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  1. Maxence Melo

    Maxence Melo JF Founder Staff Member

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    Happy new Year. Samahani nilienda likizo ndefu ambapo nilikuwa na mizunguko mingi na kushindwa kuwafikishia nafasi za kazi haraka iwezekanavyo.

    Nitaziweka hapa muda mfupi ujao. Stay tuned
     
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    Kinyau JF-Expert Member

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    happy new yr MAC and keep up the spirit of updating watanzania abt any chances
     
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    Tunashukuru sana kaka kwa msaada wako huo,pia nimesikia kuwa UN-Tanzania wanatangaza vacancies kwa wanasheria ni kweli?Tafadhali tuapdate kwa hilo kaka.
     
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    Same to you brother!!!
    Tuko pamoja sana.....
     
  5. Maxence Melo

    Maxence Melo JF Founder Staff Member

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    Job Title: SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT - LEGAL OFFICER, P-3
    DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 02 Feb 2008ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
    DUTY STATION: Arusha

    VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 07-LEG-ICTR-416502-R-ARUSHA

    The appointment is limited to ICTR. The initial appointment is limited for a duration of one year only. Extension of the appointment is subject to extension of the mandate and/or the availability of the funds. As the international tribunals are not integrated in the Secreteriat, UN Staff Members serve on assignment or secondment from their parent department/office if selected.

    Remuneration
    Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits package is offered.

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

    Responsibilities
    Under strict confidentiality, the incumbent : As Special assistant to the President,

    1.Under strict confidentiality, assists and advises the President in all matters related to the functioning of the Tribunal, including diplomatic and administrative issues. Conducts research and issues opinions and background papers for the President on matters pertaining to political and administrative questions and external relations.

    2.Ensures the adequate follow-up of the relations and the correspondence between the Office of the President and Government Officials, International Organizations, the Office of the Secretary-General and the Office of the Legal Counsel, the Security Council and the General Assembly.

    3.Coordinates the activities between the President and the Prosecutor or Deputy-Prosecutor on matters such as the calendar of the presentation of indictments or the follow-up of judicial cases, the Registrar on matters such as the judicial calendar, the assignment of defence counsels, the Defence counsels on matters pertaining to the proceedings, the Victims and Witnesses Support Section on sensitive matters pertaining to the witnesses, the External Affairs and Strategic Planning Section on matters pertaining to press and public relations. Ensures that the instructions given by the President to the various sections of the Registry are correctly and promptly executed.

    4.Receives and advises on the follow-up to be given to any incoming documents in the Office of the President. Responsible for the drafting and following-up of the correspondence (both internal and external) of the President. Provides the President with reports, memoranda and summary notes. Contributes to the preparation of the annual report of the Tribunal. Responsible for drafting the President's oral report to the General Assembly, under his direct supervision. Writes and edits speeches, articles and statements for the President.

    5.Organizes the official missions of the President and, when required, assists him during his missions to advise him on various issues. Attends and participates to his official meetings with various officials and provides him advice in an expeditious manner on the various issues arising. When required, represents the President during official visits or during seminars or other meetings.

    6.Recommends and advices the President on interpretation of International Criminal law and on the evaluation of evidence. As Judicial work for the Judge and the Trial Chamber: Adaptable and amiable manner essential, with the capability of obtaining and maintaining the absolute trust and confidence of the President and of the Judges:

    7.Recommends and advices the President on various legal, administrative and political matters related to the functioning of the Tribunal.

    8.Provides also advice on matters requiring a specialized knowledge of the activities of the Tribunal to other Judges and Senior Staff of the Tribunal and persons outside the Tribunal, including Government Officials and Senior Staff of the Secretariat and of the ICTY.

    9.To expeditiously and efficiently support the President in all aspects of both his legal mission and his presidential duties. To ensure the proper functioning of both the Office of the President and the judicial work of the Trial Chamber presided over by the President. To guarantee the timely issuing of decisions, orders and judgments.

    10.Attends judicial proceedings and hearings in the Trial Chamber presided over by the President of the Tribunal and provides reasoned opinions in an expeditious manner to the President and to the two other Judges on the various issues arising. Continuously updates and offers legal opinions to the Judges on all pertinent developments affecting the proceedings. Reviews and evaluates all evidence presented during trials to assist the Judges thereon.

    11.Attends the deliberations of the Trial Chamber, provides reasoned opinions to the three Judges on the various legal issues raised when required, takes notes of the deliberations, records the determinations of the Judges. Under the direct supervision of the Judges, prepares decisions, warrants of arrest, orders and judgments in both their English and French versions. Prepares draft decisions in a timely manner, often expeditious, based on discussions with Judges or directly, and finalizes the decisions as required by the Judges.

    12.Conducts research to advise the Judges on all relevant issues for the decisions and judgments. Provides the President and the Judges with legal advice and opinions on pertinent aspects of procedural and substantive law, and on all developments of ICTR and ICTY. Ensures consistency of the decisions with the jurisprudence.

    13.Manages the activities of the Trial Chamber in support capacity, in cooperation with Officers of the Registry in setting the judicial calendar, liaising with the Victims and Witnesses Support Section, contacting the parties to the hearing (Prosecutors and Defence Lawyers), managing the court documents and preparing the case files for the Judges.

    14.Translates both incoming judicial documents and decisions for the Chambers, ensuring conformity both linguistically and legally in French and English. Simultaneous interpretation into both official languages of the Tribunal for the Judges, notably during deliberations between the Judges and confidential meetings with Government officials.

    15.Prepares and attends plenary sessions of the Tribunal when required to provide advice and assistance to the Judges. Suggests and produces amendments to the Rules of procedure and evidence and other regulations governing the activities of the Tribunal.

    16.Performs other related duties as required.

    Competencies

    Professionalism:
    Knowledge of procedural and substantive law at either the national or international level; experience in applying legal expertise to a diverse range of complex legal issues; analytical skills and ability to conduct comprehensive number of cases and work in an efficient and directed manner; discretion and sound judgment in applying legal expertise to sensitive, complex legal issues; ability to work to tight deadlines and handle multiple concurrent projects/cases. Solid writing and analytical skills; high standards of accuracy ; good grasp of terminological and reference research techniques; ability to use all sources of reference and information and to do research and to develop clear goals which are consistent with agreed strategies; tact and negotiating skills. Planning and Coordination: Ability to establish priorities and to plan, co-ordinate and monitor work of others.

    Teamwork: Ability to gain the support and co-operation of others in a team endeavour through the demonstration of recognized technical competence, sensitivity and respect for diversity.

    Communications: Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to speak and write clearly and effectively.

    Technological Awareness: Commitment to actively following development in technology that have potential applications to translations and willingness to learn to use appropriate new technologies.

    Managing Performance: Monitors progress against milestones and deadlines. Ability to delegate the appropriate responsibilities, roles and reporting lines clearly.

    Leadership: Ability to clearly communicate links between the Organization?s strategy and the work unit?s goals, and to pro-actively develop strategies to accomplish objectives.

    Judgement/Decision making: Ability to identify the key issues in a complex situation and come to the heart of the problem quickly. Aptitude to treat sensitive or confidential information appropriately.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    Education
    Advanced University degree in International Law, Criminal Law or International Relations.

    Work Experience
    A minimum of six (6) years of progressively responsible professional legal experience, at either the national or international level, three of which should be in a field related to international law. Knowledge of the functions of the ICTR, and in particular, the activities of the Chambers, desirable.

    Languages

    English and French are the working Languages of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). For the post advertised, Fluency in written and spoken English or French. Working knowledge of the other is desirable.

    Other Skills
    Good knowledge of modern computer software applications and of various legal databases; proven ability to conduct comprehensive yet rapid analysis and excellent drafting skills in the working languages of the Tribunal. Knowledge of the functioning of the Tribunal and of the UN highly desirable. Adaptable and amiable manner/personality essential along with the capability of obtaining and maintaining the absolute trust of the President.

    The United Nations shall place no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. (Charter of the United Nations - Chapter 3, article 8). English and French are the two working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. The United Nations Secretariat is a non-smoking environment.THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE AT ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS (APPLICATION, INTERVIEW MEETING, PROCESSING, TRAINING OR ANY OTHER FEES). THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CONCERN ITSELF WITH INFORMATION ON BANK ACCOUNTS.PLEASE NOTE THAT APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AFTER THE DEADLINE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

    How to apply

    All applicants are strongly encouraged to apply online as soon as possible after the vacancy has been posted and well before the deadline stated in the vacancy announcement. Because applications submitted by United Nations (UN) staff members are considered first, provided the eligibility requirements set out in ST/AI/2002/4 are met and the application is submitted in a timely fashion, staff members should apply within 15-day or 30-day mark.

    Online applications will be acknowledged where an email address has been provided. If you do not receive an e-mail acknowledgement within 24 hours of submission, your application may not have been received. In such cases, please go to ?My UN? page and check the status of your application by clicking on ?View Application History?, and resubmit the application, if necessary.

    1. To start the application process, applicants are required to register by opening a "My UN" account. Go to Login, and Register as a User. Fill in the form and choose a User Name and Password.

    2. After opening the account, applicants may apply for vacancies using the Personal History Profile (PHP) provided. Once the PHP has been completed for a particular vacancy, it can be saved and used for future applications. The PHP may be up-dated, when necessary, for future applications.

    3. In completing the PHP, please note that all fields marked with an asterisk must be completed.

    4. UN staff members must submit scanned copies of their two latest Performance Appraisal System (PAS) reports at the time of application to the appropriate Human Resources Office (HRO)/Personnel Office (PO) to the email address below, clearly indicating the vacancy announcement number. In case you have no access to the digitizing equipment, please submit hard copies of the two latest PAS reposts to the relevant HRO/PO via fax.

    E-mail: ictr_Personnel@un.org,

    Fax: 1-212-963-2848, 255-27-250 4000, 255-27-250 4373
     
  6. Maxence Melo

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    Job Title: English Court Reporter FSL - 4
    DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS:
    31 January 2008
    ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
    DUTY STATION: Arusha
    VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: AR-07-JLS-CMS-INT-001

    Extension of the appointment is subject to the extension of the mandate and/or the availability of funds.

    Remuneration
    Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits package is offered.

    More Info... http://www.un.org/Depts/OHRM/salaries_allowances/salaries/gs.htm.

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

    Responsibilities
    Under the general supervision of the Chief, Court Management Section and under the direct supervision of the Supervisors of Court
    Reporters, the incumbent shall take verbatim records of court proceedings and produce, in realtime, transcripts of court proceedings.

    1. Take verbatim records of court proceedings in shorthand using a computerized stenotype machine link to a computer. Write
    accurately such that machine shorthand symbols instantly appear on computer screens as text. The legal deliberations are
    often very detailed and complicated, and can be quite difficult to follow.

    2. Transcribe with accuracy the verbatim shorthand records using a computer-assisted transcription system. Compare original
    version of transcribed notes with audio recordings to ensure completeness and accuracy of records. The transcript must
    reflect exactly what transpired during the court proceeding as legal issues and people's fate are at stake.

    3. Proofread transcripts for accuracy. Edit for continuity, logical arrangement, completeness and relevance of material,
    readability, clarity of expression, internal consistency, as well as spelling, punctuation and grammar. Consult witnesses,
    lawyers, courtroom assistants and the librarian to verify spelling of unusual names and to verify Legal Records and
    Precedents quoted in the court Proceedings. Finalize and print transcripts, certifying them as official record.

    4. Collate and transmit the transcripts to the Judicial Records and Archives. These transcripts form part of the official records
    of the trials and are used by the judiciaries for the preparation of all legal documents.

    5. Assume functions of team leaders. Fol ow up on transcript production, ensure rosters are done and fol owed, lodge finished
    transcripts in network folders, TRIM and file same with JRAU.

    6. Keep up-to-date dictionaries and wordlist and maintain shorthand speed and accuracy during non-sitting periods.

    7. Undertake training to improve all professional aspects of the job.

    8. Perform any other duties assigned by the Supervisor.

    Competencies

    Planning and organization: Court Reporters participate in implementing and monitoring systems for the production and proper management of transcripts of the judicial proceeding of the ICTR. Assist in Planning and organizing daily distribution of work of the
    unit and monitor progress. Identify priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required. Use time efficiently.

    Accountability: Deliver outputs for which one has responsibility within prescribed time and quality standards. Follow up on transcript production, ensure rosters are done and followed, lodge finished transcripts in network folders, TRIM and file same with JRAU. In collaboration with the Supervisors, oversees steps taken to ensure quality, efficient and timely production of transcripts.

    Liaise with Judges, Senior Trail Attorneys and Staff within the Section on issues relating to the production of transcripts.

    Communication: Speak and write clearly and effectively. Good knowledge of legal terminology and exposure to courtroom environment. Excel ent grammar and editing skills is required to produce grammatically correct transcripts.

    Creativity: Actively seek to improve Court Reporting services.
    Commitment to continuous training: Assist in Coordinating and participates in setting up legal briefings and trainings aimed at constantly improving their skills and output.

    Teamwork: Liaise with Judges, Senior Trial Attorneys and Staff within the Section on issues relating to the production of transcripts.

    Participate in Implementing and supporting procedures established in collaboration with other units and sections to ensure the physical safety and confidentiality of transcripts before they are disseminated. In collaboration with other sections * Witness and Victim Support Section (Prosecution and Defense), implement court orders for redactions made during proceedings in keeping with guidelines for confidentiality provided in the Rules of Evidence and Procedure.

    Technological awareness: Ability to set up realtime equipment and software (machines, Caseview, etc) in court.

    Other Competencies
    Ability to manage individual performance, show leadership and sound judgement/decision making.

    QUALIFICATIONS


    Education
    A post secondary specialized course in courtroom reporting, or equivalent, followed by intensive training in the occupation.

    Certification as Court Reporter should be obtained by successfully passing any recognized Professional Court Reporters examinations.

    Work Experience
    Realtime writing skills certification or at least 5 years' experience in court reporting coupled with realtime writing skills.

    Languages
    Excellent command of English or French is essential and a good working knowledge of the other is an asset.

    Other Skills
    Advanced shorthand and typing speeds of at least 180 words per minute with 2% margin of error. Ability to use a computerized stenotype system and a computer-assisted transcription system equipped with a specialized dictionary and contemporary editing and text processing software (Case Catalyst). Ability to set up realtime equipment and software (machines, Caseview, etc) in court. Good knowledge of legal terminology and exposure to courtroom environment. Excellent grammar and editing skills is required to produce grammatically correct transcripts. Ability to work under constant pressure and to maintain a high level of speed, accuracy alertness and concentration. Ability to work in a team. Ability to operate in compliance with organizational regulations and rules.

    The United Nations shall place no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. (Charter of the United Nations - Chapter 3, article 8). English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) is a non-smoking environment.

    APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AFTER THE DEADLINE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

    How to apply
    Please send your application to the address, email or fax number indicated below before the deadline.

    International Criminal Tribunal of Rwanda
    Chief, Staff Recruitment Unit, ICTR
    P.O. Box 6016.
    Arusha, Tanzania

    Fax: 255-212-963-2848, 1-27-250 4000, 255-27-250 4373, E-mail: ictr_Personnel@un.org,

    Applications must be submitted using the United Nations Personal History form (P-11). [Search on JamboForums.com to download it]

    The applications should indicate the vacancy announcement number on the application and on the envelope, email or fax.

    Applicants may wish to retain copies of their completed P-11 form for use for future applications.

    Due to the volume of applications received, receipt of offline paper applications cannot be acknowledged individually.

    UN staff members must attach copies of their last two Performance Appraisal System evaluations to their applications.
     
  7. Maxence Melo

    Maxence Melo JF Founder Staff Member

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    Job Title: French Court Reporters FSL - (4 Posts)
    DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 31 January 2008
    ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
    DUTY STATION: Arusha

    VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: AR-07-JLS-CMS-INT-002
    Extension of the appointment is subject to the extension of the mandate and/or the availability of funds.

    Remuneration
    Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits package is offered.

    More Info... http://www.un.org/Depts/OHRM/salaries_allowances/salaries/gs.htm.

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

    Responsibilities
    Under the general supervision of the Chief, Court Management Section and under the direct supervision of the Supervisors of Court Reporters, the incumbent shall take verbatim records of court proceedings and produce, in realtime, transcripts of court proceedings

    1. Take verbatim records of court proceedings in shorthand using a computerized stenotype machine link to a computer. Write accurately such that machine shorthand symbols instantly appear on computer screens as text. The legal deliberations are often very detailed and complicated, and can be quite difficult to follow.

    2. Transcribe with accuracy the verbatim shorthand records using a computer-assisted transcription system. Compare original version of transcribed notes with audio recordings to ensure completeness and accuracy of records. The transcript must reflect exactly what transpired during the court proceeding as legal issues and people's fate are at stake.

    3. Proofread transcripts for accuracy. Edit for continuity, logical arrangement, completeness and relevance of material, readability, clarity of expression, internal consistency, as well as spelling, punctuation and grammar. Consult witnesses, lawyers, courtroom assistants and the librarian to verify spelling of unusual names and to verify Legal Records and Precedents quoted in the court proceedings. Finalize and print transcripts, certifying them as official record.

    4. Collate and transmit the transcripts to the Judicial Records and Archives Unit. These transcripts form part of the official records of the trials and are used by the judiciaries for the preparation of all legal documents.

    5. Assume functions of team leaders. Fol ow up on transcript production, ensure rosters are done and fol owed, lodge finished transcripts in network folders, TRIM and file same with JRAU.

    6. Keep up-to-date dictionaries and wordlist and maintain shorthand speed and accuracy during non-sitting periods.

    7. Undertake training to improve all professional aspects of the job.

    8. Perform any other duties assigned by the Supervisor.

    Competencies
    Planning and organization: Court Reporters participate in implementing and monitoring systems for the production and proper management of transcripts of the judicial proceeding of the ICTR. Assist in Planning and organizing daily distribution of work of the unit and monitor progress. Identify priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required. Use time efficiently.

    Accountability: Deliver outputs for which one has responsibility within prescribed time and quality standards. Follow up on transcript production, ensure rosters are done and followed, lodge finished transcripts in network folders, TRIM and file same with JRAU. In collaboration with the Supervisors, oversees steps taken to ensure quality, efficient and timely production of transcripts.

    Liaise with Judges, Senior Trail Attorneys and Staff within the Section on issues relating to the production of transcripts.

    Communication: Speak and write clearly and effectively. Good knowledge of legal terminology and exposure to courtroom environment. Excel ent grammar and editing skills is required to produce grammatically correct transcripts.

    Creativity: Actively seek to improve Court Reporting services.
    Commitment to continuous training: Assist in coordinating and participate in setting up legal briefings and trainings aimed at constantly improving their skills and output.

    Teamwork: Liaise with Judges, Senior Trial Attorneys and Staff within the Section on issues relating to the production of transcripts.

    Participate in implementing and supporting procedures established in collaboration with other units and sections to ensure the physical safety and confidentiality of transcripts before they are disseminated. In collaboration with other sections * Witnesses and Victims Support Section, implement court orders for redactions made during proceedings in keeping with guidelines for confidentiality provided in the Rules of Evidence and Procedure.

    Technological awareness: Ability to set up realtime equipment and software (machines, Caseview, etc) in court.

    Other Competencies
    Ability to manage individual performance, show leadership and sound judgement/decision making.

    QUALIFICATIONS
    Education
    A post secondary specialized course in "sténotypie" ("Diplôme de sténotypiste de conférence" or "Diplôme de sténographe officielle délivré par le Barreau du Québec" is an asset). Certification as "sténotypiste" should be obtained by successful y passing any
    recognized professional reporters examinations.

    Work Experience
    Preferably 2 years' experience in taking notes and producing transcripts of conferences, seminars, meetings, etc. Experience in a court environment is an asset.

    Languages
    Excellent command of French is essential and a good working knowledge of English is an asset.

    Other Skills
    Advanced shorthand and writing speed of at least 180 words per minute certified by the "Fédération Nationale des Associations de Sténotypistes" * FNAS or 200 words per minute certified by the "Barreau du Québec", or equivalent, and ability to write at the speed
    demonstrated , coupled with 5% margin of error. Ability to use a computerized stenotype system and a computer-assisted transcription system equipped with a specialized dictionary and contemporary editing and text processing software (currently Case Catalyst). Excellent grammar and editing skills is required to produce grammatically correct transcripts.

    Ability to work under constant pressure and to maintain a high level of speed, accuracy, alertness and concentration. Ability to work in a team. Ability to operate in compliance with organizational regulations and rules.

    The United Nations shall place no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. (Charter of the United Nations - Chapter 3, article 8). English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) is a non-smoking environment.

    APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AFTER THE DEADLINE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.How to apply
    Please send your application to the address, email or fax number indicated below before the deadline.

    International Criminal Tribunal of Rwanda
    Chief, Staff Recruitment Unit, ICTR
    P.O. Box 6016.
    Arusha, Tanzania

    Fax: 255-212-963-2848, 1-27-250 4000, 255-27-250 4373, E-mail: ictr_Personnel@un.org,
     
  8. Maxence Melo

    Maxence Melo JF Founder Staff Member

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    JOB TITLE: Associate Legal Officer [Multiple], P-2
    DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 29 Feb 2008
    ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
    DUTY STATION: Arusha

    VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 07-LEG-ICTR-416824-R-ARUSHA

    The appointment is limited to ICTR. Extension of the appointment is subject to extension of the mandate and/or the availability of the funds.

    Remuneration
    Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits package is offered.

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

    Responsibilities
    Under the direction of the assigned Judge of the Tribunal, and under the overall direction and supervision of the Chief, Chambers Support Section, the incumbent will perform the following duties:

    1.Perform legal research regarding international humanitarian law and human rights issues, and provide specialized legal advice, both written and oral. Select and analyze relevant international and national legal materials from identified sources for the preparation of reports or studies.

    2.Draft judicial documents for Judges and Chambers. Prepare legal memoranda on behalf of the Chambers and the Legal Section. Prepare submissions for the Annual Report and the Tribunal Newsletter.

    3.Assist the assigned Judge or the Chamber as necessary with administrative matters relating to the court proceedings. Assist the judiciary during Plenary meetings, participate in Working Groups, and produce minutes of the Plenary meetings.

    4. Draft reports, correspondence, and speeches for the assigned Judge of the Tribunal on legal, political and organizational questions.

    5.Where appropriate and as requested by the assigned judge, provide ad hoc translations of legal documents for the assistance of the assigned judge.

    6.Collaborate effectively with Chambers and other staff at all levels to achieve the goals of the Section in particular and the Tribunal as a whole.

    Competencies
    Planning and organization: Identify priority activities and assignments; adjust priorities as required; use time efficiently.Accountability: Deliver outputs for which one has responsibility within prescribed time and quality standards; operate in compliance with organizational regulations and rules.Creativity: Actively seek to improve services.Communication: Speak and write clearly and effectively. Managing Performance, Leadership, Judgement/Decision making

    QUALIFICATIONS


    Education
    Law degree from a university, with specialization in international criminal law and/or international humanitarian law.

    Work Experience
    At least 4 years of experience in a field related to international criminal law, criminal law or international humanitarian law, with emphasis on legal analysis, research, and writing. Experience in dealing with international criminal law or humanitarian law at the international level highly desirable.

    Languages
    English and French are the working Languages of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). For the post advertised, fluency in oral and written English and/or French is desirable.

    Other Skills
    Knowledge in the use of computer applications.

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

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

    APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AFTER THE DEADLINE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.


    How to apply

    All applicants are strongly encouraged to apply online as soon as possible after the vacancy has been posted and well before the deadline stated in the vacancy announcement. Because applications submitted by United Nations (UN) staff members are considered first, provided the eligibility requirements set out in ST/AI/2002/4 are met and the application is submitted in a timely fashion, staff members should apply within 15-day or 30-day mark.

    Online applications will be acknowledged where an email address has been provided. If you do not receive an e-mail acknowledgement within 24 hours of submission, your application may not have been received. In such cases, please go to "My UN" page and check the status of your application by clicking on "View Application History", and resubmit the application, if necessary.

    1. To start the application process, applicants are required to register by opening a "My UN" account. Go to Login, and Register as a User. Fill in the form and choose a User Name and Password.

    2. After opening the account, applicants may apply for vacancies using the Personal History Profile (PHP) provided. Once the PHP has been completed for a particular vacancy, it can be saved and used for future applications. The PHP may be up-dated, when necessary, for future applications.

    3. In completing the PHP, please note that all fields marked with an asterisk must be completed.

    4. UN staff members must submit scanned copies of their two latest Performance Appraisal System (PAS) reports at the time of application to the appropriate Human Resources Office (HRO)/Personnel Office (PO) to the email address below, clearly indicating the vacancy announcement number. In case you have no access to the digitizing equipment, please submit hard copies of the two latest PAS reposts to the relevant HRO/PO via fax.

    E-mail: ictr_Personnel@un.org,
    Fax: 1-212-963-2848, 255-27-250 4000, 255-27-250 4373
     
  9. Maxence Melo

    Maxence Melo JF Founder Staff Member

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    Job Title: Finance Manager
    Advertiser: Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA)
    Location: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
    DEADLINE OF APPLICATIONS: January 18, 2008

    Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA) in Tanzania invites immediate applications for a Finance Manager. This is a one year contract with potential for extension. MEDA is an association of Christian businesspeople who believe our faith, skills and resources can be used to help overcome poverty. To find out more about our organization, please visit our web site at www.meda.org

    Under contract with the Tanzanian Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, MEDA Tanzania runs the logistics component of the Tanzania National Voucher Scheme (TNVS) funded by the Global Fund and the President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI). MEDA Tanzania is located in Dar es Salaam.

    As part of the Senior Management Team, reporting to the Country Manager and in close association with the MEDA International Finance Team, the Finance Manager will have full responsibility for the finance function. The Finance Manager will ensure the effective and efficient production of financial reports, the processing of accounting transactions (a/P, A/R, payroll), flow of financial information to MEDA headquarters, the management of cash and contract, financial reporting requirements within Tanzania, audit preparation and management, and supervision of staff.

    Qualifications
    • Recognized accounting designation, such as CPA or CGA, and post secondary education in a related discipline: business, marketing, economics. Masters preferred.
    • Experience working in/with a Non-governmental organization, and an understanding of the Tanzanian institutional environment;
    • Three to five years in finance management: staff management, budgeting, and report-writing.
    • Proven and adaptable interpersonal and cross cultural communication skills. Ability to professionally and effectively communicate with individuals at various levels.
    • Excellent leadership skills with particular emphasis to work as a catalyst and facilitator.
    • Appreciation and support of MEDA’s faith, values, mission and purpose.
    • Excellent spoken and written English and Kiswahili desirable
    Send your applications to: jobs@meda.org
     
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    Job Title: Country Director


    Concern Concern Worldwide is a non-governmental, international, humanitarian organisation dedicated to the reduction of suffering and working towards the ultimate elimination of extreme poverty in the world's poorest countries.

    Location: United Republic of Tanzania (Dar-Es-Salaam)
    Closing date: 04 Jan 2008 (Leo leo)

    Job Description

    Reference No: NW/Tan/CD/relief
    Contract Terms: Accompanied
    Language Requirements: Fluent English (written and oral)
    Contract Length: 3 years
    Start Date: Feb 08

    JOB PURPOSE:
    To be responsible for strategic development and effective management of the Concern Worldwide Tanzania country programme in line with Concern Worldwide organisational and country specific strategies, policies and procedures. To represent Concern Worldwide to the Government, donors, other appropriate bodies, agencies and the media

    DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES (including Training Role)

    a) Provide leadership in the overall effective planning and direction of Concern's programme and operations at country level, including leadership and further development of the Senior Management Team.

    b) Overseeing the implementation and annual review of Concern Worldwide Tanzania's Country Strategic Plan (2006-2010)

    c) Continue to build a system of collective as well as individual responsibility through participatory programme management.

    d) Ensuring that Concern Worldwide Tanzania's programmes are properly monitored, evaluated, reported upon and documented in line with:
    - Concern Worldwide policies and procedures,
    - agreed proposal and budget
    - relevant donor guidelines
    - To refine tools and methodologies for better measuring of impact.

    e) Contributing to the formulation and development of Concern's overall organisational policies and directions.

    f) To continue to implement and enhance the funding strategy, trying to ensure a diversified funding base for the Tanzania programme.

    g) Ensure that support systems are in place and functioning in accordance with best practice in order to ensure effective use, transparency and accountability with staff, donors, programme participants and government

    h) Maintain effective communication and reporting, as well as liaise with relevant departments at Concern Worldwide head office in Dublin and with regional advisors.

    i) To represent Concern Worldwide Tanzania and maintain co-ordination and networking relationships with the government, donors and other national and international development actors in Tanzania.

    j) To ensure that formal agreements and certificates (in relation to permission, registration or collaboration) with the government (at both National and District level) are maintained and updated as appropriate.

    k) Be responsible for security and safety of Concern Worldwide Tanzania personnel and resources in Tanzania including ongoing review and implementation of the Country Security Management Plan.

    l) Undertake other responsibilities as may be reasonably requested by the Regional Director.

    PERSON SPECIFICATION

    Essential:
    - Primary degree in relevant area/discipline, e.g. water and environmental health or agriculture/food security.
    - Knowledge of rights based approaches, objective oriented planning, equality (gender) issues, participatory methodologies and advocacy skills
    - At least five years in senior programme management, including staff development/team building and financial management.
    - At least five years overseas experience working in either water and environmental health or agriculture related programmes
    - Experience working in complex social environments
    - Experience of managing substantial and complex budgets
    - Experience of working in partnership and building the capacity of local government institutions and civil society organisations.
    - Experience of human-resources issues
    - Political analysis and the impact of political events or conflict on the social environment and programming
    - Computer literacy
    - Strong leadership skills with sensitivity in dealing with government authorities on critical issues
    - Skills in delegation, time management and prioritising
    - Ability and willingness to work as part of a multi-cultural team
    - A sensitive and constructive approach to advising and mentoring programme staff and partners
    - Excellent oral and written communication skills in English.
    - Good interpersonal skills
    - High degree of self motivation
    - Excellent interpersonal skills
    - Ability to set priorities under pressure
    - Flexibility

    Desirable:
    - Masters degree in relevant field.
    - Post-graduate training in management, organisational development or similar.
    - Knowledge and experience in Tanzania and of Kiswahili
    - Previous experience of working in Tanzania, or Sub-Saharan Africa
    - Experience of advocacy work.
    - Sense of humour.

    Concern has a Staff Code of Conduct and Programme Participant Protection Policy which has been developed to ensure the maximum protection of programme participants from exploitation and to clarify the responsibilities of Concern staff, consultants, visitors to the programme and partner organizations, and the standards of behaviour expected of them.

    Any candidate offered a job with Concern Worldwide will be expected to sign the Programme Participant Protection Policy and the Staff Code of Conduct as an appendix to their contract of employment and conduct themselves in accordance with the provisions in these two documents.

    Concern Worldwide is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.


    Vacancies Contact

    Please submit your application with the reference code NW/Tan/CD/relief via email to hrenquiries@concern.net

    Reference Code: RW_79SJF4-27
     
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    Job Title: Chief of Party, AIDSRelief - I 07 128

    Advertiser: Catholic Relief Services (CRS)

    Location: United Republic of Tanzania (Dar Es Salaam)

    Closing date: 24 Feb 2008


    Job Description


    Estimated Length of Service:
    2-5 years

    Job Background/Summary:

    Catholic Relief Services seeks candidates for a Chief of Party (CoP/Tz) for the USG-funded AIDSRelief Project, based in Tanzania. CRS is the consortium lead for AIDSRelief, a $335 million program to provide increased access to antiretroviral therapy (ART) to persons with HIV/AIDS. The project is funded by the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA), as part of the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). As the lead agency, CRS has the responsibility of managing and coordinating the activities of five consortium members in nine countries, as well as tracking and reporting on these activities to the donor.

    Now in its fourth year of operation, the AIDSRelief program is implemented through nine CRS country offices, one of which is in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The program operates through a decentralized system where country offices are charged with the lead role in program implementation, in-country reporting and decision-making for country activities. CRS as an agency manages the strategic direction, US-based representation, and required reporting to the US-based donor offices for all nine countries. Backstopping and support comes from a team of technicians and management experts based in the CRS East Africa Regional Office in Nairobi, Kenya and CRS headquarters in Baltimore, USA. Tanzania's program is going through a major expansion.

    The CoP/Tz directs all aspects of the Tanzania AIDSRelief program and ensures the goals and objectives of the project in Tanzania are fulfilled, within the context of the guiding principles and values of the AIDSRelief program. The CoP/Tz must be able to provide vision, strategic leadership, management guidance, and overall oversight for successful execution of the annual Country Operating Plan negotiated with USG/Tz. The CoP/Tz ensures that AIDSRelief consortium members maintain a unified identity and implements decisions taken by the Country Management Team. The CoP/Tz is responsible for representation and reporting, sound management of resources and the orientation of the project. The CoP/Tz will provide leadership and strategic direction for the entire team and will need to maintain excellent working relationships with the AIDSRelief Africa team, CRS/HQ AIDSRelief team, AIDSRelief consortium members, the USG in Tanzania, Ministry of Health, and other international organizations as well as with local partners. The CoP/Tz will facilitate the work of the consortium partnership comprised of a team of international and Tanzanian health professionals from multiple international agencies based in Tanzania and the U.S. The CoP/Tz reports to the Tanzania Country Representative with an indirect reporting relationship to the AIDSRelief Deputy Chief of Party for Africa based in Nairobi.

    Responsibilities:

    1. Program Management

    a. Ensures that the AIDSRelief program meets established standards of quality.
    b. Leads in-country governance structure for the AIDSRelief Consortium including a Consortium Management Team (CMT); ensures that meeting minutes are regularly distributed to AIDSRelief staff and partners.
    c. Manages the overall budget in collaboration with the AIDSRelief Project Manager; closely tracks and monitors the effective use of program funds in the overall implementation of the project
    d. Takes the lead in the development of annual Country Operating Plan submissions
    e. Assumes the lead in the development of requests for supplemental funding for AIDSRelief
    f. Ensures that grant and partner agreements are in line with the overall AIDSRelief Tanzania program and in concordance with decisions taken by the Country Management Team and in line with the overall objectives of the AIDSRelief grant.
    g. Conducts periodic field visits to local partner treatment facilities and government offices as needed; become acquainted with key issues associated with overall program efficiency and effectiveness.
    h. Coordinates with other CRS Tanzania programs (e.g. Home Based Care) to insure the best synergy between existing programs and AIDSRelief
    i. Ensures that CRS/Baltimore and the Africa team, AIDSRelief staff and partners, are regularly updated on key activities implemented in Tanzania. In this respect, guide the preparation and dissemination of regular updates and annual reports.
    j. Compiles AIDSRelief regular reports, mid-term and final reports including lessons learned and best practices, and reviews financial reports.

    2. Representation and Coordination

    a. Ensures that Roles and Responsibilities among Consortium members are clearly defined and adhered to;
    b. Leads meetings with other AIDSRelief Consortium Members.
    c. Promotes harmony and smooth working relationship within the consortium and ensures that AIDSRelief Consortium Members operating in Tanzania maintain a unified identity.
    d. Ensures that the USG PEPFAR team in Tanzania, the Government of Tanzania and other major stakeholders are regularly updated on AIDSRelief's activities.
    e. In coordination with the CRS/Tz Country Representative, ensures the ongoing involvement and support of the local Catholic Church in AIDSRelief strategies and project activities.
    f. Prepares reports for USG/Tz, and CRS/HQ.
    g. Represents CRS and AIDSRelief to the local government, USG, PEPFAR implementing partners, UN and other stakeholders as relevant to the ART program.
    h. Fosters relationships between AIDSRelief and other national stakeholders.

    3. Staff development and supervision

    a. Supervises the AIDSRelief Program Manager (s) and liaises closely with the AIDSRelief Senior Finance and Compliance Officer.
    b. Clarifies, communicates and monitors AIDSRelief staff performance standards and expectations.
    c. Develops organizational structure and staff positions as needed to meet the growing scale and specializations of the AIDSRelief program.
    d. Carries out orientations, regular performance coaching and staff performance appraisals as stipulated by CRS Performance Standards.
    e. Encourages and empowers staff to complete tasks in a timely and professional manner across the program.
    f. Holds regular staff meetings to foster strong teamwork, creative problem solving, communication and holistic thinking.
    g. Assists with staff training and development.
    h. Fosters an environment that promotes coordinated and comprehensive effort amongst consortium members.

    4. Sustainability

    a. Coordinates with the AIDSRelief Senior Technical Advisor for Sustainability and ensures implementation of a sustainability plan for AIDSRelief/Tanzania.
    b. Strengthens relationships among AIDSRelief, health management systems of local partner treatment facilities, and consolidate networking with other local faith-based structures including the Christian Social Services Commission (CSSC).
    c. Liaises and strengthen relationship with the Catholic church in collaboration with the Country Representative and Head of Programming.
    d. Coordinates with CRS/TZ HoP to ensure integration/wrap around of HIV & AIDS and Livelihood program interventions.
    e. Identifies potential funding sources for AIDSRelief-supported ART treatment facilities to be accessed following the closure of the project.
    f. Identifies alternative funding sources for key program strategies not covered in the current grant (e.g. nutrition assistance, income-generating activities).
    g. Leads in-country process of PEFPAR2 preparedness and proposal development.

    5. Strategic Issues

    a. Assists with development of CRS Tanzania's HIV/AIDS Strategic Plan, Strategic Program Plan, and Annual Program Plans.
    b. Serves as a member of the CRS/Tz senior management team.
    c. Networks with key Tanzanian agencies and organizations relevant to ART services.

    Key Working Relationships:

    Internal: Program Manager for AIDSRelief/Tanzania, Head of Programming for CRS/Tanzania, CRS/ Tanzania CR, AIDSRelief Regional Technical Staff, AIDSRelief/CRS HQ Program Team, EARO Technical Staff, local consortium members.

    External: Local faith-based agencies, local partner treatment facilities, host country government agencies, donor agencies, and international and Tanzanian non-governmental organizations

    Qualifications:

    1. A medical degree, advanced degree in international development, or a Master of Public Health.
    2. At least 8 years of experience in the strategic management of complex health or development projects, preferably at either a Chief of Party or Deputy Chief of Party level. Specific technical experience in HIV/AIDS is preferred
    3. A least 10 years of developing-country experience with significant work experience in sub-Sahara Africa a plus and a strong preference for significant experience in Tanzania.
    4. Experience managing a large budget.
    5. Proven experience working with USG funded projects. In particular, the successful candidate will be able to manage often competing and concurrent deadlines and requirements originating from CDC Atlanta, CRS/Baltimore and CDC/Tanzania.
    6. First-hand experience working in a large, complex and multi-partner consortium. In particular, the candidate will be able to draw results from all partners while maintaining a strong working relationship and group focus (not just CRS).
    7. Demonstrate commitment to development through local empowerment and work closely with, understand, and support local partner treatment facilities.
    8. Have strong representation, negotiation and diplomatic skills, especially when relating to USAID, Tanzanian government agencies and local partner treatment facilities.
    9. Be a strong team player, be able to inspire staff but have the ability to coach staff as a mentor, and have highly developed interpersonal and multicultural skills.
    10. Be a good listener, have the ability to solicit diverse and counter perspectives, yet be a decisive leader.
    11. Fluent in English, with excellent oral and written communications skills, and possess advanced computer literacy


    Vacancies Contact

    To apply for this position please visit the Catholic Relief Services website at www.crs.org/about/careers/. Regrettably, no emails can be accepted.
    Reference Code: RW_79SLXC-13
     
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  13. Maxence Melo

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    Job Title: Country Programme Director


    Advertiser: HelpAge International (Leading global action on ageing )

    Location:
    United Republic of Tanzania (Dar es Salaam)

    Closing date: 16 Jan 2008

    Job Description

    Contract:
    3 years accompanied contract, with possible extension.

    There are 1.4 million older Tanzanians (60+), and they are among the poorest groups in one of the world’s poorest countries. Pension provision is limited to very few people and is inadequate to meet their needs. There is little government legislation to uphold the rights and ensure care for older people. By 2050 it is expected that there will be more than 8 million older people and this will be 10% of the population. Older people feel that their needs are not understood. Health, food, housing, lack of basic needs, security and lack of family support are some of the issues most commonly raised.

    HelpAge International has been working in Tanzania since the 1980s. Through direct programming and advocacy at national level, the current programme focuses on support to older carers looking after people living with HIV and AIDS as well as orphans and vulnerable children, monitoring the country’s poverty reduction strategy as it relates to older people’s needs, protecting older people from harassment and abuse, upholding their rights in relation to inheritance laws, and developing a framework for social protection.

    The Country Director will be responsible for the development, management and administration of the country programme and will promote the development of a national capacity to meet the needs of older people. With considerable experience of managing a diverse programme of development work, and proven abilities in strategic development and in attracting new donors, you will influence, negotiate, and cooperate with a wide range of people and organisations (including government) at all levels to carry the programme forward.

    Vacancies Contact

    To apply for this position, visit: http://www.helpage.org/Aboutus/WorkingforHelpAgeInternational/Overseasvacancies/mu70

    First interviews begin week of 21st January 2008.
    Reference Code: RW_7A3ERQ-92
     
  14. Maxence Melo

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    Job Title: Assistant Country Director Programmes
    Advertiser: Concern

    Concern Worldwide is a non-governmental, international, humanitarian organisation dedicated to the reduction of suffering and working towards the ultimate elimination of extreme poverty in the world’s poorest countries.


    Location:
    United Republic of Tanzania (Dar es Salaam)

    Reference No: NW/TAN/ACDP/relief
    Contract Terms: Accompanied
    Language Requirements: Fluent written and oral English
    Contract Length: 2 years
    Start Date: ASAP

    Application Deadline:
    25 Jan 08

    JOB PURPOSE
    The ACD-Programmes is a key member of the senior management team in Concern in Tanzania. S/he has responsibility to manage on a day-to-day basis the food security related programmes in the country and assist in the implementation and monitoring of the Country Strategic Plan for Concern in Tanzania and enhance the programming and managerial skills of key Concern staff in Tanzania. S/he deputises for the Country Director as required.

    DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
    (including Training Role)

    Programme Management
    - Line manage and support the Programme Managers in line with agreed performance management procedures and practices
    - Strengthen participatory programme management processes / methods, particularly the planning phase
    - Support the ongoing development of participatory monitoring systems, particularly accountability downwards
    - Maintain quality narrative reporting
    - Co-ordinate programme evaluations, including engaging consultants in line with standard procedures
    - Ensure mainstreaming of equality, HIV/AIDS and Disaster Risk Reduction into programme work
    - Research, analyse and disseminate to staff relevant/new approaches, concepts and frameworks applied to poverty alleviation, as well as information on national government initiatives.
    - Prepare budgets carefully to ensure that the timing and cost of planed work is accurately reflected, while taking relevant donor requirements (if any) into consideration.
    - Ensure that expenditure is authorised prior to payment being made and in accordance with budget, country policies, rules and regulations.

    Staff Development and Organisational Learning
    - Ensure high quality line management support to all staff reporting to this position
    - Develop staff skills in team management, participatory project cycle management, analytical planning etc.
    - Support, advise (and source advice for) programme staff in capacity building of local organizations
    - Ensure sharing of lessons and experiences between programmes
    - Ensure the building of organisational capacity in advocacy
    - Improve Concern’s information sharing and information storage systems
    - Mentor and support the individual identified to take over this post in the second year.

    Networking and Representation
    - Assist Concern to engage at the national level in the food security/agriculture sector, as well as ensure Concern is kept in touch with other agencies, training/academic institutions and networks that can enrich and enhance the quality of our work
    - Represent Concern to government and donors as necessary and appropriate
    - Undertake other responsibilities as may be reasonably requested by the Country Director.

    PERSON SPECIFICATION

    Essential:
    - Primary degree in relevant area/discipline, e.g. agriculture/food security.
    - Masters degree in relevant field.
    - Knowledge of rights based approaches, objective oriented planning, equality (gender) issues, participatory methodologies and advocacy skills
    - At least five years overseas experience working in agriculture/food security related programmes
    - At least three years in senior programme management, including staff development/team building and financial management.
    - Experience working in complex social environments
    - Experience of managing substantial and complex budgets
    - Experience of working in partnership and building the capacity of local government institutions and civil society organisations.
    - Computer literacy
    - Strong leadership skills with sensitivity in dealing with government authorities on critical issues
    - Very strong staff management skills and ability to motivate others and promote accountable among staff
    - Skills in delegation, time management and prioritising
    - Ability and willingness to work as part of a multi-cultural team
    - A sensitive and constructive approach to advising and mentoring programme staff and partners
    - Excellent oral and written communication skills in English.
    - Good interpersonal skills
    - High degree of self motivation
    - Excellent interpersonal skills
    - Ability to set priorities under pressure
    - Flexibility

    Desirable:
    - Training in staff management as well as organisational development or similar
    - Previous experience of working in Tanzania, or Sub-Saharan Africa
    - Experience of advocacy work.
    - Sense of humour

    Concern has a Staff Code of Conduct and Programme Participant Protection Policy which has been developed to ensure the maximum protection of programme participants from exploitation and to clarify the responsibilities of Concern staff, consultants, visitors to the programme and partner organizations, and the standards of behaviour expected of them.

    Any candidate offered a job with Concern Worldwide will be expected to sign the Programme Participant Protection Policy and the Staff Code of Conduct as an appendix to their contract of employment and conduct themselves in accordance with the provisions in these two documents.

    Vacancies Contact
    Concern Worldwide is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community

    Please submit your application with the reference code NW/TAN/ACDP/relief via email to hrenquiries@concern.net

    The deadline for all applications is 25 January 08
    Reference Code: RW_7A4JYT-36
     
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    Job Title : Sales Manager

    Requirements : At least a holder of B.Sc/Eng or advanced diploma in computer science/engineering in computer science from a recognized university/institution or equivalent

    Job Description : Coordinate the sales activities on allocated segments

    Apply To :
    The General ManagerComputech ICS (T) Limited,
    P.O.Box 38057,
    Dar es Salaam

    Email Applications: hr_dept@computech-ics.co.tz

    Closing Date : 21/Jan/2008

    ***********************************************


    Job Title : Sales Executive

    Requirements : At least a holder of B.Sc in computer science or advanced diploma in computer science from a recognized university/institution

    Job Description : Developing a good database of customers

    Apply To:
    The General Manager
    Computech ICS (T) Limited,
    P.O.Box 38057,
    Dar es Salaam

    Email Applications: hr_dept@computech-ics.co.tz

    Closing Date: 21/Jan/2008
     
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