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Part time webmaster needed: Tanganyika law society

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    The Tanganyika Law Society (TLS) is the professional, membership-based organisation for practising and non-practising lawyers in Tanzania Mainland. The TLS prime objective is to further the rule of law by managing all the affairs of its members and advising both the government and the public in all matters pertaining to the law.

    The Tanganyika Law Society invites applications from suitably qualified and self-motivated Tanzanians to fill the position of a Webmaster who will manage the society’s website Welcome to Tanganyika Law Society official website on a part time basis.

    The TLS Webmaster’s role is to coordinate the planning, maintenance, and accessibility of website content in a way that ensures it meets standards agreed upon by TLS.

    Tasks to be performed:
    • Coordinate with content creators from across the organization for updates of content.
    • Liaise with external website Host Company on hardware and software issues that affect the Web site and its availability.
    • Develop, implement, and adhere to a regular Web site maintenance policies and procedures, including update/maintenance schedules, to ensure site accuracy and timeliness.
    • Assess competing web sites as regards content, look and feel, and functionality, and make improvement recommendations to TLS.
    • Ensure a consistent look and feel across the Web site by promoting uniform fonts, formatting, icons, images, and layout, and creating appropriate templates to assist content authors.
    • Find, diagnose, and fix Web site problems, including broken links (both internal and external), typographical errors, and formatting inconsistencies.
    • Analyze report on, and take action on web site user feedback and web site traffic.
    • Help create and maintain a reference archive for older versions of the Web site and its content.
    • Keep track of when renewals are due, order new domain names and liaise with TLS for renewals.

    • A degree or Advanced Diploma in the field of computer science and/or 3 years equivalent work experience
    • Comprehensive experience with all aspects of Web site content management.
    • Knowledge of Dream weaver applications & coding with HTML,
    • Strong understanding of communications, marketing, and customer service principles.
    • Experience with computer graphics and multimedia design.
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
    • Must be able to work a flexible schedule in order to meet the TLS needs.
    Salary and benefits:
    The fee payable to the successful candidate will be negotiable depending on the candidate’s qualification and experience.

    Mode of application:
    If you feel that you meet these requirements and you wish to join a dynamic and self-motivated team, apply in confidence by enclosing an application letter, a detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV), relevant copies of your certificates. Enclose also the names and addresses of two referees together with a telephone number where you can be reached.

    A hard copy of the application should reach the TLS not later than 12 May 2009, addressed to: Chairperson, Research and Publications Committee, Tanganyika Law Society, IPS Building, 9th Floor, P.O Box 2148, Dar es Salaam. You can also apply online at