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    PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT - PSRS

    kwa wanaoweza kupapasa hebu watazame hii:

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    THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA
    PRESIDENT’S OFFICE
    PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT
    Ref. Na EA.7/96/01/C/54 18
    th
    October, 2012
    VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT
    On behalf of the Ministry Of Finance (PFMRP - PHASE IV), National Museum of
    Tanzania, College of African Wildlife Management, Mweka, Tanzania Tree Seed Agency
    (TTSA), The Export Processing Zones Authority (EPZA), The Centre for Agricultural
    Mechanization and Rural Technology (CAMARTEC), Institute of Social Work (ISW), The
    Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority (SUMATRA) Tanzania Side For
    Chinese – Tanzania Joint Shipping Company (SINOTASHIP) and Eastern Africa
    Statistical Training Centre (EASTC), the Public Service Recruitment Secretariat invites
    qualified Tanzanians to fill 15 vacant managerial posts in the above public institutions.
    NB: GENERAL CONDITIONS
    i. All applicants must be Citizens of Tanzania and not above 45 years old, however,
    should also observe the age limit for each position where indicated.
    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 apply on the strength of the information given in this
    advertisement.
    iv. The title of the position and institution applied for should be written in the
    subject of the application letter and 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.
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    - 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 30
    th
    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. Certificates from foreign Universities should be verified by Tanzania
    Commission for Universities (TCU)
    xiv. Dead line for application is 31
    th
    October, 2012 at 3:30 p.m
    xv. Applicants with special needs/case (disability) are supposed to indicate
    xvi. Women are highly encouraged to apply
    xvii. Only short listed candidates will be informed on a date for interview
    xviii. Application letters should be written in Swahili or English
    xix. APPLICATION LETTERS SHOULD BE POSTED TO THE FOLLOWING
    ADDRESS. HAND DELIVERY IS NOT ACCEPTABLE:
    Secretary OR Katibu
    Public Service Recruitment Sekretarieti ya Ajira katika
    Secretariat, Utumishi wa Umma
    P. O. Box 63100 S. L. P 63100,
    DAR ES SALAAM. DAR ES SALAAM.
    This advert is also found in PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT - PSRS, Public Service Management, PMORALG - Home -,
    Ministry of Transport, Tanzania, www.mwekawildlife.org, Home page of National Museum and House of Culture - Dar es salaam,
    Welcome to EPZA, www.ttsa.co.tz
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    1.0 THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF TANZANIA
    The National Museum of Tanzania was established by The National Museum of Tanzania
    Act of 1980.
    1.1 DIRECTOR GENERAL – 1 POST - READVERTISED
    1.1.1 REPORTING
     He/she reports to Board of the National Museum of Tanzania
    1.1.2 NATURE AND SCOPE OF THE POSITION
    The Director General shall be the Chief Executive Officer of the National Museum of
    Tanzania. He/she shall be appointed by the President of the United Republic of Tanzania
    and be responsible to the Board of the National Museum of Tanzania for implementing
    the policies of the museum including planning, coordinating and controlling all functions
    and activities within the framework and instructions laid down by the Board in accordance
    with the Museum Act.
    1.1.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Develops policies for approval by the Board of the National Museum of Tanzania
     Ensures the implementation of the policies and procedures of the Museum
     Ensures liaising with other relevant bodies with the purpose of providing strategic
    advice on the development of technical education and training
     Organises and services meetings of the Museum, Board and Committees
     Serves as Accounting Officer of the Museum
     Directs the operations of the National Museum of Tanzania
    1.1.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     PhD or Masters in Natural/Social Science who attained a minimum of second class
    degree at undergraduate level
     A working experience of at least eight (8) years in related work
     A candidate must have published at least ten (10) scientific publications
    1.1.5 REMUNERATION: Salary Scale PRSS 14
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    2.0 COLLEGE OF AFRICAN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT, MWEKA
    The College of African Wildlife Management - Mweka was established by an Act of
    College of African Wildlife Management No. 8 of 1964. The college offers programmmes
    in Wildlife Management, Wildlife Tourism and Tourism Hunting.
    2.1 RECTOR/PRINCIPAL –1 POST - READVERTISED
    2.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES
     Be the accounting officer and spokesperson of the College
     Facilitating learning (by teaching) of academic programmes in the College
     Be the Principal Academic Officer of the College
     Secretary to the Governing Body.
     Be responsible to the Governing Body for the implementation of the decisions of
    the Governing Body.
     Administrate the enforcement of by laws and regulations made by the Governing
    Body.
     Be responsible for formulation and implementation of policies to enhance the
    academic excellence of the College
     Promote good relations with the stakeholders of the College including the
    Government and other organisations
     Be responsible for promoting efficiency in the academic activities related to
    training, research and consultancy
    2.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCES
     PhD in Wildlife Management, Wildlife Tourism, Tourism Training or any relevant
    field of study and be eligible for registration as technical teacher
     He / She should be at least an Associate Professor from recognised higher
    learning institutions.
     He/She must possess at least ten (10) years working experience in a senior
    managerial position in any reputable academic institution
     Must have published at least ten (10) peer reviewed papers and must have
    published at least twenty consultancies/research reports of the academic and
    professional appreciable depth in relevant field
     Proven ability to develop and coordinate the implementation of an academic vision
    for an institution of higher learning
     A person possessing ability to influence, persuade, build coalitions, networks and
    ability to stimulate and encourage new ideas and development through motivation
    and support of staff and students
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    2.1.3 TENURE: Shall hold office for a term of five (5) years and may be re-appointed
    consecutively for one more term of five years.
    2.1.4 REMUNERATION:
    Salary scale PHTS 21 plus 15%
    2.1.5 AGE LIMIT: Not above 55 years
    2.2 DEPUTY RECTOR PLANNING, FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION –1 POST -
    RE- ADVERTISED
    2.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES
     Head directorate of Planning, Finance and Administration
     Supervise and maintain acceptable standards of discipline of staff accordingly
     Facilitate learning (by teaching) of academic programmes in the institution
     Be the recorder to the Governing Council
     Be responsible to the Rector/Principal for the general administration and personnel
    management of the institute
     Advise the Rector/Principal on all administrative, legal, personnel and financial
    matters
     Be responsible for formulating accounting policies and procedures of the institute,
    submitting budgets, audited accounts
     Perform any other duties which the Rector/Principal may assign
    2.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCES
     Masters Degree or PhD holder of higher academic standing with credentials to be
    categorised as associate Professor of higher learning institution.
     He / She should be at least a Senior Lecturer/Principal Tutor I in the field of Wildlife
    Management, Wildlife Tourism or Tourism Training and be eligible for registration
    as technical teacher
     Experience in natural resources management and environmental management will
    be an added advantage.
     Be a person with outstanding academic and administrative experience and
    capability in the area of technical education and training
    2.2.3 TENURE: Shall hold office for a term of four (4) years and may be re-appointed
    consecutively for one more term of four (4) years.
    2.2.4 REMUNERATION:
    Salary scale PHTS 21 plus 15%
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    2.2.5 AGE LIMIT: Not above 56 years
    2.3 BURSAR – 1 POST - READVERTISED
    2.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES
     Head of the Finance Department
     Prepares and reviews accounting manuals, policies and procedures
     Prepares the college’s final accounts and submits the same to external auditors for
    auditing after the guidance of the Deputy Rector Planning, Finance and
    Administration
     Initiates, recommendations, proposals, changes and improvements in works
    procedures in the finance department
     Ensures that accounting functions are carried out in accordance with financial and
    procurement regulations
     Prepares budget and budgetary control systems and ensures that the college
    programmes are implemented according to the approved budget
     Streamlines, standardizes and monitors existing financial systems, policies and
    procedures
     Ensures timely and consistent accurate budgeting and financial reporting internally
    and to the Government and Donors
     Ensures high standards of book keeping, financial accounting, procurement and
    assets management
     Formulates and ensures that financial management plans are developed,
    implemented and monitored
     Formulates and implements the College’s financial regulations, policies and
    procedures
     Ensures that debts are paid on time and the College revenues are promptly
    collected
     Prepares monthly, quarterly an annually financial reports
     Ensures that statutory deductions and tax administration are efficiently and
    promptly carried out
     Builds and guides a competent and committed team of employees in the finance
    department
     Performs any other duty as may be assigned
    2.3.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCES
     Bachelor degree in Commerce (Accountancy/Finance), Business Administration
    (Accountancy/Finance) or Advanced Diploma in Accountancy with CPA (T), ACCA
    or ACA from a recognised institution
     Registered with NBAA in the category of Certified Public Accountant
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     Strong computer literacy with knowledge and use of financial management
    software is essential
     At least seven (7) years working experience, five (5) of which must be at a senior
    financial management position
    2.3.3 ATTRIBUTES
     Ability to analyse problems and develop solutions, initiative and drive to achieve
    good results in finance department
     Competence in budget preparation, implementation, management and monitoring
     Knowledge in the application of the international financial standards and regulatory
    system
    2.3.4 REMUNERATION:
    Salary scale PGSS 21
    3.0 TANZANIA TREE SEED AGENCY (TTSA)
    The Agency was established by the Executive Agency Act of 1997. TTSA is a semi
    autonomous body within the ambit of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism.
    The aim of the Agency is to enhance sustainable supply of forest products and
    environment conservation by producing, procuring and marketing high quality tree seed
    and other propagating materials. It operates through three zonal centers throughout
    Tanzania namely; Southern and Western Zonal Tree Seed Centre, Eastern and Central
    Zonal Tree Seed Centre, and Northern Zonal Tree Seed Centre.
    3.1 CHIEF EXECUTIVE – 1 POST - READVERTISED
    3.1.1 REPORTING: To the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Natural Resources and
    Tourism.
    3.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES
     Accounting officer and spokesperson of the Agency
     Prepare and implement Strategic and work plans
     Prepare budgets, financial statements and reports of the Agency
     Supervise and monitor implementation of activities and efficient management of
    the Agency
     Develops the Agency’s policies
     Facilitate liaison/linkages with other relevant bodies/institutions to provide strategic
    management and advice on the development of the Agency
     Organise and conduct meetings of the Ministerial Advisory Body
     Manage the financial and human resources of the Agency
     Secretary to the Ministerial Advisory Body
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    3.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCES
     Masters degree in Forestry with specialisation in forest biology from a recognised
    University.
     Must have managerial working experience in seed centre for a period of not less
    than eight (8) years.
     Preference will be given to candidates who attended courses in tree seed handling,
    tree improvement and forest botany
     Must have the ability to lead and make decisions, demonstrate an interest in tree
    seed matters.
     An individual with integrity, excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
    3.1.4 AGE: Should be a Tanzanian aged below 55 years
    3.1.5 TENURE: Shall hold office for a term of five (5) years or for such period as may be
    specified in his instrument of appointment and shall be eligible for re-appointment.
    3.1.6 REMUNERATION: Salary scale TGSL
    4.0 CENTER FOR AGRICULTURAL MECHANIZATION AND RURAL
    TECHNOLOGY (CAMARTEC)
    The Centre for Agricultural Mechanization and Rural Technology is a Parastatal
    organization under the Ministry of industry and Trade. The Centre was established by Act
    of Parliament No. 19 of 1981 to promote agricultural mechanization and rural technology
    in Tanzania through applied research and development, adaptation, dissemination of
    appropriate technologies all aimed at improving the standard of living of the rural
    communities.
    4.1 CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER –1 POST
    4.1.1 REPORTING: To the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Industry and Trade.
    4.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES
     He/she shall be responsible to the board of directors in discharging his/her duties
    as Chief Executive of CAMARTEC
     He/she shall provide effective leadership in planning and implementation of
    CAMARTEC’s strategic plan to ensure realization of the vision and achievement of
    the mission of the same
     He/she shall ensure timely implementation of the resolution and directives of the
    board of directors
     He/she shall be an effective Accounting Officer of CAMARTEC
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     He/she shall be the chief spokesperson of CAMARTEC
     He/she shall be the Secretary of the board of directors
     He shall ensure teamwork and harmonious working relationship among
    CAMARTEC workers
    4.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCES
     PhD degree in either Agriculture, Mechanics or Process Engineering from
    recognised university
     Additional training in management will be an added advantage
     Working experience of ten (10) years with a minimum of five (5) years in a senior
    management position
    OR
     Masters degree either Agricultural, Mechanical or Process Engineering from
    recognised university
     Additional training in management will be an added advantage
     Working experience of fifteen (15) years with a minimum of ten (10) years in a
    senior management position
     Research experience in a university or R&D institution with a minimum of ten
    scientific and/or technological publications
     Thorough understanding of R&D generally and the roles of R&D institution in
    addressing the needs and problems of the society and industry
     Excellent and proven managerial and leadership ability
     Excellent interpersonal skills and public relations
     Proven ability to mobilize funds from various sources
     Proven ability to efficiently and effectively manage funds and other resources for
    the benefit of institution(s) he/she served and the nation
     Dedication and ability to mentor and groom the younger generation to become
    responsive and responsible researchers and research manager
     Command respect within R&D institutions and among stakeholders
    4.1.4 TENURE: Shall hold office for a term of five (5) years or such period as may be
    renewable upon satisfaction performance.
    4.1.5 REMUNERATION:
    Attractive Salary with fringe benefits that include transport, housing and others as befits
    the position of Director General. Additional rewards to be determined by the board will
    accrue to the DG as the performance of organisation improves as direct function of
    his/her leadership
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    5.0 THE EXPORT PROCESSING ZONES AUTHORITY (EPZA)
    The Export Processing Zones Authority Programme in Tanzania was established in 2002
    following the enactment of the Export Processing Zones Act, 2002. The scheme
    promotes export oriented investment within designated zones aimed at creating
    international competitiveness for export-led economic growth. The programme offers a
    range of attractive fiscal, physical and procedural incentives to ensure lower cost
    operations, faster set up and smoother operations.
    5.1 DIRECTOR OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT - 1 POST - RE-ADVERTISED
    5.1.1 REPORTING: Reports to the Director General of EPZA.
    The Director of Planning and Development will head the Technical and Planning and
    Research units and will be responsible for coordinating development and maintenance of
    EPZ and SEZ sites. She/he will also be responsible for preparation of EPZA’s long and
    short term plans, periodic reporting of the Authority’s performance and for coordinating
    researches relevant to improving the Authority’s performance.
    5.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Head of the Planning and Development directorate;
     Chief advisor of the Director General in all matters related to Infrastructure
    Development, Research, Planning and Reporting;
     Coordinating the acquisition of the EPZ/SEZ earmarked land across the Country.
     Coordinating physical planning and development of EPZ/SEZ infrastructure and
    utility services.
     Coordinating the management and efficient functioning of EPZA’s owned Industrial
    parks
     Maintaining effective working linkages with relevant Ministries and other institutions
    to facilitate implementation of EPZ/SEZ projects.
     Keeping abreast of trends in the fields of research, planning and marketing and
    recommending policies and programs to meet changing circumstances in EPZs and
    SEZs.
     Coordinating preparation of strategic plans, annual work plans, budgeting and
    preparation of quarterly and annual reports.
     Planning, developing and implementing strategies and monitoring tools for
    performance management of the Authority
    5.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Masters of Business Administration in Project Management or Finance from a
    recognized Institute.
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     A degree in Civil Engineering or Urban Planning will be an added advantage.
     At least (8) years proven experience in a reputable organization, three (3) of which in
    a Senior Management position.
    5.1.4 AGE LIMIT: Applicant should be between 35 and 45 years of age
    5.1.5 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution’s salary scale EPSS
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    6.0 MINISTRY OF FINANCE (PFMRP - PHASE IV)
    6.1 BACKGROUND
    The Government has been undertaking public finance management reforms since 1998
    through phases. This has evolved through PFMRP PHASE I: 1998 – 2004, PFMRP
    PHASE II: 2004- 2008 and PFMRP PHASE III: 2008- 2011
    6.1.1 OBJECTIVE AND FOCUS OF THE PFMRP PHASE IV
    The primary objectives of PFMRP IV is to focus on promoting public service delivery
    through strengthening cross-cutting PFM functions, enforcing good financial governance,
    accountability and sound professional practices, and enforcing compliance with the legal
    and regulatory framework related to PFM. The PFMRP IV is also addressing
    administrative and organizational gaps identified in previous Phases and embarking on
    implementation of a prioritized and sequence activities in achievement of milestones
    developed in line with the M&E Results Framework.
    Phase IV is designed to attain a more effective and efficient budget formulation,
    implementation and control in order to contribute to broad -based economic growth in a
    sequenced manner. The PFMRP IV aims at strengthening and improving public finance
    management, focus will be in the five key result areas namely: Revenue Management;
    Planning and Budget Management; Budget Execution, Transparency and Accountability;
    Budgetary Control and Oversight and; Change Management and Programme Monitoring
    and Communication.
    The implementation cycle of phase IV starts from July, 2012 up to June, 2016. This phase
    is intended to achieve both short term and medium term results while ensuring that
    synergies and sequencing are maintained to attain realistic results in the medium and
    long term.
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    6.2 MONITORING AND EVALUATION (M&E) SPECIALIST – 1 POST- RE-ADVERTISED
    6.2.1 REPORT TO: Programme Coordinator
    6.2.2 PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF THE JOB
     Facilitate implementation of effective M&E system to support coordination; and
     Coordinate monitoring and evaluation of the programme performance within the
    Government reporting framework.
    6.2.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To provide technical support and coordinate M&E activities across the KRAs;
     Ensure monitoring and reporting requirements are understood by KRAs
    implementers and key actors;
     Coordinate, facilitate and manage the establishment of benchmarks and medium
    term evaluations of the programme;
     Design and develop M&E database for the programme that is integrated with the
    Government Monitoring Framework;
     Compile and Coordinate preparation of programme periodic reports;
     Monitor and evaluate performance of KRAs against targets;
     Maintain proper records on implementation of the programme which will provide
    basis for making decision and feedback to stakeholders;
     Facilitate M&E capacity building within the programme KRAs implementers;
     Provide M&E quality assurance to programme interventions; and
     Perform any other duties as may be directed by the Programme Coordinator.
    6.2.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Masters degree in either Project/Programme Planning and Management,
    Economics, Finance or Business Administration
     Sound training in M&E of development programmes/projects;
     Proven knowledge and skills in Management Information System (MIS);
     Excellent analytical skills with good working experience in M&E;
     Proven experience in Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA)
    procedures and Public Expenditure Review (PER);
     Experience in donor funded programmes/projects;
     At least five years experience in designing and implementing M&E system for
    development programmes and projects;
     Experience in using Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF) as a tool for
    Government planning, budgeting and reporting;
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     Proven track record of good performance in similar position for at least five years;
    and
     Practical skills in the use of Logical Framework Analysis (LFA) and Result Based
    Management (RBM) Framework.
    6.2.5 KEY ATTRIBUTES
     Interpersonal skills;
     Fluent spoken and written English and Kiswahili languages;
     Ability to work in a team;
     Ability to work independently with minimum supervision;
     Must be result oriented and self motivated; and
     Excellent analytical skills
    6.2.6 TENURE: Contract (2 years renewable)
    6.2.7 REMUNERATION: Attractive salary (Negotiable)
    6.3 PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ADVISOR – 1 POST- RE-ADVERTISED
    6.3.1 REPORT TO: Programme Manager
    6.3.2 OBJECTIVE
     The PFM Adviser is to provide technical advice and support to the Permanent
    Secretary Treasury and at operational level the DSPFM at the MoF, in leading and
    coordinating the implementation of the PFMRP in accordance with the vision, goals
    and strategy set out in the Strategy.
    6.3.3 PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF THE JOB
     The PFM advisor will mainly be responsible for capacity building and providing
    technical support for delivery of PFMRP outputs.
    6.3.4 RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
     Provide the Programme with technical advice on strategy, organization,
    management, inputs and implementation of the PFMRP and ensure informed and
    agreed adjustments are carried out as necessary
     To analyze, advise and monitor planned outcome of PFM interventions
     Supporting Component Managers in implementing activities by providing technical
    advice to develop TORs, RFP and BOQs - i.e. performing a quality assurance role
    at both the formulation and contact management stages. This will relate especially
    to the timing and initiation of entire procurement processes.
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     Ensure planned PFM interventions are accurately technically prioritized and
    sequenced
     Maintain regular liaison with the Components Implementing the various KRAs and
    provide appropriate technical advice to ensure milestones are being achieved in
    line with the laid down action plan and implementation of M&E framework
     Developing the technical capacity of Commissioners, Directors and Component
    Managers, through mentoring and coaching as they focus on implementing
    PFMRP activities and identifying capacity gaps and recommending interventions
    including training requirement for staff to ensure effective management of the
    programme
     Guide and assist the development of papers, periodic reports and documents
    needed to support Joint Steering Committee decisions on PFMRP implementation
     To provide technical advice on financial management issues and accountability
    related to PFM reforms
     Be the main interface on all the external assessment with the main stakeholders
    (PEFA, CPAR, Fiduciary risk assessments)
     Perform any other duties which are relevant for the Program successful
    implementation as may be directed by the Programme Coordinator.
    6.3.5 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Masters degree /Post-graduate diploma in either Finance, Business Administration
    or Management
     Should have at least ten (10) years experience in major PFM reforms of which at
    least seven (7) should be international experience in PFM programmes and
    projects.
     Knowledge of contemporary developments in public sector financial management
    reforms from a comparative perspective; an awareness of issues and complexities
    involved in the financial management of the reform process, including design,
    monitoring and co-ordination of the same
     Proven track record and knowledge of current developments in management
    techniques particularly as they relate to the design and delivery of PFM reform
    programmes
     Substantive experience in undertaking capacity building activities in PFM including
    leadership activities on strategic management on revenue mobilization, policy
    analysis, planning and budget management
     Familiarity with, and an understanding of financial management and development
    problems of least developed countries, gained through having worked in such
    situations
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     Excellent analytical, communication skills and a clear ability to draft reports in a
    lucid and succinct style appropriate for the readership
     Proven knowledge and skills in Management Information System (MIS).
     Excellent skills with good working experience in Financial Management.
     Sound knowledge and skills in Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability
    (PEFA) procedures and scoring process and Public Expenditure Review (PER).
     Sound experience in using Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF) as tool
    for Government planning, budgeting and reporting
    6.3.6 KEY ATTRIBUTES
     Substantive knowledge in Public Financial Management;
     Ability to work independently with minimum supervision;
     Fluent spoken and written English and Kiswahili languages;
     Good interpersonal skills;
     Be result oriented and self motivated; and
     Ability to work as a team
    6.3.7 TENURE: Contract (2 years renewable)
    6.3.8 REMUNERATION: Attractive salary (Negotiable)
    7.0 THE SURFACE AND MARINE TRANSPORT REGULATORY
    AUTHORITY (SUMATRA)
    7.1 DIRECTOR GENERAL
    7.1.1 NATURE AND SCOPE
    The Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority (SUMATRA) is a Government
    Regulatory authority established by Act. No. 9 of 2001 (CAP 413 R.E. 2002) SUMATRA’s
    role is to regulate, promote and facilitate availability of efficient, safe, quality, reliable and
    economic transport service in the surface and marine transport sub – sectors.
    The Director General is the Chief Executive of the Authority responsible for planning,
    managing and controlling the affairs and activities of the Authority for effective fulfilment of
    its mission and attainment of strategic outputs. The Director General is appointed by the
    Board after consultation with the Minister responsible for surface and marine transport
    affairs and for the time being is the Minister for Transport. He/she report to the SUMATRA
    Board
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    7.1.2 LOCATION: Dar es Salaam
    7.1.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To lead the top Management team in formulating the overall business plan and
    advise the Board of Director on strategic corporate plans, objectives and policy
    guidelines.
     To ensure reporting on performance and other statutory requirement to the Board of
    Directors and other relevant stakeholders. In this regard, he/she will be responsible
    for ensuring accurate and efficient financial and personnel management, accounting
    and auditing systems of the authority
     To develop and implement a robust performance management system
     To provide linkage between the Authority, the Board, Government and general
    public on the affairs of the Authority.
     To advise the Board in the regulation of the surface and marine transport
    subsectors.
    7.1.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Bachelors degree either in Management, Law, Economics, Finance or Engineering.
     Posses at least ten (10) years experience in one or more of the field management,
    law, economics, finance or engineering.
     Has knowledge and experience of the transport sectors at a senior position.
     He/she is unlikely to handle conflict of interest in the circumstances described under
    Section 11 of Act. No.9 of 2001 (CAP 413 R.E.2002).
     Masters degree in business administration or transport management, economics,
    computer literacy and knowledge on Regulatory matters will be added advantage.
    7.1.5 REMUNERATION
    The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Surface
    and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority’s remuneration schemes
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    8.0 TANZANIA SIDE FOR CHINESE – TANZANIA JOINT SHIPPING
    COMPANY (SINOTASHIP)
    8.1 MANAGING DIRECTOR
    8.1.1 NATURE AND SCOPE
    SINOTASHIP was established in 1967. Is a Joint Venture Shipping Company between
    the Government of United Republic of Tanzania and the Peoples of Republic of China
    based in Dar es salaam Tanzania.
    The Managing Director is the Chief Executive responsible for planning, budgeting,
    organizing, managing and controlling the affairs and activities of the Company for
    effective fulfilment of its vision, mission and attainment of strategic outputs. The Managing
    Director is appointed by the Minister responsible for Transport.
    8.1.2 LOCATION: Dar es Salaam
    8.1.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     To implement the policy of the Company formulated by the Board of Directors for
    running the Company.
     To implement the suggestions approved by the Board of Directors.
     To submit plans, summary report and Balance sheet of the Company to the Board of
    Directors at least one month before the annual meeting of the Board of Directors.
     To make proposals and suggestions to the Board of Directors for improvement of the
    business of the Company.
     To conduct jointly the business of the Company, and acting as representative of the
    Company for all business transactions.
     To sign normal business documents in the name of the Company.
    8.1.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     Bachelors degree or Advanced Diploma in Economics, Management, Commerce or
    Shipping.
     Significant general management experience with minimum of five (5) years.
     Ability to assess financial implications.
     Ability to oversee the running of a premier Shipping Company operating according to
    world – culture environment.
    8.1.5 REMUNERATION
    The position carries an attractive salary and remuneration package.
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    8.1.6 TENURE OF OFFICE
    Successful candidate will be appointed on a three (3) years renewable contact.
    9.0 THE INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL WORK (ISW)
    The Institute Of Social Work 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 Tanza nia. 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.
    9.1 DIRECTOR OF STUDIES
    9.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Be responsible to the Rector in respect of such matters of technical education
    administration and delivery;
     Facilitate learning (by teaching) of academic programmes in the institution
     Be responsible for smooth running and development of academics in the institute,
     Advise on all matters pertaining to Academics Management, quality, control and
    assurance;
     Evaluate current progress of academics in the institute and recommending future
    programmes
     Recommend appropriate budgets for the Academic directorate
     Oversee research and consultancy activities at the institute
     Coordinate the development and establishment of academic programmes and
    management of academic resources
     Oversee admission and examination regulations, and
     Perform any other duties which the Rector may assign
    9.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     PhD Degree (NTA Level 10 or equivalent)
     At least three (3) years at Lecturer level plus three peer reviewed publications
     A registered professional with at least ten (10) years preferably in Research or
    Consultancy with Doctoral degree in relevant field; five (5) consultancy/research
    reports of the academic and professional appreciable depth.
    OR
     Senior Lecturer
     Masters degree (NTA Level 9 or equivalent
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     At least three (3) years at Lecturer level plus five (5) peer reviewed publications
     A registered professional with at least twenty (20) years working experience
    preferably in research/consultancy with Master degree in relevant field; ten (10)
    consultancy/research reports of the academic and professional appreciable depth.
    9.1.3 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution’s salary scale
    9.1.4 TENURE OF OFFICE
    Director studies of the institute shall hold office for a term of four years and may be re-appointed consecutively for one more term of four (4) years.
    9.2 DIRECTOR OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
    9.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Be responsible to the Rector in respect of such matters of technical education
    administration and delivery
     Head directorate of Planning, finance and Administration
     Supervise and maintain acceptable standards of discipline of staff accordingly.
     Facilitate learning (by teaching) of academic programmes in the institute.
     Be responsible to Rector for the general administration and personnel management
    of the institute
     Advise Rector on all administrative, legal, personnel and financial matters
     Be responsible for formulating accounting policies and procedures of the institute,
    submitting budgets, audited accounts, and
     Perform any other duties which the Rector may assign
    9.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     PhD Degree (NTA Level 10 or equivalent)
     At least three (3) years at Lecturer level plus three (3) peer reviewed publications
     A registered professional with at least ten years preferably in Research or
    Consultancy with Doctoral degree in relevant field; five (5) consultancy/research
    reports of the academic and professional appreciable depth.
    OR
     Senior Lecturer
     Masters degree (NTA Level 9 or equivalent
     At least three (3) years at Lecturer level plus five (5) peer reviewed publications
     A registered professional with at least twenty (20) years working experience
    preferably in research/consultancy with Master degree in relevant field; ten (10)
    consultancy/research reports of the academic and professional appreciable depth.
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    9.2.3 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution’s salary scale
    9.2.4 TENURE OF OFFICE
    Director of Finance and Administration the institute shall hold office for a term of four (4)
    years and may be re-appointed consecutively for one more term of four years.
    10.0 EASTERN AFRICA STATISTICAL TRAINING CENTRE (EASTC)
    The Eastern Africa Statistical Training Centre is an Executive Agency under the Ministry
    of Finance. It was established under Act No 30 of 1997 and it was officially launched on
    May, 2002. EASTC is operating as a semi autonomous institution in providing a quality
    education in the field of Official Statistics for eighteen Eastern and Southern African
    Countries. EASTC is accredited by NACTE as an Institution of Higher Learning Institute,
    mandated to conduct Training, Research and Consultancy in Official Statistics.
    10.1 DEPUTY RECTOR ACADEMIC, RESEARCH AND CONSULTANCY
    10.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Be responsible to the Rector in respect of such matters of technical education
    administration and delivery;
     Facilitate learning (by teaching) of academic programmes in the EASTC;
     Advise on all matters pertaining to Academics Management, quality, control and
    assurance;
     Evaluate current progress of academics in the EASTC and recommend future
    program
     Coordinate the development and establishment of academic programmes and
    management of academic resources
     Oversee admissions and examinations regulations; and
     Performs any other official duties which the Rector may assign.
    10.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     PhD holder preferably in either Statistics, Mathematics, Economics or Information
    Technology
     Must also be a person with outstanding academic administrative experience and
    capability in the area of technical education and training.
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    10.1.3 TENURE OF OFFICE
    The Deputy Rector Academic, Research &Consultancy shall hold office for a term of four
    (4) years and may be re-appointed consecutively for one more term of four years upon
    successful completion of the first term.
    10.1.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution’s salary scale
    10.2 DEPUTY RECTOR PLANNING, FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
    10.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
     Head directorate of Planning, Finance & Administration;
     Supervise and maintain acceptable standards of discipline of staff accordingly;
     Facilitate learning (by teaching) of academic programmes in the EASTC;
     Be the recorder to the Ministerial Advisory Board;
     Be responsible to Rector for the general administration and personnel management
    of the EASTC;
     Advise the Rector for the general administration and personnel management of the
    EASTC;
     Advise the Rector on all legal, and financial matters;
     Be responsible for formulation and monitoring of implementation of accounting
    policies and procedures of the EASTC;
     Be responsible for submitting budgets, audited accounts on time; and
     Performs any other official duties which the Rector may assign.
    10.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
     PhD holder either Planning, Finance, Economics or Business.
     Must also be a person with outstanding academic and administrative experience and
    capability in the area of technical education and training.
    10.2.3 TENURE OF OFFICE
    A Deputy Rector Planning, finance and Administration shall hold office for a term of four
    (4) years and may be re-appointed consecutively for one more term of four years upon
    successful completion of the first term.
    10.2.4 REMUNERATION
    Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution’s salary scale
     
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