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Thursday

Procurement and Logistics Officers



The Belgian Development Agency, ENABEL, mobilizes its resources and its expertise to eliminate poverty in the world. ENABEL contributes to the efforts of the international community and works towards a society that provides present and future generations with sufficient resources to build a sustainable and fair world.

The KIGOMA Projects CLUSTER's coordination team is based at the Kigoma Regional Secretariat, and is led by National Project Coordinators from RS office and Enabel International Project Managers. ENABEL seeks to recruit its procurement and logistics officer, for the Support Services Unit of the KIGOMA PROJECTS CLUSTER.

JOB TITLE: PROCUREMENT AND LOGISTICS OFFICER  KIGOMA PROJECTS CLUSTER

DUTY STATION: KIGOMA WITH TRAVELS TO THE DISTRICTS
CONTRACT DURATION: 24 MONTHS (RENEWABLE) WITH A 6-MONTH PROBATION PERIOD
CONTRACT START DATE: AS SOON AS POSSIBLE



Major Roles and Responsibilities:

PROCUREMENT:
Prepare the procurement and purchase plan for the projects on a yearly and quarterly basis and coordinate its implementation; Establish technical specifications in collaboration with the requesting projects; Ensure that all furniture, equipment and services purchased are cost effective and of good quality (value for money); Explore the market and establish contact with suppliers and potential suppliers; Negotiate and Establish framework contracts. Maintain a database with a price list for routine purchases and services; Advise responsible staff on specifications templates and procedures with regard to procurement.
Align, motivate and sensitize stakeholders to implement and follow the procurement and logistic procedures

FLEET MANAGEMENT:
Ensure fleet management: registration, insurance, maintenance, fuel monitoring, itineraries report, log book review, Ensure that vehicles and drivers have all documents required to circulate. Supervise Drivers Follow-up of log records, analyze and alert supervisors on misuse, propose corrective measures. Coordinate transport for all ENABEL staff, government officials and consultants in an efficient and cost effective manner.

DOCUMENT ADMINISTRATION and IT:
Establish an inventory of the Projects and keep it up-to-date. Keep a register of all requests (PSR), purchases (stock), investments (Inventory) and contracted services; Establish all Administrative documents (Requests for prices, Evaluation Reports) related to the procurement and logistics of the projects; Ensure that all assets are insured on time; Support Bidding process above 25.000 Eur. (invitation to tender, notification, award etc), and follow-up tenders administration. Manage IT, outsource services if required

Profile required:
University degree in Procurement and/or Logistic Management and/or related studies; Any other Procurement relevant courses will be of an added advantage. Minimum of 5 Years proven experience in working with tendering procedures and logistic issues; Preferably, 5 years of a similar type of job in an international cooperation agency or NGO. Ability to write and identify material technical specifications; Good knowledge of quality and safety standards; Excellent language skills in English, both written and spoken; Pro-active and integrity and a positive attitude; Self-sufficient, Mature, good communication skills; Good knowledge of software and database applications (MS Word, Excel and Access and Outlook) and learning ability for new innovative tools (shared servers, e-filing, ERP-system...); Able to work under stressful conditions; Flexibility to go on regular field missions.

ENABEL will offer a competitive salary package, relocation bonus, medical insurance for staff, spouse and biological dependants. plus a 14th Month package.

Deadlines for application: 4pm on June 1st, 2018

Detailed Terms of Reference can be viewed at https://btctanzania.wordpress.com/: and applications must include:

1. Maximum 1 page signed cover letter explaining why you consider yourself to be the best fit for the position;
2 A CV indicating your relevant skills and experience:
3. Copies of relevant certificates.

E: recruitment.tza@enabel.be  

Send applications by registered mail to Enabel-Belgian Development agency P.O.Box 24 Kigoma Region secretariat office or apply by email. Letters and emails should clearly indicate the position you are applying for on the envelope or for emails in the Subject line and sent to an e-mail (max 2 MB) to recruitment.tza@enabel.be 

Late applications will not be considered.

Only short listed applicants will be notified.

Wednesday

Assistant Grants Officer (1 Post) Kigoma


Job Title: Assistant Grants Officer - 2 Positions
Job Location: Based in Kigoma
Reports to: Grants Manager


IMA world Health in partnership with Cornell University, Partnership for Nutrition in Tanzania (PANITA) and Development Media International (DMI) will be implementing a five year program (from 2015 to 2019/2020) for Addressing Stunting in Tanzania Early (ASTUTE), to improve early childhood development and reduce the prevalence of stunting (low height for age) among Tanzanian children under 5 years old with focus on the first 1,000 days of life from conception.

The DFID-funded project in Tanzania will be implemented in 5 regions of Kagera, Mwanza, Shinyanga, Geita and Kigoma in collaboration with Local Government Authorities and other multi sectoral stakeholders to support the National nutrition Strategy and will look, specifically to;-

1) support interventions to build knowledge, change attitudes, strengthen practice and expand services
2) retrain health facility and community level resource persons to ensure community engagement
3) deliver overall nutrition components and build the capacity of DNuOs and District trainers
4) build capacity for planning, programming, budgeting and financial management to sustainably address stunting.


Position Summary
Working in collaboration and consultation with the Grants Manager, this position assists in the management and delivery of the ASTUTE and contributes to overall programme effectiveness and efficient programme delivery.

Key Accountabilities

  • To assist the Grants Manager in in developing, managing, delivering and promoting the grants. To ensure that the grants review and selection process in a manner that is responsible, professional, financially sound, participatory, sensitive to local needs, culture and politics and in accordance with IMA policies and Donor procedures.
  • Participates in sharing and planning meetings to discuss and address issues related to Grants programme implementation
  • Contributes to the development the Grants’ monitoring and evaluation framework and assists in its implementation including baseline data gathering, monitoring and evaluation strategies and systems to effectively project results
  • Conducts occasional field visits in accordance with the monitoring and evaluation plan and in coordination with other team officers or other ASTUTE staff to ensure compliance of grants with IMA policies/procedures and DFID’s rules/regulations.
  • Assists in the development of and maintains the system of a database of grantees, including a tracking system that provides frequent updates on fund-flows, reporting requirements, audits, contract deliverables and budget revisions.
  • Participates in the annual work planning and budgeting process for the Grants. Assists Grants Manager in the preparation and writing of progress and annual reports, annual work plans, status reports and other documents that may be requested by the Supervisor.
  • Close follow up to ensure that all sub grantees adhere to all what has been stated in their respective sub agreement according to their scope work and as per detailed work plan and budget.
  • Provides guidance to councils, sub grantee at least once a year, writing report, discuss findings with management sand provide feedback reports and share the developed action list with the Grants Manager.
  • Visit councils on quarterly basis or anytime required to discuss questioned costs and any in compliance issues which has been noted; and provide feedback to the Grant Manager for any critical issues and proposed corrective measures taken.
  • Monitor grant expenditures against budget to prevent variances by building their capacity on how best to minimize the same.


Common Accountabilities

  • Works closely with the teams across the 4 Outcome Areas to contribute to the Foundation’s commitment to build a culture of learning in Participatory Governance through the implementation of a communication for development policy.
  • Supports colleagues in delivering the organization objectives, including assisting in events and initiatives that fall outside the direct responsibilities of this post.
  • Represents the organization at meetings, functions and events, some of which may occur outside normal office hours and may involve long-distance travel.
  • Performs any other reasonable duties and tasks as requested by IMA World Health.


Required Qualifications

  • Excellent Swahili and English communication skills, including written English skills
  • Undergraduate degree related to international development, Accounting, development studies, economics, social sciences, community development, democracy and governance with at least 3-5 years NGO experience.
  • Extensive experience in technical support work preferably in an international development organization. Previous grants management support would be an asset
  • Has a good knowledge of international development issues, trends and approaches
  • A sound understanding of monitoring and evaluation technologies, Local Government financial operations, ideally Results Based Management (RBM)
  • Understanding of civil society organizations and the field of participatory governance
  • Strong communication skills both written and verbal, experience in writing and documentation of meetings and workshops, guides and technical material
  • Advanced computer skills, particularly MS Office (MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint)
  • Experience in minute taking
  • Well-organised, resourceful with good planning and problem-solving abilities
  • A team player, flexible, quick-thinking and able to work well under pressure
  • Commitment to the IMA vision, mission, values and goals


How to Apply
Interested applicants may submit their application together with photocopies of testimonials plus updated curriculum vitae by 15th February 2017 to the following Email address; -  tanzaniaHR@imaworldhealth.org

The e-mail subject must read "ASTUTE – Assistant Grants Officer" Email applications must be accompanied by a signed and scanned letter, with a one page motivational letter for the position the original of which will be required to be produced at the time of interview. Attachments should be in one folder

Or by mail box: Applications must in a sealed envelope addressed to the following:

Country Director IMA World Health Tanzania,
P.O. Box 9260,
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania


Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.


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Monday

Procurement and Logistic Manager


Plan is an international child – centered Development Organization whose mission is to achieve lasting improvements in the quality of life of deprived children through a process that unites people across cultures and adds meaning and value to their lives. Plan has been working in Tanzania since 1991, supporting children and communities to gain better access to health, education, water, sanitation and hygiene, livelihoods and protection.

Plan International Tanzania now invites applications from suitable, qualified and experienced persons to fill the Procurement and Logistic Manager Position to support our response to the Burundi Refugees in the new camps Kibondo (Nduta & Mtendeli).

PROCUREMENT AND LOGISTIC MANAGER – KIBONDO  

Job purpose and summary: Plan International Tanzania commenced emergency operations in May 2015 in response to the significant influx of Burundian refugees into western Tanzania. Plan’s response aims to support vulnerable children including those who are separated and unaccompanied through child protection programs. This response has grown significantly to a team of +40 staff and a budget exceeding $3m. This position manages the procurement and logistic functions of the response including procurement of NFIs, manages CFS & Youth Centre’s construction, fleet management, supply chain management and security assets.

Dimension of the roles:
The role has 8 direct reports including drivers, cleaners, security and logistic officer. It is responsible for the procurement and contract management worth +$1m, security of +40 staff and a fleet of live vehicles. The role is a SMT level for the ER program.


Skill required for the job
Strong administrative skills
Analytical and problem solving skills
Excellent communication skills
Strong team player and motivational skills
Strong negotiating and influencing skills
Proficient in computer skills

Qualifications and Experience
University degree in Procurement and Supply chain Management, Administration, Logistics or Business management field with a minimum of 3 years of practical experience in similar role in a reputable organization. A master’s degree will be an added advantage.
A professional qualification and membership of recognized purchasing and supplies institutions
Demonstrate relevant progressive experience in similar posts
Deeper understanding of the various Donor grants procurement rules and guidelines
Fluent in English and Kiswahili languages


MODE OF APPLICATION
Plan International Tanzania is an equal opportunity employer. Interested and qualified Tanzanians are invited to send their applications enclosing detailed curriculum vitae, certificate copies of relevant education and professional qualifications together with names of three referees, and their contact. 

Therefore all applications should be sent to recruitment.tanzania@plan-international.org not later than 15th May, 2016. 

Applicants will be shortlisted and contacted as they come in basis. 

Storekeeper


Job Title: Storekeeper
Employer: Tanzania Water and Environmental Sanitation (TWESA)
Location: Nyarugusu Camp, Kigoma region

Duration: Full-time position with contract until 31st December 2016

Application deadline: 17:00hrs on Tuesday 10th May 2016

Job Description
TWESA is a Tanzanian NGO that was formed in 1997 to relieve suffering of disaster victims in emergencies and of poor communities in needy areas, through development and implementation of improved and protected water supply, environmental sanitation and hygiene.

TWESA implements water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services and facilities in the Kagera and Kigoma regions of Tanzania, including in the Nyarugusu, Nduta and Mtendeli refugees camps.

All TWESA employees are expected to work in accordance with the organisation’s core values: accountability, impartiality, compassion, non-discrimination and excellence. These attitudes and beliefs shall guide our actions and relationships. TWESA is an equal opportunity employer – women and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Roles and Responsibilities
The Storekeeper’s main responsibilities will be receiving, deliveries, coordinating stocks, documenting stores/warehouse transactions, maintaining records and overseeing storage of surplus inventory for TWESA Kasulu.

1. Ensure that the issued and received goods records are well kept in the bin card.
2. Responsible for the warehouse cleanliness, arrangements and safety.
3. Report to logistics all the items received and issued in and out the warehouse daily.
4. Supervise the on loading of the items from the warehouse to sites so that the requested items will be the ones loaded.
5. Assist the logistics on evaluating the supplies before they enter the warehouse and be recorded in bin cards and ledgers
6. Maintain the physical amount in the warehouse according to the balance appearing in the card of each item.
7. Report to the logistics on the items to be procured as soon as possible so as to avoid any delay sin field activities.
8. Make self-imposed checks between perpetual records and actual stock and investigate any discrepancies with report to the logistics officer.
9. Issue tools and goods against a properly authorized requisition and adjust stock control cads/books accordingly.

Required academic qualifications
Minimum of Diploma in stores management or similar qualification.
Desired professional competencies
• At least 2 years’ experience in stores management
• Knowledge of stock inventory procedures, requisitions etc
• Computer literacy, including MS Office, email and internet
• Good negotiation skills
• Experience in working with/in NGOs
• Excellent oral and written communication skills in both English and Swahili

Desired personal competencies
• Able to engage positively with colleagues, beneficiaries, donors and partners
• Able to work both independently and as part of a team
• Excellent time management skills
• Able to work under pressure

How to Apply
Applications are accepted from Tanzanian citizens only. Women are encouraged to apply.
Please send your CV and cover letter to twesa@twesa.org.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Please mention the position "Storekeeper" in your email subject.

Applications must be received by 1700hrs on Tuesday 10th May 2016.

For more information, please email twesa@twesa.org or call +255 222 460 301

Freelancer Business Executives - (1 Posts) Kigoma


Mwananchi Communications Limited publishers of leading Tanzania newspapers, Mwananchi, Mwanaspoti and The Citizen are looking for motivated and highly experienced individuals to fill the positions of: -

Freelancer Business Executives - (1 Posts)  Kigoma 


Job Purpose:
To develop, maintain and increase a solidly dependable client base, to sell advertising space and provide an effective service to clients so as to maximise advertising sales volumes and revenue targets. .

Main Responsibilities:
• The successful candidates will be responsible for the following key result areas:
• Thoroughly familiarizes oneself with comparative (own and competition) readership, circulation and rates and cost of advertising in all print and electronic media.
• Identifies potential advertising clients, studies their business, current and potential customers and to convince the clients the value and benefits of advertising in newspapers and publications published by the Company.
• Executes sales by discussing and obtaining accurate client requirements, size of advertisements, dates for insertion and price and obtains confirmation signatures of the authorized client representative.
• Assists clients in the preparation of the advertising copy and leases with the Graphic Designer for professional advice on artwork.
• Prepares daily call plans and reports and discusses them with the Classified Sales Manager and reports any problems encountered for assistance and guidance.

Minimum Qualifications and Experience:
• Academic: Basic University Degree in Business Studies.
• Experience: 1-2 years working experience
• Excellent Analytical and communication skills (English & Swahili)

Note: 
Applicants should be based in the region that they are applying for the job.

How To Apply:
Interested and suitably qualified individuals should forward their applications enclosing a detailed CV and copies of professional certificates and a day time telephone contact by 13th May 2016 to:

Human Resources Manager
Mwananchi Communications Ltd
P. O. Box 19754,
Dar es Salaam.

Email: hrm@tz.nationmedia.com

NB: Only short listed candidates will be contacted.


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Tuesday

Accountant at TIA - Kigoma Campus (1 Post)


The Tanzania Institute of Accountancy (TIA) is a Higher Learning Institute operating as a Government Executive Agency providing education in Accountancy, Procurement & Logistics Management and other business related disciplines. The Institute requires qualified and dedicated personnel to fill the following posts in its establishment


Job Vacancy: Accountant - Kigoma Campus (1 Post)


Required Qualifications:

  • Holder of First Degree in Accountancy or its equivalents qualifications, graduated from academic year 2013/14. CPA is an added advantage.
  • Reports to Head of Finance and Accounts

Duties:

  • Checking and analyzing details and data in the books of accounts;
  • Carrying out reconciliation of accounts including bank statements;
  • Carrying out verification of work done at lower levels;
  • Verifying payment vouchers - and cash accounts;
  • Preparing and keeping financial records and reports, costing works diaries and services;
  • Authorize payments appropriate for the unit or Campus within delegated powers;
  • Collecting and carrying out analysis and make interpretation of financial. data of the Institute;
  • Assisting in planning and monitoring of development projects;
  • Checking bank' reconciliation and other monthly reports.

Age limit: Not more than 35 years.
Salary: TIASS 5/1


How To Apply:

All applicants should be ready to work at any of the six campuses (Mtwara, Sing ida, Mbeya, Mwanza, Kigoma and Dar es Salaam) or as the Appointing Authority may decide in the interest of the Institute.

Application should be accompanied with: -

  • A well-typed CV;
  • Copies of relevant certificates;
  • Names of at least three (3) referees;
  • Pass-pot size picture attached;
  • Contact address during daytime (Postal
  • Address, Telephone and Fax)

Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

ADDRESS:
All applications should be addressed to:


CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER,
TANZANIA INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANCY (TIA),
P. O. BOX 9522,
DAR ES SALAAM.
TEL +255 22 2851035/6
FAX +255 22 736502630

Deadline:
The deadline for this applications is on 20th January 2016 at 16:00 hours

Friday

Assistant Lecturers at TIA Kigoma Campus - 4 Posts


Tanzania Institute of Accountancy (TIA) is one of the Technical Institutions in Tanzania, providing courses in accountancy and business related fields that are recognized by NACTE, the National Council for technical Education. The institute is offering – in its head quarter Dar es Salaam and in Mbeya, Mtwara, and Singida – certificate, diploma and degree courses for the public and private sector. Besides these courses, TIA is offering special programmes for central and local government employees, review classes and consultancy services. TIA has recently adopted the Competence-Based Education and Training (CBET) approach as the way forward, the way to attain the quality of education and training that meets the demands of a dynamic and permanently changing labour market.

Position: Assistant Lecturers  at TIA  -  KIGOMA CAMPUS (4 POSTS)
  1. Financial Management  -1 post
  2. General  Management  – 1 post
  3. Procurement & Logistics Management – 1 post
  4. Information Communication Technology  1 post

Required Qualifications:
Holder of Masters Degree and upper second class with a minimum average of GPA 3.8 in the first degree (in the relevant field).

Duties:
  • Teaches up to NTA level 8 (Bachelors Degree);
  •  Prepares learning resources for tutorial exercises;
  • Conducts research, seminars and case studies;
  • Supervising students project;
  • Preparing teaching manuals;
  • Carries out consultancy and community services under supervision;
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by supervisor;

Age limit:  Not more than 45 years.

Salary:    PHTS 2

PLACE OF WORK:
All applicants should be ready to work at any of the six campuses (Mtwara, Singida, Mbeya, Mwanza, Kigoma and Dar es Salaam) or as the Appointing Authority may decide in the interest of the Institute.


Application should be accompanied with: -
A well-typed CV;
Copies of relevant certificates;
Names of at least three (3) referees;
Pass-pot size picture attached;
Contact address during daytime (Postal Address, Telephone, e mail and Fax)


Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
NB:   Applicants who are in Public Services/Institutes who are aspiring to join TIA should channel the applications through their respective current employers.

 HOW TO APPLY:

ADDRESS: All applications should be addressed to:

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER,
TANZANIA INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANCY (TIA),
P. O. BOX 9522,
DAR ES SALAAM.
TEL. +255 22 2851035/6
FAX +255 736502630

E-MAIL: tia@tia.ac.tz


DEADLINE: The deadline for submission of application is on 23rd January, 2015 16.00 hours.

 


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