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January 2009 Job Opportunities

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  1. Maxence Melo

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    Job Title: Technical Assistant and Team Leader to Enhance Regional Capacity to Fight Arms, Trafficking and Arms Proliferation

    Employer: COWI A/S (COWI A/S)[International Multidisciplinary Consulting Group]


    Closing date: 15 Apr 2010

    Job Description


    Job resume: COWI is currently preparing a proposal for technical assistance to enhance regional capacity to fight arms trafficking and arms proliferation (SALW).

    The SALW is one out of three components of the Conflict Prevention Management and Resolution Programme (CPMR) funded by the European Development Fund (EDF).

    The purpose of the CPMR Programme is to enhance the capacities of the RIOs of the ESA Region in exercising their CPMR mandates and activities, within a consistent and coordinated continental and regional framework focusing on the key regional factors responsible for conflict proliferation. The expected result of this component is to strengthen regional capacity to fight arms trafficking and arms proliferation (i.e. SALW component). EAC is responsible for the implement of this component where as IGAD is responsible for a component on CPRM and COMESA is responsible for a third component addressing war economy.

    Location: Arusha, Tanzania at the EAC Secretariat

    Duration: Maximum 43.5 months out of 48 calendar months

    Job description: COWI is seeking candidates for the position as a Long-Term Technical Assistant / Team Leader for the technical part of the CMPR programme i.e. enhancing the regional capacity to fight arms trafficking and arms proliferation (SALW). The CPMR programme consists of three components targeting CPMR, SALW and War Economy. The SALW component falls under the responsibility of the EAC. The Team Leader
    Activities of the project will include but will be limited to:
    (1) Establishing a mechanism for reinforcing cooperation amongst the police authorities, Interpol and other security agencies to investigate and prosecute illicit arms dealers;
    (2) Developing cooperation mechanisms between the RIO?s, the ESA states, the EU and the Nairobi Secretariat on Small Arms and Light Weapons in conformity with the Bamako declaration;
    (3) Establishing mechanisms for monitoring the movement of illicit small arms including development of Geographical Information Systems (GIS);
    (4) Support institutional and capacity development of NSAs in fighting arms trafiking and SALW, through training, networking, dialogue;
    (5) Strengthening coordination and collaboration between EAC and AU, between EAC and IGAD/COMESA in the area of CPMR.
    In assisting the EAC realizing the above-mentioned activities, the long-term technical assistant and short-term expertise will help the EAC secretariat ensure efficient, effective and timely implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the EAC programme estimates of the SALW programme. This includes establishing an internal monitoring and evaluation system, as well as frequent coordination with IGAD.

    The Technical Assistant / Team Leader should have the following qualifications and skills:
    - University Masters degree relevant to SALW, Development Cooperation and/or Program Management
    - More than 10 years relevant experience
    - More than 5 years experience as Team Leader/Project Manager for projects comprising both international and local staff
    - Proven track record of formulating, implementing and monitoring of policy dialogue on SALW
    - Experience of demonstrating strong analytical capacity in the field relevant to SALW
    - Excellent command of English as well as communication and report writing skills
    - Proven experience in management of EDF projects

    It will be an asset if s/he has experience:
    - With regional cooperation and integration
    - In the EAC region
    - Programme implementation

    The candidate must of EU or ACP (African, Caribbean and Pacific) nationality.

    Vacancies Contact
    Mr. Nicolaj Sonderbye, Consultant and Chief Project Manager, Human Rights, Migration and Conflict Prevention, Cowi A/S. Email: niso@cowi.com

    Reference Code: RW_7DCFZ7-76


     
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    Job Title: Technical Officer / Monitoring and Evaluation (ME), Dar-es-Salaam

    Employer: WHO

    Grade: P3

    Deadline for application: 23 January 2009

    Contract type:
    Fixed-term appointment

    Duration of contract: One (1) year (with potential to extend)

    Duty Station: Dar-es-Salaam United Republic of Tanzania

    OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME :
    The National AIDS Control (NACP) Epidemiology Unit is charged with coordinating and implementing the monitoring and evaluation national strategy for all HIV intervention and prevention programs in Tanzania. This includes treatment, care and support, prevention of mother to child transmission, counseling and testing, and prevention.

    Description of duties:
    Under the guidance of the WR, WCO HIV/AIDS Country and NACP Manager and in collaboration with development partners working with the Epidemiology Unit, the M&E Programme Advisor will be responsible for assisting in the implementation and ongoing support of program monitoring for all HIV interventions and prevention activities (treatment, care and support, prevention of mother to child transmission, counseling and testing, and prevention) coordinated by NACP. Critical tasks for the M&E Programme Advisor are setting up a program performance monitoring system and ensuring it is implemented effectively by the key stakeholders at national, regional, and/or district levels. He/she sill ensure that links and referrals across HIV interventions are captured and monitored; that supportive supervision activities cross interventions are well-defined and conducted on a routine basis, and he/she will build the capacity for program monitoring to ensure quality services are delivered.

    Reporting to the WR and NACP Manager, the incumbent is supposed to carry out the following tasks:

    1. Assist NACP to finalize and implement its integrated M&E Framework which takes into account prevention, care and treatment interventions;
    2. Develop and implement a capacity building plan including on the job training/coaching for the NACP office and other key partners such as civil society organizations involved in the area of HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment programs monitoring and evaluation;
    3. Support the development and implementation of the overall framework for program monitoring, e.g. supportive supervision, data quality assessments, process monitoring, and lessons learner workshops;
    4. Assist in guiding the process for identify the key performance questions and parameters for monitoring program performance and comparing it to targets;
    5. Provide support to NACP to strengthen its national database data;
    6. Foster participatory planning and program monitoring by training and involving key stakeholders in the monitoring of programs;
    7. Develop close working relationships with all NACP Programme Officers and key stakeholders to establish a shared vision and achieve objectives and ensure linkage and referrals of data for monitoring quality of services;
    8. Strengthen NACP program performance monitoring at sub-national levels;
    9. Undertake regular supportive supervision to the regional and district levels to support implementation of M&E;
    10. Guide the sharing of feedback of M&E findings with NACP program staff at different levels of the national health system and development partners;
    11. Ensure that monitoring data are discussed in an appropriate forum and in a timely manner for follow-up actions;
    12. Facilitate learning exchanges and information dissemination among national officers within the NACP unit;
    13. Provide technical in the review of National HIV/AIDS Health Sector Strategy and National Multisectorial HIV/AIDS Strategy Framework;
    14. Contribute in the development of the Country UNGASS and Universal Access Report;
    15. Assist NACP to coordinate national and international technical assistance aimed to strengthen NACP capacity in the area of M&E;
    16. Assist NACP to identify national priorities for operational research;
    17. Build the capacity of NACP unit to design and implement operational research;
    18. Provide technical assistance in monitoring the performance of the UN Joint Program;
    19. Assist with the implementation of the three ones in Tanzania as required;
    20. Perform other duties required by the WR.
    REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

    Education:

    Advanced degree in Epidemiology.

    Skills:
    Comprehensive knowledge of WHO HIV/AIDS M&E framework at the global and regional levels; High level of technical competence for designing and implementing national integrated HIV/AIDS program monitoring and evaluation within the health sector. Good inter-personal skills.

    Experience:
    Some relevant professional experience in monitoring and evaluating HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment programs within the health sector in developing countries;

    At least 3 years experience in building national capacity to design and implement HIV/AIDS operational research;

    Confirmed experience in leading national endeavors aimed to establish the linkage between quality improvement efforts and M&E within the health sector in developing countries;

    Proven national and international professional credibility in the area of M&E;

    Sustantive experience in leading and managing knowledge product development and dissemination.

    Languages:

    1. Fluency and proficiency in English;
    2. Working knowledge of Swahili will be an advantage.
    Annual salary: (Net of tax)
    52,409 at single rate
    56,145 with primary dependants

    Post Adjustment: 45.6 % of the above figure(s). This percentage is to be considered as indicative since variations may occur each month either upwards or downwards due to currency exchange rate fluctuations or inflation.

    ____________________________________

    A written test and interviews may be used as a form of screening
    ____________________________________

    Online applications are strongly encouraged to enable WHO to store your profile in a permanent database. Please visit WHO's e-Recruitment website at: www.who.int/employment. The system provides instructions for online application procedures. All applicants are encouraged to apply online as soon as possible after the vacancy has been posted and well before the deadline stated in the vacancy announcement.
    ____________________________________

    Applications from women and from nationals of non- and under-represented member states are particularly encouraged. Any appointment/extension of appointment is subject to WHO Staff Regulations, Staff Rules and Manual. Only candidates under serious consideration will be contacted.
    _____________________________________

    To apply off-line:

    Instructions for off-line applications

    ndahayop@afro.who.int; likibia@afro.who.int

    Off-line applications for the vacancy of
    Technical Officer/Monitoring and Evaluation (ME), Tanzania

    Your application must be accompanied by a Personal History Form and sent to the following address - Word Format (English) (French)


    WHO has a smoke-free environment and does not recruit smokers or other tobacco users.
    ______________________________________

    Hopefully you guys wont ring me (Maxence) and request for a job :)
     
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    Job Title: Programme Manager

    Employer: Childreach International [Child-focused community development organisation]

    Closing date: 30 Jan 2009

    Location: United Republic of Tanzania (the) - Moshi

    This post is only open to those who are eligible to live and work in Tanzania

    Childreach International is a pioneering NGO that supports child-centred community projects in developing countries. Childreach uses a combination of innovative locally led projects and a unique direct action approach to fundraising to ensure long term change to the lives of the most vulnerable children and families. We support clean water, child health and nutrition, alternative education and child protection projects that are sustainable and have the widest possible impact.

    Position Description:
    The primary purpose of this role is to develop Childreach International's East Africa Regional Office from an embryonic stage to its full potential. The successful candidate will also draw-up a regional strategic plan, ensuring that resources are deployed in an accountable and transparent manner.

    As director of Childreach International's local partnerships in Tanzania and Uganda you will be expected to build upon successful grassroots initiatives to tackle child poverty.

    Your experience of managing budgets, monitoring existing projects and forging new links with local partners, will allow you to deliver results that bring real change to the lives of Stakeholders.

    Minimum Requirements:
    BA/BSc and 6-7 years relevant experience with international development programs; or MA/MSc in community development or related field and 4-5 years relevant experience; or PhD/MD and 3-4 years relevant experience with international development programs. Overseas field experience required; English and Kiswahili language skills required.

    How to apply
    Please send an up to date CV with a covering letter outlining what qualities you think you will bring to the role.
    dan@childreach.org.uk
    Reference Code: RW_7MQNAB-37

     
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    BoT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

    The Bank of Tanzania, Tanzania’s central bank, is looking for suitably qualified Tanzanian citizens of high personal integrity to fill the following vacant positions at its Head Office, Dar es Salaam:

    1. ECONOMIST III/II– DIRECTORATE OF ECONOMIC POLICY (2 POSITIONS)

    Reports to: Head of Division/Section

    Purpose of the Job: This position provides an important link between macroeconomic behaviour and relevant policy measures within the mandate of the Bank of Tanzania. It should therefore, timely and accurately, inform the Bank of Tanzania about current and future behaviour of relevant macroeconomic aggregates; while at the same time provide advice on appropriate policy responses with a view to achieve and maintain price stability.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • To collect and compile economic statistics for various purposes;
    • To analyse and interpret various economic statistics with a view to generate monetary, financial as well as general economic reports, including various publications.
    • To conduct studies on specified economic matters that are relevant to policy and contribute positively in achieving the Bank of Tanzania research agenda.
    • To perform any other related duties as assigned by supervisors from time to time.
    Required Competences and Experience:

    • Knowledge in macroeconomics, competence in monetary and fiscal matters will have an added advantage.
    • Ability to communicate clearly and logically in writing and verbally often in contentious situations.
    • Strong interpersonal skills.
    • Ability to work independently, accurately and to tight schedules.
    • Computer literacy.
    Education/Professional Qualifications:

    1. Masters of Arts/Masters of Science in Economics from a reputable University.
    2. PhD. Economics with a bias in Macroeconomics will be an added advantage.
    Age Limit:
    Age not above 40 years for PhD holders and not above 35 years for Masters’ degree holders.

    Specific Job Requirements:
    Ability to work beyond normal business working hours and meet deadlines.

    Personal Attributes:

    • Team player with the ability to work independently.
    • Self motivated, able to remain calm under pressure.
    • Resilient
    • Committed to deliver work of a high standard.
    REMUNERATION:
    A competitive remuneration package will be offered to successful candidates. The entry point will depend on qualifications and relevant work experience.

    MODE OF APPLICATION:
    All applications must include a detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) with email address, a reliable postal address and telephone numbers, copies of relevant certificates/testimonials/transcripts, and names of two professional referees.
    All educational/professional certificates must be from accredited institutions which are recognized by the Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU), the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE), the National Examinations Council of Tanzania or other
    relevant bodies.

    Applications must be addressed to:
    Deputy Governor (AIC),
    Bank of Tanzania,
    P.O. Box 2939
    Dar es Salaam.

    CLOSING DATE:
    Three weeks after the first appearance of this advertisement in
    newspapers. (Count from Dec 15th 2008).

    NB: Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.
     
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    BoT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

    The Bank of Tanzania, Tanzania’s central bank, is looking for suitably qualified Tanzanian citizens of high personal integrity to fill the following vacant positions at its Head Office, Dar es Salaam:

    1. SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN III/II SYSTEMS OPERATIONS
    DEPARTMENT (2 POSITIONS)

    Reports to: Head of Division/Section

    Purpose of the Job: The candidate will carry out services and maintenance of Bank’s specialized currency processing machines and advice the head of section on the status of the machines at any time.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • To conduct services and maintenance to ensure affective and efficient day to day running of Banknote Processing Machines.
    • To conduct maintenances of Destruction Systems and other specialized systems in banking and currency functions.
    • To perform diagnosis and testing of parts.
    • To provide technical backup support and advice to systems users.
    • To monitor and oversee quality assurance activities on machine
    Required Competences and Experience:

    • Ability to work accurately and under minimum supervision
    • At least two years practical work experience in related field
    • Knowledge of hydraulic and pneumatics.
    • Ability to effectively communicate and work with various levels of staff.
    • Computer literacy.
    • Good reporting and writing skills.
    Education/Professional Qualifications:

    1. Possession of Full Technician Certificate or Advance Diploma in
      Electrical, Mechanical or Electro Mechanical Engineering.
    2. A knowledge of hydraulic and pneumatics will be an added advantage.
    Age Limit:
    Age not above 35 years.

    Specific Job Requirements:
    Ability to work beyond normal business working hours and meet deadlines.

    Personal Attributes:

    • A good team player with ability to work independently and be
      committed to deliver a work of high quality at the agreed time frame.
    • Self motivated, able to remain calm under pressure.
    REMUNERATION:
    A competitive remuneration package will be offered to successful
    candidates. The entry point shall depend on qualifications and relevant
    experience.

    MODE OF APPLICATION:
    All applications must include a detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) with email address, a reliable postal address and telephone numbers, copies of relevant certificates/testimonials/transcripts, and names of two professional referees.

    All educational/professional certificates must be from accredited institutions which are recognized by the Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU), the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE), the National Examinations Council of Tanzania or other
    relevant bodies.

    Applications must be addressed to:
    Deputy Governor (AIC),
    Bank of Tanzania,
    P.O. Box 2939
    Dar es Salaam.

    CLOSING DATE:
    Three weeks after the first appearance of this advertisement in
    newspapers. (Count from Dec 15th 2008).

    NB: Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.
     
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    Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA)


    EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

    INTRODUCTION

    Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) was established under the Tanzania Revenue Authority Act No.11 0f 1995.The Authority is a semi-autonomous agency of the Government responsible for the administration of the Central Government taxes as well as several non-tax revenues.

    TRA would like to recruit dynamic, experienced and qualified personnel to fill vacant positions in the Departments of Taxpayer Services and Education, Internal Audit and Customs and Excise. Applications are therefore invited from suitably qualified Tanzanians for the following position:

    A. TAXPAYER SERVICE OFFICERS

    1.0 Purpose of the job

    To act as the first point of contact for the Authority and to provide assistance to taxpayers by responding to their tax complaints and enquiries as well as to address education needs of taxpayers in their areas of duty.

    2.0 Major activities of the Job

    • Respond promptly to general enquiries and complaints from taxpayers.

    • Organize and conduct taxpayer education programmes either alone or in collaboration with the Zonal Principal Taxpayer Education Officer.


    • Conduct outreach programme to taxpayers and the general public at trade centres, designated tax blocks and to secondary schools and college students.

    • Ensure that Taxpayer Help Desks are well managed by ensuring that they meet customers/taxpayers expectations and needs in terms of publications, publicity materials and one on one assistance to taxpayers.


    • Provide explanation and interpretation of tax educational materials to taxpayers and the general public through seminars, meetings or telephone.

    • Distribute the Tax Perception and Contact Cards to taxpayers, analyse and compile responses from the Cards and provide recommendations to the regional management and Head office for appropriate action.

    • Organize Stakeholders Forum meetings with taxpayers of the respective region.

    • Conduct regular Customer Care training programmes to TRA staffs at their duty station/region.
    • Write articles about their areas or general tax issues for inclusion in the Revenews magazine

    • Perform Public Relations and Protocol functions in the regions.

    3.0 Minimum job requirements.

    3.1 Qualification
    Applicants must be a university graduate or graduates from institutions of higher learning in Business Administration, B.Com, and Advanced Diploma in Tax Management or Accountancy.

    3.2 Experience

    Applicants must have three years work experience in tax administration in tax consultancy firms, clearing and forwarding firms or from tax training institutions/colleges.

    Teaching skills is an added advantage.

    3.3 Key competencies
    • Communication skills (Fluent in English and Swahili, report writing and negotiation)
    • Customer care/service skills
    • Interpersonal skills
    • Computer literate
    • High integrity
    • Self driven and result oriented
    • Fast learner and with good judgement
    • Team player










    B. ASSISTANT TAXPAYER SERVICE OFFICERS

    1.0 Purpose of the job
    To provide assistance to taxpayers so as to enable them fulfil their tax obligations, and ensure quality service is provided in their working areas.

    2.0 Major activities of the job:-
    • Manage Taxpayer Front/Help desks in high traffic offices/areas like major border stations or airports which have no Taxpayer Service Officers by providing accurate and complete responses to taxpayer enquiries.

    • Organize taxpayers' awareness programmes either to small groups of stakeholders or to one on one individual taxpayers and keep record of these programmes.


    • Identify special taxpayer education and service needs at the work stations in order to improve the level of service delivery.

    • Assist in collecting feedback from taxpayers on services delivered by TRA and prepare a report with recommendations to station supervisors/managers.

    • Perform protocol issues at their duty stations.

    • Provide inputs for inclusion in the TRA magazine and newsletter.

    • Conduct customer care training programmes to staff at their stations.

    3.0 Minimum job requirements

    3.1 Qualifications
    Applicants must have a degree in Business Administration, BCom, Advanced Diploma in Tax Administration or its equivalent. Knowledge in Customer Care training or Public Relations or Communication Skills is an added advantage.

    3.2 Key competencies

    • Communication skills (Fluent in English and Swahili, report writing and negotiation)
    • Customer care/service skills
    • Interpersonal skills
    • Computer literate
    • High integrity
    • Self driven and result oriented
    • Fast learner and with good judgement
    • Team player

    C. INTERNAL AUDITORS

    1.0 Purpose of the job

    To conduct audit of assigned segments of internal audit projects or information systems and to document appropriate working papers, and assist the Team Leader in writing audit reports.

    2.0 Major activities of the job

    a. Accumulates, verifies and analyses available data, to determine that activities audited comply with TRA regulations and procedures.
    b. Tests the accuracy of the transactions he audits.
    c. Evaluates the adequacy of internal control in the areas he is assigned to audit.
    d. Compares actual results with planned or budgeted amounts.
    e. Prepares audit findings data sheets and time reports.
    f. Observes actual practices and evaluate operating techniques to identify existing and potential problem areas.
    g. Identifies causes or contributing factors relating to findings and recommend possible solutions or improvements.
    h. Reviews and appraises soundness, adequacy and application of accounting, financial and other operating controls as well as promoting effective controls at reasonable cost in computerized systems.
    i. Evaluates data compiled during information systems audits and prepares report opinion of findings and recommends corrective action.
    j. Assists in conducting a survey of each new operating function and recommends the audit procedures to be followed in operational and post implementation information systems audits.
    k. Performs any other duties as may be assigned by Supervisor.

    3.0 Minimum job requirements

    3.1 Qualifications
    Possession of full professional accounting or auditing qualifications such as CPA (T), CISA, ACCA, ACA, CIA or equivalent.

    3.2 Experience
    The applicant must have at least a three years work experience in auditing.




    3.3 Key competencies

    • Communication skills (Fluent in English and Swahili, report writing and negotiation)
    • Customer care/service skills
    • Interpersonal skills
    • Computer literate
    • High integrity
    • Analytical Skills
    • Self driven and result oriented
    • Fast learner and with good judgement
    • Team player

    D. INFORMATION SYSTEM AUDITORS

    1.0 Purpose

    To conduct audit of assigned segments of internal audit projects or information systems and to document appropriate working papers, and assist the Team Leader in writing audit reports.

    2.0 Major activities of the job

    a. Evaluate Information System reliability, security and integrity including Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plans.
    b. Evaluate the adequacy of internal control in Information Systems
    c. Provide advice on IT controls and Security at all stages of systems development, from design to post implementation or as required by Management.
    d. Accumulate, verify and analyse available data, to determine that activities audited comply with TRA regulations and procedures.
    e. Prepare audit findings data sheets and time reports.
    f. Observe actual practices and evaluate operating techniques to identify existing and potential problem areas.
    g. Identifies causes or contributing factors relating to findings and recommend possible solutions or improvements.
    h. Review and appraise soundness, adequacy and application of operating controls as well as promoting effective controls at reasonable cost in computerized systems.
    i. Evaluate data compiled during information systems audits and prepare report opinion of findings and recommend corrective action.
    j. Assist in providing IT related assistance to other Internal Auditors and training on effective use of CAATS.
    k. Perform any other duties as may be assigned by Supervisor.

    3.0 Minimum job requirements

    3.1 Qualifications
    Holder of a University degree or equivalent in computer science or information systems, or Bsc Engineering in Electronics or Telecommunication plus at least three years of relevant experience in Information System or Audit Department. Possession of CISA, CIA, CGEIT or equivalent will be an added advantage.

    Note: A successful candidate should be prepared to sit and pass professional certification examinations like, CISA, CIA, or CGEIT within one year of employment.

    3.2 Experience

    The applicant must have at least three years of relevant experience in Information System or Audit Department.

    3.3 Key competencies

    • Communication skills (Fluent in English and Swahili, report writing and negotiation)
    • Customer care/service skills
    • Interpersonal skills
    • Computer literate
    • High integrity
    • Self driven and result oriented
    • Fast learner and with good judgement
    • Team player

    E. RATING

    1.0 Purpose of the job

    To undertake minor repair work, perform both engine and Deck duties and maintain cleanliness in the patrol boat

    2.0 Major activities of the job

    a. Inspect boat equipments e.g checking and testing radar, GPS, compass etc
    b. Warm up engine and auxiliaries
    c. Pump out water from the engine room
    d. Clean the propeller blades and overhaul
    e. Navigate and perform bridge watch-keeping duties
    f. Perform other related duties assigned by supervisor


    3.0 Minimum job requirements

    3.1 Qualifications
    The applicant must have a form IV certificate and should be a holder of EDH certificate from a recognised Institute and should not be more than forty (40) years old.

    3.2 Experience
    The applicant must have a minimum of five years of similar work experience preferably who have served as Bosun on deck or Buson engine room.

    3.3 Key competencies
    • Energetic and able to work for long hours
    • Communication skills (Fluent in English and Swahili, report writing and negotiation)
    • Customer care/service skills
    • Interpersonal skills
    • Computer literate
    • High integrity
    • Self driven and result oriented
    • Fast learner and with good judgement
    • Team player

    REMUNERATION
    An attractive remuneration package will be offered to the successful candidate.

    TRA EMPLOYEES
    TRA employees who meet the requirements of these posts may also apply.

    MODE OF APPLICATION
    Applications should include contact telephone numbers and be accompanied with Curriculum Vitae and copies of relevant certificates, passport size photograph of the applicant recently taken and the names and reliable contact address (including telephone numbers) of three reputable referees. The application should reach the undersigned by 14th January; 2009.Applicants who will not be contacted should regard themselves as unsuccessful.


    COMMISSIONER GENERAL
    TANZANIA REVENUE AUTHORITY
    P.O BOX 11491,
    DAR-ES-SALAAM
     
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    Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA)


    EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

    INTRODUCTION

    Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) was established under the Tanzania Revenue Authority Act No.11 0f 1995.The Authority is a semi-autonomous agency of the Government responsible for the administration of the Central Government taxes as well as several non-tax revenues.

    TRA would like to recruit dynamic, experienced and qualified personnel to fill vacant positions in the Departments of Taxpayer Services and Education, Internal Audit and Customs and Excise. Applications are therefore invited from suitably qualified Tanzanians for the following position:

    A. TAXPAYER SERVICE OFFICERS

    1.0 Purpose of the job

    To act as the first point of contact for the Authority and to provide assistance to taxpayers by responding to their tax complaints and enquiries as well as to address education needs of taxpayers in their areas of duty.

    2.0 Major activities of the Job

    • Respond promptly to general enquiries and complaints from taxpayers.

    • Organize and conduct taxpayer education programmes either alone or in collaboration with the Zonal Principal Taxpayer Education Officer.


    • Conduct outreach programme to taxpayers and the general public at trade centres, designated tax blocks and to secondary schools and college students.

    • Ensure that Taxpayer Help Desks are well managed by ensuring that they meet customers/taxpayers expectations and needs in terms of publications, publicity materials and one on one assistance to taxpayers.


    • Provide explanation and interpretation of tax educational materials to taxpayers and the general public through seminars, meetings or telephone.

    • Distribute the Tax Perception and Contact Cards to taxpayers, analyse and compile responses from the Cards and provide recommendations to the regional management and Head office for appropriate action.

    • Organize Stakeholders Forum meetings with taxpayers of the respective region.

    • Conduct regular Customer Care training programmes to TRA staffs at their duty station/region.
    • Write articles about their areas or general tax issues for inclusion in the Revenews magazine

    • Perform Public Relations and Protocol functions in the regions.

    3.0 Minimum job requirements.

    3.1 Qualification
    Applicants must be a university graduate or graduates from institutions of higher learning in Business Administration, B.Com, and Advanced Diploma in Tax Management or Accountancy.

    3.2 Experience

    Applicants must have three years work experience in tax administration in tax consultancy firms, clearing and forwarding firms or from tax training institutions/colleges.

    Teaching skills is an added advantage.

    3.3 Key competencies
    • Communication skills (Fluent in English and Swahili, report writing and negotiation)
    • Customer care/service skills
    • Interpersonal skills
    • Computer literate
    • High integrity
    • Self driven and result oriented
    • Fast learner and with good judgement
    • Team player










    B. ASSISTANT TAXPAYER SERVICE OFFICERS

    1.0 Purpose of the job
    To provide assistance to taxpayers so as to enable them fulfil their tax obligations, and ensure quality service is provided in their working areas.

    2.0 Major activities of the job:-
    • Manage Taxpayer Front/Help desks in high traffic offices/areas like major border stations or airports which have no Taxpayer Service Officers by providing accurate and complete responses to taxpayer enquiries.

    • Organize taxpayers’ awareness programmes either to small groups of stakeholders or to one on one individual taxpayers and keep record of these programmes.


    • Identify special taxpayer education and service needs at the work stations in order to improve the level of service delivery.

    • Assist in collecting feedback from taxpayers on services delivered by TRA and prepare a report with recommendations to station supervisors/managers.

    • Perform protocol issues at their duty stations.

    • Provide inputs for inclusion in the TRA magazine and newsletter.

    • Conduct customer care training programmes to staff at their stations.

    3.0 Minimum job requirements

    3.1 Qualifications
    Applicants must have a degree in Business Administration, BCom, Advanced Diploma in Tax Administration or its equivalent. Knowledge in Customer Care training or Public Relations or Communication Skills is an added advantage.

    3.2 Key competencies

    • Communication skills (Fluent in English and Swahili, report writing and negotiation)
    • Customer care/service skills
    • Interpersonal skills
    • Computer literate
    • High integrity
    • Self driven and result oriented
    • Fast learner and with good judgement
    • Team player

    C. INTERNAL AUDITORS

    1.0 Purpose of the job

    To conduct audit of assigned segments of internal audit projects or information systems and to document appropriate working papers, and assist the Team Leader in writing audit reports.

    2.0 Major activities of the job

    a. Accumulates, verifies and analyses available data, to determine that activities audited comply with TRA regulations and procedures.
    b. Tests the accuracy of the transactions he audits.
    c. Evaluates the adequacy of internal control in the areas he is assigned to audit.
    d. Compares actual results with planned or budgeted amounts.
    e. Prepares audit findings data sheets and time reports.
    f. Observes actual practices and evaluate operating techniques to identify existing and potential problem areas.
    g. Identifies causes or contributing factors relating to findings and recommend possible solutions or improvements.
    h. Reviews and appraises soundness, adequacy and application of accounting, financial and other operating controls as well as promoting effective controls at reasonable cost in computerized systems.
    i. Evaluates data compiled during information systems audits and prepares report opinion of findings and recommends corrective action.
    j. Assists in conducting a survey of each new operating function and recommends the audit procedures to be followed in operational and post implementation information systems audits.
    k. Performs any other duties as may be assigned by Supervisor.

    3.0 Minimum job requirements

    3.1 Qualifications
    Possession of full professional accounting or auditing qualifications such as CPA (T), CISA, ACCA, ACA, CIA or equivalent.

    3.2 Experience
    The applicant must have at least a three years work experience in auditing.




    3.3 Key competencies

    • Communication skills (Fluent in English and Swahili, report writing and negotiation)
    • Customer care/service skills
    • Interpersonal skills
    • Computer literate
    • High integrity
    • Analytical Skills
    • Self driven and result oriented
    • Fast learner and with good judgement
    • Team player

    D. INFORMATION SYSTEM AUDITORS

    1.0 Purpose

    To conduct audit of assigned segments of internal audit projects or information systems and to document appropriate working papers, and assist the Team Leader in writing audit reports.

    2.0 Major activities of the job

    a. Evaluate Information System reliability, security and integrity including Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plans.
    b. Evaluate the adequacy of internal control in Information Systems
    c. Provide advice on IT controls and Security at all stages of systems development, from design to post implementation or as required by Management.
    d. Accumulate, verify and analyse available data, to determine that activities audited comply with TRA regulations and procedures.
    e. Prepare audit findings data sheets and time reports.
    f. Observe actual practices and evaluate operating techniques to identify existing and potential problem areas.
    g. Identifies causes or contributing factors relating to findings and recommend possible solutions or improvements.
    h. Review and appraise soundness, adequacy and application of operating controls as well as promoting effective controls at reasonable cost in computerized systems.
    i. Evaluate data compiled during information systems audits and prepare report opinion of findings and recommend corrective action.
    j. Assist in providing IT related assistance to other Internal Auditors and training on effective use of CAATS.
    k. Perform any other duties as may be assigned by Supervisor.

    3.0 Minimum job requirements

    3.1 Qualifications
    Holder of a University degree or equivalent in computer science or information systems, or Bsc Engineering in Electronics or Telecommunication plus at least three years of relevant experience in Information System or Audit Department. Possession of CISA, CIA, CGEIT or equivalent will be an added advantage.

    Note: A successful candidate should be prepared to sit and pass professional certification examinations like, CISA, CIA, or CGEIT within one year of employment.

    3.2 Experience

    The applicant must have at least three years of relevant experience in Information System or Audit Department.

    3.3 Key competencies

    • Communication skills (Fluent in English and Swahili, report writing and negotiation)
    • Customer care/service skills
    • Interpersonal skills
    • Computer literate
    • High integrity
    • Self driven and result oriented
    • Fast learner and with good judgement
    • Team player

    E. RATING

    1.0 Purpose of the job

    To undertake minor repair work, perform both engine and Deck duties and maintain cleanliness in the patrol boat

    2.0 Major activities of the job

    a. Inspect boat equipments e.g checking and testing radar, GPS, compass etc
    b. Warm up engine and auxiliaries
    c. Pump out water from the engine room
    d. Clean the propeller blades and overhaul
    e. Navigate and perform bridge watch-keeping duties
    f. Perform other related duties assigned by supervisor


    3.0 Minimum job requirements

    3.1 Qualifications
    The applicant must have a form IV certificate and should be a holder of EDH certificate from a recognised Institute and should not be more than forty (40) years old.

    3.2 Experience
    The applicant must have a minimum of five years of similar work experience preferably who have served as Bosun on deck or Buson engine room.

    3.3 Key competencies
    • Energetic and able to work for long hours
    • Communication skills (Fluent in English and Swahili, report writing and negotiation)
    • Customer care/service skills
    • Interpersonal skills
    • Computer literate
    • High integrity
    • Self driven and result oriented
    • Fast learner and with good judgement
    • Team player

    REMUNERATION
    An attractive remuneration package will be offered to the successful candidate.

    TRA EMPLOYEES
    TRA employees who meet the requirements of these posts may also apply.

    MODE OF APPLICATION
    Applications should include contact telephone numbers and be accompanied with Curriculum Vitae and copies of relevant certificates, passport size photograph of the applicant recently taken and the names and reliable contact address (including telephone numbers) of three reputable referees. The application should reach the undersigned by 14th January; 2009.Applicants who will not be contacted should regard themselves as unsuccessful.


    COMMISSIONER GENERAL
    TANZANIA REVENUE AUTHORITY
    P.O BOX 11491,
    DAR-ES-SALAAM
     
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    Grumeti Reserves
    Serengeti, Tanzania

    Sasakwa Lodge Manager

    Grumeti Reserves Ltd, a world class hospitality company, is looking for a highly qualified, experienced and motivated person to fill the position of Lodge Manager, who will manage the lodge and thereby create a profound guest experience, in line with the service vision and creative concepts of the Lodge

    Requirements & Personal Attributes

    • The applicant must be a holder of recognized Masters Degree/Bachelor Degree/Postgraduate diploma in the hospitality industry
    • A minimum of 8 year's work experience - ideally 2 years as a trainee and 4 in a well recognized five star hotel or world class lodge, as a manager. Must have five star background
    • Exceptional Food and Beverage knowledge
    • Financial management ability
    • A hardworking, co-operative manner
    • High standards of service excellence and a passion for the industry
    • Attention to detail
    • Excellent communication skills (English and Kiswahili
    • Good computer literacy
    • Excellent management ability and communication skills
    • A clear understanding of basic labour law and disciplinary procedures
    • A developmental approach to staff
    • Assertiveness, patience and good organizational skills
    • Understanding of house keeping and maintenance procedures
    • An awareness of developments within the food and lodge industries, as well as international trends in hospitality
    • A valid driver's licence with at least 6 years driving experience.
    • The candidate must be comfortable working and living in a remote environment Tanzanian nationality would be advantageous.
    A competitive salary, commensurate with qualifications and experience, will be offered to the successful candidate.

    Applications can be submitted by email to
    jobapplication001 @ gmail.com or to the undersigned to arrive not latter than two weeks after the first release. (Only a week left)

    Applicants applying by postal mail can send both applications and detailed CV through either one of the following address

    Human Resources Manager
    P. O BOX 0
    Arusha

    Or

    P. O Box 65
    Mugumu.

    Only short listed candidates will be contacted for interview
     
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    Hapa sijaelewa, ina maana hii application closing date yake ndiyo?
     
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    Organisation: INDEPTH Network

    Sector: Health Research Management

    Job Level:
    Senior

    Location: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

    Opportunity Details

    INDEPTH is an independent, non-governmental not-for-profit international organisation currently working with 37 community-based health and demographic surveillance system (HDSS) sites in 19 countries in Africa, Asia, Central America and Oceania, to provide health, social and demographic data and research to enable developing countries set, among others, health priorities and policies, based on scientific evidence.

    The INDEPTH Effectiveness and Safety Studies (INESS) is a project of the INDEPTH Network and comprises a number of autonomous research groups, working together to plan and execute a programme of work that will provide the needed information on effectiveness and safety of ACTs to the national malaria programme managers for policy making.

    The INESS core management will provide the administrative support for the whole platform. We are seeking a scientist with a strong background in public health or related field as a Project Manager to manage and co-ordinate the activities of INESS, which will be based at Ifakara Health Institute, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

    The Project Manager will work closely with the Principal Investigator, the INDEPTH Secretariat in Accra, and the research partners of the Platform to execute the scientific agenda of INESS. He or she will be expected to travel extensively to the different partner institutions.

    Tasks/Responsibilities:

    1. Management and implementation of the project, in collaboration with INDEPTH and a wide range of other stakeholders

    2. Under the supervision of the PI, ensure the effective and efficient scientific management of INESS which entails:


    • Plan and lead the scientific coordination of INESS among all parties;
    • Coordinate the development of the individual study proposals and prepare for implementation;
    • Liaise and coordinate the activities of the various task teams of INESS;
    • Organize the annual INESS Investigator's meeting and other meetings required to discuss cross-cutting issues/initiatives;
    • Produce consolidated INESS Project reports for the (under and governments, induding scientific, financial and research to policy reporting;
    • Ensure effective communication and management of the project's focal points in the various countries;
    • Monitor on-going projects, produce progress reports and annual reports, distill and share lessons leamt;
    • Promote vision, mission and strategic goals of INDEPTH and INESS;
    • Manage staff, consultants and others and support in-service capacity development/strengthening plans;
    • Prepare Annual Plans within the context of the Strategic Plan;
    • Organize conference calls as required, and subsequent production of minutes and reports;
    • Ensure communication/liaison with INDEPTH management and all partners and stake holders; and
    • Undertake other tasks as required by INDEPTH management necessary for the successful implementation of the project.
    Qualifications/Personal requirements:

    • A scientific background at Masters Degree level in areas such as Public Health, Medicine, OR in Sociology, Development, Demographics, or related science disciplines. A Doctorate Degree is an added advantage.
    • Experience in project implementation, preferably in the field of malaria or other communicable diseases control in Africa would be useful. Experience in networking with NGOs and Government organizations. Three-five years of post-graduate experience in the relevant field.
    • Knowledge and proven experience in strategic planning, resource mobilization and management, including human resource management Experience in managing projects. Clear organizational and administrative abilities. Experience in financial management systems and budgeting.
    • Experience working with people of different cultural, religious, political backgrounds, and those at community level will be an asset. Excellent team building, IT, presentation, written and spoken communication skills in English. Knowledge of French and/or Portuguese would be an advantage.
    Submission Instructions
    Interested candidates should send an application with full curriculum vitae by e-mail including the names of 3 referees to Dr. Osman Sankoti, Executive Director, INDEPTH Network, using email address:
    osman.sankoh @ indepth-network.org by January 10th, 2009.

    Interviews will be conducted in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania on January 25th-26th. 2009,
     
  12. Maxence Melo

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    Child Survival & Development Specialist (NO3), Zanzibar

    The United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) Tanzania is seeking the interest of a qualified and highly experienced Child Survival & Development Specialist responsible for planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the assigned programme/project (s) within the Zanzibar Programme.

    Key Responsibilities include:

    1. Contribute towards the preparation of the Situation Analysis by compiling data, analyzing and evaluating information, and writing chapters of the Analysis.

    2. Design, prepare, implement, monitor and evaluate assigned programme of specific project(s) especially in the area of improving access to and utilization of cost-effective and quality service in the area of health, nutrition, psychosocial development, water and sanitation. Support the Department of Disaster Management to prepare and implement an Emergency Preparedness and Response Plan. Provide technical advice and assistance to government officials and other partners in the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of programme/projects related to young child survival and development.

    3. Prepare sectoral inputs for the Country Programme Document (CPD), Plans of Action, and Results Matrix Table. Prepare programme/project status reports required for the senior management, donors, budget review, programme analysis, and annual reports.

    4. Undertake field visits to monitor programmes, as well as conduct periodic programme reviews with government counterparts and other partners. Analyze and evaluate data to ensure achievement of objectives and/or take corrective action when necessary to meet programme/project objectives. Propose and/or undertake action on operational procedures affecting project implementation and management

    5. Participate in the development of the sectoral work plan; ensure compliance to specific assigned objectives. Provide guidance and support to staff in meeting project objectives.

    6. Assist Government authorities to plan and organize training programmes. Identify training needs and objectives for the purpose of capacity building, programme sustainability as well as promotion and advocacy.

    7. Meet with national and international agencies covering the management of programme/projects. Participate in meetings with ministries responsible for programme/project review and follow-up on implementation of recommendations and agreements.

    8. Coordinate with the Operations/Supply staff on supply and non-supply assistance activities ensuring proper and timely UNICEF and Government accountability. Certify disbursements of funds, monitor and submit financial status report to the Zanzibar Programme Manager.

    9. Participate in intersectoral collaboration with other programme colleagues. Assist in development of appropriate communication and information strategy to support and/or advocate programme development at national and local level.

    10. Write project proposals to donors for funding to contribute to the leverage of resources for the sector.

    Education background:
    Advanced university degree in Public Health.

    Experience:
    Five years of progressively responsible professional work experience at the national and international levels in programme design, management, monitoring and evaluation in the area of child survival and development. Field experience in Primary Health Care programmes is required.

    Languages:
    Fluency in Kiswahili, English and another UN language is required.

    Interested candidates should submit their .C.V. to:

    Human Resources Unit,
    UNICEF Dar es Salaam,
    Bibi Titi Mohammed Street,
    P.O. Box 4076, Dar es Salaam,

    with the Vacancy Notice number: UNICEF2008/041 clearly marked on the envelope or online to hr.tanzania @ unicef.org

    Closing date for applications 19 January 2009

    Qualified Female Candidates are encouraged to apply.

    (Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted).
     
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    Bank of Tanzania

    EXPRESSION OF INTEREST


    CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT (BPM)

    1. Bank of Tanzania has set aside funds towards the costs of implementation of BPM and intends to apply part of the proceeds of the funds to cover eligible payments under the contract for provision of consultancy services in the implementation of BPM.

    2. The overall object of the consultancy services is to develop a framework that best meets BoT needs and comprehensive plan (roadmap)for the implementation of the BPM in the Bank.

    Specially the consultants will be expected to:

    i) Review the existing applications infrastructure.

    ii) Propose appropriate standards for the documentation, design and implementation of business processes,

    iii) Refine the existing business case and Return On investment (ROI).

    iv) Conduct awareness among Management and Key technical staff on BPM

    v) Determine maturity level and organization culture for the adoption of BPM

    vi) Define requirements for the establishment of BPM Centre of Excellency (CoE)

    3. The Bank of Tanzania (the Client) now invites eligible consultants to express their interest in providing the required services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating their professional capability to undertake this assignment.

    4. Such information shall include company profile, brochures, description of similar assignments, project management methodology, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.

    5. A shortlist of consultants will be prepared on the basis of Express their interest in submitted to Bank of Tanzania in writing. The selection of a consultant will be in accordance with procedures set out in the Public Procurement (Selection and Employment of consultants) Regulations, 2005.

    6. Consulting firms/companies should have;
    i) Experiences of working with Central Banks.
    ii) Sufficient experience of providing consulting services in the management of BPM project.
    iii) Global experience in the field of business process analysis and optimization.
    iv) Sufficient organizational capacity to assist in the process of acquiring of BPM software solution.
    v) Expert consultants who understand BPM strategy and its technologies; and challenges of BPM in financial industry,
    vi) Expert consultants who proficient trainer experienced in knowledge transfer.

    7. Consulting firms/companies possessing the eligibility, experiences and expertise in implementation of BPM and related field as well as requisite financial strength, may submit Eol with relevant information and supporting documents.

    8. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address given below between 8.30hrs and 16.30 hrs. Monday-Friday inclusive, exclusive of public holidays, before the deadline for the submission of expression of interest.

    9. Expression of interest in writing, with corporate capability statement should sent to

    Postal;
    Secretary, Central Tender Board,
    Bank of Tanzania,
    P.O. Box 2939, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

    Physical;
    9th Floor, 10 Mirambo Street, Dar es Salaam

    E-mail; ahmtengeti @ hq.bot-tz.org

    Telephone No.+ 255 22 2233241

    Fax No. + 255222234067

    Deadline for submission of Expression of interest is Friday 30,January 2009 at 12:00 noon local time
     
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    Max:

    Mbona BOT wana age discrimination katika posti zao ? Naona wanakiuka haki za uraia.
     
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    Mkuu hata mimi sijui, ila age limit naona ni kama jadi kwa sasa. Wengi hawaiandiki lakini ukienda kwenye usahili utaulizwa tu na yawezekana kikawa kigezo kimojawapo cha kukukosesha kazi (endapo unakuwa umepita umri walioutarajia kwa umri zaidi ya miaka 10)
     
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    Head Mistress

    Assistant Head Mistress / Academic Mistress.

    Educational Consultant

    Sports Teacher
    A Nursery and Primary School situated in the city of-Dar es Salaam Tanzania (E.A) is looking for candidates to fill in for the above posts.

    The candidate preferably a mature lady must have attained formal training in Nursery and Primary school Education in a recognized institution and practised the the same for not less than 3 years.

    A person with ability to lead others and run a school successfully; highly energetic, very fluent in spoken and written English capable of raising standards of education.

    Interested candidate must be willing to come to TZ -DSM at her/his own cost for the interview.

    Respond not later than 10th January 2009.

    The School Director,
    P.O. Box 10417,
    DAR ES SALAAM.

    E -Mail: bridgefinance.limited@gmail.com or themwile@yahoo.com
     
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    Peace Building Officer in the Reintegration and Development Centre (RDC)

    The Reintegration and Development Centre Magwi County is an institution of Magwi County, Southern Sudan, run by the office of the Commissioner in collaboration with DED (German Development Service) Sudan.

    The Reintegration and Development Centre (RDC) is meant to be an umbrella structure in cooperation with the county, under which different reintegration programmes are coordinated and implemented.


    The Reintegration and Development Centre Magwi County is currently seeking to employ one staff as Peace Building Officer.


    Duties and responsibilities


    · Establish Peace Building Department in RDC Magwi County for promotion of peace and constructive management, especially with respect of return to Magwi County of IDPs, refugees and other persons as well as ex-combatants

    · Carry out a Peace and Conflict Assessments for the RDC Magwi County in collaboration with the DED Peace Advisor

    · Offer advice and support for the RDC on conflict sensitive approaches to project management and continued Peace & Conflict Impact Assessment (PCIA) for RDC projects

    · Set up of conflict monitoring systems and networks on the payam and county level

    · Set up a database on conflict baseline studies on the Payam level in co-operation with international agencies/ organizations and local government institutions

    · cooperate with other organisations and institutions of local government working in the field of peace capacity building, networking of peace actors, and providing resources on conflict transformation and peace building

    · contribute to the establishment of centres of information and communication between the peace departments of other RDCs and with institutions who are involved in constructive management of conflict and conflict sensitive project management in areas from which returnees come

    · Build local capacities in constructive conflict management within the RDC in collaboration with the DED Peace Advisor and staff of the other RDC departments.

    · Plan and implement projects for the promotion of peace and constructive management of conflict

    · Fund raising to promote small projects and institutional development in the field of peace building and constructive management of conflict in Magwi County

    · Monitoring, evaluation and documentation of projects

    · Accounting and reporting

    · Public relation work about the activities of the RDC peace building department of RDC Magwi County


    Qualification


    · University degree or its equivalent in social sciences

    · Good experience in management and peace building activities

    · ability to write concise analytical reports, excellent report writing skills (in English)

    · Excellent organizational capacity; familiarity with civil society organizations and non-state actors

    · Excellent inter-personal and communication skills

    · Ability to grasp the ethnic complexity of the Sudanese communities

    · Computer knowledge (word, excel) with knowledge to use internet

    · Demonstrated initiative, perseverance and self starter.


    Deadline and procedures of recruitment


    All the interested candidates should submit their application together with their CVs and photocopies of the documents of eligibility to either

    Ø The Executive Director of Magwi County

    Ø The Magwi County Commissioner's Office in Magwi

    Ø The Peace & Conflict Advisor DED Juba per email: anne_dietrich@gmx.de OR

    Ø The Civil Peace Service Office of DED Juba, Hay Cinema (next to Bishop Gwyne College in Juba)


    until the 15th of January, 2008, noon time.


    Note that only the short listed candidates will be contacted and invited for an interview.


    We would like to explicitly encourage female candidates to apply.


    The successful candidates will be asked to provide original documents for processing the appointment
     
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    This competition is open to all locally engaged staff, to dependants of Canadian employees of the Government of Canada in Dar es Salaam, to Canadians with a legal status in Jordan. External candidates will also be considered.

    Those interested in applying should send their applications to: dslam-ag@internatio nal.gc.ca no later than 1300 hrs on Friday 15 January 2009.

    High Commission of Canada
    Position Description

    Incumbent: recently created Classification Level: TBC
    Section Title: Management Section Effective Date: TBC
    Position Title: Administrative Assistant Supervisor's Title: MCO
    Position Number: Supervisor's Level : AS-05


    Summary:

    Under the general supervision of the Mission Consular Officer, provides administrative support to the Management Section of the Canadian High Commission; assists in the implementation of Human Resources services for locally engaged staff; manages a variety of administrative functions; liaises with local government officials through diplomatic notes and on the telephone; assists with the supervision of the Chancery main reception desk and required scheduling of back up assistance; provides back-up for the Consular Officer position as and when required; completes required contracting documents for all contracts within the MM Module of IMS; performs other duties and projects as needed.


    Duties:

    A. Human Resources Assistance: 20%
    Assists in the implementation of personnel services for the mission's locally-engaged staff, by:
    • Maintaining all personnel files related to LES;
    • Preparing LES Employment and Pay Certificates (208s) when staff are taken on strength, and on subsequent promotions, increments and salary revisions;
    • Coordinating annual appraisal reports and ensuring timely submission of reports to determine granting or withholding of annual salary increments;
    • Maintaining all locally-engaged staff attendance and leave records, advising staff annually (in writing) of their entitlements and responding to enquiries concerning their entitlements;
    • Assisting in classification and reclassification actions by preparing all the required documents, in particular the EXT 145 form where the rationale and justification for the classification or reclassification action is explained. Completing the required Organizational chart changes, job description and EXT 145 are sent to HLD for the required action.
    • Assisting with ensuring job descriptions are complete for all locally-engaged staff and are regularly updated as necessary; proposing changes to the HR strategy if deemed necessary; drafting and preparing job descriptions for newly created positions as required;
    • Preparing employment offers for new LES;
    • Advising newly-hired LES of all personnel-related regulations, and providing them with a copy of the LES Handbook;
    • Becoming familiar with the Tanzanian Labour law by reviewing and studying it as and when required and suggesting the appropriate course of action when unusual cases come up;
    • Keeping the mission Organizational Charts up to date;
    • Responding to enquiries from other Missions and Organizations relating to benefits and salary scales;
    • Maintaining a file for all received Curriculum Vitas.

    B- Personnel Administration Services: 5%
    Plans and Directs Personnel Administrative Services as follows:

    Personnel Services to Canada Based Staff:

    • Notifying Headquarters of the arrival and departure of CBS and dependents;
    • Notifying the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the arrival and departure of CBS and dependents;

    C- Administrative Duties: 45%

    • Organizing hospitality functions which includes preparing and sending out invitations, telephoning guests, and preparing thank you notes;
    • Organising the annual medical checks of all domestic staff of the CBS;
    • Organising medical checks, as required, for any of the LES non-office staff and ensuring the mission receives the results in a timely fashion;
    • Preparing and translating all official administrative diplomatic notes to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and acting as the official translator if required;
    • Being in contact with the MFA to be advised of any changes to protocol / immigration / work – related regulations and legislation;
    • Managing hotel reservations and car rentals in support of visiting delegations for the Management and Consular Section;
    • Providing logistical support for high level visits;
    • Coordinating and liaising with local hotels in preparation of official functions such as receptions, meetings and conferences;
    • Preparing the list of statutory holidays observed at the mission, submitting it to the CMM and then advising Headquarter departments and all Missions;
    • Back-up/Consular Services: Replacing the Consular Officer during annual and sick leave by providing passport and citizenship services to Canadian citizens, following up on consular cases, issuing facilitation letters to Canadian citizens…etc;


    D- Materiel Purchasing Assistance: 10%

    • Assists the Property Section by creating purchase orders and contracts in the MM Module of IMS – information to be sourced as required;
    • Maintains a file of all contracts and purchase orders with local suppliers / service providers and advises when contracts are terminating;
    • Assists in the creation of maintenance and replacement schedules.


    E- Chancery's Main Reception Desk: 5%

    • Assisting in the supervision of the Embassy main reception desk especially at times of leave or emergency leave for the receptionist. Keeping a copy of the receptionist breaks schedule, creating schedules for the replacement of the receptionist at times of casual or sick leave.
    • Bringing to the attention of the Program Manager any problems related to the main reception desk;



    F- Other Related Responsibilities: 15%

    • Contacting local school officials to obtain information such as fee schedules, Curriculum and registration procedures;
    • Undertaking / coordinating surveys, including salary / benefits and banking surveys;
    • Conducting the yearly Marker Hotel Survey, and forwarding results to Headquarters;
    • Other duties / projects as requested by the MCO.



    INCUMBENT SUPERVISOR



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    DATE -------------------------- DATE -----------------------------
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    The High Commission of Canada in Dar-es-Salaam is looking for an exceptional individual to occupy the full-time position of:

    Administrative AssistantResponsibilities:

    Be an active member of the Management Section by assisting with various areas of the section including providing administrative support to the Management Section; assisting in the implementation of Human Resource services; liaising with local government official through diplomatic notes and telephone; assisting with the supervision and organisation of the High Commission main reception desk; providing back-up for the Consular Officer; completing required contracting documents within the High Commission financial (SAP) system; and managing a variety of administrative functions.

    Requirements:
    -Minimum of two years experience with an international organisation or diplomatic mission in an administrative and / or assistant type position
    -Proven team member skills
    -High level of experience and ability with the Microsoft Office suite of programs
    -Ability to provide outstanding client service
    -Ability to communicate effectively and efficiently verbally and in writing
    -Fluency in English and Kiswahili
    -Knowledge of French is an asset
    -Experience with finances an asset

    Salary & Benefits:
    -Progressive monthly scale starting at Tshs 1,073,727.
    -Christmas bonus, pension & family medical plans.

    Qualified individuals are to submit their resume / CV to the attention of the Management Officer, High Commission of Canada, P.O. Box 1022, Dar-es-Salaam, no later than close of business 15th January 2009.
    CVs can also be sent via e-mail to dslam-ag@international.gc.ca.





    First Secretary (Administration) and Consul
    Première Secrètaire (administration) et Consul
    Canadian High Commission / Haut-commissariat du Canada
    Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
    Telephone / Téléphone : (255-22) 216-3333
    Facsimile / Télécopieur : (255-22) 211-6897
    E-mail : Sonia.Hooykaas@ international. gc.ca
    Government of Canada / Gouvernement du Canada
     
  19. Shy

    Shy JF-Expert Member

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    This competition is open to all locally engaged staff, to dependants of Canadian employees of the Government of Canada in Dar es Salaam, to Canadians with a legal status in Jordan. External candidates will also be considered.

    Those interested in applying should send their applications to: dslam-ag@internatio nal.gc.ca no later than 1300 hrs on Friday 15 January 2009.

    High Commission of Canada
    Position Description

    Incumbent: recently created Classification Level: TBC
    Section Title: Management Section Effective Date: TBC
    Position Title: Administrative Assistant Supervisor's Title: MCO
    Position Number: Supervisor's Level : AS-05


    Summary:

    Under the general supervision of the Mission Consular Officer, provides administrative support to the Management Section of the Canadian High Commission; assists in the implementation of Human Resources services for locally engaged staff; manages a variety of administrative functions; liaises with local government officials through diplomatic notes and on the telephone; assists with the supervision of the Chancery main reception desk and required scheduling of back up assistance; provides back-up for the Consular Officer position as and when required; completes required contracting documents for all contracts within the MM Module of IMS; performs other duties and projects as needed.


    Duties:

    A. Human Resources Assistance: 20%
    Assists in the implementation of personnel services for the mission's locally-engaged staff, by:
    • Maintaining all personnel files related to LES;
    • Preparing LES Employment and Pay Certificates (208s) when staff are taken on strength, and on subsequent promotions, increments and salary revisions;
    • Coordinating annual appraisal reports and ensuring timely submission of reports to determine granting or withholding of annual salary increments;
    • Maintaining all locally-engaged staff attendance and leave records, advising staff annually (in writing) of their entitlements and responding to enquiries concerning their entitlements;
    • Assisting in classification and reclassification actions by preparing all the required documents, in particular the EXT 145 form where the rationale and justification for the classification or reclassification action is explained. Completing the required Organizational chart changes, job description and EXT 145 are sent to HLD for the required action.
    • Assisting with ensuring job descriptions are complete for all locally-engaged staff and are regularly updated as necessary; proposing changes to the HR strategy if deemed necessary; drafting and preparing job descriptions for newly created positions as required;
    • Preparing employment offers for new LES;
    • Advising newly-hired LES of all personnel-related regulations, and providing them with a copy of the LES Handbook;
    • Becoming familiar with the Tanzanian Labour law by reviewing and studying it as and when required and suggesting the appropriate course of action when unusual cases come up;
    • Keeping the mission Organizational Charts up to date;
    • Responding to enquiries from other Missions and Organizations relating to benefits and salary scales;
    • Maintaining a file for all received Curriculum Vitas.

    B- Personnel Administration Services: 5%
    Plans and Directs Personnel Administrative Services as follows:

    Personnel Services to Canada Based Staff:

    • Notifying Headquarters of the arrival and departure of CBS and dependents;
    • Notifying the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the arrival and departure of CBS and dependents;

    C- Administrative Duties: 45%

    • Organizing hospitality functions which includes preparing and sending out invitations, telephoning guests, and preparing thank you notes;
    • Organising the annual medical checks of all domestic staff of the CBS;
    • Organising medical checks, as required, for any of the LES non-office staff and ensuring the mission receives the results in a timely fashion;
    • Preparing and translating all official administrative diplomatic notes to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and acting as the official translator if required;
    • Being in contact with the MFA to be advised of any changes to protocol / immigration / work – related regulations and legislation;
    • Managing hotel reservations and car rentals in support of visiting delegations for the Management and Consular Section;
    • Providing logistical support for high level visits;
    • Coordinating and liaising with local hotels in preparation of official functions such as receptions, meetings and conferences;
    • Preparing the list of statutory holidays observed at the mission, submitting it to the CMM and then advising Headquarter departments and all Missions;
    • Back-up/Consular Services: Replacing the Consular Officer during annual and sick leave by providing passport and citizenship services to Canadian citizens, following up on consular cases, issuing facilitation letters to Canadian citizens…etc;


    D- Materiel Purchasing Assistance: 10%

    • Assists the Property Section by creating purchase orders and contracts in the MM Module of IMS – information to be sourced as required;
    • Maintains a file of all contracts and purchase orders with local suppliers / service providers and advises when contracts are terminating;
    • Assists in the creation of maintenance and replacement schedules.


    E- Chancery’s Main Reception Desk: 5%

    • Assisting in the supervision of the Embassy main reception desk especially at times of leave or emergency leave for the receptionist. Keeping a copy of the receptionist breaks schedule, creating schedules for the replacement of the receptionist at times of casual or sick leave.
    • Bringing to the attention of the Program Manager any problems related to the main reception desk;



    F- Other Related Responsibilities: 15%

    • Contacting local school officials to obtain information such as fee schedules, Curriculum and registration procedures;
    • Undertaking / coordinating surveys, including salary / benefits and banking surveys;
    • Conducting the yearly Marker Hotel Survey, and forwarding results to Headquarters;
    • Other duties / projects as requested by the MCO.



    INCUMBENT SUPERVISOR



    --------------------------------- --------------------------------------


    DATE -------------------------- DATE -----------------------------
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------


    The High Commission of Canada in Dar-es-Salaam is looking for an exceptional individual to occupy the full-time position of:

    Administrative AssistantResponsibilities:

    Be an active member of the Management Section by assisting with various areas of the section including providing administrative support to the Management Section; assisting in the implementation of Human Resource services; liaising with local government official through diplomatic notes and telephone; assisting with the supervision and organisation of the High Commission main reception desk; providing back-up for the Consular Officer; completing required contracting documents within the High Commission financial (SAP) system; and managing a variety of administrative functions.

    Requirements:
    -Minimum of two years experience with an international organisation or diplomatic mission in an administrative and / or assistant type position
    -Proven team member skills
    -High level of experience and ability with the Microsoft Office suite of programs
    -Ability to provide outstanding client service
    -Ability to communicate effectively and efficiently verbally and in writing
    -Fluency in English and Kiswahili
    -Knowledge of French is an asset
    -Experience with finances an asset

    Salary & Benefits:
    -Progressive monthly scale starting at Tshs 1,073,727.
    -Christmas bonus, pension & family medical plans.

    Qualified individuals are to submit their resume / CV to the attention of the Management Officer, High Commission of Canada, P.O. Box 1022, Dar-es-Salaam, no later than close of business 15th January 2009.
    CVs can also be sent via e-mail to dslam-ag@international.gc.ca.





    First Secretary (Administration) and Consul
    Première Secrètaire (administration) et Consul
    Canadian High Commission / Haut-commissariat du Canada
    Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
    Telephone / Téléphone : (255-22) 216-3333
    Facsimile / Télécopieur : (255-22) 211-6897
    E-mail : Sonia.Hooykaas@ international. gc.ca
    Government of Canada / Gouvernement du Canada
     
  20. Maxence Melo

    Maxence Melo JF Founder Staff Member

    #20
    Jan 6, 2009
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    Job Title: Human Resource Officer (2 Posts)

    Employer: Consolidated Holding Corporation

    Closing date: Two weeks from today

    Position Description:
    The primary purpose of this post is to assist the Human Resources Manager with issues relating to training and Development of Staff, skills audit, staff welfare and performance management inline with the Corporation's Objectives.

    Minimum Qualifications:
    Holder of Bachelors Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Human Resource Management or its equivalent with at least three years working experience in the related field in a reputable organization.


    Terms and Conditions of Service:
    - Successful candidates will be employed on initial contract for two years (Renewable)

    How to apply
    Please enclose the following:
    - Comprehensive CV,
    - Two copies of recent passport size photographs
    - Certificate Copies of relevant certificates
    - Contact Address including telephone number(s) & email address
    - Three work related referees.

    Applications should be addressed to:

    The Director General,
    Consolidated Holding Corporation,
    CHC Mirambo House,
    Plot 220/50 Mirambo Street,
    P.O.Box 21195,
    DAR ES SALAAM.

    Only applicants who meet the requirements will be contacted/considered.
     
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