Sunday, 22 October 2017

Public Relations and Protocol Officer III -1 Post


The Bank of Tanzania, an equal opportunity employer and Tanzania’s central bank, is looking for suitably qualified young Tanzanian citizens of high personal integrity to fill the following vacant position at the Head Office.

Following Bank’s review of its staff establishment, all job positions that were advertised in 2015 have been cancelled. The Bank is hereby-advertising new job position that reflects the current staff establishment requirement:


Position: Public Relations and Protocol Officer III -1 Post 
Reports to: Head of Division
Contract type: Unspecified period


Job Purpose:
To organize and deliver key information to clients and stakeholders through electronic media.


Key Performance Areas:
a) Organise Bank’s engagement with the media.
b) Manage, maintain and produce content for the Bank website, including multimedia content.
c) Take photos (still and video) during Bank’s events and maintain photographic records.
d) Manage, edit and produce content for the Bank’s social media platforms.
e) Monitor and prepare responses to issues raised by the media/stakeholders.
f) Participate in the organisation and preparation of various functions hosted by the Bank.
g) Summarise news from local and foreign media on various key issues.
h) Provide inputs for development and review of policies and procedures relating to the activities of division/department.
i) Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by Assistant Manager.


Academic Qualifications and Experience
 Holder of a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication, Marketing, Journalism or its equivalent from a recognized university.
 Must have hands-on experience in managing websites, and social media platforms
 Must have at least two (2) years of relevant working experience

Key Competencies
 Advanced Adobe Creative Suite experience (InDesign and Photoshop)
 Advanced Microsoft Office experience (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).
 Excellent writing and verbal communication skills

General Conditions:
a) Applicants should apply on the strengths of the information given in this advertisement.
b) Applicants must submit duly signed employment application letter
c) Applicants must attach the following:
i. Certified copies of Degree or Advanced Diploma certificates.
ii. Certified copies of Form IV and Form VI National Examination Certificates.
iii. Certified Computer applications certificates
iv. Certified birth certificate.
v. One recent passport size.
d) Form IV, form VI results slips and provisional transcripts are strictly not accepted.
e) Applicants should indicate two reputable referees with their reliable contacts.
f) Applicants must submit updated Curriculum Vitae (CV) having reliable contact address, email and telephone numbers.
g) Certificates from foreign examination bodies for ordinary and advanced level education should be accredited by the National Examination Council of Tanzania (NECTA).
h) Certificates from foreign Universities should be accredited by Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU).
i) Applicants are required to disclose relevant information in their applications. Giving false or incomplete information will lead to disqualification at any time during the recruitment process or after appointment.
j) Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.


How to Apply:
Interested applicants must submit duly signed application letter, Curriculum Vitae (CV) and certified certificates to the following address:

Deputy Governor,
Administration and Internal Controls,
Bank of Tanzania,
2 Mirambo Street,
11884 DAR ES SALAAM.


Closing Date and Time: 27th October, 2017 at 16.00 pm.

Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Officer


The Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) is a private, non-denominational, international development agency Promoting. creative- and effective solutions to selected problems that impede- social and economic development in parts of Africa and Asia. AKF-Tanzania is part of the AKF-EastAfrica regional structure that supports programmes in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, ln Tanzania, AKF is managing a robust and expanding portfolio of multi-sectorial initiatives that includes programmes in inclusive economic development health, nutrition, early childhood development, education and civil society strengthening. AKF operations are currently being carried out in Dar-es-salaam, Mtwara, Lindi, Arusha, Mwanza, Morogoro and Zanzibar.

AKF is looking for a competent and committed Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Officer with strong multi-disciplinary M&E skills to manage the monitoring and evaluation activities of the post-harvest rice project (Enhancing the Competitiveness of Smallholder farmers) and contribute specialist skills to the broader monitoring and evaluation functions.


Project Background:
Aga Khan Foundation Tanzania is working towards strengthening capacities of smallholder rice farmers and famer groups to 'enhance productivity and reduce postharvest losses in Morogoro region. AKF will implement the rice value chain project to enhance productivity, reduce post-harvest losses, facilitate value chain actors to enhance business services, improve infrastructure and management of post-harvest storage facilities, collective marketing, value addition and market linkages. 'The overall objective is to increase competitiveness and improve post-harvest value chain efficiencies among smallholder farmers in the rice sector.


Specific responsibilities include:
Develop monitoring and evaluation systems and tools for monitoring project activities (process), outputs and outcomes based on agreed indicators.
Develop and manage project's M&E plans in coordination with project staff, both in the project office and based in the field.
Undertake all M&E related field activities including baseline and end line surveys, performance monitoring and data quality supportive supervision.
Monitor project progress towards achieving results and advise on
programmatic adjustments.
Build capacity of project teams on M&E-related issues and provide guidance and technical support in all matters pertaining to data collection, quality assurance, analysis and presentation.
Compile and maintain a project database to inform progress toward outcomes for internal and donor reports. Review all project reports to ensure that information on indicators is accurate, relevant and well presented.
Facilitate and coordinate project progress presentations to ensure' availability and better utilization of data for decision-making during management and project review meetings.
Synthesise lessons learnt and best practices and share the lessons learnt to enable strategy review.
Actively participate in a broad range of M&E functions as part of the project's MERL team and as may be directed from time to time by the Project Manager.


Qualifications/Experience:
A bachelor's degree preferably in agricultural economics, rural development, statistics, community development or an elated subject
At least 5 years of professional experience in M&E, preferably in rural development projects
Knowledge of Result/Based Management and Logical frameworks; ability to develop M&E frameworks and data' collection tools is mandatory
Knowledge of Market Systems/M4P approach is an added advantage
Proven skills in quantitative data collection, and analysis using Excel, SPSS, Access or other data management/analysis software
Supreme attention to detail and capacity to deliver quality data and information
A demonstrated ability to manage enumeration and research teams in the field, willingness to participate in field activities/surveys and travel to remote areas within the region
Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English, with Swahili an advantage
A flexible team player, willing to learn and mentor others
Good contextual knowledge of local issues, community priorities, organizational relationships, social and cultural constraints and realities, and environmental conditions.


How To Apply:
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, CV (not exceeding four pages) and the names and contact information of three referees before close of business by 31st October 2017, to Country Human Resources Manager, Aga Khan Foundation, Tanzania, bye-mail to recruit.akftz@akfea.org. 

Please mention the title of the position in your email and do not attach any document other than the CV and cover letter.

Qualified Female candidates are highly encouraged to apply

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

The Aga Khan Foundation is an Agency of the Aga Khan Development Network.

Head of Internal Audit


NIC Bank Tanzania is a Commercial Bank licensed by Bank of Tanzania to carry on banking business across a network of Branches.

NICBTZ is looking for committed, self-driven, dynamic and competent qualified candidates to fill the following vacancy;- Head of Internal Audit

Reporting: Board Audit Committee and administratively to the Managing Director

Principal Purpose:
To carry out independent assessment of business and operational risks and review internal control systems, records and processes and make appropriate recommendations on the adequacy of internal controls to ensure proper, economic, efficient and effective use of the bank's resources.
To champion the formulation and implementation of the internal audit strategic plan and execute the annual audit plan through provision of quality leadership of the Internal Audit department.
It involves conducting an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value to NIC Bank Group's operations. Emphasis is on evaluation and improvement of effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.

Key Responsibilities:
Formulate 'and implement the audit strategy to evaluate the standards of risk management, accuracy of the records, procedures and control systems throughout the bank
Assess and advice on internal control systems and risk in all business and operational areas of the bank including review of the suitability and reliability of management information systems.
Design, review and continually update risk based audit procedures and compliance tests to monitor performance of all profit f cost centers against corporate targets and budgets. Review procedures, processes and records to ensure they are in line with the bank's objectives and appraise policies and plans of activities, departments and functions under audit review.
Audit the strategic business units and departments of the bank as per approved Annual Audit Plan.
Identify the potential high risk areas of the bank with the view to give them more weight in terms of audit timings, frequency and resources.
Ensure that the Internal Audit function complies with sound internal audit-standards with appropriate code of ethics.
Examine and evaluate the adequacy and effectiveness of the system of internal controls.
Review the application and effectiveness of risk management procedures and risk assessment methodologies.
Review the adequacy of management information system.
Review the accuracy and reliability of the accounting records and financial reports.
Review the system of assessing capital in relation to assessment and estimation of risks.
Assess the efficiency of the usage of resources.
Review the system established by the Management to ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements, code of conduct and the implementation of policies and procedures.
Carry out special investigations.
Liaise with departmental heads to ensure that audit findings and recommendations were fully implemented.
Prepare audit reports to be submitted to the BAC on quarterly basis.
Liaise with external auditors and other regulatory monitoring agencies and implement recommendations to improve controls, promote growth and ensure compliance with the law,

Qualifications, Knowledge and Experience
Degree in Finance, Banking or Accounting with relevant professional training in Risk Management
Minimum 8 years' working experience senior management level.
CPA or equivalent and be registered Board of Accountancy and Auditors, ACCA, ClSA is mandatory
Ability to anticipate and mitigate risk Management Policies
Excellent knowledge of International Accounting and Audit Standards, Legislations
Good understanding of the regulatory issues, reporting and operational requirement as provided by the regulators
Decisiveness, resilience and good presentation skills
Leadership Skills, Team Building and ability to train, develop and mentor staff

Remuneration
NIC Bank Tanzanias an equal opportunity employer. The Bank offers an attractive remuneration package, career development opportunities and an excellent working environment.


How To Apply:
Application letter with detailed curriculum vitae must be sent by email to careers@nicgroup.com before 3rd November 2017.

Regulated by Bank of Tanzania NIC Bank Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of NIC Bank Group Plc.

Head of Risk Management and Compliance


NIC Bank Tanzania is a Commercial Bank licensed by Bank of Tanzania to carry on banking business across a network of Branches.

NICBTZ is looking for committed, self-driven, dynamic and competent qualified candidates to fill the following vacancy;- Head of Risk Management and Compliance

Reporting: Managing Director and Board Risk Management Committee

Principal Purpose:
To support the BRMC and Managing Director, in developing and implementing an integrated Bank Risk Management Framework that manages its strategic, tactical and operational objectives in a controlled environment with balanced risk portfolios and ensuring the Bank is rewarded appropriately for those risks.

Key Responsibilities:
Comprehensively list key risks identified through independent reviews of the business/support functions, & internal/external/BOT audits of the Bank
Highlight significant co-relationships between key risks
Develop, get approved' & implement appropriate management dash-boards/traffic lights, stages & absolute tolerance levels/limits for key risks
Develop and implement appropriate measurement metrics, models & MIS for each key risk and comparisons to industry best practice
Review & update relevant measurement metrics/models in line with the dynamic external & internal environments
Provide appropriate M.IS (including their quantum, direction & trends) to Senior Management and BRMC for review and action
Periodically track actual & trend analysis of key risk measurement results against approved tolerance levels.
Extract exceptions from the measurement results, agree & set mitigation strategies for the-key risks identified (ie. accept but limit, transfer/insure, avoid where tolerance is NIL, accept where minimal).
Follow up for implementation of corrective action on exceptions to approved tolerance levels
Review major changes in markets, products, business lines, processes, technology, amongst others, ensuring compliance to approved tolerance levels before roll-out
Periodically report the Bank's risk profile using approved MIS, Metrics & Models
Report all exceptions of approved risk tolerance levels to BRMC/Senior
Management while outlining the agreed corrective actions & their implementation timelines
Confirm corrective actions attained to close risk gaps
Provide appropriate feed-back to the Board Audit & Compliance
Committee for an effective control environment during audit programs implementation
Develop an appropriate and Regulator/Basel Accord compliant ICAAP.
Implement the ICAAP (including a Stress Testing) model to arrive at appropriate minimum Economic Capital levels for the Bank
Periodically & continuously test/review the ICAAP to ensure it provides acceptable buffers to key risk shocks
Develop & continuously review the relevant Key Risk Policies as required by regulators/Basel Accord/ERM,
Continuously review all new & existing Bank operating
Policies/Procedures for their control appropriateness with relation to approved tolerance levels
Develop, implement & continuously review an appropriate Compliance
Risk Management structure, policies and processes covering legal/regulatory, policies, ethical/code of conduct standards for the Bank
Develop and implement KYC, AML, Suspicious Transactions, Legal/Regulatory and Policy Compliance functional tasks
Develop and implement periodic compliance plans and train/create awareness, test, review plus report to ensure this risk is managed appropriately
Liaison with Correspondent Banks and other counterparty relationships for KYC/AML and managing queries or issues raised therein
Review emerging legal/regulatory requirements and counsel/train the relevant business or support functions to create awareness and strategies/policies/processes ensuring timely compliance to envisaged legal changes,
Liaison with regulators for purposes of External Audit Reviews,
Compliance Reporting and supervise the follow-up of corrective compliance actions by business & support units on issues highlighted by regulators.
Develop, implement & review an appropriate Risk Management & Compliance structure that adequately captures and controls the Bank's key risks through an acceptable Risk Management Framework
Train & create staff awareness to departmental and Bank staff on acceptable risk & compliance practices/cultures while ensuring compliance to approved policy and regulatory tolerance levels
Supervise, coach and mentor staff reporting to this function

Qualifications, Knowledge and Experience
Degree in Business Management: Accounting Economics, Commerce, and Finance or related fields (MBA will be an added advantage)
Qualifications in Risk Management. Credit Management, Treasury Management, Operational Risk Management, Compliance Risk Management, and related fields will be an added advantage.
Over 10 years of all-round working experience in a banking environment at risk, corporate audit, credit management, central operations, treasury, amongst others,5 of which must be at senior management level and in particular credit, operations and treasury functions.
In depth understanding of the workings in various functions of the Bank's set up ie. full Credit Management process, Branch & Central Operations, Trade Finance, Treasury Management (front, middle & back-office), Credit Operations (incl. Securities & Credit Administration), Capital/Money Markets & Insurance Fields.
Ability to analyse, interpret and draw conclusions! recommendations based on financial statements while combining this with other strategic, tactical and 6perational data or analytical information on the Bank

Remuneration
NIC Bank Tanzania an equal opportunity employer. The Bank offers an attractive remuneration package, career development opportunities and an excellent working environment.


How To Apply:
Application letter with detailed curriculum vitae must be sent by email to careers@nicgroup.com before 3rd November 2017.

Regulated by Bank of Tanzania NIC Bank Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of NIC Bank Group Plc.

Relationship Manager - 2 posts


NIC Bank Tanzania is a Commercial Bank licensed by Bank of Tanzania to carry on banking business across a network of Branches.

NICBTZ is looking for committed, self-driven, dynamic and competent qualified candidates to fill the following vacancy;- Relationship Manager - 2 posts

Reporting: Head of Corporate Banking

Principal Purpose:
To provide powerful leadership, deliver exceptional branch growth, customer service and profitability, through identifying and developing business opportunities for all NIC Bank products to include; Personal Banking, Business Banking, Asset finance, IB, Corporate, Bank Assurance with the intention of monitoring acceptable credit risk and maximizing the bank's return from each client.
Identify, cultivate and develop business relationships with clientele from the bank's segmental market.

Key Responsibilities:
Create and manage corporate banking relationships and ensure optimal sells to all customers being treasury customers or corporate by way of joint calls and cross selling.
Identify and develop new business proposals efficiently and expeditiously to ensure that potential new business opportunities with existing and new clients are exploited to achieve budgets
Formulate and implement sales plan/strategy for the Branch aimed at increasing new business and share of wallet form existing client
To manage customer relationships to ensure retention by making sure that all any other issues are resolved within reasonable and agreed time
Assess and recommend high quality credit facilities for clients and potential clients and thereafter oversee completion of all related security documentation with a view to maximizing earnings and minimizing bad debts. The full process to be handled in a professional and efficient manner and in conformity with Credit Policy requirements
Initiate and monitor Customer/Bank contact at all levels for assigned clients to ensure highest standards of service are maintained. Proactive client relationship management to ensure that all loan covenants are complied with at all times and services delivery to customers is fiawless. Ring-fence existing business to avoid attrition to competition
Generally ensure continued safety and quality of loans and advances portfolio by regularly auditing all security documentation and inspecting assets charged. Carry out facility reviews timely and resolve audit queries within allocated timeframe. Manage daily account excesses and arrears positions to ensure that account conduct is at all times within acceptable standard
Adequacy of personal and interpersonal competency to effectively perform Relationship Management Tasks
Minimization of exposures to and impact of risks associated with KYC, AML and portfolio maintenance.

Qualifications, Knowledge and Experience
At least Bachelor Degree in Business Management, Economics, Finance, Commerce
Professional banking qualifications will be an added advantage.
At least 3-5 years work experience in Corporate Banking or similar business line in Banking.
A comprehensive understanding of Banking market, practical knowledge of Relationship Management.
Strong marketing, lending, negotiating and decision-making ability coupled with good knowledge of bank products, banking regulations and local business practice and backed by good computer skills.
Effective communication skills to manage customer expectations (internal and external) and other stakeholders who impact performance

Remuneration
NIC Bank Tanzania an equal opportunity employer. The Bank offers an attractive remuneration package, career development opportunities and an excellent working environment.

How To Apply:
Application letter with detailed curriculum vitae must be sent by email to careers@nicgroup.com before 3rd November 2017. 

Regulated by Bank of Tanzania NIC Bank Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of NIC Bank Group Plc.

Personal Secretary


Songea Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Authority (SOUWASA) is an Autonomous Government Agency operating under the Ministry of Water and Irrigation. It was established on 1st July, 1997 under Act NO.8 Of 1997 and later on strengthen by Act No. 12 Of 2009. SOUWASA is charged with the overall responsibility of operations, maintenance and management of Water Supply and Sanitation services within Songea Municipality.

Applications are invited from suitable, qualified, dynamic, experienced and performance driven Tanzanians Male and Female to fill in an excellent career opportunity of:

JOB POSITION: PERSONAL SECRETARY - 1 POST

REPORTING TO: Human Resources Officer
TERMS OF SERVICE: Renewable Contract
WORK STATION: Songea Municipality

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Secretary to the Managing Director and responsible for performing all secretarial duties including word processing, taking dictations and notes, up-keep of diaiy and appointments.
Ensuring proper office housekeeping of the Managing Director's office.
Handling all matters that require the highest degree of secrecy.
Discharging routine matters like drafting of replies to letter as directed by the Managing Director and make decisions on routine matters that need not be referred to the Managing Director,
Supervising and directing personal secretaries under his/her control.
Maintaining a diary of appointments for the Managing Director and advising/reminding him about these appointments.
Taking dictations transcribe by word processing and present an accurate and free from error work of signature.
Receiving and answering fax/telex/telephone calls/ intercoms, giving information to callers and Circulating information to appropriate officers.
Filing minutes, correspondence and other documents and maintaining files in secure custody places using laid down office procedures.
Drafting simple letters and other correspondence of a routine nature, accepting or rejecting invitations, acknowledgements, etc.
Relaying verbal messages and instructions from the Managing Director to his subordinates.
Handling delicate matters requiring secrecy.
Performing any other duties as may be assigned by the Managing Director.

Minimum Qualifications Required, Competency and Experience
Must be a Female Tanzanian citizen.
Relevant working experience of at least two (2) years in any reputable organization.
Computer literate
Holder of form IVNI with a diploma in secretarial studies from the recognized training institution.
Good command in English and Kiswahili (Written and Verbal).

Remunerations
Attractive salary within SOUWASA scale


General Condition
All applications should be in written form and have to be enclosed with the following documents:
• Curriculum Vitae.
• Photocopy of certificates of Form IV, VI, University degree,
• Academic Transcript and Birth Certificate.
• Full names and detailed address of three referees (Address should include Mobile Phone, email address and postal address).

Mode of Applications
All applications should be sent to the SOUWASA Registry Office by hand, registered postal office or EMS and be addressed to:

The Managing Director,
Songea Urban Water and Sanitation Authority,
P.O. Box 363,
SONGEA.

Application deadline:  2nd November 2017

NB: ONLY SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED FOR INTERVIEW, AND THOSE WHO WILL NOT HEAR FROM US SHOULD CONSIDER THEMSELVES AS UN SUCCESSFUL.

Records Management I


Songea Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Authority (SOUWASA) is an Autonomous Government Agency operating under the Ministry of Water and Irrigation. It was established on 1st July, 1997 under Act NO.8 Of 1997 and later on strengthen by Act No. 12 Of 2009. SOUWASA is charged with the overall responsibility of operations, maintenance and management of Water Supply and Sanitation services within Songea Municipality.

Applications are invited from suitable, qualified, dynamic, experienced and performance driven Tanzanians Male and Female to fill in an excellent career opportunity of:

JOB POSITION: RECORDS MANAGEMENT I - 1 POST
REPORTING TO: Human Resources Officer
TERMS OF SERVICE: Renewable Contract
WORK STATION: Songea Municipality

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Checks outgoing letters to ensure they have no typographical errors.
Checks letters to ensure they are signed by relevant desk officers.
Checks flimsy file to ensure it is circulated to officers concerned in good time
Ensures that all incoming letters are stamped.
Ensures that all received /outgoing letters have all the attached documents referred to.
Develops individual performance objectives, targets and standards in consultation with the immediate superior as part of the individual performance agreement.
Performs any other, duties related to the above assigned by a Human Resource officer

Minimum Qualifications Required, Competency and Experience .

Must be Tanzanian citizen
Holder of Holder of National Form IV with a Diploma in Records Management or equivalent quajificatlon from recognized institution,
Relevant working experience of at least two (2) years
Computer literate.
Good command in English and Kiswahili (Written and Verbal)

Remunerations
Attractive salary within SOUWASA scale


General Condition
All applications should be in written form and have to be enclosed with the following documents:
• Curriculum Vitae.
• Photocopy of certificates of Form IV, VI, University degree,
• Academic Transcript and Birth Certificate.
• Full names and detailed address of three referees (Address should include Mobile Phone, email address and postal address).

Mode of Applications
All applications should be sent to the SOUWASA Registry Office by hand, registered postal office or EMS and be addressed to:

The Managing Director,
Songea Urban Water and Sanitation Authority,
P.O. Box 363,
SONGEA.

Application deadline:  2nd November 2017

NB: ONLY SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED FOR INTERVIEW, AND THOSE WHO WILL NOT HEAR FROM US SHOULD CONSIDER THEMSELVES AS UN SUCCESSFUL.

Records Management II


Songea Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Authority (SOUWASA) is an Autonomous Government Agency operating under the Ministry of Water and Irrigation. It was established on 1st July, 1997 under Act NO.8 Of 1997 and later on strengthen by Act No. 12 Of 2009. SOUWASA is charged with the overall responsibility of operations, maintenance and management of Water Supply and Sanitation services within Songea Municipality.

Applications are invited from suitable, qualified, dynamic, experienced and performance driven Tanzanians Male and Female to fill in an excellent career opportunity of:

JOB POSITION: RECORDS MANAGEMENT II - 1 POST 

REPORTING TO: Human Resources Officer
TERMS OF SERVICE: Renewable Contract
WORK STATION: Songea Municipality

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Prepares file register.
Receives letters from customers and records them in relevant register.
Stamps all incoming mails.
Forwards received letters to the Managing Director for preview.
Distributes letters to relevant officers for action.
Collects from and takes mail to the post office.
Open mail collected from the post office.
Keeps in safe custody files and documents,
Maintains a record of file movement
Ensures letters have all attached documents referred to.
Affixes envelopes with proper postage stamps
Takes daily note of files in various offices to up-date the file movement register
Circulates flimsy file to concerned officers,
Handling clients with courtesy.
Keeping, maintaining and controlling visitors register and records and issuing a gate pass if necessary.
Performs any other duties related to the above assigned by Human Resource and Administration Officer.

Minimum Qualifications Required, Competency and Experience
Must be Tanzanian citizen
Holder of National Form IV with a certificate in Records
Management or equivalent qualification.
Relevant working experience of at least two (2) years
Computer literate.
Good command in English and Kiswahili (Written and Verbal)

Remunerations
Attractive salary within SOUWASA scale


General Condition
All applications should be in written form and have to be enclosed with the following documents:
• Curriculum Vitae.
• Photocopy of certificates of Form IV, VI, University degree,
• Academic Transcript and Birth Certificate.
• Full names and detailed address of three referees (Address should include Mobile Phone, email address and postal address).

Mode of Applications
All applications should be sent to the SOUWASA Registry Office by hand, registered postal office or EMS and be addressed to:

The Managing Director,
Songea Urban Water and Sanitation Authority,
P.O. Box 363,
SONGEA.

Application deadline:  2nd November 2017

NB: ONLY SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED FOR INTERVIEW, AND THOSE WHO WILL NOT HEAR FROM US SHOULD CONSIDER THEMSELVES AS UN SUCCESSFUL.

Friday, 20 October 2017

Director of Human Resources, and Administration


Engender Health’s vision is Women and Girls First.  The vision is underpinned by the mission, namely catalyzing the value of women and girls by harnessing the power of sexual and reproductive rights and health. EngenderHealth is a leading global women’s health organization committed to ensuring that every pregnancy is planned, every child is wanted, and every mother has the best chance at survival.

TITLE: Director of Human Resources, and Administration

PROGRAM: EngenderHealth
REPORTS TO: Country Representative and Global Director of Human Resources
DUTY STATION:   Dar es Salaam             

Job Summary
Reporting to the Country Representative Tanzania and Global HR Director and the EngenderHealth Tanzania Director of HR and Administration will provide leadership and strategic direction in  support of EngenderHealth/ Tanzania programs, strategic priorities, and associated culture change process through the design, implementation and direction of human resources programs and services to maximize organizational strengths. The Director will deliver integrated programs to enhance compensation practices, organizational effectiveness, staff development, performance management, reward systems, employee relations, and compliance with respective local employment laws.

The Director of HR and Administration has the overall responsibility for country procurement and supply chain management, fleet management, security management and administration services, She/he will work to improve processes and policies, manage administrative staff and play a role in long-term organizational planning.



Responsibilities:
Human Resources

  • Provide overall leadership and technical support to the in-country HR/OD team, or other staff performing those functions in assigned countries, through coaching and mentoring to ensure effective delivery of HR services.
  • Plan, implement, and manage the human resources function, including HR information systems, recruitment, employee relations, regulatory compliance, compensation, benefits, staff development, performance management system and employee communications.
  • Participate in strategic planning meetings for organization effectiveness and individual business units to meet organizational goals.
  • Provide HR technical expertise on business strategies, human resources processes and organizational policies and practices.
  • Develop, implement, review and monitor the HR/OD Country Annual Operational Plan and facilitate HR Budget guidelines to incorporate in the annual organization budget.
  • Provide leadership in conducting surveys and benchmarks that will ensure that EH stay competitive within the labour market.
  • Establish strategic networks with key international NGOs and other supporting agencies at the national and international level to keep updated with changes in external environment.
  • Design, review and recommend HR policies, systems, guidelines in alignment with the local labor law and the Partnership standards for approval by senior leadership and establish procedures and processes to carry out policies and serve the needs of the organization and employees.
  • Provide technical support and services in business development / program expansion and scale down. Maintain close and effective personal working relationships at all levels: the EngenderHealth Country programs, Regional team and NY HR team.
  • Effectively supervise Human Resource Officer, Admin Manager and other staff and Human Resource and Administation portfolio with an emphasis on excellence, promoting a culture of cooperation, learning, creativity and innovation. 
  • Ensure staff compliance with all EngenderHealth administrative and operational procedures and policies, as well as applicable donor regulations.
  • Conduct annual staff performance reviews
  • Consults with business partners and Project Directors within Tanzania and other assigned EngenderHealth East Africa offices  to provide specialist advice and support related to recruitment, employee relations, regulatory compliance, compensation, benefits, staff development, performance management system and employee communications.



Administration

  • Responsible for office daily administration activities to improve processes and policies, manage administrative staff and play a role in long-term organizational planning.
  • Office management: manages the overall daily office operations, negotiates contracts, manages vendor relationships, primary liaison to building landlord and oversees office operating procedures.
  • Develop and manage the procurement unit including setting targets and monitoring performance
  • Establish new processes and system for effective procurement across the organization; develop procurement vision and identity solutions. Investigate opportunities for a broader savings.
  • Ensure the organization has appropriate functional security systems and services in place
  • Support Admin Manager to develop and strengthen fleet management systems and ensure proper maintenance of vehicles
  • Other comparable duties may be assigned to this position from time to time, in general support of Engender Health activities.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • 10-12 years of progressively more responsible positions in human resources, preferably in an International Organizations.
  • Experience supervising and managing a professional staff.
  • Master’s in Business or Human Resources Management or a related field preferred.
  • Strong effective communicator in writing, business presentations and in interpersonal communication.
  • Demonstrated ability to see the big picture and provide useful and strategic advice and input across the organization and on the senior executive team.
  • Demonstrated ability to increase productivity and continuously improve methods, approaches, and departmental contribution.
  • Highly developed, demonstrated teamwork skills.
  • Demonstrates a high degree of confidentiality and common sense.
  • Able to direct the efforts of a team of diverse human resources professionals.
  • Expert in employment law and employee relations and communication.
  • Ability to lead in an environment of constant change.
  • Experience working in a flexible, employee empowering work environment.
  • Experience in organization development and change management.


TO APPLY

Please visit the careers page at www.engenderhealth.org to submit your application online by 30th October 2017.

English Personalized Internet Assessor


Are you looking for a job that gives you the opportunity to work with one of America’s top 100 most trusted Companies while also increasing your income from the comfort of your home?  Then why not join Lionbridge as a part-time Independent Contractor. We are currently recruiting for the role of English speaking Personalized Internet Assessors in Tanzania.

What does the job involve?
In this job you will be reviewing online search results in order to improve their content and quality. You will be required to provide feedback and analysis on content found in search engine results and provide ratings on their relevance to the search terms used. Another aspect of this role will involve reviewing the language used in the search results by examining grammar, tone and cultural relevance.

Through this work you will be making a valuable contribution by expressing your opinion on the quality and content of what is currently out there on the web.  You will play a part in improving the quality of one of the largest search engines in the world using both your PC and required Smartphone device.

Who is suitable for this job?
We are currently seeking dynamic and creative people who have a strong interest in social media, specifically those who are an active daily user of Gmail.  We also require suitable candidates to own & use a smartphone – Android or iPhone – and have a familiarity with other forms of social media and Google products.   You should also be flexible, reliable and have the ability to interpret and follow established guidelines.

You will have the flexibility and freedom to work from your own home, working your own hours.  Hours for this role are up to 20hours per week depending on task availability.  We are currently seeking people who have a specific smartphone device (Android 4.1 or higher or iPhone 4S or higher) to complete tasks.

What are the main requirements for the job?

You must be fluent in written and verbal English
You must be living in Tanzania for the last 5 consecutive years
You must own and use a Smartphone (Android V4.1 or higher or iPhone V4S or higher) to complete tasks.
The majority of the task types will require both a desktop/laptop and a Smartphone
Gmail must be your primary email account
Active daily user of Gmailand other forms of social media.
You must have familiarity with current and historical business, media, sport, news, social media and cultural affairs in Tanzania.
Access to and use of a broadband internet connection and associated computer and software to perform the work, all provided at your own expense
Experience in use of web browsers to navigate and interact with a variety of content

What’s next?


Don’t Delay! Submit your application through the below link using a desktop PC/Laptop and a member of our recruitment team will review your application.

APPLY HERE


Please note: We are unable to offer more than one Personalized Internet Assessor role per IP address.

Finance Officer


Christian Social Services Commission (CSSC) is an ecumenical body established in 1992 by Tanzania Episcopal Conference (TEC) and Christian Council of Tanzania (CCT) to facilitate the provision of social services in Tanzania. CSSC supports Church institutions to deliver quality social services to all the people regardless of colour, race and faith; and also promotes expansion of health, education and other social services all over Tanzania.

CSSC is collaborating with Action Medeor (a German medical aid NGO), CSSC and the Pharmacy Council of Tanzania in the recently approved “Multi-Actor Partnership” (MAP) project. MAP is a 3-year project funded by the German Government (BMZ) and the pharmaceutical industry, and is expected to be launched in November 2017. The project aims to sustainably improve the training of pharmaceutical cadres in Tanzania, through a multi-stakeholder partnership involving the government, civil society, the private sector and academia partners. Main interventions include:

The establishment of a sustainable and effective multi-actor partnership.
The institutionalization of a new national curriculum for training of lower- to medium pharmaceutical cadres (dispensers, pharmaceutical assistants and pharmaceutical technicians) at all relevant training institutions in Tanzania (including use of the new modular curriculum; development of facilitator and assessment guides; training of tutors / trainers (technical and didactical).

Renovation of facilities of select training institutions (laboratory and library facilities, including equipment).

Applications are sought from highly qualified, well experienced and motivated persons for the following positions to join Christian Social Services Commission. The work station for the positions will be based in DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania.


Job Position: Finance Officer


Job Summary
The Finance officer is responsible for ensuring the MAP project resources are properly managed, prepares and examines financial records of the project. Ensure that all the records are accurate. An officer performs an overview of the financial operations of a project in order to help it run efficiently.

Key Responsibilities

  • Preparing Cheque Payment Voucher (CPV), Journal Voucher (JV) for the MAP project.
  • Ensuring all documents are entered into Navision System, and are appropriately stamped to avoid re-use.
  • Validation on entries to be posted and posted entries into the Navision system.
  • Checking the coding of transactions to ensure correctness of allocation to projects and funding before entry into Navision Systems.
  • Ensuring all cash disbursement and general journals are verified and stamped to avoid re-use and eventually filling,
  • Carrying out proper filling of all payments documents and liquidation files.
  • Prepare staff advances in compliance with project policy and ensure correctness of Bank details before funds are transferred and make follow up.
  • Receipt of cash from employees as relates to un-used travel advances.
  • Processing of staff travel liquidation and advances vouchers.
  • Establishing a proper system for safe custody and retrieval of documents needed for reference purposes.
  • Development and maintenance of Finance archiving system in line with the organizations file policy retention policy.
  • Preparing Bank Reconciliation statement on monthly basis.
  • Processing liquidation on some of staff advances.
  • Maintaining staff advances sheet and making sure no advance is issued to staff who have not liquidated.
  • Maintenances of receivables on all staffs as per project guidelines.
  • Maintaining Manual Cash Book both Foreign Currency and Tanzania shilling, and unsure all cheques collected are signed by recipients.
  • Making sure all deductions are made consultancies made (withholding taxes).
  • Making sure funds for the project are used exclusive for the project objective, and MAP fund are borrowed and used by other projects.
  • Preparation and Maintaining Budgetary Comparison report, and making sure payments are not process which will led to adverse variance, and hence prior approve is requested prior to commitment.
  • Making sure that Invoice/Receipt contains minimum information mentioned in Guidelines.
  • Maintaining asset register for MAP project, including recording, update of register and follow up on use of project assets.
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned by supervisor.


Competencies

  • Experience in auditing, accounting/finance
  • Ability to prepare and administer budgets, manage finance sector
  • Analytical/Communication/inter-personal skills
  • Ability to work with computers


Experience

  • Qualified candidates should have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in accounting and finance.


Qualifications

  • A University degree in Finance/Accounting/Business Administration/other related fields with excellent communication skills.



ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Anticipated starting date:     20th November 2017
Type of position:                    Full-time
Contract:                                Annual, renewable for up to 3 years


HOW TO APPLY
Interested and qualified candidates are invited to submit their hard copies of application letter enclosing a detailed curriculum vitae, copies of certificates, three references with a daytime telephone numbers to:

 Executive Director
Christian social services Commission
4 Ali Hassan Mwinyi Rd
P.O. Box 9433
DAR ES SALAAM

 The closing date for applications is 5th November 2017. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Source: The Guardian October 19, 2017

Project Officer (technical)


Christian Social Services Commission (CSSC) is an ecumenical body established in 1992 by Tanzania Episcopal Conference (TEC) and Christian Council of Tanzania (CCT) to facilitate the provision of social services in Tanzania. CSSC supports Church institutions to deliver quality social services to all the people regardless of colour, race and faith; and also promotes expansion of health, education and other social services all over Tanzania.

CSSC is collaborating with Action Medeor (a German medical aid NGO), CSSC and the Pharmacy Council of Tanzania in the recently approved “Multi-Actor Partnership” (MAP) project. MAP is a 3-year project funded by the German Government (BMZ) and the pharmaceutical industry, and is expected to be launched in November 2017. The project aims to sustainably improve the training of pharmaceutical cadres in Tanzania, through a multi-stakeholder partnership involving the government, civil society, the private sector and academia partners. Main interventions include:

The establishment of a sustainable and effective multi-actor partnership.
The institutionalization of a new national curriculum for training of lower- to medium pharmaceutical cadres (dispensers, pharmaceutical assistants and pharmaceutical technicians) at all relevant training institutions in Tanzania (including use of the new modular curriculum; development of facilitator and assessment guides; training of tutors / trainers (technical and didactical).

Renovation of facilities of select training institutions (laboratory and library facilities, including equipment).

Applications are sought from highly qualified, well experienced and motivated persons for the following positions to join Christian Social Services Commission. The work station for the positions will be based in DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania.


Job Position: Project Officer (technical)


Job Summary
The project officer is responsible for coordinating the MAP project technical related activities and ensures that they are timely and effectively delivered within the scope and budget of the project. The project officer will be responsible for capacity building, reviewing and editing pharmaceutical educational material related to the project and compiling technical reports.

Key Responsibilities

  • Coordinate capacity building /training activities and training needs assessment.
  • Organize and coordinate workshops, trainings and excursions for pharmaceutical personnel
  • Promote utilization of continuing education in church based health facilities
  • Manage a scholarship scheme for pharmaceutical students
  • Review and Edit relevant pharmaceutical educational materials.
  • Support the project manager (lead) in maintaining active communications
  • Support the project manager (Lead) to monitor policy compliance, quality and system trends
  • Contribute to identification of areas for project improvement and provide the necessary technical support to project work
  • Establish and maintain good relationships with all stakeholders (e.g. pharmaceutical schools, pharmaceutical experts)
  • Facilitate the renovation and/or infrastructure works of a pharmaceutical laboratory (tender, contracts etc.)
  • Assist the procurement of laboratory equipment
  • Participate to prepare tenders and support  financial accounting and bookkeeping related to the project
  • Assist project manager (lead) for preparation of reports, reviews and audits
  • Carry out any other task that might be assigned by the immediate supervisor and or required to achieve project objectives


Competencies/skills

  • Maintaining an effective communication with representatives from Action Medeor and local stakeholders in Tanzania.
  • Solid organizational skills including attention to detail and multi-tasking skills.
  • Sound written and verbal communication skills in the English language.
  • Candidate must have a very strong working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook software applications.
  • Technical writing skills.


Working Conditions

  • Ability to travel within rural Tanzania approximately 50 – 60% of the time.
  • 25% will be spent performing other duties including field report writing, or other assignments from the supervisor. 


Experience

  • The project officer should have experience in the preparation and editing of educational material and good knowledge of the health care sector in Tanzania (public and private).
  • Experience with the coordination and facilitation of (inter-) national workshops and training desirable.
  • Experience in the preparation and editing of materials.



Qualifications

  • A University degree in a relevant field (pharmacy, project management, public health, etc.). 
  • Technical knowledge in the pharmaceutical field is important. 
  • Master’s degree will be an added advantage.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Anticipated starting date:     20th November 2017
Type of position:                    Full-time
Contract:                                Annual, renewable for up to 3 years


HOW TO APPLY
Interested and qualified candidates are invited to submit their hard copies of application letter enclosing a detailed curriculum vitae, copies of certificates, three references with a daytime telephone numbers to:

 Executive Director
Christian social services Commission
4 Ali Hassan Mwinyi Rd
P.O. Box 9433
DAR ES SALAAM

 The closing date for applications is 5th November 2017. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Source: The Guardian October 19, 2017

Project Manager (Lead)


Christian Social Services Commission (CSSC) is an ecumenical body established in 1992 by Tanzania Episcopal Conference (TEC) and Christian Council of Tanzania (CCT) to facilitate the provision of social services in Tanzania. CSSC supports Church institutions to deliver quality social services to all the people regardless of colour, race and faith; and also promotes expansion of health, education and other social services all over Tanzania.

CSSC is collaborating with Action Medeor (a German medical aid NGO), CSSC and the Pharmacy Council of Tanzania in the recently approved “Multi-Actor Partnership” (MAP) project. MAP is a 3-year project funded by the German Government (BMZ) and the pharmaceutical industry, and is expected to be launched in November 2017. The project aims to sustainably improve the training of pharmaceutical cadres in Tanzania, through a multi-stakeholder partnership involving the government, civil society, the private sector and academia partners. Main interventions include:

The establishment of a sustainable and effective multi-actor partnership.
The institutionalization of a new national curriculum for training of lower- to medium pharmaceutical cadres (dispensers, pharmaceutical assistants and pharmaceutical technicians) at all relevant training institutions in Tanzania (including use of the new modular curriculum; development of facilitator and assessment guides; training of tutors / trainers (technical and didactical).

Renovation of facilities of select training institutions (laboratory and library facilities, including equipment).

Applications are sought from highly qualified, well experienced and motivated persons for the following positions to join Christian Social Services Commission. The work station for the positions will be based in DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania.


Job Position: Project Manager (Lead)

Job Summary
The Project Manager will be overall responsible for the MAP project – to ensure that the project is effectively implemented and attains the desired results (goals and objectives). The PM will initiate, strengthen and coordinate the multi-actor partnership – as instrument to spearhead joint-commitment to- and sustainability of the project.

Key Responsibilities

  • Represent and lead the MAP Project in Tanzania
  • Collect, review and document policy information, and provide policy advice
  • (in collaboration with other stakeholders) Formulate strategies to improve pharmaceutical education and support member church health facilities to strengthen their capacities and address issues or challenges related to pharmaceuticals
  • Recommend policy guidelines and regulations that can facilitate improvement of pharmaceutical services by Church health facilities
  • Maintain active communication, promote and enhance networking and partnerships with local stakeholders (Pharmaceutical Council, NACTE, pharmaceutical schools and universities) in Tanzania and with international partner (particularly action medeor)
  • Establish and maintain good relationships with government officials
  • Create, maintain and share regular comprehensive project documentation
  • Spearhead project planning & budgeting
  • Participate in meetings and activities of the Health Department;
  • Develop a project monitoring & evaluation system to track/steer project performance and the prudent use of project funds
  • Ensure timely preparations and submission of reports, reviews and audits
  • Use appropriate verification techniques to manage changes in project scope, schedule and costs
  • Supervise and monitor project implementation through scheduled visits to health facilities and/or health training institutions; provide onsite mentorship/coaching where applicable; document best practices and challenges and share feedback on findings.
  • Carry out any other task that might be required to achieve project objectives



Competencies / skills

  • Ability to work independently whilst maintaining effective communication with representatives from Action Medeor and local stakeholders in Tanzania.
  • Strong analytical mind-set, able to deconstruct large and complex health issues into clear and actionable strategies and initiatives.
  • Excellent people skills, with the ability to develop and maintain good relationships with high level government officials as well as with other key stakeholders.
  • Excellent skills in planning, M&E, budgeting and financial administration.
  • Solid organizational skills including attention to detail and multi-tasking.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in the English language.
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook software applications.
  • Conversant with health training matters will be an added advantage
Experiences
  • Qualified candidates should have:
  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience in project management, with proven experience in leadership, negotiation and representative tasks;
  • good understanding of Tanzania’s Health Systems; and
  • working experience in international projects
Qualifications
A Master’s degree in a relevant field (Business, Project management, Public heath etc.).  Technical knowledge in the pharmaceutical field is advantageous but not mandatory.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Anticipated starting date:     20th November 2017
Type of position:                    Full-time
Contract:                                Annual, renewable for up to 3 years


HOW TO APPLY
Interested and qualified candidates are invited to submit their hard copies of application letter enclosing a detailed curriculum vitae, copies of certificates, three references with a daytime telephone numbers to:

 Executive Director
Christian social services Commission
4 Ali Hassan Mwinyi Rd
P.O. Box 9433
DAR ES SALAAM

 The closing date for applications is 5th November 2017. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Source: The Guardian October 19, 2017

Thursday, 19 October 2017

Secretary Cum Office Administrator


A secretary cum office administrator is required to work in a printing and stationery shop in Masaki.

Position requirements:
- Fluent in English
- O-level / A-Level graduate
- Excellent computer skills
- Certificate in secretarial course from recognized college
- Familiar with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe illustrator program
- Working experience of one year in a stationery office/ shops

Please email your certificates and CV to mcpstanzania@gmail.com.

Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Deputy Country Representative and Head of Programs


TITLE: Deputy Country Representative and Head of Programs
PROGRAM: EngenderHealth
REPORTS TO: Country Representative
DUTY STATION: Dar es Salaam

Engender Health’s vision is Women and Girls First.  The vision is underpinned by the mission, namely catalyzing the value of women and girls by harnessing the power of sexual and reproductive rights and health. EngenderHealth is a leading global women’s health organization committed to ensuring that every pregnancy is planned, every child is wanted, and every mother has the best chance at survival.

Job Summary:
The Deputy Country Representative (DCR)and Head of Programs works closely with the Country Representative (CR) and represents and acts on behalf of the CR when the incumbent is unavailable. S/he shares responsibility for representation and leadership of all EngenderHealth activities under Tanzania Country Program. S/he contributes significantly to the vision and strategy of the country program, identify funding opportunities and support new business development, oversee country projects implementation and quality assurance, guide and lead project teams, and manage the critical relationships with government, donors and other partners.

S/he works closely with the CR, the Tanzania Country Office Finance and Operations, Human Resource, and Monitoring and Evaluation units and other program managers to ensure overall program, managerial, and fiscal responsibility for the country’s program portfolio, including achieving program results, financial management and reporting, and ensuring compliance with all EH and donors’ contractual matters and other applicable laws and regulations of the country.

S/he will ensure compliance with MOH, Donor and EngenderHealth medical/clinical/ technical standards and guidelines, provide overall technical direction and strategic guidance for developing technical strategies, build the capacity and ensure program/technical staff have the capacity to implement the portfolio for program activities.  S/he serves as Programme Management Adviser to the Country Representative, supervises and provides technical and managerial support to country technical/program managers and cross-functional program staff as assigned and on behalf of the CR when acting in that capacity.

Job Responsibilities:

Country Leadership and Representation (10%)

  • In collaboration with the CR and Country Management Team (CMT), contribute substantively to development of country priorities and a country program strategy and ensure consistency with EngenderHealth’s (EH) overall agency mission, goals, and strategic plans.
  • Together with the CR and other CMT, develop, co-lead implementation of the EH Tanzania Country Strategy, including reporting to HQ on progress.
  • Participate activity in regular portfolio reviews of country projects and ensure consistency across projects with EngenderHealth’s (EH) SEED Model and supporting management and technical approaches and tools.
  • Under the guidance of the CR, liaise with key stakeholders, and help establish and maintain strategic partnerships with the Tanzania Government Ministries, international donor agencies, as well as national and international NGOs and represent Country Program during meetings with partners and donors.
  • Help in identifying sustainable program models based on local governance laws and practices and contribute significantly to the piloting and introduction of most appropriate model(s).
  • Assist the CR in ensuring coordination with other projects and collaborative agencies in the sexual and reproductive health and rights sector in Tanzania.

Business Development: (10%)

  • Contribute to regular scans of funding environment, identify donors interested in country program’s sexual and reproductive health and rights priorities, develop and cultivate relationships with potential donors, and support CR in providing ongoing updates to the Business Development team regarding potential funding opportunities.
  • Collaborate with CR and HQ resources mobilization team to develop innovative approaches to resource mobilization and provide appropriate strategic input to grow and maintain a strong integrated country program.
  • Collaborate with the CR and HQ resources mobilization team to oversee the development of new business proposals to ensure sustainability of the Country Program.

Program Management: (80%)

  • Provide technical leadership and program management oversight for existing country program activities, link clinical/technical expertise and program management support with critical country needs and ensure the overall achievement of the goals and objectives of the country program.
  • With CR, co-lead the development, successful implementation, and monitoring of program/project strategies and work plans in close coordination with donor, government departments, program/technical staff, and other stakeholders at national and regional levels.
  • Provide oversight, guidance and leadership to all aspects of program implementation, including ensuing timely reporting, compliance and quality utilizing routine monitoring and feedback into program implementation
  • Under the guidance of CR, lead the development of yearly and periodic program/project work plan and budget and ensure effective coordination, timely and quality implementation and monitoring of program/project activities to meet deliverables in accordance with standards, time line, and budget utilizing routine monitoring and feedback into program implementation
  • Work with the Head of Finance and Operations (HFO) to ensure existence of effective program budget monitoring mechanism for timely and efficient budget utilization.  
  • Work with the Fields/Projects Managers, provide oversight to the performance of programs and facilitate timely programmatic/technical backstopping.
  • Oversee the coordination of sub-grantee’s programmatic/technical assistance needs and monitor their performance to expected standard and progress to meeting organizational targets and goals.
  • Oversee accurate preparation and timely submission of quarterly, bi-annual and annual reports as well as interim status (as required) programmatic reports to HQ, Donors, and Government.
  • Support and coordinate the development and implementation of clinical/technical orientation and professional development for program/technical staff, Short term technical assistance/STTA resources, and partners to build country institutional expertise and capacity in quality programming.
  • Work in close coordination with Country Technical Team and Headquarters Global Technical Leadership team to identify lessons learned, synthesize document, and disseminate clinical and technical best practices, and develop strategies to take best and/or new high impact practices to scale in-country and support replication in other countries.
  • Work in coordination with Country M,E,&R Manager, the Headquarters M,E,&R and Global Program management team to provide strategic guidance and input for monitoring, evaluation and research activities including ensuring compliance with EngenderHealth and donor policies, standards, and practices.
  • Support and work closely with Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Program Quality department to ensure the implementation of effective and participatory program Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning strategies at all levels of  country Program.
  • Work with the Country technical team and carry out an in-depth analysis of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights’ (SRHR) context, trends, gaps, challenges and opportunities
  • Foster synergies between program areas (integrated approach), support the strong integration of SRHR initiatives that aim towards  meeting SP2020, FP2020 and various Sustainable Development Goals
  • Assist the CR in representing the country program at scientific meetings, other technical meetings, on scientific and programmatic panels and in discussions with government counterparts, USG departments, private foundations, multilaterals, and other implementing agencies in coordinating their participation in project development and implementation.
  • Provide leadership in the documentation and communication of scientific (clinical, quality improvement and programmatic) findings in peer-reviewed publications and reports and present country program’s work at scientific and technical conferences and for other external audiences.
  • Ensuring program /technical staff maintains effective and collaborative working relationship with diverse stakeholders, including in-country partners, local and international NGOs, local governments and sponsors. Advocate about Tanzania’s program with government, donors, implementing partners, private sector in various fora. 
  • Assist the CR in establishing and maintaining collaborative and high performing team and a good working environment.
  • Assist the CR in human resource management and oversee, administer, supervise and manage performance of all program/technical staff in accordance with local statutory requirements and EngenderHealth procedures.
  • Proactively contribute to effective and efficient use of resources across projects including effective and transparent budget follow up, and management of start-up and close-out of projects.
  • Closely work with the HFO to coordinate finance, operation and logistic support to programs/projects and as required, contribute to and support effective implementation of Finance and Operation systems.
  • Ensure adherence to EngenderHealth (EH) operational procedures and compliance with the EH’s SOPs and reporting.
  • Assist the CR in ensuring close coordination between country projects’ and HQ-based Program Management, Global Technical Leadership, and Operations staff to ensure timely implementation of country projects.
  • Carry out other duties as appropriate and as assigned by the country representative and EngenderHealth.

Education, Experience and Certifications:   

  • Post graduate/ graduate in Public Health, Health Management, Development or relevant branch of social sciences.
  • Demonstrated in-depth knowledge of RH/ FP and experience in the design, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation of FP and other SRHR programs in Tanzania/Africa.
  • 10-15 years’ programmatic and technical experience of implementing service delivery/systems strengthening projects in the areas of FP/SRHR.
  • Experience in integrated approaches to quality health service delivery in the public sector and/or with private sector networks, including gender equity and community engagement for health is a plus.
  • Substantial experience in designing, implementing, and conducting large scale programs and translating evidence into policies, programs, and services for improved FP and SRH with attention to ensuring project deliverables are met successfully and time.
  • Demonstrated experience in management of sub-awards to local partners.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Demonstrated leadership in working and collaborating with a wide range of partners including state officials from the public, private commercial, NGO partners and international donor agencies.
  • Proven capacity to oversee development/implementation of work plans, monitoring and evaluation activities, and reports.
  • Demonstrated record of successes in writing successful grant proposals.
  • Outstanding ability to interact with experts and collaborators across multiple disciplines, program areas, and cultures.
  • Ability to support a diverse portfolio of program activities within a complex organizational framework and ability to work in high pressure environment with constantly changing proprieties and deadlines.
  • Ability to lead, manage and mentor with excellent interpersonal skills
  • Capable of directing and managing change, and inspiring teamwork and high-performing teams.
  • Excellent analytical and communication skills including written and oral communications in English.
  • Computer literate, with knowledge of Windows applications, including Excel spreadsheets.
  • Ability to travel up to 50% of the time.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English.
  • Proven experience in effectively coordinating with National Governments, International and National NGO partners and a variety of working with and coordinating with a variety of donors including USAID, DFID,  EU and Private Donors

 LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES

  • Challenge the Status Quo – Analyzes structure, systems and processes; searches for opportunities by seeking innovative ways to change, grow and improve EngenderHealth’s programming and the organization. Seeks new solutions to enhance program effectiveness and strengthen the organizational structure to support program synergies. Reaches agreement with senior management.
  • Entrepreneurship -  Keeps up to date with trends in the field; identifies opportunities for advancing EngenderHealth’s mission. Maintains awareness of developments in the donor environment and identifies new and emerging markets; cultivates new funding opportunities and strategic partnerships. Strengthens the project/program and prepares for ongoing program development.
  • Political Savvy – Recognizes the internal and external politics that impact the work of the organization. Perceives organizational and political reality and acts accordingly.
  • Strategic Thinking - Formulates objectives and priorities, and implements plans consistent with the long-term interests of the organization in a global environment. Capitalizes on opportunities and manages risks.
  • Vision - Takes long-term view and builds a shared vision with others; acts as a catalyst for change. Inspires others to translate vision into action.



FUNCTIONAL COMPETENCIES

  • Align and maintain country vision with the vision, mission, principles, and values of EngenderHealth.
  • Develop and implement program approaches to influence on-going stakeholder engagement and commitment.
  • Envision the desired future state of the program and shape and sustain the program business case.
  • Develop appropriate systems and process to ensure synergies across projects within the country & region program portfolio.
  • Orchestrate attainment of value for money by monitoring and reporting to donors based on defined benefits.
  • Identify, analyze and address potential risks based on risk management approach.
  • Manage project implementation to ensure compliance with donor and EngenderHealth rules, regulations, and standard operating procedures.
  • Review expected results in collaborative agreements, address variances, and ensure agreements reflect current priorities and needs.


TO APPLY

Please visit the careers page at www.engenderhealth.org to submit your application online by 30th October 2017.

Finance & Administration Office


The Alliance for a Green Revolution in (AGRA), is an African-led African-based organization, working in partnership with national governments and agricultural development partners, to catalyze Agriculture Transformation in Africa. The work that AGRA and its partners support is focused on enabling smallholder farmers (SHFs) engaged in the production of food, build and run farming enterprises that are productive, efficient, profitable and sustainable in ways that ensure: wealth creation that lift millions out of poverty, food and nutrition security, and equitable growth across the continent.

After ten years of building a strong foundation, starting 2017, AGRA has rolled out a new 5-year strategy with an approach that simultaneously catalyzes-change at farmer level; strengthens input and output market systems; and puts government at the centre of the partnerships required to enable and champion private-sector-Ied agricultural growth at local and national levels.

To support this transformation, AGRA is seeking to recruit an experienced and exceptional individual to the position of Finance & Administration Officer (F&AO) - Geographic Service Team (GST) 3 that covers Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda; within the regional office in Dar es Salaam.

The Position: Reporting to the Head of GST3 (Tanzania, Rwanda & Uganda) with a dotted reporting line into the Chief Finance Officer of AGRA, the F&AO is responsible for providing leadership and direction, as well as day-to-day management of the finance and administration functions for the GST3. On Financial Functions, s/he will be responsible for coordinating and supporting the development and monitoring of budgets, liaising with Finance and the Regional Head to support timely preparation of income statements, balance sheets, financial summaries' and forecasts. On Administrative Functions, s/he will be responsible for planning, implementing and managing the administration functions including the supervision of finance, administrative and support staff within the GST.

The position is only open to Tanzania nationals and the role holder will be based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Job Title: Finance & Administration Officer (F&AO) - Job Reference FIN 10/2017

Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Lead in the provision of financial management in the GST and supervise day-to-day financial operations in the countries;
Lead in budgeting process for all the countries under the GST;
Monitor all GST and country budgets and ensure monthly preparation of management reports and financial analysis for country and GST Management including regular financial returns to HQ;
Support in budgeting for donor proposals and ensure accurate and timely donor reports;
Ensure the effective selection, procurement, administration and maintenance of vehicles and all other equipment within the GS
Coordinate and supervise the purchase of all office and other supplies;
Ensure robust cash flows management for all the offices;
Support the streamlining of processes and procedures for improving operational efficiency of finance reporting and budgeting systems within the assigned GST;
Ensure all timely payments and expenses are in line with policy and identify and resolve invoicing issues, accounting discrepancies and other financial related issues for the GST;
Ensure accuracy of billing and invoicing in line with the hosting agreements and ensure regular reconciliation with the host organizations;
Ensure accuracy recording of financial information in the general and subsidiary ledgers, in a timely manner and regular reconciliation of bank, cash, payables and receivables and timely follow up of outstanding items;
Ensure that all relevant financial documents are maintained securely;
Provide oversight of all the banking accounts and relationships in countries and ensure bank reconciliations are done in a timely manner;
Lead in the preparation of Financial statements and statutory audits and submissions for countries in the GST as well as support grantee and program audits;
Provide oversight on tax and other statutory compliance and work with the legal department to ensure that necessary statutory requirements in the countries are met; .
Ensure proper management of all fixed assets in the countries in line with policy;
Engage, coach, supervise and evaluate direct reports;
Work collaboratively with technical officers in the GST to enhance efficiency and delivery of results; and
Provide effective link between the GST and the HR Department of AGRA to enhance HR management within the GST.

Academic, Professional Qualifications and Relevant experience:
A Bachelor's degree in accounting or finance, or equivalent work experience;
CPA or Accounting Certification required;
An MBA would be an added advantage;
At least 8 years of professional experience in accounting, finance, or financial monitoring;
Experience in working with similar organizations or institutions is essential; and
Knowledge of program finance documentation and experience working with donors such as USAID, EU, DFID, BMZ and other large institutional and foundations.

An attractive remuneration package commensurate with this positions responsibility will be negotiated with the successful candidate

How To  Apply:

AGRA is an Equal Opportunity Employer
For more information on AGRA and a detailed Job Description, applicants can visit www.agra.org

If you believe you can clearly demonstrate your abilities to meet the relevant criteria for this role, please submit your application with a detailed CV, stating your current Position, remuneration, email, and telephone contacts and quoting the reference number on your application letter. To be considered, applications must be submitted electronically to the email address provided by 1st November, 2017.

The Director
Executive Selection Division
Deloitte Consulting Limited
Deloitte Place, Waiyaki Way Westlands,
Nairobi, Kenya

Email: esd@deloitte.co.ke

Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Pastry Chef de Partie


Position:   Pastry Chef de Partie
Expiry date:        16:30, 31 October 2017
Starting date:     Immediately
Location:              Nungwi, Zanzibar
Salary:                   Competitive
Benefits:              Food and accommodation provided, Paid ZSSF, yearly bonus, Tips, Training opportunities, 2 days off a week

We are recruiting for a Pastry Chef de Partie to join the Kitchen brigade at The Z hotel. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a small enthusiastic kitchen team.
We are looking for someone who is passionate about Pastry and Bakery and delivering amazing hospitality to our guests.

Competencies & Duties of Pastry Chef de Partie:

  • If you are passionate about developing your pastry skills and wanting to progress in your trade then we are looking for someone like you.
  • You will prepare all breads, desserts, sorbets and petit fours to a 5 Star standard for our main kitchen.
  • The ideal candidate will have worked at Chef de Partie Pastry level in a 4 star hotel.
  • To run a section independently with minimum supervision required.
  • Ensures running a disciplined shift, to be full in control of the production.


Possesses Advanced Pastry Skills.

  • Ensures that Menus, Recipes, Guidelines and Methods provided by the Chef are followed accordingly.
  • Maintain  a  safe  and  clean  work  environment  by  complying  with  Safety Standards and Company Regulations.
  • Responsible for maintaining quality and consistency in taste, presentation and appearance according to recipes and pictures; any possible discrepancies are to be rectified immediately.
  • Communicates on a daily basis any relevant provision issues to the Chef.
  • Ensures economical work practices and controls the food production to minimize and avoid wastage.
  • Must have a complete knowledge and full understanding of Hygiene and safety  Rules and Regulations, ensuring that working/cleaning practices are applied throughout the operation.
  • Prevent any equipment damages/loss.
  • Responsible for controlling and maintaining all Pastry equipment, ensuring that it’s clean, sanitized and returned in an acceptable and proper condition after each use.
  • Any damages and/or malfunctions must be justified, recorded and reported.
  • Ensures that the pastry and adjacent areas are ready for any announced and/or unannounced
  • Must have a thorough understanding of working hours policies and procedures


YOUR PROFILE
Personality and Appearance:
Must have a pleasant and courteous personality. Must be well groomed, and presentable.

Health:
Must be physically fit and in good health, be able to lift up to 30 Kilos on a daily basis and work a minimum of eleven hours per day, 5 days a week.

Professional Experience and  Education:
Standard High School Education. 
Requires a minimum of three years in the profession (Quality Hotels or Restaurants).

Communication and Language Skills:
Must be able to read and speak English clearly in order to interpret documents such as recipes and manuals.

Work Ethic:
Must be a serious professional and take great pride in their work. 
Adherence to Company Rules and Regulations is a must for success in the job.

How To Apply:
Send your application and CV to - chef@thezhotel.co.tz


Only serious applicant with honest and traceable references should apply.
No trainees needed.


Deadline for Application: Expiry date:    31 October 2017  16:30 PM

Monday, 16 October 2017

Sales Executives


TPB Bank PLC seeks to appoint dedicated, self-motivated and highly organized Sales Executives (6 positions) to join the Marketing and Business Development team for one year. The work stations are Mtwara, Ifakara, Kahama, Tunduma, Tanga and Iringa



POSITION OBJECTIVE
Selling of the Bank's products and services

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Selling of new accounts, be able to meet monthly targets on new accounts and deposits set by TPB.
  • Deposit mobilization and bank’s products as might be assigned by the bank from time to time
  • Recruitment of POS/TPB POPOTE Agents
  • Recruitment of VICOBA , VSLA and informal groups members
  • Identify prospective business personnel for Agency Banking
  • Provision of Agency Banking,
  • Comply with bank’s policies, standard and regulations
  • Perform all assigned duties with high integrity and to the best of his/her ability for the best interest of the bank.
  • Prepare/make daily, weekly and monthly sales reports
  • Assist customers in fulfilling Know Your Customer



EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED
Education:

  • Ordinary Diploma in Banking, Economics, Commerce, Business Administration, Finance or Accounting from any recognized University or its equivalent, Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education.

Experience:

  • Field attachment/ working experience from financial organization will be an added advantage.



How To Apply:

Applicants are invited to submit their resume (indicating the position title in the subject heading) via e-mail to: recruitment@tpbbank.co.tz.

Applications via other methods will not be considered. - Applicants need to submit only the Curriculum Vitae (CV) and the letter of applications starting the job advertised and the location. Other credentials will have to be submitted during the interview for authentic check and other administrative measures and should not in any way be attached during application.

All applicants must be Citizens of Tanzania of not more than 45 years of age;
Applicants must attach an up-to-date Curriculum Vitae (CV) having reliable contacts; postal address/post code, e-mail and telephone numbers

Applicants should apply on the strength of the information given in this advertisement.

Please forw ard your applications before 19th October, 2017

 





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