Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Cultural Heritage Officer Ii /Curator II (1 Post)

The Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA) was established under National Parks Ordinance CAP.412 of 1959. This unique area is currently managed by the Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority (NCAA) pursuant to CAP 284 of 2002. It is under the Ministry for Natural Resources and Tourism. The main functions of the NCAA are to conserve and develop the natural and cultural heritage resources, to promote tourism in the NCA and promote the interests of indigenous people living in the area.

The Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority (NCAA) invites applications from qualified Tanzanians to fill the following vacant positions: -

Cultural Heritage Officer II /Curator II (1 Post)

Direct Entry Qualifications
Holder of Bachelor Degree in Archeology or equivalent qualifications from a recognized institution.

Main Duties and responsibilities:
(i) To participate in the preparation of promotional programs on cultural heritage.
(ii) To participate in carrying out laboratory activities pertaining to cultural heritage.
(iii) To participate in the preparation and preservation of cultural heritage/museum archives.
(iv) To provide education on identification and value of cultural heritage resource.
(v) To participate in the preparation of inspection reports on cultural heritage sites.
(vi) To perform any other duties as may be assigned from time to time by supervisor.

In accordance to NCAA’s salary scales.

Mode of Application:
Own handwritten application with comprehensive typed curriculum vitae, accompanied with copies of relevant academic Certificates and Transcripts plus names and addresses of three referees to be sent to:-

The Conservator,
Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority,
P. O. Box 1,
Tel: +255 27 2537006/19

So as to reach this office not later than 08th March, 2019

Applicants should not exceed 45 years of age and they must indicate their telephone/mobile and E-mail addresses for quick response.
Employed applicants must channel their applications through their current employers.