.


Application letter should be addressed to:
The Director General Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) Samora Avenue, 6th Floor, Harbour View Towers
(Former JM Mall Building) P O Box 72175 DAR ES SALAAM
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THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA
PRESIDENT’S OFFICE
PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT


Ref. Na EA.7/96/01/H/46 9th April, 2015
VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT.


On behalf of Tanzania Trade Development Authority (Tan Trade), Tanzania Tree Seed
Agency (TTSA), Tanzania Atomic Energy Commission (TAEC), Institute of Rural
Development Planning (IRDP), Institute of Judicial Administration (IJA), Ardhi University,
Water Development and Management Institute (WDMI), Tanzania Public Service College
(TPSC), Procurement and Supplies Professionals and Technicians Board (PSPTB),
Tanzania Small Holders Tea Development Agency (TSHTDA), Public Service
Recruitment Secretariat invites qualified Tanzanians to fill 73 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. 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.
v. FORM IV AND FORM VI RESULTS SLIPS ARE STRICTLY NOT ACCEPTED
vi. Testimonials, Partial transcripts and results slips will not be accepted.
vii. Presentation of forged academic certificates and other information in the CV will necessitate to legal action
viii. Applicants for senior positions currently employed in the public service should route their application letters through their respective employers.
ix. 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.
x. Applicants who have/were retired from the Public Service for whatever reason should not apply.
xi. Applicants should indicate three reputable referees with their reliable contacts.
xii. Certificates from foreign examination bodies for ordinary or advanced level education should be certified by The National Examination Council of Tanzania (NECTA)
xiii. Certificates from foreign Universities should be verified by The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU)
xiv. Deadline for application is 30 April, 2015
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
Maombi yote ya kazi yatumwe kwenye mfumo wa kielektroniki wa Ajira (Recruitment Portal) kupitia anuani ifuatayo;
http://portal.ajira.go.tz/
(Anuani hii pia inapatikana kwenye tovuti ya Sektretarieti ya ajira kwa kuingia sehemu iliyoandikwa ‘Recruitment Portal’)
MUHIMU: KUMBUKA KUWEKA (ATTACH) BARUA YAKO YA MAOMBI KWENYE SEHEMU YA ‘OTHER ATTACHEMENTS.
1.0 TANZANIA TRADE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (TanTrade)
Tanzania Trade Development Authority (TanTrade) was established by Act No. 4 of 2009 with overall objective of Developing and Promoting Trade, both in domestic and foreign markets. Her establishment followed a repeal of the Acts of Parliament No. 15 of 1973 that created the Board of Internal Trade (BIT) which was responsible for Domestic Market Development and the Act of Parliament No.5 of 1978 that established the Board of External Trade (BET) that was responsible for Foreign Market Development. The mandates of the two defunct institutions are now vested on TanTrade which builds on the knowledge and vast experiences accumulated from the past. The TanTrade’s general objective is “To develop concrete activities and programmes that will enable Tanzania to become and remain a strong and competitive trading nation”.
1.1 TRADE POLICY, PLANNING AND FACILITATION MANAGER - (1 POST)
1.2 REPORTS TO DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH, PLANNING AND CAPACITY BUILDING
1.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Head of Trade Policy, Planning and Facilitation Section
 Advice the Director of Research Planning and Capacity Building in formulating research and planning strategies in line with the Authority’s business strategy.
 Manage all departmental plans.
 Provide advice on trade policy management.
 Support efforts to design and implement trade development strategies by initiating advocacy measures to stimulate both domestic and international trade.
 Manage capacity building measures in order to develop and consolidate the capability of local enterprises and other business operators (SMEs) to trade locally and internationally.
 Ensure coherence and complementarities between trade policy and other development policies.
 Supervision of all SME development and capacity building programs of TanTrade.
 Provide key role in preparation of Strategic Plan and annual plans
 Monitor progress against objectives, plans and key milestones and reports accordingly.
 Manage economic data collection and analysis.
 Provide key role in managing the general Planning sub-system of the Planning Section.
 Manage preparation of position papers and policy briefs.
 Manage initiative of advising the Government on when to initiate safeguard action as per relevant WTO trade remedies and on the management of the trade remedies scheme.
 Manage provision of consultancy services related to sourcing of imports which are beneficial to Tanzania in terms of BoP, Product standards and value for money.
 Manage activities of advising Government on issues of national interest on international trade negotiations at the bilateral, regional and multilateral levels.
 Manage TanTrade initiatives of advising the Government on the integration of multilateral trade rules at the bilateral, regional and multilateral levels.
 Represent TanTrade in Trade Negotiations and other forums.
 To recommend policy proposals, plans of action and programs on general trade issues, particularly trade liberalization and trade policy review to the Government.
 Monitor TanTrade development programmes and provision of essential assistance where and when required.
 Oversee the planning and execution of special research events which are in line with TanTrade’s strategic plan.
 Measure and monitor progress towards the achievement of country programme goals, advising on re-orientation and corrective action where necessary.
 Contribute to the preparation and implementation of integrated programmes for the country. And
 Prepare regular and annual reports on progress related to research and development activities
 Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by superior.
1.4 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree either in Economics, Business Administration, Economic Policy Management, International Trade or Business Administration (Corporate Management) from a recognized Institution.
 At least seven (7) years proven working experience in a senior position in a reputable organization handling trade policy, planning, research and trade facilitation matters.
 Computer literacy
1.5 REMUNERATION
According to TanTrade Salary Scale: TTSS 10


1.7 PROMOTIONAL SERVICES MANAGER - (1 POST)
1.8 REPORT TO DIRECTOR OF PROMOTIONAL SERVICES
1.9 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Manage the planning, coordination and administration of the Dar es Salaam International Trade Fair and other exhibitions.
 Manage coordination of outgoing and incoming trade missions.
 Manage coordination of promotion activities of Trade Fairs and exhibitions support organized by the Authority
 Manage issuing of permit to exhibitions organizers.
 Keep abreast of current and future client demands, world trade situation and activities within the country, and provide up-to-date relevant information to exhibitors.
 Participate in the development of new technical cooperation approaches, in line with changing customer needs, specifically geared towards the needs of the business community, Trade Support Institutions (TSIs) and enterprises.
 Advice business community on upcoming events (trade fairs, conferences, seminars, trade missions, etc.), and suggested next steps, to assist them to take full advantage of business opportunities.
 Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by superior.
1.10 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Holder of a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, International Trade, International Business, International Marketing, Business Administration (Corporate Management), Economics or equivalent from a recognized Institution.
 At least seven (7) years working experience in a senior position. Experience on event organization is added advantages.
 Computer literacy
1.11 REMUNERATION
According to TanTrade Salary Scale: TTSS 10


1.12 CHIEF ACCOUNTANT - (1 POST)
1.13 REPORTS TO DIRECTOR OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assist the Director of Finance and Administration in providing financial information whenever required.
 Assist the Director of Finance and Administration in handling investment projects of the Authority
 Prepare Final accounts, budget and budget controls.
 Direct implementation of accounting functions by ensuring collection, classification, recording and reconciliation of accounting data.
 Prepare in accordance with accepted accounting principles, the consolidated annual accounts of the Authority
 Initiate and recommend improvements in accounting system.
 Manage the internal accounting and record keeping work for the Authority
 Prepare statutory statements of the Authority.
 Ensure remittance and returns to the Government are made timely.
 Provide adequate information for external audit that will safeguard the assets of the organization, check the accuracy and reliability of accounting data and encourage adherence to prescribed accounting policies.
 Perform any other relevant duties as may be assigned by the superior
1.14 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree either in Finance, Financial Management, Corporate Finance or Business Administration (Corporate Management)
 At least seven (7) years relevant working experience, and must be a holder of CPA (T), ACCA or its equivalent qualifications. Must be registered with NBAA.
 Computer literacy
1.15 REMUNERATION
According to TanTrade Salary Scale: TTSS 10


1.16 CORPORATE SECRETARY - (1 POST)
1.17 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Head of the Legal Unit
 Ensure the implementation of the most appropriate standards of Corporate Governance.
 Ensure that the Authority’s properties and interests are properly insured with reputable insurance companies that are dully registered under the Insurance Act.
 Ensure that litigations and arbitrations are duly attended to without undue delay and in a cost effective manner.
 Ensure proper custody of the Authority’s Seal and legal documents related to the operations of the Authority i.e. Insurance Policies, Contract Documents and deeds, Minutes and Register of Licenses, title deeds, Memorandum of Understanding and any other related documents.
 Keep abreast with any new changes in Law that apply to the Authority’s operations and Programmes.
 Liaison with Government Ministries, Departments, Agencies and other Institutions involved in legal matters.
 Networking with the Attorney General’s Office, Law Reform Commission, Tanganyika Law Society and other related bodies.
 Draft all legal documents, regulations, briefs, orders, resolutions, and/all directions required to be issued by the Authority in accordance with its Establishment Act or any other Acts.
 Interpret, review and update various legal documents such as regulations, orders, Powers of Attorney, etc. issued by the Authority or on behalf of the Authority under its Establishment Act or for the interest of the Authority.
 Advise the Board of Directors and Management on legal matters and law generally.
 Provide legal interpretation and legal opinions/advice.
 Custodian of Board Papers, resolutions and advice the Director General on the implementation of Board’s Resolutions.
 File the resolutions accordingly.
 Ensure the Authority’s legal profile is maintained.
 Perform any other duties as may be assigned by the Director General
1.18 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree in Law from a recognized Institution.
 Should be registered with the High Court of Tanzania as an advocate.
 Knowledge on research and research findings interpretations.
 Interest and experience in Business Law.
 Masters Degree in Business Administration is an added advantage.
 At least eight (8) years proven working experience in Law, five (5) of which in a senior position in a reputable organization.
 Computer literacy


1.19 LEGAL OFFICER II - (1 POST)
1.20 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assist in making follow up on the Authority cases in courts of law, tribunals and Advocates’ Chambers and keep records of all pending cases.
 Assist the Supervisor in drafting and filing legal documents.
 Liaise with law firms instructed to represent the Authority in various legal matters.
 Assist in conducting research on cases and preparing submissions to courts and tribunals.
 Assist in advising on all claims with potential to be subject of litigation by or against the Authority.
 Assist in preparing weekly case lists and submitting the same to superiors.
 Assist in reviewing administrative disciplinary cases as delegated by the Supervisor.
 Assist in preparing witnesses and documentary evidence in respect of cases scheduled for hearing.
 Assist in drafting final submissions.
 Assist in maintaining court files and other legal documents for reference.
 Attend to matters filed at the Commission for Mediation and Arbitration and at the Labour Court.
 Assist in conducting search for document and information from relevant institutions.
 Perform any other related duties as assigned by the Supervisor
1.21 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree in Law (LLB) from Accredited University
 Graduate from School of Law/ successfully completed internship
 Computer literacy
 Fluent in Swahili and English both spoken and written
1.22 REMUNERATION
According to TanTrade Salary Scale: TTSS 5


1.23 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICER II - (1 POST)
1.24 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assist in analyzing designing and implementation of applications systems for the Authority
 Assist in providing technical advice on all issues concerning information technology.
 Assist in providing technical support to staff in all system software’s, which include operating systems, application software packages
 Assist in managing organization network security and security of the system.
 Assist in performing database tuning and performance monitoring system,
 Assist in providing advice to applications’ users on the effective use of application packages,
 Perform administration of workstations to the local area Network (LAN) and Wide Area Network (WAN).
 Troubleshoot on hardware, software and network connectivity problems,
 Perform any other duties relevant to the scope of work as may be assigned by the superior
1.25 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree either in Computer Science, Information Technology, Information Systems or Computer Engineering from a recognized institution.
1.26 REMUNERATION
According to TanTrade Salary Scale: TTSS 5
1.27 PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLIES OFFICER II (1 POST)
1.28 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assist in conducting physical stock-taking
 Check and count goods received and arranges for their physical placement (i.e. location and binning).
 Maintain and check tally bin cards.
 Extract stocks for issuance.
 Receive and issue goods.
 Prepare invoice/bills.
 Determine stores needs and places orders promptly.
 Monitor the Safety of Stores.
 Perform any other related duties as assigned by the superior
1.29 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree in Procurement and Supplies/ Materials Management or equivalent qualification from a recognized learning institution. Must be Computer literate.
1.30 REMUNERATION
According to TanTrade Scheme of Service: TTSS 5


1.31 PRINCIPAL PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER (1 POST)
1.32 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Overall in charge of the Public Relations Unit
 Enhance and maintain a good corporate image of the Authority with regard to trade development.
 Build, manage and maintain media relations with the government and its ministries, agencies, institutions and customers.
 Keep the general public informed of all relevant events and developments with regards to the Authority’s activities and programs.
 Recommend new or amend procedures for obtaining and reporting information in areas where, either inadequate or not available in accordance with the needs of the Authority.
 Prepare and carrying out effective programs of public relations with particular attention to different policies.
 Coordinate and prepare market promotional materials/advertisements within and outside the country.
 Prepare various publications such as press releases of the Authority.
 Prepare press conferences and meetings
 Examine and verify public opinions and advise on corrective measures
1.33 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree either in Journalism, Mass Communication, Public Relations or Foreign Languages from an accredited learning institution
 Fluent in Swahili and English languages.
 Ability to communicate in French, Spanish, Chinese and Arabic will be added advantage.
 Computer literacy
 At least six (6) years proven relevant working experience in the relevant field from a reputable organization.
1.34 REMUNERATION
According to TanTrade Salary Scale: TTSS 9


1.35 PRINCIPAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICER - (1 POST)
1.36 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Facilitate Installation, configuration and activation of new technology and communication services;
 Assist in Initiating hardware and software procurement needs and maintenance;
 Advise on proper security of equipment and data by ensuring that equipment and systems are well secured;
 Maintain and update website and implement various web application programs;
 Coordinate development and maintenance of the Agency central Database.
 Encourage introduction of new information and communication technologies services.
 Test, approve inspect installation of equipment in the Organisation.
 Manages and ensure connectivity with telecentres in zone offices.
 Provide proposal for disposal of IT assets.
 Providing technical support to staff in all systems software,
 Manage the Authority’s online and offline information systems and resources.
 Liaise with other institutions on IT development issues.
 Supervise junior staff in IT Section.
 Perform any other duties relevant to the scope of work as may be assigned by the superior
1.37 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree either in Computer Science, Information Technology, Information Systems or Computer Engineering from a recognized institution.
 At least six (6) years proven relevant working experience in in the relevant field from a reputable organization.
1.38 REMUNERATION
 According to TanTrade Salary Scale: TTSS 9


1.39 SENIOR RECORDS MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT- (1 POST)
1.40 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Maintain up-to-date register of files and file index books,
 Give file numbers to file searchers.
 Review pending correspondence and listing files required for filling.
 Sort outgoing correspondence in accordance with instructions or established means of dispatch and checks dates and signature.
 Assemble flimsy copies and files them for consultation to listed officers,
 Weed out inactive files i.e. old closed volumes, files with torn covers etc.
 Check files in the cabinet/rack periodically to ensure proper order and neatness.
 Draft acknowledgement letters on matters related to mail clearing.
 Supervise junior staff.
 Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superior.
1.41 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Certificate either in Records Management, or Archive Administration from a recognized institution.
 Must be Computer literate.
 At least four (4) years working experience in the relevant field from a reputable organization.
1.42 REMUNERATION
 According to TanTrade Salary Scale: TTSS 4
2.0 TANZANIA TREE SEED AGENCY (TTSA)
Tanzania Tree Seed Agency (TTSA) is a semi-autonomous body within the ambit of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism. The Chief Executive who reports to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism is the overall incharge of all TTSA activities.
The aim of TTSA is “To enhance sustainable supply of forest products and environmental conservation by producing, procuring and marketing high quality tree seeds and other propagating materials”.


2.1 SUPPORT UNIT MANAGER – 1 POST
JOB SUMMARY
The Support Unit Manager (SUM) is the Head of the Support Unit and is accountable to the Chief Executive – Tanzania Tree Seed Agency for the coordination, advisory, and supervision of TTSA activities pertaining to general office administration and management of Human resources; accounts and procurement management.
2.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Provide Leadership To The Support Unit;
 Provide Advice To The Chief Executive On The Administration And Management Of The Agency;
 Facilitate The Provision Of A Conducive Working Environment At TTSA;
 Interpret And Provide Advice On Terms And Conditions Of Service;
 Coordinate The Preparation Of Long And Short Term Plans And Corresponding Budgets For TTSA;
 Prepare And Review TTSA’s Staff Regulations And Schemes Of Service;
 Develop And Review TTSA’s Staffing Levels And Accordingly Provide Advice And Submit To Appropriate Authorities;
 Develop And Maintain TTSA’s Employees’ Records Data Bank;
 Interpret, Advise And Enforce Compliance With Relevant Legislations, Regulations And Procedures In Aspects Of Administration And Human Resources Management, Procurement, And Accounting;
 Plan And Oversee Effective Office Management And Staff Welfare;
 Coordinate And Spearhead Development And Implementation Of Staff Training And Development Programmmes;
 Establishes And Maintains Policies On Staff Recruitment, Training, Wage Structure, Promotion And Discipline;
 Perform Any Other Duties As May Be Assigned By The Chief Executive
2.3 QUALIFICATIONS
 Masters Degree either in Business Administration Specialized in Accounting, Public Administration, Manpower Planning, Law or Human Resource Management from recognized Universities with work experience of not less than five (5) years in the cadre/profession.
2.4 REMUNERATION
Salary Scale LLSE/2


2.5 MARKETING OFFICER II – 1 POST
2.6 DUTY STATION: Morogoro at the Headquarters
2.7 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Collect, analyze and prepare information on the demand of tree seeds and seedlings form the market;
 Analyze and prepare information on the variance between the demand and production of tree seeds and seedlings;
 Collect, compile and update sector policies and legislations;
 Collect, analyze, commercial/trade statistics on seeds and seedlings from zonal offices and compile them into periodic reports and
 Prepare periodic implementation reports.
 Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by his/her supervisor.
2.8 QUALIFICATIONS
 Bachelor Degree or Advanced Diploma either in Commerce or economics; and/or Bachelor of Science in Forestry from recognized/accredited Universities.
2.9 REMUNERATION
Salary Scale TGS D


3.0 ACCOUNTS ASSISTANT - 2 POSTS
3.1 SUPERVISOR: SENIOR ACCOUNTANT
3.2 DUTY STATION: In one of the Seed Centres at Morogoro, Iringa and Lushoto.
3.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Prepare and maintain Accounts Registers and books such as journals, petty cash books, ledgers, registers and vouchers;
 Prepare payment vouchers and receipts, verify their accuracy and make necessary calculations and corrections;
 Maintain accounts records files; to prepare and convey accounts documents
 The Bank and to prepare Bank Reconciliation reports.
 Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by his/her supervisor.
3.4 QUALIFICATIONS
 Certificate of ATEC II or Foundation Level offered by NBAA or NABE III or equivalent professional qualifications from a recognised training institution.
3.5 REMUNERATON
Salary Scale TGS B
4.0 TANZANIA ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION (TAEC)
The Tanzania Atomic Energy Commission (TAEC) is a Regulatory Commission established under the Atomic Energy Act No. 7 of 2003, which became effective on 1st July 2004. The Commission has been mandated to regulate and supervise the use of Atomic Energy and Nuclear Technology so as to protect workers, patients, the public and the environment from harmful effects of both Ionizing and Non-Ionizing Radiation. Further to this TAEC has been mandated to co-ordinate and facilitate the promotion of Nuclear Technology and the safe and peaceful utilization of Atomic Energy.


4.1 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH OFFICER - (1 POST)
4.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Create data management system for all applications in the commission (Oracle, SQL and other scientific data management systems);
 Create ICT based training modules and develop yearly schedule for training;
 Conduct ICT based training;
 Troubleshoot computer virus related problems;
 Manage and update the commission website and intranet;
 Manage all servers of the commission;
 Install, maintain, troubleshoot and upgrade computer hardware, software, personal computer networks, peripheral equipment and electronic mail systems;
 Other duties as assigned to him/her by his/her seniors.
 Not above 45 years
4.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree either in Information Technology, Computer Science, Computer Engineering or Electronics and Communications Sciences.
4.4 REMUNERATION
PRSS 3


4.5 SENIOR RADIATION HEALTH PHYSICS RESEARCH OFFICER - (1 POST)-RE-ADVERTISED
4.6 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Carry out a routine study to identify priority areas for research in the field of dosimetry for dose optimization in Ionizing Radiation practices;
 Design and implement a research programme, and facilitate the dissemination or use of the research outputs;
 Provide consultancy services for safety analysis and assessment in support of authorization services particularly of practices being introduced for the first time;
 Supervise/assist junior staff in the activities of the section;
 Identify training needs of specific radiation protection in the section;
 Prepare document and implement a quality assurance and quality control programme and manual;
 Participate in international annual (e.g. IAEA) protection and therapy level postal TL-dose intercomparisons;
 Participate in International (e.g. IAEA) or regional protection and therapy level intercomparisons for ion chamber calibration and measurements;
 Seek and work for the laboratory accreditation or certification with reputable laboratories in the field; and maintain such accreditation;
 Design and implement follow-up programme for over exposed workers;
 Upgrade dosimetry Laboratory and related equipment and facilities through acquisition of equipment and consumables or refurbishment;
 Design and implement research programmes, and facilitate the dissemination or use of the research outputs;
 Provide consultancy services for safety analysis and assessment in support of authorization services particularly of practices being introduced for the first time;
 Perform any other related duties assigned by his/her seniors.
4.7 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree either in Nuclear Sciences, Physics, Radiological Health, Medical Physics, Radiation Protection, or Radiation Physics and
 A working experience of at least five (5) years working experience in research work after Masters Degree and
 Candidates must have published at least three scientific publications after Masters Degree
 Master’s Degrees with working experience of at least six years after Masters Degree and published at least four scientific publications after Masters Degree will be slotted in PRSS 6.
 Not above 45 years
4.8 REMUNERATION
PRSS 5


4.9 RADIATION HEALTH PHYSICS RESEARCH OFFICER - (2 POSTS)
4.10 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Participate in the regional and international dose inter comparisons
 Provides advice to radiation safety officer’s liaison with other institutions.
 Responsible for dosimetry and calibration of radiation measuring systems and interpretation of results.
 Implementation and co-ordination of radiation protection services.
 Performance of research activities for the improvement of radiation protection services.
 Will be assigned specific duties in his/her relevant scientific discipline.
 Establish and maintain registers and computer database for radiation sources, licenses and various practices, which shall be kept up to date;
 Formulate and implement appropriate procedures for informing licensees and the public about radiation safety aspects of the regulated practices;
 Assist health physicists in the coordination preparation, amendment of regulations, code of practice, radiation protection guides;
 Assist health physicists in establishing reference and intervention levels pertaining to the protection of radiation workers;
 Formulate and implement appropriate procedures for informing licensees and the public about radiation safety aspects of the regulated practices;
 Perform any other related duties assigned by his/her seniors
4.11 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Fresh holders of a Masters Degree in Nuclear Sciences, Physics, Radiological Health, Medical Physics, Radiation Protection, or Radiation Physics
 Not above 45 years
4.12 REMUNERATION
PRSS 3


4.13 ESTATE MANAGEMENT RESEARCH ASSISTANT- (1 POST)
4.14 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Supervises maintenance and cleaning of Institutes properties and grounds.
 Examines bills of quantities.
 Follows-up of title deeds and acquisition of land
 Prepares of budgets for minor maintenance works;
 Performs any other duties that may be assigned to him/her by the Head of Section.
4.15 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor degree either in Civil Engineering, Building, Architectural Studies with a minimum of an Upper Second (Honours) from a recognized Institution
4.16 REMUNERATION
 PRSS 1


4.17 CHIEF INTERNAL AUDITOR - (1 POST)
4.18 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Head the internal Auditor office;
 Conducts internal Auditor inspections and ensure adherence to the financial policies and procedures;
 Advises the Director General on Auditor reports and queries;
 Advises the Director General on the soundness, adequacy and application of accounting and financial controls.
 Performs any other duties assigned by the Director General.
4.19 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Must be registered with NBAA as an Authorized Accountant/ Auditor and holders of Master’s degree in relevant field.
 Holders of CPA (T) or equivalent with working experience of at least five years.
4.20 REMUNERATION
PGSS 20


4.21 SUPPLIES OFFICER II - (2 POSTS)
4.22 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Ensure full responsibilities for the entire procurement of supplies functions;
 Co-ordinate and forecast stores requirements;
 Ensure maintenance and amendment of stock level figures;
 Performs any other duties assigned by senior staff.
4.23 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree/Advanced Diploma in Procurements and logistics from recognized institution
 Not above 45 years
4.24 REMUNERATION
PGSS 10


4.25 RADIATION SAFETY INSPECTOR - (1 POST)
4.26 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assist Senior Staff in the inspection and licensing activities;
 Prepare and collect data required for processing various licence; application forms from prospective licensees of ionizing radiation for consideration by the licensing committee;
 Prepare programmes of regulatory inspections of ionizing radiation practices and implement or co-ordinate their implementation;
 Arrange and make follow-up inspections for implementation of safety remedial measures;
 Conduct radiation surveillance and quality control tests of radiation premises and equipment during inspections;
 Prepare inspection & surveillance reports and table them to relevant committees for consideration;
 Establish and maintain a register or inventory of violations by licensees;
 Establish and maintain strategic linkages with designated personnel in zones to monitor compliance or violations;
 Prepare and co-ordinate the implementation of QC and QA programmers for diagnostic radiography, medical imaging and therapy;
 Establish and maintain records for QC and QA for diagnostic radiography, medical imaging and therapy;
 Perform any other related duties assigned by his/her seniors.
4.27 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Holders of Diploma in Diagnostic radiography, radiotherapy, radiation protection, nuclear medicine or equivalent.
 Not above 45 years
4.28 REMUNERATION
PGSS 7


4.29 PERSONAL SECRETARY I (1 POST)
4.30 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Types all general correspondence and non-confidential matters
 Types letters, minutes, notes, bulletins, circulars, certificates, charts and stencils
 Duplicates reports, letter etc.
 Takes proper care of all machines under his/her charge and make sure they are used for official work only
 File copies of typed letter in relevant files
 Receives and directs visitors
 Make sure there are all necessary facilities for proper job performance e.g. typewriters, different typing papers, carbon papers, erasing ink, ribbons etc
 Performs any other duties assigned by the Head of Department
4.31 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Holders of a Diploma in Secretarial Studies from recognized institutions plus 100/100 wpm in English / Swahili and 50 wpm typing, tabulation, and Manuscript
Stage III, Secretarial Duty and Office Procedure stage II and has completed a Computer Course of not less than six months from recognized institutions.
 Not above 45 years
4.32 REMUNERATION
PGSS 9


4.33 DRIVER II (1 POST)-RE-ADVERTISED
4.34 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Undertake minor adjustments and repairs of Commission vehicles and report any major irregularities to the transport officer;
 Ensure vehicles are kept in good running condition;
 Supervise loading and unloading of materials;
 Ensure that repair and services are carried out as required on schedules;
 Ensures vehicles is used for purposes only;
 Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by his/her officers.
4.35 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Holders of form IV or VI certificate with Class C valid driving license.
 Candidate must demonstrate good understanding of English language.
 He/She should have some knowledge on motor vehicle maintenance.
 Not above 45 years
4.36 REMUNERATION
POSS 5


4.37 OFFICE ASSISTANT III (1 POST)
4.38 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Cleaning and tiding offices and surroundings;
 Collection and delivery of letters;
 Dispatch letters;
 Transmit official documents within the Institute;
 Carry machinery/equipment;
 Preparation and serving of tea/coffee etc.
 Perform any other duties assigned by the seniors.
4.39 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 National Form IV certificate holders with passes in English and Kiswahili.
 Not above 45 years
4.40 REMUNERATION
POSS 4
5.0 INSTITUTE OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING (IRDP)
The Institute of Rural Development Planning (IRDP) was established as a Corporate Body under the Act of Parliament No. 8 of 1980 as a Higher Learning Institute for providing Training, Research and Consultancy services in the fields of Rural Development Planning.


5.1 INTERNAL AUDITOR II – 1 POST
5.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Control and preparation of accounts up to Trial Balance.
 Execute Audit programmes regarding payment of imprests, bank reconciliation, ordering and payment for local goods and services;
 Assists in review of measures for safeguarding assets and inventories;
 Participate in stock tacking of the Institute Assets;
 Review Auditor working papers;
 Prepare and advise on Audit guidelines to be used by the Institute.
 Perform any other duties as assigned by the supervisor
5.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor degree in Accounting with CPA (T), ACCA or equivalent with at least three (3) years working experience and registered graduate Auditor.
5.4 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 10


5.5 ASSISTANT DEAN OF STUDENT III- 3 POSTS
5.6 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assist the Dean of Students in Students’ counseling and guidance in his/her respective Hall of residence.
 Coordinate students’ culture, recreational and sports activities in his/her Hall of resident.
 Take care of students’ welfare and ensure that the sick are urgently treated and taken care of satisfactorily.
 Perform any other duties prescribed by the Dean of Students
5.7 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree either in Education, Social Welfare, Social Work or community Development.
5.8 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 10


5.9 ACCOUNTANT II – 3 POSTS
5.10 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Prepare monthly payroll;
 Prepare journal voucher after preparation of payroll;
 Initiate payment vouchers for employee salaries;
 Prepare compulsory remittances to various authority;
 Liase with ppf, pspf and others in respect of employees pension;
 Ensure recovery of advances and imprest;
 Prepare salary advances, mid month advances etc;
 Prepare general ledger;
 Extract trial balance;
 Prepare monthly reports of income and expenditure in comparison to budget;
 Prepare correction of errors in journal entries;
5.11 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree in Accountancy from a recognized Institution.
5.12 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 10


5.13 PLANNING OFFICER II – 1 POST
5.14 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Collect information and data on implementation of Institutes objectives;
 Collect and analyse data for the formulation of plans;
 Collect statistics and various economic information for analysis and preparation of institute social economic projects;
 Prepare activity profile of the Institute for planning purposes;
 Carry out research on the performance of institute economic project for management decision making;
 Prepare work plan for the Department;
 Perform any other duties as may be assigned by his/her supervisor.
5.15 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree or Advanced Diploma either in Development Planning (Regional Planning, Population and Development Planning, Investment and Environment Planning), Economics, Statistics or Project Planning and Management from a recognized University/Institute.
5.16 REMUNERATION
SCALES: PGSS 10


5.17 PERSONAL SECRETARY III – 4 POSTS
5.18 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 CO-ordinate all office needs and requirements;
 Receive and direct visitors;
 Keep minutes/records of meetings;
 Arrange and attend meeting where necessary and write minutes;
 Handle travel arrangement on duty for seniors and other members of the unit/department.
 Ensure that copies of letters are filed in relevant files.
 Type confidential letters, minutes, circulars, certificates, charts and stencils, coordinate and supervise typists in the unit.
5.19 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Form IV/VI with passes in English and Kiswahili and holder of full secretarial certificate from (TPSC) or any college recognized by the Government, plus 100/120 w.p.m. short hand in English or Kiswahili, 80 w.p.m typing speed, and who have passed tabulation and manuscript Stage III, Secretarial and office procedure Stage II and has completed a basic computer course, with application of basic computer programmes. E.g. Windows, Microsoft office, Microsoft Excel, Internet, Email and Publisher.
5.20 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 8


5.21 ARTISAN II (PLUMBING) - 2 POSTS
5.22 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Perform specific craft jobs under close supervision;
 Perform technical cleaning of the work environment;
 Take care of tools and equipment;
 Perform any other duties assigned by his/her supervisor
5.23 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Holder of form IV certificate with Trade Test II certificate in relevant field from recognized Institution.
5.24 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 6


5.25 ARTISAN II (ELECTRICITY) - 2 POSTS
5.26 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 perform specific craft jobs under close supervision;
 perform technical cleaning of the work environment;
 take care of tools and equipment;
 perform any other duties assigned by his/her supervisor
5.27 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Holder of form IV certificate with Trade Test II certificate in relevant field from recognized Institution.
5.28 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 6


5.29 ARTISAN II (CARPENTRY AND JOINERY) - 2 POSTS
5.30 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Perform specific craft jobs under close supervision;
 Perform technical cleaning of the work environment;
 Take care of tools and equipment;
 Perform any other duties assigned by his/her supervisor
5.31 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Holder of form IV certificate with Trade Test II certificate in relevant field from recognized Institution.
5.32 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 6


5.33 ARTISAN II (MASONRY) - 1 POST
5.34 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Perform specific craft jobs under close supervision;
 Perform technical cleaning of the work environment;
 Take care of tools and equipment;
 Perform any other duties assigned by his/her supervisor
5.35 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Holder of form IV certificate with Trade Test II certificate in relevant field from recognized Institution.
5.36 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 6


5.37 ARTISAN II (PAINTER AND SIGN WRITER) - 1 POST
5.38 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Perform specific craft jobs under close supervision;
 Perform technical cleaning of the work environment;
 Take care of tools and equipment;
 Perform any other duties assigned by his/her supervisor
5.39 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Holder of form IV certificate with Trade Test II certificate in relevant field from recognized Institution.
5.40 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 6


5.41 RECORDS OFFICER II– 1 POST
5.42 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Receive mail from different various places
 Register all incoming mails
 File incoming mails, filing indexing, housing files, maintaining a diary and recording files
 Distribute files to scheduled officers
 Handle registration of mails, filing, indexing housing files, maintaining a diary and recording files
 Ensure correct distribution of files to scheduled officers for action
 Sort, address and dispatch letters/documents
5.43 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Holder form IV Examination Certificate with Certificate in Records Management from government recognized Institution plus computer skills
5.44 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 6


5.45 ASSISTANT HARDWARE/SOFTWARE TECHNICIAN II– 1 POST
5.46 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Ensure that all faults and problems are quickly rectified and various protection system is adhered to;
 Ensure that internet access is available and ensure that all staff can access to the internet is timely and appropriate;
 Ensure and monitor the fault reporting systems to ensure service delivery meet user demands, both internally and externally, taking remedial action as appropriate;
 Develop and maintain the ict equipment register, to provide a detailed analysis of equipment replacement needs and central ICT resourcing.
5.47 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Holders of an Ordinary Diploma in Computer Science or Computer Technology from a recognized Institution with three (3) years working experience.
5.48 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 6
6.0 WATER DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE (WDMI)
Water Development and Management Institute (WDMI) is an Agency that was established by Government Notice No 138 of 22nd August, 2008 according to the Executive Agency Act (Cap.245) to replace the then Rwegarulila Water Resources Institute. The Agency (Institute) operates under the Ministry of Water. WDMI is registered by the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) to train technicians and engineers.


6.0 SENIOR PLANNING OFFICER – 1 POST
6.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Preparing estimates for capital development,
 Liaising with Chief Accountant's Office in preparing the recurrent budget,
 Compiling project profiles including sources of funding, custodian of agreements with donors and monitors reports,
 Assisting in managing the General Planning sub-system of the Planning Unit,
 Performing any other Duties and Responsibilities as assigned by one’s reporting officer.
6.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Master’s degree either in Economics, Statistics or any other relevant field and a relevant working experience of at least six years in related field
6.3 REMUNERATION
 Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the institution’s salary scale WDMS 6


6.4 SENIOR TUTOR II – AGRONOMY – 1 POST
6.5 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 Teaches up to NTA level 8 and may assist teaching in higher NTA levels
 Prepares learning resources for practical exercises
 Assists in caring out consultancy and community services
 Assisting in conducting practical exercises for students in the department under close supervision up to level 5
 Carries consultancy and services job assignments under close supervision
 Carries any other duty as assigned by superiors.
6.6 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Master’s degree in Agronomy or Agricultural Engineering.
6.7 REMUNERATION
 Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the institution’s salary scale PTSS 13
7.0 INSTITUTE OF JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION LUSHOTO (IJA)
The Institute of Judicial Administration – Lushoto is a Public Institution established by an Act of Parliament No. 3 of 1998 (now Cap. 405 R.E. 2002) The major role of the Institute is to offer and conduct long and short terms training programmes in legal disciplines research and consultancy. Currently the Institute offers certificate and diploma in law courses.
The Institute subscribes to the policy of equal opportunity employer and therefore invites applications from candidates who are interested to work in the reviving Institute environment and have the requisite skills, qualifications and experience for the positions indicated below.


7.1 ASSISTANT LECTURER (LAW) – (1 POST)
7.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 Teach up to NTA level 6 (for Diploma);
 Prepare learning resources and design training exercise for students;

 Carry out lectures, conduct tutorials, seminars and practicals for diploma and certificate programmes under close supervision;
 Manage teaching programmes;
 Prepare examinations, invigilating, marking and production of examination results on time;
 Conduct research and publish in areas of specialization;
 Guide and supervise students in building up their practical and research project;
 Conduct consultancy and community services;
 Participate in academic congregations;
 Prepare teaching manuals, simulations and case for training;
 Coach junior teaching staff;
 Undertake individual research and participate in bigger multi-disciplinary research projects;
 Performs any other duties as assigned by a competent authority.
7.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Master’s Degree in Law (LL.M) with least GPA of 3.5 at Master’s Degree and a minimum GPA of 3.5 in the Bachelor’s Degree and registered as technical teacher
 Teaching experience of at least three (3) years will be an added advantage.
7.4 REMUNERATION
This position holds salary scale of PHTS 2 with other terms and conditions of the Public Services.
8.0 TANZANIA FISHERIES RESEARCH INSTITUTE (TAFIRI)
Tanzania Fisheries Research Institute (TAFIRI) was established by the Act of Parliament No. 6 of 1980 to promote, conduct, supervise, and co-ordinate fisheries research in Tanzania. The Institute is governed by the Board of Directors. This Institute is comprised of four Centres and one Substation: Mwanza Centre and Sota Substation on Lake Victoria, Kigoma Centre on Lake Tanganyika, Kyela Centre on Lake Nyasa and Dar es Salaam Centre on the Indian Ocean. The Institute Headquarters is located at Kunduchi in Dar es Salaam.


8.1 CHIEF INTERNAL AUDITOR-1 POST
8.2 DUTY STATION: HEADQUARTERS DAR ES SALAAM
8.3 REPORTS TO: DIRECTOR GENERAL
8.4 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 In-charge of the Auditing Unit.
 Plan, co-ordinate and direct all Internal Audit inspections to ensure adherence to the financial policies and procedures.
 Advise the Institute on the soundness, adequacy and application of internal control regulations.
 Advise on measures to reduce expenses and increase income.
 Advise the Director General from time to time on efficient management and control of Institute’s assets.
 Follow up implementation of recommended actions given by his/her Audit Department from time to time.
 Perform any other duties as may be assigned by the Director General from time to time.
8.5 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Possession of full Professional Qualification: Certified Public Accountant (Tanzania) [CPA (T)], Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA), Chartered Accountant (CA) or equivalent and must be registered by the National Board of Accountants and Auditors Tanzania (NBAA) as Authorized Accountant/Auditor with at least six (6) years of working experience three (3) of which should be in a senior position in reputable organization.
 He/She must be computer literate.
8.6 REMUNERATION
SALARY SCALE: PGSS 19/20
9.0 UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM (UDSM)
The University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) is a public university in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. It was established in 1961 as an affiliate college of the University of London. The university became an affiliate of the University of East Africa (UEA) in 1963, shortly after Tanzania gained its from the United Kingdom. In 1970, UEA split into three independent universities: Makerere University in Uganda, the University of Nairobi in Kenya, and the University of Dar es Salaam.


9.1 LABORATORY TECHNICIAN I - PROSECTUS - (1 POST)
9.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Carries out, independently, specified routine technical tasks which require a higher degree of technical knowledge and skills;
 Implements specified maintenance plans for laboratory facilities;
 Implements specified technical plans and designs connected with research, students' practical and consultancy work ;
 Assists senior staff in relevant fields of operation and
 Performs any other duties as assigned by one’s reporting officer.
9.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Diploma in Anatomy and Histology from a recognized institution.
 At least four (4) years relevant working experience serving in a similar position.


9.4 LIBRARY OFFICER II - (3 POSTS)
9.5 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Carries out routine professional duties;
 Processes added copies and continuations;
 Maintains public and staff catalogues;
 Ensures proper shelving of books and periodicals;
 Copies catalogues with CIP data;
 Handles inter library loans-gifts and exchanges and
 Performs any other duties that may be assigned to her/him from time to time.
9.6 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree in Library Studies.
 At least two years working experience in similar position.


9.7 LABORATORY SCIENTIST - (1 POST)
9.8 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Organizes practicals for undergraduate students;
 Participates in consultancy projects under close supervision of senior staff;
 Assists academic staff in their research and development activities;
 Plans and supervises maintenance of laboratory/workshop facilities;
 Guides technicians and artisans in their daily activities and
 Performs any other duties that may be assigned to her/him from time to time.
9.9 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Bachelor of Science/Advanced Diploma in Survey/Geometrics from a recognised institution with at least four years relevant working experience in a similar position.


9.10 LABORATORY SCIENTIST PHYSIOLOGY II- (1 POST)
9.11 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assists in research and development activities;
 Assists in consultancy activities;
 Assists in maintenance of facilities and
 Performs any other duties that may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.
9.12 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Bachelor of Science / Advanced Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology specializing in Blood Transfusion / Haematology with at least four years’ experience in a similar position.
9.13 LABORATORY ASSISTANT II (1 POST)
9.14 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Performs more challenging laboratory jobs under close supervision of a qualified technician;
 Performs routine cleanliness of the laboratory;
 Collects and takes care of equipment involved in teaching and
 Performs any other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.
9.15 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Form IV certificate plus Trade Test Grade I/ Certificate of Competence level III in a relevant field with a relevant working experience of at least four years in a similar position.
9.16 COMPUTER OPERATOR II (1 POST)
9.17 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assists students in dissemination of run jobs;
 Assists in software maintenance;
 Assists in running small scale customer jobs and
 Performs any other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.
9.18 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Form IV certificate plus possession of a certificate of a computer course (with bias in computer operations) from a recognised institution.
 At least four years working experience in a similar position.


9.20 STUDIO INSTRUCTOR I (1 POST)
9.21 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Prepares teaching materials in the relevant area of specialization of studio work;
 Checks operations of studio work requirements;
 Assists Studio Instructor in the operations of relevant areas of specialization and
 Performs any other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.
9.22 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree in Fine and Performing Arts with at least four years working experience in a similar position.
10. 0 TANZANIA PUBLIC SERVICE COLLEGE (TPSC)
The Tanzania Public Service College (TPSC) is a Government Executive Agency established in 2000 as a direct response to fill a void for a sustainable public service training institution. TPSC offers programmes that are directly linked to Government business agenda and demand driven. As the demands for the public service to offer quality services at affordable costs increase, it is imperative that the service should be staffed with competent personnel. Hence, TPSC’s core business is to develop the appropriate public service competences, which will transform the service into effective and efficient machinery that will strive to meet citizen’s needs in terms of services. TPSC’s Mission is to improve the quality, efficiency and effectiveness of the public service of Tanzania by providing comprehensive training, consultancy and applied research interventions.


11.1 OFFICE ASSISTANT – 2 POSTS (RE- ADVERTISED)
11.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assists in organizing meeting arrangements when needed.
 Distributes mails internally to respective offices & staff.
 Duplicates documents, such as circulars and other publications.
 Circulates files and documents internally to respective staff.
 Prepares and serves tea and refreshments to staff during meetings and/or workshops.
11.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Form IV Secondary School Education Certificate with Environment maintenance Certificate from VETA or equivalent.
12.0 WEIGHTS AND MEASURES AGENCY (WMA)
Weights and Measures Agency is a government institution which is under the ministry of Industry and Trade. Weights and Measures Agency was established under the Executive Agencies Act (Cap.245). The Mandate of WMA is to provide protection to consumers in relation to legal metrological control which includes legal control of measuring instruments, metrological supervision and metrological expertise in trade, health, safety and environment.


12.1 INFORMATION, EDUCATION, COMMUNICATION AND MARKETING MANAGER – (1 POST)
12. 2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Advise the Agency on Information, Education, communication and Marketing services;
 Coordinate preparation and delivery of public awareness programs;
 Coordinate preparation of wmas’ articles, brochures, leaflets, exhibitions and newsletters;
 Develop and implement system of public dialogue;
 Develop and implement a complaints handling system;
 Coordinate press briefings;
 Update wmas’ website;
 Establish and maintain the library;
 Undertake service delivery surveys by collecting stakeholders’/clients’ views on services rendered by WMA.
12.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree and Master’s Degree/Postgraduate either in Mass Communication, Public Relations or Marketing from a recognized University/Institution.
 Twelve (12) years of working experience in the related field, with at least 5 years’ experience in Management or Senior positions.
 Must have a high level of interpersonal skills, team builder and ability to work with a team.
 Must be Computer Literate.
12.4 REMUNERATION
 According to Weights and Measures Agency Salary Scale WMAS 9.
15.0 ARDHI UNIVERSITY
Ardhi University has vacant positions in the Administrative and Technical cadre. The University subscribes to the policy of an equal opportunity employer and therefore invites applications from candidates who are interested to work in a thriving University environment and have the requisite skills, qualifications and experience for various positions as indicated below.


15.1 SENIOR PRINTING ASSISTANT III (1 Post) (RE-ADVERTISED)
15.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Carries out plans and schedules of work for implementation.
 Assists in preparing training materials for various courses in printing section.
 Assists in training of junior staff in the fine points of printing processes
 Assists in ensuring that adequate and appropriate printing materials and supplies are available.
 Operates and maintains offset presses.
 Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.
15.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Form IV/VI Certificate with Diploma in Printing Technology/Trade Test Grade I in Printing Technology from a recognized institution and working experience of at least three years in similar position plus ICT skills


15.4 BINDER I (1 POST) (RE-ADVERTISED)
15.5 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assists in carrying out routine binding operations
 Assists in operations of advanced hand-taking blocking.
 Operates and takes care of high-frequency machines
 Keeps schedules, layouts, work records and rubbing.
 Inspects daily dockets and control forms.
 Checks work results to ensure adherence to standard and quality of work.
 Determines optimum utilization of resources.
 Prepares training materials for various courses in book-binding and print finishing.
 Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.
15.6 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Form IV/VI Certificate with Diploma/Trade Test Grade I in Book Binding from a recognized Institution plus ICT skills; OR holder of Form IV/VI Certificate with Trade Test Grade II in Book Binding and working experience of at least three years in a similar position plus ICT skills.
16.0 PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLIES PROFESSIONALS AND TECHNICIANS BOARD (PSPTB)
Procurement and Supplies Professionals and Technicians Board (PSPTB) established in 2007 by Parliamentary Act No. 23 is the successor of both the National Board for Materials Management (NBMM) founded in 1981 by Parliamentary Act No.9, and Materials Management Caretaker Committee (MMCC). MMCC founded in 1978 laid down foundation for professionalism which later gave rise to the birth of NBMM.
16.1 PRINCIPAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY II– 1 POST
16.7 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Supervisor of the Information technology and computing activities;
 Makes hardware and software acquisition recommendations including helping users assess needs and providing justification for equipment and services;
 Network services supervisor;
 Manage the Information Technology based training;
 Chief advisor on all matters relating to problems with computer systems, including troubleshooting hardware and software, e-mail, network and peripheral equipment;
 Assess user training needs and trains users in effective use of applications; makes recommendations regarding hardware and software acquisitions; prepares documentation and provides user assistance to all staff; and performs related work as required;
 Create ICT based learning modules;
 Responsible for safe custody of IT equipment, control their movement and inventory;
 Assist in performing quality control procedures and functional checks of IT software and hardware in order to establish daily status of operation.
16.8 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree or Postgraduate Diploma either in Information Technology, Computer Science, Computer Engineering or Electronics and Communications Sciences and have passed a professional examination (CISCO CNNA, Microsoft Certified Professionals (MCP) or Certified Novell Engineer (CNE) with at least seven years working experience.
16.9 REMUNERATION
SALARY SCALE PSPTBSS 8


16.10 PRINCIPAL CONSULTANCY COORDINATOR II- (1 POST)
16.11 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Perform that function through research, evaluation and best practice implementation.
 Deal with research and consultancy assignments.
 And supervisory responsibilities.
16.12 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree in Procurement and Supplies Management plus CSP/CPSP or its equivalent with working experience of not less than seven years. Must be registered with the Board.
16.13 REMUNERATION
SALARY SCALE: PSPTBSS 8


16.14 PRINCIPAL PLANNING OFFICER II (1 POST)
16.15 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Advice the Director of Professional Development on project development on all matters part – arising to project development.
 Ensure good coordination on the Board’s economic activities.
 Prepare annual and long term development plan.
 Evaluate project implementation and give recommendations.
16.16 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree either in Economics, Economic Planning or Business Administration from recognized Institution. With at least eight years working experience.
16.17 REMUNERATION
SALARY SCALE: PSPTBSS 9


17.0 TANZANIA SMALL HOLDERS OF TEA DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (TSHTDA)
17.1 PRINCIPAL AGRICULTURAL FIELD OFFICER II– 1 POST
17.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Provides education and advice to Small Holders and good tea husbandry in order to increase yields and quality of green leaf;
 Helps farmers in establishing tea nurseries;
 Monitors the implementation of plans;
 Determines inputs requirement for Small Holders, such as fertilizer, agrochemicals, and agrocides;
 Evaluates farmers knowledge on tea husbandry techniques;
 Collects and stores data of tea production for a given area.
 Carries out other duties as may be assigned by Area Agricultural Officer in-charge;
 Liaisoning with subject matter specialists (SMS) Agricultural extension officers of the local councils selected to help the Agency;
 Prepares draft plans for tea development to be submitted to the Agency Headquarters;
 Monitors the implementation of the plans and recommends remedial measures;
 Writes monthly, quarterly and annual reports and submits them to the Headquarters;
 Encourages Small Holders to form cooperative societies or SACCOS so that they can solicit loans from financial institutions or other stakeholders, NGOs or CBOs etc; and
 Any other duties as may be assigned by Agricultural and Extension Services Director.
17.3 QUALIFICATIONS
 Holder of Diploma in Agriculture, Agricultural Economics from a recognized Institution or University.
 Not less than nine (9) years in Agriculture activities or related functions.
17.4 REMUNERATON
Salary Scale: TAOSS 5


17.5 OFFICE MANAGEMENT SECRETARY– 1 POST
17.6 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Types confidential matters;
 Works with heads of sections, units and departments;
 Co-ordinates all office needs and requirements;
 Receives and distributes letters to respective officials;
 Receives and directs visitors,
 Keeps minutes / records of meetings;
 Arranges and attends meeting where necessary and writes minutes;
 Receives telephone calls and take messages;
 Handles travel arrangement on duty for senior officers and other members of the unit / department;
 Ensures expedient, accurate and clean execution of Duties and Responsibilities;
 Ensures that copies of letters are filed in relevant files;
 Types confidential letters, minutes, circulars, certificates, charts and stencils;
 Co-ordinates and supervise typists in the unit;
 Ensuring cleanliness of the office(s) she works and those of the officers he/she works with;
 Takes proper care of facilities and equipment under her charge; and
 (xvi) Performs any other Duties and Responsibilities assigned by one’s reporting officer.
17.7 QUALIFICATIONS
 Holder of a Diploma in Secretarial Studies from a recognized Institution with training certificate in advanced computer programmes such as Windows, Microsoft Office and Publisher.
 Not less than six (6) years working experience in a reputable organization.
17.8 REMUNERATON
Salary Scale: TAOSS 4
17.9 DRIVER GRADE II – 1 POST
17.10 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Driving all types of motor vehicles skillfully and adhering to maintenance schedules;
 Attending to minor repairs and reporting faults for repair by mechanics; and
 Ensuring cleanliness of vehicles.
17.11 QUALIFICATIONS
 Form IV secondary education with class “C” valid driving license and least three years driving experience.
 Holder of a Trade test grade II certificate offered by the National Institute of Transport
17.12 REMUNERATON
Salary Scale: TAOSS 1/2


X.M. DAUDI
Secretary
Public Service Recruitment Secretariat

INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ADVERTISEMENT

Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO) is focusing on increasing the outreach and service quality of its Energy products for Tanzanians. Next to its current passion as a leading provider of electricity is to be more efficient customer focused utility for Tanzania and beyond. The Company has the largest electricity generation, transmission and distribution network in Tanzania. In order to reach its goals, the Company is investing heavily in its generation, transmission and distribution network, its business systems and human capital. TANESCO now invites applicants who are self-motivated, honest, hardworking and committed individuals to fill the under-mentioned positions for Investment Business Unit – Projects& Research at Head Office.

Specific attributes for the Positions to be filled:

All Candidates must:

  • Demonstrate outstanding performance track record;
  • Leadership and Professional team building, ability to motivate teams to produce quality deliverables within tight timeframes.
  • Must be a Registered Professional Engineer with Engineers Registration Board (ERB - T). With a valid Practicing Licence.
  • Demonstrate highest degree of integrity;
  • Possess good communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Be self-driven and capable of working with minimal supervision;
  • Be capable of delivering expected results and ability to work under pressure with tight deadlines;
  • Must be Highly Computer literate.

MANAGER POWER DEVELOPMENT - 1 POST

REPORTING TO: SENIOR MANAGER RESEARCH

REF. No. 01

POSITION OBJECTIVE

Preparation and management of power projects development, mostly hydropower; conceptual designs, feasibility studies, detailed design and tender documents preparation; acting as client’s engineer and independent engineer for projects, and technical due diligence assessments for hydropower development to ensure competitive value management to achieve company objectives.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Undertake development of power projects in line with the national priorities as set up in the power system master plan.
  • Conduct feasibility studies which shall include hydrological, topographical, geotechnical, measurements, investigation and analysis, to determine various projects design parameters; including review of available data, information, reports and studies.
  • Coordinate environmental and social studies, as well as economic and financial analyses including power market surveys as input into projects feasibility and design.
  • Undertake development of projects into detailed design, specification and tender documents preparation, commensurate with international practice, in liaison with procurements and projects departments for taking on the tendering and project implementation follow up processes.
  • Ensure comprehensive hydrological and geotechnical risk studies, investigations and management in the high investment capital hydropower project are properly explored, allocated and managed.
  • Provide administrative support for projects development by collecting data, providing project documentation, training staff, and performing other general administrative duties.
  • Develop proposed project feasibilities, design and tendering while insuring the highest standards are maintained and in accordance with set targets, and report on progress in attaining them.
  • Assist in budget implementation, forecasts and administration.
  • Coordinate and manage on-going programs and projects, assigning and evaluating work.
  • Coordinate request Expression of Interest (EoI), Request for Proposal (RfP) for project consultants for the feasibility design and tendering process.
  • Handling ad hoc information request from other department managers or directors, which entail finding data through on line searches or available secondary research sources.

 

     MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • A Degree in Mechanical/Electrical/Hydrology Engineering or equivalent from a recognized institution.
  • A Post Graduate Qualification in Engineering Management /Project Management will be an added advantage.
  • Must have a minimum of 5 years professional experience in the related field.

PRINCIPAL PROJECTS ENGINEER - 1  POST

REPORTING TO: MANAGER PROJECTS

REF. No. 02

POSITION OBJECTIVE

To assist in matters regarding to management of major construction of Power Generation projects (local and donor funded), including projects procurement and management activities such as client interfacing, control of cost, design and time scheduling programs, contract co-ordination and implementation.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Supervision and Project management of major construction of Generation projects (local and donor funded), including projects procurement and management activities such as client interfacing, control of cost, design and time scheduling programmes, contract co-ordination and implementation,
  • Preparation of Technical Specifications, tender documents, tender evaluations, contract negotiations to finalization of power projects and Claims management, in line with user department in compliance with international professional standards in all respect.
  • Preparation of Project’s Terms of References, Expression of Interest and Request for Proposals, bidding documents and evaluations and award of local and donor funded generation projects.
  • Provide professional and technical support to employees and contractors to ensure that project implementation comply with best utility practice.
  • Oversee, plan organize and ensure expeditious execution Power Generation Projects and ensure that projects are carried out according to the schedules, within budget and strict engineering ethics and standards are observed in all aspects.
  • Prepare detailed Procurement proposals for each project module for approval by the respective bodies.
  • Cooperates with leads of other disciplines, resource personnel from Departments of Procurement Management Unit (PMU), Generation, Transmission and Marketing as appropriate, to assure that all applications technical disciplines are properly consulted when making engineering decisions.
  • Design Review of all Power plants drawings, correct, coordinate.
  • Provide technical support to construction group and start-up group by answering any design or engineering questions that may arise during execution phase of the project.
  • Monitor project progress and ensure that projects are completed within the budget.
  • Interacting with inter related parties like Ministry of Energy and Minerals, Ministry of Finance, Tanzania Revenue Authority, Donor Agencies etc. on matters related to projects execution.
  • Participate fully in Design Reviews of all Power plants projects drawings, correct, coordinate and implement.
  • Ensure that the Company’s policies and practices for Health, Safety and the Environment are strictly observed and implemented at all times.
  • Prepare weekly, monthly, quarterly, biannual, annual projects progress and financial reports for submission as appropriate to TANESCO and all financing agencies/Development partners. Also prepare Project Completion Report, which outline, inter alia, achievements in relations to objectives and targets of the projects.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • A Degree in Mechanical/Electromechanical Engineering from a recognized institution.
  • A Post Graduate Degree in Engineering Management (Project Management) /Construction Management will be an added advantage).
  • At least three (3) years’ proven experience in the power plant engineering field, experience in power related industry of Project management.

SENIOR PROJECTS ENGINEERS (ELECTRICAL)- 2  POSTS

REPORTING TO: PRINCIPAL PROJECT ENGINEER - THERMAL

REF. No. 03

POSITION OBJECTIVE

To assist Principal Projects Engineer (Generation) and management of major construction of Power Generation projects (local and donor funded), to ensure that they are completed in time and budget, control of cost, provide electrical engineering expertise in Management of all Projects (EPC, BOT, BOOT etc.), design and time scheduling programmes, Plant start-up, commissioning and Plant Tests, contract co-ordination and implementation.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Supervision and Project management of major construction of Generation projects (local and donor funded), including projects procurement and management activities such as client interfacing, control of cost, design and time scheduling programmes, contract co-ordination and implementation, above all, monitor project progress and ensure that projects are completed within the budget.
  • Preparation of Technical Specifications, Check equipment/system specifications and bill of material lists to implement engineering design and modifications, tender documents, tender evaluations, contract negotiations to finalization of power projects and Claims management, in line with user department in compliance with international professional standards in all respect.
  • Directs all engineering activities within Electrical discipline for which he/she is responsible for in accordance with the highest professional and technical standards and ensures that sound engineering concepts are developed and incorporated into all projects.
  • Reviews the technical accuracy and adequacy of, diagrams, drawings, calculations, studies, specifications, bidders’ quotations, and other technical documents involving Electrical engineering matters.
  • Evaluates, selects, and applies standard engineering methods, techniques, procedures and criteria, using independent judgment in making changes, adaptations and/or modifications.
  • Cooperates with leads of other disciplines, resource personnel from Departments of Procurement Management Unit (PMU), Generation, Transmission and Marketing as appropriate, to assure that all applications technical disciplines are properly consulted when making engineering decisions.
  • Consults with Project Managers and the leads of other disciplines with respect to the scope of work, personnel, labour-hour budgets and schedules for Electrical engineering works.
  • Plan, design, develop, coordinate and review complex electrical engineering work, including electrical power systems and/or control design within large power generation plants and high voltage switchyard.
  • Prepare a set of instructions for fabrication of engineered equipment and physical installation and connection of equipment. Instructions are time tested and appear in the form of drawings, specifications, standards, procedures, and lists.
  • Supervise, review and approve one-line drawings, three line drawings and other protection and control schematic and wiring drawings.
  • Review systems calculations such as cable, conduit and electrical equipment sizing, Short circuit load flow & motor starting and power system relay protection set point calculations.
  • Review and comment on vendor documents and manufacturer drawings for power transformers, LV and HV switchgear, Motor Control Centres (MCCs), DC & UPS systems, relay panels, fault monitoring system, electrical control systems, cables and for their conformance with specifications.
  • Provide technical support to construction group and start-up group by answering any design or engineering questions that may arise during execution phase of the project.
  • Participate fully in Design Reviews of all Power plants projects drawings, correct, coordinate and implement.
  • Prepare weekly, monthly, quarterly, biannual, annual projects progress and financial reports for submission as appropriate to TANESCO and all financing agencies/Development partners. Also prepare Project Completion Report, which outline, inter alia, achievements in relations to objectives and targets of the projects.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Degree in Electrical Engineering from a recognized institution.
  • A Post Graduate Degree in Engineering Management will be an added advantage.
  • At least three (3) years’ proven experience in the power plant engineering field, experience in power related industry of Project management.

SENIOR PROJECTS ENGINEER (MECHANICAL) – 2 POSTS

REPORTING TO: PRINCIPAL PROJECTS ENGINEER - THERMAL

REF. No. 04

POSITION OBJECTIVE

To assist Principal Projects Engineer (Thermal) and management of major construction of Power Generation projects (local and donor funded), to ensure that they are completed in time and budget, control of cost, provide mechanical engineering expertise in Management of all Projects (EPC, BOT, BOOT etc.), design and time scheduling programs, Plant Start-up, commissioning and Plant Performance Tests, contract co-ordination and implementation.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Supervision and Project management of major construction of Generation projects (local and donor funded), including projects procurement and management activities such as client interfacing, control of cost, design and time scheduling programmes, contract co-ordination and implementation,
  • Preparation of Technical Specifications, tender documents, tender evaluations, contract negotiations to finalization of power projects and Claims management, in line with user department in compliance with international professional standards in all respect.
  • Preparation of Project’s Terms of References, Expression of Interest and Request for Proposals, bidding documents and evaluations and award of local and donor funded generation projects.
  • Provide professional and technical support to employees and contractors to ensure that project implementation comply with best utility practice.
  • Oversee, plan organize and ensure expeditious execution Power Generation Projects and ensure that projects are carried out according to the schedules, within budget and strict engineering ethics and standards are observed in all aspects.
  • Prepare detailed Procurement proposals for each project module for approval by the respective bodies.
  • Cooperates with leads of other disciplines, resource personnel from Departments of Procurement Management Unit (PMU), Generation, Transmission and Marketing as appropriate, to assure that all applications technical disciplines are properly consulted when making engineering decisions.
  • Design Review of all Power plants drawings, correct, coordinate.
  • Provide technical support to construction group and start-up group by answering any design or engineering questions that may arise during execution phase of the project.
  • Monitor project progress and ensure that projects are completed within the budget.
  • Participate fully in Design Reviews of all Power plants projects drawings, correct, coordinate and implement.
  • Prepare weekly, monthly, quarterly, biannual, annual projects progress and financial reports for submission as appropriate to TANESCO and all financing agencies/Development partners. Also prepare Project Completion Report, which outline, inter alia, achievements in relations to objectives and targets of the projects.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • A Degree in Mechanical/Electromechanical Engineering from a recognized institution.
  • A Post Graduate Degree in Engineering Management (Project Management) /Construction Management will be an added advantage).
  • At least three (3) years’ proven experience in the power plant engineering field, experience in power related industry of Project management.

SENIOR PROJECTS ENGINEER (CIVIL) ) – 2 POSTS

REPORTING TO: PRINCIPAL PROJECTS ENGINEER - CIVIL

REF. No. 05

POSITION OBJECTIVE

To assist Principal Projects Engineer (Generation) in matters regarding management of major construction of Power Generation projects (local and donor funded), including projects procurement and management activities such as client interfacing, control of cost, design and time scheduling programmes, contract co-ordination and implementation.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Supervision and Project management of major construction of Generation projects (local and donor funded), including projects procurement and management activities such as client interfacing, control of cost, design and time scheduling programmes, contract co-ordination and implementation, above all, monitor project progress and ensure that projects are completed within the specified time and within budget.
  • Undertake review of technical standards and specifications for design works for all civil engineering undertaken by both consultant and contractor, examine and approve contractors detail design and drawings for compliance with specifications and sound engineering practice.
  • Preparation of Technical Specifications, tender documents, tender evaluations, contract negotiations to finalization of power projects and Claims management, in line with user department in compliance with international professional standards in all respect.
  • Check construction/system specifications and bill of material lists to implement engineering design and modifications.
  • Preparation of Project’s Terms of References, Expression of Interest and Request for Proposals, bidding documents and evaluations and award of local and donor funded generation projects.
  • Coordinate Inspecting and witnessing with Consultant and Contractor’s representatives the Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT) during manufacture of major including equipment structures supplied for incorporation in the Works, as well as ensuring oversees training of Projects staff at the manufacture premises.
  • Monitor project progress and ensure that projects are completed within the budget.
  • Participate fully in Design Reviews of all Power plants projects – civil related drawings, correct, coordinate and implement.
  • Review and verify accuracy of payment invoices of consultants, contractors and suppliers to ensure that payments accurately reflect the cost of the works completed pursuant to milestones or goods supplied.
  • Ensure Engineering activities are in line with project time table and make sure that the interface of the project is achieved and close supervision of commissioning finally handing over of the completed works to the user department.
  • Ensure that health and safety is adequately provided for and observed in the project area according to TANESCO safety rules
  • Ensure that all civil engineering works including foundations and trenches are carried out according to the specifications and observe that no water will be trapped in the trenches during rain season.
  • Prepare weekly, monthly, quarterly, biannual, annual projects progress and financial reports for submission as appropriate to TANESCO and all financing agencies/Development partners. Also prepare Project Completion Report, which outline, inter alia, achievements in relations to objectives and targets of the projects.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor of Science CIVIL Engineering from a recognized institution. A Post Graduate Degree in Engineering Management (Project Management) /Construction Management will be an added advantage).
  • At least three (3) years’ proven experience in the construction works, amongst, power plant engineering field, experience in power related industry of Project management.

PRINCIPAL PROJECTS ENGINEER (DISTRIBUTION) - POST

REPORTING TO: MANAGER PROJECTS – T&D

REF. No. 06

JOB PURPOSE

To assist in all matters regarding management of major projects in Distribution Lines (local and donor funded), including procurement, coordination with stakeholders, cost control, design, quality control and time scheduling for projects implementation.

 

  PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Overall supervision and Project Management of major Distribution Line projects for timely completion while ensuring value for money.
  • Preparation of Project’s Terms of References, Expression of Interest and Request for Proposals, including evaluations and award for procurement of consultants.
  • Preparation of Technical Specifications, tender documents, participate in tender evaluations, contract negotiations claims management, in collaboration with other stakeholders and in compliance with internationally recognized professional standards.
  • Provide professional and technical support to employees and contractors to ensure that project implementation comply with best utility practice.
  • Oversee, plan organize and ensure expeditious execution of Distribution Line projects and ensure that they are carried out within budget and strict engineering ethics and high level of professionalism.
  • Prepare detailed procurement plan for each project and monitor the project according to the plan as a road map to achieving the project’s objectives.
  • Review of all projects drawings, to ensure that the projects are implemented according to the approved Technical specifications.
  • Provide technical support to construction group and start-up group by answering any design or engineering questions that may arise during execution phase of the project.
  • Coordination with stakeholders like the Ministry of Energy and Minerals, Ministry of Finance, Tanzania Revenue Authority, Donor Agencies, Local authorities etc. on matters related to projects execution.
  • Ensure that the Company’s policies and practices for Health, Safety and the Environment are strictly observed and implemented at all times.
  • Prepare weekly, monthly, quarterly, biannual, annual projects progress and financial reports for submission as appropriate to TANESCO and all financing agencies/Development partners.
  • Prepare and coordinate testing and commissioning of all major equipment to ensure that the lines are safely energized after completing installation work.
  • Prepare Project Completion Report, which outline, inter alia, achievements in relation to objectives and targets of the projects.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONSAND EXPERIENCE

  • A Degree in Electrical Engineering from a recognized University.
  • A Post Graduate Degree in Engineering Management (Project Management /Construction Management) will be an added advantage.
  • At least three (3) years’ proven experience in the related field.

SENIOR PROJECTS ENGINEER (TRANSMISSION) - POSTS

REPORTING TO: PRINCIPAL PROJECTS ENGINEER (T)

REF. No. 07

JOB PURPOSE

 

To assist in the management and   construction of major projects (local and donor funded), to ensure that they are completed in time and budget, control of cost, provide electrical engineering expertise in Management of all Projects (EPC, BOT, BOOT etc.) from design to commissioning.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Supervision and project management of major Transmission Line projects (local and donor funded), including procurement and coordination with other stakeholders, cost control, design and, monitor project progress to ensure that projects are completed within the budget.
  • Prepare Technical Specifications, and bill of material lists to implement engineering design and modifications, tender documents, tender evaluations, contract negotiations and claims management
  • Directing all engineering activities within electrical discipline for which he/she is responsible in accordance with the highest professional and technical standards and ensures that sound engineering concepts are developed and incorporated into all projects.
  • Reviewing the technical accuracy and adequacy of, diagrams, drawings, calculations, studies, specifications, bidders’ quotations, and other technical documents.
  • Evaluating, selecting, and applying standard engineering methods, techniques, procedures and criteria, using independent judgment in making changes, adaptations and/or modifications.
  • To Plan, design, develop, coordinate and review all electrical engineering work, including electrical power systems protection systems and high voltage switchyard equipment.
  • To review systems calculations such as cable, conduit and electrical equipment sizing, Short circuit, load flow and power system relay protection set point calculations.
  • To provide technical support to construction group by answering any design or engineering questions that may arise during execution phase of the project.
  • Prepare weekly, monthly, quarterly, biannual, annual projects progress and financial reports for submission as appropriate to TANESCO and all financing agencies/Development partners.
  • Participate in commissioning of the projects after completion of installation work, to ensure safe operation of the Plant (Transmission Line)
  • Assist to prepare Project Completion Report, which outline, inter alia, achievements in relations to objectives and targets of the projects.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Degree in Electrical Engineering from a recognized University.
  • A Post Graduate Degree in Engineering Management (Project Management) /Construction Management will be an added advantage).
  • At least three (3) years’ proven experience in the field.

SENIOR PROJECTS ENGINEER (DISTRIBUTION) -  POST

REPORTING TO: PRINCIPAL PROJECTS ENGINEER (D)

REF. No. 08

JOB PURPOSE

 

To assist in the management and   construction of major projects (local and donor funded), to ensure that they are completed in time and budget, control of cost, provide electrical engineering expertise in Management of all Projects (EPC, BOT, BOOT etc.) from design to commissioning.

 

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Supervision and project management of major Distribution Line projects (local and donor funded), including procurement and coordination with other stakeholders, cost control, design and, monitor project progress to ensure that projects are completed within the budget.
  • Prepare Technical Specifications, and bill of material lists to implement engineering design and modifications, tender documents, tender evaluations, contract negotiations and claims management
  • Directing all engineering activities within electrical discipline for which he/she is responsible in accordance with the highest professional and technical standards and ensures that sound engineering concepts are developed and incorporated into all projects.
  • Reviewing the technical accuracy and adequacy of, diagrams, drawings, calculations, studies, specifications, bidders’ quotations, and other technical documents.
  • Evaluating, selecting, and applying standard engineering methods, techniques, procedures and criteria, using independent judgment in making changes, adaptations and/or modifications.
  • To Plan, design, develop, coordinate and review all electrical engineering work, including electrical power systems protection systems and high voltage switchyard equipment.
  • To review systems calculations such as cable, conduit and electrical equipment sizing, Short circuit, load flow and power system relay protection set point calculations.
  • To provide technical support to construction group by answering any design or engineering questions that may arise during execution phase of the project.
  • Prepare weekly, monthly, quarterly, biannual, annual projects progress and financial reports for submission as appropriate to TANESCO and all financing agencies/Development partners.
  • Participate in commissioning of the projects after completion of installation work, to ensure safe operation of the Plant (Distribution)
  • Assist to prepare Project Completion Report, which outline, inter alia, achievements in relations to objectives and targets of the projects

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Degree in Electrical Engineering from a recognized University.
  • A Post Graduate Degree in Engineering Management (Project Management) /Construction Management will be an added advantage).
  • At least three (3) years’ structured of proven experience in the field.

SENIOR PROJECTS ENGINEER (CIVIL) -  POST

REPORTING TO: PRINCIPAL PROJECTS ENGINEER (T)

REF. No. 09

JOB PURPOSE

To assist in the management and construction of major projects (local and donor funded), to ensure that they are completed in time and budget, control of cost, provide civil engineering expertise in Management of all Projects (EPC, BOT, BOOT etc.) from design to commissioning.

 

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

 

  • Supervision and project management of major Transmission Line projects (local and donor funded), including procurement and coordination with other stakeholders, cost control, design and, monitor project progress to ensure that projects are completed within the budget.
  • Prepare Technical Specifications, and bill of material lists to implement engineering design and modifications, tender documents, tender evaluations, contract negotiations and claims management
  • Directing all engineering activities within electrical discipline for which he/she is responsible in accordance with the highest professional and technical standards and ensures that sound engineering concepts are developed and incorporated into all projects.
  • Reviewing the technical accuracy and adequacy of, diagrams, drawings, calculations, studies, specifications, bidders’ quotations, and other technical documents.
  • Evaluating, selecting, and applying standard engineering methods, techniques, procedures and criteria, using independent judgment in making changes, adaptations and/or modifications.
  • To Plan, design, develop, coordinate and review all civil engineering work for electrical equipment and high voltage switchyard equipment.
  • To review systems structural calculations such as electrical equipment, transformers, and all associated steel structures.
  • To provide technical support to construction group by answering any design or engineering questions that may arise during execution phase of the project.
  • Prepare weekly, monthly, quarterly, biannual, annual projects progress and financial reports for submission as appropriate to TANESCO and all financing agencies/Development partners.
  • Participate in final inspection and commissioning of the projects after completion of installation work, to ensure safe operation of the Plant (Transmission Line)
  • Assist to prepare Project Completion Report, which outline, inter alia, achievements in relations to objectives and targets of the projects

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor of Science CIVIL Engineering from a recognized University. A Post Graduate Degree in Engineering Management (Project Management) /Construction Management will be an added advantage).
  • At least three (3) years’ proven experience in the construction works, amongst, power plant engineering field, experience in power related industry of Project management.

REMUNERATION

An attractive compensation package based on performance and commensurate with the responsibility will apply to successful candidates. All positions’ terms of employment are performance based contracts.

HOW TO APPLY

Interested Tanzanian nationals should apply by sending an application letter, clearly stating why you should be considered for the position and how you will add value. The application letters should be enclosed with a concise Curriculum Vitae and photocopies of relevant certificates.

Applications should reach the undersigned not later than 14 working days after initial appearance of this advert;

First Appearance: 2nd April, 2015.

Applications Deadline: 25th April 2015.

Please indicate Job Reference Number on your application letter.

Phone calls, walk in soliciting for these positions will automatically lead to disqualifications. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.

Applications should be addressed to:

SENIOR MANAGER HUMAN RESOURCES,

TANESCO LTD UMEME PARK,

UBUNGO P. O BOX 9024

DAR ES SALAAM

MATOKEO YA USAILI WA MCHUJO ULIOFANYIKA TAREHE 26-03-2015      

Wasailiwa waliochaguliwa kuendele na usaili wa Mahojiano (Oral) wanatakiwa kufika Sehemu, Muda na Tarehe kama ilivyoonesha kwenye Ratiba yao ya Usaili, wakiwa na vyeti vyao Halisi (Original Certificates)

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27    REG ASS BRELA 090    45    NOT SELECTED
28    REG ASS BRELA 100    45    NOT SELECTED
29    REG ASS BRELA 110    45    NOT SELECTED
30    REG ASS BRELA 000    40    NOT SELECTED
31    REG ASS BRELA 003    40    NOT SELECTED
32    REG ASS BRELA 004    40    NOT SELECTED
33    REG ASS BRELA 030    40    NOT SELECTED
34    REG ASS BRELA 046    40    NOT SELECTED
35    REG ASS BRELA 062    40    NOT SELECTED
36    REG ASS BRELA 072    40    NOT SELECTED
37    REG ASS BRELA 103    40    NOT SELECTED
38    REG ASS BRELA 123    40    NOT SELECTED
39    REG ASS BRELA 142    40    NOT SELECTED
40    REG ASS BRELA 049    35    NOT SELECTED
41    REG ASS BRELA 078    35    NOT SELECTED
42    REG ASS BRELA 137    35    NOT SELECTED
43    REG ASS BRELA 155    35    NOT SELECTED
44    REG ASS BRELA 161    35    NOT SELECTED
45    REG ASS BRELA 008    30    NOT SELECTED
46    REG ASS BRELA 031    30    NOT SELECTED
47    REG ASS BRELA 044    30    NOT SELECTED
48    REG ASS BRELA 098    30    NOT SELECTED
49    REG ASS BRELA 106    30    NOT SELECTED
50    REG ASS BRELA 119    30    NOT SELECTED
51    REG ASS BRELA 126    30    NOT SELECTED
52    REG ASS BRELA 140    30    NOT SELECTED
53    REG ASS BRELA 146    30    NOT SELECTED
54    REG ASS BRELA 158    30    NOT SELECTED
55    REG ASS BRELA 166    30    NOT SELECTED
56    REG ASS BRELA 005    25    NOT SELECTED
57    REG ASS BRELA 011    25    NOT SELECTED
58    REG ASS BRELA 024    25    NOT SELECTED
59    REG ASS BRELA 033    25    NOT SELECTED
60    REG ASS BRELA 085    25    NOT SELECTED
61    REG ASS BRELA 088    25    NOT SELECTED
62    REG ASS BRELA 124    25    NOT SELECTED
63    REG ASS BRELA 147    25    NOT SELECTED
64    REG ASS BRELA 163    25    NOT SELECTED
65    REG ASS BRELA 012    20    NOT SELECTED
66    REG ASS BRELA 022    20    NOT SELECTED
67    REG ASS BRELA 056    20    NOT SELECTED
68    REG ASS BRELA 064    20    NOT SELECTED
69    REG ASS BRELA 071    20    NOT SELECTED
70    REG ASS BRELA 092    20    NOT SELECTED
71    REG ASS BRELA 099    20    NOT SELECTED
72    REG ASS BRELA 115    20    NOT SELECTED
73    REG ASS BRELA 127    20    NOT SELECTED
74    REG ASS BRELA 130    20    NOT SELECTED
75    REG ASS BRELA 002    15    NOT SELECTED
76    REG ASS BRELA 043    15    NOT SELECTED
77    REG ASS BRELA 055    15    NOT SELECTED
78    REG ASS BRELA 059    15    NOT SELECTED
79    REG ASS BRELA 077    15    NOT SELECTED
80    REG ASS BRELA 089    15    NOT SELECTED
81    REG ASS BRELA 132    15    NOT SELECTED
82    REG ASS BRELA 001    10    NOT SELECTED
83    REG ASS BRELA 032    10    NOT SELECTED
84    REG ASS BRELA 076    10    NOT SELECTED
85    REG ASS BRELA 116    10    NOT SELECTED
86    REG ASS BRELA 045    8    NOT SELECTED
87    REG ASS BRELA 016    5    NOT SELECTED
88    REG ASS BRELA 047    5    NOT SELECTED
89    REG ASS BRELA 083    5    NOT SELECTED
90    REG ASS BRELA 154    5    NOT SELECTED
91    REG ASS BRELA 134    5    NOT SELECTED


RECORDS MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT II             
EMPLOYER: (BRELA)
            
NA    EXAM  NUMBER        MARKS    REMARKS
1     BRELA RECASS II 613    85    SELECTED
2     BRELA RECASS II 067    82    SELECTED
3     BRELA RECASS II 423    81    SELECTED
4     BRELA RECASS II 057    79    SELECTED
5     BRELA RECASS II 465    78    SELECTED
6     BRELA RECASS II 604    78    SELECTED
7     BRELA RECASS II 338    77    SELECTED
8     BRELA RECASS II 380    77    SELECTED
9     BRELA RECASS II 052    75    SELECTED
10     BRELA RECASS II 562    73    SELECTED
11     BRELA RECASS II 094    72    SELECTED
12     BRELA RECASS II 273    70    SELECTED
13     BRELA RECASS II 655    70    SELECTED
14     BRELA RECASS II 506    69    SELECTED
15     BRELA RECASS II 075    68    SELECTED
16     BRELA RECASS II 203    68    SELECTED
17     BRELA RECASS II 505    67    SELECTED
18     BRELA RECASS II 009    66    SELECTED
19     BRELA RECASS II 241    66    SELECTED
20     BRELA RECASS II 291    66    SELECTED
21     BRELA RECASS II 583    66    SELECTED
22     BRELA RECASS II 142    65    SELECTED
23     BRELA RECASS II 225    65    SELECTED
24     BRELA RECASS II 485    65    SELECTED
25     BRELA RECASS II 637    65    SELECTED
26     BRELA RECASS II 335    64    SELECTED
27     BRELA RECASS II 458    64    SELECTED
28     BRELA RECASS II 027    63    SELECTED
29     BRELA RECASS II 120    63    SELECTED
30     BRELA RECASS II 376    63    SELECTED
31     BRELA RECASS II 517    63    SELECTED
32     BRELA RECASS II 581    63    SELECTED
33     BRELA RECASS II 605    63    SELECTED
34     BRELA RECASS II 641    63    SELECTED
35     BRELA RECASS II 603    62    SELECTED
36     BRELA RECASS II 180    60    SELECTED
37     BRELA RECASS II 218    60    SELECTED
38     BRELA RECASS II 369    60    SELECTED
39     BRELA RECASS II 409    60    SELECTED
40     BRELA RECASS II 451    60    SELECTED
41     BRELA RECASS II 459    60    SELECTED
42     BRELA RECASS II 507    60    SELECTED
43     BRELA RECASS II 508    60    SELECTED
44     BRELA RECASS II 552    60    SELECTED
45     BRELA RECASS II 600    60    SELECTED
46     BRELA RECASS II 622    60    SELECTED
47     BRELA RECASS II 201    59    SELECTED
48     BRELA RECASS II 249    59    SELECTED
49     BRELA RECASS II 556    59    SELECTED
50     BRELA RECASS II 299    58    SELECTED
51     BRELA RECASS II 303    58    SELECTED
52     BRELA RECASS II 315    58    SELECTED
53     BRELA RECASS II 360    58    SELECTED
54     BRELA RECASS II 491    58    SELECTED
55     BRELA RECASS II 540    58    SELECTED
56     BRELA RECASS II 543    58    SELECTED
57     BRELA RECASS II 561    58    SELECTED
58     BRELA RECASS II 638    58    SELECTED
59     BRELA RECASS II 243    57    SELECTED
60     BRELA RECASS II 305    57    SELECTED
61     BRELA RECASS II 593    57    SELECTED
62     BRELA RECASS II 653    56    SELECTED
63     BRELA RECASS II 096    55    SELECTED
64     BRELA RECASS II 174    55    SELECTED
65     BRELA RECASS II 301    55    SELECTED
66     BRELA RECASS II 318    55    SELECTED
67     BRELA RECASS II 342    55    SELECTED
68     BRELA RECASS II 408    55    SELECTED
69     BRELA RECASS II 439    55    SELECTED
70     BRELA RECASS II 444    55    SELECTED
71     BRELA RECASS II 476    55    SELECTED
72     BRELA RECASS II 497    55    SELECTED
73     BRELA RECASS II 584    55    SELECTED
74     BRELA RECASS II 289    54    SELECTED
75     BRELA RECASS II 304    54    SELECTED
76     BRELA RECASS II 018    53    SELECTED
77     BRELA RECASS II 333    53    SELECTED
78     BRELA RECASS II 599    53    SELECTED
79     BRELA RECASS II 608    53    SELECTED
80     BRELA RECASS II 650    53    SELECTED
81     BRELA RECASS II 207    52    SELECTED
82     BRELA RECASS II 215    52    SELECTED
83     BRELA RECASS II 217    52    SELECTED
84     BRELA RECASS II 298    52    SELECTED
85     BRELA RECASS II 470    52    SELECTED
86     BRELA RECASS II 529    52    SELECTED
87     BRELA RECASS II 546    52    SELECTED
88     BRELA RECASS II 553    52    SELECTED
89     BRELA RECASS II 606    52    SELECTED
90     BRELA RECASS II 212    51    SELECTED
91     BRELA RECASS II 223    51    SELECTED
92     BRELA RECASS II 323    51    SELECTED
93     BRELA RECASS II 023    50    SELECTED
94     BRELA RECASS II 222    50    SELECTED
95     BRELA RECASS II 228    50    SELECTED
96     BRELA RECASS II 266    50    SELECTED
97     BRELA RECASS II 366    50    SELECTED
98     BRELA RECASS II 373    50    SELECTED
99     BRELA RECASS II 420    50    SELECTED
100     BRELA RECASS II 431    50    SELECTED
101     BRELA RECASS II 514    50    SELECTED
102     BRELA RECASS II 526    50    SELECTED
103     BRELA RECASS II 643    50    SELECTED
104     BRELA RECASS II 021    50    SELECTED
105     BRELA RECASS II 051    50    SELECTED
106     BRELA RECASS II 068    50    SELECTED
107     BRELA RECASS II 116    50    SELECTED
108     BRELA RECASS II 410    50    SELECTED
109     BRELA RECASS II 008    50    SELECTED
110     BRELA RECASS II 127    50    SELECTED
111     BRELA RECASS II 141    50    SELECTED
112     BRELA RECASS II 242    50    SELECTED
113     BRELA RECASS II 321    50    SELECTED
114     BRELA RECASS II 381    50    SELECTED
115     BRELA RECASS II 446    50    SELECTED
116     BRELA RECASS II 616    50    SELECTED
117     BRELA RECASS II 049    50    SELECTED
118     BRELA RECASS II 128    50    SELECTED
119     BRELA RECASS II 185    50    SELECTED
120     BRELA RECASS II 195    50    SELECTED
121     BRELA RECASS II 202    50    SELECTED
122     BRELA RECASS II 319    50    SELECTED
123     BRELA RECASS II 352    50    SELECTED
124     BRELA RECASS II 407    50    SELECTED
125     BRELA RECASS II 494    50    SELECTED
126     BRELA RECASS II 512    50    SELECTED
127     BRELA RECASS II 580    50    SELECTED
128     BRELA RECASS II 649    50    SELECTED
129     BRELA RECASS II 091    46    NOT SELECTED
130     BRELA RECASS II 575    46    NOT SELECTED
131     BRELA RECASS II 651    46    NOT SELECTED
132     BRELA RECASS II 020    45    NOT SELECTED
133     BRELA RECASS II 055    45    NOT SELECTED
134     BRELA RECASS II 159    45    NOT SELECTED
135     BRELA RECASS II 171    45    NOT SELECTED
136     BRELA RECASS II 290    45    NOT SELECTED
137     BRELA RECASS II 294    45    NOT SELECTED
138     BRELA RECASS II 349    45    NOT SELECTED
139     BRELA RECASS II 433    45    NOT SELECTED
140     BRELA RECASS II 480    45    NOT SELECTED
141     BRELA RECASS II 516    45    NOT SELECTED
142     BRELA RECASS II 558    45    NOT SELECTED
143     BRELA RECASS II 634    45    NOT SELECTED
144     BRELA RECASS II 250    44    NOT SELECTED
145     BRELA RECASS II 279    44    NOT SELECTED
146     BRELA RECASS II 427    44    NOT SELECTED
147     BRELA RECASS II 612    44    NOT SELECTED
148     BRELA RECASS II 005    43    NOT SELECTED
149     BRELA RECASS II 078    43    NOT SELECTED
150     BRELA RECASS II 154    43    NOT SELECTED
151     BRELA RECASS II 317    43    NOT SELECTED
152     BRELA RECASS II 371    43    NOT SELECTED
153     BRELA RECASS II 382    43    NOT SELECTED
154     BRELA RECASS II 393    43    NOT SELECTED
155     BRELA RECASS II 403    43    NOT SELECTED
156     BRELA RECASS II 443    43    NOT SELECTED
157     BRELA RECASS II 554    43    NOT SELECTED
158     BRELA RECASS II 644    43    NOT SELECTED
159     BRELA RECASS II 046    42    NOT SELECTED
160     BRELA RECASS II 138    42    NOT SELECTED
161     BRELA RECASS II 216    42    NOT SELECTED
162     BRELA RECASS II 449    42    NOT SELECTED
163     BRELA RECASS II 548    42    NOT SELECTED
164     BRELA RECASS II 629    42    NOT SELECTED
165     BRELA RECASS II 631    42    NOT SELECTED
166     BRELA RECASS II 639    42    NOT SELECTED
167     BRELA RECASS II 664    42    NOT SELECTED
168     BRELA RECASS II 311    41    NOT SELECTED
169     BRELA RECASS II 402    41    NOT SELECTED
170     BRELA RECASS II 594    41    NOT SELECTED
171     BRELA RECASS II 022    40    NOT SELECTED
172     BRELA RECASS II 076    40    NOT SELECTED
173     BRELA RECASS II 090    40    NOT SELECTED
174     BRELA RECASS II 130    40    NOT SELECTED
175     BRELA RECASS II 209    40    NOT SELECTED
176     BRELA RECASS II 234    40    NOT SELECTED
177     BRELA RECASS II 257    40    NOT SELECTED
178     BRELA RECASS II 284    40    NOT SELECTED
179     BRELA RECASS II 353    40    NOT SELECTED
180     BRELA RECASS II 387    40    NOT SELECTED
181     BRELA RECASS II 513    40    NOT SELECTED
182     BRELA RECASS II 523    40    NOT SELECTED
183     BRELA RECASS II 549    40    NOT SELECTED
184     BRELA RECASS II 596    40    NOT SELECTED
185     BRELA RECASS II 047    39    NOT SELECTED
186     BRELA RECASS II 182    39    NOT SELECTED
187     BRELA RECASS II 472    39    NOT SELECTED
188     BRELA RECASS II 102    38    NOT SELECTED
189     BRELA RECASS II 115    38    NOT SELECTED
190     BRELA RECASS II 167    38    NOT SELECTED
191     BRELA RECASS II 252    38    NOT SELECTED
192     BRELA RECASS II 375    38    NOT SELECTED
193     BRELA RECASS II 527    38    NOT SELECTED
194     BRELA RECASS II 572    38    NOT SELECTED
195     BRELA RECASS II 145    37    NOT SELECTED
196     BRELA RECASS II 652    37    NOT SELECTED
197     BRELA RECASS II 607    36    NOT SELECTED
198     BRELA RECASS II 670    36    NOT SELECTED
199     BRELA RECASS II 019    35    NOT SELECTED
200     BRELA RECASS II 056    35    NOT SELECTED
201     BRELA RECASS II 085    35    NOT SELECTED
202     BRELA RECASS II 133    35    NOT SELECTED
203     BRELA RECASS II 149    35    NOT SELECTED
204     BRELA RECASS II 177    35    NOT SELECTED
205     BRELA RECASS II 193    35    NOT SELECTED
206     BRELA RECASS II 220    35    NOT SELECTED
207     BRELA RECASS II 245    35    NOT SELECTED
208     BRELA RECASS II 251    35    NOT SELECTED
209     BRELA RECASS II 308    35    NOT SELECTED
210     BRELA RECASS II 331    35    NOT SELECTED
211     BRELA RECASS II 336    35    NOT SELECTED
212     BRELA RECASS II 337    35    NOT SELECTED
213     BRELA RECASS II 379    35    NOT SELECTED
214     BRELA RECASS II 416    35    NOT SELECTED
215     BRELA RECASS II 430    35    NOT SELECTED
216     BRELA RECASS II 448    35    NOT SELECTED
217     BRELA RECASS II 467    35    NOT SELECTED
218     BRELA RECASS II 471    35    NOT SELECTED
219     BRELA RECASS II 515    35    NOT SELECTED
220     BRELA RECASS II 582    35    NOT SELECTED
221     BRELA RECASS II 632    35    NOT SELECTED
222     BRELA RECASS II 378    34    NOT SELECTED
223     BRELA RECASS II 424    34    NOT SELECTED
224     BRELA RECASS II 567    34    NOT SELECTED
225     BRELA RECASS II 621    34    NOT SELECTED
226     BRELA RECASS II 628    34    NOT SELECTED
227     BRELA RECASS II 640    34    NOT SELECTED
228     BRELA RECASS II 262    33    NOT SELECTED
229     BRELA RECASS II 334    33    NOT SELECTED
230     BRELA RECASS II 340    33    NOT SELECTED
231     BRELA RECASS II 473    33    NOT SELECTED
232     BRELA RECASS II 492    33    NOT SELECTED
233     BRELA RECASS II 012    32    NOT SELECTED
234     BRELA RECASS II 065    32    NOT SELECTED
235     BRELA RECASS II 152    32    NOT SELECTED
236     BRELA RECASS II 169    32    NOT SELECTED
237     BRELA RECASS II 214    32    NOT SELECTED
238     BRELA RECASS II 287    32    NOT SELECTED
239     BRELA RECASS II 520    32    NOT SELECTED
240     BRELA RECASS II 302    31    NOT SELECTED
241     BRELA RECASS II 440    31    NOT SELECTED
242     BRELA RECASS II 007    30    NOT SELECTED
243     BRELA RECASS II 042    30    NOT SELECTED
244     BRELA RECASS II 093    30    NOT SELECTED
245     BRELA RECASS II 095    30    NOT SELECTED
246     BRELA RECASS II 107    30    NOT SELECTED
247     BRELA RECASS II 186    30    NOT SELECTED
248     BRELA RECASS II 197    30    NOT SELECTED
249     BRELA RECASS II 213    30    NOT SELECTED
250     BRELA RECASS II 240    30    NOT SELECTED
251     BRELA RECASS II 268    30    NOT SELECTED
252     BRELA RECASS II 270    30    NOT SELECTED
253     BRELA RECASS II 278    30    NOT SELECTED
254     BRELA RECASS II 355    30    NOT SELECTED
255     BRELA RECASS II 457    30    NOT SELECTED
256     BRELA RECASS II 495    30    NOT SELECTED
257     BRELA RECASS II 524    30    NOT SELECTED
258     BRELA RECASS II 626    30    NOT SELECTED
259     BRELA RECASS II 227    29    NOT SELECTED
260     BRELA RECASS II 481    29    NOT SELECTED
261     BRELA RECASS II 025    28    NOT SELECTED
262     BRELA RECASS II 109    28    NOT SELECTED
263     BRELA RECASS II 125    28    NOT SELECTED
264     BRELA RECASS II 383    28    NOT SELECTED
265     BRELA RECASS II 400    28    NOT SELECTED
266     BRELA RECASS II 510    28    NOT SELECTED
267     BRELA RECASS II 522    28    NOT SELECTED
268     BRELA RECASS II 566    28    NOT SELECTED
269     BRELA RECASS II 609    28    NOT SELECTED
270     BRELA RECASS II 002    27    NOT SELECTED
271     BRELA RECASS II 003    27    NOT SELECTED
272     BRELA RECASS II 391    27    NOT SELECTED
273     BRELA RECASS II 415    27    NOT SELECTED
274     BRELA RECASS II 568    27    NOT SELECTED
275     BRELA RECASS II 595    27    NOT SELECTED
276     BRELA RECASS II 625    27    NOT SELECTED
277     BRELA RECASS II 053    26    NOT SELECTED
278     BRELA RECASS II 611    26    NOT SELECTED
279     BRELA RECASS II 006    25    NOT SELECTED
280     BRELA RECASS II 014    25    NOT SELECTED
281     BRELA RECASS II 035    25    NOT SELECTED
282     BRELA RECASS II 098    25    NOT SELECTED
283     BRELA RECASS II 113    25    NOT SELECTED
284     BRELA RECASS II 135    25    NOT SELECTED
285     BRELA RECASS II 143    25    NOT SELECTED
286     BRELA RECASS II 151    25    NOT SELECTED
287     BRELA RECASS II 170    25    NOT SELECTED
288     BRELA RECASS II 179    25    NOT SELECTED
289     BRELA RECASS II 239    25    NOT SELECTED
290     BRELA RECASS II 246    25    NOT SELECTED
291     BRELA RECASS II 367    25    NOT SELECTED
292     BRELA RECASS II 368    25    NOT SELECTED
293     BRELA RECASS II 479    25    NOT SELECTED
294     BRELA RECASS II 669    25    NOT SELECTED
295     BRELA RECASS II 571    24    NOT SELECTED
296     BRELA RECASS II 661    24    NOT SELECTED
297     BRELA RECASS II 059    23    NOT SELECTED
298     BRELA RECASS II 309    23    NOT SELECTED
299     BRELA RECASS II 341    23    NOT SELECTED
300     BRELA RECASS II 394    23    NOT SELECTED
301     BRELA RECASS II 504    23    NOT SELECTED
302     BRELA RECASS II 088    22    NOT SELECTED
303     BRELA RECASS II 178    22    NOT SELECTED
304     BRELA RECASS II 231    22    NOT SELECTED
305     BRELA RECASS II 624    21    NOT SELECTED
306     BRELA RECASS II 015    20    NOT SELECTED
307     BRELA RECASS II 016    20    NOT SELECTED
308     BRELA RECASS II 029    20    NOT SELECTED
309     BRELA RECASS II 032    20    NOT SELECTED
310     BRELA RECASS II 073    20    NOT SELECTED
311     BRELA RECASS II 081    20    NOT SELECTED
312     BRELA RECASS II 106    20    NOT SELECTED
313     BRELA RECASS II 129    20    NOT SELECTED
314     BRELA RECASS II 397    20    NOT SELECTED
315     BRELA RECASS II 401    20    NOT SELECTED
316     BRELA RECASS II 442    20    NOT SELECTED
317     BRELA RECASS II 493    20    NOT SELECTED
318     BRELA RECASS II 565    20    NOT SELECTED
319     BRELA RECASS II 061    19    NOT SELECTED
320     BRELA RECASS II 122    19    NOT SELECTED
321     BRELA RECASS II 477    19    NOT SELECTED
322     BRELA RECASS II 659    19    NOT SELECTED
323     BRELA RECASS II 079    17    NOT SELECTED
324     BRELA RECASS II 221    17    NOT SELECTED
325     BRELA RECASS II 445    17    NOT SELECTED
326     BRELA RECASS II 463    17    NOT SELECTED
327     BRELA RECASS II 532    17    NOT SELECTED
328     BRELA RECASS II 547    17    NOT SELECTED
329     BRELA RECASS II 559    17    NOT SELECTED
330     BRELA RECASS II 642    17    NOT SELECTED
331     BRELA RECASS II 036    16    NOT SELECTED
332     BRELA RECASS II 038    15    NOT SELECTED
333     BRELA RECASS II 132    15    NOT SELECTED
334     BRELA RECASS II 192    15    NOT SELECTED
335     BRELA RECASS II 254    15    NOT SELECTED
336     BRELA RECASS II 455    15    NOT SELECTED
337     BRELA RECASS II 544    15    NOT SELECTED
338     BRELA RECASS II 615    15    NOT SELECTED
339     BRELA RECASS II 627    15    NOT SELECTED
340     BRELA RECASS II 646    15    NOT SELECTED
341     BRELA RECASS II 672    15    NOT SELECTED
342     BRELA RECASS II 490    13    NOT SELECTED
343     BRELA RECASS II 487    12    NOT SELECTED
344     BRELA RECASS II 598    12    NOT SELECTED
345     BRELA RECASS II 013    10    NOT SELECTED
346     BRELA RECASS II 156    10    NOT SELECTED
347     BRELA RECASS II 160    10    NOT SELECTED
348     BRELA RECASS II 288    10    NOT SELECTED
349     BRELA RECASS II 344    10    NOT SELECTED
350     BRELA RECASS II 350    10    NOT SELECTED
351     BRELA RECASS II 392    10    NOT SELECTED
352     BRELA RECASS II 437    10    NOT SELECTED
353     BRELA RECASS II 456    10    NOT SELECTED
354     BRELA RECASS II 486    10    NOT SELECTED
355     BRELA RECASS II 541    10    NOT SELECTED
356     BRELA RECASS II 601    10    NOT SELECTED
357     BRELA RECASS II 314    9    NOT SELECTED
358     BRELA RECASS II 395    9    NOT SELECTED
359     BRELA RECASS II 351    7    NOT SELECTED
360     BRELA RECASS II 313    6    NOT SELECTED
361     BRELA RECASS II 422    6    NOT SELECTED
362     BRELA RECASS II 031    5    NOT SELECTED
363     BRELA RECASS II 194    5    NOT SELECTED
364     BRELA RECASS II 235    5    NOT SELECTED
365     BRELA RECASS II 396    5    NOT SELECTED
366     BRELA RECASS II 421    5    NOT SELECTED
367     BRELA RECASS II 460    5    NOT SELECTED
368     BRELA RECASS II 579    5    NOT SELECTED
369     BRELA RECASS II 657    5    NOT SELECTED


KADA: MARINE WARDEN IV            
EMPLOYER: MARINE PARKS
            
Na. EXAM NUMBER             SCORE   REMARKS
1    MW-IV- SA MARINE-107    63    SELECTED
2    MW-IV- SA MARINE-100    56    SELECTED
3    MW-IV- SA MARINE-109    56    SELECTED
4    MW-IV- SA MARINE-121    53    SELECTED
5    MW-IV- SA MARINE-115    50    SELECTED
6    MW-IV- SA MARINE-116    50    SELECTED
7    MW-IV- SA MARINE-129    50    SELECTED
8    MW-IV- SA MARINE-108    47    NOT SELECTED
9    MW-IV- SA MARINE-128    45    NOT SELECTED
10    MW-IV- SA MARINE-117    37    NOT SELECTED
11    MW-IV- SA MARINE-120    30    NOT SELECTED
12    MW-IV- SA MARINE-103    27    NOT SELECTED
13    MW-IV- SA MARINE-106    26    NOT SELECTED
14    MW-IV- SA MARINE-127    20    NOT SELECTED
15    MW-IV- SA MARINE-118    17    NOT SELECTED
16    MW-IV- SA MARINE-130    14    NOT SELECTED


KADA: PARK RANGER            
EMPLOYER: MARINE PARK
            
Na. EXAM NUMBER          SCORES    REMARKS
1    PR IV-SA-MARINE-019    85    SELECTED
2    PR IV-SA-MARINE-050    85    SELECTED
3    PR IV-SA-MARINE-024    80    SELECTED
4    PR IV-SA-MARINE-041    75    SELECTED
5    PR IV-SA-MARINE-003    70    SELECTED
6    PR IV-SA-MARINE-010    70    SELECTED
7    PR IV-SA-MARINE-015    70    SELECTED
8    PR IV-SA-MARINE-033    70    SELECTED
9    PR IV-SA-MARINE-043    70    SELECTED
10    PR IV-SA-MARINE-047    70    SELECTED
11    PR IV-SA-MARINE-052    70    SELECTED
12    PR IV-SA-MARINE-011    65    NOT SELECTED
13    PR IV-SA-MARINE-018    65    NOT SELECTED
14    PR IV-SA-MARINE-035    65    NOT SELECTED
15    PR IV-SA-MARINE-053    65    NOT SELECTED
16    PR IV-SA-MARINE-001    60    NOT SELECTED
17    PR IV-SA-MARINE-016    60    NOT SELECTED
18    PR IV-SA-MARINE-025    60    NOT SELECTED
19    PR IV-SA-MARINE-042    55    NOT SELECTED
20    PR IV-SA-MARINE-044    55    NOT SELECTED
21    PR IV-SA-MARINE-005    50    NOT SELECTED
22    PR IV-SA-MARINE-029    50    NOT SELECTED
23    PR IV-SA-MARINE-004    45    NOT SELECTED
24    PR IV-SA-MARINE-049    45    NOT SELECTED
25    PR IV-SA-MARINE-038    40    NOT SELECTED
26    PR IV-SA-MARINE-046    40    NOT SELECTED
27    PR IV-SA-MARINE-054    25    NOT SELECTED
28    PR IV-SA-MARINE-051    5    NOT SELECTED


MHIFADHI MAMBO YA KALE II
(CONSERVATORS OF ANTIQUITIES GRADE II)                
EMPLOYER: MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND TOURISM                
                
Na. EXAMINATION NUMBER           MARKS  REMARKS
1    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-153        66    SELECTED
2    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-250        62    SELECTED
3    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-136        59    SELECTED
4    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-059        59    SELECTED
5    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-024        58    SELECTED
6    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-164        58    SELECTED
7    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-220        58    SELECTED
8    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-181        57    SELECTED
9    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-167        57    SELECTED
10    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-018        56    SELECTED
11    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-109        56    SELECTED
12    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-116        56    SELECTED
13    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-020        55    SELECTED
14    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-099        55    SELECTED
15    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-132        55    SELECTED
16    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-229        55    SELECTED
17    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-178        55    SELECTED
18    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-086        54    NOT SELECTED
19    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-122        54    NOT SELECTED
20    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-162        54    NOT SELECTED
21    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-184        54    NOT SELECTED
22    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-234        54    NOT SELECTED
23    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-237        53    NOT SELECTED
24    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-003        52    NOT SELECTED
25    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-008        52    NOT SELECTED
26    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-041        52    NOT SELECTED
27    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-052        52    NOT SELECTED
28    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-188        52    NOT SELECTED
29    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-194        52    NOT SELECTED
30    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-247        52    NOT SELECTED
31    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-002        51    NOT SELECTED
32    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-034        51    NOT SELECTED
33    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-056        51    NOT SELECTED
34    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-150        51    NOT SELECTED
35    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-190        51    NOT SELECTED
36    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-231        51    NOT SELECTED
37    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-001        50    NOT SELECTED
38    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-065        50    NOT SELECTED
39    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-068        50    NOT SELECTED
40    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-098        50    NOT SELECTED
41    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-104        50    NOT SELECTED
42    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-123        50    NOT SELECTED
43    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-141        50    NOT SELECTED
44    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-142        50    NOT SELECTED
45    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-147        50    NOT SELECTED
46    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-206        50    NOT SELECTED
47    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-217        50    NOT SELECTED
48    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-232        50    NOT SELECTED
49    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-249        50    NOT SELECTED
50    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-007        48    NOT SELECTED
51    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-127        48    NOT SELECTED
52    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-238        48    NOT SELECTED
53    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-009        47    NOT SELECTED
54    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-161        47    NOT SELECTED
55    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-197        47    NOT SELECTED
56    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-073        46    NOT SELECTED
57    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-078        46    NOT SELECTED
58    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-191        46    NOT SELECTED
59    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-211        46    NOT SELECTED
60    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-039        45    NOT SELECTED
61    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-071        45    NOT SELECTED
62    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-074        45    NOT SELECTED
63    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-083        45    NOT SELECTED
64    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-103        45    NOT SELECTED
65    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-174        45    NOT SELECTED
66    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-192        45    NOT SELECTED
67    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-193        45    NOT SELECTED
68    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-040        45    NOT SELECTED
69    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-092        44    NOT SELECTED
70    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-155        44    NOT SELECTED
71    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-166        44    NOT SELECTED
72    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-182        44    NOT SELECTED
73    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-187        44    NOT SELECTED
74    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-222        44    NOT SELECTED
75    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-226        44    NOT SELECTED
76    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-244        44    NOT SELECTED
77    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-044        43    NOT SELECTED
78    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-050        43    NOT SELECTED
79    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-088        43    NOT SELECTED
80    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-096        43    NOT SELECTED
81    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-100        43    NOT SELECTED
82    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-133        43    NOT SELECTED
83    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-135        43    NOT SELECTED
84    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-169        43    NOT SELECTED
85    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-175        43    NOT SELECTED
86    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-218        43    NOT SELECTED
87    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-023        43    NOT SELECTED
88    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-031        42    NOT SELECTED
89    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-046        42    NOT SELECTED
90    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-017        41    NOT SELECTED
91    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-019        41    NOT SELECTED
92    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-134        41    NOT SELECTED
93    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-239        41    NOT SELECTED
94    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-057        40    NOT SELECTED
95    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-090        40    NOT SELECTED
96    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-113        40    NOT SELECTED
97    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-214        40    NOT SELECTED
98    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-221        40    NOT SELECTED
99    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-215        40    NOT SELECTED
100    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-013        39    NOT SELECTED
101    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-089        39    NOT SELECTED
102    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-125        39    NOT SELECTED
103    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-148        39    NOT SELECTED
104    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-204        39    NOT SELECTED
105    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-093        38    NOT SELECTED
106    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-115        38    NOT SELECTED
107    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-210        38    NOT SELECTED
108    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-228        38    NOT SELECTED
109    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-246        38    NOT SELECTED
110    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-004        37    NOT SELECTED
111    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-021        37    NOT SELECTED
112    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-032        37    NOT SELECTED
113    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-036        37    NOT SELECTED
114    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-037        37    NOT SELECTED
115    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-054        37    NOT SELECTED
116    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-066        37    NOT SELECTED
117    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-124        37    NOT SELECTED
118    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-030        36    NOT SELECTED
119    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-240        35    NOT SELECTED
120    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-251        35    NOT SELECTED
121    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-129        34    NOT SELECTED
122    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-130        34    NOT SELECTED
123    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-171        34    NOT SELECTED
124    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-227        34    NOT SELECTED
125    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-173        33    NOT SELECTED
126    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-005        32    NOT SELECTED
127    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-144        32    NOT SELECTED
128    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-014        31    NOT SELECTED
129    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-110        31    NOT SELECTED
130    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-151        31    NOT SELECTED
131    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-235        31    NOT SELECTED
132    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-208        29    NOT SELECTED
133    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-196        28    NOT SELECTED
134    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-230        28    NOT SELECTED
135    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-028        27    NOT SELECTED
136    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-140        27    NOT SELECTED
137    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-146        27    NOT SELECTED
138    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-053        26    NOT SELECTED
139    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-062        26    NOT SELECTED
140    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-067        25    NOT SELECTED
141    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-060        24    NOT SELECTED
142    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-077        23    NOT SELECTED
143    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-085        22    NOT SELECTED
144    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-179        21    NOT SELECTED
145    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-081        20    NOT SELECTED
146    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-101        19    NOT SELECTED
147    PSRS-MAMBO YA KALE-120        14    NOT SELECTED


KADA: TRADE OFFICER                 
EMPLOYER: MDA'S                 
                
Na. EXNAMINATION NO                       MARKS   REMARKS
1    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-243        74    SELECTED
2    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-090        72    SELECTED
3    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-128        69    SELECTED
4    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-174        61    SELECTED
5    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-084        60    SELECTED
6    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-245        55    SELECTED
7    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-034        54    SELECTED
8    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-074        53    SELECTED
9    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-113        53    SELECTED
10    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-168        53    SELECTED
11    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-228        53    SELECTED
12    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-049        53    SELECTED
13    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-150        53    SELECTED
14    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-167        53    SELECTED
15    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-130        53    SELECTED
16    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-256        53    SELECTED
17    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-221        52    SELECTED
18    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-050        52    SELECTED
19    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-054        52    SELECTED
20    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-170        50    SELECTED
21    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-114        50    SELECTED
22    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-264        50    SELECTED
23    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-242        50    SELECTED
24    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-080        50    SELECTED
25    PSRS-MDA'S-TRADE OFFICER-116        50    SELECTED


KADA:  PRINCIPAL EXAMINATION CO-ORDINATOR II           
EMPLOYER: (PSPTB)
         
Na. EXAMINATION NUMBER      SCORES   REMARKS
1    PSPTB PEXAM COR II 013      73      SELECTED
2    PSPTB PEXAM COR II 004      70      SELECTED
3    PSPTB PEXAM COR II 007      70      SELECTED
4    PSPTB PEXAM COR II 008      64      SELECTED
5    PSPTB PEXAM COR II 011      60      SELECTED
6    PSPTB PEXAM COR II 010      50      SELECTED
7    PSPTB PEXAM COR II 005      37      NOT SELECTED


KADA: SENIOR MARKETING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER II            
EMPLOYER:   (PSPTB)
         
Na.  EXAM NUMBER        SCORE  REMARKS
1    SEN MARK PRO 008    55    SELECTED
2    SEN MARK PRO 009    50    SELECTED


KADA:SENIOR INTERNAL AUDITOR II            
EMPLOYER: (PSPTB)
        
Na. EXAM NUMBER                  SCORES    REMARKS
1    PSPTB SIA II 0014                53    SELECTED
2    PSPTB SIA II 0015                53    SELECTED
3    PSPTB SIA II 0000                52    SELECTED
4    PSPTB SIA II 0016                52    SELECTED
5    PSPTB SIA II 0018                52    SELECTED
6    PSPTB SIA II 0022                50    SELECTED
7    PSPTB SIA II 0002                28    NOT SELECTED


KADA: RESEARCH ASSISTANT            
EMPLOYER: TANZANIA FISHERIES RESEARCH INSTITUTE
            
Na  EXAM NUMBER       SCORE  REMARKS
1    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1006    80    SELECTED
2    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1007    80    SELECTED
3    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1010    80    SELECTED
4    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1023    80    SELECTED
5    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1012    78    SELECTED
6    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1003    75    SELECTED
7    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1014    75    SELECTED
8    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1021    75    SELECTED
9    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1022    75    SELECTED
10    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1024    75    SELECTED
11    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1002    70    SELECTED
12    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1015    70    SELECTED
13    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1025    70    SELECTED
14    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1000    65    NOT SELECTED
15    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1004    65    NOT SELECTED
16    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1020    65    NOT SELECTED
17    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1011    60    NOT SELECTED
18    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1018    60    NOT SELECTED
19    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1008    55    NOT SELECTED
20    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1001    50    NOT SELECTED
21    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1013    50    NOT SELECTED
22    RA-SA-TAFIRI-1005    40    NOT SELECTED


KADA: RESEARCH TECHNICIAN                
EMPLOYER: TANZANIA FISHERIES RESEARCH INSTITUTE
                
Na  EXAM NUMBER           SCORE    REMARKS
1    RT-SA-TAFIRI-125        75    SELECTED
2    RT-SA-TAFIRI-101        70    SELECTED
3    RT-SA-TAFIRI-152        70    SELECTED
4    RT-SA-TAFIRI-203        70    SELECTED
5    RT-SA-TAFIRI-169        65    SELECTED
6    RT-SA-TAFIRI-237        62    SELECTED
7    RT-SA-TAFIRI-100        60    SELECTED
8    RT-SA-TAFIRI-176        60    SELECTED
9    RT-SA-TAFIRI-181        60    SELECTED
10    RT-SA-TAFIRI-147        58    NOT SELECTED
11    RT-SA-TAFIRI-109        57    NOT SELECTED
12    RT-SA-TAFIRI-110        55    NOT SELECTED
13    RT-SA-TAFIRI-111        55    NOT SELECTED
14    RT-SA-TAFIRI-132        55    NOT SELECTED
15    RT-SA-TAFIRI-135        55    NOT SELECTED
16    RT-SA-TAFIRI-139        55    NOT SELECTED
17    RT-SA-TAFIRI-177        55    NOT SELECTED
18    RT-SA-TAFIRI-179        55    NOT SELECTED
19    RT-SA-TAFIRI-194        55    NOT SELECTED
20    RT-SA-TAFIRI-162        53    NOT SELECTED
21    RT-SA-TAFIRI-231        53    NOT SELECTED
22    RT-SA-TAFIRI-122        50    NOT SELECTED
23    RT-SA-TAFIRI-157        50    NOT SELECTED
24    RT-SA-TAFIRI-164        50    NOT SELECTED
25    RT-SA-TAFIRI-168        50    NOT SELECTED
26    RT-SA-TAFIRI-174        50    NOT SELECTED
27    RT-SA-TAFIRI-198        50    NOT SELECTED
28    RT-SA-TAFIRI-200        50    NOT SELECTED
29    RT-SA-TAFIRI-213        50    NOT SELECTED
30    RT-SA-TAFIRI-215        50    NOT SELECTED
31    RT-SA-TAFIRI-103        50    NOT SELECTED
32    RT-SA-TAFIRI-145        50    NOT SELECTED
33    RT-SA-TAFIRI-140        45    NOT SELECTED
34    RT-SA-TAFIRI-204        45    NOT SELECTED
35    RT-SA-TAFIRI-205        42    NOT SELECTED
36    RT-SA-TAFIRI-187        40    NOT SELECTED
37    RT-SA-TAFIRI-188        40    NOT SELECTED
38    RT-SA-TAFIRI-197        40    NOT SELECTED
39    RT-SA-TAFIRI-210        40    NOT SELECTED
40    RT-SA-TAFIRI-219        40    NOT SELECTED
41    RT-SA-TAFIRI-212        38    NOT SELECTED
42    RT-SA-TAFIRI-102        35    NOT SELECTED
43    RT-SA-TAFIRI-107        35    NOT SELECTED
44    RT-SA-TAFIRI-183        35    NOT SELECTED
45    RT-SA-TAFIRI-208        35    NOT SELECTED
46    RT-SA-TAFIRI-235        35    NOT SELECTED
47    RT-SA-TAFIRI-170        33    NOT SELECTED
48    RT-SA-TAFIRI-158        32    NOT SELECTED
49    RT-SA-TAFIRI-182        32    NOT SELECTED
50    RT-SA-TAFIRI-129        30    NOT SELECTED
51    RT-SA-TAFIRI-141        30    NOT SELECTED
52    RT-SA-TAFIRI-161        30    NOT SELECTED
53    RT-SA-TAFIRI-175        30    NOT SELECTED
54    RT-SA-TAFIRI-199        30    NOT SELECTED
55    RT-SA-TAFIRI-207        30    NOT SELECTED
56    RT-SA-TAFIRI-221        30    NOT SELECTED
57    RT-SA-TAFIRI-223        30    NOT SELECTED
58    RT-SA-TAFIRI-226        30    NOT SELECTED
59    RT-SA-TAFIRI-230        30    NOT SELECTED
60    RT-SA-TAFIRI-236        30    NOT SELECTED
61    RT-SA-TAFIRI-167        28    NOT SELECTED
62    RT-SA-TAFIRI-124        27    NOT SELECTED
63    RT-SA-TAFIRI-206        26    NOT SELECTED
64    RT-SA-TAFIRI-201        25    NOT SELECTED
65    RT-SA-TAFIRI-211        25    NOT SELECTED
66    RT-SA-TAFIRI-217        23    NOT SELECTED
67    RT-SA-TAFIRI-106        20    NOT SELECTED
68    RT-SA-TAFIRI-116        20    NOT SELECTED
69    RT-SA-TAFIRI-119        20    NOT SELECTED
70    RT-SA-TAFIRI-120        20    NOT SELECTED
71    RT-SA-TAFIRI-131        20    NOT SELECTED
72    RT-SA-TAFIRI-149        20    NOT SELECTED
73    RT-SA-TAFIRI-185        20    NOT SELECTED
74    RT-SA-TAFIRI-227        20    NOT SELECTED
75    RT-SA-TAFIRI-233        20    NOT SELECTED
76    RT-SA-TAFIRI-138        18    NOT SELECTED
77    RT-SA-TAFIRI-128        15    NOT SELECTED
78    RT-SA-TAFIRI-142        15    NOT SELECTED
79    RT-SA-TAFIRI-171        15    NOT SELECTED
80    RT-SA-TAFIRI-190        15    NOT SELECTED
81    RT-SA-TAFIRI-191        15    NOT SELECTED
82    RT-SA-TAFIRI-229        15    NOT SELECTED
83    RT-SA-TAFIRI-113        11    NOT SELECTED
84    RT-SA-TAFIRI-155        10    NOT SELECTED
85    RT-SA-TAFIRI-126        10    NOT SELECTED
86    RT-SA-TAFIRI-165        10    NOT SELECTED
87    RT-SA-TAFIRI-172        10    NOT SELECTED
88    RT-SA-TAFIRI-228        10    NOT SELECTED
89    RT-SA-TAFIRI-234        10    NOT SELECTED
90    RT-SA-TAFIRI-121        5    NOT SELECTED
91    RT-SA-TAFIRI-180        5    NOT SELECTED


DOMESTIC  MARKETING DEVELOPMENT OFFICER                
EMPLOYER:TAN TRADE
                
Na. EXAM NUMBER                                            MARKS  REMARKS
1    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-181        69    SELECTED
2    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-195        66    SELECTED
3    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-022        62    SELECTED
4    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-067        62    SELECTED
5    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-079        60    SELECTED
6    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-278        60    SELECTED
7    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-199        56    SELECTED
8    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-193        55    SELECTED
9    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-197        54    SELECTED
10    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-112        53    SELECTED
11    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-122        53    SELECTED
12    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-209        53    SELECTED
13    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-014        53    SELECTED
14    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-012        52    SELECTED
15    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-036        52    SELECTED
16    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-127        51    SELECTED
17    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-196        51    SELECTED
18    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-237        51    SELECTED
19    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-011        50    SELECTED
20    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-047        46    NOT SELECTED
21    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-323        45    NOT SELECTED
22    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-334        45    NOT SELECTED
23    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-034        44    NOT SELECTED
24    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-076        44    NOT SELECTED
25    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-158        44    NOT SELECTED
26    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-204        44    NOT SELECTED
27    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-259        44    NOT SELECTED
28    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-309        44    NOT SELECTED
29    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-013        43    NOT SELECTED
30    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-088        43    NOT SELECTED
31    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-175        42    NOT SELECTED
32    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-071        41    NOT SELECTED
33    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-157        41    NOT SELECTED
34    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-277        41    NOT SELECTED
35    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-322        41    NOT SELECTED
36    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-090        40    NOT SELECTED
37    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-215        40    NOT SELECTED
38    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-241        39    NOT SELECTED
39    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-298        39    NOT SELECTED
40    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-336        39    NOT SELECTED
41    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-032        38    NOT SELECTED
42    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-267        38    NOT SELECTED
43    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-275        38    NOT SELECTED
44    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-094        37    NOT SELECTED
45    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-223        37    NOT SELECTED
46    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-164        36    NOT SELECTED
47    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-182        36    NOT SELECTED
48    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-214        36    NOT SELECTED
49    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-251        36    NOT SELECTED
50    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-114        35    NOT SELECTED
51    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-192        35    NOT SELECTED
52    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-028        34    NOT SELECTED
53    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-069        34    NOT SELECTED
54    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-111        34    NOT SELECTED
55    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-211        34    NOT SELECTED
56    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-015        33    NOT SELECTED
57    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-018        33    NOT SELECTED
58    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-027        33    NOT SELECTED
59    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-107        33    NOT SELECTED
60    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-183        32    NOT SELECTED
61    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-245        32    NOT SELECTED
62    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-270        32    NOT SELECTED
63    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-330        32    NOT SELECTED
64    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-066        31    NOT SELECTED
65    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-065        30    NOT SELECTED
66    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-142        30    NOT SELECTED
67    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-169        30    NOT SELECTED
68    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-320        30    NOT SELECTED
69    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-002        29    NOT SELECTED
70    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-006        29    NOT SELECTED
71    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-058        29    NOT SELECTED
72    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-335        27    NOT SELECTED
73    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-149        25    NOT SELECTED
74    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-338        25    NOT SELECTED
75    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-073        24    NOT SELECTED
76    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-048        22    NOT SELECTED
77    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-053        21    NOT SELECTED
78    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-257        21    NOT SELECTED
79    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-265        21    NOT SELECTED
80    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-123        20    NOT SELECTED
81    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-300        20    NOT SELECTED
82    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-084        19    NOT SELECTED
83    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-290        17    NOT SELECTED
84    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-141        16    NOT SELECTED
85    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-166        16    NOT SELECTED
86    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-256        15    NOT SELECTED
87    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-174        14    NOT SELECTED
88    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-126        13    NOT SELECTED
89    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-055        11    NOT SELECTED
90    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-313        11    NOT SELECTED
91    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-023        10    NOT SELECTED
92    PSRS-TANTRADE-DOME MARK DEV OFF-287        10    NOT SELECTED


PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT OFFICER II          
EMPLOYER:TANZANIA TRADE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (Tan Trade)                
                
Na. EXNAMINATION NO                              SCORE    REMARKS
1    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-111        77    SELECTED
2    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-139        77    SELECTED
3    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-162        76    SELECTED
4    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-173        75    SELECTED
5    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-040        74    SELECTED
6    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-015        70    SELECTED
7    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-017        68    SELECTED
8    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-123        67    SELECTED
9    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-116        65    SELECTED
10    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-122        65    SELECTED
11    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-150        64    NOT SELECTED
12    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-048        62    NOT SELECTED
13    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-037        61    NOT SELECTED
14    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-064        61    NOT SELECTED
15    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-104        61    NOT SELECTED
16    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-160        61    NOT SELECTED
17    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-166        59    NOT SELECTED
18    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-172        55    NOT SELECTED
19    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-090        52    NOT SELECTED
20    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-059        50    NOT SELECTED
21    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-114        48    NOT SELECTED
22    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-119        47    NOT SELECTED
23    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-147        47    NOT SELECTED
24    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-132        45    NOT SELECTED
25    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-009        44    NOT SELECTED
26    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-065        38    NOT SELECTED
27    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-007        34    NOT SELECTED
28    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-136        34    NOT SELECTED
29    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROD DEV OFF-074        27    NOT SELECTED


SME DEVELOPMENT OFFICER   II                
EMPLOYER: TANTRADE                
            
Na. EXAM NO                                          SCORE  REMARKS
1    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-030        70    SELECTED
2    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-102        68    SELECTED
3    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-079        65    SELECTED
4    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-066        62    SELECTED
5    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-068        60    SELECTED
6    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-037        58    SELECTED
7    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-040        57    SELECTED
8    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-062        55    SELECTED
9    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-074        51    SELECTED
10    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-051        51    SELECTED
11    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-020        50    NOT SELECTED
12    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-029        50    NOT SELECTED
13    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-067        50    NOT SELECTED
14    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-083        50    NOT SELECTED
15    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-115        50    NOT SELECTED
16    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-016        49    NOT SELECTED
17    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-060        48    NOT SELECTED
18    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-105        48    NOT SELECTED
19    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-078        47    NOT SELECTED
20    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-110        47    NOT SELECTED
21    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-005        45    NOT SELECTED
22    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-075        45    NOT SELECTED
23    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-085        45    NOT SELECTED
24    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-058        42    NOT SELECTED
25    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-069        42    NOT SELECTED
26    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-018        40    NOT SELECTED
27    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-045        40    NOT SELECTED
28    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-119        38    NOT SELECTED
29    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-052        37    NOT SELECTED
30    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-006        35    NOT SELECTED
31    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-036        35    NOT SELECTED
32    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-086        35    NOT SELECTED
33    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-089        35    NOT SELECTED
34    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-091        35    NOT SELECTED
35    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-003        33    NOT SELECTED
36    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-002        30    NOT SELECTED
37    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-039        28    NOT SELECTED
38    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-007        25    NOT SELECTED
39    PSRS-TANTRADE-SME DEV OFF-113        25    NOT SELECTED


PROMOTIONAL SERVICES OFFICER II                
EMPLOYER: TANTRADE                
           
Na. EXAM NUMBER                                        MARKS  REMARKS
1    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-291        80    SELECTED
2    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-183        78    SELECTED
3    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-400        77    SELECTED
4    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-176        75    SELECTED
5    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-232        75    SELECTED
6    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-504        72    SELECTED
7    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-217        70    SELECTED
8    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-068        68    SELECTED
9    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-050        65    SELECTED
10    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-474        65    SELECTED
11    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-418        64    SELECTED
12    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-477        62    SELECTED
13    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-154        60    SELECTED
14    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-226        60    SELECTED
15    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-246        60    SELECTED
16    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-298        60    SELECTED
17    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-315        60    SELECTED
18    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-494        60    SELECTED
19    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-173        58    NOT SELECTED
20    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-353        58    NOT SELECTED
21    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-310        56    NOT SELECTED
22    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-410        56    NOT SELECTED
23    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-115        55    NOT SELECTED
24    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-120        55    NOT SELECTED
25    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-447        55    NOT SELECTED
26    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-239        52    NOT SELECTED
27    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-278        52    NOT SELECTED
28    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-280        52    NOT SELECTED
29    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-156        50    NOT SELECTED
30    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-206        50    NOT SELECTED
31    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-210        50    NOT SELECTED
32    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-308        50    NOT SELECTED
33    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-336        50    NOT SELECTED
34    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-416        50    NOT SELECTED
35    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-454        50    NOT SELECTED
36    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-384        49    NOT SELECTED
37    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-356        48    NOT SELECTED
38    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-098        47    NOT SELECTED
39    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-327        47    NOT SELECTED
40    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-395        46    NOT SELECTED
41    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-473        46    NOT SELECTED
42    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-077        45    NOT SELECTED
43    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-125        45    NOT SELECTED
44    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-167        45    NOT SELECTED
45    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-233        45    NOT SELECTED
46    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-260        45    NOT SELECTED
47    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-375        45    NOT SELECTED
48    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-481        45    NOT SELECTED
49    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-230        44    NOT SELECTED
50    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-468        43    NOT SELECTED
51    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-094        42    NOT SELECTED
52    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-141        42    NOT SELECTED
53    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-366        42    NOT SELECTED
54    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-508        42    NOT SELECTED
55    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-091        41    NOT SELECTED
56    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-332        41    NOT SELECTED
57    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-357        41    NOT SELECTED
58    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-422        41    NOT SELECTED
59    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-002        40    NOT SELECTED
60    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-008        40    NOT SELECTED
61    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-010        40    NOT SELECTED
62    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-038        40    NOT SELECTED
63    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-255        40    NOT SELECTED
64    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-274        40    NOT SELECTED
65    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-294        40    NOT SELECTED
66    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-309        40    NOT SELECTED
67    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-445        40    NOT SELECTED
68    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-458        40    NOT SELECTED
69    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-493        40    NOT SELECTED
70    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-383        39    NOT SELECTED
71    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-446        39    NOT SELECTED
72    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-177        38    NOT SELECTED
73    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-436        38    NOT SELECTED
74    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-392        37    NOT SELECTED
75    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-505        37    NOT SELECTED
76    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-381        36    NOT SELECTED
77    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-027        35    NOT SELECTED
78    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-138        35    NOT SELECTED
79    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-325        35    NOT SELECTED
80    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-403        35    NOT SELECTED
81    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-409        35    NOT SELECTED
82    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-476        35    NOT SELECTED
83    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-483        35    NOT SELECTED
84    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-075        34    NOT SELECTED
85    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-123        34    NOT SELECTED
86    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-335        34    NOT SELECTED
87    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-387        34    NOT SELECTED
88    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-486        34    NOT SELECTED
89    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-119        33    NOT SELECTED
90    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-359        33    NOT SELECTED
91    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-363        33    NOT SELECTED
92    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-374        33    NOT SELECTED
93    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-380        33    NOT SELECTED
94    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-042        32    NOT SELECTED
95    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-056        32    NOT SELECTED
96    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-078        32    NOT SELECTED
97    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-152        32    NOT SELECTED
98    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-193        32    NOT SELECTED
99    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-204        32    NOT SELECTED
100    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-261        32    NOT SELECTED
101    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-292        32    NOT SELECTED
102    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-394        32    NOT SELECTED
103    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-186        31    NOT SELECTED
104    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-202        31    NOT SELECTED
105    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-087        30    NOT SELECTED
106    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-130        30    NOT SELECTED
107    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-143        30    NOT SELECTED
108    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-209        30    NOT SELECTED
109    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-218        30    NOT SELECTED
110    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-305        30    NOT SELECTED
111    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-451        30    NOT SELECTED
112    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-241        28    NOT SELECTED
113    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-279        28    NOT SELECTED
114    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-303        28    NOT SELECTED
115    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-344        28    NOT SELECTED
116    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-433        28    NOT SELECTED
117    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-498        28    NOT SELECTED
118    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-235        27    NOT SELECTED
119    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-443        27    NOT SELECTED
120    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-116        26    NOT SELECTED
121    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-128        26    NOT SELECTED
122    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-300        26    NOT SELECTED
123    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-401        26    NOT SELECTED
124    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-187        25    NOT SELECTED
125    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-200        25    NOT SELECTED
126    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-269        25    NOT SELECTED
127    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-420        25    NOT SELECTED
128    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-065        24    NOT SELECTED
129    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-121        24    NOT SELECTED
130    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-205        24    NOT SELECTED
131    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-386        24    NOT SELECTED
132    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-427        23    NOT SELECTED
133    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-021        22    NOT SELECTED
134    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-041        22    NOT SELECTED
135    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-144        22    NOT SELECTED
136    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-256        22    NOT SELECTED
137    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-263        22    NOT SELECTED
138    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-373        22    NOT SELECTED
139    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-052        21    NOT SELECTED
140    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-388        21    NOT SELECTED
141    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-449        21    NOT SELECTED
142    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-250        20    NOT SELECTED
143    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-046        19    NOT SELECTED
144    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-207        18    NOT SELECTED
145    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-053        16    NOT SELECTED
146    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-399        15    NOT SELECTED
147    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-029        14    NOT SELECTED
148    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-122        14    NOT SELECTED
149    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-320        14    NOT SELECTED
150    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-022        13    NOT SELECTED
151    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-070        13    NOT SELECTED
152    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-501        10    NOT SELECTED
153    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-334        5    NOT SELECTED
154    PSRS-TANTRADE-PROMO SERV OFF-107        4    NOT SELECTED


LIST OF APPLICANTS FOR THE POST OF BRANDING OFFICER II                
EMPLOYER:TANZANIA TRADE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (Tan Trade)                
                
Na. EXAM NUMBER                                           SCORE    REMARKS
1    PSRS-TANTRADE-BRANDING OFFICER-046        65       SELECTED
2    PSRS-TANTRADE-BRANDING OFFICER-041        57       SELECTED
3    PSRS-TANTRADE-BRANDING OFFICER-090        52       SELECTED
4    PSRS-TANTRADE-BRANDING OFFICER-044        51       SELECTED
5    PSRS-TANTRADE-BRANDING OFFICER-079        51       SELECTED
6    PSRS-TANTRADE-BRANDING OFFICER-096        50       SELECTED
7    PSRS-TANTRADE-BRANDING OFFICER-118        41       NOT SELECTED
8    PSRS-TANTRADE-BRANDING OFFICER-077        32       NOT SELECTED
9    PSRS-TANTRADE-BRANDING OFFICER-006        30       NOT SELECTED
10    PSRS-TANTRADE-BRANDING OFFICER-038      30       NOT SELECTED
11    PSRS-TANTRADE-BRANDING OFFICER-058      29       NOT SELECTED
12    PSRS-TANTRADE-BRANDING OFFICER-030      20.5    NOT SELECTED
13    PSRS-TANTRADE-BRANDING OFFICER-080      18       NOT SELECTED


TRADE INFORMATION  OFFICER II                
EMPLOYER: TAN TRADE
                
Na.    EXNAMINATION NO                        SCORE   REMARKS
1    PSRS-TANTRADE-INFO OFFICER-038        59    SELECTED
2    PSRS-TANTRADE-INFO OFFICER-053        52    SELECTED
3    PSRS-TANTRADE-INFO OFFICER-072        52    SELECTED
4    PSRS-TANTRADE-INFO OFFICER-047        52    SELECTED
5    PSRS-TANTRADE-INFO OFFICER-058        52    SELECTED
6    PSRS-TANTRADE-INFO OFFICER-057        51    SELECTED
7    PSRS-TANTRADE-INFO OFFICER-064        51    SELECTED
8    PSRS-TANTRADE-INFO OFFICER-011        52    SELECTED
9    PSRS-TANTRADE-INFO OFFICER-028        50    SELECTED
10    PSRS-TANTRADE-INFO OFFICER-062        28.00    NOT SELECTED
11    PSRS-TANTRADE-INFO OFFICER-003        23.00    NOT SELECTED


KADA: MARKET RESEARCH OFFICER II                
EMPLOYER: TANTRADE
              
Na.    EXAMINATION NUMBER                SCORE    REMARKS
1    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 035        57    SELECTED
2    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 016        56    SELECTED
3    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 018        55    SELECTED
4    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 134        55    SELECTED
5    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 030        54    SELECTED
6    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 297        53    SELECTED
7    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 050        50    SELECTED
8    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 064        50    SELECTED
9    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 200        50    SELECTED
10    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 164        48    NOT SELECTED
11    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 227        48    NOT SELECTED
12    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 070        45    NOT SELECTED
13    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 125        45    NOT SELECTED
14    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 171        45    NOT SELECTED
15    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 174        45    NOT SELECTED
16    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 115        43    NOT SELECTED
17    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 287        42    NOT SELECTED
18    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 305        42    NOT SELECTED
19    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 186        41    NOT SELECTED
20    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 051        40    NOT SELECTED
21    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 055        40    NOT SELECTED
22    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 087        40    NOT SELECTED
23    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 090        40    NOT SELECTED
24    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 092        40    NOT SELECTED
25    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 100        40    NOT SELECTED
26    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 127        40    NOT SELECTED
27    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 196        40    NOT SELECTED
28    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 252        40    NOT SELECTED
29    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 290        40    NOT SELECTED
30    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 049        40    NOT SELECTED
31    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 082        40    NOT SELECTED
32    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 183        37    NOT SELECTED
33    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 044        35    NOT SELECTED
34    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 068        35    NOT SELECTED
35    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 083        35    NOT SELECTED
36    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 091        35    NOT SELECTED
37    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 116        35    NOT SELECTED
38    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 244        35    NOT SELECTED
39    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 245        35    NOT SELECTED
40    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 249        35    NOT SELECTED
41    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 286        35    NOT SELECTED
42    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 021        35    NOT SELECTED
43    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 185        35    NOT SELECTED
44    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 203        35    NOT SELECTED
45    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 140        34    NOT SELECTED
46    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 242        33    NOT SELECTED
47    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 152        32    NOT SELECTED
48    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 283        32    NOT SELECTED
49    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 015        32    NOT SELECTED
50    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 114        30    NOT SELECTED
51    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 267        30    NOT SELECTED
52    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 004        30    NOT SELECTED
53    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 013        30    NOT SELECTED
54    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 042        30    NOT SELECTED
55    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 045        30    NOT SELECTED
56    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 056        30    NOT SELECTED
57    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 072        30    NOT SELECTED
58    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 098        30    NOT SELECTED
59    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 155        30    NOT SELECTED
60    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 214        30    NOT SELECTED
61    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 274        30    NOT SELECTED
62    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 276        30    NOT SELECTED
63    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 028        30    NOT SELECTED
64    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 147        30    NOT SELECTED
65    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 037        29    NOT SELECTED
66    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 301        29    NOT SELECTED
67    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 005        27    NOT SELECTED
68    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 067        27    NOT SELECTED
69    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 296        27    NOT SELECTED
70    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 168        27    NOT SELECTED
71    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 228        26    NOT SELECTED
72    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 023        25    NOT SELECTED
73    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 024        25    NOT SELECTED
74    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 039        25    NOT SELECTED
75    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 048        25    NOT SELECTED
76    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 062        25    NOT SELECTED
77    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 065        25    NOT SELECTED
78    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 080        25    NOT SELECTED
79    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 094        25    NOT SELECTED
80    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 112        25    NOT SELECTED
81    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 133        25    NOT SELECTED
82    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 236        25    NOT SELECTED
83    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 272        25    NOT SELECTED
84    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 124        25    NOT SELECTED
85    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 184        25    NOT SELECTED
86    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 012        24    NOT SELECTED
87    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 126        24    NOT SELECTED
88    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 022        23    NOT SELECTED
89    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 038        22    NOT SELECTED
90    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 101        20    NOT SELECTED
91    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 146        20    NOT SELECTED
92    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 208        20    NOT SELECTED
93    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 221        20    NOT SELECTED
94    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 243        20    NOT SELECTED
95    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 304        20    NOT SELECTED
96    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 212        20    NOT SELECTED
97    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 041        19    NOT SELECTED
98    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 181        18    NOT SELECTED
99    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 093        17    NOT SELECTED
100    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 136        17    NOT SELECTED
101    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 206        17    NOT SELECTED
102    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 219        17    NOT SELECTED
103    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 241        17    NOT SELECTED
104    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 143        17    NOT SELECTED
105    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 209        17    NOT SELECTED
106    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 036        15    NOT SELECTED
107    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 043        15    NOT SELECTED
108    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 063        15    NOT SELECTED
109    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 096        15    NOT SELECTED
110    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 170        15    NOT SELECTED
111    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 178        15    NOT SELECTED
112    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 222        15    NOT SELECTED
113    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 280        15    NOT SELECTED
114    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 011        15    NOT SELECTED
115    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 233        15    NOT SELECTED
116    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 262        15    NOT SELECTED
117    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 271        15    NOT SELECTED
118    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 071        14    NOT SELECTED
119    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 300        14    NOT SELECTED
120    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 161        13    NOT SELECTED
121    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 210        12    NOT SELECTED
122    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 255        12    NOT SELECTED
123    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 029        10    NOT SELECTED
124    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 046        10    NOT SELECTED
125    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 165        10    NOT SELECTED
126    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 192        10    NOT SELECTED
127    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 198        10    NOT SELECTED
128    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 257        10    NOT SELECTED
129    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 237        9    NOT SELECTED
130    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 109        7    NOT SELECTED
131    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 278        6    NOT SELECTED
132    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 217        5    NOT SELECTED
133    TANTRADE MARK RES OFF II 173        5    NOT SELECTED


KADA:ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT I (1 POST)                
EMPLOYER:UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM (UDSM)
                
Na.  EXAMINATION NUMBER   SCORES   REMARKS
1    ASS.AC-SA-UDSM-0029        53    SELECTED
2    ASS.AC-SA-UDSM-0004        51    SELECTED
3    ASS.AC-SA-UDSM-0018        51    SELECTED
4    ASS.AC-SA-UDSM-0010        51    SELECTED
5    ASS.AC-SA-UDSM-0030        50    SELECTED
6    ASS.AC-SA-UDSM-0032        50    SELECTED
7    ASS.AC-SA-UDSM-0002        50    SELECTED
8    ASS.AC-SA-UDSM-0007        50    SELECTED
9    ASS.AC-SA-UDSM-0017        50    SELECTED
10    ASS.AC-SA-UDSM-0011        50    SELECTED
11    ASS.AC-SA-UDSM-0005        21    NOT SELECTED
12    ASS.AC-SA-UDSM-0020        17    NOT SELECTED
13    ASS.AC-SA-UDSM-0023        17    NOT SELECTED
14    ASS.AC-SA-UDSM-0026        15    NOT SELECTED
15    ASS.AC-SA-UDSM-0027        15    NOT SELECTED


WAHUDUMU MIFUGO LIVESTOCK ATTENDANTS                
EMPLOYER: WIZARA YA MAENDELEO YA MIFUGO NA UVUVI                
               
Na  EXAM NUMBER                      SCORE  REMARKS
1    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-008        55    SELECTED
2    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-009        53    SELECTED
3    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-045        52    SELECTED
4    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-002        51    SELECTED
5    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-004        51    SELECTED
6    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-022        51    SELECTED
7    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-003        50    SELECTED
8    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-007        50    SELECTED
9    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-012        50    SELECTED
10    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-017        50    SELECTED
11    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-018        50    SELECTED
12    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-046        50    SELECTED
13    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-013        36    NOT SELECTED
14    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-015        34    NOT SELECTED
15    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-024        34    NOT SELECTED
16    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-035        30    NOT SELECTED
17    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-043        26    NOT SELECTED
18    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-016        25    NOT SELECTED
19    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-041        23    NOT SELECTED
20    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-042        22    NOT SELECTED
21    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-033        22    NOT SELECTED
22    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-006        20    NOT SELECTED
23    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-036        18    NOT SELECTED
24    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-040        18    NOT SELECTED
25    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-011        16    NOT SELECTED
26    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-019        15    NOT SELECTED
27    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-034        15    NOT SELECTED
28    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-001        8    NOT SELECTED
29    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-026        5    NOT SELECTED
30    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-010        5    NOT SELECTED
31    PSRS-LIVESTOCK ATT-031        5    NOT SELECTED

THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA

PRESIDENT’S OFFICE
                                                

PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT

Ref. Na EA.7/96/01/H/48 26th March, 2015
VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT
On behalf of Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture Food Security and
Cooperatives, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Public
Service Recruitment Secretariat invites qualified Tanzanians to fill 3 vacant posts in
the above Public Institution.
NB: GENERAL CONDITIONS
i. All applicants must be Citizens of Tanzania.
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. 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.
v. FORM IV AND FORM VI RESULTS SLIPS ARE STRICTLY NOT ACCEPTED
vi. Testimonials, Partial transcripts and results slips will not be accepted.
vii. Presentation of forged academic certificates and other information in the CV will
necessitate to legal action
viii. Applicants currently employed in the public service should route their application letters
through their respective employers.
ix. Applicants who have/were retired from the Public Service for whatever reason should
not apply.
x. Applicants should indicate three reputable referees with their reliable contacts.
xi. Certificates from foreign examination bodies for ordinary or advanced level
education should be certified by The National Examination Council of Tanzania
(NECTA)
xii. Certificates from foreign Universities should be verified by The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU)
xiii. Deadline for application is 9th April, 2015 at 3:30 p.m.
xiv. Applicants with special needs/case (disability) are encouraged to apply and are supposed to indicate in their application letter.
xv. Women are highly encouraged to apply
xvi. Only short listed candidates will be informed on a date for interview
xvii. Application letters should be written in Swahili or English
xviii. Maombi yote yatumwe kwenye mfumo wa kielektroniki wa Ajira (Recruitment Portal) kupitia anuani ifuatayo;
http://portal.ajira.go.tz/


(Anuani hii pia inapatikana kwenye tovuti ya Sektretarieti ya ajira kwa kuingia sehemu iliyoandikwa ‘Recruitment Portal’)
xix. MUHIMU: KUMBUKA KUWEKA (ATTACH) BARUA YAKO YA MAOMBI KWENYE SEHEMU YA ‘OTHER ATTACHEMENTS’

1.0 CEREALS AND OTHER PRODUCE BOARD OF TANZANIA (CPB)
The Cereals and Other Produce Board of Tanzania (CPB) was established by the
Cereals and Other Produce Act Number 19 of 2009. CPB has been established to
Carry out commercial activities and such other activities as are necessary,
Advantageous or proper for the development of the cereals and other produce Industry
1.2 DIRECTOR GENERAL – 1 POST
1.3 REPORTS TO: THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
1.4 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Spearheading implementation of the policies formulated by the Board of Directors through planning, organizing, co-ordinating and overall management of the Board’s operations;
 Chief Executive Officer of the Cereals and Other Produce Board;
 Chief spokesperson of the Cereals and Other Produce Board.
 Implementing organizational and management policies, which will guide efficient running of the organization and ensuring that targets are achieved and that, the Board operates within the approved limits of its expenditure budget;
 Implementing all functions stipulated in the Establishment Act of the Board and as may be amended from time to time;
 Formulating organizational and management policies, which will guide efficient running of the Board via the machinery of the Board of Directors;
 Drawing up and implementing after approval by the Board of Directors of such corporate and other plans necessary to achieve the Board’s aims and objectives;
 Ensuring availability of periodic financial report as required by the financial regulations of the Board;
 Ensuring that the Board of Directors’ resolutions are implemented and report on success or failure to achieve the organization’s goals;
 Supervising the Heads of Department in order to ensure effective and efficient day-to-day administration and to monitor the responsibilities delegated to them;
 Advising the Government on all issues related to the cereals and other produce industry;
 Representing the Board at local and international cereals and other produce fora;
 Co-ordinating or promoting the participation or integration of the Tanzania cereals and other produce industry in the regional and global cereals and other produce industry;
 Establishing and maintaining relations with both local and international stakeholders of the cereals and other produce industry;
 Co-ordinating all local stakeholders of the cereals and other produce industry;
 Advising the respective authorities on the development of small holders in the cereals and other produce industry;
 Promoting large-scale development of farms, contract farming, processing and packaging facilities in the Tanzania cereals and other produce industry;
 Performing any other duties that may be assigned by the Board of Directors.
1.5 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree either in Agriculture, Agricultural Economics, Business Administration or Economics from a recognized institution. A PhD holder has an added advantage;
 Clear understanding of Tanzania and global economy;
 Outstanding knowledge of both local and international cereals and other produce industry.
 At least twelve (12) years of proven experience in a senior managerial position in a reputable organization, eight (8) of which in the cereals and other produce or related industry.
1.6 REMUNERATION
SALARY SCALE: CPBSS 12
1.7 MODE OF EMPLOYMENT
The Director General shall be employed under five years contract eligible for renewable subject to satisfactory performance.

2.0 TANZANIA COFFEE BOARD (TCB)
Tanzania Coffee Board is a Government body established by the Tanzania Coffee Industry Act. No.23 of 2001.Its Main Function is to regulate the Coffee Industry in Tanzania and advice the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania on all matters related to the growing, processing and marketing of coffee within and outside the country.
2.1 DIRECTOR GENERAL – 1 POST
2.2 REPORT: Reports to the Board of Directors and approval of the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry responsible for Agriculture.
2.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 As Chief Executive Officer of the Board, acts as Accounting Officer and spoken person of the Board.
 Advise the Board of Directors on formulation of policies and their implementations.
 Prepare plans and annual budgets for approval of the Board of Directors and submission to the Ministry responsible for Agriculture.
 Ensure availability of Management tools dully approval by the Treasury Registrar, Scheme of Service, Staff Regulations, Financial Regulations and Accounting Manuals for proper running of the Board.
 Establish adequate rules, procedures and regulations necessary for effective control and Management of Board’s Assets, liabilities and finances.
 Maintain harmonious contact and relations with the government, Board and Coffee Stakeholders for purpose of developing the coffee industry.
 Secretary to the Board of Directors, prepare Board Meetings and ensure implementation of the Board of Directors resolutions.
 Supervises and monitor work performance of Head of Departments in keeping up with their individual annual performance contracts.
 Prepare periodical financial and operational reports for submission to the Board of Directors and the Ministry responsible for Agriculture.
 Any other duties as may be assigned by the Board of Directors.
2.4 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree either in Economics, Law, Agricultural Economics, Engineering, Business Administration or Commerce from a recognized University/Institution. Should have 12 years relevant working experience, 5 of which must be at Senior Managerial level in the public service or reputable private organization with both local and international coffee industry knowledge.
2.5 REMUNERATION
Coffee Board Scale 10
2.6 MODE OF EMPLOYMENT
The Director General shall be employed on contract terms not exceeding 5 years but renewable based on merit and performance.

3.0 TANZANIA EMPLOYMENT SERVICES AGENCY (TaESA)
The Tanzania Employment Services Agency (TaESA) was restablished under the Executive Agencies Act No. 30 of 1097 (as revised by CAP 245) and came into effect on 1st July, 2008 as indicated in General Notice (GN) No. 189 of 2008.
The overall objective of TaESA is to provide employment Services in the reach of Labour Market Information and Placement Services for both private and public sectors.
3.1 CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
3.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Undertake overall management , development of internal policies and operational matters of the Agency;
 Advise the Ministry on policy matters for managing employment services in Tanzania;
 Facilitate the Agency to undertake its core business of job search workshops, job matching, cross border placement services, provision of labour market information and others as specified in the framework document;
 Prepare, and implement Strategic and Business plans and associated budgets;
 Ensure delivery of Agency services to customers are on schedule and to the expected standards;
 Prepare Annual Reports and Audited Financial Statements in accordance with Public Finance Act and regulations for submission to the Permanent Secretary and the Minister for Labour and Employment;
 Mobilize and negotiate for resources;
 Appoint and manage effectively employees of the Agency in accordance with the executive Agencies Act No. of 1997, the Public Service Act No. 8 of 2002 and their respective regulations;
 Work closely with other key stakeholders to ensure successful delivery of Agency’s services.
3.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s degree from a recognized university either in labour economics, economics, education (skill development), labour statistics, manpower planning or labour market related studies;
 A minimum of ten (10) years working and demonstrable experience in employment and labour market planning, analysis, formulation, researches, employment services, active labour market programmes, and labour market information,(5) of which must be at Senior Managerial position;
 A proven knowledge and applications of international labour and employment standards (conventions and recommendations), regional and international agreements related to employment services.
3.4 MODE OF EMPLOYMENT
The Chief Executive shall hold office for a term not exceeding five years or as may be specified in the instrument of appointment, he shall directly accountable to the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Youth Development.

X.M. DAUDI
Secretary
Public Service Recruitment Secretariat

THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA
PRESIDENT’S OFFICE



PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT
Ref. Na EA.7/96/01/H/42 10th March, 2015


VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT
On behalf of the Agricultural Seed Agency (ASA), Business Registrations And Licensing Agency (BRELA), The Government Procurement Services Agency (GPSA), Geological Survey Of Tanzania (GST), Government Chemist Laboratory Agency (GCLA), The Mwalimu Nyerere Memorial Academy (MNMA), University Of Dar es Salaam (UDSM), The Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA) and The Tanzania Engineering, Manufacturing Design Organization (TEMDO), Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA) Tanzania Airports Authority (TAA), Water Development And Management Institute (WDMI), College Of African Wildlife Management (MWEKA), Tanzania Public Service College (TPSC), Development Of Educational Management (ADEM), The Tanzania Electrical, Mechanical and Electronics Services Agency (TEMESA), Public Service Recruitment Secretariat invites qualified Tanzanians to fill 44 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 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 26th March, 2015
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
xx. Maombi yote yatumwe kwenye mfumo wa kielektroniki wa Ajira (Recruitment Portal) kupitia anuani ifuatayo;
http://portal.ajira.go.tz/
(Anuani hii pia inapatikana kwenye tovuti ya Sektretarieti ya ajira kwa kuingia sehemu iliyoandikwa ‘Recruitment Portal’)
xxi. MUHIMU: KUMBUKA KUWEKA (ATTACH) BARUA YAKO YA MAOMBI KWENYE SEHEMU YA ‘OTHER ATTACHEMENTS’

1.0 AGRICULTURAL SEED AGENCY (ASA)

Agricultural Seed Agency (ASA) is a semi autonomous body within the Ministry of Agriculture Food Security and Cooperatives established under the Executive Agencies Act. No. 1997 AS EMENDED IN 2009. The key functions of the Agency include production, processing and marketing of improved agricultural seeds.
ASA is looking for a dynamic, innovative and visionary Tanzanian who has the technical and managerial competence required to provide the type of strong leadership and efficient management that ASA requires.
1.1 BUSINESS SUPPORT MANAGER -1 POST(RE- ADVERTISED)
1.1.1 REPORTS TO: Chief Executive
1.1.2 DUTY STATION: Head Office, Morogoro

1.1.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES
• Advice the Chief Executive in all matters related to administration of Finance and Human Resources as well as management of assets.
• Establishment and maintain effective and efficient finance management system.
• Coordinate and supervise all activities related to Human resources which include recruitment, wage and salary administration, staff benefit and training.
• Prepare annual budgets, budget reviews and revenue and expenditure reports.
• Coordinate and supervise all activities related to materials management.
• Prepare quarterly and annual financial report.
• Any other related duties as may be assigned to by the Chief Executive.

1.1.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Master’s Degree either in Finance,Accounting or Commerce
• Working experience of not less than twelve (12) years in relevant field of which five years in senior positions.

1.1.5 REMUNERATION
• Attractive remuneration package will be offered to the successful candidate based on ASA salary scale ASASS 10.
2.0 BUSINESS REGISTRATIONS AND LICENSING AGENCY (BRELA)

BRELA is a semi-autonomous Executive Agency under the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MIT). It was established under the Government Executive Agency Act No. 30 of 1997, and formally launched on the 3rd December, 1999. The main responsibility of the Agency is to ensure that businesses operate in accordance with the laid down regulations and sound commercial principles. Its key functions are registration of companies, both local and foreign; registration of Business Names; registration of Trade and Service Marks; Granting of patents and issuing of industrial licensing.

2.1 BUSINESS SUPPORT MANAGER - 1 POST

2.1.1 JOB SUMMARY
Oversee the effectiveness and efficiency of Financial, Panning, Human Resource Management and Administrative policies; to ensure that the Agency fulfils its statutory obligations and customer satisfaction.
2.1.1 REPORT TO

Chief Executive Officer
2.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Responsible for the planning, co-ordination and control of all financial, accounting, insurance, Human Resource and Administration activities of the Agency.
• Coordinating all strategic issues pertaining to BRELA and ensures compliance of all regulations in relation to BRELA’s rights and obligations are provided to management in a timely manner.
• Operationalize the approved budget and utilize the same within the procedures set out in the financial regulations and institutes expenditure control mechanisms, including budgetary controls, authority levels, limits and counterchecks and provides feedback.
• Coordinating the preparation of long term, short term and annual corporate plans, and implementation timeframes, action plans, identifies resource requirements and persons responsible and contributes to the preparation of the corporate strategic plan.
• Design, develop, review and oversee the implementation of policies and strategies of management, acquisition and use of fixed assets, inventories, debtors, cash resources, purchases and supplies of goods and services, donor assistance and funding, pricing of goods and services and accounting policies.
• Work closely with other management staff to determine and implement specific technical needs and priorities of the Agency.
• Overseeing information technology (IT) departments, support managers are responsible for maintaining a dynamic knowledge base of technical solutions to ensure that the Agency’s IT infrastructure is as efficient and productive as possible.
• Carry out annual appraisal of performance and oversees staff development within the entire Agency and ensures their contribution towards achieving organizational objectives and goals.
• Responsible for supervision and preparation of strategic plan for the agency.
• Provide regular report highlighting resourcing status, performance management status, engaging action plans and other HR action items.
• Develop individual objectives/targets and performance standards as part of the individual performance agreement.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned from time to time.

2.1.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor Degree either in Business Administration, Commerce or Human Resource Management with Master’s in Business Administration or Master’s in Public Administration and working experience of at least 10 years in the relevant field in a reputable institution. Possession of computer application skills is a must.

2.1.4 KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
• Being organized and proactive, with a strong attention to detail, able to process complex information and produce ad-hoc reports, papers and presentations to support efficient and informed decision making.
• Exceptional interpersonal skills and proven ability to work to tight timescales and under pressure and to deal with competing priorities
• High level of analytic skills, bringing innovation to problem solving, complimented with a good customer instinct/understanding
• Excellent written and oral communication skills, with confidence to present complex ideas to senior stakeholder
• High level of personal drive and self-motivation and Strategic thinker
• Excellent office computer skills.
• Strong people/relationship skills with a customer service and teamwork orientation.
2.1.5 INDUSTRIAL LICENSING MANAGER - 1 POST
2.1.6 JOB SUMMARY

Administer and supervise Licensing processes as per the National Industries (Licensing and Registration) Act.
2.1.7 REPORT TO

Chief Executive Officer
2.1.8 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Directing and supervising all operations in the division of Industrial licensing and to ensure that all tasks are carried out effectively and efficiently
• Receiving applications for Industrial License, checking validity of the documents and prepares Board Paper to be tabled before the Industrial Licensing Board Meeting.
• Conduct assessment of the application for Industrial license.
• Prepare recommendations on all applications and presents them to the industrial licensing Board for decision making.
• Call and organize the Industrial licensing Board meetings, also to take minutes and documents deliberations of the Board.
• Notify all applicants for Industrial License the outcome of the Board meeting.
• Issuing Certificate of Registrations which have been approved by the Industrial Incising Board.
• Cancelling an Industrial License for failure of implementation of project and make report available to the Industrial Licensing Board.
• Conduct open performance review and appraisal of subordinates and gives feedback.
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned.
2.1.9 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor Degree in Economics or equivalent with Master’s in Business Administration and working experience of at least 10 years in the relevant field, and must be computer literate.
2.1.10 KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
• Leadership and management skills in Business judgment, Negotiation experience / skills, Technical and analytical capabilities
• Ability to evaluate and appraisal of different projects
• Capable of directly managing, shaping and transacting high value, technology based opportunities.
• Demonstrated capability to manage multiple high-value collaborations with leading executives of public and private companies as well as internationally recognized innovators.
• High level of analytic skills, bringing innovation to problem solving, complimented with a good customer instinct/understanding.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills, with confidence to present complex ideas to senior stakeholder.
• High level of personal drive and self-motivation and Strategic thinker
• Excellent office computer skills.
3.0 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 7

3.1 REGIONAL MANAGER - 8 POSTS
3.1.1 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.

3.1.2 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.

3.1.3 SALARY SCALE: GPSA 9

4.0 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF TANZANIA (GST)

The Geological Survey of Tanzania was established as a Government Executive Agency in October 2005 under The Executive Agency Act No. 30, [CAP 245] of 1997, establishment order, 2005, Government notice no: 418 published on 9/12/2005. 8
4.1 PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTANT I - 1-POST
4.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

•Preparing and submitting revenue reports to the Supervisor.
• Reviewing and proposing amendments to accounting manuals, standards, financial policies and procedures.
• Providing technical guidance and training to subordinates.
• Monitoring the implementation of corporate plan and medium-term expenditure budget.
• Checking and supervising accounting operations.
• Drafting response to management letters.
• Verifying the updated payroll and datasheet.
• Supervising the preparation of quarterly, semi-annual and annual financial reports.
• Providing technical inputs on amendments to accounting manuals, standards, financial policies and procedures.
• Supervising the preparation of final accounts and statements in accordance with accepted accounting principles.
• Supervising the training to subordinates in the unit.
• Supervising the implementation of corporate plan and medium-term expenditure budget.
• Supervising accounting operations.
• Reviewing the response to management letters.
• Supervising the preparation of GST’s annual budget.
• Maintaining audit queries register and preparing progress report.
• Following up on unpaid bills to GST.
• Assisting the Finance and Accounts Manager in providing financial information as required.
• Directing Accounts staff in collecting, classifying, recording and reconciling of accounting data.
• Providing for an adequate external auditor that will safeguard the assets of the Agency, checking the accuracy and reliability of accounting data and encouraging adherence to prescribing accounting policies.
• Conducting Open Performance Review and Appraisal (OPRAS) of subordinates and giving feedback.
• Performing any other official duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor.
4.1.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

• Master’s Degree or equivalent with a first degree majoring in Accountancy from a recognized institution; CPA (T) or equivalent and, with at least nine (9) years work experience in the relevant field. Must be computer literate and application skills in various accounting computer packages is a must.
REMUNERATION: Salary Scale Attractive/ Competitive Salary
5.0 GOVERNMENT CHEMIST LABORATORY AGENCY (GCLA)

The Government Chemist Laboratory Agency is an Executive Agency under the
Ministry of Health and Social Welfare. The Laboratory is Mandated in carrying out laboratory testing, Industrial and natural products samples; Forensic and
Toxicological samples; regulate and control Human DNA (regulations) Act. Cap
182. The Agency is expected to better meet the requirements of its customers and public in general.
5.1 MANAGER MICROBIOLOGY ANALYSIS SECTION – 1 POST(RE-ADVERTIZED)
5.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Facilitate microbiological examination of food, drugs, water, Chemicals products and their raw materials;
• Develop and conduct sampling and testing programs, including Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality Control (QC) for the section;
• Review, and Validate analytical methods
• Prepare technical reports of tested samples and provision of consultancy services;
• Prepare monthly, quarterly, and annual summary of samples analyzed;
• Initiate and conduct researches relevant to the section;
• Represent the GCLA in court proceedings; and
• Develop and implement section plans and budgets.

5.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Master’s Degree either in Chemistry, Biochemical Engineering, Food Science and Technology, Microbiology, Biochemistry or Biotechnology, from recognized higher learning institutions.
• Must possess Computer literacy.
• Should have at least nine (9) years working experience in related field, two (2) of which in a senior position.

5.1.3 SALARY SCALE: GCS 10.1

5.1.4 MANAGER MARKETING, CUSTOMER CARE AND PUBLIC OUTREACH SERVICES SECTION– 1 POST(RE-ADVERTIZED)
5.1.5 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Explore new markets and advise the management;
• Develop and formulate policy and strategies to promote business;
• Conduct market research to identify market shares;
• Implement marketing policy and evaluate the results; and to monitor business trends in the existing markets
• Supervise junior staff.
• Develop and implement the use of public relations material such as pamphlets, brochures, and posters for promoting the centre’s various programmes and image;
• Advice and supervise in the establishments of efficient reception system and procedures.
• Coordinate and facilitate information flow to respective customers and
• Liaise with organizers of stakeholders meetings

5.1.6 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Master’s Degree either in Marketing or Public Relations.
• Must possess Computer literacy.
• Should have at least nine (9) years working experience in related field, two (2) of which in a senior position.

5.1.7 SALARY SCALE: GCS 10.1

5.1.8 HEAD PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT UNIT – 1 POST(RE-ADVERTIZED)
5.1.9 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Supervise preparation of procurement plan, budget and control of resources of the procuring entity;
• Ensure conformity with public procurement act, its regulations and guidelines;
• Evaluate all procurement requirements and recommends the most appropriate procurement procedure;
• Plan and control inventories;
• Supervise disposal of surplus assets and obsolete stock;
• Storekeeping;
• Maintain and monitor stocks; and
• Support the functioning of the tender board

5.1.10 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Master’s Degree either in Procurement and Logistics Management, Procurement and Supplies Management or Procurement and Supply Chain Management.
• Must be a Certified Procurement and Supplies Professional (CPSP).
• Must possess Computer literacy.
• Must be registered by Procurement and Supplies Professionals and Technicians Board (PSPTB).
• Should have at least nine (9) years working experience in related field, two (2) of which in a senior position.

5.1.11 SALARY SCALE: GCS 10.1

6.0 THE MWALIMU NYERERE MEMORIAL ACADEMY- (MNMA)

The Mwalimu Nyerere Memorial Academy is a higher learning institution under the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training. The Academy was established by Act of Parliament No. 06 of 2005 to provide training, research and consultancy services.
6.1 ASSISTANT LECTURER GEOGRAPHY- 1 POST
6.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Teach Certificates ,Diploma and Bachelor’s Degree
• Conduct Seminars, research and case studies
• Produce Teaching materials manuals
• Supervise Student’s Projects
• Undertake Consultancy and Community services
• Counsel and guide students in academic matters
• Carry out any other duties as may be assigned by supervisor

6.1.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE.

Master’s Degree in Geography and must have a GPA of 3.5 or above of undergraduate studies.

6.1.3 REMUNERATION.
• Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution’s Salary Scale: PHTS 2.1

6.2 LECTURER ECONOMICS- 1 POST
6.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Teach up to NTA Level 8 for holders of Bachelors Degree and up to NTA Level 9 for holders of Masters Degree
• Undertake individual research and participate in bigger multi-disciplinary Research Projects
• Provide close supervision and guidance to students in building up their practical and research projects
• Develop and review existing curricula
• Produce teaching manuals
• Undertake consultancy and community services
• Supervise junior teaching staff
• Carryout any other duties as may be assigned by the head of Department

6.2.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE.
• PhD in Economics or Master’s Degree in Economics with working experience of at least five years and has published at least five consultancy/researches in the relevant field. He must have a GPA OF 3.5 or above of undergraduate studies.

6.2.3 REMUNERATION.
• Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution’s Salary Scale: PHTS 3.1

6.3 ASSISTANT LECTURER LIBRARIAN- 1POST
6.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Search on the information needs of users
• Teach up to NTA level 8 (bachelor’s degree)
• Identify materials to be ordered by the library
• Prepare learning resources for tutorial exercises
• Ensure proper use of library collections
• Conduct research and case studies
• Supervise library assistants and assistant librarian trainee
• Carry out consultancy and community services
• Assists in preparation of budget for library furniture, books and periodicals
• Carry out cataloguing of books and periodicals
• Carry out any other duties as may be assigned by supervisor

6.3.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE.
• Master’s Degree in Librarianship or equivalent qualification and must have a GPA of 3.5 or above of undergraduate studies.

6.3.3 REMUNERATION.
• Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution’s Salary Scale: PHTS 2.1

6.4 SENIOR TECHNICIAN- 1POST
6.4.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Supervise cleaning services at the Academy.
• Plan and supervise estate maintenance activities.
• Maintain up to date records of estate and assets.
• Keep proper records of inventories of equipment in Academy’s houses.
• Inspect and make sure that all houses of the Academy are in good and safe condition
• Recommend repairs and maintenance of Academy’s buildings
• Supervise junior staff of the section.
• Carry out any other duties as may be assigned by supervisor

6.4.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE.
• Bachelor’s Degree either in Civil Engineering, Land Management and Evaluation, Building Economics or Environmental Engineering from a recognized institution. He must have work experience of at least three years.

6.4.3 REMUNERATION.
• Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution’s Salary Scale: PGSS 14.1

7.0 UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM (UDSM)

The University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) is a public university in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. It was established in 1961 as an affiliate college of the University of London. The university became an affiliate of the University of East Africa (UEA) in 1963, shortly after Tanzania gained it’s from the United Kingdom. In 1970, UEA split into three independent universities: Makerere University in Uganda, the University of Nairobi in Kenya, and the University of Dar es Salaam.

7.1 LABORATORY SCIENTIST I 1 POST (RE- ADVERTISED)
7.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Organizes practical for undergraduate students;
• Participates in consultancy projects under close supervision of senior staff;
• Assists academic staff in their research and development activities;
• Plans and supervises maintenance of laboratory/workshop facilities;
• Guides technicians and artisans in their daily activities and
• Performs any other duties that may be assigned to her/him from time to time.

7.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor of Science/Advanced Diploma in Survey/Geometrics from a recognized institution with at least four years relevant working experience in a similar position.

7.1.3 REMUNERATION
• Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution’s Salary Scale.

8.0 LABORATORY ENGINEER I - HIGHWAY 1 POST (RE- ADVERTISED)
8.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Organizes practical’s for undergraduate students;
• Participates in consultancy projects under close supervision of senior staff
• Assists academic staff in their research and development activities;
• Plans and supervises maintenance of laboratory/workshop facilities;
• Guides technicians and artisans in their daily activities and
• Performs any other duties that may be assigned to her/him from time to time.

8.1.1 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
• Bachelor of Science / Advanced Diploma in Highway Engineering with at least four years’ experience in a similar position.

8.1.2 REMUNERATION
• Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution’s Salary Scale.

9.0 THE PUBLIC PROCUREMENT REGULATORY AUTHORITY (PPRA)

The Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA) is a regulatory body established under the Public Procurement Act No. 21 of 2004. The Authority is charged with regulatory functions and vested with oversight powers and responsibilities on all public procurement activities of all public bodies in the mainland Tanzania. Objectives of PPRA is to ensure the application of fair, competitive, transparent, non-discriminatory and value for money 15

procurement standards and practices, harmonize the procurement systems in Tanzania between the local and central governments, set standards for the public procurement systems in Tanzania, monitor compliance of procuring entities and build procurement capacity in the country.
PPRA is hereby inviting applications from qualified and experienced Tanzanians to fill in the vacant positions described below:-
9.1 SENIOR STATISTICIAN – 1 POST
9.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• To manage records and statistics;
• Analyze information to be disseminated to various stakeholders;
• Plan and implement tasks for data management and manipulations;
• Prepare standard reports on regular interval for administrative purpose;
• Create databases of information, records and statistical data from Procuring Entities and other stakeholders;
• Liaise with Library and Documentation in issues related to documentation; and
• Perform any other duties assigned from time to time by the supervisor.

9.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCES
• Bachelor Degree either in Statistics, Economics with Statistics or similar fields; plus
• Master’s Degree either in Statistics, Economics with Statistics or similar fields from any recognized higher learning institution; and
• ICT application skills; together with
• Knowledge of any Statistical and Spreadsheet Software.
• Should have at least three years relevant working experience in a similar position in a reputable institution.

9.1.3 REMUNERATION
• Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution’s salary scale PPRA 7

10.0 THE TANZANIA ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DESIGN ORGANIZATION (TEMDO)

The Tanzania Engineering and Manufacturing Design Organization (TEMDO) is an Applied Engineering Research and Development (R&D) Organization dealing with design, adaptation and development of plants and Equipment, and promoting their commercial manufacture and use. TEMDO also provides technical support services to manufacturing industries and SMEs. TEMDO is a Government Institution under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

10.1 CHIEF ACCOUNTANT- 1 POST (RE ADVERTISED)

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Provide finance and general advisory services to heads of sections and departments and other stakeholders on all financial matters;
• Participate and provide advice as expected of the office in the tender committee, management and project committee;
• Interpret and implement financial regulations and procedures to enhance internal controls;
• Prepare management financial reports which include monthly expenditure, returns, monthly bank reconciliation statements;
• Set targets for the department and may occasionally be required to undertake ad hoc assignment relating to accounting services;
• Prepare quality management reports that fall under his section timely and accurately;
• Plan, direct, coordinating, supervising areas of control;
• Train and develop staff under him and coordinate the same in case of external training arrangements;
• Ensure safe custody of assets and records and authorize payments and sign of checks;
• Provide guidance and discipline on procedures and regulations related to the use of funds;
• Perform any other duties assigned by his supervisor.

10.1.1 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCES
• Master’s Degree in any of the following management disciplines; finance, business, economics, strategic Management from a recognized institution.
• Bachelors Degree in commerce, Business Administration, accounting or finance from a recognized institution.
• Certified Public Accountants CPA, ACCA or its recognized equivalent qualifications;
• Minimum of eight (8) years working experience of which three (3) years must be in managerial position.
• Attended a management course in finance, planning, strategic management and or any financial management course;
• Certificate in computer Applications and accounting packages; and
• Shown merit and ability as reflected in work performance and results.

10.1.2 REMUNERATION
• Salary Scale will be PGSS 18

11.0 ENGINEER II- 3 POSTS (RE ADVERTISED)
11.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Prepare drawings and designs for manufacture and fabrication of tool, equipment, machine, and plant components;
• Repair and prepare maintenance schedules for plants, machines and equipment;
• Plan and estimate work and activities or project costs;
• Prepare technical specification and evaluation of tenders for designs, consultancy, materials, plants and equipments;
• Draw general facilities layout for new workshops and workshop improvements;
• Maintain records and prepare report on testing prototypes, equipment and plants
• Install and implement modern automated equipment management systems
• Maintain and submits updated inventory of materials, plant and equipment;
• Perform any other duties assigned to him by his senior

11.1.1 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCES
• Bachelor Degree in mechanical Engineering from a recognized institution;
• Be registered by Engineers Registration Board of Tanzania as a Graduate Engineer;
11.1.2 REMUNERATION
• Attractive remuneration salary according to institution`s scale: PGSS 11/12

12.0 RESEARCH ENGINEER II- 5 POSTS
12.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Undertake design or adaptation and development of products/ prototypes or technologies and testing;
• Write performance reports of prototypes or technologies developed and tested;
• Work on clients` projects related to design and manufacture of spare parts, tools, and equipment under supervision of a senior engineer;
• Provide maintenance services to the industrial sector;
• Assist in conducting training programs for engineers, technicians and artisans from industry;
• Prepare cost estimates for jobs or projects and preparation of work schedules;
• Carry out any other duties as may be assigned to him by his supervisors.

12.1.1 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCES
• Bachelors of Engineering either in Mechanical, Industrial, Chemical, Process or related engineering discipline from a recognized institution;
• Masters Degree in Mechanical, Industrial, Chemical, Process or related engineering discipline from a recognized institution;
• Served as Research Engineer Assistant or equivalent profession for three years and has shown good performance;
• Be a registered by Engineers Registration Board of Tanzania as a Graduate Engineer

12.1.2 REMUNERATION
• Attractive remuneration Salary according to institution`s Scale : PRSS 2.1

13.0 TANZANIA AIRPORTS AUTHORITY (TAA)

Tanzania Airports Authority (TAA) is a Government Executive Agency established to operate, manage, maintain and develop Government owned airports with a commercially oriented Management style.
13.1 PRINCIPAL PROCUREMENT OFFICER CIVIL WORKS (WORKS AND CONSULTANCY SERVICES ) – 1 POST RE- ADVERTISED

13.1.1 WORK STATION: TAA – Headquarters.

13.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Preparation of bidding documents for various works in collaboration with user departments,
• Preparation of RFP documents for Consultancy Services in collaboration with user departments,
• Coordinate evaluation of Tenders and RFPs for Works and Consultancy Services,
• Assist functioning of the Tender Board including implementation of decisions made,
• Maintain the list of approved Contractors for Various Works and Consultancy Services,
• Preparation of contract documents for various works and Consultancy Services,
• Coordinate and Support Regional Airports’ Procurements of Works and Consultancy Services,
• Preparation of Procurement progress reports on Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annually and Annual basis,
• Performing any other duties as may be assigned by Supervisor.

13.1.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor of Science or Advanced Diploma either in Civil Engineering, Quantity Surveying or Procurement and Supplies from a recognized Institution with proven specialization or coverage in procurement.
• Five (5) years’ experience in relevant/related field.
• Be registered by appropriate Professional body for all candidates and must be computer literate.
• Should possess sound knowledge in general planning of buildings layout, pavements and buildings design and,
• Should be knowledgeable in procurement matters.
• Not more than 45 years of age.

13.1.4 REMUNERATION

Salary scale: TAA SCALE 8.
14.0 WATER DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE (WDMI)

Water Development and Management Institute (WDMI) is an Agency that was established by Government Notice No 138 of 22nd August, 2008 according to the Executive Agency Act (Cap.245) to replace the then Rwegarulila Water Resources Institute. The Agency (Institute) operates under the Ministry of Water. WDMI is registered by the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) to train technicians and engineers. 20

14.1 SENIOR TUTOR II STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING -1POST (RE-ADVERTISED)

14.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Teaches up to NTA level 8 and may assist teaching in higher NTA levels
• Prepares learning resources for practical exercises
• Assists in caring out consultancy and community services
• Assisting in conducting practical exercises for students in the department under close supervision up to level 5
• Carries consultancy and services job assignments under close supervision
• Carries any other duty as assigned by superiors.

14.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
• Master’s degree in civil Engineering

14.1.3 REMUNERATION
• Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the institution’s salary scale PTSS

15.0 COLLEGE OF AFRICAN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT (MWEKA)

The College of African Wildlife Management (MWEKA), founded in 1963 is a center of excellence in professional and technical wildlife and tourism management training in Africa. It is registered with the National Council of Technical Education (NACTE) in Tanzania and recognized by the East African Community (EAC) and the Southern African Development Community (SADC). It is situated 14 km from Moshi town on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro.
15.1 LECTURER – 1 POST-RE-ADVERTIZED
15.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:-
• Teaches students up to NTA Level 9 (Masters Degree)
• Guides and supervises students in building up their practical and research projects
• Prepares learning resources and design training exercises for students
• Conducts consultancy and community services
• Undertakes individual research and participates in scientific/academic congregations
• Supervises and guides post-graduations and case studies for training
• Coaches junior teaching staff
• Assumes managerial leadership roles e.g. coordination of academic programmes or major research projects and consultancy and
• Performs any other duties as assigned by supervisors

15.1.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
• PhD either in Economics and/ Statistics who is eligible for registration as technical teacher. Must have published at least two peer -reviewed papers.

OR
Master’s Degree either in Economics or Statistics who is eligible for registration as technical Teacher and has proven applicable working experience preferably in Research or Consultancy of at least 10 years with five (5) consultancy/research reports of the academic and professional appreciable depth.
15.1.3 REMUNERATION
• This position holds salary scale of PHTS 3.1

16.0 TANZANIA PUBLIC SERVICE COLLEGE (TPSC)

The Tanzania Public Service College (TPSC) is a Government Executive Agency established in 2000 as a direct response to fill a void for a sustainable public service training institution. TPSC offers programmes that are directly linked to Government business agenda and demand driven. As the demands for the public service to offer quality services at affordable costs increase, it is imperative that the service should be staffed with competent personnel. Hence, TPSC’s core business is to develop the appropriate public service competences, which will transform the service into effective and efficient machinery that will strive to meet citizen’s needs in terms of services. TPSC’s Mission is to improve the quality, efficiency and effectiveness of the public service of Tanzania by providing comprehensive training, consultancy and applied research interventions. 22

Currently, TPSC has campuses at Dar-Es-Salaam, Tabora, Mtwara, Singida,Tanga and Mbeya. The demand for TPSC’s products has increased over the years and there is need to staff these campuses with the right candidates, who have the knowledge, skills, Attitudes and behaviors (competences) commensurate with a Government owned training institution.
16.1 ADMISSION, CERTIFICATION & EXAMINATION OFFICER - 2 POSTS
16.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Performs admission and registration of students functions
• Assists in planning for enrolment levels and budgets in all programmes.
• Prepares reports of registered students for other use/decision making processes.
• Performs certification functions in various coures.
• Enters students data in the Students Management Information System

16.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor Degree in Mathematics/Statistics or Computer science, data base management or equivalent from a recognized institution with a minimum pass of not less than G.P.A of 3.5 in First degree.
• Experiences in admission/examination functions will be an added advantage.

16.1.3 REMUNERATION
salary scale PHTS 1
16.1.4 SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR – 1 POST
16.1.5 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Coordinates management of information systems in the Campus
• Coordinates acquisition and installation of hardware and software
• Carries out maintenance of MIS in computer labs and offices
• Performs duties of networking various systems in the Campus
• Assists staff and other users in accessing and updating of information

16.1.6 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

• Bachelor Degree Computer Science or Data base or systems management or equivalent qualifications from a recognized Institution.
• Experience in application of current software and networking functions will be an added advantage.

16.1.7 REMUNERATION

salary scale PHTS 1
16.1.8 LIBRARY OFFICER - 2 POSTS
16.1.9 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Assists in preparation of reference materials to students & academic staff
• Identifies reading materials for users
• Assists in preparation of issuance Library material policies
• Prepares and documents library users
• Assists in preparation and documentation of all library information using computer technology
• Supervises Library Assistants
• Maintains public and staff catalogues.

16.1.10 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor degree in Library and Information Studies or equivalent from a recognized institution.
• Knowledge in E-Library services will be an added advantage

16.1.11 REMUNERATION

salary scale PTSS 10
16.1.12 ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT - 2 POSTS
16.1.13 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Receives and prepares payments to various customers
• Maintains books of accounts
• Undertakes bank reconciliation
• Prepares periodic financial reports as required.


• Implement payments as per approved financial regulations

16.1.14 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor Degree in Accounting and Finance or equivalent who has attained modules C& D of the NBAA profession.

16.1.15 REMUNERATION

salary scale PGSS 10
17.0 DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT (ADEM)

Development of Educational Management (ADEM) mission is to promote qualitative and quantitative improvement of the education sector in the country through training, research and consultancy in educational leadership, management and administration and hence to produce both effective and efficient professional educational leaders, managers and administrators.
17.1 CHIEF TUTOR I - SCHOOL INSPECTION AND QUALITY ASSURANCE COURSES (SCIENCE SUBJECTS) - 1 POST (RE-ADVERTIZED)
17.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Teaches up to NTA level 8
• Coordinates teaching activities and prepares learning resources
• Conducts research and consultancy projects
• Develops and reviews curricula
• Plans, designs and reviews training programmers
• Supervises students projects and research works up to NTA level 8;
• Assumes leadership roles
• Supervises and assists junior teaching staff and
• Performs any other duties as assigned by supervisors.

17.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Master’s degree in relevant field
• Teaching experience in sciences subjects of not less than 15 years
• Ten (10) years working experience as a School Inspector in Sciences subjects


• Not above 45 years for a person who is not employed in the Government.
• Must be competent in teaching, carrying out Training Needs Assessment, Designing and Developing Training Programs, Conducting Research and Consultancy in Education Management.
• Computer literacy is compulsory.

17.1.3 REMUNERATION
• Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the institution`s salary scale: PTSS 21

17.1.4 CHIEF TUTOR I – IN SCHOOL INSPECTION AND QUALITY ASSURANCE COURSES (LANGUAGES SUBJECT,SWAHILI & ENGLISH) - 1 POST(RE-ADVERTIZED)
17.1.5 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Teaches up to NTA level 8
• Coordinates teaching activities and prepares learning resources
• Conducts research and consultancy projects;
• Develops and reviews curricula;
• Plans, designs and reviews training programmers;
• Supervises students projects and research works up to NTA level 8;
• Assumes leadership roles;
• Supervises and assists junior teaching staff; and
• Performs any other duties as assigned by supervisors.
17.1.6 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Master’s degree in relevant field
• Teaching experience in Swahili and English subjects of not less than 15 yrs
• Ten (10) years working experience as a School Inspector in language subjects
• Not above 45 years for a person who is not employed in the Government.

17.1.7 COMPETENCES:
• Must be competent in teaching, carrying out Training Needs Assessment, Designing and Developing Training Programs, Conducting Research and Consultancy in Education Management
• Computer literacy is compulsory.

17.1.8 REMUNERATION
• Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the institution`s salary scale / PTSS 21

18.0 THE TANZANIA ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL AND

ELECTRONICS SERVICES AGENCY (TEMESA)
The Tanzania Electrical, Mechanical and Electronics Services Agency (TEMESA) is an
Agency under the Ministry of Works, established under the authority of the Executive
Agencies Act No 30 of 1997 by an Establishment Order by the Minister for Works through Government Notice No.254 of 26th August 2005. TEMESA was created in the spirit of Act of No 30 of 1997, which was to improve services and increase both effectiveness and efficiency of operations. TEMESA was specifically established to provide efficient and effective electrical, mechanical and electronic services, reliable and safe ferry transport services and hiring of equipment to government institutions and the public at large.

18.1 PRINCIPAL INTERNAL AUDITOR II -1 POST (RE-ADVERTIZED)
18.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Prepare annual Audit Plan and programs;
• Carry out both regular and random investigations on departmental accounts;
• Evaluate internal controls to ensure that accounting systems provide adequate,
• timely and accurate information, protection against loss through negligence,
• dishonesty or misappropriation of fund;
• Make recommendations about checks and changes in the accounting systems,
• and security arrangements;
• Auditing inventory of Assets in accordance with the Agency’s Policy and Auditing
• standards;
• Auditing and recommend to budget holders to facilitate the most efficient use of
• the Agency’s financial resources;
• Advise the Management on developing audit guidelines and recommending
• effective internal control system;
• Build up an effective liaison with the external auditors.

18.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Master’s Degree or Postgraduate Diploma in Accountancy.
• CPA or equivalent qualification.
• Should have at least 10 years experience in the related field.
• Must be computer literate with advanced knowledge of Integrated Financial
• Management Systems and Computer Aided Audit Techniques (CAATs).

18.1.3 REMUNERATION:
• According to Tanzania Government Scale TGS G

18.1.4 PRINCIPAL ECONOMIST II -1 POST (RE-ADVERTIZED)
18.1.5 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Coordinate, prepare, implement, monitor and evaluate the strategic plan and
• other short term plans;
• Carryout project analysis, project appraisal reports, detailed project feasibility
• studies and capital budget;
• Supervise project implementation;
• Advise the management on appropriate policies related to the improvements of
• operations;
• Identify significant deviations from agreed plans and recommends the way
• forward;
• Develop management information system for the planning function;
• Participate in agency projects formulation and management;
• Participate in soliciting external funding of the agency development projects;
• Formulate strategies for increasing revenue and improving service delivery.

18.1.6 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Master’s Degree in Planning, Economics, or equivalent qualifications, with at least 10 years working experience in the relevant field.
• Must be a Computer literate.

18.1.7 REMUNERATION:
• According to Tanzania Government Scale TGS G

X.M. DAUDI
Secretary
Public Service Recruitment Secretariat.

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