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Environmental Manager - Barrick Africa

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    Environmental Manager




    Job ID: 48129
    Job Views: 2
    Location: North Mara
    Job Category: Energy/Natural Resources/Oil&Gas, Environmental Sciences/Waste Management
    Employment Type: Temporary
    Salary:
    Last Date to Apply: Not mentioned
    Posted: 05-16-2010


    Occupations



    Job Description

    Barrick Africa seeks to appoint an Environmental Manager at it's North Mara mine site in Tanzania.

    The incumbent will lead all compliance, public and governmental interface on environmental issues for the mine.

    KEY RESULT AREAS/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

    • Implement and develop the environmental function and accompanying long-term environmental plans for the mine.
    • Develop, promote, adapt, expand and update the Environmental Management System to mitigate and fully address the environmental responsibility through mine closure
    • To develop and keep updated the Environmental Obligations Register for North Mara Gold Mine.
    • To develop and present environmental training and education for the surrounding communities and for North Mara employees
    • Implement, and oversee new and existing Environmental policies and standard operating procedures, ensuring compliance with local, state, and national and world best practices regulations and standards.
    • Provide leadership by example and, as a mentor, facilitate the development, expertise, and effectiveness of environmental staff.
    • Ensure that environmental permitting at the mine is maintained.
    • Develop and maintain a clear and open line of communication between environmental and operations personnel as well as all relevant regulatory authorities for North Mara regarding environmental issues and actions.
    • Provide environmental expertise to management and enhance environmental awareness.
    • Act as environmental spokesperson at the mine, and promoting the positive image of Barrick.
    • Ensure all functional departments conduct environmental impact assessments to address developments on North Mara and changes in mining, operational or administrative plans
    • To ensure the adherence to all legislation in Tanzania and to ensure that North Mara Gold Mine stays in good stead with the maintaining it’s mining license
    • Conduct robust planning with all site departments to ensure integration of Environmental obligations, closure planning and associated closure cost estimates into LOM and budget cycles.



    Job Requirements

    Education Requirements:

    • A bachelor’s degree in Environmental management or associated discipline is required. An advanced degree preferred.
    • Line supervision or management preferred.

    CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT


    • Single status
    • Roster – 8 weeks on site / 4 weeks off
    Salary Offered: Expatriate - USD based
    Joining Date: ASAP
    Note: Apply to the postal address provided.



    Barrick Africa (Pyt) Ltd
    Private Bag X1934 Bedfordview Johannesburg 2008
    Johannesburg, South Africa

    Phone: 0115537000
    Fax:
    Website: Barrick Gold Corporation - 26 operating gold mines
     
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    CIVIL ENGINEER (1 POSITION) & OFFICE ASSISTANT (1 POSITION)




    Job ID: 48128
    Job Views: 1
    Location: Dar-Es-Salaam
    Job Category: Building/Construction
    Employment Type: Full Time on Contract
    Salary:
    Last Date to Apply: May 28, 2010
    Posted: 05-16-2010


    Occupations

    Engineering: Civil & Structural Engineering

    Job Description

    With her intensive strategy to improve Technical and Administration Departments, the Company offers the following opportunities to the qualified Tanzanian candidates:
    1) Civil Engineer (1 Position)
    Report to: Chief Engineer

    [​IMG]Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
    [​IMG]
    The successful candidate is expected to:
    [​IMG](a) Assisting in general co-ordination of various Civil and Building projects with other
    [​IMG]departments and stakeholders.
    [​IMG](b) To prepare Work programmes, schedules and monitor the works progress and
    [​IMG]control of resources.
    [​IMG](c) To ensure that worker's safety and health rules and regulations at workplaces
    [​IMG]are adhered to during construction works.
    [​IMG](d) Assist in planning, organizing, evaluating and participating in the functions and
    [​IMG]activities of engineering works including design, project management, plan
    [​IMG]review, and improvement projects.
    [​IMG](e) Conduct comprehensive engineering studies and prepare reports with
    [​IMG]appropriate recommendations.
    [​IMG](f) Prepare requests for proposals including defining scopes of work, preparing
    [​IMG]specifications and cost estimates.

    Qualification, Experience and Preferred Skills:
    [​IMG](a) Possession of Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering (Water Resources/Highway)
    [​IMG]or an equivalent from a recognized Higher learning Institution with working
    [​IMG]experience of 5 years or above on related field.
    [​IMG](b) Computer literacy and Sound knowledge of AutoCAD or related Engineering
    [​IMG]designing programs.
    [​IMG](c) Ability to organize/mobilize and supervise materials, equipment and manpower
    [​IMG]to meet scheduled working programs.
    [​IMG](d) Ability to prepare Bill of Quantities (BOQ) and tender documents.
    [​IMG](e) Ability to analyze problems identifies alternative solutions, project consequences
    [​IMG]of proposed actions, and implements recommendations in support of goals.
    [​IMG](f) Ability to participate in the design, preparation and review of construction plans,
    [​IMG]site investigations, cost estimates, specifications and reports for the construction
    [​IMG]and/or improvement of various facilities.
    [​IMG](e) Ability to defend Engineering Concepts to the Consultants and Clients.

    [​IMG]Terms of Employment:Open-ended contract

    [​IMG]Duty Station:Konoike Tanzania Branch Office, Dar-es-Salaam


    2) Office Messenger (1 Position)
    Report to: Chief Administrator

    [​IMG]Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
    [​IMG]The successful candidate is expected to:-
    [​IMG](a) Have sound knowledge of Dar es Salaam Urban Area, various Government,
    [​IMG]NGO and Private offices location.
    [​IMG](b) Sound knowledge on banking activities.
    [​IMG](c) Not less than 3 years experience on motorbike driving within Dar es Salaam urban
    [​IMG](d) Ability to communicate fluently in English and Swahili.
    [​IMG](e) Energetic and ability to work long hours.
    [​IMG](f) Ability to plan route for urgent delivery of letter and parcels to respective offices.

    [​IMG]Qualification, Experience and Preferred Skills:
    [​IMG](a) Possession of Form Four Academic Certificate or Equivalent.
    [​IMG](b) Possession of Valid Motorbike Driving License
    [​IMG](c) Ability to write and speak both English and Swahili fluently.
    [​IMG](d) Honesty, Cooperative and team working spirit.
    [​IMG](e) At least one referee who is willing to recommend/guarantee for him/her before
    [​IMG]recruitment.
    [​IMG](f) Computer knowledge shall be an added advantage.

    Terms of Employment:Three years renewable contract

    [​IMG]Duty Station:Konoike Tanzania Branch Office, Dar-es-Salaam



    Job Requirements

    Mode of Application:

    i) Application letters enclosed with CVs indicating names and addresses of three
    referees, copies of relevant academic transcripts and certificates should be addressed to the undersigned.
    ii) Only applicants who meet the minimum requirements for these posts will be considered.
    iii) Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

    Closing time: Friday May 28th, 2010 at 17:30 hours East African Time



    All applications should be addressed to:

    [​IMG]The Resident Representative,
    [​IMG]Konoike Construction Company Ltd.,
    [​IMG]Tanzania Branch Office,
    [​IMG]Mikocheni Light Industrial Area Plot No. 2/2,
    [​IMG]P.O. Box 31224,
    [​IMG]Dar-Es-Salaam
    [​IMG]TANZANIA
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    Vacancies in CARE International (Tanzania)




    Job ID: 48103
    Job Views: 3
    Location: Dar es Salaam
    Job Category: Non profit/Social Services
    Employment Type: Full Time
    Salary:
    Last Date to Apply: May 20, 2010
    Posted: 05-14-2010


    Occupations



    Job Description

    COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION ADVISOR – 1 POST – DAR ES SALAAM
    The Community Mobilization Advisor reporting to Deputy Program Director for Vt.bmen and Girts of Reproductive Age (WAGRA) coordinates and implements the overall community mobilization activities in the Tanzania Capacity and Communications Project (TCCP) in target regions. S/he initiates and promotes community, civil society organizations (CSOs) and faith-based organizations (FBOs involvement in project implementation to decrease the transmission of HIV by reinforcing risk reduction behaviors and promote the benefits of modem family planning methods. S/he works closely with all stakeholders at the community level and is directly responsible for supervision, monitoring and coordination of partner organizations in the implementation of all community mobilization activities to ensure a high technical quality of project innovation and implementation.

    QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

    o BA/BSc degree in Public Health, Social Sciences, Communication, Education or equivalent combination of education and work experience.

    o 5 years of work experience in development work and/or community mobilization related to HIV prevention, family planning and/or MNCH.

    o Experience in development oriented NGO environment.

    o Experience in designing and using behavioral change communication (BCC) materials and methodologies

    o Solid background on research methods. .

    o Computer proficiency with emphasis on Microsoft application including Word, Excel and Power Point.

    o Demonstrated report writing, strong professional and technical skills, and proficiency in English;

    o Expertise in community development! Empowerment programs, preferably related to HIV and AIDS

    o Competencies: Respect, accountability, courage, excellence, stress tolerance, adaptability, collaboration, developing teams, innovation, interpersonal skills, facilitating change, information monitoring, planning and organizing, communicating with impact.
    [FONT=Arial, Verdana]MONITORING AND EVALUATION MANAGER – 1 POST – DAR ES SALAAM


    BASIC FUNCTIONS:

    The M&E Manager is responsible for leading the project's efforts to ensure a monitoring, learning and evaluation processes are in place and operational to capture evidenced based learning in economic strengthening interventions. Some key responsibilities are:

    o Overall responsibility for the monitoring, evaluation and reporting activities of this project.

    o Supports the design and implementation of appropriate monitoring and evaluation tools and procedures for the economic strengthening activities in collaboration with USAID and the GOT.

    o Establish baselines for the targeted household beneficiaries.

    o Responsible to develop and manage the Performance Monitoring Plan with both the PEPFAR and GOT indicators.

    o Develop systems to collect and analyze information on inputs, outputs, outcomes and impact of the project.

    o Conduct supportive supervisory visits to Implementing partners to observe, monitor, and provide guidance and quality feedback on the use of economic strengthening (ES) data and indicators; analyze monthly data and support training of M&E personnel in quality assurance methods.

    o Monitor outcomes on the household after receiving livelihood or economic strengthening support.

    0 Provide technical supports to project staff and partners in documenting case studies, lessons learned best practice and human interest stories to facilitate knowledge sharing with external audiences to influence future economic strengthening programs targeting vulnerable households.

    QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

    o Bachelor's degree in social sciences.

    o At least 5 years in monitoring and evaluation of projects/programs, including experience working with US government grants/contracts.

    o Strong prior experience with community participatory surveys.

    o Demonstrated skills in developing monitoring and evaluation plans and thinking analytically and creatively.

    o Preferred candidates will have experience in operational research, casual model methodologies, etc.

    o Strong interpersonal skills and ability to transfer knowledge to others.

    o Conversant with adult learning methodology.

    o Excellent oral and written skills in English and Kiswahili.

    o Firm belief in teamwork, gender equality, sensitivity to HIV/AIDS and participatory approach and sustainable development.

    o Proficiency in MS office Word and Excel.

    o Training and facilitation skills.

    o Competencies: Commitment, Accountability, Respect, Effectiveness, Diversity, Planning and organizing, Building commitment, Collaboration, Communicating with impact, Strategic decision-making, Initiating action, Coaching, Building partnerships, Facilitating change.
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    FINANCE MANAGER - ONE POSITION - DAR ES SALAAM

    BASIC FUNCTIONS:

    The Finance Manager oversees and manages all financial activities of the project to ensure effective stewardship of donor resources. He/She is responsible for the daily financial operations of the project. He/She works closely with other project management team members to ensure proper reporting, and compliance with donor and CARE financial policies and procedures. Some key responsibilities are:

    0 Oversee, direct and manage all financial activities of the project.

    0 Prepares required financial reports.

    0 Oversee the administrative and financial management for the project and has the responsibility for budgeting processes, financial aspects of procurement, and cash flow.

    0 Work with the Chief of Party (his/her supervisor) to ensure efficient functioning of administrative and financial processes and maintain adequate internal control as well as liaise with other key technical personnel and local staff to ensure that smooth administrative and financial processes are upheld.

    0 Responsible for the oversight and management of the sub-grants program including compliance to established polices and procedures regarding contracting, monitoring, reporting.

    0 Provide, as required, additional capacity building support in grants management to sub-recipients.

    QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

    Bachelors in accountancy/bachelor degree in accounting.

    Five (5) years, of which 2 years must be associated with US government grants and/or contract management.

    Work experience with an international NGO is preferable.

    o Proficiency in standard computer applications (MS Word and Excel).

    0 General knowledge on accounting packages (e.g. Scala, Quick-book SAGE).

    0 Proven experience in preparing financial reports.

    o Excellent management communication skills in both English and Kiswahili.

    o Ability to operate with very minimum supervision achieving high quality output within deadlines.

    0 Firm belief in teamwork, gender equality, sensitivity to HIV/AIDS and participatory approach and sustainable development.

    0 Competencies: Commitment, Accountability, Respect, Effectiveness, Diversity, Integrity, Operational Decision-Making, Planning and Organizing, Initiating Action, Communicating with Impact, Coaching and Mentoring, Stress Tolerance.

    LIVELIHOOD MANAGER- ONE POSITION- DAR ES SALAAM

    BASIC FUNCTION

    The Livelihoods Manager reporting to the Chief of Party coordinates and supports the program's efforts to develop and I effectively implement interventions for increasing and diversifying income sources and building and protecting the asset base of target vulnerable households and those affected by HIV and AIDS. S/he provides technical support in safety net economic- ~ related interventions, microfinance including financial literacy, credit and savings, and market assessment activities to PEPFAR Implementing Partners (IPs), government of Tanzania staff, civil society organizations, and private sector to promote greater ~ economic security. The aim is to develop a package of tested/proven, high impact livelihood interventions that can be replicated/scaled-up throughout Tanzania and elsewhere by other organizations engaged in service delivery for HIV and AIDS affected households. Some key responsibilities are:

    o Identify and promote risk-sensitive interventions appropriate for vulnerable households that result in asset recovery and protection, and income and consumption stability.

    o Assess and provide technical assistance in livelihoods programming for IPs, GOT and other organizations.

    0 Ensure that livelihoods activities are demand driven, and that appropriate participatory mechanisms are in place to ensure that the impact targeted stakeholders are the primary influence on project design, implementation.

    o Develop capacity building plans, and identify and implements appropriate training and including mentoring support.

    o Ensure consistency of implementation, strategies and approaches, and lead technical coordination of microfinance (savings and insurance) methodologies, selection, planning and marketing analysis, etc.

    o Facilitate linkages with safety net programming, where needed.

    o Work with project management team members to advance the project's efforts in promoting and realizing gender sensitive programming and impact.

    o Ensure that new information, project innovations and lessons learned are shared and understood by all Partners.

    QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

    o Master's Degree in international development field of study directly related to microfinance, business administration or related field; or a combination of education and related work experience.

    o 5 years of experience in development and management of livelihoods programs, preferably with vulnerable households affected by HIV and AIDS.

    o Experience in the design and delivery of micro finance programs in rural areas and the village savings and loan and/or other micro-insurance methodologies.

    o Proven training and facilitation skills.

    o Proficiency in verbal and written English, strategic and operational planning, report writing;

    o Proficiency in MS office software package.

    o Demonstrated leadership ability to inspire and empower others.

    o Good interpersonal communication skill and ability to effectively liaise with government, community leaders and other stakeholders.

    o Firm belief in teamwork, gender equality, and conceptual understanding of participatory approach and sustainable development.

    o Competencies: Respect, integrity, diversity, excellence, adaptability, stress tolerance, innovation, building partnership, communicating with impact, coaching, facilitating change, developing teams, initiating action, strategic decision making, planning and organizing, leading through vision and value.

    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT MANAGER - 1 POST

    BASIC FUNCTION

    The Manager reporting to the Chief of Party coordinates and supports the program's efforts to develop and effectively implement interventions for increasing and diversifying income sources and building and protecting the asset base of target vulnerable households and those affected by HIV and AIDS. She/he provides technical support in value chain, development of financial products, and other economic development activities to PEPFAR Implementing Partners (IPs), government of Tanzania staff, civil society organizations, and private sector to promote greater economic security. Some key responsibilities are:

    o Provide technical leadership in developing tools and strategies to promote asset protection and income diversification.

    o Develop strategies to reduce household vulnerability and improve household economic resiliency, especially for Most Vulnerable Children (MVC) and their caregivers as well as People living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA).

    o Assess and provide technical assistance for IPs, GOT and other organizations.

    o Develop technical guidance and user-friendly job aides to strengthen economic strengthening activities and networks for implementing partners and the Government of Tanzania.

    o Build capacity of implementing partners and key stakeholders to conduct economic strengthening activities through development of capacity building plans and implementation of appropriate training and including mentoring support.

    o Ensure consistency of implementation, strategies and approaches, and lead technical coordination of Value Chain Development, higher end Micro Finance interventions.

    o Facilitate linkages with non-traditional partners to enhance a household's overall livelihood security (e.g. food security).

    o Work with project management team members to advance the project's efforts in promoting and realizing gender sensitive programming and impact.

    o Ensure that new information, project innovations and lessons learned are shared and understood by all Partners.

    QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

    o Masters Degree in international development field of study directly related to economic development and/or micro finance; or a combination of education and related work experience.

    o 5 years of experience in development and management of economic development programs, food security interventions, preferably with vulnerable households affected by HIV and AIDS.

    o Experience in using value chain approaches that encompass targeted p and marketing techniques.

    o Proven training and facilitation skills.

    o Proficiency in verbal and written English, strategic and operational planning, report writing;

    o Proficiency in MS office software package.

    o Demonstrated leadership ability to inspire and empower others.

    o Good interpersonal communication skill and ability to effectively liaise with government, community leaders and other stakeholders.

    0 Firm belief in teamwork, gender equality, and conceptual understanding of participatory approach and sustainable development.

    o Competencies: Respect, integrity, diversity, excellence, adaptability, stress tolerance, innovation, building partnership, communicating with impact, coaching, facilitating change, developing teams, initiating action, strategic decision making, planning and organizing, leading through vision and value.




    Job Requirements

    APPLICATION MODE:

    o Applications must be received by CARE by Thursday 20 May, 2010.

    o Only a letter of application and CV without supporting documents such as certificates should be sent by email to The Human Resources Manager HRM@co.care.org.

    o A letter of application and CV with copies of all the minimum required supporting documents may be posted to CARE International in Tanzania, Box 10242, Dar es Salaam or sent by dispatch at 101 Kinondoni Road opposite Indian High Commission
     
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