Dismiss Notice
You are browsing this site as a guest. It takes 2 minutes to CREATE AN ACCOUNT and less than 1 minute to LOGIN

Nafasi za kazi -utumishi

Discussion in 'Nafasi za Kazi na Tenda' started by itagata, Feb 12, 2012.

  1. i

    itagata Senior Member

    #1
    Feb 12, 2012
    Joined: Sep 4, 2011
    Messages: 190
    Likes Received: 27
    Trophy Points: 45
    Fungua attachment kuna nafasi za kazi kutoka wizara ya utumishi
     

    Attached Files:

  2. escober

    escober JF-Expert Member

    #2
    Feb 12, 2012
    Joined: Jan 12, 2011
    Messages: 391
    Likes Received: 2
    Trophy Points: 35
    thanks ngoja wenye qualification zao waaaply
     
  3. D

    Deogratius B shayo Member

    #3
    Feb 12, 2012
    Joined: Feb 7, 2012
    Messages: 57
    Likes Received: 1
    Trophy Points: 0
    pamoja kaka
     
  4. Sizinga

    Sizinga JF-Expert Member

    #4
    Feb 13, 2012
    Joined: Oct 30, 2007
    Messages: 7,790
    Likes Received: 295
    Trophy Points: 180
    vipi majina ya mwanzo watakoenda kwa interview tuwekeeni hapa basi
     
  5. zubedayo_mchuzi

    zubedayo_mchuzi JF-Expert Member

    #5
    Feb 13, 2012
    Joined: Sep 2, 2011
    Messages: 4,932
    Likes Received: 116
    Trophy Points: 160
    Yale ya Ruangwa lindi?
     
  6. knownless

    knownless Senior Member

    #6
    Feb 13, 2012
    Joined: Dec 23, 2011
    Messages: 114
    Likes Received: 1
    Trophy Points: 35
    dah! wengine tunatumia simu kama vp zimwageni hizo nafasi za kazi hapa.
     
  7. T

    Terimu Member

    #7
    Feb 13, 2012
    Joined: Jun 1, 2011
    Messages: 35
    Likes Received: 0
    Trophy Points: 13
    Jamani naomba mtusaidie tunaotumia simu
     
  8. zubedayo_mchuzi

    zubedayo_mchuzi JF-Expert Member

    #8
    Feb 13, 2012
    Joined: Sep 2, 2011
    Messages: 4,932
    Likes Received: 116
    Trophy Points: 160
    1
    THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA
    PRESIDENT'S OFFICE​
    PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARI​
    A​
    T
    Ref.Na EA.7/96/01/A/182 9th February, 2012
    VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT
    The Public Service Recruitment Secretariat was established in accordance with Section
    No. 29 (1) of the Public Service (Amendment) Act, No. 18 of 2007. One of the main
    functions of this organ is to advertise vacant posts occurring in the Public Service and
    conduct recruitment process.
    On behalf of the President‟s Office, Public Service Management (The Tanzania Public
    Service College), Ministry of Finance (National Board of Accountancy and Auditors –
    NBAA, Tanzania Institute of Accountancy – TIA and National Bureau of Statistics),
    Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (Institute of Social Work and Tanzania Food and
    Nutrition Centre – TFNC), Ministry of Livestock Development and Fisheries, (Fisheries
    Education and Training – FETA, Tanzania Meat Board and Tanzania Diary Board),
    Ministry of Transport (UNESCO National Commission –Tanzania, National Institute of
    Transport (NIT), Dar es Salaam Maritime Institute - DMI) and Tanzania Meteorological
    Agency - TMA), Ministry of Education and Vocation Training (Tanzania Institute of
    Education) Ministry of Industry, Trade and Marketing (College of Business Education),
    Public Service Recruitment Secretariat invites qualified Tanzanians to fill various
    vacant posts as follows:-
    1.0 FISHERIES EDUCATION AND TRAINING AGENCY (FETA)
    Fisheries Education and Training Agency (FETA) is established by merging two
    fisheries institution, Mbegani Fisheries Development Centre (MFDC) and Nyegezi
    Freshwater Fisheries Institute (NFFI) in line with fisheries master plan (URT). The two
    institutions are under the Ministry of Livestock Development and Fisheries and are fully
    accredited by the National Technical Education (NACTE).
    2
    The mandate and functions of the two institutions are now being assumed by FETA and are articulated in the National Fisheries Sector Policy and Strategy statements (1997), the Aquaculture development Strategy (2009) and The National Council for Technical Education Act of 1997. The main role of FETA is to assist the Ministry in provision of fisheries education and training in aquaculture, fisheries technologies and management, conduct applied research and consultancy in promoting sustainable development of fisheries and allied industries.
    1.1 CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER – READVERTISED
    1.1.1 DUTY STATION: FETA Headquarters, Mbegani Bagamoyo
    1.1.2 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate will be accountable to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Livestock Development and Fisheries
    1.1.3 NATURE AND SCOPE OF THE POSITION
    The Chief Executive Officer shall be the Head of the Executive Agency and subject to overseeing implementation of Ministerial Policies
    1.1.4 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for managing FETA within the terms and conditions prescribed in the Framework Document of the Agency and the Executive Agencies Act Cap. 245 and its Regulations. The Chief Executive Officer shall be responsible for overall management of the Agency and specifically shall be responsible for:
     Day to day operations of the Executive Agency;
     Accounting officer of the Agency;
     Developing, rewarding and managing human resources; organization, control and discipline of the Agency‟s employees;
     Preparations and submission of the Strategic and Business Plans of the Agency and associated budgets;
     Development and implementation of Agency‟s plans , annual review , monitoring and evaluation;
     Undertaking performance reviews and evaluations of the Agency;
     Administering and enforcement of internal guidelines and regulations;
     Representing the Agency in local and international fora and other platforms;
     Monitoring and evaluation of the Agency‟s performance; and
     Shall be the Secretary to the Ministerial Advisory Board (MAB) and spokes person of the Agency.
    3
    1.1.5 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Master degree in fisheries and aquaculture disciplines. Postgraduate Studies in Business Administration or Management Sciences will be an added advantage;
     Must be Computer literate;
     Fluent in both English and Swahili
     Minimum of ten (10) years experience in which five (5) years should be in managerial positions in education and training institutions.
    2.0 TANZANIA FOOD AND NUTRITION CENTRE – TFNC
    Tanzania Food and Nutrition Centre (TFNC) is a Government Institution under the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare. The Centre is responsible for spreading nutrition activities in the country with the objectives of controlling and reducing all forms of malnutrition.
    2.1.1 DIRECTOR OF FINANCE, PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATION (1 POST) RE – ADVERTISED
    2.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Responsible to the Managing Director in matters pertaining to finance, Human Resources and administration;
     To co-ordinate the preparation of final accounts and audit of the Centre;
     To supervise and approve the Centre‟s financial transactions;
     General administration and supervision of staff under his/her directorate;
     Plan and develop human resource at the Centre;
     To promote conducive working environment for Centre‟s staff;
     To supervise preparation of quarterly and annual financial reports;
     To supervise the preparation and updating of staff and financial regulations;
     To manage the procurement and supplies function;
     To supervise and co-ordinate income generating activities of the Centre;
     To perform any other duties assigned by the Managing Director.
    2.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of CPA (T) or equivalent plus Post-graduate training in Human Resource Management OR
     Master Degree in Human Resources Management/ Public Administration plus a Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Management or its equivalent. He / She should have an experience of not less than eight (8) years in Finance, Human Resources and Administration of which five (5) should be in senior managerial position.
    4
    2.1.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution‟s salary scale PGSS–21
    2.2 CHIEF ACCOUNTANT - 1 POST RE – ADVERTISED
    2.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Head of Accounts Division of the Centre
     To advise the Director of Finance, Human Resources and Administration on finance and supplies matters;
     Responsible for all books of accounts and preparation of financial reports
     To participate in preparing budgets and ensure budgetary control
     To liaise with Treasury and Ministry of Health regarding subventions and other financial matters
     Ensures the provision of on the job training of subordinates
     To perform any other duties assigned
    2.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of CPA (T) or its equivalent from a recognized institution with at least seven (7) years of working experience of which four (4) must be at managerial level and must be registered with NBAA as Certified Public Accountant or Certified Public Accountant in Public Practice.
    2.2.3 REMUNERATION
     Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution‟s salary scale PGSS–20
    2.3 RESEARCH OFFICER I – ECONOMICS - 1 POST - RE- ADVERTISED
    2.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To participate in initiating plans for alleviating nutrition problems;
     To participate in developing research methodologies and application of research findings;
     To participate in preparing Centre‟s periodic reports;
     To participate in integrating economic aspects in the nutrition activities;
     To perform any other duties assigned.
    2.3.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Masters Degree in Economics from a recognized institution.
     Entry point for Masters Graduates with three (3) years research experience and one (1) publication will be PRSS 13.
    5
    2.3.3 REMUNERATION
     Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution‟s salary scale PRSS 12–13
    2.4 RESEARCH OFFICER I – STATISTICS -1 POST - RE – ADVERTISED
    2.4.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To participate in research and initiate the use of research findings in alleviating nutritional problems;
     To participate in developing research methodologies and application of research findings;
     To perform any other duties assigned.
    2.4.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Masters Degree in Statistics from a recognized institution. Entry point for Masters Graduates with three (3) years research experience and one (1) publication will be PRSS 13.
    2.4.3 REMUNERATION
     Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution‟s salary scale PRSS 12–13
    2.5 TELEPHONE OPERATOR GRADE II - 1 POST - RE – ADVERTISED
    2.5.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To attend visitors
     To maintain telephone register for all official and private calls
     To perform any other duties assigned
    2.5.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Form IV or VI Certificate with Basic Medium Level Certificate in Telephone Operating and Reception from recognized institutions, fluent in English and Kiswahili and with at least four (4) years of working experience.
    2.5.3 REMUNERATION
     Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution‟s salary scale PGSS 6 – 7
    3.0 TANZANIA PUBLIC SERVICE COLLEGE
    The Tanzania Public Service College (TPSC) is Established under Executive Agencies Act (1997). TPSC is a Government Executive Agency established in 2000 as a direct response to fill a void for a sustainable public service training institution. TPSC offers
    6
    programmes that are directly linked to Government business agenda and demand driven. As the demands for the public service to offer quality services at affordable costs increases, it is imperative that the services should be staffed with competent personnel. Hence, TPSC‟s core business is to develop the appropriate public service competences, which will transform the service into effective and efficient machinery that will strive to meet citizen‟s needs in terms of services. TPSC‟s Mission is to improve the quality, efficiency and effectiveness of the public service of Tanzania by providing comprehensive training, consultancy and applied research interventions. Currently, TPSC has campuses at Dar-es-Salaam, Tabora and Mtwara.
    3.1 SENIOR LECTURER – 3 POSTS - RE – ADVERTISED
    3.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Develops and delivers short and long term courses
     Guides and supervises students in building up their practical and research projects
     Conducts consultancy and research
     Develops and reviews curriculum
     Prepares training manuals, simulations and case studies for training
     Coaches junior teaching staff
     Participate in the development of plans and campus programs
     Optimize the handling of customer relationships to enhance business opportunities
    3.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND WORK EXPERIENCES
     Holder of Doctorate (PhD) degree in the field of Records Management, Public Sector Financial Management, Public/Human Resources Management, Information Communication Technology and Secretarial Studies. Registered as technical teacher with related minimum work experience of 3 years in lectureship position or equivalent in a related or allied institution, and has published at least three peer reviewed papers. OR
     Holder of Master degree with upper second class and proven work experiences in Research and Consultancy of at least 20 years and published 10 consultancy/research reports in relevant fields. Managerial work experiences of a minimum of 4 years in public service will be an added advantage.
    3.1.3 REMUNERATION : PHTS 18 - 19
    7
    3.2 LECTURER – 3 POSTS - RE – ADVERTISED
    3.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Develops and delivers short and long term courses
     Conducts consultancy and research
     Guides and supervises students in building up their practical and research projects
     Prepares learning resources and designing training exercises for students.
     Develops and reviews curriculum
     Coaches junior teaching staff
    3.2.2 QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     The incumbent must be a holder of Doctorate (PhD) degree in the field of Records Management, Public Financial Management, ICT and Secretarial Studies and registered as technical teacher, OR
     Master Degree with upper second or higher first class and proven experiences in Research and Consulting of at least 10 years and published at least 5 Consultancy / Research reports in relevant field. Managerial work experiences of at least 3 years in the public service will be an added advantage.
    3.2.3 REMUNERATION : PHTS 15 - 17
    3.3 ASSISTANT LECTURERS 16 POSTS - RE – ADVERTISED
     Records Management/Documentation Archives Management 7 posts
     Information and Communication Technology 1 post
     Finance and Accounting 1 post
     Public Administration (Local Government Administration) 1 post
     Linguistics (Swahili and English) 3 posts
     Economics or Project Management 1 post
     Mathematics and Statistics 1 post
     Arts (Education Administration) 1post
    3.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Conduct short and long term courses
     Prepares learning resources for tutorial exercise
     Conducts research, seminars and case studies
     Carries out under supervision consultancy and community services
     Supervises students project
     Prepares teaching manuals
    8
    3.3.2 QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Master Degree with upper second or higher first class in the relevant field. The candidate should be eligible for registration as technical teachers, with teaching experience in related fields of at least 3 years in reputable and allied institutions. Working experience of at least 2 years in the public service will be an added advantage.
    3.3.3 REMUNERATION : PHTS 13 - 14
    4.0 THE INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL WORK (ISW)
    The ISW is one of the institutions of higher learning in Tanzania which was established in 1974 by Act No. 26 of 1973 (as amended by Miscellaneous Act No. 13 of 2002). The Institute is under the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and is located at Kijitonyama in Dar-es-Salaam.
    The Institute was established to provide qualified human resources for strengthening social welfare services delivery system in Tanzania. It is accredited with the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) as an institute of higher learning to conduct training programmes in the fields of social work, industrial relations and human resources management.
    4.1 LECTURER 1 POST - RE – ADVERTISED
    4.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To lecture student in the department.
     To assist students to develop their research and project work.
     Setting examinations, invigilating, marking and timely production of examination results.
     Supervision of research and consultancy work.
     To plan and design training exercises for students.
     Undertaking individual research and participating in big multidisciplinary research projects.
     Preparing manuals simulations and case studies for students.
     Working on consultancy projects.
     Coaching of junior academic staff.
     Providing guidance to junior members of staff
     Supervising students pursuing research and field work
     Any other duties as may be assigned by the Programme Co-coordinator or the Director of Studies or other higher authority.
    9
    4.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of PhD in Social work or Master Degree biased in Applied Psychology or Social Psychology with upper second or higher first class and proven experiences in Research and Consulting of at least 10 years and published at least 5 Consultancy / Research reports in relevant field. Managerial work experiences of at least 3 years in the public service will be an added advantage.
    4.1.3 REMUNERATION
    The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution‟s remuneration schemes - PHTS 12
    4.2 LECTURER 1 POST - RE – ADVERTISED
    4.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To lecture student in the department.
     To assist students to develop their research and project work.
     Setting examinations, invigilating, marking and timely production of examination results.
     Supervision of research and consultancy work.
     To plan and design training exercises for students.
     Undertaking individual research and participating in big multidisciplinary research projects.
     Preparing manuals simulations and case studies for students.
     Working on consultancy projects.
     Coaching of junior academic staff.
     Providing guidance to junior members of staff
     Supervising students pursuing research and field work
     Any other duties as may be assigned by the Programme Co-coordinator or the Director of Studies or other higher authority.
    
    4.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of PhD in Labour Studies or Industrial Sociology biased in Labour Economy, Economics or Project Planning OR,
     Master Degree biased in Labour Economy, Economics or Project Planning with upper second or higher first class and proven experiences in Research and Consulting of at least 10 years and published at least 5 Consultancy / Research reports in relevant field. Managerial work experiences of at least 3 years in the public service will be an added advantage.
    10
    4.2.3 REMUNERATION
    The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution‟s remuneration schemes - PHTS 12
    4.3 ASSISTANT LECTURER 12 POSTS - RE - ADVERTISED
    4.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Assisting in lecturing and tutorial seminars.
     Carry out consultancy in Research and service job assignment including data collection under close supervision.
     Setting examinations, invigilating, marking and timely production of examination results.
     Prepares teaching materials for tutorials and exercises including case studies.
     Any other duties as may be assigned by the Programme Co-coordinator or the Director of Studies
     Conduct lectures with guidance of senior lecturers.
    4.3.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Master degree in Social Work with First or Upper second class from any recognized Institution. Must be able to demonstrate the capability of teaching, conducting research and consultancy and other duties and Effective computer use. Teaching and research experience of at list 3 years will be an added advantage. Must be ready to work in team.
    4.3.3 REMUNERATION
    The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution‟s remuneration schemes - PHTS 8
    4.4 ASSISTANT LECTURER (6 POSTS) - RE - ADVERTISED
    4.4.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To assist in conducting seminars and tutorial classes under close supervision
     .Prepare material for tutorial exercises.
     .Assisting in teaching in the Certificate Course
     .Conduct research under close supervision
     .Carry out consultancy and service job assignments under close supervision.
     .Any other duties as may be assigned by the Programme Co-coordinator or the Director or Studies.
    4.4.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Master Degree in Industrial Relations or Law biased in Labour Law or Arbitration and Mediation with First or Upper second class from any recognized Institution.
    11
    OR Master Degree in Industrial Relations biased Research, Social Security, Organisation Behaviour or Conflict Management with First or Upper second class from any recognized Institution.
     Must be able to demonstrate the capability of teaching, conducting research and consultancy and other duties and Effective computer use. Teaching and research experience of at list 3 years will be an added advantage.
    4.4.3 REMUNERATION
    The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution‟s remuneration schemes - PHTS 8
    4.5 ASSISTANT LECTURERS (7 POSTS) - RE - ADVERTISED
    4.5.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Assisting in lecturing and tutorial seminars.
     Carry out consultancy in Research and service job assignment including data collection under close supervision.
     Setting examinations, invigilating, marking and timely production of examination results.
     Prepares teaching materials for tutorials and exercises including case studies.
     Any other duties as may be assigned by the Programme Co-coordinator or the Director of Studies
     Conduct lectures with guidance of senior lecturers.
    4.5.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Master degree in Human Resources Management with First or Upper second class from any recognized Institution. Must be able to demonstrate the capability of teaching, conducting research and consultancy and other duties and Effective computer use. Teaching and research experience of at list 3 years will be an added advantage.
    4.5.3 REMUNERATION
    The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution‟s remuneration schemes - PHTS 8
    4.6 SENIOR RECORDS MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT 4 POST - RE - ADVERTISED
    4.6.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Perform registry activities and Ensure that there is smooth and efficient functioning of registry.
     Ensure security and confidentiality of office records and documentations.
     Control files movements and documents.
    12
     Maintenance of good working behaviour within the staffs of registry section.
     Authorization on proper subject title for new files and closure of the old files.
     Preparing and designing index system to enhance efficiency in information search.
     Ensures security and neatness of properties and office equipments allocated to registry office.
     Reviews work progress and maintenance of performance appraisal system within the staffs of registry.
     Reports to his/her seniors about any deficiencies which may hinder the smooth operation of office activities.
    4.6.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Diploma in records management provided by Tanzania Public Service College or any other recognized institution with computer knowledge and working experience of not less than five years.
    4.6.3 REMUNERATION
    The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution‟s remuneration schemes - PGSS 7
    4.7 SENIOR INTERNAL AUDITOR 1 POST - RE - ADVERTISED
    4.7.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Undertake special Audit Assignments
     Review all Audit assignments and recommend to the Chief Auditor on appropriate action to take
     Designing and reviewing the Internal control system to ensure that all records of students are properly reconciled between Heads of departments, records, Registrar‟s records, Examination officer‟s, Deans of students and Accounts records.
     To ensure that fraudulent practices, assets losses are prevented and detected promptly when they occur.
     To ensure that registration of students complies with procedures and instructions stipulated in ISW prospectus, Loan Boards as well as Board‟s directives and Management instructions, this includes payments of fees in time for both tuition and hostel.
     Regularly review employee‟s records and status.
     To make follow up on the implementation of the quality assurance policy as established.
    13
     To make follow up on the implementation of other policies such as Public finance regulation, procurement, service regulations, and others.
     To participate in designing of Internal control system and ISW policies
     To provide professional assistance in preparation of financial statements
     To facilitate coordination of external audit exercise.
     To do any other business as required.
    4.7.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Must posses ACCA, CPA (T), CA or equivalent with six years experience.
    4.7.3 REMUNERATION
    The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution‟s remuneration schemes - PGSS 12
    4.8 PERSONAL SECRETARY GRADE I 2 POSTS - RE - ADVERTISED
    4.8.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To perform all secretarial work including typing and binding custodianships and filling of various documents and follow-up implementation of issues rose.
     Arrange transport for the officer he/she is working
     To ensure that files are handled promptly and in time
     Supervise work in the office and ensure that it is properly done.
    4.8.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holders of diploma in Secretarial from a recognized Institution. Computer Literacy a must with work experience of more than 5 years.
    4.8.3 REMUNERATION
    The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution‟s remuneration schemes - PGSS 7
    5.0 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT
    The National Institute of Transport (NIT) is a body corporate established by Act No. 24 of 1982 as an autonomous Institute of Higher Learning under the Ministry of Transport. The Institute is striving to build up its Human Resource Capital Excellence with the Vision of being a Center of Excellence in providing Education and Training, Research and Consultancy services in Logistics Transport and Communication Sectors in Sub-Sahara Africa and beyond.
    14
    5.1 PERSONAL SECRETARY I 1 POST
    5.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Co-ordinates all office need and requirements
     Receives and directs visitors
     Keeps minutes/records of meetings
     Ensure expedient, accurate and clean execution of duties ensures
     Type confidential letters, minutes, circulars, certificates, charts and stencils coordinates and supervise typists in the Units
     Take proper care of facilities and equipments of the office
    5.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Diploma in Secretarial Studies from the Tanzania Public Service College with at least three (3) years experience. Should have attended Computer programme and conversant to work with different Computer packages, like Windows, Excel, Microsoft office, Internet, Email, Publisher etc.
    5.1.3 REMUNERATION: As per NIT Salary Scale PGSS 7
    6.0 NATIONAL BOARD OF ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS
    The National Board of Accountants and Auditors was set up by the Auditors and Accountants (Registration) Act No.33 of 1972 (as amended by Act no. 2 of 1995) as an accountancy regulatory body.
    The functions of the Board are elaborated under section 4 of the Act, which include among others, promotion of accountancy training, conducting of professional examinations, conferring of awards, registration of professional members and maintenance of professional conduct and discipline.
    6.1 MANAGER, TECHNICAL & ADVISORY SERVICES - 1 POST
    6.1.1 REPORTS TO: Executive Director
    6.1.2 JOB PURPOSE:
    To oversee all research, consultancy and technical issues affecting the profession, its members the government and the general public.
    6.1.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To take a proactive role in the formulation of strategic plan.
     To ensure that effective annual plans and budgets of the department are prepared.
     To develop and maintain effective strategic relationships with key stakeholders
    15
     To oversee the mandatory functions of Board relating to the department as set out in the Act
     To initiate procurement requirements for the department.
     To promote, develop, implement and manage staff performance based contracts to enhance productivity, efficiency and effectiveness in the department
     To initiate recruitment and positioning of appropriate skilled staff for the department within the framework approved by the Governing Board.
     To review and initiate training needs for the department
     To advise the Executive Director and management on all corporate technical and advisory services issues.
     To conduct researches, studies and surveys related to compliance and development of accountancy profession in the country.
     To co-ordinate dissemination of professional knowledge and information related with research work and activities of the Board.
     To co-ordinate international affiliations and networking to facilitate sharing worldwide knowledge and experience in the profession
     To be rresponsible for the compliance with technical standards (such as IFRS, IAS, IPSAs, and ISAs.)
     To perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the Executive Director.
    6.1.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Masters degree in accounting or finance and CPA (T) or its equivalent from a recognized institution. He must be fully registered by NBAA as Certified Public Accountant/Auditor and must be proficient in computer applications.
     At least eight (8) years working experience in accounting or finance in any reputable organization of which five (5) years must be at managerial level
    6.1.5 REMUNERATION: As per NBAA Salary Scale 21
    6.2 SENIOR LIBRARY ASSISTANT GRADE II - 1 POST
    6.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To attend routine queries of library users (to performs library and clerical duties e.g. handling of simple enquiries from readers, bibliographical searching, collection of library statistics etc)
     To control circulation of reading materials/publications
     To file and shelve various library/reading materials as appropriate
     To maintain record of all library materials
     To maintain library users (public and staff) catalogues
    16
     To provide technical assistance to users
     To produce bibliographic information and guides
     To deal with orders for new publications and control circulation of materials in an efficient manner.
     To supervise junior library assistants
     To perform any other related duties as may be assigned from time to time by his immediate supervisor.
    6.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     A holder of at least a certificate of secondary school education plus a two years diploma in librarianship or its equivalent obtained from a recognized institution and must be proficient in computer applications. At least three years working experience in librarianship in any reputable organization
    6.2.3 REMUNERATION: As per NBAA Salary Scale 8/9
    6.3 OFFICE ASSISTANT GRADE I - 1 POST
    6.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To prepare and maintain file movement cards and ensure daily movements of the file are marked there in.
     To run errands and dispatches in an efficient and effective manner
     To ensure good reception to customers and stakeholders
     To look for files and collects them when required, routed and/or after use and take them to the routed officers or shelve accordingly.
     To return files to their appropriate positions in the cabinets/shelves
     To return to the respective officer/supervisor files marked "Bring Up" (B.U) after use for the required action
     To carry out regular checks of files in the cabinets/shelves in order to ensure order and neatness
     To distribute files to scheduled officers
     To ensure that the office buildings and premises are always kept clean
     To perform any other related duties as may be assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor
    6.3.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Certificate of secondary school education with passes in English and Swahili plus a relevant vocational training certificate or its equivalent from a recognized institution and must be proficient in computer applications with a good command of written and spoken Swahili and English. At least two (2) years working experience in office assistance in any reputable organization.
    17
    6.3.3 REMUNERATION: As per NBAA Salary Scale 6/7
    6.4 OFFICE ASSISTANT GRADE II - 1 POST
    6.4.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To prepare and maintain file movement cards and ensure daily movements of the file are marked there in.
     To run errands and dispatches in an efficient and effective manner
     To ensure good reception to customers and stakeholders
     To look for files and collects them when required, routed and/or after use and take them to the routed officers or shelve accordingly.
     To return files to their appropriate positions in the cabinets/shelves
     To return to the respective officer/supervisor files marked "Bring Up" (B.U) after use for the required action
     To carry out regular checks of files in the cabinets/shelves in order to ensure order and neatness
     To distribute files to scheduled officers
     To ensure that the office buildings and premises are always kept clean
     To perform any other related duties as may be assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor
    6.4.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Certificate of secondary school education with passes in English and Swahili plus a relevant vocational training certificate or its equivalent from a recognized institution and must be proficient in computer applications with a good command of written and spoken Swahili and English.
    6.4.3 REMUNERATION: As per NBAA Salary Scale 4
    6.5 EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT GRADE II - 1 POST
    6.5.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To process/type all word documents (open and confidential) as may be required (e.g. reports, records, memoranda, minutes, letters and documents, notices, bulletins, circulars, certificates, charts and stencils, prints reports, letter etc.)
     To maintain a register of incoming and outgoing files and ensure proper record of movement of files.
     To answer routine correspondence such as acknowledgements and sending out reminders
    18
     To maintain a diary for office appointments, meetings, notable events, official travel arrangements and other scheduled activities for the officer and inform/remind on the same before, closer and on due date/time.
     To receive and handle visitors with courtesy
     To handle arrangements for official travels for the respective department, including confirmation of transport and hotel bookings
     To secure, safeguard and maintain in safe custody all confidential files and other sensitive documents/record
     To record and prepare summary of the minutes for the meeting as may be assigned and keep minutes/records of meetings
     To coordinate and prepare a list of stationeries, office equipment and other items for office use and ensure timely availability of the same.
     To take proper care of office machines, equipment and other assets allocated into the respective office
     To attend telephone calls and take messages and ensure prompt delivery to the concerned
     To maintain a directory of names and addresses of key stakeholders
     To perform any other related duties as may be assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor
    6.5.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Certificate of secondary school education with passes in English and Swahili plus a full secretarial certificate (with shorthand/hatimkato 100 w.p.m.; Typewriting III - 50 w.p.m.; secretarial duties and office practice II) or its equivalent from a recognized institution and must be proficient in computer applications with a good command of written and spoken Swahili and English
     Working experience of at least one (1) year in secretarial services in any reputable organization will be an added advantage.
    6.5.3 REMUNERATION : As per NBAA Salary Scale 4
    6.6 EDUCATION AND EXAMINATIONS OFFICER GRADE III - 1 POST
    6.6.1 JOB PURPOSE
    To attend all preliminary administrative activities related to education and examination functions and ensuring that accountancy training matters from pre-qualification to post-qualification for students are unified and administered in the most appropriate and effective way and students are given adequate support in all matters pertaining to their studies.
    19
    6.6.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To monitor the adequacy and quality of trainers and students
     To monitor the quality of output of the training institutions/tuition providers
     To participate in evaluating the institutional qualifications for exemption purposes or for review of the status of the qualification offered
     To participate in setting, moderating and marking examinations
     To enroll candidates for NBAA examinations
     To compile and consolidate records of stocks of assets and examination materials of the examination centers
     To prepare and mail notification for candidates registration
     To keep and update register for candidates registration
     To prepare and mail examination admission/invitation letters
     To prepare academic transcripts as may be requested
     To keep cumulative record of NBAA graduates for each level (database)
     To collect inputs for development of syllabi and training guides/ curriculum
     To keep records of approved training materials
     To perform any other related duties as may be assigned from time to time by his immediate supervisor.
    6.6.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
     Bachelor degree with commercial bias or its equivalent from a recognized higher learning institution and must be proficient in computer applications.
     Working experience of at least one (1) year in education in any reputable organization will be an added advantage.
    6.6.4 REMUNERATION: As per NBAA Salary Scale 8/9
    7.0 TANZANIA MEAT BOARD
    The Tanzania Meat Board (TMB) is an institution under the Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries Development, established by section 9 of the Meat Industry Act No.10 of 2006 and was inaugurated on 14th November, 2008. The Tanzania Meat Board is a promotional and regulatory Body which is mandated to reorganize, promote and coordinate meat industry stakeholders and their activities as well as overseeing the conduct in relation to production of high quality meat and meat products.
    7.1 TECHNICAL SERVICE MANAGER
    7.1.1 REPORTING TO: The Registrar
    7.1.2 DUTY STATION: Dar es Salaam.
    7.1.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    20
     Develop and monitor strategies and plans designed to achieve and maintain self sufficiency and efficiency in meat production, processing and quality assurance;
     Ensure availability of information on appropriate technology for the industry;
     Liaise with relevant technical institutions and coordinate provision of appropriate technology for meat industry;
     Promote and facilitate formation of associations or other bodies of stakeholders within the Meat (sub-sector) and monitor their activities;
     Organize meat shows and promote participation of stakeholder in such shows within and outside the country;
     Identify and trace livestock, meat and meat product for matters related to good production practices;
     Promote and monitor investment in meat production (beef, small ruminant, poultry and pigs) in large scale farms and traditional sector;
     Regulate the meat industry through enforcement of meat industry policies, laws and regulations;
     Co-ordinate the registration of producers and processors of Meat and meat products;
     Liaise with TFDA on licensing of meat premises;
     Liaise with TFDA in inspection of meat facilities such as abattoirs, butchers and other similar facilities; and
     Perform any other function as directed by the Registrar.
    7.1.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
     Masters Degree in either Animal Science, Food Science and Technology, Agricultural marketing (Livestock) or equivalent in Agricultural related fields;
     At least (5) years work experience in the Meat or livestock production technologies and demonstrate ability to organize stakeholders in livestock and meat value chain with emphasis on quality control of the same.
     Ability to demonstrate analytical skills, innovation and self supervision qualities.
    7.1.5 REMUNERATION: TMSS 13
    8.2 DRIVER II 1 POST
    7.1.6 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Driving duties, care of vehicles, passengers and other valuables as will be assigned by the Transport Officer or other designated officers
     To ensure that the vehicle and all accessory equipment are in good condition (order) at all times before and after use.
     Carry out minor mechanical repairs
    21
     To diagnosis the vehicle mechanical problems when possible, report on the technical irregularities so that they can be rectified.
     To maintain a proper log-sheet for the vehicle.
    7.1.7 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
     Possession of Form IV certificate and class C valid driving licence
     Trade test III or advanced drivers certificate grade III from recognised institution such as VETA/NIT
     Good track record of driving occupation
     Ability to express him/herself in both written and spoken Kiswahili and English
    7.1.8 REMUNERATION: TMSS 1
    8.0 TANZANIA DAIRY BOARD
    Tanzania Dairy Board or in its acronym TDB was established by the Dairy industry Act, 2004 (Cap 262). The Board was officially inaugurated on 11th November, 2005. The main function of the Board is to regulate and promote the development of dairy sub sector in Tanzania Mainland. The Board is in the process of strengthening its Secretariat.
    8.1 HEAD OF HUMAN RESOURCES AND ADMINISTRATION SECTION
    8.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Head of the Department of Personnel and Administration.
     Administrative Advisor to the Registrar in liaison with Labour, Utumishi and Hazina on human resource matters.
     Formulates, interprets policy matters related to workers social services, manpower development, wages and salaries, benefits and other schemes.
     Ensure that all officers under him do their duties properly.
     Co-ordinates all activities of other departments related to manpower development.
     Adviser to the Registrar on all matters of Manpower Development, Administration and Planning.
     Secretary to Management Meetings
     Answerable and responsible to the Registrar
    8.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Masters Degree in Public Administration or Human Resources Management plus at least eight (8) years working experience four (4) of which in a Senior Managerial positions.
    22
    8.1.3 REMUNERATION: TDSS 12
    9.0 TANZANIA FOOD AND DRUGS AUTHORITY
    The Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA) is an Executive Agency under the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare which is responsible for the control of quality and safety of food, drugs, cosmetics and medical devices for the purpose of protecting public health. It is established under Section 4 (1) of the Tanzania Food, Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 2003 and became operational on 1st July 2003.
    9.1 DIRECTOR, MEDICINES AND COSMETICS
    9.1.1 DUTY STATION: TFDA - HQ, DSM
    9.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    The Director of Medicines and Cosmetics is responsible for management of human and financial resources allocated to the Directorate for ensuring efficient and effective control of the quality, safety and effectiveness of medicines, cosmetics and medical devices, establishing and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders so as to enhance adequate protection and promotion of public health and advising the Director General on matters related to control of the quality, safety and effectiveness of medicines, cosmetics and medical devices.
    More specifically, he/she will have the following duties;
     To develop, strengthen and implement systems for regulation of quality, safety and effectiveness of medicines, cosmetics and medical devices for effective and efficient enforcement of the Tanzania Food, Drugs and Cosmetics Act No.1 of 2003.
     To prepare and submit performance and progress reports concerning achievement of plan and budgetary goals, use and control of resources, status, challenges and achievement of medicines, cosmetics and medical devices control operations according to established guidelines and procedures.
     To coordinate participation of TFDA in various regional and international deliberations concerning among others medicines, cosmetics and medical devices regulation harmonization initiatives such as EAC, SADC and WHO and/or as may be assigned by the Director General.
     To supervise implementation of quality management system as per ISO 9001:2008 within the Directorate and provide progress reports.
     To maintain and strengthen an effective linkage between the Directorate and Zone Offices and Local Government Authorities concerning control of quality, safety and effectiveness of medicines, cosmetics and medical devices.
    23
     To ensure databases and registers used in the Directorate are updated and maintained.
     To evaluate work performance of Managers objectively and according to work plan, job descriptions, established guidelines and SOPs and submit evaluation reports to Director General.
     To provide unbiased information to the public timely regarding quality, safety and effectiveness of medicines, cosmetics and medical devices.
     To advise the Director General on medicines, cosmetics and medical devices control matters and the manner in which human and financial resources could be utilized to improve protection and promotion of public health.
    9.1.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     Masters Degree in either Pharmacy, Chemistry, Veterinary Medicine, Human Medicine or related field plus ten (10) years experience in a reputable regulatory institution, five (5) of which should be in a managerial position.
     Experience in regional and international medicines and medical devices regulation including harmonization initiatives, use office computer applications, presentation skills and good command of English and Kiswahili languages will be an added advantage. The potential candidate is expected to have demonstrated good interpersonal skills, commitment to work, honesty and professional ethics and integrity.
    9.1.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TFDA salary‟s scale
    9.1.5 AGE LIMIT: Between 35 and 50 years
    9.2 MANAGER - MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
    9.2.1 DUTY STATION; TFDA - HQ, DSM
    9.2.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To determine corporate Management Information System (MIS) needs
     To develop and maintain functional and up to date corporate MIS that is efficient and effective in facilitating business operations and e- commerce
     To initiate procurement of the relevant hardwares and softwares
     To develop Management Information System policies taking into account user needs and TFDA mission and characteristics, such as security and protection and submit to director for management approval.
     To conduct systems studies to determine user requirements in terms of information, hardware, software and issue systems specifications taking into
    24
    account Management Information Systems (MIS) policy to director for management approval
     To develop hardware and software specifications for proposed system or replace existing and produce tender specifications for suppliers to facilitate comparative evaluation of bids
     To guide the Tender Committee in comparative evaluation of bids for supply of hardware and software for proposed system
     To supervise installation and testing of hardware and software of MIS by checking work progress and quality of results to ensure they meet user requirements
     To monitor, evaluate and improve developed system according to SOPs
     To develop user manuals to guide users taking into account user needs and TFDA needs, such as data integrity, security and system availability
     To maintain existing MIS
    9.2.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     Masters Degree in either Computer Science, Systems Analysis or Information Technology plus seven (7) years experience in a reputable organization, three (3) of which should be in a managerial position
    9.2.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TFDA salary‟s scale.
    9.3 FOOD INSPECTOR - 1 POST
    9.3.1 DUTY STATION TFDA, Northern Zone, Arusha
    9.3.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Conduct inspection of food premises, and food products.
     Conduct inspection of food imports and exports at ports of entry.
     Prepare and submit inspection reports according to SOPs.
     Process applications for registration of premises, licenses, import and export permits of foods.
     Supervise destruction of unfit food products.
     Prepare status reports on license, permit, import and export of food.
     Update computer data base of food products.
    9.3.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     BSc in either Food Science and Technology, Environmental Health Sciences or equivalent qualification in the related field from a recognized institution.
    25
    9.3.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TFDA salary‟s scale.
    9.4 DRUG INSPECTOR- 1 POST
    9.4.1 DUTY STATION: TFDA, Central Zone, Dodoma
    9.4.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Conduct inspection of medicine, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and medical devices and respective premises.
     Conduct inspection of medicine, cosmetics and medical devices imports and exports at ports of entry.
     Process applications for registration of premises, licenses, import and export permits of drugs, cosmetics and medical devices.
     Supervise destruction of unfit drugs and cosmetic products.
    9.4.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     Bachelor of either Pharmacy, Veterinary Medicine or equivalent qualifications in the related field from a recognized institution.
    9.4.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TFDA salary‟s scale.
    9.5 DRUG REGISTRATION OFFICER- 1 POST
    9.5.1 DUTY STATION TFDA HQ, DSM
    9.5.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To review and evaluate documentation of product applied for registration
     To evaluate generic medicines, cosmetics, medical devices and promotional materials applied for registration
     To prepare and submit evaluation and progress report to the supervisor
     To update relevant product registration database
     To attend and respond to customer enquiries related to product registration
    9.5.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     Bachelor of either Pharmacy, Doctor of Medicine, Veterinary medicine or equivalent qualifications in the related field from a recognized institution.
    9.5.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TFDA salary‟s scale.
    9.6 PRINCIPAL PLANNING OFFICER – 1 POST
    9.6.1 DUTY STATION; TFDA - HQ, DSM
    26
    9.6.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To coordinate and supervise TFDA planning activities and ensure their implementation
     To supervise planning and development of project record systems
     To compile project reports
     To review project performance annually
     To prepare long and medium development plans for TFDA
    9.6.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     Master/Postgraduate Diploma or its equivalent in economics, planning, statistics or Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness from a recognized institution with training in use of computer applications and twelve (12) years work experience.
    9.6.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TFDA salary‟s scale.
    9.7 QUALITY ASSURANCE OFFICER – 1 POST
    9.7.1 DUTY STATION; TFDA - HQ, DSM
    9.7.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To assist in developing and revising quality policy and manual for TFDA processes and procedures
     To assist in preparation of internal quality audit plan taking into account technical factors
     To conduct internal quality audit for TFDA processes and prepare report on the same
     To assist in organizing Quality Audit Teams and prepare time table for internal quality audits
     To assist on monitoring implementation of recommendations of internal audit reports
     To provide advice on compliance of TFDA staff to established procedures, implementation of internal quality audit and advise on appropriate action to be taken
    9.7.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     A Degree related to either Pharmaceuticals, Food, Cosmetics, Medical devices quality management or degree in Quality Management and training in use of office computer applications with working experience of three (3) years.
     Training and practical experience in quality management will be an added advantage.
    27
    9.7.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TFDA salary‟s scale.
    9.8 PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT DRUG INSPECTOR- 1 POST
    9.8.1 DUTY STATION: TFDA Northern Zone
    9.8.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To conduct inspection and prepare inspection reports
     To check and verify import, export, license and permit applications
     To maintain database
     To supervise and give guidance to subordinates
    9.8.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     Diploma in pharmaceutical science or veterinary sciences from a recognized institution and ability to use office computer applications with ten (10) years experience.
    9.8.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TFDA salary‟s scale.
    9.9 RECEPTIONIST- 1POST
    9.9.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To receive and direct telephone calls from extensions and from outside to appropriate destinations
     To maintain a register of calls from TFDA and from outside callers
     To clean and maintain the switchboard and report problems
     To attend office visitors, listen to their problems, give them appropriate response or direct them to appropriate officers
    9.9.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
    Form IV Secondary education certificate with passes in English and Kiswahili plus a certificate in reception and telephone operations with computer knowledge in office application
    9.9.3 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TFDA salary‟s scale.
    10.0 TANZANIA METEOROLOGICAL AUTHORITY
    The Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA) is under the Ministry of Transport was established by the Executive Agencies Act No 30 of 1997 and was inaugurated as an Executive Agency, on 3rd December 1999. The Agency is mandated to provide
    28
    meteorological services to the general public, institutions and individual users of tailor made services for maintaining safety and security of people and their properties and support sustainable social economic development.
    10.1 ENGINEER -TELECOMMUNICATION AND/OR ELECTRONICS
    10.1.1 REPORTS TO: Manager Technical Services.
    10.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Installing meteorological equipment and systems.
     Inspecting and repairs of meteorological equipment and systems
     Calibrates meteorological equipment and systems.
     Maintaining meteorological equipment and systems (Telegraphic system, Anemometers, Thermo hygrograph, Automatic rain gauges, High Frequency and Low Frequency system).
     Preparing estimates of maintenance costs.
     Deals with estate management in construction industry.
     Preparing forecasts of final costs and valuations for payment to the builder as the work proceeds.
     Supervising work in progress.
     Preparing Bills of Quantities and tender documents.
     Preparing cost planning for building contracts
     Measuring and valuating variations in the work during the contract, and for the preparation and agreement of the builder‟s final account.
     Performing any other duties as may be assigned by the Supervisor.
    10.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Degree in Engineering or Advanced Diploma in Engineering (Telecommunication and/or Electronics) and must be a registered by Engineers Registration Board (ERB) with not less than 3 years experience in that field, with professional license.
    10.1.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TMA salary‟s scale.
    10.2 DIRECTOR TECHNICAL SERVICES DIVISION
    10.2.1 REPORTS TO: Director
    10.2.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Ensuring that equipment and telecommunications are operational and meet the required WMO standards and procedure in order to fulfil national and international obligations.
    29
     Planning the development and expansion of meteorological and climatological station network.
     Ensuring the maintenance of an effective, efficient, up-to-date ICT in the Agency.
     Coordinating and implementing activities of WMO Commission for Instruments and Methods of Observation (CIMO).
     Maintaining of operational standards for climatological, agrometeorological and rainfall stations.
     Developing and maintaining Quality Management Framework for provision of weather, climate and related services.
     Ensuring divisional performance/financial targets are met.
    10.2.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     MSc. in Meteorology or equivalent with working experience of 10 years in related field, five (5) of which must be at a senior management level. PhD and Computer literacy will be an added Advantage.
    10.2.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TMA salary‟s scale.
    10.3 LIBRARIAN - 1 POST
    10.3.1 REPORTS TO: The Librarian will report direct to the Manger Environment and Research.
    10.3.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Computerizing documents of research papers
     Abstracting index of periodicals.
     Preparing procedures and regulations on book borrowing.
     Catalogue books and other documents.
     Performing user survey.
     Devising database for the library
    10.3.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Bachelor of Arts (Library) with at least five (5) years working experience in a similar field. Possession of Data Base Management Systems and Computer literacy will be an added advantage
    10.3.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TMA salary‟s scale.
    30
    10.4 METEOROLOGICAL OFFICER - IN-CHARGE REGIONAL OFFICE
    (SINGIDA AND IRINGA)
    10.4.1 REPORTS TO: Director Forecasting Services
    10.4.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Coordinating Weather and Climate Observations for the Ruvuma Region of responsibility.
     Issuing weather forecasts for the Region.
     Providing local climatological advice and services.
     Providing local agro meteorological forecasts.
     Coordinating observatories in the region and its districts.
     Maintaining communication links with other Offices.
     Ensuring performance/financial targets are met.
    10.4.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
    World Meteorological Organisation Certificate (WMO) CLASS II with working experience of ten (10) years working experience in meteorology, five (5) of which must be at a senior management level. Computer literacy will be an added advantage.
    10.4.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TMA salary‟s scale.
    10.5 PRINCIPAL METEOROLOGIST IN - CHARGE OF WESTERN ZONAL OFFICE AND SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS ZONAL OFFICE – 2 POSTS
    10.5.1 REPORTS TO: Director Forecasting Services
    10.5.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Issuing weather forecasts for their zones of responsibility.
     Providing local climatological advice and services.
     Providing local agro meteorological forecasts.
     Coordinating observatories in the respective zones, regions and districts.
     Maintaining communication links with the Central Forecasting Office.
     Ensuring performance/financial targets are met.
    10.5.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     BSc. with a post graduate diploma in Meteorology OR BSc degree in Meteorology with ten (10) years working experience in meteorology, five of which must be in a senior management level. M.Sc. and computer literacy will be an added advantage:
    10.5.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TMA salary‟s scale.
    31
    10.6 MANAGER ENVIRONMENT AND RESEARCH SECTION
    10.6.1 REPORTS TO: Director Research and Applied Meteorology
    10.6.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Coordinating and conducting research in basic and applied meteorology and other related fields including preparing research priorities for the Agency
     Maintaining and updating meteorological library
     Providing an operational environmental data and information dissemination system and an early warning system for use by various utilities and the public.
     Maintaining a coordination mechanism between the Agency, users of environmental data and institutions dealing with environmental issues.
     Coordinating and implementing activities and resolutions of WMO Commission for Atmospheric Sciences (CAS).
     Ensuring performance/financial targets are met.
    10.6.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     B.Sc.with postgraduate diploma in meteorology OR B.Sc. degree in Meteorology with a sound knowledge of environmental issues with ten (10) years working experience in meteorology, five of which must be at a senior level. PhD or M.Sc computer literacy will be an added advantage.
    10.6.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TMA salary‟s scale.
    10.7 MANAGER AERONAUTICAL AND MARINE METEOROLOGICAL SERVICES
    10.7.1 REPORTS TO: Director Forecasting Services
    10.7.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Issuing in collaboration with CFO, weather services to aviation, shipping and other marine activities.
     Training and rating junior staff, Pilots and Air Traffic Controllers.
     Coordination and quality control of METAR and SPECI information observed at all airports and aerodromes in the country.
     Coordinating the issuance of SIGMETs, aerodrome warnings and Terminal Aerodrome Forecasts (TAFs) nationally.
     Coordinating and Implementing activities and resolutions of WMO Commission for Aeronautical Meteorology (CAeM) and WMO/IMO Joint Commission for Marine Meteorology (JCOMM).
     Providing consultancy services on aeronautical and marine meteorology.
     Ensuring performance/financial targets are met.
    32
    10.7.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     B.Sc. Degree with postgraduate diploma in meteorology or B.Sc. in Meteorology with ten (10) years working experience in meteorology, five (5) of which must be at a senior level. MSc and computer literacy will be an added Advantage:
    10.7.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TMA salary‟s scale.
    10.8 METEOROLOGIST TRAINEE 2 POSTS
    10.8.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Analyses data i.e. performing Meteorological, Agro meteorological, Hydro meteorological, and Environmental analysis under the guidance of Meteorologist;
     Assists in forecasting general weather for the general public, media, etc;
     Assists in providing services for Marine, General Aviation, Agriculture, Tourism, Energy, Disasters, etc;
     Assists in conducting climatological data processing; and
     Performs any other duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor.
    10.8.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holders of B.Sc in Mathematics and Physcis or BSc General with Physics and Mathematics shall be required to undertake a one year Postgraduate Diploma course in Meteorology and will be in the TMA-4 salary scale. The course will be undertaken not less than a year from the date of appointment. Candidates failing to pursue or successfully complete this course shall not be confirmed in their appointments.
    10.8.3 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TMA salary‟s scale.
    10.9 SECURITY GUARD – 1 POST
    10.9.1 REPORTS TO: Director Forecasting Services
    10.9.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Guard TMA properties;
     To assist investigation agencies in case of security breaches;
     To check properties taken in and out of the gate against valid documents;
     To report security breaches and suspicious circumstances to Human Resource;
     To advice on security matters;
     To keep accurate records of visitors, incoming and outgoing vehicles;
     To prepare and submit security report at the end of guard duty;
     To take appropriate action in case of fire and other emerge;
    33
     To prepare and submit security report at the end of guard duty.
    10.9.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Secondary school Certificate with pass in English and Kiswahili. Must have undergone Militia Training, National Service or Basic Police Training course plus at least two (2) years experience as a Security Guard. Knowledge of fire extinguishing and computer literacy will be an added Advantage.
    10.9.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TMA salary‟s scale.
    11.0 TANZANIA INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
    Tanzania Institute of Education is a Government Institution established by Act No. 13 of 1975 (CAP 142 R.E. 2002) and charged with the responsibility of interpreting Government policy on education into programs aiming to provide quality education at pre-primary, primary, secondary and teacher education levels.
    11.1 SENIOR CURRICULUM COORDINATOR (ENGLISH /CHEMISTRY) – 2 POSTS
    11.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Designs and develops curriculum for schools and colleges;
     Tries out developed school and college curriculum;
     Assists in providing consultancy services;
     Writes academic papers;
     Supports and liaises with the subject association where it exists
     Designs and conducts training programmes in curriculum studies including in-service courses for tutors and teachers or other stakeholders in the field of specialisation;
     Designs and conducts educational research and evaluation related to the subject of specialization.
     Performs any other duties as may be assigned by immediate supervisor.
    11.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Masters degree in Education with specialisation in English or Chemistry with at least three (3) years experience in teaching including designing and delivering training programmes and must have proven knowledge of computer applications. Record of having published educational materials will be an added advantage.
    11.1.3 REMUNERATION: PTHS 8-9 (depends on qualifications and experience).
    34
    11.2 PRINCIPAL CURRICULUM COORDINATOR (MATHEMATICS) – 1 POST
    11.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Designs and develops curriculum for schools and colleges;
     Tries out developed curriculum for school and colleges;
     Designs and conducts training programmes in curriculum studies including in-service courses for tutors and teachers or other stakeholders in the field of specialisation;
     Designs and conducts educational research, monitoring and evaluation related to the subject of specialisation;
     Supports and liaises with the subject association where it exists;
     Writes academic papers and publications;
     Provides consultancy services in the field of education;
     Conducts orientation courses for the newly appointed staff.
     Performs any other duties that may be assigned by immediate supervisor.
    11.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Masters degree in education majoring in Mathematics with at least six (6) years of teaching experience including designing and delivering training programmes in the relevant field. The candidate must have proven knowledge of computer applications. Record of having published educational materials will be an added advantage.
    11.2.3 REMUNERATION: PHTS 13 – 14 (depends on qualifications and experience).
    11.3 CURRICULUM COORDINATOR (TECHNICAL EDUCATION /BUSINESS STUDIES) – 2 POSTS
    11.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Develops and tries out instructional materials.
     Designs and conducts training programmes in curriculum studies including in-service courses for tutors and teachers or other stakeholders in the field of specialisation;
     Participates in research, monitoring and evaluation of curriculum or any other educational activities.
     Participates in the provision of consultancy services in education.
     Writes academic papers and publications.
     Performs any other duties as may be assigned by immediate supervisor.
    11.3.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     For Technical Education: Holder of a Bachelor degree (Hons) in Education majoring in Engineering OR BSc degree in Engineering plus formal training in
    35
    technical teacher education of at least certificate level from a recognised technical/vocational teacher training college.
     For Business Studies: Holder of a Bachelor degree (Hons) in education majoring in Business Studies.
     For both posts: The candidate must have proven knowledge of computer applications.
    11.3.3 REMUNERATION PTHS 5-7 (depends on qualifications and experience).
    12.4 CURRICULUM COORDINATOR (EDITING AND PUBLISHING) – 1POST
    12.4.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Examines and edits manuscripts to produce quality publications;
     Supervises and controls work performance at different stages of printing;
     Provides guidance on printing work methods, procedures and standards;
     Prepares material requirements and budget estimates of printing works;
     Ensures effective performance of lithographic duties in photo assembly, dark room or plate making sections;
     Specifies and oversees compliance to standards in production of teaching and learning materials including books, syllabi and journals.
     Assists in developing and editing the content of the Institute‟s website;
     Performs other duties as may be assigned by immediate supervisor.
    12.4.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of a Bachelor degree with Education or Social Science plus formal training of at least certificate level in editing and publishing or equivalent qualifications from a recognized institution. In addition, the applicant must have at least two (2) years of working experience in editing and publishing in a reputable publishing/printing company.
    12.4.3 REMUNERATION: PTHS 5-7 (depends on qualifications and experience).
    12.5 CURRICULUM COORDINATOR (PROTOTYPE DESIGN) – 1 POST
    12.5.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Designs and develops prototypes of assorted teaching and learning aids for production en-masse.
     Develops and tries out manuals and guides for various teaching and learning aids.
     Designs and conducts training programmes in curriculum studies including in-service courses for tutors and teachers or other stakeholders in the field of specialisation;
    36
     Participates in research, monitoring and evaluation of curriculum or any other educational activities.
     Participates in the provision of consultancy services in education.
     Writes academic papers and publications in the field of specialisation.
     Performs any other duties as may be assigned by immediate supervisor.
    12.5.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Bachelor degree (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering plus formal training in technical teacher education of at least certificate level from a recognised technical/vocational teacher training college. The candidate must have proven knowledge of computer applications.
    12.5.3 REMUNERATION: PTHS 5-7 (depends on qualifications and experience).
    12.6 PLANNING MANAGER
    12.6.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Heads the Planning Unit
     Advises the Director General on all matters pertaining to corporate planning as well as implementation and evaluation of the Institute‟s development plans and programmes ;
     Coordinates implementation of the Institute‟s plans and programmes;
     Designs, develops and supervises work systems related to development plans;
     Analyses development opportunities and reviews internal policies, plans and programmes;
     Develops strategies for exploitation of available opportunities with a view to achieving sustainable development;
     Participates in activities meant to develop plans, guidelines and internal circulars
     Analyses and harmonises the Institute‟s plans with those of the ministry responsible for education ;
     Prepares periodic reports on implementation of corporate plans and programmes and uses such reports to create a reliable database for planning and development purposes;
     Identifies and recommends development partnerships with various local and foreign institutions;
     Plans and conducts research on institutional development and recommends application of research-based findings to corporate advantage;
     Performs any other duties as may be assigned by the Director General.
    37
    12.6.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     Master degree in Economics, Statistics or equivalent qualifications with at least eight (8) years of working experience in related. In addition, the candidate must possess proven knowledge of computer applications.
    12.6.3 REMUNERATION – PGSS 21
    12.7 ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT– 1 POST
    12.7.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Maintains accounts records;
     Writes books of accounts and other accounting documents such as journals, petty cash books, ledgers, registers and vouchers;
     Verifies accuracy of documents and records relating to payments, receipts and other transactions and makes necessary calculations and corrections;
     Makes and checks entries in Ledgers at regular intervals;
     Conducts bank reconciliation;
     Prepares wage sheets and effects wage payments;
     Conducts banking activities; and
     Performs such other duties as may be assigned by immediate supervisor.
    12.7.2 REMUNERATION: PGSS 5- 6 (depends on qualifications and experience).
    12.7.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of ACSEE or CSEE with Ordinary Diploma in Accountancy or equivalent professional qualifications from a recognized institution with at least one (1) year of working experience. Must be conversant with computer applications.
    12.8 SENIOR OFFICE ASSISTANT – 1 POST
    12.8.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Moves files and documents and transmits messages within and outside TIE.
     Sends and collects mail to and from the post office;
     Records and delivers mail (dispatch);
     Keeps record of all outgoing and incoming mail;
     Operates duplicating machines and photocopiers.
     Prepares rooms for meetings.
     Performs any other duties as may be assigned by his superiors.
    38
    12.8.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE) with at least five years of working experience. Formal training in office assistance will be an added advantage.
    12.8.3 REMUNERATION: PGSS 4-5 or POSS 5-6 (depends on qualifications and experience)
    12.0 THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STATISTICS (NBS)
    The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) is, one of the Government Executive Agencies established under the Executive Agencies Act No. 30 of 1997. NBS is a one-stop centre for all official statistical information on Tanzania Mainland and has been restructured to operate in a business oriented management style.
    12.1 TRANSPORT OFFICER - 1 POST
    12.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To prepare guidelines for costing of transport operational activities
     To supervise performance of drivers in their day to day duties
     To keep proper records of transport system and fuel consumption reports of the NBS vehicles
     To assess and monitor transport requirements of NBS
     To monitor the services and maintenance of NBS vehicles on periodic basis
     To advise the Management on all issues related to the transport system of NBS
     To make travel arrangements for the NBS Leaders in liaison with travel agents
     To supervise all transportation matters in NBS
     To prepare, maintain and update motor vehicle records on regular basis
     To perform any other related duties as may be assigned to him/her
    12.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
     Degree or Advanced Diploma in Transportation from an accredited University or Higher Learning Institution with three (3) years relevant working experience in a reputable organization
     Must be computer literate
     Possession of driving license
    12.1.3 REMUNERATION: NBS Salary Scale 5.1
    12.2 RECEPTIONIST (1 POST)
    12.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    39
     To handle NBS visitors by providing relevant explanations on their inquiries and direct them to the respective officers for attention
     To maintain and update the visitors register on daily basis
     To ensure that each visitor is given a temporary visitors pass (Tag) and hand over the same after the visit
     To take messages of the staff who may not be in the office
     Perform any other related assignment given by the immediate supervisor from time to time.
    12.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Advanced Secondary Education Certificate
     Must be computer literate
     Knowledge of English language
     Possession of Certificate in Customer Care/Mass Communication will be an added advantage
    12.2.3 AGE LIMIT: Not above 35 years
    12.2.4 REMUNERATION
    NBS Salary scale 2.1 and other related incentives as per the NBS scheme of service
    13.0 UNESCO NATIONAL COMMISSION - TANZANIA
    The UNESCO National Commission was established by the UNESCO National Commission Act No. 7 of 2008 thus transforming it into an independent government department. Its main mandate is to coordinate the implementation of UNESCO Programmes in Tanzania. The Commission is hereby seeking to engage highly committed and self motivated individuals with excellent interpersonal skills, capable to work independently with minimum supervision to fill in the following vacant positions.
    13.1 SENIOR PROGRAMME OFFICER (EDUCATION) - READVERTISED
    This is a Senior Position and the ideal candidate is expected to have accumulated adequate experience to be able to effectively manage, coordinate UNESCO Programmes in the Education sector and is therefore expected to work closely with stakeholders in this sector to make sure that Tanzania benefits from the various UNESCO programmes. He/She must have experience in developing and managing programmes and projects, as well as excellent training and communication skills.
    13.1.1 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate reports to the Deputy Executive Secretary (Programmes)
    40
    13.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To advise the Deputy Executive Secretary (Programmes) on all matters pertaining to the Education Sector,
     To coordinate the implementation and execution of activities for UNESCO Major Programme I: Education
     To coordinate the activities of the UNESCO Intergovernmental and Special Programmes in Education Sector i.e. Education for All (EFA), Basic Education In Africa Programme (BEAP) Teachers Training Initiatives in Sub Saharan Africa (TISSA), Education Statistics. IIEP Training Programme, UNESCO Chairs and UNITWIN Projects, International Bureau of Education (IBE), UNESCO Institute of Adult Learning (UIAL), Institute of Information Technology and Education (IIET)etc
     To coordinate activities of the UNESCO National Standing Committee for Education
     Effectively consult and interact with UNESCO stakeholders in the Education sector to identify priority areas of action
     Solicit project proposals for the Education Sector and assist in the preparation of project documents for submission to UNESCO under Participation, Regular, Funds in Trust and Co-Action programmes,
     Coordinate implementation, monitoring and evaluation of projects in the Education sector
     Develop annual work plans for the Education Sector
     Prepare Quarterly Progress Reports and Contribute to the UNESCO Commission Annual Report
     Supervise implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Education Sector projects
     Any other duty as assigned from time to time.
    13.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Master Degree (Education fields).
     Possession of PhD (Education) will be an added advantage.
     At least seven (7) years work experience after Master degree or five (5) years after PhD in a Senior Management Position preferably in managing sector wide programmes and projects
    13.1.4 REMUNERATION
     Attractive and competitive salary and remuneration package will be offered to the right candidate.
    13.1.5 REQUIRED SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES.
     Excellent interpersonal skills and effective interactions with stakeholders
    41
     Strong working knowledge of computer programmes.
     Excellent verbal, writing and analytical skills.
     Confidence, enthusiasm and a passion for excellence.
     High levels of Integrity and Professionalism in work and behaviour.
     High stress tolerance and disciplined to execute according to standards.
     Intense focus on accountability and urgency/speed of response.
     Respect for authority and workmates
     Excellent organizational skills with the ability to develop detailed work plans to ensure program success and output -oriented.
     Ability to prioritize and execute tasks and effectively function in a fast-paced, sometimes high-pressure environment.
     Reacts to work assignment adjustments and alterations promptly and efficiently;
     Ability to meet deadlines and work with minimum supervision
     Fluent in English, knowledge of French language is an added advantage
     Commitment to the highest ethical and professional standards
    14.0 TANZANIA INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANCY (TIA)
    The Tanzania Institute of Accountancy (TIA) is a training Government Executive Agency operating „semi‟ autonomously and commercially in providing education in Accountancy, Procurement & Supplies Management and other business related disciplines.
    14.1 ASSISTANT LECTURERS - BUSINESS LAW - 1 POST ) - READVERTISED
    14.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Teaches up to NTA level 8 (Bachelor Degree);
     Prepares learning resources for tutorial exercises;
     Conducts research, seminars and case studies;
     Supervising students project;
     Preparing teaching manuals;
     Carries out consultancy and community services under supervision;
     Perform any other duties as assigned by supervisor;
    14.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS
     Holder of Master Degree or its equivalent in the relevant field.
    14.1.3 AGE LIMIT
    Applicant should not be more than 45 years.
    42
    14.1.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive salary and incentive package in accordance with the Institution‟s Salary Scales (PHTS 13 – 14).
    15.0 DAR ES SALAAM MARITIME INSTITUTE
    Dar es Salaam Maritime Institute (DMI) is an Insititute under the Ministry of Transport established by an Act of Parliament No. 22 of 1991. DMI is a specialized Institute for Maritime Education and Training. It develops and produce competent trained and qualified Maritime personnel for World shipping industry.
    15.1 PRINCIPAL
    15.1.1 Location: Da-Es-Salaam Maritime Institute.
    15.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Be the Accounting Officer and Spokesperson of the Institute.
     Be the Principal Academic and Administrative officer of the Institute and Secretary to the Council.
     Be responsible for formulation and implementation of policies to enhance academic excellence of the Institute.
     Be responsible for promoting a positive corporate culture and image of DMI by enhancing academic activities related to training, research and consultancy.
     Promoting good operational linkages with the Governmenmt and similar regional and international Institutions.
     Responsible with learning and teaching facilities of the institute.
     Administer the enforcement of by laws and regulations made by the Council.
     Promoting Seafarers and Off-Shore employment opportunities in local and international markets.
    15.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Master /Postgraduate degree or Bachelor of Science degree from a reputable University in Maritime Administration, Ports and Shipping Management, Maritime Safety and Environment Management, Maritime Education and Training, Mechanical Engineering and Marine Science with Computer knowledge.
    43
     PhD or Master Mariner or Chief Engineer Certificate of Competency with Seagoing qualifications is an added advantage.
     At least eight ( 8 ) years working experience, out of which five years should be at a senior position in a Shipping Industry.
     Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
    15.1.4 REMUNERATION:
     Salary Grade PHTS 21. DMI will offer fringe benefits as per scheme of service.
    15.1.5 TERMS AND CONDITION OF SERVICE:
    Five (5) years contract term renewable upon satisfactory performance.
    15.1.6 AGE LIMIT
    Applicant should be 40- 57 years old.
    16.0 COLLEGE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION
    16.1 ASSISTANT LECTURER 2 POST (1 - Development Studies & 1 - ICT)
    16.1.1 DUTY STATION – Dar es Salaam
    16.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Teaching up to NTA level 8 (Bachelors Degree);
     Prepares learning resources for tutorial exercises;
     Conducts research, seminars and case studies;
     Carries out consultancy and community services under supervision;
     Supervises students project;
     Prepares teaching manual; and
     Performs any other relevant duties as assigned by supervisors.
    16.1.3 QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     Applicant must be holders of a good Masters Degree in either Development Studies or ICT with a GPA of 3.5 or above at undergraduate level. A holder of Bachelor of Arts in Linguistic (English) will be an added advantage for who will apply for the post of assistant lecturer in development studies.
    16.1.4 REMUNERATION: PHTS 8
    44
    16.2 ACADEMIC OFFICER I - 2 Posts
    16.2.1 Duty Station – Dar es salaam/Dodoma
    16.2.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Arranges for the production of approved examinations.
     Ensures availability of examination scripts.
     Promotes and sells College publications.
     Compiles examination results.
     Prepares the College Prospectus and Almanac.
     Arranges for moderation of the Colleges examinations.
     Performs any other relevant duties as may be assigned by Supervisor
    16.2.3 QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Bachelor Degree in Education, Management or Administration with three years of relevant working experience.
    16.2.4 REMUNERATION: PGSS 12
    16.3 PRINCIPAL ACADEMIC OFFICER I - 1 Post
    16.3.1 Duty Station – Dar es Salaam
    16.3.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Prepare master workload schedules and master time tables.
     Processes matter related to scholarship
     Performs any other relevant duties assigned by supervisor.
    16.3.3 QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     Holder of a Master‟s Degree in Education, Management or Administration with relevant work experience of at least seven years.
    16.3.4 REMUNERATION: PGSS 19
    16.4 ACCOUNTS ASSISTANT I - 1 Post
    16.4.1 Duty Station - Dodoma
    16.4.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Receives and keeps in proper custody all bills, invoices and other claims pending payment.
     Prepare petty payment vouchers after approval.
    45
     Perform any other relevant duties assigned by supervisor.
    16.4.3 QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Secondary School Certificate with Accounting Technician Certificate (ATEC) or Equivalent e.g. RSA, NABE III, with at least three years of relevant working experience.
    16.4.4 REMUNERATION: PGSS 8
    16.5 PERSONAL SECRETARY II - 1 Post
    16.5.1 Duty Station – Dar es Salaam
    16.5.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Receives and attends visitors.
     Types both open and confidential documents and takes minutes.
     Takes shorthand.
     Attends telephone calls and takes messages.
     Ensures availability of all necessary working facilities for proper job performance.
     Takes proper care of all machines under his/her charge and ensures that they are used for official work.
     Types Circulars, Certificates, Transcripts and Statements of Results.
     Prints reports, letters etc.
     Performs any other relevant duties assigned by supervisor.
    16.5.3 QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Secondary School Certificate with a Secretarial Certificate from a recognized Secretarial College plus 100/120 w.p.m. Shorthand in English or Kiswahili and 50 w.p.m. typing, tabulation and Manuscript Stage III, Secretarial duties and Office Procedure Stage II.
    16.5.4 REMUNERATION: PGSS 8
    GENERAL CONDITIONS
    i. All applicants must be Citizens of Tanzania
    ii. Applicants must attach an up-to-date current Curriculum Vitae (CV) having reliable contact postal address, e-mail address and telephone numbers.
    iii. Applicants should not be above 45 years of age and should observe the age limit where indicated for each position.
    46
    iv. The title of the position applied for should be marked on the envelope; short of which will make the application invalid.
    v. Applicants must attach their detailed relevant certified copies of Academic certificates:
    - Postgraduate/Degree/Advanced Diploma/Diploma/Certificates.
    - Postgraduate/Degree/Advanced Diploma/Diploma transcripts.
    - Form IV and Form VI National Examination Certificates.
    - Computer Certificate
    - Professional certificates from respective boards
    - One recent passport size picture and birth certificate.
    vi. FORM IV AND FORM VI RESULTS SLIPS ARE STRICTLY NOT ACCEPTED
    vii. Testimonials, Partial transcripts and results slips will not be accepted.
    viii. Presentation of forged academic certificates and other information in the CV will necessitate to legal action
    ix. Applicants for senior positions currently employed in the public service should route their application letters through their respective employers.
    x. Applicants for entry levels currently employed in the Public Service should not apply, they have to adhere to Government Circular Na. CAC. 45/257/01/D/140 dated 30th November 2010.
    xi. Applicants who have/were retired from the Public Service for whatever reason should not apply.
    xii. Applicants should indicate three reputable referees with their reliable contacts.
    xiii. This advert is also found in PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT - PSRS, Public Service Management, PMORALG - Home -, Ministry of Transport, Tanzania, Ministry of Finance - Home, Ministry of Health & Social Welfare www.institutesocialwork.ac.tz and Tanzania Food and Nutrition Centre.
    xiv. Certificates from foreign Universities should be verified by Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU)
    xv. Dead line for application is 22nd February, 2012 at 3:30 p.m
    xvi. Application letters should be written in English
    xvii. APPLICATION LETTERS SHOULD BE POSTED TO THE FOLLOWING ADDRESS. HAND DELIVERY IS NOT ACCEPTALBE:
    Secretary,
    Public Service Recruitment Secretariat,
    P.O. Box 63100,
    DAR ES SALAAM.
     
  9. zubedayo_mchuzi

    zubedayo_mchuzi JF-Expert Member

    #9
    Feb 13, 2012
    Joined: Sep 2, 2011
    Messages: 4,932
    Likes Received: 116
    Trophy Points: 160
    1
    THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA
    PRESIDENT’S OFFICE​
    PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARI​
    A​
    T
    Ref.Na EA.7/96/01/A/182 9th February, 2012
    VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT
    The Public Service Recruitment Secretariat was established in accordance with Section
    No. 29 (1) of the Public Service (Amendment) Act, No. 18 of 2007. One of the main
    functions of this organ is to advertise vacant posts occurring in the Public Service and
    conduct recruitment process.
    On behalf of the President‟s Office, Public Service Management (The Tanzania Public
    Service College), Ministry of Finance (National Board of Accountancy and Auditors –
    NBAA, Tanzania Institute of Accountancy – TIA and National Bureau of Statistics),
    Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (Institute of Social Work and Tanzania Food and
    Nutrition Centre – TFNC), Ministry of Livestock Development and Fisheries, (Fisheries
    Education and Training – FETA, Tanzania Meat Board and Tanzania Diary Board),
    Ministry of Transport (UNESCO National Commission –Tanzania, National Institute of
    Transport (NIT), Dar es Salaam Maritime Institute - DMI) and Tanzania Meteorological
    Agency - TMA), Ministry of Education and Vocation Training (Tanzania Institute of
    Education) Ministry of Industry, Trade and Marketing (College of Business Education),
    Public Service Recruitment Secretariat invites qualified Tanzanians to fill various
    vacant posts as follows:-
    1.0 FISHERIES EDUCATION AND TRAINING AGENCY (FETA)
    Fisheries Education and Training Agency (FETA) is established by merging two
    fisheries institution, Mbegani Fisheries Development Centre (MFDC) and Nyegezi
    Freshwater Fisheries Institute (NFFI) in line with fisheries master plan (URT). The two
    institutions are under the Ministry of Livestock Development and Fisheries and are fully
    accredited by the National Technical Education (NACTE).
    2
    The mandate and functions of the two institutions are now being assumed by FETA and are articulated in the National Fisheries Sector Policy and Strategy statements (1997), the Aquaculture development Strategy (2009) and The National Council for Technical Education Act of 1997. The main role of FETA is to assist the Ministry in provision of fisheries education and training in aquaculture, fisheries technologies and management, conduct applied research and consultancy in promoting sustainable development of fisheries and allied industries.
    1.1 CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER – READVERTISED
    1.1.1 DUTY STATION: FETA Headquarters, Mbegani Bagamoyo
    1.1.2 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate will be accountable to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Livestock Development and Fisheries
    1.1.3 NATURE AND SCOPE OF THE POSITION
    The Chief Executive Officer shall be the Head of the Executive Agency and subject to overseeing implementation of Ministerial Policies
    1.1.4 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for managing FETA within the terms and conditions prescribed in the Framework Document of the Agency and the Executive Agencies Act Cap. 245 and its Regulations. The Chief Executive Officer shall be responsible for overall management of the Agency and specifically shall be responsible for:
     Day to day operations of the Executive Agency;
     Accounting officer of the Agency;
     Developing, rewarding and managing human resources; organization, control and discipline of the Agency‟s employees;
     Preparations and submission of the Strategic and Business Plans of the Agency and associated budgets;
     Development and implementation of Agency‟s plans , annual review , monitoring and evaluation;
     Undertaking performance reviews and evaluations of the Agency;
     Administering and enforcement of internal guidelines and regulations;
     Representing the Agency in local and international fora and other platforms;
     Monitoring and evaluation of the Agency‟s performance; and
     Shall be the Secretary to the Ministerial Advisory Board (MAB) and spokes person of the Agency.
    3
    1.1.5 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Master degree in fisheries and aquaculture disciplines. Postgraduate Studies in Business Administration or Management Sciences will be an added advantage;
     Must be Computer literate;
     Fluent in both English and Swahili
     Minimum of ten (10) years experience in which five (5) years should be in managerial positions in education and training institutions.
    2.0 TANZANIA FOOD AND NUTRITION CENTRE – TFNC
    Tanzania Food and Nutrition Centre (TFNC) is a Government Institution under the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare. The Centre is responsible for spreading nutrition activities in the country with the objectives of controlling and reducing all forms of malnutrition.
    2.1.1 DIRECTOR OF FINANCE, PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATION (1 POST) RE – ADVERTISED
    2.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Responsible to the Managing Director in matters pertaining to finance, Human Resources and administration;
     To co-ordinate the preparation of final accounts and audit of the Centre;
     To supervise and approve the Centre‟s financial transactions;
     General administration and supervision of staff under his/her directorate;
     Plan and develop human resource at the Centre;
     To promote conducive working environment for Centre‟s staff;
     To supervise preparation of quarterly and annual financial reports;
     To supervise the preparation and updating of staff and financial regulations;
     To manage the procurement and supplies function;
     To supervise and co-ordinate income generating activities of the Centre;
     To perform any other duties assigned by the Managing Director.
    2.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of CPA (T) or equivalent plus Post-graduate training in Human Resource Management OR
     Master Degree in Human Resources Management/ Public Administration plus a Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Management or its equivalent. He / She should have an experience of not less than eight (8) years in Finance, Human Resources and Administration of which five (5) should be in senior managerial position.
    4
    2.1.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution‟s salary scale PGSS–21
    2.2 CHIEF ACCOUNTANT - 1 POST RE – ADVERTISED
    2.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Head of Accounts Division of the Centre
     To advise the Director of Finance, Human Resources and Administration on finance and supplies matters;
     Responsible for all books of accounts and preparation of financial reports
     To participate in preparing budgets and ensure budgetary control
     To liaise with Treasury and Ministry of Health regarding subventions and other financial matters
     Ensures the provision of on the job training of subordinates
     To perform any other duties assigned
    2.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of CPA (T) or its equivalent from a recognized institution with at least seven (7) years of working experience of which four (4) must be at managerial level and must be registered with NBAA as Certified Public Accountant or Certified Public Accountant in Public Practice.
    2.2.3 REMUNERATION
     Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution‟s salary scale PGSS–20
    2.3 RESEARCH OFFICER I – ECONOMICS - 1 POST - RE- ADVERTISED
    2.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To participate in initiating plans for alleviating nutrition problems;
     To participate in developing research methodologies and application of research findings;
     To participate in preparing Centre‟s periodic reports;
     To participate in integrating economic aspects in the nutrition activities;
     To perform any other duties assigned.
    2.3.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Masters Degree in Economics from a recognized institution.
     Entry point for Masters Graduates with three (3) years research experience and one (1) publication will be PRSS 13.
    5
    2.3.3 REMUNERATION
     Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution‟s salary scale PRSS 12–13
    2.4 RESEARCH OFFICER I – STATISTICS -1 POST - RE – ADVERTISED
    2.4.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To participate in research and initiate the use of research findings in alleviating nutritional problems;
     To participate in developing research methodologies and application of research findings;
     To perform any other duties assigned.
    2.4.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Masters Degree in Statistics from a recognized institution. Entry point for Masters Graduates with three (3) years research experience and one (1) publication will be PRSS 13.
    2.4.3 REMUNERATION
     Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution‟s salary scale PRSS 12–13
    2.5 TELEPHONE OPERATOR GRADE II - 1 POST - RE – ADVERTISED
    2.5.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To attend visitors
     To maintain telephone register for all official and private calls
     To perform any other duties assigned
    2.5.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Form IV or VI Certificate with Basic Medium Level Certificate in Telephone Operating and Reception from recognized institutions, fluent in English and Kiswahili and with at least four (4) years of working experience.
    2.5.3 REMUNERATION
     Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution‟s salary scale PGSS 6 – 7
    3.0 TANZANIA PUBLIC SERVICE COLLEGE
    The Tanzania Public Service College (TPSC) is Established under Executive Agencies Act (1997). TPSC is a Government Executive Agency established in 2000 as a direct response to fill a void for a sustainable public service training institution. TPSC offers
    6
    programmes that are directly linked to Government business agenda and demand driven. As the demands for the public service to offer quality services at affordable costs increases, it is imperative that the services should be staffed with competent personnel. Hence, TPSC‟s core business is to develop the appropriate public service competences, which will transform the service into effective and efficient machinery that will strive to meet citizen‟s needs in terms of services. TPSC‟s Mission is to improve the quality, efficiency and effectiveness of the public service of Tanzania by providing comprehensive training, consultancy and applied research interventions. Currently, TPSC has campuses at Dar-es-Salaam, Tabora and Mtwara.
    3.1 SENIOR LECTURER – 3 POSTS - RE – ADVERTISED
    3.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Develops and delivers short and long term courses
     Guides and supervises students in building up their practical and research projects
     Conducts consultancy and research
     Develops and reviews curriculum
     Prepares training manuals, simulations and case studies for training
     Coaches junior teaching staff
     Participate in the development of plans and campus programs
     Optimize the handling of customer relationships to enhance business opportunities
    3.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND WORK EXPERIENCES
     Holder of Doctorate (PhD) degree in the field of Records Management, Public Sector Financial Management, Public/Human Resources Management, Information Communication Technology and Secretarial Studies. Registered as technical teacher with related minimum work experience of 3 years in lectureship position or equivalent in a related or allied institution, and has published at least three peer reviewed papers. OR
     Holder of Master degree with upper second class and proven work experiences in Research and Consultancy of at least 20 years and published 10 consultancy/research reports in relevant fields. Managerial work experiences of a minimum of 4 years in public service will be an added advantage.
    3.1.3 REMUNERATION : PHTS 18 - 19
    7
    3.2 LECTURER – 3 POSTS - RE – ADVERTISED
    3.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Develops and delivers short and long term courses
     Conducts consultancy and research
     Guides and supervises students in building up their practical and research projects
     Prepares learning resources and designing training exercises for students.
     Develops and reviews curriculum
     Coaches junior teaching staff
    3.2.2 QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     The incumbent must be a holder of Doctorate (PhD) degree in the field of Records Management, Public Financial Management, ICT and Secretarial Studies and registered as technical teacher, OR
     Master Degree with upper second or higher first class and proven experiences in Research and Consulting of at least 10 years and published at least 5 Consultancy / Research reports in relevant field. Managerial work experiences of at least 3 years in the public service will be an added advantage.
    3.2.3 REMUNERATION : PHTS 15 - 17
    3.3 ASSISTANT LECTURERS 16 POSTS - RE – ADVERTISED
     Records Management/Documentation Archives Management 7 posts
     Information and Communication Technology 1 post
     Finance and Accounting 1 post
     Public Administration (Local Government Administration) 1 post
     Linguistics (Swahili and English) 3 posts
     Economics or Project Management 1 post
     Mathematics and Statistics 1 post
     Arts (Education Administration) 1post
    3.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Conduct short and long term courses
     Prepares learning resources for tutorial exercise
     Conducts research, seminars and case studies
     Carries out under supervision consultancy and community services
     Supervises students project
     Prepares teaching manuals
    8
    3.3.2 QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Master Degree with upper second or higher first class in the relevant field. The candidate should be eligible for registration as technical teachers, with teaching experience in related fields of at least 3 years in reputable and allied institutions. Working experience of at least 2 years in the public service will be an added advantage.
    3.3.3 REMUNERATION : PHTS 13 - 14
    4.0 THE INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL WORK (ISW)
    The ISW is one of the institutions of higher learning in Tanzania which was established in 1974 by Act No. 26 of 1973 (as amended by Miscellaneous Act No. 13 of 2002). The Institute is under the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and is located at Kijitonyama in Dar-es-Salaam.
    The Institute was established to provide qualified human resources for strengthening social welfare services delivery system in Tanzania. It is accredited with the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) as an institute of higher learning to conduct training programmes in the fields of social work, industrial relations and human resources management.
    4.1 LECTURER 1 POST - RE – ADVERTISED
    4.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To lecture student in the department.
     To assist students to develop their research and project work.
     Setting examinations, invigilating, marking and timely production of examination results.
     Supervision of research and consultancy work.
     To plan and design training exercises for students.
     Undertaking individual research and participating in big multidisciplinary research projects.
     Preparing manuals simulations and case studies for students.
     Working on consultancy projects.
     Coaching of junior academic staff.
     Providing guidance to junior members of staff
     Supervising students pursuing research and field work
     Any other duties as may be assigned by the Programme Co-coordinator or the Director of Studies or other higher authority.
    9
    4.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of PhD in Social work or Master Degree biased in Applied Psychology or Social Psychology with upper second or higher first class and proven experiences in Research and Consulting of at least 10 years and published at least 5 Consultancy / Research reports in relevant field. Managerial work experiences of at least 3 years in the public service will be an added advantage.
    4.1.3 REMUNERATION
    The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution‟s remuneration schemes - PHTS 12
    4.2 LECTURER 1 POST - RE – ADVERTISED
    4.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To lecture student in the department.
     To assist students to develop their research and project work.
     Setting examinations, invigilating, marking and timely production of examination results.
     Supervision of research and consultancy work.
     To plan and design training exercises for students.
     Undertaking individual research and participating in big multidisciplinary research projects.
     Preparing manuals simulations and case studies for students.
     Working on consultancy projects.
     Coaching of junior academic staff.
     Providing guidance to junior members of staff
     Supervising students pursuing research and field work
     Any other duties as may be assigned by the Programme Co-coordinator or the Director of Studies or other higher authority.
    
    4.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of PhD in Labour Studies or Industrial Sociology biased in Labour Economy, Economics or Project Planning OR,
     Master Degree biased in Labour Economy, Economics or Project Planning with upper second or higher first class and proven experiences in Research and Consulting of at least 10 years and published at least 5 Consultancy / Research reports in relevant field. Managerial work experiences of at least 3 years in the public service will be an added advantage.
    10
    4.2.3 REMUNERATION
    The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution‟s remuneration schemes - PHTS 12
    4.3 ASSISTANT LECTURER 12 POSTS - RE - ADVERTISED
    4.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Assisting in lecturing and tutorial seminars.
     Carry out consultancy in Research and service job assignment including data collection under close supervision.
     Setting examinations, invigilating, marking and timely production of examination results.
     Prepares teaching materials for tutorials and exercises including case studies.
     Any other duties as may be assigned by the Programme Co-coordinator or the Director of Studies
     Conduct lectures with guidance of senior lecturers.
    4.3.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Master degree in Social Work with First or Upper second class from any recognized Institution. Must be able to demonstrate the capability of teaching, conducting research and consultancy and other duties and Effective computer use. Teaching and research experience of at list 3 years will be an added advantage. Must be ready to work in team.
    4.3.3 REMUNERATION
    The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution‟s remuneration schemes - PHTS 8
    4.4 ASSISTANT LECTURER (6 POSTS) - RE - ADVERTISED
    4.4.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To assist in conducting seminars and tutorial classes under close supervision
     .Prepare material for tutorial exercises.
     .Assisting in teaching in the Certificate Course
     .Conduct research under close supervision
     .Carry out consultancy and service job assignments under close supervision.
     .Any other duties as may be assigned by the Programme Co-coordinator or the Director or Studies.
    4.4.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Master Degree in Industrial Relations or Law biased in Labour Law or Arbitration and Mediation with First or Upper second class from any recognized Institution.
    11
    OR Master Degree in Industrial Relations biased Research, Social Security, Organisation Behaviour or Conflict Management with First or Upper second class from any recognized Institution.
     Must be able to demonstrate the capability of teaching, conducting research and consultancy and other duties and Effective computer use. Teaching and research experience of at list 3 years will be an added advantage.
    4.4.3 REMUNERATION
    The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution‟s remuneration schemes - PHTS 8
    4.5 ASSISTANT LECTURERS (7 POSTS) - RE - ADVERTISED
    4.5.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Assisting in lecturing and tutorial seminars.
     Carry out consultancy in Research and service job assignment including data collection under close supervision.
     Setting examinations, invigilating, marking and timely production of examination results.
     Prepares teaching materials for tutorials and exercises including case studies.
     Any other duties as may be assigned by the Programme Co-coordinator or the Director of Studies
     Conduct lectures with guidance of senior lecturers.
    4.5.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Master degree in Human Resources Management with First or Upper second class from any recognized Institution. Must be able to demonstrate the capability of teaching, conducting research and consultancy and other duties and Effective computer use. Teaching and research experience of at list 3 years will be an added advantage.
    4.5.3 REMUNERATION
    The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution‟s remuneration schemes - PHTS 8
    4.6 SENIOR RECORDS MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT 4 POST - RE - ADVERTISED
    4.6.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Perform registry activities and Ensure that there is smooth and efficient functioning of registry.
     Ensure security and confidentiality of office records and documentations.
     Control files movements and documents.
    12
     Maintenance of good working behaviour within the staffs of registry section.
     Authorization on proper subject title for new files and closure of the old files.
     Preparing and designing index system to enhance efficiency in information search.
     Ensures security and neatness of properties and office equipments allocated to registry office.
     Reviews work progress and maintenance of performance appraisal system within the staffs of registry.
     Reports to his/her seniors about any deficiencies which may hinder the smooth operation of office activities.
    4.6.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Diploma in records management provided by Tanzania Public Service College or any other recognized institution with computer knowledge and working experience of not less than five years.
    4.6.3 REMUNERATION
    The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution‟s remuneration schemes - PGSS 7
    4.7 SENIOR INTERNAL AUDITOR 1 POST - RE - ADVERTISED
    4.7.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Undertake special Audit Assignments
     Review all Audit assignments and recommend to the Chief Auditor on appropriate action to take
     Designing and reviewing the Internal control system to ensure that all records of students are properly reconciled between Heads of departments, records, Registrar‟s records, Examination officer‟s, Deans of students and Accounts records.
     To ensure that fraudulent practices, assets losses are prevented and detected promptly when they occur.
     To ensure that registration of students complies with procedures and instructions stipulated in ISW prospectus, Loan Boards as well as Board‟s directives and Management instructions, this includes payments of fees in time for both tuition and hostel.
     Regularly review employee‟s records and status.
     To make follow up on the implementation of the quality assurance policy as established.
    13
     To make follow up on the implementation of other policies such as Public finance regulation, procurement, service regulations, and others.
     To participate in designing of Internal control system and ISW policies
     To provide professional assistance in preparation of financial statements
     To facilitate coordination of external audit exercise.
     To do any other business as required.
    4.7.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Must posses ACCA, CPA (T), CA or equivalent with six years experience.
    4.7.3 REMUNERATION
    The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution‟s remuneration schemes - PGSS 12
    4.8 PERSONAL SECRETARY GRADE I 2 POSTS - RE - ADVERTISED
    4.8.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To perform all secretarial work including typing and binding custodianships and filling of various documents and follow-up implementation of issues rose.
     Arrange transport for the officer he/she is working
     To ensure that files are handled promptly and in time
     Supervise work in the office and ensure that it is properly done.
    4.8.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holders of diploma in Secretarial from a recognized Institution. Computer Literacy a must with work experience of more than 5 years.
    4.8.3 REMUNERATION
    The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Institution‟s remuneration schemes - PGSS 7
    5.0 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT
    The National Institute of Transport (NIT) is a body corporate established by Act No. 24 of 1982 as an autonomous Institute of Higher Learning under the Ministry of Transport. The Institute is striving to build up its Human Resource Capital Excellence with the Vision of being a Center of Excellence in providing Education and Training, Research and Consultancy services in Logistics Transport and Communication Sectors in Sub-Sahara Africa and beyond.
    14
    5.1 PERSONAL SECRETARY I 1 POST
    5.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Co-ordinates all office need and requirements
     Receives and directs visitors
     Keeps minutes/records of meetings
     Ensure expedient, accurate and clean execution of duties ensures
     Type confidential letters, minutes, circulars, certificates, charts and stencils coordinates and supervise typists in the Units
     Take proper care of facilities and equipments of the office
    5.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Diploma in Secretarial Studies from the Tanzania Public Service College with at least three (3) years experience. Should have attended Computer programme and conversant to work with different Computer packages, like Windows, Excel, Microsoft office, Internet, Email, Publisher etc.
    5.1.3 REMUNERATION: As per NIT Salary Scale PGSS 7
    6.0 NATIONAL BOARD OF ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS
    The National Board of Accountants and Auditors was set up by the Auditors and Accountants (Registration) Act No.33 of 1972 (as amended by Act no. 2 of 1995) as an accountancy regulatory body.
    The functions of the Board are elaborated under section 4 of the Act, which include among others, promotion of accountancy training, conducting of professional examinations, conferring of awards, registration of professional members and maintenance of professional conduct and discipline.
    6.1 MANAGER, TECHNICAL & ADVISORY SERVICES - 1 POST
    6.1.1 REPORTS TO: Executive Director
    6.1.2 JOB PURPOSE:
    To oversee all research, consultancy and technical issues affecting the profession, its members the government and the general public.
    6.1.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To take a proactive role in the formulation of strategic plan.
     To ensure that effective annual plans and budgets of the department are prepared.
     To develop and maintain effective strategic relationships with key stakeholders
    15
     To oversee the mandatory functions of Board relating to the department as set out in the Act
     To initiate procurement requirements for the department.
     To promote, develop, implement and manage staff performance based contracts to enhance productivity, efficiency and effectiveness in the department
     To initiate recruitment and positioning of appropriate skilled staff for the department within the framework approved by the Governing Board.
     To review and initiate training needs for the department
     To advise the Executive Director and management on all corporate technical and advisory services issues.
     To conduct researches, studies and surveys related to compliance and development of accountancy profession in the country.
     To co-ordinate dissemination of professional knowledge and information related with research work and activities of the Board.
     To co-ordinate international affiliations and networking to facilitate sharing worldwide knowledge and experience in the profession
     To be rresponsible for the compliance with technical standards (such as IFRS, IAS, IPSAs, and ISAs.)
     To perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the Executive Director.
    6.1.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Masters degree in accounting or finance and CPA (T) or its equivalent from a recognized institution. He must be fully registered by NBAA as Certified Public Accountant/Auditor and must be proficient in computer applications.
     At least eight (8) years working experience in accounting or finance in any reputable organization of which five (5) years must be at managerial level
    6.1.5 REMUNERATION: As per NBAA Salary Scale 21
    6.2 SENIOR LIBRARY ASSISTANT GRADE II - 1 POST
    6.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To attend routine queries of library users (to performs library and clerical duties e.g. handling of simple enquiries from readers, bibliographical searching, collection of library statistics etc)
     To control circulation of reading materials/publications
     To file and shelve various library/reading materials as appropriate
     To maintain record of all library materials
     To maintain library users (public and staff) catalogues
    16
     To provide technical assistance to users
     To produce bibliographic information and guides
     To deal with orders for new publications and control circulation of materials in an efficient manner.
     To supervise junior library assistants
     To perform any other related duties as may be assigned from time to time by his immediate supervisor.
    6.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     A holder of at least a certificate of secondary school education plus a two years diploma in librarianship or its equivalent obtained from a recognized institution and must be proficient in computer applications. At least three years working experience in librarianship in any reputable organization
    6.2.3 REMUNERATION: As per NBAA Salary Scale 8/9
    6.3 OFFICE ASSISTANT GRADE I - 1 POST
    6.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To prepare and maintain file movement cards and ensure daily movements of the file are marked there in.
     To run errands and dispatches in an efficient and effective manner
     To ensure good reception to customers and stakeholders
     To look for files and collects them when required, routed and/or after use and take them to the routed officers or shelve accordingly.
     To return files to their appropriate positions in the cabinets/shelves
     To return to the respective officer/supervisor files marked “Bring Up” (B.U) after use for the required action
     To carry out regular checks of files in the cabinets/shelves in order to ensure order and neatness
     To distribute files to scheduled officers
     To ensure that the office buildings and premises are always kept clean
     To perform any other related duties as may be assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor
    6.3.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Certificate of secondary school education with passes in English and Swahili plus a relevant vocational training certificate or its equivalent from a recognized institution and must be proficient in computer applications with a good command of written and spoken Swahili and English. At least two (2) years working experience in office assistance in any reputable organization.
    17
    6.3.3 REMUNERATION: As per NBAA Salary Scale 6/7
    6.4 OFFICE ASSISTANT GRADE II - 1 POST
    6.4.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To prepare and maintain file movement cards and ensure daily movements of the file are marked there in.
     To run errands and dispatches in an efficient and effective manner
     To ensure good reception to customers and stakeholders
     To look for files and collects them when required, routed and/or after use and take them to the routed officers or shelve accordingly.
     To return files to their appropriate positions in the cabinets/shelves
     To return to the respective officer/supervisor files marked “Bring Up” (B.U) after use for the required action
     To carry out regular checks of files in the cabinets/shelves in order to ensure order and neatness
     To distribute files to scheduled officers
     To ensure that the office buildings and premises are always kept clean
     To perform any other related duties as may be assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor
    6.4.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Certificate of secondary school education with passes in English and Swahili plus a relevant vocational training certificate or its equivalent from a recognized institution and must be proficient in computer applications with a good command of written and spoken Swahili and English.
    6.4.3 REMUNERATION: As per NBAA Salary Scale 4
    6.5 EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT GRADE II - 1 POST
    6.5.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To process/type all word documents (open and confidential) as may be required (e.g. reports, records, memoranda, minutes, letters and documents, notices, bulletins, circulars, certificates, charts and stencils, prints reports, letter etc.)
     To maintain a register of incoming and outgoing files and ensure proper record of movement of files.
     To answer routine correspondence such as acknowledgements and sending out reminders
    18
     To maintain a diary for office appointments, meetings, notable events, official travel arrangements and other scheduled activities for the officer and inform/remind on the same before, closer and on due date/time.
     To receive and handle visitors with courtesy
     To handle arrangements for official travels for the respective department, including confirmation of transport and hotel bookings
     To secure, safeguard and maintain in safe custody all confidential files and other sensitive documents/record
     To record and prepare summary of the minutes for the meeting as may be assigned and keep minutes/records of meetings
     To coordinate and prepare a list of stationeries, office equipment and other items for office use and ensure timely availability of the same.
     To take proper care of office machines, equipment and other assets allocated into the respective office
     To attend telephone calls and take messages and ensure prompt delivery to the concerned
     To maintain a directory of names and addresses of key stakeholders
     To perform any other related duties as may be assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor
    6.5.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Certificate of secondary school education with passes in English and Swahili plus a full secretarial certificate (with shorthand/hatimkato 100 w.p.m.; Typewriting III - 50 w.p.m.; secretarial duties and office practice II) or its equivalent from a recognized institution and must be proficient in computer applications with a good command of written and spoken Swahili and English
     Working experience of at least one (1) year in secretarial services in any reputable organization will be an added advantage.
    6.5.3 REMUNERATION : As per NBAA Salary Scale 4
    6.6 EDUCATION AND EXAMINATIONS OFFICER GRADE III - 1 POST
    6.6.1 JOB PURPOSE
    To attend all preliminary administrative activities related to education and examination functions and ensuring that accountancy training matters from pre-qualification to post-qualification for students are unified and administered in the most appropriate and effective way and students are given adequate support in all matters pertaining to their studies.
    19
    6.6.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To monitor the adequacy and quality of trainers and students
     To monitor the quality of output of the training institutions/tuition providers
     To participate in evaluating the institutional qualifications for exemption purposes or for review of the status of the qualification offered
     To participate in setting, moderating and marking examinations
     To enroll candidates for NBAA examinations
     To compile and consolidate records of stocks of assets and examination materials of the examination centers
     To prepare and mail notification for candidates registration
     To keep and update register for candidates registration
     To prepare and mail examination admission/invitation letters
     To prepare academic transcripts as may be requested
     To keep cumulative record of NBAA graduates for each level (database)
     To collect inputs for development of syllabi and training guides/ curriculum
     To keep records of approved training materials
     To perform any other related duties as may be assigned from time to time by his immediate supervisor.
    6.6.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
     Bachelor degree with commercial bias or its equivalent from a recognized higher learning institution and must be proficient in computer applications.
     Working experience of at least one (1) year in education in any reputable organization will be an added advantage.
    6.6.4 REMUNERATION: As per NBAA Salary Scale 8/9
    7.0 TANZANIA MEAT BOARD
    The Tanzania Meat Board (TMB) is an institution under the Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries Development, established by section 9 of the Meat Industry Act No.10 of 2006 and was inaugurated on 14th November, 2008. The Tanzania Meat Board is a promotional and regulatory Body which is mandated to reorganize, promote and coordinate meat industry stakeholders and their activities as well as overseeing the conduct in relation to production of high quality meat and meat products.
    7.1 TECHNICAL SERVICE MANAGER
    7.1.1 REPORTING TO: The Registrar
    7.1.2 DUTY STATION: Dar es Salaam.
    7.1.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    20
     Develop and monitor strategies and plans designed to achieve and maintain self sufficiency and efficiency in meat production, processing and quality assurance;
     Ensure availability of information on appropriate technology for the industry;
     Liaise with relevant technical institutions and coordinate provision of appropriate technology for meat industry;
     Promote and facilitate formation of associations or other bodies of stakeholders within the Meat (sub-sector) and monitor their activities;
     Organize meat shows and promote participation of stakeholder in such shows within and outside the country;
     Identify and trace livestock, meat and meat product for matters related to good production practices;
     Promote and monitor investment in meat production (beef, small ruminant, poultry and pigs) in large scale farms and traditional sector;
     Regulate the meat industry through enforcement of meat industry policies, laws and regulations;
     Co-ordinate the registration of producers and processors of Meat and meat products;
     Liaise with TFDA on licensing of meat premises;
     Liaise with TFDA in inspection of meat facilities such as abattoirs, butchers and other similar facilities; and
     Perform any other function as directed by the Registrar.
    7.1.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
     Masters Degree in either Animal Science, Food Science and Technology, Agricultural marketing (Livestock) or equivalent in Agricultural related fields;
     At least (5) years work experience in the Meat or livestock production technologies and demonstrate ability to organize stakeholders in livestock and meat value chain with emphasis on quality control of the same.
     Ability to demonstrate analytical skills, innovation and self supervision qualities.
    7.1.5 REMUNERATION: TMSS 13
    8.2 DRIVER II 1 POST
    7.1.6 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Driving duties, care of vehicles, passengers and other valuables as will be assigned by the Transport Officer or other designated officers
     To ensure that the vehicle and all accessory equipment are in good condition (order) at all times before and after use.
     Carry out minor mechanical repairs
    21
     To diagnosis the vehicle mechanical problems when possible, report on the technical irregularities so that they can be rectified.
     To maintain a proper log-sheet for the vehicle.
    7.1.7 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
     Possession of Form IV certificate and class C valid driving licence
     Trade test III or advanced drivers certificate grade III from recognised institution such as VETA/NIT
     Good track record of driving occupation
     Ability to express him/herself in both written and spoken Kiswahili and English
    7.1.8 REMUNERATION: TMSS 1
    8.0 TANZANIA DAIRY BOARD
    Tanzania Dairy Board or in its acronym TDB was established by the Dairy industry Act, 2004 (Cap 262). The Board was officially inaugurated on 11th November, 2005. The main function of the Board is to regulate and promote the development of dairy sub sector in Tanzania Mainland. The Board is in the process of strengthening its Secretariat.
    8.1 HEAD OF HUMAN RESOURCES AND ADMINISTRATION SECTION
    8.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Head of the Department of Personnel and Administration.
     Administrative Advisor to the Registrar in liaison with Labour, Utumishi and Hazina on human resource matters.
     Formulates, interprets policy matters related to workers social services, manpower development, wages and salaries, benefits and other schemes.
     Ensure that all officers under him do their duties properly.
     Co-ordinates all activities of other departments related to manpower development.
     Adviser to the Registrar on all matters of Manpower Development, Administration and Planning.
     Secretary to Management Meetings
     Answerable and responsible to the Registrar
    8.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Masters Degree in Public Administration or Human Resources Management plus at least eight (8) years working experience four (4) of which in a Senior Managerial positions.
    22
    8.1.3 REMUNERATION: TDSS 12
    9.0 TANZANIA FOOD AND DRUGS AUTHORITY
    The Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA) is an Executive Agency under the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare which is responsible for the control of quality and safety of food, drugs, cosmetics and medical devices for the purpose of protecting public health. It is established under Section 4 (1) of the Tanzania Food, Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 2003 and became operational on 1st July 2003.
    9.1 DIRECTOR, MEDICINES AND COSMETICS
    9.1.1 DUTY STATION: TFDA - HQ, DSM
    9.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    The Director of Medicines and Cosmetics is responsible for management of human and financial resources allocated to the Directorate for ensuring efficient and effective control of the quality, safety and effectiveness of medicines, cosmetics and medical devices, establishing and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders so as to enhance adequate protection and promotion of public health and advising the Director General on matters related to control of the quality, safety and effectiveness of medicines, cosmetics and medical devices.
    More specifically, he/she will have the following duties;
     To develop, strengthen and implement systems for regulation of quality, safety and effectiveness of medicines, cosmetics and medical devices for effective and efficient enforcement of the Tanzania Food, Drugs and Cosmetics Act No.1 of 2003.
     To prepare and submit performance and progress reports concerning achievement of plan and budgetary goals, use and control of resources, status, challenges and achievement of medicines, cosmetics and medical devices control operations according to established guidelines and procedures.
     To coordinate participation of TFDA in various regional and international deliberations concerning among others medicines, cosmetics and medical devices regulation harmonization initiatives such as EAC, SADC and WHO and/or as may be assigned by the Director General.
     To supervise implementation of quality management system as per ISO 9001:2008 within the Directorate and provide progress reports.
     To maintain and strengthen an effective linkage between the Directorate and Zone Offices and Local Government Authorities concerning control of quality, safety and effectiveness of medicines, cosmetics and medical devices.
    23
     To ensure databases and registers used in the Directorate are updated and maintained.
     To evaluate work performance of Managers objectively and according to work plan, job descriptions, established guidelines and SOPs and submit evaluation reports to Director General.
     To provide unbiased information to the public timely regarding quality, safety and effectiveness of medicines, cosmetics and medical devices.
     To advise the Director General on medicines, cosmetics and medical devices control matters and the manner in which human and financial resources could be utilized to improve protection and promotion of public health.
    9.1.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     Masters Degree in either Pharmacy, Chemistry, Veterinary Medicine, Human Medicine or related field plus ten (10) years experience in a reputable regulatory institution, five (5) of which should be in a managerial position.
     Experience in regional and international medicines and medical devices regulation including harmonization initiatives, use office computer applications, presentation skills and good command of English and Kiswahili languages will be an added advantage. The potential candidate is expected to have demonstrated good interpersonal skills, commitment to work, honesty and professional ethics and integrity.
    9.1.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TFDA salary‟s scale
    9.1.5 AGE LIMIT: Between 35 and 50 years
    9.2 MANAGER - MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
    9.2.1 DUTY STATION; TFDA - HQ, DSM
    9.2.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To determine corporate Management Information System (MIS) needs
     To develop and maintain functional and up to date corporate MIS that is efficient and effective in facilitating business operations and e- commerce
     To initiate procurement of the relevant hardwares and softwares
     To develop Management Information System policies taking into account user needs and TFDA mission and characteristics, such as security and protection and submit to director for management approval.
     To conduct systems studies to determine user requirements in terms of information, hardware, software and issue systems specifications taking into
    24
    account Management Information Systems (MIS) policy to director for management approval
     To develop hardware and software specifications for proposed system or replace existing and produce tender specifications for suppliers to facilitate comparative evaluation of bids
     To guide the Tender Committee in comparative evaluation of bids for supply of hardware and software for proposed system
     To supervise installation and testing of hardware and software of MIS by checking work progress and quality of results to ensure they meet user requirements
     To monitor, evaluate and improve developed system according to SOPs
     To develop user manuals to guide users taking into account user needs and TFDA needs, such as data integrity, security and system availability
     To maintain existing MIS
    9.2.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     Masters Degree in either Computer Science, Systems Analysis or Information Technology plus seven (7) years experience in a reputable organization, three (3) of which should be in a managerial position
    9.2.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TFDA salary‟s scale.
    9.3 FOOD INSPECTOR - 1 POST
    9.3.1 DUTY STATION TFDA, Northern Zone, Arusha
    9.3.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Conduct inspection of food premises, and food products.
     Conduct inspection of food imports and exports at ports of entry.
     Prepare and submit inspection reports according to SOPs.
     Process applications for registration of premises, licenses, import and export permits of foods.
     Supervise destruction of unfit food products.
     Prepare status reports on license, permit, import and export of food.
     Update computer data base of food products.
    9.3.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     BSc in either Food Science and Technology, Environmental Health Sciences or equivalent qualification in the related field from a recognized institution.
    25
    9.3.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TFDA salary‟s scale.
    9.4 DRUG INSPECTOR- 1 POST
    9.4.1 DUTY STATION: TFDA, Central Zone, Dodoma
    9.4.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Conduct inspection of medicine, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and medical devices and respective premises.
     Conduct inspection of medicine, cosmetics and medical devices imports and exports at ports of entry.
     Process applications for registration of premises, licenses, import and export permits of drugs, cosmetics and medical devices.
     Supervise destruction of unfit drugs and cosmetic products.
    9.4.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     Bachelor of either Pharmacy, Veterinary Medicine or equivalent qualifications in the related field from a recognized institution.
    9.4.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TFDA salary‟s scale.
    9.5 DRUG REGISTRATION OFFICER- 1 POST
    9.5.1 DUTY STATION TFDA HQ, DSM
    9.5.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To review and evaluate documentation of product applied for registration
     To evaluate generic medicines, cosmetics, medical devices and promotional materials applied for registration
     To prepare and submit evaluation and progress report to the supervisor
     To update relevant product registration database
     To attend and respond to customer enquiries related to product registration
    9.5.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     Bachelor of either Pharmacy, Doctor of Medicine, Veterinary medicine or equivalent qualifications in the related field from a recognized institution.
    9.5.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TFDA salary‟s scale.
    9.6 PRINCIPAL PLANNING OFFICER – 1 POST
    9.6.1 DUTY STATION; TFDA - HQ, DSM
    26
    9.6.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To coordinate and supervise TFDA planning activities and ensure their implementation
     To supervise planning and development of project record systems
     To compile project reports
     To review project performance annually
     To prepare long and medium development plans for TFDA
    9.6.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     Master/Postgraduate Diploma or its equivalent in economics, planning, statistics or Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness from a recognized institution with training in use of computer applications and twelve (12) years work experience.
    9.6.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TFDA salary‟s scale.
    9.7 QUALITY ASSURANCE OFFICER – 1 POST
    9.7.1 DUTY STATION; TFDA - HQ, DSM
    9.7.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To assist in developing and revising quality policy and manual for TFDA processes and procedures
     To assist in preparation of internal quality audit plan taking into account technical factors
     To conduct internal quality audit for TFDA processes and prepare report on the same
     To assist in organizing Quality Audit Teams and prepare time table for internal quality audits
     To assist on monitoring implementation of recommendations of internal audit reports
     To provide advice on compliance of TFDA staff to established procedures, implementation of internal quality audit and advise on appropriate action to be taken
    9.7.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     A Degree related to either Pharmaceuticals, Food, Cosmetics, Medical devices quality management or degree in Quality Management and training in use of office computer applications with working experience of three (3) years.
     Training and practical experience in quality management will be an added advantage.
    27
    9.7.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TFDA salary‟s scale.
    9.8 PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT DRUG INSPECTOR- 1 POST
    9.8.1 DUTY STATION: TFDA Northern Zone
    9.8.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To conduct inspection and prepare inspection reports
     To check and verify import, export, license and permit applications
     To maintain database
     To supervise and give guidance to subordinates
    9.8.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     Diploma in pharmaceutical science or veterinary sciences from a recognized institution and ability to use office computer applications with ten (10) years experience.
    9.8.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TFDA salary‟s scale.
    9.9 RECEPTIONIST- 1POST
    9.9.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To receive and direct telephone calls from extensions and from outside to appropriate destinations
     To maintain a register of calls from TFDA and from outside callers
     To clean and maintain the switchboard and report problems
     To attend office visitors, listen to their problems, give them appropriate response or direct them to appropriate officers
    9.9.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
    Form IV Secondary education certificate with passes in English and Kiswahili plus a certificate in reception and telephone operations with computer knowledge in office application
    9.9.3 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TFDA salary‟s scale.
    10.0 TANZANIA METEOROLOGICAL AUTHORITY
    The Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA) is under the Ministry of Transport was established by the Executive Agencies Act No 30 of 1997 and was inaugurated as an Executive Agency, on 3rd December 1999. The Agency is mandated to provide
    28
    meteorological services to the general public, institutions and individual users of tailor made services for maintaining safety and security of people and their properties and support sustainable social economic development.
    10.1 ENGINEER -TELECOMMUNICATION AND/OR ELECTRONICS
    10.1.1 REPORTS TO: Manager Technical Services.
    10.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Installing meteorological equipment and systems.
     Inspecting and repairs of meteorological equipment and systems
     Calibrates meteorological equipment and systems.
     Maintaining meteorological equipment and systems (Telegraphic system, Anemometers, Thermo hygrograph, Automatic rain gauges, High Frequency and Low Frequency system).
     Preparing estimates of maintenance costs.
     Deals with estate management in construction industry.
     Preparing forecasts of final costs and valuations for payment to the builder as the work proceeds.
     Supervising work in progress.
     Preparing Bills of Quantities and tender documents.
     Preparing cost planning for building contracts
     Measuring and valuating variations in the work during the contract, and for the preparation and agreement of the builder‟s final account.
     Performing any other duties as may be assigned by the Supervisor.
    10.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Degree in Engineering or Advanced Diploma in Engineering (Telecommunication and/or Electronics) and must be a registered by Engineers Registration Board (ERB) with not less than 3 years experience in that field, with professional license.
    10.1.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TMA salary‟s scale.
    10.2 DIRECTOR TECHNICAL SERVICES DIVISION
    10.2.1 REPORTS TO: Director
    10.2.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Ensuring that equipment and telecommunications are operational and meet the required WMO standards and procedure in order to fulfil national and international obligations.
    29
     Planning the development and expansion of meteorological and climatological station network.
     Ensuring the maintenance of an effective, efficient, up-to-date ICT in the Agency.
     Coordinating and implementing activities of WMO Commission for Instruments and Methods of Observation (CIMO).
     Maintaining of operational standards for climatological, agrometeorological and rainfall stations.
     Developing and maintaining Quality Management Framework for provision of weather, climate and related services.
     Ensuring divisional performance/financial targets are met.
    10.2.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     MSc. in Meteorology or equivalent with working experience of 10 years in related field, five (5) of which must be at a senior management level. PhD and Computer literacy will be an added Advantage.
    10.2.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TMA salary‟s scale.
    10.3 LIBRARIAN - 1 POST
    10.3.1 REPORTS TO: The Librarian will report direct to the Manger Environment and Research.
    10.3.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Computerizing documents of research papers
     Abstracting index of periodicals.
     Preparing procedures and regulations on book borrowing.
     Catalogue books and other documents.
     Performing user survey.
     Devising database for the library
    10.3.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Bachelor of Arts (Library) with at least five (5) years working experience in a similar field. Possession of Data Base Management Systems and Computer literacy will be an added advantage
    10.3.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TMA salary‟s scale.
    30
    10.4 METEOROLOGICAL OFFICER - IN-CHARGE REGIONAL OFFICE
    (SINGIDA AND IRINGA)
    10.4.1 REPORTS TO: Director Forecasting Services
    10.4.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Coordinating Weather and Climate Observations for the Ruvuma Region of responsibility.
     Issuing weather forecasts for the Region.
     Providing local climatological advice and services.
     Providing local agro meteorological forecasts.
     Coordinating observatories in the region and its districts.
     Maintaining communication links with other Offices.
     Ensuring performance/financial targets are met.
    10.4.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
    World Meteorological Organisation Certificate (WMO) CLASS II with working experience of ten (10) years working experience in meteorology, five (5) of which must be at a senior management level. Computer literacy will be an added advantage.
    10.4.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TMA salary‟s scale.
    10.5 PRINCIPAL METEOROLOGIST IN - CHARGE OF WESTERN ZONAL OFFICE AND SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS ZONAL OFFICE – 2 POSTS
    10.5.1 REPORTS TO: Director Forecasting Services
    10.5.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Issuing weather forecasts for their zones of responsibility.
     Providing local climatological advice and services.
     Providing local agro meteorological forecasts.
     Coordinating observatories in the respective zones, regions and districts.
     Maintaining communication links with the Central Forecasting Office.
     Ensuring performance/financial targets are met.
    10.5.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     BSc. with a post graduate diploma in Meteorology OR BSc degree in Meteorology with ten (10) years working experience in meteorology, five of which must be in a senior management level. M.Sc. and computer literacy will be an added advantage:
    10.5.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TMA salary‟s scale.
    31
    10.6 MANAGER ENVIRONMENT AND RESEARCH SECTION
    10.6.1 REPORTS TO: Director Research and Applied Meteorology
    10.6.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Coordinating and conducting research in basic and applied meteorology and other related fields including preparing research priorities for the Agency
     Maintaining and updating meteorological library
     Providing an operational environmental data and information dissemination system and an early warning system for use by various utilities and the public.
     Maintaining a coordination mechanism between the Agency, users of environmental data and institutions dealing with environmental issues.
     Coordinating and implementing activities and resolutions of WMO Commission for Atmospheric Sciences (CAS).
     Ensuring performance/financial targets are met.
    10.6.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     B.Sc.with postgraduate diploma in meteorology OR B.Sc. degree in Meteorology with a sound knowledge of environmental issues with ten (10) years working experience in meteorology, five of which must be at a senior level. PhD or M.Sc computer literacy will be an added advantage.
    10.6.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TMA salary‟s scale.
    10.7 MANAGER AERONAUTICAL AND MARINE METEOROLOGICAL SERVICES
    10.7.1 REPORTS TO: Director Forecasting Services
    10.7.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Issuing in collaboration with CFO, weather services to aviation, shipping and other marine activities.
     Training and rating junior staff, Pilots and Air Traffic Controllers.
     Coordination and quality control of METAR and SPECI information observed at all airports and aerodromes in the country.
     Coordinating the issuance of SIGMETs, aerodrome warnings and Terminal Aerodrome Forecasts (TAFs) nationally.
     Coordinating and Implementing activities and resolutions of WMO Commission for Aeronautical Meteorology (CAeM) and WMO/IMO Joint Commission for Marine Meteorology (JCOMM).
     Providing consultancy services on aeronautical and marine meteorology.
     Ensuring performance/financial targets are met.
    32
    10.7.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     B.Sc. Degree with postgraduate diploma in meteorology or B.Sc. in Meteorology with ten (10) years working experience in meteorology, five (5) of which must be at a senior level. MSc and computer literacy will be an added Advantage:
    10.7.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TMA salary‟s scale.
    10.8 METEOROLOGIST TRAINEE 2 POSTS
    10.8.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Analyses data i.e. performing Meteorological, Agro meteorological, Hydro meteorological, and Environmental analysis under the guidance of Meteorologist;
     Assists in forecasting general weather for the general public, media, etc;
     Assists in providing services for Marine, General Aviation, Agriculture, Tourism, Energy, Disasters, etc;
     Assists in conducting climatological data processing; and
     Performs any other duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor.
    10.8.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holders of B.Sc in Mathematics and Physcis or BSc General with Physics and Mathematics shall be required to undertake a one year Postgraduate Diploma course in Meteorology and will be in the TMA-4 salary scale. The course will be undertaken not less than a year from the date of appointment. Candidates failing to pursue or successfully complete this course shall not be confirmed in their appointments.
    10.8.3 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TMA salary‟s scale.
    10.9 SECURITY GUARD – 1 POST
    10.9.1 REPORTS TO: Director Forecasting Services
    10.9.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Guard TMA properties;
     To assist investigation agencies in case of security breaches;
     To check properties taken in and out of the gate against valid documents;
     To report security breaches and suspicious circumstances to Human Resource;
     To advice on security matters;
     To keep accurate records of visitors, incoming and outgoing vehicles;
     To prepare and submit security report at the end of guard duty;
     To take appropriate action in case of fire and other emerge;
    33
     To prepare and submit security report at the end of guard duty.
    10.9.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Secondary school Certificate with pass in English and Kiswahili. Must have undergone Militia Training, National Service or Basic Police Training course plus at least two (2) years experience as a Security Guard. Knowledge of fire extinguishing and computer literacy will be an added Advantage.
    10.9.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the TMA salary‟s scale.
    11.0 TANZANIA INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
    Tanzania Institute of Education is a Government Institution established by Act No. 13 of 1975 (CAP 142 R.E. 2002) and charged with the responsibility of interpreting Government policy on education into programs aiming to provide quality education at pre-primary, primary, secondary and teacher education levels.
    11.1 SENIOR CURRICULUM COORDINATOR (ENGLISH /CHEMISTRY) – 2 POSTS
    11.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Designs and develops curriculum for schools and colleges;
     Tries out developed school and college curriculum;
     Assists in providing consultancy services;
     Writes academic papers;
     Supports and liaises with the subject association where it exists
     Designs and conducts training programmes in curriculum studies including in-service courses for tutors and teachers or other stakeholders in the field of specialisation;
     Designs and conducts educational research and evaluation related to the subject of specialization.
     Performs any other duties as may be assigned by immediate supervisor.
    11.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Masters degree in Education with specialisation in English or Chemistry with at least three (3) years experience in teaching including designing and delivering training programmes and must have proven knowledge of computer applications. Record of having published educational materials will be an added advantage.
    11.1.3 REMUNERATION: PTHS 8-9 (depends on qualifications and experience).
    34
    11.2 PRINCIPAL CURRICULUM COORDINATOR (MATHEMATICS) – 1 POST
    11.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Designs and develops curriculum for schools and colleges;
     Tries out developed curriculum for school and colleges;
     Designs and conducts training programmes in curriculum studies including in-service courses for tutors and teachers or other stakeholders in the field of specialisation;
     Designs and conducts educational research, monitoring and evaluation related to the subject of specialisation;
     Supports and liaises with the subject association where it exists;
     Writes academic papers and publications;
     Provides consultancy services in the field of education;
     Conducts orientation courses for the newly appointed staff.
     Performs any other duties that may be assigned by immediate supervisor.
    11.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Masters degree in education majoring in Mathematics with at least six (6) years of teaching experience including designing and delivering training programmes in the relevant field. The candidate must have proven knowledge of computer applications. Record of having published educational materials will be an added advantage.
    11.2.3 REMUNERATION: PHTS 13 – 14 (depends on qualifications and experience).
    11.3 CURRICULUM COORDINATOR (TECHNICAL EDUCATION /BUSINESS STUDIES) – 2 POSTS
    11.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Develops and tries out instructional materials.
     Designs and conducts training programmes in curriculum studies including in-service courses for tutors and teachers or other stakeholders in the field of specialisation;
     Participates in research, monitoring and evaluation of curriculum or any other educational activities.
     Participates in the provision of consultancy services in education.
     Writes academic papers and publications.
     Performs any other duties as may be assigned by immediate supervisor.
    11.3.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     For Technical Education: Holder of a Bachelor degree (Hons) in Education majoring in Engineering OR BSc degree in Engineering plus formal training in
    35
    technical teacher education of at least certificate level from a recognised technical/vocational teacher training college.
     For Business Studies: Holder of a Bachelor degree (Hons) in education majoring in Business Studies.
     For both posts: The candidate must have proven knowledge of computer applications.
    11.3.3 REMUNERATION PTHS 5-7 (depends on qualifications and experience).
    12.4 CURRICULUM COORDINATOR (EDITING AND PUBLISHING) – 1POST
    12.4.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Examines and edits manuscripts to produce quality publications;
     Supervises and controls work performance at different stages of printing;
     Provides guidance on printing work methods, procedures and standards;
     Prepares material requirements and budget estimates of printing works;
     Ensures effective performance of lithographic duties in photo assembly, dark room or plate making sections;
     Specifies and oversees compliance to standards in production of teaching and learning materials including books, syllabi and journals.
     Assists in developing and editing the content of the Institute‟s website;
     Performs other duties as may be assigned by immediate supervisor.
    12.4.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of a Bachelor degree with Education or Social Science plus formal training of at least certificate level in editing and publishing or equivalent qualifications from a recognized institution. In addition, the applicant must have at least two (2) years of working experience in editing and publishing in a reputable publishing/printing company.
    12.4.3 REMUNERATION: PTHS 5-7 (depends on qualifications and experience).
    12.5 CURRICULUM COORDINATOR (PROTOTYPE DESIGN) – 1 POST
    12.5.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Designs and develops prototypes of assorted teaching and learning aids for production en-masse.
     Develops and tries out manuals and guides for various teaching and learning aids.
     Designs and conducts training programmes in curriculum studies including in-service courses for tutors and teachers or other stakeholders in the field of specialisation;
    36
     Participates in research, monitoring and evaluation of curriculum or any other educational activities.
     Participates in the provision of consultancy services in education.
     Writes academic papers and publications in the field of specialisation.
     Performs any other duties as may be assigned by immediate supervisor.
    12.5.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Bachelor degree (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering plus formal training in technical teacher education of at least certificate level from a recognised technical/vocational teacher training college. The candidate must have proven knowledge of computer applications.
    12.5.3 REMUNERATION: PTHS 5-7 (depends on qualifications and experience).
    12.6 PLANNING MANAGER
    12.6.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Heads the Planning Unit
     Advises the Director General on all matters pertaining to corporate planning as well as implementation and evaluation of the Institute‟s development plans and programmes ;
     Coordinates implementation of the Institute‟s plans and programmes;
     Designs, develops and supervises work systems related to development plans;
     Analyses development opportunities and reviews internal policies, plans and programmes;
     Develops strategies for exploitation of available opportunities with a view to achieving sustainable development;
     Participates in activities meant to develop plans, guidelines and internal circulars
     Analyses and harmonises the Institute‟s plans with those of the ministry responsible for education ;
     Prepares periodic reports on implementation of corporate plans and programmes and uses such reports to create a reliable database for planning and development purposes;
     Identifies and recommends development partnerships with various local and foreign institutions;
     Plans and conducts research on institutional development and recommends application of research-based findings to corporate advantage;
     Performs any other duties as may be assigned by the Director General.
    37
    12.6.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     Master degree in Economics, Statistics or equivalent qualifications with at least eight (8) years of working experience in related. In addition, the candidate must possess proven knowledge of computer applications.
    12.6.3 REMUNERATION – PGSS 21
    12.7 ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT– 1 POST
    12.7.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Maintains accounts records;
     Writes books of accounts and other accounting documents such as journals, petty cash books, ledgers, registers and vouchers;
     Verifies accuracy of documents and records relating to payments, receipts and other transactions and makes necessary calculations and corrections;
     Makes and checks entries in Ledgers at regular intervals;
     Conducts bank reconciliation;
     Prepares wage sheets and effects wage payments;
     Conducts banking activities; and
     Performs such other duties as may be assigned by immediate supervisor.
    12.7.2 REMUNERATION: PGSS 5- 6 (depends on qualifications and experience).
    12.7.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of ACSEE or CSEE with Ordinary Diploma in Accountancy or equivalent professional qualifications from a recognized institution with at least one (1) year of working experience. Must be conversant with computer applications.
    12.8 SENIOR OFFICE ASSISTANT – 1 POST
    12.8.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Moves files and documents and transmits messages within and outside TIE.
     Sends and collects mail to and from the post office;
     Records and delivers mail (dispatch);
     Keeps record of all outgoing and incoming mail;
     Operates duplicating machines and photocopiers.
     Prepares rooms for meetings.
     Performs any other duties as may be assigned by his superiors.
    38
    12.8.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE) with at least five years of working experience. Formal training in office assistance will be an added advantage.
    12.8.3 REMUNERATION: PGSS 4-5 or POSS 5-6 (depends on qualifications and experience)
    12.0 THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STATISTICS (NBS)
    The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) is, one of the Government Executive Agencies established under the Executive Agencies Act No. 30 of 1997. NBS is a one-stop centre for all official statistical information on Tanzania Mainland and has been restructured to operate in a business oriented management style.
    12.1 TRANSPORT OFFICER - 1 POST
    12.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To prepare guidelines for costing of transport operational activities
     To supervise performance of drivers in their day to day duties
     To keep proper records of transport system and fuel consumption reports of the NBS vehicles
     To assess and monitor transport requirements of NBS
     To monitor the services and maintenance of NBS vehicles on periodic basis
     To advise the Management on all issues related to the transport system of NBS
     To make travel arrangements for the NBS Leaders in liaison with travel agents
     To supervise all transportation matters in NBS
     To prepare, maintain and update motor vehicle records on regular basis
     To perform any other related duties as may be assigned to him/her
    12.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
     Degree or Advanced Diploma in Transportation from an accredited University or Higher Learning Institution with three (3) years relevant working experience in a reputable organization
     Must be computer literate
     Possession of driving license
    12.1.3 REMUNERATION: NBS Salary Scale 5.1
    12.2 RECEPTIONIST (1 POST)
    12.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    39
     To handle NBS visitors by providing relevant explanations on their inquiries and direct them to the respective officers for attention
     To maintain and update the visitors register on daily basis
     To ensure that each visitor is given a temporary visitors pass (Tag) and hand over the same after the visit
     To take messages of the staff who may not be in the office
     Perform any other related assignment given by the immediate supervisor from time to time.
    12.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Advanced Secondary Education Certificate
     Must be computer literate
     Knowledge of English language
     Possession of Certificate in Customer Care/Mass Communication will be an added advantage
    12.2.3 AGE LIMIT: Not above 35 years
    12.2.4 REMUNERATION
    NBS Salary scale 2.1 and other related incentives as per the NBS scheme of service
    13.0 UNESCO NATIONAL COMMISSION - TANZANIA
    The UNESCO National Commission was established by the UNESCO National Commission Act No. 7 of 2008 thus transforming it into an independent government department. Its main mandate is to coordinate the implementation of UNESCO Programmes in Tanzania. The Commission is hereby seeking to engage highly committed and self motivated individuals with excellent interpersonal skills, capable to work independently with minimum supervision to fill in the following vacant positions.
    13.1 SENIOR PROGRAMME OFFICER (EDUCATION) - READVERTISED
    This is a Senior Position and the ideal candidate is expected to have accumulated adequate experience to be able to effectively manage, coordinate UNESCO Programmes in the Education sector and is therefore expected to work closely with stakeholders in this sector to make sure that Tanzania benefits from the various UNESCO programmes. He/She must have experience in developing and managing programmes and projects, as well as excellent training and communication skills.
    13.1.1 REPORTING
    The ideal candidate reports to the Deputy Executive Secretary (Programmes)
    40
    13.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To advise the Deputy Executive Secretary (Programmes) on all matters pertaining to the Education Sector,
     To coordinate the implementation and execution of activities for UNESCO Major Programme I: Education
     To coordinate the activities of the UNESCO Intergovernmental and Special Programmes in Education Sector i.e. Education for All (EFA), Basic Education In Africa Programme (BEAP) Teachers Training Initiatives in Sub Saharan Africa (TISSA), Education Statistics. IIEP Training Programme, UNESCO Chairs and UNITWIN Projects, International Bureau of Education (IBE), UNESCO Institute of Adult Learning (UIAL), Institute of Information Technology and Education (IIET)etc
     To coordinate activities of the UNESCO National Standing Committee for Education
     Effectively consult and interact with UNESCO stakeholders in the Education sector to identify priority areas of action
     Solicit project proposals for the Education Sector and assist in the preparation of project documents for submission to UNESCO under Participation, Regular, Funds in Trust and Co-Action programmes,
     Coordinate implementation, monitoring and evaluation of projects in the Education sector
     Develop annual work plans for the Education Sector
     Prepare Quarterly Progress Reports and Contribute to the UNESCO Commission Annual Report
     Supervise implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Education Sector projects
     Any other duty as assigned from time to time.
    13.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Master Degree (Education fields).
     Possession of PhD (Education) will be an added advantage.
     At least seven (7) years work experience after Master degree or five (5) years after PhD in a Senior Management Position preferably in managing sector wide programmes and projects
    13.1.4 REMUNERATION
     Attractive and competitive salary and remuneration package will be offered to the right candidate.
    13.1.5 REQUIRED SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES.
     Excellent interpersonal skills and effective interactions with stakeholders
    41
     Strong working knowledge of computer programmes.
     Excellent verbal, writing and analytical skills.
     Confidence, enthusiasm and a passion for excellence.
     High levels of Integrity and Professionalism in work and behaviour.
     High stress tolerance and disciplined to execute according to standards.
     Intense focus on accountability and urgency/speed of response.
     Respect for authority and workmates
     Excellent organizational skills with the ability to develop detailed work plans to ensure program success and output -oriented.
     Ability to prioritize and execute tasks and effectively function in a fast-paced, sometimes high-pressure environment.
     Reacts to work assignment adjustments and alterations promptly and efficiently;
     Ability to meet deadlines and work with minimum supervision
     Fluent in English, knowledge of French language is an added advantage
     Commitment to the highest ethical and professional standards
    14.0 TANZANIA INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANCY (TIA)
    The Tanzania Institute of Accountancy (TIA) is a training Government Executive Agency operating „semi‟ autonomously and commercially in providing education in Accountancy, Procurement & Supplies Management and other business related disciplines.
    14.1 ASSISTANT LECTURERS - BUSINESS LAW - 1 POST ) - READVERTISED
    14.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Teaches up to NTA level 8 (Bachelor Degree);
     Prepares learning resources for tutorial exercises;
     Conducts research, seminars and case studies;
     Supervising students project;
     Preparing teaching manuals;
     Carries out consultancy and community services under supervision;
     Perform any other duties as assigned by supervisor;
    14.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS
     Holder of Master Degree or its equivalent in the relevant field.
    14.1.3 AGE LIMIT
    Applicant should not be more than 45 years.
    42
    14.1.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive salary and incentive package in accordance with the Institution‟s Salary Scales (PHTS 13 – 14).
    15.0 DAR ES SALAAM MARITIME INSTITUTE
    Dar es Salaam Maritime Institute (DMI) is an Insititute under the Ministry of Transport established by an Act of Parliament No. 22 of 1991. DMI is a specialized Institute for Maritime Education and Training. It develops and produce competent trained and qualified Maritime personnel for World shipping industry.
    15.1 PRINCIPAL
    15.1.1 Location: Da-Es-Salaam Maritime Institute.
    15.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Be the Accounting Officer and Spokesperson of the Institute.
     Be the Principal Academic and Administrative officer of the Institute and Secretary to the Council.
     Be responsible for formulation and implementation of policies to enhance academic excellence of the Institute.
     Be responsible for promoting a positive corporate culture and image of DMI by enhancing academic activities related to training, research and consultancy.
     Promoting good operational linkages with the Governmenmt and similar regional and international Institutions.
     Responsible with learning and teaching facilities of the institute.
     Administer the enforcement of by laws and regulations made by the Council.
     Promoting Seafarers and Off-Shore employment opportunities in local and international markets.
    15.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Master /Postgraduate degree or Bachelor of Science degree from a reputable University in Maritime Administration, Ports and Shipping Management, Maritime Safety and Environment Management, Maritime Education and Training, Mechanical Engineering and Marine Science with Computer knowledge.
    43
     PhD or Master Mariner or Chief Engineer Certificate of Competency with Seagoing qualifications is an added advantage.
     At least eight ( 8 ) years working experience, out of which five years should be at a senior position in a Shipping Industry.
     Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
    15.1.4 REMUNERATION:
     Salary Grade PHTS 21. DMI will offer fringe benefits as per scheme of service.
    15.1.5 TERMS AND CONDITION OF SERVICE:
    Five (5) years contract term renewable upon satisfactory performance.
    15.1.6 AGE LIMIT
    Applicant should be 40- 57 years old.
    16.0 COLLEGE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION
    16.1 ASSISTANT LECTURER 2 POST (1 - Development Studies & 1 - ICT)
    16.1.1 DUTY STATION – Dar es Salaam
    16.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Teaching up to NTA level 8 (Bachelors Degree);
     Prepares learning resources for tutorial exercises;
     Conducts research, seminars and case studies;
     Carries out consultancy and community services under supervision;
     Supervises students project;
     Prepares teaching manual; and
     Performs any other relevant duties as assigned by supervisors.
    16.1.3 QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     Applicant must be holders of a good Masters Degree in either Development Studies or ICT with a GPA of 3.5 or above at undergraduate level. A holder of Bachelor of Arts in Linguistic (English) will be an added advantage for who will apply for the post of assistant lecturer in development studies.
    16.1.4 REMUNERATION: PHTS 8
    44
    16.2 ACADEMIC OFFICER I - 2 Posts
    16.2.1 Duty Station – Dar es salaam/Dodoma
    16.2.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Arranges for the production of approved examinations.
     Ensures availability of examination scripts.
     Promotes and sells College publications.
     Compiles examination results.
     Prepares the College Prospectus and Almanac.
     Arranges for moderation of the Colleges examinations.
     Performs any other relevant duties as may be assigned by Supervisor
    16.2.3 QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Bachelor Degree in Education, Management or Administration with three years of relevant working experience.
    16.2.4 REMUNERATION: PGSS 12
    16.3 PRINCIPAL ACADEMIC OFFICER I - 1 Post
    16.3.1 Duty Station – Dar es Salaam
    16.3.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Prepare master workload schedules and master time tables.
     Processes matter related to scholarship
     Performs any other relevant duties assigned by supervisor.
    16.3.3 QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     Holder of a Master‟s Degree in Education, Management or Administration with relevant work experience of at least seven years.
    16.3.4 REMUNERATION: PGSS 19
    16.4 ACCOUNTS ASSISTANT I - 1 Post
    16.4.1 Duty Station - Dodoma
    16.4.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Receives and keeps in proper custody all bills, invoices and other claims pending payment.
     Prepare petty payment vouchers after approval.
    45
     Perform any other relevant duties assigned by supervisor.
    16.4.3 QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Secondary School Certificate with Accounting Technician Certificate (ATEC) or Equivalent e.g. RSA, NABE III, with at least three years of relevant working experience.
    16.4.4 REMUNERATION: PGSS 8
    16.5 PERSONAL SECRETARY II - 1 Post
    16.5.1 Duty Station – Dar es Salaam
    16.5.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Receives and attends visitors.
     Types both open and confidential documents and takes minutes.
     Takes shorthand.
     Attends telephone calls and takes messages.
     Ensures availability of all necessary working facilities for proper job performance.
     Takes proper care of all machines under his/her charge and ensures that they are used for official work.
     Types Circulars, Certificates, Transcripts and Statements of Results.
     Prints reports, letters etc.
     Performs any other relevant duties assigned by supervisor.
    16.5.3 QUALIFICATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
     Holder of Secondary School Certificate with a Secretarial Certificate from a recognized Secretarial College plus 100/120 w.p.m. Shorthand in English or Kiswahili and 50 w.p.m. typing, tabulation and Manuscript Stage III, Secretarial duties and Office Procedure Stage II.
    16.5.4 REMUNERATION: PGSS 8
    GENERAL CONDITIONS
    i. All applicants must be Citizens of Tanzania
    ii. Applicants must attach an up-to-date current Curriculum Vitae (CV) having reliable contact postal address, e-mail address and telephone numbers.
    iii. Applicants should not be above 45 years of age and should observe the age limit where indicated for each position.
    46
    iv. The title of the position applied for should be marked on the envelope; short of which will make the application invalid.
    v. Applicants must attach their detailed relevant certified copies of Academic certificates:
    - Postgraduate/Degree/Advanced Diploma/Diploma/Certificates.
    - Postgraduate/Degree/Advanced Diploma/Diploma transcripts.
    - Form IV and Form VI National Examination Certificates.
    - Computer Certificate
    - Professional certificates from respective boards
    - One recent passport size picture and birth certificate.
    vi. FORM IV AND FORM VI RESULTS SLIPS ARE STRICTLY NOT ACCEPTED
    vii. Testimonials, Partial transcripts and results slips will not be accepted.
    viii. Presentation of forged academic certificates and other information in the CV will necessitate to legal action
    ix. Applicants for senior positions currently employed in the public service should route their application letters through their respective employers.
    x. Applicants for entry levels currently employed in the Public Service should not apply, they have to adhere to Government Circular Na. CAC. 45/257/01/D/140 dated 30th November 2010.
    xi. Applicants who have/were retired from the Public Service for whatever reason should not apply.
    xii. Applicants should indicate three reputable referees with their reliable contacts.
    xiii. This advert is also found in PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT - PSRS, Public Service Management, PMORALG - Home -, Ministry of Transport, Tanzania, Ministry of Finance - Home, Ministry of Health & Social Welfare www.institutesocialwork.ac.tz and Tanzania Food and Nutrition Centre.
    xiv. Certificates from foreign Universities should be verified by Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU)
    xv. Dead line for application is 22nd February, 2012 at 3:30 p.m
    xvi. Application letters should be written in English
    xvii. APPLICATION LETTERS SHOULD BE POSTED TO THE FOLLOWING ADDRESS. HAND DELIVERY IS NOT ACCEPTALBE:
    Secretary,
    Public Service Recruitment Secretariat,
    P.O. Box 63100,
    DAR ES SALAAM.
     
Loading...