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Jobs at Embassy of the United States of America



Jobs at Embassy of the United States of America 

U.S. MISSION DAR ES SALAAM VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT 

The U.S. Mission in Dar es Salaam is seeking eligible and qualified applicants for the positions below. 

1. Position Title: Telephone Operator 

Vacancy Number: TANZ-2019-014 


2. Position Title: Secretary - CDC 

Vacancy Number: TANZ-2019-015 

A copy of the complete position description listing all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required is available at: https://tz.usembassy.gov/embassy/jobs/ 


HOW TO APPLY: 
Applicants MUST follow instructions in the notice on the website: Failure to do so will result in an incomplete application. 

Previous applicants do not need to reapply. 
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted only via email. 

CLOSING DATE: April 1, 2019 

Source: The Guardian March 18, 2019 

Senior Manager Supply Chain at Geita Gold Mining


Senior Manager Supply Chain Job at Geita Gold Mining (GGM) 

Position: Senior Manager Supply Chain
Job Number: GGM-2019-XFC-03
Number of Positions: 01.
Works For: Operations Manager

Qualifications:
Bachelor Degree in Business Administration, Commerce or Degree in Supply Chain and Logistic Management

Experience:
• 10 years working experience, mining industry experience advantageous.
• Experience in a procurement and Supply Chain Management position.
• Proficient in the use of ERP SAP Materials Management 
• Strong computer skills – Microsoft office package, particularly Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
• Dynamic knowledge and understanding of supply chain, business acumen and the mining environment.
• Exhibit proven negotiation and influencing skills, as well as the ability to identify, recommend and implement cost-effective efficiencies for overall improvement to the operation.
• Excellent administrative and organizational skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team. 
• Working experience is required in Procurement and Purchasing, Inventory Management, Vendor and Contract Management, Warehouse Management, Materials Engineering, Logistics including, Sea and Air Freight, Safety and Health.

Purpose of the Role: 
The purpose of this role is to provide leadership for all purchasing, inventory control, warehousing, logistic and shipping activities with focus to control costs while also improving efficiency and accuracy in the management of inventory and the overall supply chain.

Main or Key Accountabilities
• Plan, develop, organize, direct, manage and evaluate the personnel, operations and budget of the Supply Chain Department.
• Lead and manage customer service, purchasing, inventory control, forecasting, warehousing, transportation and other areas as required.
• Develop key performance indicators to measure the effectiveness of the materials management operations.
• Develop and communicate material management policies, procedures and internal controls.
• Understand customers’ needs, service those needs, maintain and develop positive business relationships with customers’ key personnel involved in or directly relevant to supply chain activities.
• Manage vendor performance and relationships.
« Collaborate with staff, other departments, senior management and decision makers to share information, solve problems and clarify management objectives.
• Oversee company-wide management of the strategic sourcing, procurement, contracting and evaluation of services.
• Manage/coordinate the production planning process, including supply/demand forecasting inventory management and on time delivery.
• Manage and / or execute procurement-related functions (e.g. develop and implement contract management and procurement frameworks, sourcing strategies, negotiate agreements, draft and manage contracts, etc.)
• Implement and adhere to transaction management best practices.
« Monitor and analyse current trends in the marketplace.
• Direct and manage corporate governance and regulatory compliance.
• Identify and manage risks within the supply chain.
• Address tactical and strategic supply chain issues.
• Establish key performance indicators, monitor ongoing performance and improve performance against set goals.
• Develop and implement optimization strategies including new systems, best practices, inventory control and demand planning.

Additional Requirements:
Registered with PSPTB

Mode of Application: 
Application cover letter (Subject should be: Senior Manager Supply Chain and/or quote the job number), detailed CV, copies of relevant certificates, e- mail and telephone contacts, names and addresses of three referees, to be forwarded to below address. 

You will be required to bring original certificates if you are contacted for interviews.

Contact Address: Senior Human Resources Manager,
Geita Gold Mining Ltd,
P.O.Box 532,
Geita.

Email: jobs.geita@AngloGoldAshanti.com

NB: 
Internal applicants may submit applications to departmental HR Officer. All internal applications must be endorsed by the applicant’s head of department.


Application Deadline: 
Application letters should reach the above on or before 31st March 2019. 17 hr 30.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.



- Nafasi za Kazi Geita Gold mining - 

Personal Assistance to the MD at Maendeleo Bank PLC


Maendeleo Bank PLC commenced its operations in September 2013 as a Regional Bank with its Headquarters at Luther House, Sokoine Drive – Dar es Salaam. It is the first bank in Tanzania to be registered in Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) from its inception through Enterprise Growth Market (EGM) window. The Bank is recruiting an experienced, motivated and hands-on individual to fill the position of Personal Assistance (PA) to the Managing Director (MD):

Job Summary:
Reporting to the MD, the Role Holder is Key to enabling the MD to concentrate on strategic aspects. S/He will be required to be flexible-exceptionally organized with personal approach, posses a positive and outstanding problem solving attitude. PA primarily will be acting as a trusted point of contact for the MD’s office for all external parties and internal staff and dealing appropriate with correspondence, managing MD’s meeting appointments, calls and visitors etc. Also S/He will be responsible for administrative issues pertaining to the MD’s office.

Key Accountabilities:

  • Management of communication: Manage correspondence to and fro the MD’s office including screening phone calls, emails, inquiries and requests and handling them appropriately.
  • Drafting of correspondence and reply to some inquiries on behalf of the MD
  • Professional Diary management including planning, organizing and preparing papers for the MD, co-ordination of travel, visas, hotel booking and meeting whilst maintaining awareness of the key deadlines.
  • Ensure the MD’s office is accessible to all and perceived as operating effectively and efficiently including liaising with stakeholders (clients, suppliers and staff on business issues).
  • Supporting the MD in completing tasks as required which include; preparations of reports, proposals, presentations, budget, and related activities in servicing and developing relationship with stakeholders and partners.
  • Coordination and support of Board and Excom meetings by sending invites, booking, collecting agendas, tracking actions etc.
  • Ensure Board Meeting documents and other important documents which are sitting under MD’s office are under safe custody.
  • Perform the above and any other duties as with view of bank’s Code of Conduct for bank staff as may be assigned by his/her Supervisor.


Minimum Qualifications and Experience Required:

  • Holder of University Degree in Business subjects, Law or other Social Science. Experienced practitioner with excellent communication skills, good organizing skills, 
  • IT Literacy and self-starter who is comfortable working without close supervision is desired. Someone attended Secretarial Courses will be an added advantage.

Remuneration:
The position carries a competitive remuneration packages commensurate to qualifications needed.

Mode of Application:
Applications to be addressed to the Managing Director enclosing detailed curriculum vitae, full contacts and three referees should be sent latest by 4th April 2019 at or before 17.00 hours through E-mail hr@maendeleobank.co.tz.

Indicate clearly the position applied for at the subject of your email communication.

‘Maendeleo Bank PLC is equal employer’ however women

Independent Non Executive Director - CRDB Bank


CRDB Bank Plc a a leading, private commercial bank in Tanzania. Established in 'gas, the Rank has grown and prospered over the years to become the most innovative and trusted Bank In the country. The Bank reached an important milestone when it was listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Lxchange on 17th of June, 2009. CRDB Bank owns three subsidiary companies - CRDB Microfinance Services Company Limited. CRDB Bank Burundi S.A. and CRDB Insurance Broker  Company Limited.

The Board of Directors of CRDB Bank Plc would like to Invite applications from suitable candidates for the position of Independent Non Executive Director.

Duties and Responsibilities
As a member of the Board of Directors, the Independent Non Executive Director will perform the following primary duties and responsibilities with other Board Members:
• To determine the Bank's vision, mission and values, continuously monitor and evaluate its strategy and ensure the Bank survives and thrives.
• To govern the Bank by broad policies and objectives, as formulated and agreed with the Managing Director.
• To assess the performance and effectiveness of the Board as a whole, and that of individual Directors and Board Chairman.
• To select and appoint the Managing Director of the Bank, review and evaluate his/her performance regularly and offer administrative guidance.
• To select and appoint the Director of Internal Audit, who shall report directly to the Board of Directors, and review his/her performance regularly.
• To oversee the Risk Management function within the Bank and its subsidiaries, and the effective management of investor relations.
• To appoint direct reports to the Managing Director.
• To regularly attend Board and other important meetings. corporate events and participate effectively and with commitment in Board assignments.
• To keep well-informed about Bank matters, be well-prepared for meetings and actively participate in annual evaluation and planning activities.
• To build a collegial working relationship with other members of the Board.

Requirements
• Experience in Legal, Insurance, ICT and FinTech.
• Expertise in Management, Banking including Credit experience.
• No criminal record.
• No involvement as a member of the Management or Board of Directors with a banking institution whose registration or license has been revoked or cancelled or which has gone into liquidation.
• Clean credit record, including that of related parties.
• No history of bankruptcy.
• Multi-skilled candidates with legal knowledge and experienced practitioner in fintech and insurance will have an added advantage.

Mode of Application
Qualified and experienced candidates are requested to apply with the following:
• An application letter detailing your suitability for the position.
• A comprehensive Curriculum Vitae (CV).
• Certified copies of relevant academic and professional certificates and awards.
• Certified copies of your current Passport (last two pages).
• Three recent passport size photographs.
• Letters from 3 referees.
• Declaration of indebtedness to Banks.

How To Apply
The applicant should not be a shareholder of CRDB Bank PLC, an employee of a shareholder or have a relationship to the Management or the Board.
• Only successful candidates will be contacted.
• Upcountry candidates will be required to meet their own travel and accommodation costs for any interviews.

Interested candidates are invited to send their application in hard and soft copies to:

COMPANY SECRETARY
CRDB BANK PLC
P. O. Box 268
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Email: john.rugambo@crdbbank.com

The deadline for the application is close of business on 26th March, 2019.

Source: The Citizen March 19, 2019

Head of Risk - CRDB Bank


Our client, CRDB Bank Plc is an African bank and a leading financial services provider in Tanzania with presence in Tanzania and Burundi. The bank was established in 1996 and was listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock exchange (DSE) in June 2009. Over the years, the bank has grown to become the most innovative and preferred financial services partner in the region. Supported by a robust portfolio and uniquely tailored products, CRDB Bank remains one of the most responsive banks in the region.

In line with the current strategy, CRDB Bank is looking to recruit five dynamic and visionary Tanzanians to work with the bank to transform, grow and ensure sustainability . CRDB Bank Plc is inviting interested and qualified individuals to apply. The applicants must be of outstanding integrity with a good record of enforcing accountability.


Head of Risk (Ref No. CRDB/HR/03 - 19)

Position summary:
Reporting to the Director of Risk and Compliance, the Head of Risk is responsible for planning, implementing and coordinating all risk management activities, ensuring that quality risk management structures and processes for types all risks are in place and aligned with the bank’s strategy.

Key duties and responsibilities:
● Contributing to the development of the departmental strategy on potential improvements for risk management and compliance;
● Ensuring that the bank has adequate and effective processes for identification, measurement, mitigation and control of all types of risks including but not limited to credit, liquidity, interest
rate, foreign exchange rate, operational and reputational;
● Identifying current and emerging risks, developing risk assessment and measurement systems and developing risk tolerance limits for all types of risks affecting the operations of the bank;
● Ensuring that proactive processes, effective communication and training programmes are in lace for business/risk owners to actively manage and control all significant risks inherent to their business areas;
● Conducting analysis of risk exposure inherent in existing and new products, systems and/or processes and provide guidance on how to minimize exposure; and
● Developing, implementing and monitoring the business unit’s annual plan, budget and key performance indicators aimed at achieving the department’s strategy.

Key qualifications and experience:
● Bachelor’s degree in Banking, Economics, Finance, Mathematics, Actuarial Science or a related area and relevant qualification from a recognized university;
● Master’s degree in Finance Banking, Economics, Laws, Finance, Mathematics, Actuarial Science or related field from a recognized University and/or postgraduate qualification in banking will be added advantage;
● Risk and/or Compliance Certification (Preferably ERM);
● A minimum of eight years relevant working experience, of which five should be at managerial level;
● Working knowledge of the Bank of Tanzania’s risk management guidelines and regulatory requirements;
● Sound understanding of international frameworks related to risk and compliance functions such as Basel requirements, ICAAP, etc.; and
● Demonstrated experience of enterprise risk management and business continuity planning in relation to all types of risks affecting the banking sector; and
● Strong problem solving skills, excellent communication skills coupled with the ability to effectively work with varied internal and external stakeholders.


Key competencies for all positions:
● Demonstrate working knowledge of banking operations and thorough in-depth knowledge of risks affecting banking operations;
● Demonstrate strategic leadership and thinking with ability to initiate change in teams and organisation at large;
● Strong problem solving skills, excellent communication skills coupled with the ability to effectively work with varied internal and external stakeholders
● Possess analytical and creative mind-set to seek, encourage and find non-traditional approaches.
● Demonstrate high degree of honesty and integrity


How To Apply:
If you believe you are the right candidate for this position, kindly submit your application with a detailed CV, photocopies of academic certificate, and names of three referees with their contacts, quoting reference number on both the application letter and envelope. For electronic applications, please quote the job reference number on the subject of your email. 

Applications should be submitted to the address below not later than 01 April 2019.

The Director
Executive Selection Division
Deloitte Consulting Limited
3 rd Floor, Aris House
Haile Selassie Road
P.O. Box 1559
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
E-mail: esd@deloitte.co.tz

Head of Compliance and Governance - CRDB Bank


Our client, CRDB Bank Plc is an African bank and a leading financial services provider in Tanzania with presence in Tanzania and Burundi. The bank was established in 1996 and was listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock exchange (DSE) in June 2009. Over the years, the bank has grown to become the most innovative and preferred financial services partner in the region. Supported by a robust portfolio and uniquely tailored products, CRDB Bank remains one of the most responsive banks in the region.

In line with the current strategy, CRDB Bank is looking to recruit five dynamic and visionary Tanzanians to work with the bank to transform, grow and ensure sustainability . CRDB Bank Plc is inviting interested and qualified individuals to apply. The applicants must be of outstanding integrity with a good record of enforcing accountability.



Head of Compliance and Governance (Ref No. CRDB/HCG/03 - 19)


Position summary:
Reporting to the Director of Risk and Compliance, the Head of Compliance and Governance will be responsible for ensuring that the bank is compliant with all banking laws, regulations, AML/CTF, sanction risk governance, and internal policies and procedures.


Key duties and responsibilities:
● Contributing to the development of the departmental strategy on potential improvements for compliance and governance;
● Ensuring sound financial and internal controls, procedures and systems for monitoring money laundering transactions as per regulatory requirements;
● Ensuring that risk owners are operating within the board's approved risk appetite and controls, and escalate any noted breaches to risk committees through timely and accurately prepared risk management and ALCO reports;
● Conducting compliance reviews for all internal processes and controls and improving the effectiveness of compliance by conducting trainings and communicating all compliance issues to staff; and
● Developing, implementing and monitoring the business unit’s annual plan, budget and key performance indicators aimed at achieving the departmental strategy.


Key qualifications and experience:
● A Bachelor’s degree in Banking, Economics, Laws, Finance, Mathematics, Actuarial Science or a related area and relevant qualification from a recognized university;
● A Master’s degree in Banking, Economics, Laws, Finance, Mathematics, Actuarial Science or related field from a recognized university and/or post graduate qualification in banking will be
an added advantage;
● Risk and Compliance Certification (Preferably ERM);
● A minimum of eight years relevant working experience, of which five should be at a managerial level;
● Thorough knowledge of banking compliance functions and enterprise risk management;
● Working knowledge of the Bank of Tanzania’s risk management guidelines and regulatory requirements; and
● Strong problem solving skills, excellent communication skills coupled with the ability to effectively work with varied internal and external stakeholders; and
● Working knowledge of banking operations


Key competencies for all positions:
● Demonstrate working knowledge of banking operations and thorough in-depth knowledge of risks affecting banking operations;
● Demonstrate strategic leadership and thinking with ability to initiate change in teams and organisation at large;
● Strong problem solving skills, excellent communication skills coupled with the ability to effectively work with varied internal and external stakeholders
● Possess analytical and creative mind-set to seek, encourage and find non-traditional approaches.
● Demonstrate high degree of honesty and integrity


How To Apply:
If you believe you are the right candidate for this position, kindly submit your application with a detailed CV, photocopies of academic certificate, and names of three referees with their contacts, quoting reference number on both the application letter and envelope. For electronic applications, please quote the job reference number on the subject of your email. 

Applications should be submitted to the address below not later than 01 April 2019.

The Director
Executive Selection Division
Deloitte Consulting Limited
3 rd Floor, Aris House
Haile Selassie Road
P.O. Box 1559
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
E-mail: esd@deloitte.co.tz

Head of Marketing - CRDB Bank


Our client, CRDB Bank Plc is an African bank and a leading financial services provider in Tanzania with presence in Tanzania and Burundi. The bank was established in 1996 and was listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock exchange (DSE) in June 2009. Over the years, the bank has grown to become the most innovative and preferred financial services partner in the region. Supported by a robust portfolio and uniquely tailored products, CRDB Bank remains one of the most responsive banks in the region.

In line with the current strategy, CRDB Bank is looking to recruit five dynamic and visionary Tanzanians to work with the bank to transform, grow and ensure sustainability . CRDB Bank Plc is inviting interested and qualified individuals to apply. The applicants must be of outstanding integrity with a good record of enforcing accountability.


Head of Marketing (Ref No. CRDB/HM/03 - 19)

Position summary:
Reporting to the Director of Marketing and Customer Service, the Head of Marketing will be responsible for enhancing the bank’s corporate brand and increasing the utilization of the bank’s delivery channels, products and services.

Key duties and responsibilities:
● Embedding, enhancing and encouraging the development of a creative culture whilst ensuring compliance with the bank’s goals;
● Managing and reviewing the bank’s branding materials including communication, promotional and advertisement materials and ensuring that the bank’s trademarks are always executed in
compliance with the bank’s approved look and feel as per the corporate integrity manual;
● Managing internal and external communication, corporate social investment and sponsorship activities to ensure their productivity is in line with the departmental and bank strategy;
● Managing the design and execution of marketing and promotional activities, marketing plans for new and existing products/services and supporting the bank’s sales functions in achieving their business targets;
● Liaising and/or lobbying key stakeholders such as clients, government institutions/officials, regulators and other financial institutions to ensure that the bank’s interests are represented
and safeguarded accurately;
● Ensuring all departmental policies, procedures, manuals, and circulars are current and aligned with the current bank strategy and statutory requirements; and
● Developing, implementing and monitoring the department’s annual plan, budget and key performance indicators aimed at achieving the departmental and the bank strategy.


Key qualifications and experience:
● A Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Business Administration, Communications studies or a related area and relevant qualification from a recognized university;
● A Master’s degree in Marketing, Master in International Trade, MBA(Marketing) or a related area and relevant qualification from a recognized university will be an added advantage;
● A minimum of eight years relevant working experience, of which five should be at a managerial level;
● Must have thorough knowledge and experience in the marketing functions.
● Must have sales management skills.
● Must demonstrate good customer service management skills

Key competencies for all positions:
● Demonstrate working knowledge of banking operations and thorough in-depth knowledge of risks affecting banking operations;
● Demonstrate strategic leadership and thinking with ability to initiate change in teams and organisation at large;
● Strong problem solving skills, excellent communication skills coupled with the ability to effectively work with varied internal and external stakeholders
● Possess analytical and creative mind-set to seek, encourage and find non-traditional approaches.
● Demonstrate high degree of honesty and integrity


How To Apply:
If you believe you are the right candidate for this position, kindly submit your application with a detailed CV, photocopies of academic certificate, and names of three referees with their contacts, quoting reference number on both the application letter and envelope. For electronic applications, please quote the job reference number on the subject of your email. 

Applications should be submitted to the address below not later than 01 April 2019.

The Director
Executive Selection Division
Deloitte Consulting Limited
3 rd Floor, Aris House
Haile Selassie Road
P.O. Box 1559
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
E-mail: esd@deloitte.co.tz

Statistician


KEDS Tanzania Company Limited (hereinafter referred to as “KEDS Tanzania” or “Company”) was registered in Tanzania in the year 2016. The principal business is mainly the international trade of building material products and daily chemical instant consumables. It is based and projected to take advantage (in the future) of the development and expansion of emerging markets in Africa. KEDS is dedicated to put the customer at the foremost, with its core business philosophy as the improvement of living quality of people from emerging countries. Therefore, KEDS has formed a strong team of product research and development providing people from emerging markets with Daily FMCG.

POSITION TITTLE: Statistician

REPORTS TO: Department Manager
LOCATION: KIBAHA,Lulanzi Area

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Responsible for reporting and following up all production progress and abnormality.
  • applying statistical methodology to complex data and responsible for the statistical data work for production department.
  • assessing results and analyzing trends
  • presenting information in a variety of formats
  • Analyze and interpret statistical data in order to identify significant differences in relationships among sources of information
  • Apply sampling techniques or utilize complete enumeration bases in order to determine and define groups to be surveyed.
  • Evaluate sources of information in order to determine any limitations in terms of reliability or usability.
  •  Report results of statistical analyses, including information in the form of graphs, charts, and tables.
  • Prepare data for processing by organizing information, checking for any inaccuracies, and adjusting and weighting the raw data.


Key Competencies:

  • Excellent analytical skills,leadership skill, sound mind and logical 
  • Excellent communication skills in English and Swahili both written and Oral.
  • Ability to work effectively with diverse population.



Experience & Training.

  • Bachelor of sciencein Statistics and other related fields
  • 1 -3 years of experience in similar statistical work
  • Basic computer knowledge 


HOW TO APPLY
Interested and qualified candidates should forward their detailed CV before March 31, 2019 to kedsrecruits@gmail.com (indicate the position title in the email subject line).

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.







TENDER: Local and regional transportation services in Tanzania


Request for Quotations (RFQ)

RFQ Number:   One Health Tanzania - 001

Issuance Date:  February 14th, 2019
Deadline for Questions: March 12, 2019  local (Dar es salaam) time
Deadline for Offers: March 19, 2019  local (Dar es salaam) time

Description:     Local and regional transportation services in Tanzania



For:  HRH2030 One Health

Funded By: United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Cooperative Agreement No. AID-OAA-A-15-00046

Implemented By: Chemonics International Inc.

Point of Contact: hrhonehealthpmu@chemonics.com



***** ETHICAL AND BUSINESS CONDUCT REQUIREMENTS *****

Chemonics is committed to integrity in procurement, and only selects suppliers based on objective business criteria such as price and technical merit. Chemonics expects suppliers to comply with our Standards of Business Conduct, available at https://www.chemonics.com/our-approach/standards-business-conduct.

Chemonics does not tolerate fraud, collusion among offerors, falsified proposals/bids, bribery, or kickbacks. Any firm or individual violating these standards will be disqualified from this procurement, barred from future procurement opportunities, and may be reported to both USAID and the Office of the Inspector General.

Employees and agents of Chemonics are strictly prohibited from asking for or accepting any money, fee, commission, credit, gift, gratuity, object of value or compensation from current or potential vendors or suppliers in exchange for or as a reward for business. Employees and agents engaging in this conduct are subject to termination and will be reported to USAID and the Office of the Inspector General. In addition, Chemonics will inform USAID and the Office of the Inspector General of any supplier offers of money, fee, commission, credit, gift, gratuity, object of value, or compensation to obtain business.


Offerors responding to this RFQ must include the following as part of the proposal submission:

·         Disclose any close, familial, or financial relationships with Chemonics or project staff. For example, if an offeror’s cousin is employed by the project, the offeror must state this.

·         Disclose any family or financial relationship with other offerors submitting proposals. For example, if the offeror’s father owns a company that is submitting another proposal, the offer or must state this.

·         Certify that the prices in the offer have been arrived at independently, without any consultation, communication, or agreement with any other offeror or competitor for the purpose of restricting competition.

·         Certify that all information in the proposal and all supporting documentation are authentic and accurate.

·         Certify understanding and agreement to Chemonics’ prohibitions against fraud, bribery and kickbacks.


Please contact Mariam Reda, mreda@chemonics.com, with any questions or concerns regarding the above information or to report any potential violations. Potential violations may also be reported directly to Chemonics’ Washington office through the contact information listed on the website found at the hyperlink above.


Section 1:Instructions to Offerors

1.       Introduction: The HRH2030 One Health Activity is a USAID program implemented by Chemonics International in Tanzania.The goal of the activity is to enhance the capacity and capability of countries to prevent, detect, and respond to infectious disease threats and achieve measurable targets.As part of project activities, One Health- Tanzania requires significant travel between Dodoma, Dar es Salaam, and other cities in Tanzania.  The purpose of this RFQ is to solicit quotations for a transportation service provider who will be readily available to provide cost-efficient and reliable ground transportation for HRH One Health project staff between various cities in Tanzania. Detailed technical specifications can be found in Section 3.


Offerors are responsible for ensuring that their offers are received by Chemonics in accordance with the instructions, terms, and conditions described in this RFQ. Failure to adhere with instructions described in this RFQ may lead to disqualification of an offer from consideration.


2.       Offer Deadline and Protocol: Offers must be received no later than February 28th,2019, by email to hrhonehealthpmu@chemonics.com.



Please reference the RFQ number in any response to this RFQ. Offers received after the specified time and date will be considered late and will be considered only at the discretion of Chemonics.



3.       Questions: Questions regarding the technical or administrative requirements of this RFQ may be submitted no later than 23:59 local Tanzanian time on February 25th, 2019, by email to hrhonehealthpmu@chemonics.com. Questions must be submitted in writing; phone calls will not be accepted. Questions and requests for clarification—and the responses thereto—that Chemonics believes may be of interest to other offerors will be circulated to all RFQ recipients who have indicated an interest in bidding.


Only the written answers issued by Chemonics will be considered official and carry weight in the RFQ process and subsequent evaluation.Any verbal information received from employees of Chemonics or any other entity should not be considered as an official response to any questions regarding this RFQ.


4.       Specifications: Section 3 contains the technical specifications of the required items.All commodities offered in response to this RFQ must be new and unused.


Please note that, unless otherwise indicated,stated brand names or models are for illustrative description only.An equivalent substitute, as determined by the specifications, is acceptable.


5.    Quotations: Quotations in response to this RFQ must be priced on a fixed-price, all-inclusive basis, including all maintenance, storage, and insurance costs, as well as salary and travel costs of driver and all other costs related to the transportation services provision.  Pricing must be offered in Tanzania Shillings. Offers must remain valid for not less than thirty (30) calendar days after the offer deadline. Offerors are requested to provide quotations on their official quotation format or letterhead; in the event this is not possible, offerors may complete the table in Section 3.



In addition, offerors responding to this RFQ are requested to submit the following:

·         Cover letter, signed by an authorized representative of the offeror
·         Official quotation, including specifications of offered services
·         Copy of offeror’s registration or business license
·         Copy of offeror’s VAT business registration
·         Copy of offeror’s vehicle registration and insurance information for all offered vehicles
·         Three professional references or past performance reviews
·         Proof or a written statement confirming that the vehicles that will be employed are compliant with the requirements of Tanzanian law and that all drivers will have the necessary licensing requirements to operate the vehicles


6.       Source/Nationality/Manufacture: All goods and services offered in response to this RFQ or supplied under any resulting award must meet USAID Geographic Code 935in accordance with the United States Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), 22 CFR §228.The cooperating country for this RFQ is Tanzania.



Offerors may not offer or supply any commodities or servicesthat are manufactured or assembled in, shipped from, transported through, or otherwise involving any of the following countries: Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Syria.


7.       Insurance:  Insurance of means of transport and civil liability of vehicle owners is required for cooperating company under this RFQ. The insurance coverage must be valid on vehicles, drivers and passengers inside of vehicle for a minimum eight (8) months after agreement for providing of transportation services, unless otherwise specified in the technical specifications (if applicable)



8.       Taxes and VAT: “In accordance with the agreement under which this procurement is financed, Chemonics will be reimbursed by the Tanzanian government for taxes imposed on suppliers and subcontractors.  Therefore, offerors must include taxes, VAT, charges, tariffs, duties and levies in accordance with the laws of Tanzania. If selected for award, the selected supplier will cooperate in providing Chemonics with the documentation necessary to obtain tax reimbursement.”



9.       DUNS Number: Companies or organizations, whether for-profit or non-profit, shall be requested to provide a Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number if selected to receive an award in response to this RFQ valued greater than or equal to USD$30,000 (or equivalent in other currency). If the Offeror does not have a DUNS number and is unable to obtain one before proposal submission deadline, Offeror shall include a statement noting their intention to register for a DUNS number should it be selected as the successful offeror or explaining why registration for a DUNS number is not possible. Contact Dun & Bradstreet through this webform to obtain a number: https://fedgov.dnb.com/webform.  Further guidance on obtaining a DUNS number is available from Chemonics upon request.



10.   Eligibility: By submitting an offer in response to this RFQ, the offeror certifies that it and its principal officers are not debarred, suspended, or otherwise considered ineligible for an award by the U.S. Government.Chemonics will not award a contract to any firm that is debarred, suspended, or considered to be ineligible by the U.S. Government.


11.   Evaluation and Award: The award will be made to a responsible offeror whose offer follows the RFQ instructions and meets the eligibility requirements and is determined via a trade-off analysis to be the best value based on application of the following evaluation criteria. The relative importance of each individual criterion is indicated by the number of points below:


·         Cost (35%) — based on the total cost presented in the proposal.

·         Delivery Schedule(35%) — based on the capability to provide transportation services within two working days of request.

·         Past Performance –(30%) - based on at least three (3) client references for recently-supplied commodities of similar technical scope within Tanzania


Chemonics will assess whether an Offeror’s proposed cost is reasonable and realistic in relation to the proposed solution-performing a technical/cost trade-off analysis-to determine which quote presents the best value to Chemonics. Cost will be evaluated on the basis of cost reasonableness, allowability, and realism.



Please note that if there are significant deficiencies regarding responsiveness to the requirements of this RFQ, an offer may be deemed “non-responsive” and thereby disqualified from consideration. Chemonics reserves the right to waive immaterial deficiencies at its discretion.



Best-offer quotations are requested. It is anticipated that award will be made solely on the basis of these original quotations. However, Chemonics reserves the right to conduct any of the following:


  • Chemonics may conduct negotiations with and/or request clarifications from any offeror prior to award.
  • While preference will be given to offerors who can address the full requirements of this RFQ, Chemonics may issue a partial award or split the award among various suppliers, if in the best interest of the HRH2030 One Health Tanzania activity.
  • Chemonics may cancel this RFQ at any time.


Please note that in submitting a response to this RFQ, the offeror understands that USAID is not a party to this solicitation and the offeror agrees that any protest hereunder must be presented—in writing with full explanations—to the HRH2030 One Health TanzaniaProject for consideration, as USAID will not consider protests regarding procurements carried out by implementing partners. Chemonics, at its sole discretion, will make a final decision on the protest for this procurement.


12.   Terms and Conditions: This is a Request for Quotations only.Issuance of this RFQ does not in any way obligate Chemonics, the One Health Project, or USAID to make an award or pay for costs incurred by potential offerors in the preparation and submission of an offer.


This solicitation is subject to Chemonics’ standard terms and conditions.Any resultant award will be governed by these terms and conditions; a copy of the full terms and conditions is available upon request.Please note the following terms and conditions will apply:


(a)    Chemonics’ standard payment terms are net 30 days after receipt and acceptance of any commodities or deliverables.Payment will only be issued to the entity submitting the offer in response to this RFQ and identified in the resulting award; payment will not be issued to a third party.


(b)   Any award resulting from this RFQ will be firm fixed price, in the form of a subcontract.


(c)    No commodities or services may be supplied that are manufactured or assembled in, shipped from, transported through, or otherwise involving any of the following countries: Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Syria.


(d)   Any international air or ocean transportation or shipping carried out under any award resulting from this RFQ must take place on U.S.-flag carriers/vessels.


(e)   United States law prohibits transactions with, and the provision of resources and support to, individuals and organizations associated with terrorism. The supplier under any award resulting from this RFQ must ensure compliance with these laws.


(f)     The title to any goods supplied under any award resulting from this RFQ shall pass to Chemonicsfollowing delivery and acceptance of the goods by Chemonics.Risk of loss, injury, or destruction of the goods shall be borne by the offeror until title passes to Chemonics.


(g)    Additionally, in accordance with the United States Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), 22CFR §228.19(b), offerors must meet the following criteria:


a.       The vehicle is independently owned or leased by the hired driver or company, and

b.      The vehicle will be maintained by the individual or commercial entity and driven only by the hired driver(s)


Section 2: Offer Checklist

To assist offerors in preparation of proposals, the following checklist summarizes the documentation to include an offer in response to this RFQ:


□ Cover letter, signed by an authorized representative of the offeror (see Section 4 for template)
□ Official quotation, including specifications of offered services (see Section 3 for example format)
□ Copy of offeror’s registration or business license (see Section 1.5 for more details)
□ Copy of offeror’s VAT business registration (see 1.5 for more details)
□ Copy of offeror’s vehicle registration and insurance information for all offered vehicles (see Section 1.12(g))
□ Three professional references or past performance reviews (See Section 1.5 for more details)
□ Proof or a written statement confirming that the vehicles proposed are compliant with the requirements of Tanzanian law and that all their drivers will have the necessary licensing requirements to operate the vehicles


Section 3: Specifications and Technical Requirements

The table below contains the technical requirements of the commodities/services. Offerors are requested to provide quotations containing the information below on official letterhead or official quotation format. In the event this is not possible, offerors may complete this Section 3 and submit a signed/stamped version to Chemonics.

1.       Transportation services supplied shall include provision of vehicles in good working condition, safety driving, insurance of vehicle, driver and passenger inside of a vehicle during a trip, salary, travel and other costs related to the provision of the driver, as well as all maintenance and insurance-related costs for the work week- Sunday-Saturday6am to 6pm. Pricing provided in the table below shall be all inclusive as specified in section 1.5 of this RFQ.

2.       The USAID HRH2030 One Health Tanzania project is in need of services for one to two vehicles to be driven in any region in Tanzania for up to 8 months with the possibility of extension starting on or around October 1, 2019.

3.       The USAID HRH2030 One Health Tanzania Project prefers vehicles models from 2006- 2012 or newer that meets USAID Geographic Codes 935, as stated in the table below.

4.       The vehicles must be independently owned or leased by the company.

5.       The vehicles must be maintained by the offeror.

6.       If any vehicle breaks down or otherwise requires maintenance during the period of performance, an alternate vehicle must be provided by the offeror within 1 hour.

7.       If the driver is unable to provide transportation services on the day required, the company should substitute the service of another driver within 1 hour.

8.       Comprehensive insurance coverage of vehicle and civil liabilities of vehicle owners in the Tanzania. A copy of the insurance policy along with the subject of insurance must be provided to Chemonics prior to award and offerors must provide details in their offer regarding insurance coverage types and amounts.

9.       The offeror must provide Chemonics with a copy of the vehicle title prior to award.

10.   The offeror must provide Chemonics with copies of certificates confirming the vehicle/s have passed appropriate inspection at the state vehicle inspection department.

11.   Proposed drivers shall have a valid Tanzania driver’s license and clean driving record.

12.   One to two drivers in/around Dar es Salaam and Dodoma should be available to provide transportation services on Sunday-Saturday, 6am to 6pm.

13.   Drivers shall be available to drive to and from locations in/around Dar es Salaam and Dodoma, and other cities as needed.

14.   Offerors should provide pricing for daily rate for each city per km.

15.   Attention: HRH2030 One Health Tanzania will not pay for lodging, per diem,or any other travel related costs to the drivers.


Line Item
Description and Specifications
Items and Specifications Offered
1


2




Section 3(b) Pricing Schedule


Description and Specifications of Item
Unit
Unit Price per Day Inclusive of VAT
Unlimited mileage with fuel and driver to and from Dodoma (Outside Dar es Salaam)
1

Unlimited mileage with fuel and driver to and from Dar es Salaam (Outside Dar es Salaam)
1

Unlimited mileage with fuel and driver within Dar es Salaam City
1

Unlimited mileage with fuel and driver within Dodoma
1




Delivery time (after receipt of order): _______________    calendar days for 1 – 10 vehicles.



Delivery time (after receipt of order):  _______________     calendar days for 10 vehicles or more.


Section 3 (c) Other Requirements

-          The offeror will assign a representative that will handle the HRH2030 One Health Tanzania needs.

-          The offeror must submit a list with proof documentation for its available fleet, drivers’ names, drivers’ licenses, insurance

-          The offeror will be responsible for any misconduct or negligence on the part of the drivers and will replace any driver with whom Chemonics is not satisfied.

-          In case any driver or vehicle is replaced – i.e., a new driver is hired, or new vehicle is bought to be used in the implementation of a resulting Transportation Services Agreement – advance approval must be obtained from the HRH2030 One Health Tanzania Project before either the driver or the vehicle is used in performance of any work under a resulting TSA.

-          The offeror must provide a statement on their company’s letter head that they fully understand and accepts full responsibility for vetting and ensuring that any driver or vehicle to be used in the implementation of any resulting Transportation Services Agreement does not have family, business, or financial relationships to any agent or staff that is currently employed by the HRH2030 One Health Tanzania Project. The offeror must also acknowledge its liability for any breach to this statement and that Chemonics will hold the offeror responsible for any financial implications resulting from this breach. Such breach may result the offeror’s ineligibility for future subcontracts with or other service provisions for the project.


Past Performance References

In order to evaluate Offeror’s past performance. Chemonics requests three (3) references of similar work previously implemented as well as contact information for the companies for which such work was completed. Chemonics has a strong preference for firms that have experience working with international organizations. Contact information must include a minimum:

-          Name of point of contact
-          Name and address of the company/organization
-          Email and phone number of the point of contact


Additional Notes and Considerations:


Section 4: Offer Cover Letter

The following cover letter must be placed on letterhead and completed/signed/stamped by a representative authorized to sign on behalf of the offeror:


To:                          HRH2030 One Health

                                241 18th Street S. Suite 1200

                                Arlington, VA 22202

Reference:         HRH2030 One Health Tanzania RFQ 001


To Whom It May Concern:

We, the undersigned, hereby provide the attached offer to perform all work required to complete the activities and requirements as described in the above-referenced RFQ. Please find our offer attached.


We hereby acknowledge and agree to all terms, conditions, special provisions, and instructions included in the above-referenced RFQ. We further certify that the below-named firm—as well as the firm’s principal officers and all commodities and services offered in response to this RFQ—are eligible to participate in this procurement under the terms of this solicitation and under USAID regulations.

Furthermore, we hereby certify that, to the best of our knowledge and belief:

·         We have no close, familial, or financial relationships with any Chemonics or HRH2030 One Health project staff members;

·         We have no close, familial, or financial relationships with any other offerors submitting proposals in response to the above-referenced RFQ; and

·         The prices in our offer have been arrived at independently, without any consultation, communication, or agreement with any other offeror or competitor for the purpose of restricting competition.

·         All information in our proposal and all supporting documentation is authentic and accurate.

·         We understand and agree to Chemonics’ prohibitions against fraud, bribery, and kickbacks.


We hereby certify that the enclosed representations, certifications, and other statements are accurate, current, and complete.

Authorized Signature:                                                                                       

Name and Title of Signatory:                                                                                  

Date:                                                                                                                  

Company Name:                                                                            

Company Address                                                                                                                      

Company Telephone and Website:
                                                                                                    

Company Registration or Taxpayer ID Number:                                                                                         

Company DUNS Number:                                                                                      

Does the company have an active bank account (Yes/No)?                                                                 

Official name associated with bank account (for payment):                                                                                                              


Section 5:  EVIDENCE OF RESPONSIBILITY STATEMENT

The following certification must be completed and submitted with the offeror’s quotation:


Evidence of Responsibility Statement

This statement describes the offeror’s internal policies and procedures, as well as its ability to comply with the terms and conditions of a potential subcontract resulting from RFQ No.1HRH2030 One Health Tanzania.  The offeror shall complete the information in this statement as part of its proposal.



Company Name:   ____________________                                                                                       

1. Authorized Negotiators

The offeror’s proposal in response to RFQ No.1 HRH2030 One Health Tanzaniamay be discussed with any of the following individuals. These individuals are authorized to represent our company in negotiation of this proposal.


Names of authorized negotiator(s):  ______________________________                                                                                               

These individuals can be reached at the following office:

Address: _______________________                                                                                                   

Telephone/Email: ___________________________                                                   


2. Adequate Financial Resources

We hereby certify that the above-named company maintains adequate financial resources to manage any subcontract resulting from this offer.


3. Ability to Comply

We certify we are able to comply with the proposed schedule and period of performance, having taken into consideration all existing business commitments, commercial as well as governmental.

4. Record of Performance, Integrity, and Business Ethics

Our record of integrity is outstanding.  We have no allegations of lack of integrity or of questionable business ethics. Our integrity can be confirmed by our Past Performance References, contained in the Technical Volume.


5. Organization, Experience, Accounting and Operational Controls, and Technical Skills

Describe how the subcontract will be managed:                                                                                       

6. Equipment and Facilities

We maintain the necessary facilities and equipment to carry out the subcontract.


7. Eligibility to Receive Award

We are qualified and eligible to receive an award under applicable laws and regulation. In addition, we have performed similar work – describe:                                                                       


8. Acceptability of Subcontract Terms and Conditions

We have reviewed the solicitation document and attachments and agree to the terms and conditions set forth therein.


I hereby certify that the above statements are true and accurate, to the best of my knowledge.


Company Name:  ___________________________                                                                                                       

By (Signature): ___________________ Title: _____________________


Printed Name: ____________________ Date: _____________________



Download the full document here: Tender: Local and regional transportation services in Tanzania

Employment Opportunities at The University of Arusha


The University of Arusha (UOA) invites applications from suitably qualified, competent and skilled Tanzanian applicants to fill the following vacant posts:

1. CLINICAL OFFICER 1/SENIOR CLINICAL OFFICER II 

Key Responsibilities:
a. Makes proper diagnosis of disease,
b. Prescribes treatments,
c. Treats wounds,
d. Gives First Aid to MCH problems,
e. Gives anesthesia during operations,
f. Attends general outpatient clinics,
g. Performs minor/major operations
h. Performs any other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer. 

Job Requirements;
 Holder of form IV or VI certificates plus a Diploma or degree in clinical medicine from a recognized institution.
 Promoted with a minimum of B grade in performance appraisal after serving in that position for at least three years.

2. SENIOR MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN II/III 

 Holder of Form IV or VI with a diploma/ degree from any recognized institution with at least four years working experience

Key Responsibilities:
a. Prepares reagents,
b. Performs examinations in Parasitological and hematology,
c. Collects and maintains laboratory records
d. Checking laboratory equipment and microscopes
e. Collects and process specimen collected by Dr. for examination and at referral hospitals for diagnosis,
f. Any other duties assigned by the superior.

Mode of Application:
Qualified candidates are required to submit their applications to the undersigned, accompanied with a curriculum vitae, names of three referees together with their contact addresses, copies of certificate/transcripts and birth certificates latest 15th March, 2019

Deputy Vice Chancellor,
Planning Administration and Finance,
University of Arusha,
P. O. Box 7,
Usa- River, Arusha
Tanzania

E-mail: simonarego@gmail.com

Employment Opportunities at CRDB Bank


Our client, CRDB Bank Plc is the largest, wholly owned private universal commercial bank in Tanzania. The Bank established in 1996 because of the Tanzanian Government’s privatisation of state owned firms. The major shareholders of the Bank are DANIDA, the International Finance Corporation, and Pension Funds and individual Tanzanians. CRDB Bank has over the years, grown to become the most innovative, first choice and trusted bank in the country. CRDB Bank offers a comprehensive range of Corporate, Retail (SME), Treasury, and Microfinance services.

CRDB Bank Plc would like to recruit dynamic and visionary Tanzanians to fill in two executive positions. The applicants must be of outstanding integrity and creativity with a good track record of initiating change and capable of interacting with diverse groups of people.

DIRECTOR OF RETAIL BANKING (REF NO. CRDB/DRB/03-19)

Job Purpose:
Reporting to the Deputy Managing Director of Operations and Customer Service (OCS), DIRECTOR OF RETAIL BANKING will be responsible for managing the retail banking side of the bank and overseeing banks network of branches and agents. The role also includes overseeing branch and agency performance and ensuring operational efficiency through revenue maximization and cost containment.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:
• Developing, monitoring and implementing the bank’s retail banking strategy in order to attain and sustain optimal channel efficiency and competitive edge;
• Monitoring the performance of branches and ensuring that high quality customer services is provided to all clients and safeguarding the bank against fraud, leakage, misappropriation;
• Cascading strategic goals into departmental operational plans in order to achieve the targeted growth in sales and profit;
• Supporting the annual budgeting process and providing realistic input into the departmental sales budgets;
• Ensuring that retail operations are compliant with laws, policies, regulations and procedures ensuring minimum risk to staff members and the business;
• Managing and reviewing the performance and development of the department and subsequent staff

Key Qualifications and Experience:
• Master’s Degree in business administration in finance, economics and + or any other equivalent qualification from a recognized university; and
• 10 years relevant working experience of which 5 years should be at senior management level.


DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES (REF NO. CRDB/DHR/03-19)

Job Purpose:
Reporting to Deputy Managing Director Shared Services, the DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES will be responsible for planning, directing and controlling the human resources activities of the bank including recruitment and selection, training and staff development, compensation, rewards and benefits, safety and health, welfare and industrial relations.
The director will be responsible for providing strategic leadership in the human resource management function of the bank in accordance with CRDB policies as stipulated in the corporate strategy, personnel manual, circulars and directives issued from time to time by management and the Board of Directors.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:
• Developing and implementing human resource strategies on acquisition, development, reward, retention and succession;
• Ensuring clear interpretation, awareness, understanding and application of human resources policies and procedures;
• Developing and monitoring the implementation of remuneration and benefits scheme including bonus and incentive packages;
• Ensuring the Human Resource Information System (HRIS) and Performance Management Systems (PMS) are used efficiently for human resources management purposes;
• Engaging with both internal and external stakeholders on strategic issues related to human resource management;
• Overseeing the implementation of Bank-wide training and development programs; and
• Overseeing preparation and monitor approved departmental annual budget.

Key Qualifications and Experience:
• Master’s in commercial discipline preferably Human Resources, Business Administration, Banking, Finance or equivalent;
• 10 years relevant working experience of which 5 years should be at senior management level;
• Certified HR professional and member of HR professional bodies (CIPD, SHRM, HBR, and CEB) will be an added advantage; and
• Must have full working knowledge of the Tanzanian labour laws and regulations, banking regulations and other relevant laws.

Key competencies for both positions:
• Excellent analytical and budgeting skills;
• Strong leadership and interpersonal skills with the ability to develop team;
• Demonstrated ability to manage change in a reputable medium to large size organisation;
• Effective communication skills coupled with the ability to effectively network with stakeholders;
• Computer literate;
• High level ability to manage performance and accountability; and
• Demonstrated ability to manage change in a reputable organisation and proving strategic focus.


If you believe you are the right candidate for this position, kindly submit your application with a detailed CV, photocopies of academic certificate, and names of three referees with their contacts, quoting reference number on both the application letter and envelope. For electronic applications, please quote the job reference number on the subject of your email.

Applications should be submitted to the address below not later than 1st APRIL, 2019.

The Director
Executive Selection Division
Deloitte Consulting Limited
3rd Floor, Aris House
Haile Selassie Road
P.O. Box 1559
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
E-mail: esd@deloitte.co.tz

 


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