ukitaka kuzisoma vizuri ingia hapa http://kazibongo.blogspot.com/2011/05/tangazo-la-nafasi-za-kazi-utumishi.html THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA PRESIDENT'S OFFICE PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT The Public Service Recruitment Secretariat was established in accordance with Section No. 29 (1) of the Public Service (Amendment) Act, 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 Ministry of Transport (Tanzania Airports Authority and Surface and Marine Transport Authority), the Ministry of Finance (The Institute of Accountancy Arusha - IAA) President's Office, Planning Commission, the Ministry of Home Affairs (National Identification Authority - NIDA), the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs (The Institute of Judicial Administration), The National Audit Office (NAO) and the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (The National Examinations Council of Tanzania - NECTA), Public Service Recruitment Secretariat invites qualified Tanzanian to fill various vacant posts as shown below:- 1. DIRECTOR GENERAL - TANZANIA AIRPORTS AUTHORITY The Director General is the Chief Executive Officer of Tanzania Airports Authority and reports to the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Transport. 1.1 NATURE AND SCOPE Tanzania Airports Authority is an Executive Agency of the Government established under the Agencies Act, No 30 of 1997. It was officially launched on 3rd December 1999. 1.1.1 LOCATION: Dar es Salaam 1 1.1.2 MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES · To assume management responsibility for all services and activities of the Tanzania Airports Authority. · To manage and participate in the development and implementation of goals, objectives, policies, and priorities for assigned programs including customer service, maintenance of airport equipment and facilities and infrastructure, and grounds security; determine appropriate service and staffing levels; and administer policies and procedures. · To continuously monitor and evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery methods and procedures; assess and monitor work load, administrative and support systems, and internal reporting relationships; identify opportunities with the view to implement improvements. · To develop and implement strategies for maintaining airport customer bases; design marketing outreach efforts; solicit suggestions from customers. · To train, motivate and evaluate airport personnel; provide or coordinate staff training; work with employees to correct deficiencies; implement discipline and termination procedures. · Provide timely, accurate and thorough performance review for supervised employees. · To manage and participate in the development and administration of the Tanzania Airports Authority's annual budget; direct the forecast of funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies; direct the monitoring of and approve expenditures; direct and implement adjustments as necessary. · To plan, direct, coordinate and review the work plan for the Authority; meet with staff to identify and resolve problems; assign work activities, projects and programs; monitor work flow; review and evaluate work products, methods and procedures. · To develop and implement airports capital improvement plans; coordinate all capital improvement planning with Government; prepare government/development partner grant requests for airport capital 2 improvements, involvement of private sector and coordinate major expansion projects with Government. · To develop an effective liaison strategy with airports tenant businesses to foster business growth; market the airports for enhanced business potential and ensure the development of a positive business climate for the airports. 1.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE · Holder of bachelor's degree in engineering, aeronautics, business administration or economics from an accredited college or university. · Posses at least ten (10) years experience in one or more field of engineering, aeronautics, airport management, civil aviation, business administration or economics including five (5) years in the senior management or administrative position. · Has knowledge and experience of air transport sector. · Possession of post graduate diploma or master's degree in business administration or transport management and computer literacy will be added advantage. 1.1.4 GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE FOR THE POST · Successful candidates will be appointed on a five-year contract period (after successful probation) which may be renewable. · Competitive remuneration and other benefits as they may be approved by the Board from time to time. · Other terms and conditions of service are as per the Authority's Staff Benefit Package and as will be reviewed and promulgated from time to time. 1.1.5 REMUNERATION The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with Tanzania Airports Authority's remuneration schemes. 1.1.6 AGE Must be between 45 and 53 years at the time of application. 3 2. DIRECTOR GENERAL - SURFACE AND MARINE TRANSPORT REGULATORY AUTHORITY (SUMATRA) The Director General is the Chief Executive Officer of Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority and reports to the SUMATRA Board. 2.1 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 services in the surface and marine transport sub-sectors. The Director General is the Chief Executive of the Authority responsible for planning, budgeting, organizing, managing and controlling the affairs and activities of the Authority for effective fulfilment of its mission and attainment of strategic outputs. 2.1.1 LOCATION: Dar es Salaam 2.1.2 MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES · To lead the top Management team in formulating the overall business plan and advise the Board of Directors 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. 4 2.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE · Holder of Master's degree in one of the field of management, law, economics, finance or engineering · Posses at least ten (10) years experience in one or more of the field of management, law, economics, finance or engineering. · Has knowledge and experience of the transport sectors at a very senior position · Masters degree in business administration or transport management and computer literacy will be added advantage. 2.1.4 GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE FOR THE POST · Successful candidates will be appointed on a five-year contract period (after successful probation) which may be renewable. · Competitive remuneration and other benefits as they may be approved by the Board from time to time. · Other terms and conditions of service are as per the Authority's Staff Benefit Package and as will be reviewed and promulgated from time to time. · He/she is unlikely to have a conflict of interest in the circumstances described under Section 11 of Act. No. 9 of 2001 (CAP 413 R.E. 2002). 2.1.5 REMUNERATION The successful candidate will be offered remunerations commensurate with the Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority's remuneration schemes. 2.1.6 AGE Applicants must be between 45 and 55 years of age at the time of application. 3. THE INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANCY ARUSHA The Institute of Accountancy Arusha (IAA) is an Institution under the Ministry of Finance which was established by Act. No.1 of 1990. IAA has been registered and accredited with the National Accreditation Council for Technical Education (NACTE) since June 2004 as an Institute of higher learning mandated to conduct training programmes. The Institution operates semi autonomously in 5 providing education and training in the fields of Accountancy, Banking and Finance, Business Administration, Computer Science, Information Technology, Procurement and Logistics, Tax Administration and other business related disciplines. 3.1 DEPUTY RECTOR OR DEPUTY PRINCIPAL ACADEMIC, RESEARCH AND CONSULTANCY - READVERTISED Deputy Rector/Deputy Principal Academic, Research Consultancy reports to the Rector Institute of Accountancy Arusha. 3.1.1 MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES A Deputy Rector/|Principal Academic, Research and Consultancy shall: · Be responsible to the Rector/Principal in respect of such matters of technical education and administration. · 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 recommend future programmes; · Prepare and recommend appropriate budgets for the Academic Directorate; · Oversee research and consultancy activities of the Institute; · Coordinate the development and establishment of academic programmes and management of academic resources; · Deputise for the Rector/Principal during the Rector/Principal's absence from office; and · Oversee admission and examination regulations. 3.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE 6 · A PhD holder of higher academic standing (Senior Lecturer) with credentials for categorisation as an Associate Professor for higher learning institution; and · Outstanding academic and administrative experience of at least five years in a reputable institution and capability in the area of IAA education and training. 3.1.3 TENURE OF OFFICE A Deputy Rector/Deputy Principal Academic, Research and consultancy of IAA shall hold office for a term of four years and may be re-appointed consecutively for one more term of four years. 3.1.4 REMUNERATION Attractive salary and incentive package in accordance with the Institution's Salary Scales 3.2 DEPUTY RECTOR OR DEPUTY PRINCIPAL PLANNING, FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION - READVERTISED Deputy Rector/Deputy Principal Planning, Finance and Administration reports to the Rector Institute of Accountancy Arusha. 3.2.1 MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES A Deputy Rector/Deputy Principal Planning, Finance and Administration shall: · Head the 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 Rector/Principal for the general administration and personnel management of the institute; · Advise the Rector/Principal on all administrative, legal, personnel and financial matters; 7 · Be responsible for formulating accounting policies and procedures of the institute; · Prepare and submit budgets and Financial Statements; and · Plan, direct, organise, monitor and control the recruitment, deployment and development of all staff in the institute. 3.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE · A PhD holder of higher academic standing (Senior Lecturer) with credentials for categorisation as an Associate Professor for higher learning institution; and · Outstanding academic and administrative experience of at least five years in a reputable institution and capability in the area of IAA education and training. 3.2.3 TENURE OF OFFICE A Deputy Rector/Principal Planning Finance and Accounts of IAA shall hold office for a term of four years and may be re-appointed consecutively for one more term of four years. 3.2.4 REMUNERATION Attractive salary and incentive package in accordance with the Institution's Salary Scales 4. PRESIDENT'S OFFICE, PLANNING COMMISSION 4.1 PRINCIPAL OFFICER [SOCIAL SERVICES; DEMOGRAPHICS] - (1 VACANCY - READVERTISED) She/he will report to the Deputy Executive Secretary – Social Services and Demographics Cluster. S/he will be responsible of formulating, monitoring and evaluating policies and strategies in relation with social series development and provide technical advice to the DES-SSD to ensure that social services are developed to the required quality and easily accessible to the majority of Tanzania to the outlined development path of the Tanzania Development Vision 2015. 4.1.1 MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 8 · Take the lead in the identification of key challenges and priority agenda in the area of social service provision/demographics in Tanzania. · Review/analyze/research on social services/demographics so as to advise the Government on available options to hasten sustainable economic growth and development; · Articulate inter-sectoral policies and strategies necessary for existence of required social attributes towards attainment of the envisaged national social and economic prosperity; · Facilitate the monitoring & evaluation and advise the Government on the implementation of policies on social services and related strategies; · Facilitate the identification, analysis, and determination of gaps in resources (human, financial time, facilities and information) as well as planning for their availability in human development agenda; · Facilitate the determination, preparation and execution of sectoral research projects in the social services sectors and dynamics of demography · Prepare the stakeholder consultations on the analytical agenda; · Prepare the dissemination of resulting reports/information to relevant sector ministries, independent departments and other stakeholder institutions; · Prepare research outputs into position papers for presentation to the Economic Committee of the Cabinet or other decision making forum; · Prepare inputs for the Planning Commission's strategic plan and budget; · Prepare periodic reports on the work of the sub-cluster; · Perform/supervise any other relevant tasks as may be assigned by the Deputy Executive Secretary 4.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE · Masters Degree or its equivalent from recognized higher learning institution in the disciplines such as Economics, Public Health or 9 Epidemiology, Human Resource Planning, Education or Statistics, Demography, Regional/Urban Planning. · Experience of at least five (5) years at senior level in any relevant field including policies and strategies formulation and analysis. · Good knowledge of current national, regional and local issues and perspectives with regard to social services. · Familiar with ongoing initiatives and best practices with regard to social services planning (preferably education, health and human resource planning), including but not limited to statute, policies, strategies, programmes and projects. · Modelling embued with analytical, trajectory and report writing skills, and · Knowledge of social science statistical software application will be an added advantage. 4.3 SENIOR OFFICER - (TRANSPORT; ENERGY; STRATEGY RESOURCES; INNOVATION) - PRESIDENT'S OFFICE, PLANNING COMMISSION (1 VACANCY- READVERTISED) She/He will be responsible for identifying and analyzing growth potentials and strategies of the transport sector. Also articulate transport sector policies and strategies necessary for activating the growth potentials of the sector. She/he will establish strategic interfaces between productive, commercial and economic service sectors. She/he will monitor, evaluate and advise on implementation of sector growth strategies and coordinate preparation of strategic plans. 4.2.1 MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES · Manage, organize and direct collection, processing, analysis and publication of economic data relevant to the sub-sector; · Coordinate economic research and analysis including report writing to support delivery of Infrastructure and Services Cluster mandate; · Contribute to review, and development of sector policies, strategies, procedures, guidelines and manual developments; · Evaluate the benefits and costs of different scheme options or strategies. 10 · Coordinate and consolidate the planning of the analytical agenda by identifying and determining the needed human, financial time, facilities and information resources; · prepare the stakeholder consultations on the analytical agenda; · Prepare the dissemination of resulting reports/information to relevant sector ministries, independent departments and other stakeholder institutions; · Prepare research outputs into position papers for presentation to the Economic committee of the Cabinet or other decision making forum; · Coordinate inputs for the Cluster's plan and budget; · Prepare periodic reports on the work of the sub-cluster; and · Perform/supervise and other relevant tasks as may be assigned by the Principal Officer Infrastructure. 4.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE · Degree or its equivalent from recognised higher learning institution in the disciplines such as Highway Engineering, Transport Economics, Planning and Statistics. · Masters in project Management, Policy analysis or in any of the above discipline will be an added advantage. She/he should be registered with professional boards/Association. · Knowledge in macroeconomics will be an added advantage. · Ability to communicate clearly and logically in writing and verbally. · Strong interpersonal skills · Ability to work independently, accurately under tight schedules. · Have to be computer literate. · Experience of at least three (3) years at senior position in relevant field of transportation and involved in policies and strategies formulation and analysis. 6. NATIONAL IDENTIFICATION AUTHORITY (NIDA) NIDA's core functions include Identification and Registration of Persons, Issuance and Management ID Cards, Management and Maintenance of Persons register, and Provision of Information from the register. 11 5.1 SENIOR STATISTICS OFFICER – READVERTISED (1 POSITION) Reports to: Manager/Planning Research and Statistics 5.1.1 MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES · Design and implement surveys to collect statistical data for the use in business planning. · Analyze statistical data and prepare reports to communicate results accurately and clearly to managers and employees. · Develop and maintain a statistical database for use by organization and its employees · Maintain and develop comprehensive and up to date knowledge of statistical techniques and development to ensure that any analysis carried out is based on the best and most up to date information and method. · Develop and maintain contacts with external sources to ensure that the best possible information is gained and to provide effective advice to managers and staff. · Represent the organization at external meetings and conferences on statistical issues, ensuring that a positive image of the organization is promoted. · Maintain a comprehensive database of relevant economic information. · Respond to enquiries from managers and relevant external bodies relating to statistical data in the organization and the sectors. 5.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS Holder of Masters Degree or Postgraduate Diploma in Statistics or Economics from a recognized University; computer literate with working experience in the area of statistical analysis for not less than seven years; Thorough knowledge on the issues concerning registration of population, Research and analysis skills and Good interpersonal skills. 6. THE INSTITUTE OF JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION – LUSHOTO The Institute of Judicial Administration – Lushoto is a Public Institution established by an Act of Parliament No.3 of 1998, (now Cap. 405 R.E 2002), 12 the major roles of the Institute is to offer and conduct training programmes in legal disciplines and also to make research and consultancy. 6.1 ASSISTANT LECTURER (RECORDS AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT) – (2 POSTS) REPORTS TO: DEPUTY RECTOR ACADEMICS, RESEARCH AND CONSULTANCY 6.1.1 MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES · Teaching up to NTA level 6 (Ordinary Diploma); · Conducting lectures, research, tutorials and seminars; · Preparing learning resources for tutorial exercises; · Working in cooperation with senior members of staff on specific projects such as research and consultancy; · Preparing teaching manuals. 6.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE Holder of a first degree in Social Science Disciplines with at least Upper Second class and must possess a Masters Degree in Records and information Management specialised in legal records with at least one year working experience. 6.1.3 REMUNERATION · Entry point should be within the current Parastatal Higher Teachers Scale - PHTS 13 with other terms and conditions of the Public Services. · Fringe benefits such as housing are provided. 6.3 SENIOR ESTATES OFFICER GRADE II – (1 POST) REPORTS TO: Human Resources and Administrative Manager 6.2.1 MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES · Heading the Estates Management Unit; · Providing specialised advice and service to the Estates Management development at the Institute; · Assisting in formulating policies on Estates' Management; 13 · Assisting in developing objectives and plans and installing systems and procedures relating to Estates Management; · Participating in the development and implementation of training programmes for Estates staff; · Providing consultancy service in Estates Management; · Making feasibility students and evaluates the viability of proposed projects in Estates Management; · Maintaining coordinative work contacts with building staff of the Estates Unit; · Performing any other duties as may be assigned by one's reporting officer. 6.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE Holder of first degree or Advanced Diploma in Environment Engineering, Architecture, Building Economics, Civil Engineering, Land Management and Valuation with relevant working experience of at least six (6) years. 6.2.3 REMUNERATION Entry point should be in the line with current Parastatal Organisation Pay Scale - PGSS 12 with other terms and conditions of the Public Services. 7. THE NATIONAL AUDIT OFFICE (NAO) 7.1 NATURE AND SCOPE National Audit Office of the United Republic of Tanzania is established under Article 143 of the Constitution of 1977 (Revised 2005). By virtue of the provisions of Article 143 of the Constitution and Section 45 of the Local Government Finances Act No. 9 of 1982 (revised 2000) together with Section 9 of the Public Audit Act No. 11 of 2008, the Controller and Auditor General carries out financial audits for the purpose of establishing the financial performance of any expenditure or use of resources in the Public Institutions including local Government Authorities which involves enquiring, examining, investigating and reporting in so far as considered necessary. 14 The Regional and Local Authorities Division of NAO Audits Government Revenue collection and Expenditures as appropriated by parliament to Local Government Authorities to enhance transparency and accountability in the management of Public resources. 7.2 AUDITOR GRADE II (100 POSITIONS – UPCOUNTRY REGIONAL AUDIT OFFICES) 7.2.1 MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Audit Government Revenue and expenditure; participate in preparation and implementation of work plan and audit programs, to assist in preparing the implementation programme of Annual Audit Plan, to assist in preparing and implementing audit programme and plans and Keeping different records of Account in the Office. 7.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS A holder of Bachelor Degree of Accounting and Finance or Advanced Diploma in Accountancy from any recognized institution. Use of computer and application of various soft wares such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint will be an essential requirement. 7.3 COMPUTER SYSTEMS ANALYST GRADE II – (2 POSITIONS) 7.3.1 MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Keeping records of current systems and techniques of doing work, providing Technical support in the Office and implementing chat/scheme of procedures of system information behaviours and computer control, maintain and updates inventory of all hardware as well as software packages and Ensuring security of access to computer systems. 7.3.2 QUALIFICATIONS Holder of Bachelor Degree/Advanced Diploma in Computer Science from any recognized Higher Learning Institution. 15 7.3.3 COMPETENCIES Applicants for all positions should be persons of high integrity, creative; self motivated and have both analytical and good communication skills, as well as proficiency in both Kiswahili and English Language. 8. THE NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL OF TANZANIA The National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) is a Government Institution which is under the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training. NECTA was established by the Parliamentary Act No. 21 of 1973 to undertake the responsibility of examinations objectives and functions as provided for in the Act. NECTA's Mission is to contribute to national development through a fair, efficient and effective national examinations and educational assessment system that provide high quality stakeholders service through competent and motivated staff. 8.1 BINDER II (2 POSITIONS) REPORTS TO: Head of Section 8.1.1 MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES · Hand Binds; · Operates machines e.g. guillotine and book pressing machines; · Collates, cuts and trims; · Assembles all printed material into finished printed products; · Performs any other duties as assigned by his/her superior. 8.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS Holder of CSEE who has successfully completed one year course in binding or who has attained Trade Test III in binding from recognized Institution. 8.1.3 SALARY SCALE Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution's Salary Scales - NECTASS 2 8.2 COMPUTER PROGRAMMER II (1 POSITION) REPORTS TO: Head of Section 8.2.1 MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 16 · Assists in training technical support staff; · Evaluates, implements and documents enhancements; · Assists in identifying system platform, components and dependencies; · Identifies software maintenance requirements; · Performs any other duties relevant to the functions of NECTA as assigned by his/her superiors. 8.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS Holder of First Degree in Computer Science/Information Technology or equivalent qualifications from a recognized Institution. 8.2.3 SALARY SCALE Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution's Salary Scales - NECTASS 7 8.3 NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR II (1 POSITION) REPORTS TO: Head of Section 8.3.1 MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES · Designs, installs and configures LAN and WAN infrastructure; · Reviews LAN and WAN architecture; · Tests network equipment and devices; · Implements network security plan; · Performs network troubleshooting and maintenance; · Monitors network traffic; · Performs any other duties relevant to NECTA's functions as assigned by his superiors. 8.3.2 QUALIFICATIONS Holder of First Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering/Electronics or equivalent qualifications from a recognised Institution. 8.3.3 SALARY SCALE Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution's Salary Scales - NECTASS 7 17 8.4 COMPUTER TECHNICIAN II (2 POSITIONS) REPORTS TO: Head of Section 8.4.1 MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES · Inspect and connect new equipment(s) as approved. · Configure systems and install/update systems and applications software. · Install and configure security software such as firewalls and anti-virus tools. · Install configure and troubleshoot internet connections. · Connect computers to wired and wireless local area networks. · Test new systems to ensure that they are in working order. · Performs any other duties as assigned by his/her superiors. 8.4.2 QUALIFICATIONS Basic Certificate in Computer Science/ Computer Technician Certificate (NTA Level 4) from a recognized and registered Institution by NACTE. 8.4.3 SALARY SCALE Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution's Salary Scales - NECTAS 5 8.5 STATISTICIAN (1 POST) 8.5.1 MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES · Participates in analysis of examinations administered by NECTA; · Participates in data collection and analysis for various examinations processes; · Designs simple forms or instruments for collecting relevant data; · Maintains and up-dates examinations data registers; · Assists in carrying out computation of statistical parameters and various indices of items/questions and other examinations. · Assist in data collection, analysis and production of statistical tables. · Collects, tabulates, analyses and interprets various examinations data. · Organises index and document item/question and other Examinations Statistics. · Maintains data Registry. 18 · Performs any other duties relevant to the functions of NECTA as assigned by his/her superiors 8.5.2 QUALIFICATIONS First Degree in Computer Science, Statistics, Research and Evaluation or equivalent qualification in related fields and must be computer literate with good analytical skills. 8.5.3 SALARY SCALE Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution's Salary Scales - NECTASS 6 GENERAL CONDITIONS i. All applicants have to be Citizens of Tanzania ii. Applicants have to attach current Curriculum Vitae (CV) iii. Applicants should observe the age limit indicated for each position. iv. The title of the position applied for should be marked on the envelope; short of which will make the application invalid. v. Applicants have to attach their detailed certified copies of Academic certificates, one recent passport size picture and birth certificate. vi. Applicants for senior positions currently employed in the public service should route their application letters through their respective employers. vii. 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 issued 30th November 2010. viii.Applicants should indicate three reputable referees with their reliable contacts. ix. Testimonials Partial transcripts and results slips will not be accepted. x. This advert is also found in Presidents Office - Public Service Management - Home and PMORALG - Home - xi. Certificates from foreign Universities should be verified by Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) xii. Dead line for application is , 24th May, 2011 at 3:30 p.m xiii.Application letters should be written in English and sent to the following address: 19 Secretary, Public Service Recruitment Secretariat, P.O. Box 63100, DAR ES SALAAM.