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Nafasi za kazi September

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  1. Shy

    Shy JF-Expert Member

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    KADCO

    KILIMANJARO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

    Career Opportunity – MANAGING DIRECTOR


    Kilimanjaro Airports Development Company (KADCO), is a private company that operates Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA). KADCO is a Public Private Partnership between the Government of Tanzania, Mott McDonald International, Inter Consult Ltd. and South African Infrastructure Fund. KADCO has embarked on a series of improvements at KIA that are planned throughout its 25 year concession. Completed projects include the improvement in air navigation facilities, terminal building, passenger handling services, upgrading of security facilities, rehabilitation of the power distribution system and the resurfacing of the runway. Further modernization developments are underway.

    KADCO now seeks a results driven leader to propel this momentum.


    THE POSITION

    Responsible to the KADCO Board of Directors, the Managing Director (MD) will provide vision, direction and leadership of the company. He/she will work with other members of the senior management of KADCO to develop and implement strategy, manage resources, and ensure the continued growth and effectiveness of KIA.

    Specifically, the Managing Director will:

    Lead and motivate KADCO staff and ensure their continued professional development;
    Lead the strategic planning and implementation of the business plan;
    Ensure the provision of comfortable, efficient and secure services and facilities for the movement of passengers and cargo through the airport;
    Ensure effective implementation of the marketing plan;
    Increase efforts to develop other sources and other non-airport related sources of revenue;
    Ensure the development of tight controls and sound financial reporting systems;
    Ensure compliance with ICAO, SARPS, and TCAA Act, and be conversant with ACI and IATA procedures;
    Ensure close follow up and implementation concession and Lease Agreements
    Represent the company to the Government and all stakeholders;
    Ensure continuous improvements in the management of KIA; and
    Perform any other duties assigned by the Board of Directors.


    Further, the MD should ideally, have the following competencies and attributes

    Strong negotiating skills;
    Knowledge of best international practices for similar operations;


    Experience with Unions;


    Prior management experience at private airport of similar size.


    Proven problem solving abilities and the ability to “think outside of the box”;


    Strong public relations skills with the ability to interact with the media, Politicians and other interest groups.


    Proven business skills;


    Proven leadership abilities;

    Articulate and able to effectively market the airport locally, regionally and internationally;
    Desired Qualifications

    The Managing Director will have a Bachelor’s Degree in Airport Management, Business Administration, Engineering, Law, Finance & Accounting, or other relevant field. Possession of an MBA will be an added advantage. The ideal candidate will have five (5) years continuously responsible senior management experience in the Aviation industry dealing with Airline Operations, Airport Management, Airport Operations, or Air Traffic Services. He/she will have strong communication skills, ability to manage, motivate and lead a team, and experience in financial and budgetary analysis.

    Candidates who meet the requirements should submit an application under Ref: KADCO MD/08. The application should comprise: A description of how you believe you qualify for the position, a detailed CV, copies of Diplomas and Certificates, names and addresses of three referees, a contact email address and daytime telephone number.


    Full Applications can be sent by post or hand delivered but must also be sent by email to: davidmosha@gmail.com. Posted or hand-delivered applications should be sent to the address below. Closing date for applications is: 12 September 2008

    Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

    REF: KADCO MD/08

    Attn: D M Mosha

    INTER-CONSULT LTD

    PLOT 47,BLOCK 45C, ALI HASSAN MWINYI ROAD,

    KIJITONYAMA

    P O BOX 423

    DAR ES SALAAM

    TANZANIA
     
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    ANGALIA ATTACHMENT Dev officer's advert
     
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    VACANCIES

    DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS - Canadian International Development Agency

    The Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) is Canada's lead agency for development assistance. It has a mandate to support sustainable development in developing countries in order to reduce poverty and to contribute to a more secure, equitable, and prosperous world. CIDA programming in Tanzania is focused on: health and HIV/AIDS, private sector development, governance and education. The CIDA program is aligned with the Government of Tanzania's National Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty (the MKUKUTA) and is guided by the Joint Assistance Strategy for Tanzania (JAST). Programming is delivered through direct support to the budget and other complementary funding mechanisms. CIDA wishes to recruit two Development Officers; a Senior Development Officer - Private Sector Development ( A1) and a Development Officer (A2).

    Senior Development Officer – Private Sector Development (A1)

    Working closely with a wide range of government officials (including at senior levels), representatives of donor institutions and other key stakeholders, the Senior Development Officer is intended to play a leading role in CIDA's private sector development programming. He or she will work in a dynamic office of about 20 staff, liaising on a daily basis with CIDA officials in the High Commission, the Canadian Cooperation Office and CIDA headquarters in Canada.

    General Responsibilities:

    Based at the Canadian High Commission in Dar es Salaam , the Senior Development Officer:

    · Assists in the identification and development of CIDA programming in Tanzania;

    · Manages CIDA bilateral and regional projects and assists with the implementation of Partnership programs (with Canadian NGO's) and Multilateral programming through the UN and other multilateral organisations;

    · Leads the Private Sector Development team and participates in other CIDA thematic sector teams;

    · Contributes and participates in sector dialogue and review activities with Government of Tanzania officials and development partners;

    · Provides advice, analysis and reporting to CIDA Tanzania program management;

    · Represents CIDA in various development related fora and meetings;

    · Performs other duties related to the delivery of CIDA's aid program, as required





    Essential Qualifications and Experience

    · Masters degree in international development, economics, social sciences, or public administration OR a combination of relevant education and work experience;

    · 5 years or more of relevant work experience;

    · Experience in the planning, management, monitoring and evaluation of private sector development projects and programs;

    · Advanced skills and experience using MS Windows and Office Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint);

    · Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to network and conduct fruitful dialogue and negotiations;

    · Excellent English and Kiswahili oral skills and advanced English written skills (a test will be administered) .



    Assets

    · Work experience with more than one of the following: international cooperation organisation (donor); international financial institution; civil society organisation; academic institution; public or private sector organisation.

    · Experience providing analysis, advice and recommendations to senior government officials at the highest levels;

    · Experience working with representatives of bilateral and multilateral donor organisations and coordinating their work



    Development Officer (A2)

    CIDA is seeking to employ a Development Officer who will work closely with the CIDA team in Tanzania and Canada. The Development Officer is expected to support research and analytical work for the CIDA program including analysis and assessment of the Tanzanian development programming context as well as review and assessment of CIDA projects and programming. He or she will work in a dynamic office of about 20 staff, liaising on a daily basis with CIDA officials in the High Commission, the Canadian Cooperation Office and with CIDA headquarters in Canada.

    General Responsibilities:

    Based at the Canadian High Commission in Dar es Salaam , the Development Officer:

    · Undertakes research and analysis on key development issues;

    · Synthesizes documents, reports and media content on issues of importance to the CIDA program ;

    · Assists in the preparation of briefing materials and advisory notes;

    · Assesses and advises on key issues emanating from CIDA projects and programming;

    · Responds to CIDA HQ, Government and Development Partner requests for information on CIDA program funding

    · Supports the preparation of incoming visits and missions;

    · Provides advice, analysis and reporting to CIDA Tanzania program management;

    · Represents CIDA in various development related fora and meetings;

    · Performs other duties related to the delivery of CIDA's aid program, as required



    Essential Qualifications and Experience



    · Bachelor's degree in international development, economics, social sciences, or public administration OR a combination of relevant education and work experience;

    · 3-5 years or more of relevant work experience;

    · Proven research and analytical skills;

    · Advanced skills and experience using MS Windows and Office Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint);

    · Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to network and conduct fruitful dialogue and negotiations;

    · Excellent English and Kiswahili oral skills and advanced English written skills (a test will be administered) .

    Asset s

    · Work experience with one or more of the following: international cooperation organisations (donor); international financial institution; civil society organisation; academic institution; or private sector.

    · Experience providing analysis, advice and recommendations to senior officials/managers;

    · Experience working with representatives of bilateral and multilateral donor organisations and coordinating their work;

    The successful candidate will be required to meet Government of Canada security requirements.

    To Apply

    Qualified candidates are invited to send:

    · A cover letter which confirms that he or she meets all of the essential qualifications and experience requirements, citing specific examples where possible; Specify whether you are applying for position A1 & A2

    · A complete curriculum vitae;

    · Names and contact information for two professional references.



    To: Human Resources, Canadian Cooperation Office

    38 Mirambo Street

    P.O. Box 80490

    Dar es Salaam

    Or by e-mail to: hr@ccotz.org

    Deadline: All applications must be received at the above address by Monday September 8, 2008 at 14h00.

    Only qualified candidates need apply and only short-listed candidates will be notified.
     
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    PROCUREMENT OFFICER

    We aim to make a real difference by providing relevant, sustainable and personalized banking services to our customers through motivated, skilled & passionate people.
    We are seeking to fill the position of Procurement Officer at Head Office reporting to Administration Manager in Operations Department.

    Job Purpose:

    Coordination of procurement and payment services to reduce and contain cost, thus attaining sustainable savings through strategic sourcing whilst supporting business service delivery.

    Key Accountabilities:
    • Ensure that procurement of goods and services is effected timeously and within budget limits.
    • Purchase and invoice processing ensuring that all accounts are paid timeously
    • Supplier contract award and approval
    • Outsourcing/ Vendor management
    • Attend to all queries with regard to own job promptly
    • Perform other duties assigned by Manager, Administration
    • Effectively participate in the cost control measures
    • CAPEX spend monitoring and reporting
    • Ensure that there are up to date procedures, policies and routine systems governing the procurement process and ensure compliance to the procedures, policies and routine systems.
    • Ensuring that service level agreements are in place with all service providers for services that requires service level agreement

    Competencies:
    • Good verbal communication skills – sincere and articulate.
    • Ability to convey factual information clearly.
    • Diplomatic and tolerant in relaying and receiving information.
    • People management skills, including teambuilding and motivation.
    • Ability to put others at ease and create a good impression.
    • Ability to maintain relationships even when communicating disagreeable information to customers.
    • Customer service-orientated, enjoys assisting others.
    • Methodical, detail-conscious and persevering in problem resolution.
    • Results-orientated and committed to meeting turn-around times/deadlines.
    • Assertive – able to handle conflict and put forward an idea or view despite opposition.
    • Ability to remain calm under pressure and not take criticism personally.
    • Team player, approachable, able to retain optimism despite setbacks.
    • Self-motivated and energetic.

    Knowledge:

    • Undergraduate degree in procurement, finance, accounting, business administration or equivalent qualifications.
    • Holder of National Board of Materials Management (NBMM) Final stage is of more advantageous.
    • Basic knowledge of bank products, services and delivery channels applicable to the market/s served.
    • Knowledge of service standards.
    • Knowledge of risk management, controls and reporting as related to the job.


    Experience:

    • 1 – 2 years in the related field in financial services.



    If you believe you meet the requirements as noted above, kindly forward your application and a detailed CV including present position, names and addresses of three referees, copies of professional /academic certificates, day time telephone contact to:
    Human Resources, 1st Floor Stanbic Centre
    Or email: recruitmenttz@stanbic.com

    Closing Date: 11th September 2008




    RELATIONSHIP OFFICER INSTITUTIONAL BANKING (CIB)

    We aim to make a real difference by providing relevant, sustainable and personalized banking services to our customers through motivated, skilled & passionate people.
    We are seeking to fill the position of RELATIONSHIP OFFICER at Head Office reporting to HEAD INSTITUTIONAL BANKING.

    Job Purpose:

    To assist the Head of Institutional Banking and the relationship managers in managing the overall relationships of the Bank within the public sector and religious organisations, to build relationships and market new products to this sector.

    Key Accountabilities:
    • Understands the overall strategy of Stanbic Africa and Stanbic Bank and how the strategy of Wholesale Banking supports these.
    • Provide support to the business unit (i.e. the head of institutional banking and the relationship managers)
    • Manager a portfolio of clients with full accountability in meeting budgets and maintenance of the relationships.
    • Proactively understands the Clients' strategic direction and long term needs as well as the opportunities and threats to the Clients.
    • Develops and nurtures strategic relationships with the Clients to ensure that the strategy and business objectives of the Client and the Bank are achieved.
    • Continually recommends improvements and adaptations to existing systems, processes and structures in order to ensure current and future viability of Wholesale Banking.
    • In-depth understanding of Financial Service trends and Wholesale Banking practice both nationally and internationally.
    • Aware and has an intimate understanding of the activities of the traditional and non-traditional competitors and the impact on Wholesale Baking's relationship with the Client.
    • Develops an intimate understanding of the clients' industry and business, analyses their modus operandi, management practices, judgement of various influential decision makers, and market conditions affecting the long term viability of the business and industry sector.
    • Understands the implications of non/ substandard delivery of the role.
    • Ensures 100% availability of the service and sales support team.
    • Educates the Client in terms of the structure of Wholesale Banking and Corporate Service and identifies the individuals accountable for the Client's sales and service.
    • Identifies barriers to business development that emanate from sales and service delivery dissatisfaction, and develops strategies to overcome these problems with the relevant members of the team and the Client.
    • Ensures that client confidence is supported by solid delivery of expected benefits, such as cost efficient finance, improved efficiency of financial administration, and reliability of required service standards.
    • Pipeline tracking and monitoring
    • Ensure all portfolio revenues are timeously recovered.




    Competencies:

    • Affinitive – shares with and consults others, enjoys working in a collaborative context.
    • Observant – is in touch with change in the local environment, quick to identify potential opportunities.
    • Forward planning – prepares well in advance, enjoys target setting, forecasts trends, plans projects.
    • Critical – is good at probing the facts, identifies disadvantages and challenges assumptions.
    • Innovative – generates ideas, shows ingenuity, and thinks up solutions.
    • Resourceful, finding practical ways to solve issues.
    • Assertive – will put forward an idea or view despite opposition.
    • Persuasive – enjoys selling, convincing with arguments, negotiates, changes the opinions of others.
    • Flexible - Is open to and is able to cope with change, is able to deal with ambiguity as a result of change
    • Decisive – weighs things up quickly, is prepared to take risks



    Knowledge:

    • A Commerce degree or equivalent.
    • Banking experience, specifically within the Branch network.



    Experience:

    • Some experience in managing clients, working with departments, etc
    • Knowledge of the banks services, products & departments.
    • Must be an aggressive person who can handle stress and pressure.



    Education Level

    • A minimum degree holder from a reputable institution.



    If you believe you meet the requirements as noted above, kindly forward your application and a detailed CV including present position, names and addresses of three referees, copies of professional /academic certificates, day time telephone contact to:
    Human Resources, 1st Floor Stanbic Centre
    Or email: recruitmenttz@stanbic.com

    Closing Date: 10th September 2008
     
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    Responsable Ressource Forecast - Senegal:
    Responsable technique Telecom - Senegal :
    GAC Technical Specialist- Nairobi Kenya:Applications
    should be directed to osjobs@worldvision. com.au





    Responsable Ressource Forecast

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    Location :
    Country : Senegal
    Company : AFRICSEARCH


    Description :
    Basé à Dakar, le Responsable Ressource Forecast aura
    pour principales activités:
    - La cotation de services : contact avec les chefs de
    projet pour faire le Forecast ;
    - La consolidation du Forecast ;
    - Le suivi des catalogues de services utilisés pour le
    tendering ;
    - Le suivi de la réduction des écarts entre les
    cotations et les réalisations ;
    - La présentation des études de tendering.

    Qualifications : Le candidat est un Ingénieur Télécom
    de formation possédant environ huit années
    d'expérience dans le domaine des télécom.

    Dynamique et très autonome, il a le sens du contact
    pour travailler en étroite collaboration avec les
    forces commerciales en phase d'anticipation.

    Il est de langue maternelle française et maîtrise
    l'anglais.


    Contact Details

    Contact Person :
    Telephone :
    Fax :
    E-mail : info@africsearch. com
    Apply Online :
    Website :
    Reference : FJA-AFR-02-ALC


    Responsable technique Telecom
    ------------ --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- -

    Location :
    Country : Senegal
    Company : AFRICSEARCH


    Description :
    Basé à Dakar, le titulaire du poste aura pour
    principales responsabilité s:
    - Le développement des réseaux pour toute la région
    West & Central Africa ;
    - L'analyse du forecast et du gap en termes de projet
    et ressource ;
    - La gestion d'une équipe de quarante personnes ;
    - Le management et le suivi des pilotes et des
    ressources des sites ;
    - La gestion de la Cellule d'optimisation radio
    rattachée au centre et du support d'architecture
    réseaux GSM.


    Qualifications : Titulaire d'un diplôme d'Ingénieur
    en Télécommunication, le candidat bénéficie d'au moins
    huit ans d'expérience en tant que CTO (Chief Technic
    Officer radio) qui lui a permis de se doter de
    d'excellentes compétence techniques, notamment en
    technologie GSM (2G ; 2,5G et 3G) et en BSS.

    Il possède de solides capacités managériales ainsi
    qu'un potentiel d'évolution assez élevé.

    Il est de langue maternelle française et maîtrise
    l'anglais.


    Contact Details

    Contact Person :
    Telephone :
    Fax :
    E-mail : info@africsearch. com
    Apply Online :
    Website :
    Reference : FJA-AFR-01-ALC


    Job Title: GAC Technical Specialist
    Location: Nairobi, Kenya
    Country: Kenya
    Company: World Vision

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    Description:
    PURPOSE OF POSITION:

    The GAC Technical Specialist position will be an
    integral part of the Global Access and Connectivity
    Team. The incumbent will be the GAC presence on the
    ground in WV regional locations. This role is to be
    both the face of GAC and means of delivering
    operational capability to our WV clients.

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

    1. Engagement
    a. Provide customer support to National Offices for
    establishing new projects, trouble shooting existing
    connections and second level technical support
    b. Manage relationship with GAC clients and stake
    holders, working in close collaboration with GCIT and
    regional IT leadership
    c. Interact with customers (local and remote) via
    email, telephone or other means to provide requested
    services within a defined time frame and level of
    quality.
    d. Follow case management for all calls allocated to
    ensure that customer expectations are set and the
    progress of problem resolution is communicated, and
    service levels are met.
    2. Technical Expertise
    a. Undertake connectivity implementations as required
    b. Provide technical expertise in connectivity,
    networking and security domains
    c. Provide second and third level support for
    technical problem solving and trouble shooting in
    connectivity and networking
    d. Transfer skills to NO IT staff as required
    3. Manage
    a. Act as project manager for GAC projects as
    required.
    b. Manage own activities in an organized way that is
    consistent the GAC project management processes
    c. Prepare project plans for client engagements and
    own activities
    d. Monitor and ensure customer satisfaction with GAC
    related projects and services
    4. Analyse and Document
    a. Evaluate and analyze customer requests against
    defined criteria and formulate appropriate responses
    towards resolution
    b. Document activities and learnings on a continuous
    basis and as part of a learning team
    5. Other Responsibilities
    a. While this job description is intended to be an
    accurate reflection of the duties involved in this
    position, WVI reserves the right to add, remove or
    alter duties when business need dictates. A TOR
    document will be agreed previously to the beginning of
    functions.
     
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    EMPLOYEMENT OPPORTUNITY – Development Assistant Specialist
    The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) is seeking an individual for the position of Development Assistant Specialist.

    Note: All applicants must be residing in country and have the required work and/or residency permits allowing employment in country prior to applying for this position to be eligible for consideration.

    BASIC FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITION:

    This position is located in Millennium Challenge Office (MCC) within the U.S. Embassy, Dar es Salaam. The position is located in the Office of the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC). The MCC is a U.S. Government agency whose mission is to provide assistance that will support economic growth and poverty reduction in carefully selected developing countries that demonstrate a commitment to just and democratic governance, economic freedom, and investments in peoples. MCC is an innovative, partnership-based approach to development assistance involving substantial resources and a high degree of consultation with a sharp focus on achieving measurable results.

    MCC, by design, has a lean presence on the ground but a high degree or responsibility for large, complex, high-priority economic growth programs that are implemented by partner countries. As a result, members of MCC's small Mission staff will need to be highly skilled, flexible and able to create structure from the ground up, have very sound and skilled independent judgment and be tolerant of pressure and change. The incumbent must exhibit excellent technical ability and social judgment.

    The primary purpose of this position is to serve as the senior FSN specialist and project implementation expert within the Millennium Challenge Corporation Tanzania team. She/he will serve as the principal FSN advisor to develop, implement and manage a wide range of technical project activities, policy positions, budget and fiscal oversight, program planning and other complex issues related to the host country-led development program.

    The incumbent of this position serves as an expert and principal FSN advisor and is responsible for creating effective working relationships with relevant government officials in Tanzania, with MCC Washington staff, the donor community, key stakeholders throughout Tanzania, and other organizations interested in the MCA program.

    The senior FSN specialist will play a critical role in the successful implementation and oversight of the MCA-Tanzania program as she/he assists the Resident Country Director (RCD) and Deputy Resident Country Director (DRCD) to provide ongoing guidance, advice, technical design and feedback and support on program implementation. The DAS will report regularly to the RCD and will be held to very high professional standards within the small MCC core team.

    MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Strategic Objective Duties

    Serve as principal FSN expert and advisor to the MCC on all matters related to program operations; implementation planning; adherence to MCC approvals and internal control procedures; program audit; monitoring and impact evaluation; quarterly program review; and program reporting.

    Provide the RCD and DRCD with oversight, feedback and guidance with respect to their implementation of Compact programs. The DAS work will require close discussions and specific technical interaction with the Ministries of Finance, Water, Energy, and Minerals, and Infrastructure Development. The DAS will provide guidance to the RCD and DRCD on implementation status and ensures the GOT complies with the conditions precedent established in the Compact.

    Serve as principal advisor to the RCD and DRCD in the: a) preparation of technical analysis/assessments to identify areas for technical support and improved implementation; track milestones and concrete progress on compact implementation; recommend appropriate action such as program modifications, and manage coordination efforts on program evaluation and impact assessments. Serve as key liaison with GOT institution and private sector institutions and other non-government organizations.

    MCC Mission Wide Duties

    Coordinate with MCC Washington staff, to ensure proper implementation of MCC's approvals and other internal control procedures, as well as to advance audit and impact evaluation efforts. In addition, ensure timely delivery of such reports, plans, approvals and agreements as may be required for program implementation.

    With the RCD develop MCC internal guidance and schedules for the development of the Annual Performance and Budget Request process in accordance with MCC Washington and Embassy Tanzania. Works with the Post financial management officer to develop and oversee the MCC Resident Office budget. Drafts specific documents as needed, to include, but not limited to: Congressional Budget Justification Overview.

    Work with the DRCD to manage, supervise and report on MCC's in-country presence, including as related to procurement, staffing, budgeting, and financial and asset management needs, and to coordinate in-country visits by MCC staff and technical advisors. Develop a tracking system and maintain data on other donor activities, donor and academic analyses, and private sector experiences and approaches to the technical aspects of key sectors and activities reflected in the country's Compact.

    Prepare and clear briefing papers, speeches, talking points and reports on Compact implementation and issues related to MCC activities and approaches. Respond to inquiries from MCA-Tanzania, MCC Washington staff, US Congress, other USG agencies, and MCC stakeholders in-country. Organize public outreach and representational events in-country relating to MCC activities and Compact implementation, including helping to represent MCC in interactions with CODELs, other donors, representatives of the local business community and civil society and other interested parties in the country.

    Support the RCD's efforts to keep the Chief of Mission (COM) informed regarding MCC activities and developments in country. Serve as acting DRCD in the absence of the DRCD.

    QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

    NOTE: All applicants are instructed to address each selection criterion detailed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each criteria.

    Education: Possession of a B.A degree in Economics, Political Science, Public Administration, International Trade, Business Administration, Civil Engineering, or another related discipline is required. Possession of an M.A Degree in the same fields is highly recommended.

    Prior experience: At least seven years of progressively responsible work experience in strategic planning, program design, general management, or the procedures, policies and goals of development assistance is desired.

    Language proficiency:
    Level IV (fluent) in English and Kiswahili (speaking, writing and reading) is required.

    Knowledge:

    • A good working knowledge of business development, trade and investment, non-financial sector services, program design and management, project finance, business planning, development assistance programs, and strong understanding of Tanzania's development priorities in the enterprise development sector is required.
    • Significant experience in negotiating and managing complex activities in a team environment is required.
    • The ability to prepare and maintain financial, budgetary, economic, and/or technical analyses and evaluations would be desirable.
    • A comprehensive knowledge of GOT national policies, laws, economic, political, social and cultural trends in general would be desirable.

    Skills and Abilities:
    • Must have demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, plus the ability to develop and maintain and engage a broad range of contacts in the public and private sectors as well as within key US Embassy posts.
    • Data management and analysis skills, including computer literacy with experience in database applications and word processing.
    • Must be able to obtain, analyze and evaluate complex material; prepare accurate, factual and analytical reports; and provide objective advice
    • Excellent interpersonal skills are required.

    Specialized Skills:
    • The DAS should have a background to include experience in the private sector, a development organization such as the World Bank, an international NGO, an international commercial bank, the U.S. Foreign Service, the U.S. Foreign and Commercial Service or similar international development entity.
    • Knowledge of the principles, concepts and methodology involved in the development, implementation, management and evaluation of international development and/or investment program/projects, and in particular those involving large scale infrastructure investments.
    • Experience in a team setting; experience in researching and preparing effective communications and reports assessing and describing program/project progress.
    • Background in conducting program oversight, management to include experience in the analysis and interpretation of data, and in the preparation of analytical reports regarding implementation and impacts of investments and/or assistance is highly desired.

    TO APPLY:

    Applications outlining relevant qualifications, printed C.V. with names of three (3) references, any other documents (e.g. essays, certificates, awards, copies of degrees earned) that address the qualification requirements of the position as listed above and your contact telephone number(s), e-mail, and/or mailing address. Application should be sent via post or dropped off at the Embassy main gate for the attention of:

    Human Resources Section
    American Embassy
    P.O. Box 9123
    Dar es Salaam
     
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    EMPLOYEMENT OPPORTUNITY – Development Assistant Specialist
    The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) is seeking an individual for the position of Development Assistant Specialist.

    Note: All applicants must be residing in country and have the required work and/or residency permits allowing employment in country prior to applying for this position to be eligible for consideration.

    BASIC FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITION:

    This position is located in Millennium Challenge Office (MCC) within the U.S. Embassy, Dar es Salaam. The position is located in the Office of the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC). The MCC is a U.S. Government agency whose mission is to provide assistance that will support economic growth and poverty reduction in carefully selected developing countries that demonstrate a commitment to just and democratic governance, economic freedom, and investments in peoples. MCC is an innovative, partnership-based approach to development assistance involving substantial resources and a high degree of consultation with a sharp focus on achieving measurable results.

    MCC, by design, has a lean presence on the ground but a high degree or responsibility for large, complex, high-priority economic growth programs that are implemented by partner countries. As a result, members of MCC’s small Mission staff will need to be highly skilled, flexible and able to create structure from the ground up, have very sound and skilled independent judgment and be tolerant of pressure and change. The incumbent must exhibit excellent technical ability and social judgment.

    The primary purpose of this position is to serve as the senior FSN specialist and project implementation expert within the Millennium Challenge Corporation Tanzania team. She/he will serve as the principal FSN advisor to develop, implement and manage a wide range of technical project activities, policy positions, budget and fiscal oversight, program planning and other complex issues related to the host country-led development program.

    The incumbent of this position serves as an expert and principal FSN advisor and is responsible for creating effective working relationships with relevant government officials in Tanzania, with MCC Washington staff, the donor community, key stakeholders throughout Tanzania, and other organizations interested in the MCA program.

    The senior FSN specialist will play a critical role in the successful implementation and oversight of the MCA-Tanzania program as she/he assists the Resident Country Director (RCD) and Deputy Resident Country Director (DRCD) to provide ongoing guidance, advice, technical design and feedback and support on program implementation. The DAS will report regularly to the RCD and will be held to very high professional standards within the small MCC core team.

    MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Strategic Objective Duties

    Serve as principal FSN expert and advisor to the MCC on all matters related to program operations; implementation planning; adherence to MCC approvals and internal control procedures; program audit; monitoring and impact evaluation; quarterly program review; and program reporting.

    Provide the RCD and DRCD with oversight, feedback and guidance with respect to their implementation of Compact programs. The DAS work will require close discussions and specific technical interaction with the Ministries of Finance, Water, Energy, and Minerals, and Infrastructure Development. The DAS will provide guidance to the RCD and DRCD on implementation status and ensures the GOT complies with the conditions precedent established in the Compact.

    Serve as principal advisor to the RCD and DRCD in the: a) preparation of technical analysis/assessments to identify areas for technical support and improved implementation; track milestones and concrete progress on compact implementation; recommend appropriate action such as program modifications, and manage coordination efforts on program evaluation and impact assessments. Serve as key liaison with GOT institution and private sector institutions and other non-government organizations.

    MCC Mission Wide Duties

    Coordinate with MCC Washington staff, to ensure proper implementation of MCC’s approvals and other internal control procedures, as well as to advance audit and impact evaluation efforts. In addition, ensure timely delivery of such reports, plans, approvals and agreements as may be required for program implementation.

    With the RCD develop MCC internal guidance and schedules for the development of the Annual Performance and Budget Request process in accordance with MCC Washington and Embassy Tanzania. Works with the Post financial management officer to develop and oversee the MCC Resident Office budget. Drafts specific documents as needed, to include, but not limited to: Congressional Budget Justification Overview.

    Work with the DRCD to manage, supervise and report on MCC’s in-country presence, including as related to procurement, staffing, budgeting, and financial and asset management needs, and to coordinate in-country visits by MCC staff and technical advisors. Develop a tracking system and maintain data on other donor activities, donor and academic analyses, and private sector experiences and approaches to the technical aspects of key sectors and activities reflected in the country’s Compact.

    Prepare and clear briefing papers, speeches, talking points and reports on Compact implementation and issues related to MCC activities and approaches. Respond to inquiries from MCA-Tanzania, MCC Washington staff, US Congress, other USG agencies, and MCC stakeholders in-country. Organize public outreach and representational events in-country relating to MCC activities and Compact implementation, including helping to represent MCC in interactions with CODELs, other donors, representatives of the local business community and civil society and other interested parties in the country.

    Support the RCD’s efforts to keep the Chief of Mission (COM) informed regarding MCC activities and developments in country. Serve as acting DRCD in the absence of the DRCD.

    QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

    NOTE: All applicants are instructed to address each selection criterion detailed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each criteria.

    Education: Possession of a B.A degree in Economics, Political Science, Public Administration, International Trade, Business Administration, Civil Engineering, or another related discipline is required. Possession of an M.A Degree in the same fields is highly recommended.

    Prior experience: At least seven years of progressively responsible work experience in strategic planning, program design, general management, or the procedures, policies and goals of development assistance is desired.

    Language proficiency:
    Level IV (fluent) in English and Kiswahili (speaking, writing and reading) is required.

    Knowledge:

    • A good working knowledge of business development, trade and investment, non-financial sector services, program design and management, project finance, business planning, development assistance programs, and strong understanding of Tanzania’s development priorities in the enterprise development sector is required.
    • Significant experience in negotiating and managing complex activities in a team environment is required.
    • The ability to prepare and maintain financial, budgetary, economic, and/or technical analyses and evaluations would be desirable.
    • A comprehensive knowledge of GOT national policies, laws, economic, political, social and cultural trends in general would be desirable.

    Skills and Abilities:
    • Must have demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, plus the ability to develop and maintain and engage a broad range of contacts in the public and private sectors as well as within key US Embassy posts.
    • Data management and analysis skills, including computer literacy with experience in database applications and word processing.
    • Must be able to obtain, analyze and evaluate complex material; prepare accurate, factual and analytical reports; and provide objective advice
    • Excellent interpersonal skills are required.

    Specialized Skills:
    • The DAS should have a background to include experience in the private sector, a development organization such as the World Bank, an international NGO, an international commercial bank, the U.S. Foreign Service, the U.S. Foreign and Commercial Service or similar international development entity.
    • Knowledge of the principles, concepts and methodology involved in the development, implementation, management and evaluation of international development and/or investment program/projects, and in particular those involving large scale infrastructure investments.
    • Experience in a team setting; experience in researching and preparing effective communications and reports assessing and describing program/project progress.
    • Background in conducting program oversight, management to include experience in the analysis and interpretation of data, and in the preparation of analytical reports regarding implementation and impacts of investments and/or assistance is highly desired.

    TO APPLY:

    Applications outlining relevant qualifications, printed C.V. with names of three (3) references, any other documents (e.g. essays, certificates, awards, copies of degrees earned) that address the qualification requirements of the position as listed above and your contact telephone number(s), e-mail, and/or mailing address. Application should be sent via post or dropped off at the Embassy main gate for the attention of:

    Human Resources Section
    American Embassy
    P.O. Box 9123
    Dar es Salaam

    CLOSING DATE FOR THIS POSITION: SEPTEMBER 15, 2008
    An Equal Opportunity Employer
     
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    EMPLOYEMENT OPPORTUNITY – Supply Clerk
    The U.S. Embassy in Dar es Salaam is seeking an individual for the position of Supply Clerk in the General Service Section.

    Note: All applicants must be residing in country and have the required work and/or residency permits allowing employment in country prior to applying for this position to be eligible for consideration.

    BASIC FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITION:

    Receiving, issuing and maintaining office supplies stock level.

    MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. Receives, store and issue all office supplies to the requestors on daily basis.

    2. Initiate ordering levels for all office supplies stocked at warehouse.

    3. Participate on yearly inventory for expendable supplies.

    4. Other largely clerical tasks as directed by supervisor.

    QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

    NOTE: All applicants are instructed to address each selection criterion detailed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each criteria.

    Education: Completion of elementary school is required.

    Prior experience: Two years of supply related experience, preferably with the U.S Government required.

    Language proficiency: Level III (good working knowledge) English ability is required.

    Knowledge: Must have a good knowledge of those Department of State and /or associated agency supply instructions and procedures which apply to storekeeping.

    Skills & ability: Must be capable of performing fairly arduous work including heavy lifting; must be able to operate the types of materials handling equipment used; and must have computer application knowledge.

    TO APPLY:

    Applications outlining relevant qualifications, printed C.V. with names of three (3) references, any other documents (e.g. essays, certificates, awards, copies of degrees earned) that address the qualification requirements of the position as listed above and your contact telephone number(s), e-mail, and/or mailing address. Application should be sent via post or dropped off at the Embassy main gate for the attention of:

    SUBMIT APPLICATION TO:

    American Embassy
    Human Resources Office
    P.O. Box 9123
    Dar es Salaam

    CLOSING DATE FOR THIS POSITION: SEPTEMBER 15, 2008
    An Equal Opportunity Employer
     
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    ICT Officer – Technical Architecture, P-2, Information Technology Solutions and Services Division, New York Headquarters (TFT)
    Under the direct guidance of the Infrastructure Engineering Architect, the ICT Officer – Technical Architecture will:
    Write/develop and implement appropriate software scripts and/or programs using Java, Dot.Net, Visual Basic, or appropriate platform/programming language, to fulfill and complete the technical design and requirements as part of a total solution or workaround in a specific system environment. (25%)
    Develop, test, validate and document UNICEF’s standard client and server operating systems (e.g. Windows NT, 2000, 2003, 2008, XP, Vista etc.) and other core software (e.g. Active Directory, WinTerms, Citrix etc.). Test hands-on, newly-released service packs, fixes and patches for appropriate inclusion into the standard UNICEF build. Using the appropriate tools create customized software builds for enterprise deployment to client PCs in multiple, geographically dispersed locations. Issue timely documentation on new software releases and upgrades in synchronization with ITD rollout schedule. (25%)
    Design and formulate procedures for ITSSD Operations to deal with desktop and server hardware as well as operating system installations and configurations (e.g. installation and configuration of ghost OS and application images, procedural guidelines for maintenance and systems support, etc). Provide end-user training as required and provide the back-end support of enterprise migrations and cutovers as they relate to the officially supported IT standards. Work regularly with ITSSD Operations and applications teams to ensure that the IT standards and procedures have been properly documented and understood by the user community – e.g. ProMS, SAP, Notes/Domino, Web/Inernet, etc. Debug, refine or optimize the application environment in terms of the operating system and hardware components. (20%)
    Together with other Technical Architecture’s Infrastructure Engineering Staff, actively participate in reviewing existing standards and procedures within the context of the enterprise IT architecture, recommending new solutions as appropriate. Participate in the “applied research and development” efforts of the Technical Architecture section, including “proof of concept” setups of systems under serious consideration or hands-on evaluation. (15%)
    Act as an SME (Subject Matter Expert) on technical issues, escalated by Help Desk or other ITSSD operational units, for desktops/laptops running Windows XP/Vista and servers running Windows 2003/2008. Recommend fine-tuning guidelines for client and server operating systems as they relate to a particular application environment. (10%)
    Perform any other duties as assigned by the supervisor. (5%)

    Required qualifications:
    - Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, engineering or other related area. Training in a related technical or engineering discipline, including course work in technical developments and application of leading-edge information technology.
    Technical Knowledge:
    - Strong knowledge and experience with Windows Operating Systems (XP & Server 2003)
    - Windows Operating Systems Imaging processes
    - Experience with enterprise client-server systems and applications
    - Strong knowledge of various scripting technologies
    - Experience with software testing methodologies
    - Strong logical thinking with capability to analyze, design and implement business processes and translate them into automated solutions required.
    - Good technical and business process documentation skills
    - Understanding of UNICEF’s business processes a plus.
    Required work experience:
    - At least 2 years professional work experience in desktop-based client/server computing and operating systems. Extensive knowledge of the operating systems imaging processes, programming, scripting and documentation writing. Exposure to messaging, network-centric apps (e.g., directory services, Citrix), and advanced networking is highly desirable.
    Language skills:
    - Must be fluent in English. Knowledge of other UN language is desirable.
    Required competencies:
    - UNICEF Foundational Competencies that is commonly required for all UNICEF staff
    o Commitment (e.g., Initiative, especially during emergency situations)
    o Drive for Result
    o Embracing Diversity
    o Integrity
    o Self-Awareness and Self-Regulation
    o Team Work (e.g., Team work and leadership ability)
    - UNICEF Functional Competency that is required for this position
    o Communication
    o Analytical and Conceptual Thinking (e.g., Detail oriented)
    o Building Trust
    o Judgment
    o Managing Resources (e.g., ability to organize, plan and prioritize tasks as well as skills for time management and work sharing).

    If you have got experience of working in a similar capacity and want to make an active and lasting contribution to build a better world for children, send a detailed curriculum vitae in English, AND a duly completed United Nations Personal History form (available at www.unicef.org/employ), quoting “VN-ICTOfficer - Technical Architecture” to: isspost@unicef.org. Applications should be received by 17 September 2008. Only candidates who are under serious consideration will be contacted. The successful candidate will be offered a temporary contract for a period of eleven months.

    UNICEF’s salary and benefits package is based on the United Nations Common System; visit www.un.org/Depts/OHRM/salaries_allowances for further information.

    UNICEF is committed to gender equality in its mandate and its staff. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.
    Project Manager, Civil Society, P-4, Office of Civil Society Partnerships, New York Headquarters (TFT)
    Summary: The Civil Society Partnerships Section (CSP) within UNICEF’s Programme Division supports the organization’s work with Civil Society. CSP is supporting the EC-funded project ‘Comprehensive Toolkit to address Child Rights in Development Cooperation,’ which is led by the Gender and Rights Unit and involves the development of child rights toolkits on key issues, such as legislation, participation, emergencies, budgeting. CSP is responsible for the Civil Society component of the project. Under the general guidance and direction of the Chief, Civil Society Partnerships, the candidate will provide technical and policy support and guidance in the development of the Civil Society component of the project, including developing a toolkit and comprehensive learning package.

    Planned Activities and Deliverables:
    The candidate will be expected to contribute to the overall CSP workplan. In addition, the candidate’s main activities and deliverables will include:
    1. Conduct extensive literature and desk review on civil society and children’s rights (including reviewing Civil Society work at HQ, Regional, and CO levels).
    2. Form a Civil Society Experts Advisory Group with regular meetings and interactions.
    3. Organize a Consultation Workshop bringing together Civil Society experts from around the world.
    4. Coordinate closely with other Toolkit focal points from other sections (e.g. EMOPs, DPP) to contribute to the development of the various toolkits, including actively participating at other toolkit workshops/meetings.
    5. Communicate regularly with staff at HQ, Regional, and CO levels to receive feedback and share lessons learned and good practices.
    6. Develop Civil Society toolkit (with a strong emphasis on the cross-cutting role Civil Society plays within all areas of child rights as addressed by the other toolkits).
    7. Develop Comprehensive Learning Package highlighting key resources on working with various types of civil society actors (e.g. NGOs, faith groups, youth associations, trade unions, academic and research institutions).
    8. Support roll-out of toolkit/learning package in pilot project countries
    9. Support other tasks as requested by the supervisor.

    Skills and qualifications:
    - Advanced university degree in social sciences, international law or international relations, with an emphasis on human rights.
    - Eight years progressively responsible professional work experience with Civil Society at the national and international levels in programme planning, management, monitoring, and evaluation.
    - Current knowledge of the latest developments and technology in the field.
    - Proven ability to conceptualize, develop, plan and manage training modules/ toolkits, as well as to impart knowledge and teach skills.
    - Good analytical, negotiating, communication and advocacy skills.
    - Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-cultural environment and establish harmonious and effective working relationships both within and outside the organization.
    - Computer skills, including internet navigation and various office applications.
    - Fluency in English. Fluency in another UN language required (ideally French).
    - Well organized and ability/drive to take initiatives and to push through results.
    - Ability to ensure timely delivery of results and meet deadlines.

    If you have got experience of working in a similar capacity and want to make an active and lasting contribution to build a better world for children, send a detailed curriculum vitae in English, AND a duly completed United Nations Personal History form (available at www.unicef.org/employ), quoting “VN-08-Civil Society Partnership VA” to: shanmer@unicef.org. Applications should be received by 19 September 2008. Only candidates who are under serious consideration and who are available for immediate placement will be contacted. The successful candidate will be offered a temporary contract for a period of one year.
    UNICEF’s salary and benefits package is based on the United Nations Common System; visit www.un.org/Depts/OHRM/salaries_allowances for further information.
    UNICEF is committed to gender equality in its mandate and its staff. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.
    Chief, WES, L-5, Abuja, Nigeria
    If you are a passionate and committed professional and want to make a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you. UNICEF seeks a Chief, WES to be based in its Abuja, Nigeria office.

    You will manage the WASH aspects of programme development and implementation, promoting and ensuring their full complementarity with other Sectoral and cross-sectoral components of the Country Programme of Co-operation, thereby advancing the rights-based approach to programming.

    Your profile:
    Advanced university degree in public health engineering/geology or related field.
    At least ten years experience in implementing water and environmental sanitation programmes in developing countries, at progressively more responsible levels. Experience in promoting intersectoral programmes with WES components desirable.
    Current knowledge of the latest developments and technology in the field.
    Proven ability to conceptualize, develop, plan and manage programmes, as well as to impart knowledge and teach skills.
    Leadership and teamwork abilities.
    Ability to supervise and direct a team of professional and support staff.
    Good analytical, negotiating, communication and advocacy skills.
    Gender/human rights/humanitarian principles training an advantage.
    Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-cultural environment and establish harmonious and effective working relationships both within and outside the organization.
    Computer skills, including internet navigation and various office applications.
    Fluency in written and spoken English. Knowledge of French an asset. Knowledge of one or more local languages an asset.

    If you have got experience of working in a similar capacity and want to make an active and lasting contribution to build a better world for children, send a detailed curriculum vitae in English, AND a duly completed United Nations Personal History form (available at www.unicef.org/employ), quoting VN-08-576 to: recruit.WES@unicef.org. Applications should be received by 14 September 2008. Only candidates who are under serious consideration will be contacted.

    UNICEF’s salary and benefits package is based on the United Nations Common System; visit www.un.org/Depts/OHRM/salaries_allowances for further information.

    UNICEF is committed to gender equality in its mandate and its staff. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.
    Communication Specialist, P-4, Abuja, Nigeria
    If you are a passionate and committed professional and want to make a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you. UNICEF seeks a Communication Specialist to be based in its Abuja, Nigeria office.

    Under the general guidance of the Representative, you will be responsible for the conceptualization, planning, execution, monitoring and evaluation of an advocacy and communication strategy to promote respect for children's rights and support UNICEF's mission in the country.

    Your profile:
    Advanced university degree in Communication, Journalism, Public Relations; or equivalent professional work experience in the communication area, combined with a university degree in a related field.
    Eight years progressively responsible professional work experience in communication, print and broadcast media or interactive digital media, four years of which should be in developing countries, and two at the management level.
    Knowledge of current theories and practices in communication research, planning and strategy, and the role of mass media.
    General ability to express clearly and concisely ideas and concepts in written and oral form; specific skills in writing press releases and articles/stories for traditional and electronic media.
    Proven ability to conceptualize, plan and execute ideas, as well as impart knowledge and teach skills.
    Proven ability to effectively manage relationships with media representatives, government officials and other UNICEF partners.
    Knowledge of computer systems, including internet navigation, office applications, and specifically, interactive digital media.
    Proven ability to work as part of a team.
    Fluency in English and another UN language required. Knowledge of the local working language of the duty station is an asset.

    If you have got experience of working in a similar capacity and want to make an active and lasting contribution to build a better world for children, send a detailed curriculum vitae in English, AND a duly completed United Nations Personal History form (available at www.unicef.org/employ), quoting VN-08-578 to: recruit.COM@unicef.org. Applications should be received by 23 September 2008. Only candidates who are under serious consideration will be contacted.

    UNICEF’s salary and benefits package is based on the United Nations Common System; visit www.un.org/Depts/OHRM/salaries_allowances for further information.

    UNICEF is committed to gender equality in its mandate and its staff. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.
    Chief, WES, L-5, Luanda, Angola
    If you are a passionate and committed professional and want to make a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you. UNICEF seeks a Chief, WES to be based in its Luanda, Angola office.

    Under the overall guidance of the Chief of Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD), you will provide leadership and responsibility to the overall management of the WASH programme within the ACSD country programme, including coordination of the programme, design, planning and implementation of interventions, and administration of the programme. You will also serve as an adviser to Angolan government counterparts on WASH issues and budgets.

    Your profile:
    Advanced university degree in water supply and sanitation engineering, water resource management or a related technical field.
    Ten years progressive responsible professional work experience at the national and international levels in WASH programme planning and management in a related field, with emphasis on overall management or strategic planning, leadership, coordination and hygiene sanitation behaviour change communication.
    Knowledge of the latest developments and technology in related fields, including knowledge in the development of school and health facility based water supply and sanitation technologies and hygiene promotion/behaviour change communication.
    Proven ability to conceptualize, plan and manage programmes, as well as to impart knowledge and teach skills.
    Leadership, supervisory and managerial skills.
    Good analytical, negotiation, communication and advocacy skills.
    Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-cultural environment and establish harmonious and effective working relationships both within and outside the organization.
    Computer skills, including internet navigation and various office applications.
    Fluency in English and Portuguese required. Knowledge of another UN working language is an asset.

    If you have got experience of working in a similar capacity and want to make an active and lasting contribution to build a better world for children, send a detailed curriculum vitae in English, AND a duly completed United Nations Personal History form (available at www.unicef.org/employ), quoting VN-08-579 to: recruit.WES@unicef.org. Applications should be received by 14 September 2008. Only candidates who are under serious consideration will be contacted.

    UNICEF’s salary and benefits package is based on the United Nations Common System; visit www.un.org/Depts/OHRM/salaries_allowances for further information.

    UNICEF is committed to gender equality in its mandate and its staff. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.

    Nutrition Manager, L-4, Nairobi, Kenya
    If you are a passionate and committed professional and want to make a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you. UNICEF seeks a Nutrition Manager to be based in its Nairobi (UNICEF Somalia Support Centre), Kenya.

    Under the general guidance of the Chief, Health & Nutrition, you will be responsible for the development, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the Nutrition programme within the country programme.

    Your profile:
    Advanced university degree in social sciences or a related technical field
    Eight years progressively responsible professional work experience at the national and international levels in programme planning, management, monitoring, and evaluation, in a related field
    Current knowledge of the latest developments and technology in the field.
    Proven ability to conceptualize, develop, plan and manage programmes, as well as to impart knowledge and teach skills.
    Leadership and teamwork abilities.
    Good analytical, negotiating, communication and advocacy skills.
    Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-cultural environment and establish harmonious and effective working relationships both within and outside the organization.
    Computer skills, including internet navigation, various office applications and statistical software packages.
    Fluency in English and another UN language required. Knowledge of the local working language of the duty station is an asset.

    If you have got experience of working in a similar capacity and want to make an active and lasting contribution to build a better world for children, send a detailed curriculum vitae in English, AND a duly completed United Nations Personal History form (available at www.unicef.org/employ), quoting VN-08-581 to: recruit.HN@unicef.org. Applications should be received by 14 September 2008. Only candidates who are under serious consideration will be contacted.

    UNICEF’s salary and benefits package is based on the United Nations Common System; visit www.un.org/Depts/OHRM/salaries_allowances for further information.

    UNICEF is committed to gender equality in its mandate and its staff. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.
    Water and Sanitation Specialist, L-3, Asmara, Eritrea
    If you are a passionate and committed professional and want to make a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you. UNICEF seeks a Water and Sanitation Specialist to be based in its Asmara, Eritrea office.

    You will be responsible for the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Sanitation and Hygiene component of Community Water, Sanitation and Hygiene project within the WASH programme.

    Your profile:
    Advanced university degree in sanitary engineering, public health, social sciences or related technical field.
    Five years of progressively responsible professional work experience at the national and international levels in rural and school sanitation programme management, monitoring and evaluation, in a related field.
    Knowledge of the latest developments and technology in related fields.
    Analytical, negotiating, communication and advocacy skills.
    Supervisory and managerial skills.
    Leadership and teamwork abilities.
    Computer skills, including internet navigation and various office applications.
    Demonstrated ability to work in an a multi-cultural environment and establish harmonious and effective working relationships, both within and outside the organization.
    Fluency in English and another UN language required. Knowledge of the local working language of the duty station is an asset.

    If you have got experience of working in a similar capacity and want to make an active and lasting contribution to build a better world for children, send a detailed curriculum vitae in English, AND a duly completed United Nations Personal History form (available at www.unicef.org/employ), quoting VN-08-582 to: recruit.WES@unicef.org. Applications should be received by 14 September 2008. Only candidates who are under serious consideration will be contacted.

    UNICEF’s salary and benefits package is based on the United Nations Common System; visit www.un.org/Depts/OHRM/salaries_allowances for further information.

    UNICEF is committed to gender equality in its mandate and its staff. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.
    Chief, Health, L-5, New Delhi, India
    If you are a passionate and committed professional and want to make a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you. UNICEF seeks a Chief, Health to be based in its New Delhi, India office.

    You will provide expert advice and assistance to the UNICEF-India Country Office (ICO) senior managers and Government of India counterparts on relevant measures for determining UNICEF programming priorities in the programme area and identifying areas of convergent programming with other development sectors. This includes providing assistance in the formulation of long-term policies and strategies of UNICEF-ICO – both programme related and cross-sectoral – that are innovative and respond to the changing development context in India.
    Responsible for the overall development and cooperation of rights-based, reproductive and child health programme activities that are: (a) in support of maternal, newborn and child health, closely collaborating with other child survival related programmes; i.e., nutrition, water/sanitation, behavior change communication (BCC) and HIV/AIDS, and (b) reflect an analysis of national development policy, Govt. of India (GOI) schemes and programmes.
    You will also have overall accountability for a programme budget over a country programme cycle.

    Your profile:
    Advanced University degree, preferably in public health and/or community medicine
    Specialized training in health programme management in a developing country and experience in policy development and field programming.
    Twelve years of professional development work at national and international levels in fields related to UNICEF interests, with current expert knowledge of latest developments and issues in the areas of health, nutrition, safe motherhood/MCH and child development activities.
    Demonstrated leadership, ability to set vision and direction.
    Strong advocacy and influencing skills, lobbying and networking.
    Analytical and conceptual thinking, able to make decisions based on critical review of facts and logical reasoning.
    Creativity and practicality combining in the ability to develop realistic programming innovations.
    Planning, setting standards and monitoring progress.
    Supervisory, managerial, training and coaching skills, including ability to work with professionals from a wide range of disciplines and bring them together as a team.
    Gender/diversity awareness and ability to build sensitivity and understanding around the issues.
    Information Systems and databases. Knowledge and training on use of workplanning tools an asset.
    Ability to work in an international and multi-cultural environment.
    Fluency in English and another UN working language.

    If you have got experience of working in a similar capacity and want to make an active and lasting contribution to build a better world for children, send a detailed curriculum vitae in English, AND a duly completed United Nations Personal History form (available at www.unicef.org/employ), quoting VN-08-586 to: recruit.HN@unicef.org. Applications should be received by 14 September 2008. Only candidates who are under serious consideration will be contacted.

    UNICEF’s salary and benefits package is based on the United Nations Common System; visit www.un.org/Depts/OHRM/salaries_allowances for further information.

    UNICEF is committed to gender equality in its mandate and its staff. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.
    Health Specialist, L-4, Lucknow, India
    If you are a passionate and committed professional and want to make a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you. UNICEF seeks a Health Specialist to be based in its Lucknow, India office.

    You will be responsible for technical support and facilitation of State Government’s (MOHFW, DWCD) policy analysis, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM), Reproductive and Child Health Programme Phase 2 (RCH II). S/he offers technical advisory services also to the Integrated Child Development Programme (ICDS) as well as support to focus districts.

    Your profile:
    Advanced university degree in any of the following: medicine (MBBS, MD), postgraduate degree in pediatrics, public health, social sciences, health management, or other fields related to the work of UNICEF.
    Eight years progressively responsible professional work experience in health policy, maternal, neonatal and child health programme management; experience in immunization, public health, social development, monitoring and evaluation.
    Excellent and in-depth technical knowledge and skills within the sector
    Current knowledge of development issues and policies, as well as programming policies and procedures in international development cooperation, specifically of the respective sector.
    A familiarity as to how public administration systems affect delivery of results for children
    Understanding of social mobilization and behaviour change communication
    Understanding of the importance and role of partnerships
    Ability to conceptualize, innovate, plan and execute ideas, as well as to impart knowledge and teach skills.
    Analytical, influencing, negotiating, communication and advocacy skills. Report writing and training ability.
    Computer skills, including internet navigation, and various office applications.
    Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment, and establish harmonious and effective working relationships, both within and outside the organization.
    UNICEF core competencies.
    Fluency in English and another UN language. Knowledge of local working language of the duty station an asset.

    If you have got experience of working in a similar capacity and want to make an active and lasting contribution to build a better world for children, send a detailed curriculum vitae in English, AND a duly completed United Nations Personal History form (available at www.unicef.org/employ), quoting VN-08-587 to: recruit.HN@unicef.org. Applications should be received by 14 September 2008. Only candidates who are under serious consideration will be contacted.

    UNICEF’s salary and benefits package is based on the United Nations Common System; visit www.un.org/Depts/OHRM/salaries_allowances for further information.

    UNICEF is committed to gender equality in its mandate and its staff. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.
    Chief, WES, L-4, La Paz, Bolivia
    If you are a passionate and committed professional and want to make a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you. UNICEF seeks a Chief, WES to be based in its La Paz, Bolivia office.

    You will head the Healthy Environments Programme to reduce child mortality and morbidity rates due to contamination and lack of WASH services and assist the government in developing sector policies with attention to geographical and cultural needs and increase families and communities’ awareness and capacities to care for services, environmental sanitation and hygiene, especially of their children. You will be responsible for the implementation of a programme budget.

    Your profile:
    Advanced university degree in water supply, sanitation engineering, hydrology, geology, or similarly relevant discipline. Additional training in hygiene and behavior change would be an asset.
    Eight years of progressively responsible work experience at national and international levels in the planning and management of water, sanitation and hygiene sector work and /or programmes, including relevant experience in developing countries and emergencies.
    Experience on technical support to increase access to water, sanitation and hygiene facilities in rural areas, including schools, local capacity development and management process through participatory approaches.
    Experience in emergency WES programme management an asset.
    Experience in cost analysis in water and sanitation issues.
    Experience in based water resources management and establishing the right to the child and the communities to the water resources.
    Experience to transfer technology information in WASH, particularly for low cost technologies appropriate for rural and poor urban areas.
    Ability to assess, organize and implement capacity development, training, including development of strategy and delivery approach.
    Knowledge of computer systems, internet navigation and various office applications, specifically interactive digital media.
    Building trust Knowledge of community level development and participatory processes.
    Proven ability to conceptualize, innovate, plan and execute ideas, as well as to impart knowledge and teach skills.
    Fluency in Spanish and English.

    If you have got experience of working in a similar capacity and want to make an active and lasting contribution to build a better world for children, send a detailed curriculum vitae in English, AND a duly completed United Nations Personal History form (available at www.unicef.org/employ), quoting VN-08-590 to: recruit.WES@unicef.org. Applications should be received by 14 September 2008. Only candidates who are under serious consideration will be contacted.

    UNICEF’s salary and benefits package is based on the United Nations Common System; visit www.un.org/Depts/OHRM/salaries_allowances for further information.

    UNICEF is committed to gender equality in its mandate and its staff. Well qualified candidates, particularly females are strongly encouraged to apply.
    Knowledge Acquisition and Information Dissemination, Programmes Group, New York Headquarters (SSA)
    Purpose of assignment: Research support and assistance in the completion of specific tasks in the workplan of the HIV/AIDS unit, with a particular focus on providing information management and knowledge acquisition services, including preparation of the monthly, electronic newsletter on HIV/AIDS and updating the HIV/AIDS modules on the UNICEF Internet and Intranet sites.

    Duration: 5 months (1 October 2008– 27 February 2009)

    The selected candidate will be offered a consultancy contract known as SSA in UNICEF New York. S/he will be required to work on a full-time basis in the HIV/AIDS Section at UNICEF’s Programme Group in its New York headquarters.

    Major tasks to be accomplished:
    • Improve and maintain internal communication flow for UNICEF staff with up-to-date information and key documents related to children and HIV/AIDS, UNICEF’s work on HIV and AIDS, Unite for Children, Unite against AIDS, the four Ps and related activities:
    o write and edit the monthly Children and HIV and AIDS newsletter. Responsible for writing content, liaising with HQ, Regions and field on content, editing content, and ensuring timely distribution and translation into French and Spanish;
    o in collaboration with the Information Management Unit (IMU) and the technical team leaders, produce the monthly Selective Dissemination of Information (SDI) Digest;
    o maintain and update calendar of events,
    o participate in the PD knowledge management task team.
    • Prepare briefing notes (in collaboration with the Strategic Information Unit of DPP and HIV/AIDS technical teams).
    • Assist in the preparation of programme guidance, policy and best practices publications on HIV/AIDS, including coordination of submission of publication proposals and providing research support (Children and AIDS: Third Stocktaking Report, IATT Working Papers, Global Partners Forum Synthesis Paper)
    • Provide assistance on the coordination of global conferences, meetings, and events (launch of the Children and AIDS: Third Stocktaking Report on World AIDS Day, ICASA, 2009 HIV/AIDS Implementers’ Meeting) and other activities as deemed necessary.

    End products:
    a) Monthly Children and AIDS newsletter in English, French and Spanish
    b) Monthly SDI Digest
    c) Regularly updated calendar of events

    Qualifications or specialized knowledge/experience required:
    a) Advanced University Degree in Communications or Journalism or an information management related discipline. Alternatively: Advanced University Degree in another discipline with relevance to UNICEF’s work in combination with work experience in the area of knowledge acquisition and information dissemination.
    b) At least two years of work experience in an information management or communication function in a reputable, preferably international, organization.
    c) Academic training or work experience in international health / HIV and AIDS would be an asset.
    d) Excellent knowledge of information management tools, e.g. computer software (including Lotus Notes and RedDot), Internet applications, spreadsheet applications, and research databases as well as Powerpoint. Experience with Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and Acrobat would be considered an asset.
    e) Familiarity with UN and UNICEF information sharing tools an asset.
    f) Must be committed to service excellence and must work well with others and be able to collaborate with others to obtain and disseminate relevant information.
    g) Fluency in English with excellent writing skills. Proficiency in French or Spanish desirable.

    Application:
    Interested candidates are invited to submit their application to nyhq.hivaids@unicef.org. Applications will be considered only if accompanied by an updated CV and P11 Personal History Form (which can be obtained in MS Word format from www.unicef.org/about/employ/index_apply.html) as well as the two most recent performance evaluations or references. Only candidates who are under serious consideration will be contacted. Applications should be received not later than Friday, 5 September 2008.
    UNICEF seeks Senior Education Advisers and Education Specialists (long term positions)
    UNICEF supports quality basic education for all children and youths in over 154 countries, through our offices at country, regional and headquarters levels. Our focus is on helping to make education systems more inclusive, equitable, efficient, and quality oriented, especially as regards gender equality and the elimination of disparities. We are now recruiting Senior Advisers/Specialists with extensive experience in education and development work, to fill vacant positions at our headquarters, regional, and country offices. Successful candidates will work within multi-cultural teams and with a range of local, national and international partners, to help countries achieve their Education for All (EFA) goals and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). UNICEF contributes to these goals through our Medium Term Strategic Plans and the Education Strategy Paper endorsed by our Executive Board.

    Responsibilities: Oversee conception and implementation of all dimensions of education programming (policy, strategy, advocacy, data collection and analysis, work planning, documenting lessons learned, etc.); manage and oversee the work of national and international professionals; mobilize and manage resources; manage relationships with strategic implementing partners and donor partners.

    Selection Criteria: Advanced university degree in social sciences, preferably education. 8-10 years relevant work experience in policy areas (development, analysis, advocacy); in programme planning and implementation; in budget analysis, review and monitoring; as well as experience in managing development programmes in emergency, post-crisis and transition situations. Proven track record in building partnerships, providing technical leadership and utilising organizational and communication skills will be an advantage, as will proven ability to handle complex negotiations and institutional relationships. Fluency in English and proficiency in one or more of the following languages: French, Spanish, Portuguese and Arabic will be required for some posts.

    To Apply: Email a completed UN Personal History form (available at www.unicef.org/employ), quoting “Education Posts” to recruit.edu@unicef.org. Deadline: 22 September 2008.

    UNICEF is committed to diversity. Qualified candidates, particularly females, are strongly encouraged to apply.
    Termes de Référence - Réunion technique africaine préparatoire pour le 3ème Congrès Mondial contre l’exploitation sexuelle des enfants et des adolescents, Elaboration et Rédaction du Rapport Général
    Contexte:
    Dans le cadre de la préparation du 3ème Congrès Mondial contre l’exploitation sexuelle des enfants et des adolescents qui aura lieu à Rio en novembre 2008, l’UNICEF, ECPAT et le groupe d’ONG pour la Convention relative aux Droits de l’Enfant organisent une réunion technique africaine préparatoire à Dakar les 24 et 25 septembre 2008.

    Cette réunion, intitulée « Développer des Systèmes pour Protéger les Enfants contre l’abus et l’exploitation sexuels », rassemblera environ 120 personnes (acteurs, professionnels, enfants) d’horizons divers) et permettra :
    - d’une part, d’examiner les progrès réalisés depuis le deuxième Congrès Mondial contre l’exploitation sexuelle des enfants (Yokohama 2001) et la deuxième Conférence arabo-africaine contre l’exploitation, la violence et l’abus sexuels des enfants (Rabat ,2004) et de passer en revue les résultats des dernières études sur l’exploitation sexuelle des enfants, réalisées dans la région
    - et d’autre part, d’identifier des approches efficaces et des bonnes pratiques ayant contribué efficacement à la lutte contre l’exploitation sexuelle des enfants, des domaines clés nécessitant un suivi spécifique en Afrique et enfin les objectifs à atteindre lors du troisième Congrès Mondial de Rio.

    A l’issue de cette réunion, sera délivré un message spécifiquement africain qui sera présenté et défendu lors du Congrès de Rio.

    Tâches du Rapporteur Général
    Le Rapporteur devra:
    1. Avant la réunion
    - assister à une séance de travail avec le comité d’organisation, les Key note speakers et les facilitateurs des séances plénières, des ateliers et de la table ronde
    - présenter un format de rapport à soumettre au comité d’organisation pour validation
    - collecter et prendre connaissance de tous les documents qui seront présentés lors de la réunion
    - disposer de la liste complète de tous les intervenants et participants (identité et fonction)

    2. Pendant la réunion
    - Assister aux séances plénières, ateliers et à la table ronde (présentations et débats)
    - Identifier les facilitateurs et rapporteurs
    - Collecter les rapports des séances
    - Elaborer une synthèse générale des principaux constats, conclusions et recommandations émanant des séances plénières, des ateliers et de la table ronde
    - Rédiger le message africain et le soumettre au comite d’organisation pour validation
    - Donner lecture de la synthèse générale et du message africain, lors de la séance de clôture
    - Prendre note des commentaires issus des discussions finales afin de les intégrer dans le rapport final

    3. A l’issue de la réunion
    - Rédiger un « draft » de rapport général qui sera soumis au comité d’organisation pour validation
    - Rédiger la version finale du rapport général

    Produits attendus:
    1. Synthèse générale qui sera lue lors de la séance de clôture
    2. Déclaration finale qui sera lue lors de la séance de clôture
    3. Rapport final, n’excédant pas 30 pages, qui tout en restituant intégralement les travaux de cette réunion préparatoire, mettra en exergue ;
    - l’évolution de la situation de l’exploitation sexuelle des enfants dans la région (progrès accomplis et défis à surmonter)
    - des approches efficaces et des bonnes pratiques ayant contribué efficacement à la lutte contre l’exploitation sexuelle des enfants
    - des domaines clés nécessitant un suivi spécifique en Afrique
    - les objectifs à atteindre lors du troisième Congrès Mondial de Rio

    Qualifications:
    Le consultant doit posséder au moins un diplôme universitaire de niveau maîtrise en droit, sciences politiques ou sciences sociales,
    Avoir au moins cinq ans d’expérience dans le domaine de la protection de l’enfance et une bonne connaissance des problématiques relatives à l’exploitation sexuelle des enfants Avoir de bonnes connaissances des instruments internationaux relatifs aux enfants et aux femmes et des mécanismes de suivi,
    Avoir la capacité de travailler sans supervision directe.
    Avoir une bonne capacité d’analyse, de synthèse et d’écriture,
    Avoir une excellente maîtrise du français et de l’anglais,
    Avoir une bonne connaissance du continent africain.

    Durée de la mission :
    Le contrat sera établi pour une durée de 10 jours de travail effectif entre le 22 septembre et le 3 octobre 2008.
    Le Bureau régional financera le déplacement du consultant à Dakar, du 22 au 26 septembre. La deuxième partie de la consultation – rédaction du rapport final – s’effectuera à distance.

    Pour postuler : Envoyer votre dossier par email avec la mention « Rapporteur Général» à l’adresse suivante : scisse@unicef.org et d'ici le 5 septembre 2008. Attacher les documents suivants : (i) un CV détaillé en français, (ii) une lettre de motivation, et (iii) un formulaire notice personnelle P11 des Nations Unies (disponible au www.unicef.org/employ) dûment rempli.
     
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    BACKGROUND
    The University Computing Centre Ltd, a limited liability company; wholly owned by the University of Dar Es Salaam. Its main activities include Management of ICT resources for the University of Dar es Salaam, Internet services, Software development, Hardware Engineering and Training. Under training, UCC offers Various ICT Professional training programs including NACTE registered Certificate and Diploma courses in Computing and Information Technology.
    UCC invites applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill the following vacant positions.


    Job Title: System Administrator
    Department: UDSM Services Department
    Reports to: Manager UDSM Services Department

    Duties:
     To manage and Provide administrative support for campus enterprise systems and networks such as DNS, mail, online learning systems and database management systems

     To install, upgrading and configure system hardware and software

     To manage network and systems user accounts

     To backup and restore systems

     To document installation, maintenance and operations of systems

    Qualifications: B.Sc in Computer Science, B.Sc with Computer Science, Computer Engineering,
    Advanced Diploma in Information Technology, or equivalent

    Experience: At least two years of working experience in Linux environment



    Job Title: Network Administrator
    Department: UDSM Services Department
    Reports to: Manager UDSM Services Department

    Duties:

     To plan, design and install computer networks

     To manage, monitor and troubleshoot the networks

     To write technical documentation of the networks

     To manage network users

     To perform and manage regular backups of network devices

    Qualifications: B.Sc in Computer Science, B.Sc with Computer Science or Computer Engineering,
    CCNA, Advanced Diploma in Information Technology or equivalent.
    Postgraduate training or CCNP will be an added advantage.

    Experience: At least two years of working experience in CISCO networking and Linux environments.



    Job Title: Sales and Marketing Officer
    Department: Marketing Department
    Reports to: Manager Marketing Department

    Duties:
     Responsible for a variety of Sales and Marketing of ICT products

     Manage and maintain customers

     Identify and develop new customers

     Prepare monthly and daily sales visits reports

     Prepare quotations, samples, sales orders, technical information or other customer documents

     Report on market situations and trends

    Qualifications:

     Diploma Holders or above

     Certificate of IT or IT Essentials is a must

     Diploma or Certificate in Sales, Marketing or Equivalent will be an added advantage

    Experience:

     1 to 2 years' of relevant sales experience

     proficient in writing reports

     Sales-oriented and independent

     Ready and committed to meet targets

     Previous experience in ICT sales an advantage
     Team player




    JOB TITLE: Human Resources Development Officer (HRDO) (Re-Advertised those who had earlier applied need not apply again)
    Department: Human Resources Department
    Reports to: Human Resources Manager

    Duties:

    • Identifying training and development needs within and outside the organization through job analysis, appraisal scheme and regular consultation.
    • Plan, organize and direct a wide range of training activities,
    • Set up individual training plans to strengthen employee skills.
    • Producing training materials in collaboration with expert Department for in-house courses.
    • Evaluating training and development programs.
    • Carryout induction of employees including arrangements for pre-employment processes.
    • Coordinate proper documentation for smooth implementation of performance management and reward system across the Company.

    Qualifications:

    • A Bachelor degree in Education, public Administration, Human Resources or management from a reputable institution.
    • Must have conducted various seminar workshop & trainings.
    • Good communication skills.
    • Computer literate.
    Experience:
    • 3 years experience in Human resources, training department.

    Remunerations
     Negotiable but attractive

    Mode of Application
    Interested and qualified individuals with unquestionable integrity are invited to send applications in writing to the undersigned enclosing detailed Curriculum Vitae copies of relevant education and professional qualification certificates together with names of three referees, their contacts and email addresses.
    Application deadline: 30th September 2008

    The Managing Director,
    University Computing Centre,
    P.O Box 35062,
    Dar es Salaam.
    Email address ucc@ucc.co.tz

    A modern and professional firm is seeking for a Corporate Client Services Officer to handle selected client accounts. He/she must have +3 years of corporate work experience in any sales or service field, be fluent in English/Swahili, have good organizational skills, proficiency in IT (MS Office, email and Internet) and a strong eagerness to learn. He/she must be warm and well spoken. Call: 2 861 451/3 or email: jobs@printfactorytz.com

    Sales lady urgently needed for marketing and sales in an advertising company. Please call: 0715 300 000 or 0715 416 313

    Looking for experienced Secretaries who is competent, with full secretarial knowledge and who is fluent in English: speaking and writing. Call: 0713 837 438

    VISING MY BLOG AT http://naombakazi.blogspot.com/ FOR OTHER CHANCES
     
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    A FAST MOVING COMPANY IS LOOKING FOR PERSONEL IN THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS

    1 - EXECUTIVE SECRETARY

    2 - TALLY ACCOUNTANTS

    3- SALES PERSONEL

    4 - IMPORT AND EXPORT PERSONEL WITH DIPLOMA IN CLEARING AND FORWADING

    5 - QUANTITY SURVEYER

    ALL WITH 5 YEARS EXPERIANCE

    P.O. BOX 80330

    FAX 222181502

    EMAIL halame2@yahoo.com
     
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    MTN Uganda


    Analyst Solutions Architecture (Ref: IT/01/2K(1Position)
    Systems Analyst Business Intelligence (Ref: IT/02/2K(1Position)
    Security Manager Ref: BRM/022K(1 Position)
    Telecom Fraud Analyst Ref: BRM/03/02 (1 Position)
    Operational Risk Officer BRM Ref: IA/02/2K (1 Position)
    Senior Information Systems Auditor Ref: BRM/02/2K (1 Position)

    Deadline: 19.Sep.2008

    Apply to: MTN Uganda
    P.O.Box 24624, Kampala
     
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    SHUGULIKA RECRUITMENT VACANCIES:

    Shugulika Recruitment has the following positions vacant:

    1) HR MANAGER- For a well established Bank in Dar-es-Salaam.
    a. The ideal Candidate should have:
    i. Min of 7-10 years experience of Human resource, working in a fast paced environment
    ii. Degree in Human Resources of the equivalent
    iii. Knowledge of current business practices and labour laws.

    ATTRACTIVE SALARY OFFERED!!!!!!

    2) Administration Manager-
    a. Graduate with 10+ years experience in handling administration of a large sized establishment.
    b. Good communication, leadership, and interpersonal skills
    c. Fluent English and Kiswahili
    d. Computer Literate.

    ATTRACTIVE SALARY OFFERED!!!!!!

    3) Credit Officer- For an International Company
    a. English and Kiswahili must be fluent
    b. Accounting Background
    c. Assertive personality required.
    d. THERE IS SCOPE FOR GROWTH
    Very Attractive Package Offered!


    4) Sales- For an International Company
    a. Someone versed with spare parts
    b. Aggressive
    c. Understanding- ability to understand customers business situation
    d. Engineer/Marketer background preferable.
    e. Ability to travel throughout Tanzania.
    Very Attractive Package Offered!



    For more details Please contact Shugulika Recruitment on 2774517 / 0713 722 442
    Or email admin@shugulika.com . To apply for any of these positions, please email us with the subject being the position being applied for
     
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    Position: Administration Clerk

    Qualification:
    12 years of schooling plus experience of 3 years as an administration clerk or an accountant with administration experience.

    Apply to:
    To First Secretary (administrator)
    South African High Commission
    Nakasero Rd Plot 15A
    P.O.Box 22667
    Kampala, Uganda.

    Deadline 12.September.2008
     
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    SENIOR TECHNICAL ADVISOR - JUSTICE, LAW AND ORDER SECTOR (JLOS) REFORM PROGRAM

    1. Background

    The Government of Uganda, since 2001 is implementing a justice/legal sector reform programme for Uganda through a sector wide approach. The programme aims at improving the safety of the person, security of property and access to justice in order to encourage economic development and benefit the poor and vulnerable people within the overall framework of the Justice, Law and Order

    Sector (JLOS).

    Critical to this is the need for effective coordination and meaningful participation of the JLOS institutions, stakeholders and partners at all levels towards an integrated and coherent reform program.

    The JLOS Secretariat, which is based in the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs provides support for the implementation of the JLOS Reform Programme. In particular the Secretariat is charged with providing operational leadership; research; sector wide policy development; sector wide monitoring and evaluation; communication; liaison and coordination; public relations and financial

    management. The JLOS now wishes to recruit a Senior Technical Advisor for the programme.

    2. Overall Objective of the Senior Technical Advisor:

    The Senior Technical Advisor will provide the overall coordination of the implementation of the JLOS reform initiatives.

    3. Specific Responsibilities

    To achieve this overall objective, the Senior Technical Advisor will have the following responsibilities:

    

    Provide technical leadership and guidance on JLOS reform initiatives including in the thematic areas of criminal justice, family justice, land justice and commercial justice.
    

    Coordinate and monitor the implementation of the JLOS reform initiatives in liaison with heads of JLOS institutions.
    

    Administer, guide and manage the JLOS Secretariat including supervising the work of the thematic technical advisors and support staff at the JLOS Secretariat;
    

    Establish and foster collaboration mechanisms between individual JLOS institutions, the sector and the JLOS development partners.
    

    Provide advice to assist JLOS to secure Government and donor financial support for the JLOS reform initiatives;
    

    Publicize and promote the image of the JLOS through a comprehensive communications and publicity strategy
    

    Nurture the participatory process initiated by the Government of Uganda in implementing the JLOS Strategic Investment Plan, by working closely with institutions in the sector;
    

    Identify and address key strategic sector wide and thematic specific policy issues including a realistic and affordable policing strategy for Uganda, which delivers security especially for the poor; the rehabilitation of prisons; the development of alternatives to imprisonment; the improvement of human rights observance; and anti-corruption strategies, supplemented by short-term consultancy inputs where appropriate;
    

    Provide technical advice to support established and new public-private and public-public dialogue and processes relevant to the overall JLOS reform programme;
    

    Facilitate the development of sector-wide budgetary proposals, including output indicators and identify and take forward efficiency savings;
    

    Oversee the effective operation of a system for the periodic monitoring and evaluation of the JLOS reform initiatives, including monitoring the progress of the various sub-programmes;
    

    Work with a wide range of institutions in the Sector and advise on the recruitment of short term consultants on specific technical issues;
    

    Collate and harmonize performance reports from Sector Institutions in preparation for Sector reviews;
    

    Prepare and harmonize all documentation for the sector semi-annual reviews;
    

    Report to the Solicitor General and Chairperson Technical Committee on a quarterly and semi-annual basis.
    

    Train/capacity build a designated officer in the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs for eventual take over of programme activities;
    4. Reporting

    On a day-to-day basis, the Senior Technical Advisor will report to the Solicitor General.

    5. Required Qualifications and Competencies

    The Senior Technical Advisor should have:

    

    Proven experience in the management of reforms
    

    A recognized Masters Degree in Law, Business Administration or Social Sciences
    

    Recognized postgraduate qualifications in Project Planning and Management and Public Administration and Management.
    

    7 years experience in legal/justice sector reform and the management of change in the public sector, and Detailed knowledge of relevant laws, regulatory framework, including regulations and process.
    

    Six (6) years senior management experience in a similar assignment, with skills in project planning management and evaluation
    

    Excellent conceptual and analytical skills with the ability to address both macro and micro issues necessary for policy discussions
    

    Excellent managerial skills and change management
    

    Demonstrated ability to interact effectively at political, policy and technical levels
    

    Demonstrated ability to communicate verbally and in writing to a wide range of audiences
    

    Computer literacy with skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet.
    

    Fall within the age bracket of 35 to 45 years
    6. Terms and Conditions of Service

    The terms and conditions of service are attractive and comparable, for a contractual term of three years.

    Applicants who are currently under employment, should route their application through their employer.

    Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

    Please send a letter of application, copies of your testimonials and CV (indicating telephone number and email address) to be received no later than

    5:00p.m. Tuesday, September 30, 2008 to:
    The Solicitor General,

    Chairperson, JLOS Steering Committee,

    Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs

    Fourth (4th) Floor Queens Chamber,

    Plot 1 Parliament Avenue,

    P.O. Box 7183,

    Kampala, Uganda

    The Justice, Law and Order Sector is an equal opportunity employer




    Deadline: 2008-09-30
     
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    (1) Project Officer - Farmer Field Schools
    To provide leadership in the implementation of the farmer field schools extension methodology for CRS agriculture and agro-enterprise programs in Uganda. She/he will work directly with CRS/Uganda staff, the lead agency the project, private sector actors and peer agencies engaged in value chain development for high valued crops in Uganda. CRS is seeking to hire project officers to be based in Kampala, Fort Portal or Gulu.

    Competencies required:
     Bachelor of Science degree in agriculture, agronomy, business, development studies, environmental sciences, or related field; a masters degree will be an added advantage but not a prerequisite;
     Minimum three years experience in agriculture based food security programs working on donor projects or NGO committed to market-focused agricultural development;
     Demonstrated experience and skills as trainer of trainers with particular emphasis in training of farmers; certification in the FAO farmer field school approach will be considered an advantage;
     Excellent written and spoken English, knowledge of local languages an asset;
     Solid understanding of MS Word, MS Excel and other Office software; familiarity with SPSS or other statistical software an asset;
     Ability and preparedness to spend considerable time in the field as required;
     Experience in capacity building and working with local organizations;
    (1) Project Officer - Agro-Enterprise
    To provide technical leadership in the implementation of innovative smallholder farmer market access strategies for CRS agriculture and agro-enterprise programs in Uganda. She/he will work directly with CRS/Uganda staff, the lead agency for the project, private sector actors and peer agencies engaged in value chain development for high valued crops in Uganda. CRS is seeking
    to hire project officers to be based in Kampala, Fort Portal or Gulu.

    Competencies required:
     Graduate degree in agriculture, agronomy, business, development studies, environmental sciences, or related field;
     Minimum three years experience in agricultural marketing/production, donor project, or NGO committed to market-focused agricultural development;
     Hands on experience conducting sub sector analysis, market opportunity identification and market based approaches
     Excellent written and spoken English, knowledge of local languages an asset;
     Solid understanding of MS Word, MS Excel and other Office software; familiarity with SPSS or other statistical software an asset;
     Ability and preparedness to spend considerable time in the field as required;
     Experience in capacity building and working with local organizations;

    (1) Monitoring & Evaluation Project Officer
    To provide technical support in designing and implementing sound M&E systems that facilitate accurate analysis of project performance and monitoring activities for CRS agro-enterprise programs in Uganda. She/he will work directly with CRS/Uganda staff, the lead agency for the project, private sector actors and peer agencies engaged in value chain development for high valued crops in Uganda. CRS is seeking to hire project officers to be based in Kampala, Fort Portal or Gulu.

    Competencies required:
     Bachelor's Degree in statistics, community development, social sciences, or related discipline;
     At least three years experience in program monitoring and evaluation, preferably with an international NGO or UN agency especially in community development interventions;
     Minimum one year experience managing relief or development programs in at least one of the following sectors: Agriculture, Microfinance, Health, or Food Security;
     Demonstrated experience designing and implementing M&E systems, including performance tracking, conducting project and impact evaluations and broad-spectrum surveys;
     Familiarity with quantitative as well as qualitative M&E methods in various sectors; specific experience in monitoring preferred;
     Demonstrated knowledge on use of MS Office software; including use of Excel and Access for developing monitoring systems and analyzing results; familiarity with SPSS or other statistical software an asset;
     Excellent written and spoken English, knowledge of local languages an asset;
     Ability and preparedness to spend considerable time in the field as required;
     Experience in capacity building and working with local organizations;

    (1) Project Officer-SILC (Savings and Internal
    Lending Communities)
    To provide technical leadership in the implementation of a SILC (savings and internal lending communities) project component for a CRS agriculture and agro-enterprise programs in Uganda. She/he will work directly with CRS/Uganda staff, the lead agency for the project, private sector actors and peer agencies engaged in value chain development for high valued crops in
    Uganda. CRS is seeking to hire project officers to be based in Kampala, Fort Portal or Gulu.

    Competencies required:
     Bachelor's Degree in economics, business administration, banking and finance or related field;
     Specialized knowledge of and experience with savings-led microfinance delivery methodologies (internal savings and lending models (Ex. VS&L, ISL, WORTH, Savings for Change)) preferred;
     At least 5 years of microfinance experience and MIS and M&E experience including strong TOT and tool development skills as well as demonstrated R&D experience and setting up and maintaining MIS and M&E systems;
     Excellent written and spoken English, knowledge of local languages an asset.
     Solid understanding of MS Word, MS Excel and other Office software; familiarity with SPSS or other statistical software an asset;
     Ability and preparedness to spend considerable time in the field as required;
     Experience in capacity building and working with local organizations;

    Essential Abilities, Attitudes and Skills for the 4 positions:
     Excellent analytical and problem solving skills;
     Demonstrated ability to work in teams and resolve problems;
     Keen ability to motivate through example; adept at building capacity in others;
     Excellent inter-personal skills; demonstrating diplomacy and tact;
     Proven ability to build effective teams and create consensus;
     Highly pro-active and self-disciplined;

    Please send Curriculum Vitae and a typed covering letter to:
    CRS/Uganda, P.O. BOX 30086, Kampala ATTN: Admin/HR Manager OR Plot 577, Block 15, Old Nsambya Road (behind US Embassy)
    (please include position title on outside of envelope and on subject line)

    Application deadline is September 10, 2008
    CRS is an equal opportunity employer- Female candidates encouraged to apply. Short listed candidates only will be contacted.
    For more information about us, please visit www.crs.org


    Deadline: 2008-09-10
     
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    Research Assistant x 2
    Based in Vauxhall, London with possible overseas placement for up to 6 monthsSalary £21,698 pa WaterAid is offering an exciting one year opportunity within its Policy Team.The appointment is for one year and will enable you to provide research support to the Policy Team though developing a number of small discrete research projects. These will be defined to respond to the external environment following the outcomes of a series of high level meetings throughout 2008 including the African Union Summit, the G8, the UN MDG High Level Meeting and the World Urban Forum. The outputs of the research assistant projects will focus on WaterAid's thematic areas of finance, sanitation and urban water supply and sanitation.There may also include the opportunity of an overseas placement as part of this 1 year contract, for up to 6 months, and applicants must be willing and able to undertake this part of the contract if that opportunity becomes available.For further information please download the Research Assistant application pack ( Word 330Kb). Please send completed applications to jobs@wateraid. org.Closing date: 10 SeptemberFirst interviews: 30 September

    Direct Marketing Assistant

    Based in vauxhall, London£21,698 pro rata, three months fixed term contractWaterAid's Direct Marketing Programme raises approximately 60% of the organisation' s voluntary income. This comes primarily from individual donations, planned gifts and legacy bequests.The team is at an exciting stage in its development with ambitious plans to more than double income from individual supporters over the next six years. To help deal with expansion plans and new areas of work, we are looking for a Direct Marketing Assistant on a fixed term contract to support the Direct Marketing Officers in the delivery of specific activities, as well as providing support to the Supporter Development and Recruitment Managers.This role will involve working on some or all of a variety of activities including mailings, telemarketing campaigns, online activities; DRTV or any other Direct Marketing activity set up within the team.Experience of working in an office environment, good numeracy and communication skills, and a flexible approach to working with a variety of individuals is essential.For more information please download the Direct Marketing Assistant information pack ( Word 603Kb). To apply, email your CV and a supporting statement to jobs@wateraid. orgClosing date: Wednesday 10 September 2008

    Interviews: Tuesday 16 and Thursday 18 September 2008
    Administrative Assistant – International Operations Department
    Based Vauxhall, LondonPart-time, 3 days per week, £13,019 paYour role in our busy International Operations department will be an interesting and varied one. As well as all the usual admin duties you would expect, you will get involved in everything from coordinating travel and visa requirements to supporting workshops, staff exchanges and international meetings.As such, you will be frequently liaising with our travel agents, visa services and country programmes alike, so excellent communication and interpersonal skills are a must. A year's experience in an admin or secretarial environment is also required, as are IT skills and the ability to prioritise a busy workload.For further information please download the Administrative Assistant application pack
    ( Word 354Kb). Please send completed applications to jobs@wateraid. org.
    Please note CVs will not be accepted.
    Closing date: Thursday 11 September 2008
    IT Administrator

    Based Vauxhall, London£21,698 pa, maternity cover - six months to one year fixed term contractSupporting the IT team you will have a vital role in helping WaterAid staff across the world have access to effective IT services. You will be a highly efficient administrator with a desire to work in a growing organisation.Your duties will involve buying hardware, software and services as well as ensuring that contracts are administered in a timely and efficient manner.

    For further information please download the IT Administrator application pack ( Word 351Kb). Please send completed applications to jobs@wateraid. org
    Please note CVs will not be accepted.
    Closing date: Friday 12 September 2008Interviews
    1st interview: week commencing 22 September 2008
    2nd interview: week commencing 29 September 2008
    IT Administrator

    Based Vauxhall, London£21,698 pa, maternity cover - six months to one year fixed term contractSupporting the IT team you will have a vital role in helping WaterAid staff across the world have access to effective IT services. You will be a highly efficient administrator with a desire to work in a growing organisation.Your duties will involve buying hardware, software and services as well as ensuring that contracts are administered in a timely and efficient manner.

    For further information please download the IT Administrator application pack ( Word 351Kb). Please send completed applications to jobs@wateraid. org
    Please note CVs will not be accepted.
    Closing date: Friday 12 September 2008Interviews
    1st interview: week commencing 22 September 2008
    2nd interview: week commencing 29 September 2008
    IT Support Officer

    Based Vauxhall, London, £23,490 paWorking within a dynamic team of six you will be responsible for supporting a Microsoft windows platform and AD, WANs, LANS, servers, desktops and many more technologies. Day to day this involves supporting users, trouble shooting, and maintenance with opportunities of project work. This is a great hands-on role with plenty of scope for developing your skills.

    For further information please download the IT Support Officer information pack
    ( Word 602Kb). To apply, email your CV and a supporting statement to jobs@wateraid. org.Closing date: Friday 12 September 2008Interviews
    1st interview: week commencing 22 September 2008
    2nd interview: week commencing 29 September 2008

    Internet Manager
    Based in Vauxhall, London, £36,500 pa

    WaterAid is looking for an enthusiastic and dedicated web manager to develop and enhance WaterAid's on-line presence. Responsible for managing WaterAid's network of 19 websites including our main international, UK, US and Australian sites, event sites, campaign sites and country programme microsites, this person will ensure that WaterAid maximises the opportunities offered by the latest developments in web technology, social networking and on-line communications.

    Candidates should have proven experience in managing and developing websites, web content and applications and will need to be fully up to speed with emerging technologies in digital marketing and social networks. The individual will be a strong motivator and team player capable of getting the best out of an in-house team and a range of external suppliers. This person will have excellent organisational and planning skills and will be genuinely excited by the idea of working with WaterAid to help improve the lives of people in the developing world.

    For more information please download the Internet Manager application pack ( Word 366Kb). Completeted applications should be sent to jobs@wateraid. org.

    Please note CVs will not be accepted.
    Closing date: 24 September

    Interviews: week commencing 29 September Internal Auditor
    Based in Vauxhall, London, £28,200 pa


    You will plan and deliver a broad programme of internal audit work across our UK functions, key partners and programmes around the world. This will mean making up to 6 visits a year to developing countries - most of these visits will last for around 2 weeks.

    With each new audit, you will examine internal controls, risk management and governance procedures - and will see to it that they are implemented and used correctly. Having done so, you will discuss and report upon your findings, and then recommend any action required. By doing so, you will ensure we continue to meet the highest levels of professional competence and financial integrity.

    Tenacious and diplomatic, with experience of using risk-based audit techniques, it will not take you long to make an impression. You should understand risk management, internal control and budgeting issues, and will have an analytical, professional approach to your work.

    CCAB or IIA qualified, you'll need to be highly numerate, with the ability to work independently and manage your own time. Importantly, you'll also have the communication skills to write reports for, and liaise with, a wide range of audiences. Above all, you must be keen to make a difference and travel the world.

    We will consider part-time candidates - however, you must be able to work for at least 3 days per week.

    Please note CVs will not be accepted.
    For further information please download the Internal Auditor application pack ( Word 362Kb). Please send completed applications to jobs@wateraid.org.

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    BACKGROUND
    The University Computing Centre Ltd, a limited liability company; wholly owned by the University of Dar Es Salaam. Its main activities include Management of ICT resources for the University of Dar es Salaam, Internet services, Software development, Hardware Engineering and Training. Under training, UCC offers Various ICT Professional training programs including NACTE registered Certificate and Diploma courses in Computing and Information Technology.
    UCC invites applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill the following vacant positions.


    Job Title: System Administrator
    Department: UDSM Services Department
    Reports to: Manager UDSM Services Department

    Duties:
     To manage and Provide administrative support for campus enterprise systems and networks such as DNS, mail, online learning systems and database management systems

     To install, upgrading and configure system hardware and software

     To manage network and systems user accounts

     To backup and restore systems

     To document installation, maintenance and operations of systems

    Qualifications: B.Sc in Computer Science, B.Sc with Computer Science, Computer Engineering,
    Advanced Diploma in Information Technology, or equivalent

    Experience: At least two years of working experience in Linux environment



    Job Title: Network Administrator
    Department: UDSM Services Department
    Reports to: Manager UDSM Services Department

    Duties:

     To plan, design and install computer networks

     To manage, monitor and troubleshoot the networks

     To write technical documentation of the networks

     To manage network users

     To perform and manage regular backups of network devices

    Qualifications: B.Sc in Computer Science, B.Sc with Computer Science or Computer Engineering,
    CCNA, Advanced Diploma in Information Technology or equivalent.
    Postgraduate training or CCNP will be an added advantage.

    Experience: At least two years of working experience in CISCO networking and Linux environments.



    Job Title: Sales and Marketing Officer
    Department: Marketing Department
    Reports to: Manager Marketing Department

    Duties:
     Responsible for a variety of Sales and Marketing of ICT products

     Manage and maintain customers

     Identify and develop new customers

     Prepare monthly and daily sales visits reports

     Prepare quotations, samples, sales orders, technical information or other customer documents

     Report on market situations and trends

    Qualifications:

     Diploma Holders or above

     Certificate of IT or IT Essentials is a must

     Diploma or Certificate in Sales, Marketing or Equivalent will be an added advantage

    Experience:

     1 to 2 years' of relevant sales experience

     proficient in writing reports

     Sales-oriented and independent

     Ready and committed to meet targets

     Previous experience in ICT sales an advantage
     Team player




    JOB TITLE: Human Resources Development Officer (HRDO) (Re-Advertised those who had earlier applied need not apply again)
    Department: Human Resources Department
    Reports to: Human Resources Manager

    Duties:

    • Identifying training and development needs within and outside the organization through job analysis, appraisal scheme and regular consultation.
    • Plan, organize and direct a wide range of training activities,
    • Set up individual training plans to strengthen employee skills.
    • Producing training materials in collaboration with expert Department for in-house courses.
    • Evaluating training and development programs.
    • Carryout induction of employees including arrangements for pre-employment processes.
    • Coordinate proper documentation for smooth implementation of performance management and reward system across the Company.

    Qualifications:

    • A Bachelor degree in Education, public Administration, Human Resources or management from a reputable institution.
    • Must have conducted various seminar workshop & trainings.
    • Good communication skills.
    • Computer literate.
    Experience:
    • 3 years experience in Human resources, training department.

    Remunerations
     Negotiable but attractive

    Mode of Application
    Interested and qualified individuals with unquestionable integrity are invited to send applications in writing to the undersigned enclosing detailed Curriculum Vitae copies of relevant education and professional qualification certificates together with names of three referees, their contacts and email addresses.
    Application deadline: 30th September 2008

    The Managing Director,
    University Computing Centre,
    P.O Box 35062,
    Dar es Salaam.
    Email address ucc@ucc.co.tz

    A modern and professional firm is seeking for a Corporate Client Services Officer to handle selected client accounts. He/she must have +3 years of corporate work experience in any sales or service field, be fluent in English/Swahili, have good organizational skills, proficiency in IT (MS Office, email and Internet) and a strong eagerness to learn. He/she must be warm and well spoken. Call: 2 861 451/3 or email: jobs@printfactorytz .com

    Sales lady urgently needed for marketing and sales in an advertising company. Please call: 0715 300 000 or 0715 416 313

    Looking for experienced Secretaries who is competent, with full secretarial knowledge and who is fluent in English: speaking and writing. Call: 0713 837 438

    VISING MY BLOG AT http://naombakazi. blogspot. com/ FOR OTHER CHANCES
     
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    Kilimo Trust (www.thekilimotrust.org), is a grant-making body operating in East Africa with its head office located in Kampala, Uganda. Its mission is to expand market-led sustainable agriculture for development in East Africa leading to enhanced agricultural productivity, higher incomes and an improved wellbeing of farmers and other agro-entrepreneurs in the region. The mission is achieved through the following thematic areas:

     Promotion of efficient value chains
     Support for technical and institutional innovations
     Engagement of the private sector
     Facilitation of policy dialogue
     Creation of economies of scale in production systems, and
     Mainstreaming environmental sustainability in the agricultural value chains.

    The Trust wishes to recruit a Programme Officer who will report to the Programme Manager and take responsibility for:

     Developing and nurturing positive and productive relationships with the private sector and other actors in important agricultural product value chains in East Africa, under the Grant Projects;
     Assisting the Program Manager in ensuring that a good proportion of Grant Projects supported by Kilimo Trust mainstream market facilitation roles in line with the Trust's strategic framework.
     Supporting management in selecting projects to be supported by the Trust, undertaking market assessment and due-diligence, commissioning approved projects, coaching project teams and monitoring projects so as to support business development.
     Defining and developing sustainable outcomes and exit strategies for both existing and new business oriented projects.

    We are looking for a citizen of the EAC (Burundi, Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda), who holds a relevant degree or equivalent in agri-business and has practical private sector experience. A minimum of 5 years experience of promoting Agribusiness, preferably in the development of Agricultural Value Chains is required. Essential skills and qualities include:
     A hands-on experience with private sector in the area of agribusiness including contract/outgrower farming involving smallholder farmers
     Practical experience in management of farm operations, agribusinesses, value chains, and input supply systems
     A good understanding of requirements of export markets, such as EUROGAP and GLOBALGAP
     Sufficient presence and personality to deal with substantial agriculture-related businesses in the East African region.
     Knowledge and or experience of promotion of agricultural product value chains and value addition, in the context of the EAC region;
     Expertise in promoting partnerships including a capacity for conducting strategic studies and generating outputs which lead to identification of entry points for public/private sector partnerships.
     Impeccable communication skills especially writing skills, well developed team working, interpersonal and computer skills are desirable.
     Skills and experience in Report Writing, Monitoring, Evaluation and Impact Assessment.

    Your application should include up-to-date CV highlighting relevant skills and experience, the names and contacts of three referees, current remuneration package and a daytime contact telephone number. Closing date:

    15th September 2008.
    NB. Previous applicants should re-apply.
    Adept Systems
    MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS; P. O. Box 6416, NAIROBI GPO, 00100
    e-mail: recruit@adeptsystems.co.ke
    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
    PROGRAMME OFFICER
    Based in Kampala, working in East Africa
    Deadline: 2008-09-15
     
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    A new Medical Diagnostic Center in Kampala is searching to fill multiple vacancies for:

    a)*** Diagnostic Radiographers: Able to perform radiographic examinations and produce images of diagnostic quality for radiographic reports. Using both X-ray and Ultra sound Machines
    b)*** Laboratory Technicians: Perform complex hematological, immunologic, microscopic & bacteriological tests as well as evaluate test results.
    Candidate must be well versed with Hematological and Chemistry analyzers
    c)*** Administrative Assistants: Must be computer literate with a 2 year working experience; will prepare reports, data compilation and attend to customer queries.

    Requirements

    •*** Degree or Registration with relevant governing body of that profession if applicable.
    •*** Willingness to work hard with no time restrictions.
    •*** Passionate about building a healthcare career, patient focus and able to work in a fast paced environment.

    If you are interested in these vacancies please submit your application letter, detailed CV including telephone contact and at least 2 professional referees to:

    The Manager
    P.O Box 29700
    Kampala, Uganda

    0712811716

    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted
    Deadline: 2008-09-19
     
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