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    THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA
    PRESIDENT’S OFFICE
    PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT
    Ref.Na EA.7/96/01/A/116 21st November, 2011
    VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT
    The Public Service Recruitment Secretariat was established in
    accordance with Section No. 29 (1) of the Public Service (Amendment) Act, No.
    18 of 2007. One of the main functions of this organ is to advertise vacant posts
    occurring in the Public Service and conduct recruitment process.
    On behalf of the President’s Office, Public Service Management (The
    Tanzania Public Service College); Prime Minister’s Office-Regional
    Administration and Local Government (Local Government Training Institute);
    Ministry of Transport (Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority – TCAA and Tanzania
    Railways Limited - TRL); Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (Institute of
    Social Work and Tanzania Food and Nutrition Centre – TFNC), Public Service
    Recruitment Secretariat invites qualified Tanzanian to fill various vacant posts
    as follows:-
    1.0 TANZANIA PUBLIC SERVICE COLLEGE
    The Tanzania Public Service College (TPSC) is Established under Executive
    Agencies Act (1997). TPSC is a Government Executive Agency established in
    2000 as a direct response to fill a void for a sustainable public service training
    institution. TPSC offers programmes that are directly linked to Government
    business agenda and demand driven. As the demands for the public service to
    offer quality services at affordable costs increases, it is imperative that the
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    services should be staffed with competent personnel. Hence, TPSC’s core business is to develop the appropriate public service competences, which will transform the service into effective and efficient machinery that will strive to meet citizen’s needs in terms of services. TPSC’s Mission is to improve the quality, efficiency and effectiveness of the public service of Tanzania by providing comprehensive training, consultancy and applied research interventions. Currently, TPSC has campuses at Dar-es-Salaam, Tabora and Mtwara. The demand for TPSC’s products has increased over the years and there is need to staff these branches with the right candidates, who have the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours (competences) commensurate with a government owned institution. Strong belief in public service values and ethos is a paramount requisite for the right candidates. If you have the required competences for the vacancies below, you are strongly recommended to apply. It has been TPSC’s mantle to be an employer of choice. Selection process will be rigorous based on the required set of competences. We have 44 open slots in total for the following positions. Successful candidates should be prepared to be assigned to any of our campuses.
    1.1 DEPUTY PRINCIPAL (ACADEMICS, RESEARCH & CONSULTANCIES) – 1 POST
    1.1.1 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate reports to the Chief Executive and Principal
    1.1.2 JOB PURPOSE:
    The DP (ARC) is responsible for directing the training, research and consulting functions of the College, in accordance with generally accepted National Accreditation Council (NACTE) standards/ principles and policies with regard to academic programs. He will also be responsible for implementing various training management, research and consulting policies. He will advise the CEO over new developments in this core function of the college. Employ industry smart practices in developing, delivering and assessment of learning for both performance improvement and academic programmes.
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    1.1.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Plan, Develop, organize, implement, direct and evaluate the Institutes training, research and consulting function.
     Develop the College’s plans, programmes and advise on training, research and consulting costs and strategies.
     Develop credibility of TPSC’s training , research and Consulting products by providing timely quality assurance interventions, and responses to the needs of our clients
     Enhance and or develop, implement and enforce policies and procedures of the college by way of systems that will improve product quality, delivery and overall operation and effectiveness of TPSC as an Agency.
     Provide strategic inputs and leadership on the decision making process affecting the college training, research and consulting issues (e.g. identification of potential strategic alliances and partnerships).
     Participate in negotiation of contracts, assessing needs, developing proposals and work plans.
     Evaluate and advise on the impact of strategic planning, introduction of new programs/ strategies and regulatory interactions.
    1.1.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND WORK EXPERIENCES
     PhD with proven work experience of at least 15 years, that includes (10) peer reviewed publications, consultancies and leadership in a training institute OR
     Master’s degree with 20 years’ work experience including at least 15 peer review publications/consultancy reports or a combination of training and research (5 being in the public service)
     An experienced leader with training, research and consulting experience, preferably in Public Administration, Human Resources and General Management.
     An energetic with high ethical standards and appropriate professional image.
     A good educator who is trustworthy and willing to share information and serve as a mentor.
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     A strategic, visionary with sound public / general management technical skills, analytical ability, good judgment and strong operational focus, well organized and self-directed with excellent communication skills
    1.1.5 TERMS OF ENGAGEMENT
    The ideal candidate will work for the period of four years (4) contract (renewable).
    1.2 SENIOR LECTURER – 3 POSTS
    1.2.1 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate reports to the Head of Department in respective programme
    1.2.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Develops and delivers short and long term courses
     Guides and supervises students in building up their practical and research projects
     Conducts consultancy and research
     Develops and reviews curriculum
     Prepares training manuals, simulations and case studies for training
     Coaches junior teaching staff
     Participate in the development of plans and campus programs
     Optimize the handling of customer relationships to enhance business opportunities
    1.2.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND WORK EXPERIENCES
     Holder of Doctorate (PhD) degree in the field of Records Management, Public Sector Financial Management, Public/Human Resources Management, Information Communication Technology and Secretarial Studies. Registered as technical teacher with related minimum work experience of 3 years in lectureship position or equivalent in a related or allied institution, and has published at least three peer reviewed papers. OR
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     Holder of Master’s degree with upper second class and proven work experiences in Research and Consultancy of at least 20 years and published 10 consultancy/research reports in relevant fields. Managerial work experiences of a minimum of 4 years in public service will be an added advantage.
    1.3 LECTURER – 3 POSTS
    1.3.1 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate reports to the Head of Department in respective programme
    1.3.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Develops and delivers short and long term courses
     Conducts consultancy and research
     Guides and supervises students in building up their practical and research projects
     Prepares learning resources and designing training exercises for students.
     Develops and reviews curriculum
     Coaches junior teaching staff
    1.3.3 QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     The incumbent must be a holder of Doctorate (PhD) degree in the field of Records Management, Public Financial Management, ICT and Secretarial Studies and registered as technical teacher, OR
     Holder of Master’s Degree/PhD degree in relevant field who is working in similar position; OR Master’s Degree with upper second or higher first class and proven experiences in Research and Consulting of at least 10 years and published at least 5 Consultancy/Research reports in relevant field. Managerial work experiences of at least 3 years in the public service will be an added advantage.
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    1.4 ASSISTANT LECTURER – 22 POSTS
    1.4.1 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate reports to the Head of Department in respective programme
    1.4.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Conduct short and long term courses
     Prepares learning resources for tutorial exercise
     Conducts research, seminars and case studies
     Carries out under supervision consultancy and community services
     Supervises students project
     Prepares teaching manuals
    1.4.3 QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Master’s Degree with upper second or higher first class in the field of Records Management, Secretarial Studies, ICT, Public Sector Financial Management and Public/Human Resources Management.
     The candidate should be eligible for registration as technical teachers, with teaching experience in related fields of at least 3 years in reputable and allied institutions. Working experience of at least 2 years in the public service will be an added advantage.
    1.5 EXAMINATION & CERTIFICATION OFFICER – 1 POST
    1.5.1 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate reports to the Senior Admission, Examination and Certification officer
    1.5.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Provides quality student services in areas of Registration and Academic records to ensure accuracy and confidentiality of records
     Develops, issues and updates guideline for admissions criteria in order to capture up-to-date date
     Ensures that registration of students to various programmes (accredited and Non-accredited) is carried out according to laid down admissions criteria in order to maintain standards.
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     Coordinates student information System across all College branches
     Coordinates development of Annual Almanac
     Issues proper guidelines/policies on admissions in order to capture students/participants data and receive reports from course directors.
     Administers students Evaluation System
    1.5.3 QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     A holder of Bachelor Degree with at least upper second class or its equivalent qualification and work experience of at least 3 years in a training institute in the field of ICT will be an added advantage.
    1.6 TUTOR GRADE I – 1 POST
    1.6.1 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate reports to the Head of Department in respective programme
    1.6.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Teaching up to NTA level 6 and may assist in teaching higher NTA levels
     Conducts examinations up to NTA level 6
     Prepares learning resources and for practical exercise
     Assist in supervision of examinations
     Conducts researches
     Conducts Consultancies
    1.6.3 QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Bachelor Degree with at least upper second class in Records or Information Management or relevant related field, registered as a technical teacher, with teaching experience in research and consultancy of at least 3 years in related position. Work experiences of at least 2 years in the public service will be an added advantage.
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    1.7 SENIOR INTERNAL AUDITOR - 1 POSITION
    1.7.1 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate reports to the Chief Internal Auditor
    1.7.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Audits business transactions for the entire TPSC campuses
     Assesses and evaluates internal controls in all TPSC branches
     Monitors compliance in implementation of financial and non-financial resources and policies in the college
     Undertakes investigations and prepares periodical audit reports
     Assists audit trail in the college
    1.7.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     Master’s Degree in Accounting & Financial Management, holder of ACPA/CPA (T) or equivalent recognized professional qualification with a minimum of 6 years proven work experience in a reputable public organization (three years should be professional post experience). Working experience of at least 3 years in public service will be an added advantage.
    1.8 SENIOR PROCUREMENT & SUPPLIES OFFICER – 1 POST
    1.8.1 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate reports to the Head, Procurement Management Unit
    1.8.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Plans and budgets for procurement and supplies of goods & services in the branch
     Manages procurement and supplies functions in the branch.
     Maintains Inventory of the branch’s assets
     Maintains procurement & supplies databank for the approved service providers
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    1.8.3 QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Master’s Degree in Materials or Supply Chain or Logistics Management, must be registered as Procurement & Supplies Professional by Procurement and Supplies Professionals and Technicians Board (PSPTB).
     Proven post work experiences of at least 5 years (at least 3 years in public service or reputable institute) in procurement related functions will highly be considered.
    1.9 RECORDS MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT - 1 POST
    1.9.1 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate reports to the Senior Records Officer
    1.9.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Checks filling storage of documents to ensure it is done effectively
     Maintains records and prepare periodical records reports
     Keeps and maintain Archives according to standard procedures
     Disposal off unwanted documents as per standard procedures
     Advises the Senior Records Management Assistant concerning maintenance of records
    1.9.3 QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Certificate in Records Management with a good pass from a recognized Institution plus experience of one year in respective field and position functions
    2.0 LOCAL GOVERNMENT TRAINING INSTITUTE
    The Local Government Training Institute was established under Act No.26 of 1994. The Major role of the Institute is to increase capacity building of local authorities in Tanzania and also to make research and consultancy.
    2.1 DEPUTY RECTOR - PLANNING, FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION – (RE ADVERTISED)
    2.1.1 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate reports to the Rector
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    2.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Head the Directorate of planning, finance and administration
     Supervise and maintain acceptable standards of discipline of the Institutes’ staff
     Facilitate learning (by teaching) of academic programmes in the Institute
     Be the secretary of the Board
     Be responsible to the Rector for the general administration and human resources management of the Institute
     Advise the Rector on all administrative, legal, personnel and financial matters
     Be responsible for formulating accounting policies and procedures of the Institute and for submitting budgets, audited accounts and
     Perform any other duties which the Rector may assign
    2.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Masters Degree or PHD holder of higher academic standing (Senior Lecturer) with credentials to be categorised as associate Professor of higher learning institution.
     Outstanding academic and administrative experience of at least 8 years in a reputable institution and capacity in the area of technical education and training, five of which should be at Senior Managerial level
     Demonstrated ability to manage change in the reputable organisation and providing strategic decision.
    2.1.4 RENUMERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institutes Salary Scales
    2.1.5 TENURE OF OFFICE
    The Deputy Rector - Planning, Finance and Administration of the Institute shall hold office for a term of four years and may be re appointed consecutively for more than four years.
    2.1.6 AGE
    Applicant should be between 40 to 55 years
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    2.2 PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTANT I (BURSAR)
    2.2.1 Appointment
    The ideal candidate will be appointed by BOARD
    2.2.2 REPOTING
    The ideal candidate reports to Deputy Rector Planning Finance and Administration
    2.2.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Shall work under the direction of the Deputy Rector, Planning, Finance and Administration
     Heads of Accounting Department
     Plans, co-ordinates, direct and control all financial accounting matters of the Institute.
     Prepares and maintains proper accounting records of the Institute
     Prepares financial statements and have them audited for presentation to the Rector, Board of Trustees and other interested bodies.
     Prepares and submits to the Deputy Rector Planning Finance and Administration monthly, quarterly reports and any other financial information required by the Principal or Board of Trustees.
     Prepares and maintains proper accounting records of the Institute.
     Prepares financial statements for auditing and submission to the Rector, Board of Trustees and all other interested bodies.
     Prepares estimates of income and expenditure.
     Implements Board of Trustees, Rector’s directives on financial accounting matters.
     Assists the Deputy Rector Planning Finance and Administration in making sound investments of the Institutes funds.
     Performs any other duties as may be assigned to him/her from time to time by his/her supervisor.
    2.2.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Masters Degree in Accounting, Finance and possession of full professional entry Qualification CPA (T), ACCA or ICMA.
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     At least 10 years of working experience as a senior accountant in reputable organization. and must be registered by the NBAA as an Authorized Auditor/Accountant.
    2.2.5 RENUMERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institutes Salary Scales PGSS 19
    2.3 SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER I
    2.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Administers recruitment, promotions, remuneration and leave of staff
     Preparation of Human Resource plans, training and career development Programmes,
     Ensures that every staff is assessed by open performance review and Appraisal system
     Reviews Schemes of Service and staff Regulations and proposes necessary amendments
     Identifies manpower needs and proper utilization of human resources
     Allocates manpower
     Update staff list and seniority list,
     Prepare programmes for intervention of HIV/AIDS at work place.
     Performs other duties assigned by his/her supervisor
    2.3.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Masters Degree in Public Administration. Human Resource Management or equivalent qualifications from recognized Institution with relevant working experience of at least three years in similar position and who has passed the Proficiency examination for Human Resource Officer or qualifying law for Administrative Officers.
    2.3.3 RENUMERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institutes Salary Scales PGSS 17
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    3.0 THE TANZANIA RAILWAYS LIMITED (TRL)
    NATURE AND SCOPE The Tanzania Railways Limited (TRL) is a parastatal company which owns and operates 2,707 kilometers of a single track of 1,000 mm (meter gauge) railroad connecting with the Kenya and Uganda railway system. TRL transports cargo within Tanzania and neighbouring countries i.e. Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi, Rwanda and Uganda.
    3.1 MANAGING DIRECTOR - READVERTISED
    3.1.1 REPORTING
    Reporting to the Board of Directors, the successful candidate will be responsible for directing and managing the company to deliver efficient and cost effective rail freight and passenger services to the satisfaction of customers in the countries and generate profitable growth to the expectation and satisfaction of the shareholder.
    3.1.2 DUTY STATION: Dar es Salaam.
    3.1.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Chief executive in charge of TRL. Provide leadership to the approximately 3,000 employees deployed across the 2,707 kms of the line.
     Formulate corporate strategies and plans for approval by the board of directors which reflect the vision, mission and objectives of the Governments.
     Monitor and coordinate the performance of the various functions of the company and direct timely remedial actions where/when necessary to ensure compliance with corporate objectives in a cohesive and purposeful manner.
     Prepare and review the operating and capital budgets and have these approved by the board of directors.
     Mobilise and manage the financial resources to ensure availability of adequate funds to meet all operational costs and obligations.
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     Develop and maintain effective and good relationship with a wide range of government officials in the Government to facilitate speedy resolution of all matter affecting the company.
     Supervises co-ordination of international and major projects of TRL
     Ensures compliance with the Company’s legal obligations with the assistance of the Company Secretary.
     Ensure conducive work condition and industrial harmony are developed and maintained to attract, retain and motivate the workforce.
    3.1.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Masters degree from a reputable University or its equivalent preferably in Management/Transport/Engineering/Financial disciplines or Business Administration.
     At least 10 years of management experience at Senior level.
     Candidates outside the Railway Industry must have worked in an organization the size of TRL preferably in a transportation company for at least 10 years as an assistant Head of the Institution.
     Proven business leadership success track record, clean ethical record and demonstration strong leadership personality.
     Computer literacy.
     Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
     PhD in Transport Management, Business Administration and other related work experience in rail transport will be added advantages.
    3.1.5 REMUNERATION
     An attractive remuneration package will be offered to the successful candidate.
    3.1.6 AGE
     The ideal candidate should be of the age between 40 and 56 years.
    3.2 DEPUTY MANAGING DIRECTOR (Services)-DMD(S) READVERTISED
    3.2.1 REPORTING
    Reporting to the Managing Director, the successful candidate will be responsible for the departments of Finance, Manpower Development and
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    Administration (Human Resource Development), Supplies (Procurement) and Corporate Planning & Management Services.
    3.2.2 DUTY STATION: Dar es Salaam.
    3.2.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Management of service functions with a view to provide professional service with economics in scale of operations.
     Advises the Managing Director of corporate objectives and policies of service departments and formulates performance criteria based on decisions taken by the Managing Director.
     Develops budget proposals and performances for service departments in consultation with Heads of Departments and negotiates them with the Managing Director after seeking views of finance.
     Allocates approved budget to service departments along with performance levels and productivity indices. Monitors performance against stipulated criteria, initiates corrective measures and advises the Managing Director of the same regularly.
     Approves establishment and manpower development plans within the delegated powers and submits proposals to Managing Director for issues beyond his powers.
    3.2.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     A Degree in Management, Transportation, Commercial, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Financial disciplines or Business Administration. The candidate must have at least 5 years of Management experience at the level of an Assistant Head of Department or above.
     A senior railway official working in Transportation/Commercial, Mechanical, or Civil Engineering department at a minimum level of an Assistant Head of Department. Candidates outside the Railway Industry must have worked in an organization the size of TRL preferably in a transportation company for at least 10 years as an Assistant Head of Department or above.
     Proven business leadership success track record, clean ethical record and demonstration strong leadership personality.
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     Computer literacy.
     Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
     Post graduate studies/Masters degree in Business Administration or Transport Management and work experience in rail transport will be added advantages.
    3.2.5 REMUNERATION
     An attractive remuneration package will be offered to the successful candidate.
    3.2.6 AGE
     The ideal candidate should be of the age between 40 and 56 years.
    4.0 TANZANIA FOOD AND NUTRITION CENTRE – (TFNC)
    Tanzania Food and Nutrition Centre (TFNC) is a Government Institution under the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare. The Centre is responsible for spreading nutrition activities in the country with the objectives of controlling and reducing all forms of malnutrition.
    4.1 DIRECTOR OF FOOD SCIENCE AND NUTRION (READVERTISED)
    4.1.1 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate reports to the Managing Director
    4.1.2 TERMS OF ENGAGEMENT
    The ideal candidate will work for the period of three years (3) renewable once.
    4.1.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Responsible to the Managing Director on matters concerning Food Science and Nutrition;
     To undertake research relating to food processing , preservation and product development;
     General administration and supervision of staff under his/her directorate;
     To supervise preparation of plan of action and budgets for directorate;
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     To supervise designing and development of appropriate food processing and preservation technologies at the Centre:
     To promote commercialization of relevant technologies relating to food processing, preservation and product development;
     To provide consultancy services in field of competence:
     To conduct in service training for in house and other service providers;
     To perform any other duties assigned by the Managing Director
    4.1.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Post graduate degree, preferably PhD in Food Science/Food technology/ Food Chemistry/Microbiology/Biochemistry
     He / She should have research work experience of not less than eight (8) years in Food Science or Nutrition of which five (5) should be in senior managerial position and at least five (5) publication.
     Training in Management is essential.
    4.1.5 REMUNERATION
     Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution’s salary scale PRSS–21
    4.1.6 AGE
     The ideal candidate should not be above 45 years of age.
    5.0 UNESCO NATIONAL COMMISSION - TANZANIA
    The UNESCO National Commission was established by the UNESCO National Commission Act No. 7 of 2008 thus transforming it into an independent government department. Its main mandate is to coordinate the implementation of UNESCO Programmes in Tanzania. The Commission is hereby seeking to engage highly committed and self motivated individuals with excellent interpersonal skills, capable to work independently with minimum supervision to fill in the following vacant positions.
    5.1 SENIOR PROGRAMME OFFICER (EDUCATION) - READVERTISED
    This is a Senior Position and the ideal candidate is expected to have accumulated adequate experience to be able to effectively manage, coordinate
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    UNESCO Programmes in the Education sector and is therefore expected to work closely with stakeholders in this sector to make sure that Tanzania benefits from the various UNESCO programmes. He/She must have experience in developing and managing programmes and projects, as well as excellent training and communication skills.
    5.1.1 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate reports to the Deputy Executive Secretary (Programmes)
    5.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To advise the Deputy Executive Secretary (Programmes) on all matters pertaining to the Education Sector,
     To coordinate the implementation and execution of activities for UNESCO Major Programme I: Education
     To coordinate the activities of the UNESCO Intergovernmental and Special Programmes in Education Sector i.e. Education for All (EFA), Basic Education In Africa Programme (BEAP) Teachers Training Initiatives in Sub Saharan Africa (TISSA), Education Statistics. IIEP Training Programme, UNESCO Chairs and UNITWIN Projects, International Bureau of Education (IBE), UNESCO Institute of Adult Learning (UIAL), Institute of Information Technology and Education (IIET)etc
     To coordinate activities of the UNESCO National Standing Committee for Education
     Effectively consult and interact with UNESCO stakeholders in the Education sector to identify priority areas of action
     Solicit project proposals for the Education Sector and assist in the preparation of project documents for submission to UNESCO under Participation, Regular, Funds in Trust and Co-Action programmes,
     Coordinate implementation, monitoring and evaluation of projects in the Education sector
     Develop annual work plans for the Education Sector
     Prepare Quarterly Progress Reports and Contribute to the UNESCO Commission Annual Report
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     Supervise implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Education Sector projects
     Any other duty as assigned from time to time.
    5.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Masters Degree (Education fields).
     Possession of PhD (Education) will be an added advantage.
     At least seven (7) years work experience after Masters degree or five (5) years after PhD in a Senior Management Position preferably in managing sector wide programmes and projects
    5.1.4 REMUNERATION
     Attractive and competitive salary and remuneration package will be offered to the right candidate.
    5.1.5 REQUIRED SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES.
     Excellent interpersonal skills and effective interactions with stakeholders
     Strong working knowledge of computer programmes.
     Excellent verbal, writing and analytical skills.
     Confidence, enthusiasm and a passion for excellence.
     High levels of Integrity and Professionalism in work and behaviour.
     High stress tolerance and disciplined to execute according to standards.
     Intense focus on accountability and urgency/speed of response.
     Respect for authority and workmates
     Excellent organizational skills with the ability to develop detailed work plans to ensure program success and output -oriented.
     Ability to prioritize and execute tasks and effectively function in a fast-paced, sometimes high-pressure environment.
     Reacts to work assignment adjustments and alterations promptly and efficiently;
     Ability to meet deadlines and work with minimum supervision
     Fluent in English, knowledge of French language is an added advantage
     Commitment to the highest ethical and professional standards
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    6.0 THE INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL WORK (ISW)
    The ISW is one of the institutions of higher learning in Tanzania which was established in 1974 by Act No. 26 of 1973 (as amended by Miscellaneous Act No. 13 of 2002). The Institute is under the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and is located at Kijitonyama in Dar-es-Salaam. The Institute was established to provide qualified human resources for strengthening social welfare services delivery system in Tanzania. It is accredited with the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) as an institute of higher learning to conduct training programmes in the fields of social work, industrial relations and human resources management.
    6.1 LECTURER 1 POST
    6.1.1 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate will be accountable to Director of Studies.
    6.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To lecturer student in the department.
     To assist students to develop their research and project work.
     Setting examinations, invigilating, marking and timely production of examination results.
     Supervision of research and consultancy work.
     To plan and design training exercises for students.
     Undertaking individual research and participating in big multidisciplinary research projects.
     Preparing manuals simulations and case studies for students.
     Working on consultancy projects.
     Coaching of junior academic staff.
     Providing guidance to junior members of staff
     Supervising students pursuing research and field work
     Any other duties as may be assigned by the Programme Co-coordinator or the Director of Studies or other higher authority.
    6.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of PhD in Social work plus 2 published peer reviewed papers, OR Masters degree with 5 years experience and 2 published peer reviewed
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    papers. Must be able to demonstrate the capability of teaching, conducting research and consultancy and Effective computer use. Must be ready to work in team. Research experience is mandatory.
    6.1.4 REMUNERATION
     The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution’s remuneration schemes - PHTS 12
    6.2 ASSISTANT LECTURERS 12 POSTS
    6.2.1 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate will be accountable to Director of Studies.
    6.2.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Assisting in lecturing and tutorial seminars.
     Carry out consultancy in Research and service job assignment including data collection under close supervision.
     Setting examinations, invigilating, marking and timely production of examination results.
     Prepares teaching materials for tutorials and exercises including case studies.
     Any other duties as may be assigned by the Programme Co-coordinator or the Director of Studies
     Conduct lectures with guidance of senior lecturers.
     Any other duties as may be assigned by the higher authority.
    6.2.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Must possess Masters Degree in social Work from any recognized Institution. Must be able to demonstrate the capability of teaching, conducting research and consultancy and other duties and Effective computer use. Teaching and research experience will be an added advantage. Must be ready to work in team.
    6.2.4 REMUNERATION
     The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution’s remuneration schemes - PHTS
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    6.3 ASSISTANT LECTURERS 1 POST
    6.3.1 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate will be accountable to Director of Studies.
    6.3.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To lecturer student in the department.
     To assist students to develop their research and project work.
     Setting examinations, invigilating, marking and timely production of examination results.
     Supervision of research and consultancy work.
     To plan and design training exercises for students.
     Undertaking individual research and participating in big multidisciplinary research projects.
     Preparing manuals simulations and case studies for students.
     Working on consultancy projects.
     Coaching of junior academic staff.
     Providing guidance to junior members of staff
     Supervising students pursuing research and field work
     Any other duties as may be assigned by the Programme Co-coordinator or the Director of Studies or other higher authority.
    6.3.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of PhD in Labor Studies or Industrial Sociology/ Labour laws plus 2 published peer reviewed papers, or Holders of Masters degree in a relevant filed with 5 years experience plus 2 published peer reviewed publications. Must be able to demonstrate the capability of teaching, conducting research and consultancy and other duties and Effective computer use. Research experience is mandatory.
    6.3.4 REMUNERATION
     The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution’s remuneration schemes - PHTS 12
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    6.4 ASSISTANT LECTURERS 5 POSTS
    6.4.1 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate will be accountable to Director of Studies.
    6.4.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Assisting in lecturing and tutorial seminars.
     Carry out consultancy in Research and service job assignment including data collection under close supervision.
     Setting examinations, invigilating, marking and timely production of examination results.
     Prepares teaching materials for tutorials and exercises including case studies.
     Any other duties as may be assigned by the Programme Co-coordinator or the Director of Studies
     Conduct lectures with guidance of senior lecturers.
     Any other duties as may be assigned by the higher authority.
    6.4.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Must possess Masters in Social Science disciplines:-Sociology, Psychology, Economics, Development Studies and Communication skill. Effective computer use. Must be ready to work in team.
    6.4.4 REMUNERATION
     The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution’s remuneration schemes - PHTS 8
    6.5 ASSISTANT LECTURERS 3 POSTS
    6.5.1 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate will be accountable to Director of Studies.
    6.5.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Assisting in lecturing and tutorial seminars.
     Carry out consultancy in Research and service job assignment including data collection under close supervision.
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     Setting examinations, invigilating, marking and timely production of examination results.
     Prepares teaching materials for tutorials and exercises including case studies.
     Any other duties as may be assigned by the Programme Co-coordinator or the Director of Studies
     Conduct lectures with guidance of senior lecturers.
     Any other duties as may be assigned by the higher authority.
    6.5.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holders of Masters Degree in Human Resource Management with First or Upper second class of not below 3.8 G.P.A. Teaching experience of at least 3 years will be an added advantage. Must be able to demonstrate the capability of teaching, conducting research and consultancy and other duties and Effective computer use.
    6.5.4 REMUNERATION
     The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution’s remuneration schemes - PHTS 8.
    6.6 TUTORIAL ASSISTANT 1 POST
    6.6.1 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate will be accountable to Director of Studies.
    6.6.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To assist in Conducting Seminars and tutorial classes under close supervision
     Prepare material for tutorial exercises.
     Assisting in teaching in the Certificate Course
     Conduct research under close supervision
     Carry out consultancy and service job assignments under close supervision.
     Any other duties as may be assigned by the Programme Co-coordinator or the Director or Studies.
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    6.6.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of first degree or Advanced diploma in Social Work with First or Upper second class of not below 3.8 G.P.A. Effective computer use. Must show capability of teaching and supervision. Must be ready to work in team.
    6.6.4 REMUNERATION
     The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution’s remuneration schemes - PHTS 4
    6.7 SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER 1 POST
    6.7.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Facilitation of recruitment of new employees, promotions, remunerations, pensions, leave and terminal benefits.
     Draw up manpower plans, training and career development programmes.
     Implementation of approved personnel and administration policies.
     Monitoring and maintenance of staff retirement schedule and preparation of their retirement benefits.
     Administration of salaries and other staff remunerations
     Assist in reviewing Scheme of Service, Staff Regulations, conditions of service and incentive package
     Identify manpower needs and proper utilization of the human resources
     To assist in preparation of annual personnel emolument budget.
     Interpret and implement Labour Laws and other directives and circular
     Preparation and maintenance of employee’s seniority list.
     Identification and selection of employees for training.
     Any other duties as may be assigned
     Ability to work in team
    6.7.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Degree in Human resource with minimum of two years in Human Resources Management related field.
     Must be able to use computer effectively.
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    6.7.3 REMUNERATION
     The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution’s remuneration schemes - PGSS 12
    6.8 SENIOR RECORDS MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT 1 POST
    6.8.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Perform registry activities and Ensure that there is smooth and efficient functioning of registry.
     Ensure security and confidentiality of office records and documentations.
     Control files movements and documents.
     Maintenance of good working behaviour within the staffs of registry section.
     Authorization on proper subject title for new files and closure of the old files.
     Preparing and designing index system to enhance efficiency in information search.
     Ensures security and neatness of properties and office equipments allocated to registry office.
     Reviews work progress and maintenance of performance appraisal system within the staffs of registry.
     Reports to his/her seniors about any deficiencies which may hinder the smooth operation of office activities.
    6.8.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Diploma in records management provided by Tanzania Public Service College or any other recognized institution with computer knowledge and working experience of not less than five years.
    6.8.3 REMUNERATION
     The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution’s remuneration schemes - PGSS 7
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    6.9 PRINCIPAL LIBRARY ASSISTANT 1 POST
    6.9.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Preparation of working schedule for junior staffs.
     Instructing and supervising duties of junior staffs.
     Classification reader services
     Compiling annotated bibliographies
     Any other duties as may be assigned from time to time
    6.9.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of ordinary diploma in library services from School of Library Archives and Documentation Studies (SLADS) with working experience of not less than two years.
    6.9.3 REMUNERATION
     The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution’s remuneration schemes - PGSS 8
    6.10 LIBRARY ASSISTANT 1 POST
    6.10.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To facilitate and supervise the duties of library assistant.
     Receiving and arranging new material in a good order for proper management and service delivery.
     Issuing books to readers.
     Classification and filing of catalogue.
     Advising readers on library uses procedure as well as assisting them to access books in a simpler manner.
     Any other duties as may be assigned from time to time
    6.10.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holders of Form IV/VI Examination Certificate with Certificate in Library Studies provided by the board of library services or equivalent certificate plus at least two years working experience.
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    6.10.3 REMUNERATION
     The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution’s remuneration schemes - PGSS 8
    6.11 PERSONAL SECRETARIES I 1 POST
    6.11.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To perform all secretarial work including typing and binding custodianships and filling of various documents and follow-up implementation of issues rose.
     Arrange transport for the officer he/she is working
     To ensure that files are handled promptly and in time
     Supervise work in the office and ensure that it is properly done.
    6.11.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holders of diploma in Secretarial from a recognized Institution. Computer Literacy a must with work experience of more than 5 years.
    6.11.3 REMUNERATION
     The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution’s remuneration schemes - PGSS 7
    6.12 SENIOR DRIVER II 1 POST
    6.12.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Responsible for safe-keeping of the vehicle and tools entrusted to him/her
     Maintain proper conduct in rendering services to his assignees
     Maintain cleanliness of vehicle and tools.
     Perform messengerial duties assigned to him/her as may arise.
    6.12.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     The candidate must be not less than 25 years with form IV certificate and credit passes in Swahili and English. They must have a valid Class C Driving License and Advanced Drivers Certificate Grade II from any
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    recognized institution and working experience of not less than two years without causing an accident. Ability to work in team
    6.12.3 REMUNERATION
     The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution’s remuneration schemes - POSS 7
    6.13 INTERNAL AUDITOR II 1 POST
    6.13.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Undertake special Audit Assignments
     Review all Audit assignments and recommend to the Chief Auditor on appropriate action to take
     Designing and reviewing the Internal control system to ensure that all records of students are properly reconciled between Heads of departments. records, Registrar’s records, Examination officer’s, Deans of students and Accounts records.
     To ensure that fraudulent practices, assets losses are prevented and detected promptly when they occur.
     To ensure that registration of students complies with procedures and instructions stipulated in ISW prospectus, Loan Boards as well as Board’s directives and Management instructions, this includes payments of fees in time for both tuition and hostel.
     Regularly review employee’s records and status.
     To make follow up on the implementation of the quality assurance policy as established.
     To make follow up on the implementation of other policies such as Public finance regulation, procurement, service regulations, and others.
     To participate in designing of Internal control system and ISW policies
     To provide professional assistance in preparation of financial statements
     To facilitate coordination of external audit exercise.
     To do any other business as required.
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    6.13.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Must posses ACCA, CPA (T), CA or equivalent with six years experience.
    6.13.3 REMUNERATION
     The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution’s remuneration schemes - PGSS 12
    6.14 PRINCIPAL COMPUTER TECHNICIAN 1 POST
    6.14.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Analyses programme performance during testing
     Supervises and guides junior programmers
     Determines optimum equipment utilization
     Trains and prepares training materials for operators and computing services users at the Institute
     Advises Computer service users.
     Develops large scale Computer programmes.
     Assist students/users in debugging their programmes. and other more complex user problems. Performs any other duties that may be assigned to him/her by Supervisors.
     To arrange for ICT training to other employees.
     Design ICT development strategies in the Institute and advise the Management
    6.14.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Must be a holder of Degree in Computer Science or Information Systems with 3 years experience.
    6.14.3 REMUNERATION
     The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution’s remuneration schemes - PGSS 13
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    6.15 SENIOR COMPUTER TECHNICIAN 1 POST
    6.15.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Prepares all documentation of programme codes.
     Determines optimum equipment utilization
     Trains and prepares training materials for operators and computing services users.
     Offers consultancy service in systems analysis, design and programming.
    6.15.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Must be a holder of Degree in Computer Science or Information Systems.
    6.15.3 REMUNERATION
     The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution’s remuneration schemes - PGSS 12
    6.16 SENIOR EXAMINATION OFFICER 1 POST
    6.16.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To facilitate in management of all Examination Affairs
     To facilitate in planning for and preparation of examinations time table for all programmes including room allocations.
     Arrange for the production of all approved examinations.
     To assist in arrangement for the appointment of invigilators and monitoring their invigilation.
     To obtain compile a list of students eligible for examination after confirmation of fee payment.
     To facilitate all examination issues as required.
     To participate in preparations of graduation ceremony affairs.
     Undertaking research to improve the Academic Administration of the Institute. Ready to work in team. Any other duties
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    6.16.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holders of first Degree in Public /business/personnel Administration or any other relevant field or equivalent professional qualification. Effective computer use
    7.0 TANZANIA CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY (TCAA)
    Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) is a regulatory authority under the auspices of the Ministry of Transport. Its main tasks include oversight of the civil aviation safety, air transport, economic regulation, aeronautical and air navigation services provision as well as representing the state of Tanzania to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and other matters on international air transport. The Authority seeks the services of an outstanding Tanzanian to fill the position of:
    7.1 COUNTRY REPRESENTATIVE TO INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANISATION 1 POST
    7.1.1 LOCATION: Montreal, Canada.
    7.1.2 WORK PERIOD: Three years with effect from January 2014.
    7.1.3 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate reports to Director General, Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority.
    7.1.4 MAIN TASK
    The successful applicant shall be Tanzania’s candidate to ICAO Council during elections at the forthcoming ICAO General Assembly to be held in Montreal, Canada, in October 2013. If Tanzania is successfully elected to the Council, he/she shall be the representative of the United Republic of Tanzania to ICAO. In accordance to Article 4 of Annex 3 to South African Development Community (SADC) Protocol on Transport, Communication and Meteorology, the SADC Mission to ICAO shall act as a link between the ICAO Council and the Member States as well as the SADC Secretariat. Therefore the candidate shall also be the representative of the SADC Member States to the ICAO Council.
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    7.1.5 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To present and advocate Tanzania’s concerns to ICAO on matters related to civil aviation in order to safeguard the nation’s interest on air transport.
     To represent Tanzania in various international meetings held at ICAO and inform the Government on their outcomes and important aviation policy issues.
     To attend and participate in ICAO Council meetings as well as preparing necessary working papers and reports for the Council and assist in initiating follow-up action on decisions taken.
     To disseminate information to SADC Member States on key issues discussed in the ICAO Council as well as requesting for their input to assist on deliberations during the Council and Assembly sessions.
     To participate and assist SADC Member States in meetings pertaining to air transport matters in the region.
     To assist SADC Member states in implementing the requirements of the Chicago Convention, Protocols and other international agreements.
     To participate in African Civil Aviation Commission (AFCAC) activities in ensuring that SADC Member States are well represented in deliberations for the improvement of aviation safety and security in the region.
     To ensure that the SADC Member States and other African States as a whole are given priority by ICAO in assistance in terms of technical and financial resources in order to maintain a sustainable safety oversight system in Africa.
     To prepare correspondences and coordinate responses to the questionnaires on information requests from ICAO and other Agencies.
     Manage and control the finances of the Tanzania Mission and SADC Mission at ICAO.
    7.1.6 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     A degree/advanced diploma from a reputable University or its equivalent in management, aeronautics, law, economics, engineering, finance or business administration.
     Possession of Masters Degree will be added advantage.
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     At least eight years of management experience in aviation related field out of which four years should be at a senior position.
     Capability of performing duties detailed above and ability to write clearly and concisely. Familiarity with ICAO and/or SADC functions and organization is mandatory.
     Coordination, team leadership, management and planning skills. Computer literacy.
     Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
    7.1.7 REMUNERATION
     An attractive remuneration package will be offered to the successful candidate.
    7.1.8 AGE
    Applicant should have 43-55 years. GENERAL CONDITIONS
    i. All applicants must be Citizens of Tanzania
    ii. Applicants must attach an up-to-date current Curriculum Vitae (CV) having reliable contact postal address and telephone numbers.
    iii. Applicants should not be above 45 years of age and should observe the age limit where indicated for each position.
    iv. The title of the position applied for should be marked on the envelope; short of which will make the application invalid.
    v. Applicants must attach their detailed relevant certified copies of Academic certificates:
    - Postgraduate/Degree/Advanced Diploma/Diploma/Certificates.
    - Postgraduate/Degree/Advanced Diploma/Diploma transcripts.
    - Form IV and Form VI National Examination Certificates.
    - Computer Certificate
    - Professional certificates from respective boards
    - One recent passport size picture and birth certificate.
    vi. FORM IV AND FORM VI RESULTS SLIPS ARE STRICTLY NOT ACCEPTED
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    vii. Testimonials, Partial transcripts and results slips will not be accepted.
    viii. Presentation of forged academic certificates and other information in the CV will necessitate to legal action
    ix. Applicants for senior positions currently employed in the public service should route their application letters through their respective employers.
    x. Applicants for entry levels currently employed in the Public Service should not apply, they have to adhere to Government Circular Na. CAC. 45/257/01/D/140 dated 30th November 2010.
    xi. Applicants who have/were retired from the Public Service for whatever reason should not apply.
    xii. Applicants should indicate three reputable referees with their reliable contacts.
    xiii. This advert is also found in President's Office - Public Service Management, PMORALG - Home -, and Ministry of Transport, Tanzania
    xiv. Certificates from foreign Universities should be verified by Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU)
    xv. Dead line for application is , 2nd December, 2011 at 3:30 p.m
    xvi. Application letters should be written in English
    xvii. APPLICATION LETTERS SHOULD BE POSTED TO THE FOLLOWING ADDRESS. HAND DELIVERY IS NOT ACCEPTALBE:
    Secretary, Public Service Recruitment Secretariat, P.O. Box 63100, DAR ES SALAAM.
     
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    Hili tangazo huenda limechapishwa na katibu muhitasi (secretary) wa katibu mkuu wa wizara. Lakini naamini tangazo hili lilipitiwa kila ukurasa na kila neno kwa umakini mkubwa na muajiri huyo . Huyu jamaa, alishindwa kutofautisha neno renumeration dhidi ya remuneration. Kwa uhalisia, hakuna neno renumeration bali kuna neno remuneration!.
     
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