Thursday, May 3, 2012

Employment Opportunities Tanzania May 2012

DFID Tanzania - Head of Corporate Services

This post is a challenging opportunity to lead Corporate Services for the British government presence in Tanzania.

Closing date for application is: 20 June 2012

Education Research Associate - Tanzania Partnership Program

Office of International Studies in Education
Michigan State University
Major Responsibilities:
This position is for a one-year fixed term appointment, with possibility of renewal. TPP is a long-term, inter-college, multidisciplinary effort to collaborate with African institutions (e.g. UDSM, AKU) to address problems of poverty, food security, health and environment in African rural communities. In March 2008, two pilot communities (one in northern Tanzania and one in southern Tanzania) were selected based on need, local capacity and receptiveness, and partner experience in the region.
As part of a multidisciplinary team across colleges at MSU, the research associate will share in responsibilities for (1) planning, developing, conducting, and evaluating education activities in the two target villages ; (2) developing and carrying out a research agenda of potential benefit to the target village and focusing on the overall goals of TPP; (3) planning and developing a multidisciplinary longitudinal database for the target villages, including capability to analyze the effects of TPP interventions on relevant indicators of village well-being and resilience. Substantial travel to Tanzania and willingness to reside and work short-term in remote locations with limited amenities are required.
Qualifications:
Required: Ph.D. in a field of importance to education and development in rural sub-Saharan African settings.
Desired: Experience in development and research in rural low-income settings, especially in Africa. Data management experience, optimally including knowledge of how to organize and document longitudinal data for long-term interdisciplinary use by multiple researchers. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively. Demonstrated effectiveness in dealing with government agencies and NGOs in rural regions of low income countries. Ability to use Swahili in speaking, listening, reading and writing.
To Apply:
Interested persons should apply to position 6191 via the link at http://jobs.msu.edu with letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three professional references. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Questions can be submitted to MSU, Professor Jack Schwille, email jschwill@msu.edu.
MSU is committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The university actively encourages applications and/or nominations of women, persons of color, veterans and persons with disabilities. Persons with disabilities may request and receive reasonable accommodation.


STORE KEEPER FOR - MOROGORO
Qualification: College Diploma on sales and/or marketing
Apply: Human Resources Manager Sao Hill Industry Limited
Box 4730 , Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News May 08, 2012
Deadline: May 25, 2012

SALES OFFICER - DODOMA
Qualification: College Diploma on sales and/or marketing
Apply: Human Resources Manager Sao Hill Industry Limited
Box 4730 , Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News May 08, 2012
Deadline: May 25, 2012

SALES OFFICER - MOROGORO
Qualification: College Diploma on sales and/or marketing
Apply: Human Resources Manager Sao Hill Industry Limited
Box 4730 , Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News
May 08, 2012
Deadline: May 25, 2012

YARD MANAGER - MOROGORO
Qualification: University Diploma om marketing or business administration
Apply: Human Resources Manager Sao Hill Industry Limited
Box 4730 , Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News
May 08, 2012
Deadline: May 25, 2012

QUALITY MANAGER
Qualification: Advanced diploma or degree in food technology,laboratories(BLS)from recognized University or College
Apply: Email ;
recruitmentpowerfoods@gmail.com
Details:Daily News May 08, 2012
Deadline: May 22, 2012

LOGISTIC/WAREHOUSE OFFICER
Qualification: A holder of Certificate of East Africa Customs, Clearing and freight forwading practices from TRA Tax Administration
Apply: Email ;
recruitmentpowerfoods@gmail.com
Details:Daily News May 08, 2012
Deadline: May 22, 2012

FINANCIAL COTROLLER
Qualification: Bachelor of Commerce degree Accounting or MBA in Finance with mandatory professional qualification in the Accounting profession CPA(T) or equivalent
Apply: email;
recruitmentpowerfoods@gmail.com
Details:Daily News May 08, 2012
Deadline: May 22, 2012

PERSONAL ASSISTANT MANAGEMENT
Qualification: Advanced Secondary education and Diploma in Secretarial studies
Apply: The Human Resources
Manager, AccesBank
Box 95061 ,Dar es salaam
Details:Daily News May 11, 2012
Deadline: May 23, 2012

BRANCH MANAGER - DAR ES SALAAM
Qualification: Degree in Finance,Accountancy, Economics or equivalent full professional qualification in banking
Apply: The Managing Director
The Peolpe’s Bank of Zanzibar Ltd
Box 1173 ,Zanzibar
Details:Daily News May 11, 2012
Deadline: May 25, 2012

TELEPHONE OPERATOR / RECEPTIONIST- UNGUJA
Qualification: National form IV Certificate in Division III plus a certificate in front Office Management fro a recognized Institution
Apply: The Managing Director
The Peolpe’s Bank of Zanzibar Ltd
Box 1173 ,Zanzibar
Details:Daily News May 11, 2012
Deadline: May 25, 2012

CREDIT OFFICER - UNGUJA
Qualification: University degree or Advanced Diploma in Accountancy or equivalent qualifications
Apply: The Managing Director
The Peolpe’s Bank of Zanzibar Ltd
Box 1173 ,Zanzibar
Details:Daily News May 11, 2012
Deadline: May 25, 2012

CREDIT OFFICER - PEMBA
Qualification: University degree or Advanced Diploma in Accountancy or equivalent qualifications
Apply: The Managing Director
The Peolpe’s Bank of Zanzibar Ltd
Box 1173 ,Zanzibar
Details:Daily News May 11, 2012
Deadline: May 25, 2012

AUDITOR - UNGUJA
Qualification: University degree or Advanced Diploma in Accountancy,Finance,Banking ,Business Adminsistration or Computer Science or equivalent qualification
Apply: The Managing Director
The Peolpe’s Bank of Zanzibar Ltd
Box 1173 ,Zanzibar
Details:Daily News May 11, 2012
Deadline: May 25, 2012

FINANCE OFFICER- 2 POSTS (UNGUJA)
Qualification: Holder of degree or Advanced Diploma in Accountancy or equivalent qualifications
Apply: The Managing Director
The Peolpe’s Bank of Zanzibar Ltd
Box 1173 ,Zanzibar
Details:Daily News May 11, 2012
Deadline: May 25, 2012

RISK AND COMPLIAANCE OFFICER - UNGUJA
Qualification: Degree in Banking, Finance,Accounting or Business Administration, from recognized University or Institution
Apply: The Managing Director
The Peolpe’s Bank of Zanzibar Ltd
Box 1173 ,Zanzibar
Details:Daily News May 11, 2012
Deadline: May 25, 2012

CUSTOMER SERVICES OFFICER
(ISLAMIC BANKING) -DAR ES SALAAM
Qualification: Degree in Banking, Commerce, or Economics, or Business Administration, or Advanced Diploma in Banking or equivalent
Apply: The Managing Director
The Peolpe’s Bank of Zanzibar Ltd
Box 1173 ,Zanzibar
Details:Daily News May 11, 2012
Deadline: May 25, 2012

CUSTOMER SERVICES OFFICER
( ISLAMIC BANKING) - PEMBA
Qualification: Degree in Banking, Commerce, or Economics, or Business Administration, or Advanced Diploma in Banking or equivalent
Apply: The Managing Director
The Peolpe’s Bank of Zanzibar Ltd
Box 1173 ,Zanzibar
Details:Daily News May 11, 2012
Deadline: May 25, 2012

LEGAL OFFICER - UNGUJA
Qualification: University degree in law with bias in Company and Commerical law
Apply: The Managing Director
The Peolpe’s Bank of Zanzibar Ltd
Box 1173 ,Zanzibar
Details:Daily News May 11, 2012
Deadline: May 25, 2012

CUSTOMER SERVICES OFFICER - UNGUJA
Qualification: Degree in Banking, Commerce, or Economics, or Business Administration, or Advanced Diploma in Banking or equivalent
Apply: The Managing Director
The Peolpe’s Bank of Zanzibar Ltd
Box 1173 ,Zanzibar
Details:Daily News May 11, 2012
Deadline: May 25, 2012

BANK OPERATIONS OFFICER- UNGUJA
Qualification: Degree in Banking, Commerce, or Economics, or Business Administration, or Advanced Diploma in Banking or equivalent
Apply: The Managing Director
The Peolpe’s Bank of Zanzibar Ltd
Box 1173 ,Zanzibar
Details:Daily News May 11, 2012
Deadline: May 25, 2012

TELLER - 3 POSITIONS - PEMBA
Qualification: Degree in Banking, Commerce, or Economics, or Business Administration, or Advanced Diploma in Banking or equivalent
Apply: The Managing Director
The Peolpe’s Bank of Zanzibar Ltd
Box 1173 ,Zanzibar
Details:Daily News May 11, 2012
Deadline: May 25, 2012

TELLER - 2 POSITIONS - UNGUJA
Qualification: Degree in Banking, Commerce, or Economics, or Business Administration, or Advanced Diploma in Banking or equivalent
Apply: The Managing Director
The Peolpe’s Bank of Zanzibar Ltd
Box 1173 ,Zanzibar
Details:Daily News May 11, 2012
Deadline: May 25, 2012

DEPUTY CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
Qualification: A holder of Master’s Degree either in Accounts, Finance,Economics,Public Finance or equivalent qualification
Apply: Managing Director National Development Corporation
Box 2669 ,Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News May 04, 2012
Deadline: June 05, 2012

DEPUTY CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Qualification: Post Graduate degree in Engineering,(Mechanical Electrical,Civil process,mining or geology),Economics or business Administration
Apply: Managing Director National Development Corporation
Box 2669 ,Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News May 04, 2012
Deadline: June 05, 2012


Technical Advisor II: Advisor for Program Integration, Iringa Initiative and Evaluation

Global Health Fellows Program II

Technical Advisor II: Advisor for Program Integration, Iringa Initiative and Evaluation

USAID/Tanzania

Location: Iringa, Tanzania

Assignment: Two year fellowship

GHFP II-P1-034

The Global Health Fellows Program (GHFP-II) is a five year cooperative agreement implemented and managed by the Public Health Institute in partnership with CDC Development Solutions and Management Systems International. GHFP-II is supported by the US Agency for International Development (USAID).

GHFP-II’s goal is to improve the effectiveness of USAID health programs by developing and increasing the capacity of health professionals with tailored development opportunities. This is accomplished through the recruitment, placement and support of diverse health professionals at the junior, mid and senior levels, and professional development activities aimed at enhancing the technical and leadership skills of global health professionals.

INTRODUCTION:

The Advisor for Program Integration, Iringa Initiative and Evaluation, will work with a multicultural, multi-specialty team bridging programs across development sectors - Health and Population (including HIV/AIDS), Education, Democracy and Governance, and Agriculture (Feed the Future). S/he will receive direction from the Iringa Initiative and Evaluation Team Lead. S/he will be expected to work independently yet very collaboratively with the team of professionals who are involved in managing activities included in the Iringa Initiative and Evaluation, make program recommendations, and take initiative. S/he will advise USAID/Tanzania on all aspects of the implementation of the Iringa Initiative and Evaluation, considering on-the-ground realities.

The Advisor for Program Integration, Iringa Initiative and Evaluation, under the guidance of the Iringa Initiative and Evaluation Team Lead, will coordinate field implementation of program activities across the HIV/AIDS and Health teams (including wraparound projects with the Education, Democracy and Governance and Feed the Future teams) to ensure a holistic approach and rational calibration of interventions to support an effective and well-functioning health system in Iringa. These activities range from facilitating effective communications, information sharing, and linkages across all USAID implementing partners in the region, to liaising with Regional and District Authorities, and USAID evaluation partners (Johns Hopkins University, Muhimbili University for Allied Sciences, and the Primary Health Care Institute), in monitoring programmatic inputs and results (in the form of meeting program implementation targets) with regards to the Iringa Combination Prevention Evaluation. S/he will work in consultation with technical staff for health and HIV/AIDS programs, to synchronize project work plans and analyze process bottlenecks and barriers to effective coordination and collaboration. With them, the Advisor for Program Integration and Evaluation will identify complementarities, as well as opportunities for greater synergy across programs. The Advisor will provide any recommendations for significant program corrective actions to both the Health and the HIV/AIDS Team Leaders in conjunction with the Iringa Initiative and Evaluation Team Lead.

Because of the interagency nature of the GHI programs, the Advisor will also support the Iringa Initiative and Evaluation Team Lead in working closely with technical staff from CDC, DOD, and the Peace Corps to coordinate and consolidate lessons learned across USG combination prevention efforts in country.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Advisor for Program Integration and Evaluation will:

I. Provide coordination and strategic oversight to the linkages between and among partner activities as well as local government in Iringa (50%):

(a) Serve as the primary point of contact for Iringa LGAs and Iringa Initiative Implementing Partners (IPs) in the field. S/he will facilitate and support programmatic planning, monitoring, information sharing and coordination in the field in Iringa region. S/he will maintain strong relationships with Iringa LGAs, encouraging their leadership and ownership of the Initiative as it evolves and facilitating their active engagement in programmatic and Iringa evaluation working sessions as appropriate.

(b) Establish and maintain processes for coordination of activities in the field across USAID IPs to ensure collaboration, synergies and minimal duplication of efforts across programs. S/he will work with HIV/AIDS and health partners to ensure linkages are maintained across programs leading to minimal loss to follow up of people living with HIV/AIDS, but not eligible for ART, adherence to ART for people on treatment, and linking HIV negative and positive people with quality health care services.

(c) In consultation with technical staff from USAID, and under the guidance of the Iringa Initiative and Evaluation Team Lead, identify opportunities for integration of family planning, maternal/child health, malaria, and HIV/AIDS programs to achieve management and programmatic efficiencies that result in leveraged improvements in health and HIV/AIDS outcomes. In particular, along with existing USAID systems strengthening and capacity building partners in Iringa, the Advisor will identify ways to further accountability within LGA systems in Iringa. As systems begin to come together, the Advisor – in collaboration with the Iringa Team Lead – will leverage this activity as a safeguard to be certain that LGAs are engaged in achieving the desired results. S/he will also continually look for new opportunities for integration across development sectors – Education, Democracy and Governance, Feed the Future in addition to continually engaging already existing wraparound projects in the Iringa Initiative.

(d) Convene and facilitate quarterly Iringa Initiative IP meetings in the field as a forum to exchange ideas and showcase collaboration efforts and success stories. S/he will invite LGAs to actively participate and contribute to this process.

II. Monitor IP performance and target achievements to ensure quality and effectiveness of the program within the Iringa Combination Prevention Evaluation intervention areas, as well as facilitate the program evaluation feedback loop in the context of the evaluation (50%):

(a) Maintain close and continuous contact with the Iringa Combination Prevention Evaluation research team based in Iringa. This will include working closely with research staff from Johns Hopkins University, Muhimbili University, and the Primary Health Care Institute, to track the implementation of evaluation plans and report back to the Iringa Team Lead in Dar es Salaam, as well as USAID/Washington on a regular basis on progress made.

(b) Work closely with the Iringa Combination Prevention Evaluation Team to establish and implement a comprehensive monitoring system that tracks key indicators across a subset of USAID IPs. This subset of partners will include a mix of HIV/AIDS care, treatment and prevention partners identified as key service delivery partners within the evaluation intervention areas. The enhanced monitoring system will be designed to capture synergies as well as individual program contributions to the combination package. Once the system has been established and refined, s/he will work with the larger set of USAID IPs in Iringa to adapt it for implementation across the region as part of the larger Iringa Initiative outside of the Iringa evaluation areas.

(c) S/he will have the overall responsibility of working with the respective program managers (Assistance Officer Representatives) in Dar es Salaam, for ensuring open and appropriate information sharing between USAID IP staff based in the field in Iringa and evaluation partners. S/he will serve as the link between USAID IP staff in the field and evaluation partners with regards to the day to day implementation of program and evaluation activities on the ground. The Advisor will also facilitate and ensure information from the field is fed up to IP headquarters through the respective program managers and the Iringa Evaluation Team in Dar es Salaam.

(d) Ensure that program monitoring data collected by the evaluation partners is shared across all IPs involved in the evaluation in a timely and meaningful manner. S/he will collaborate with the Iringa Evaluation Team in designing a feedback loop to efficiently and effectively facilitate program course corrections when necessary. Lastly, s/he will document operational and program management lessons learned to be shared across regions.

The Advisor will be based in Iringa Region and will travel to Dar es Salaam at least once every three months.

REQUIRED SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE & EXPERIENCE:

• A minimum of a master’s degree in a relevant discipline such as health management, public health, the social sciences, reproductive health, MCH, or other field related to international development and/or public health.

• Minimum five years’ progressively responsible experience working with a donor agency and/or a development organization, with at least 2 years’ experience supporting development programs (Africa-specific preferred, but not required) in an international or resource challenged setting.

• Technical knowledge of HIV/AIDS care, treatment and prevention service delivery programs is required. Technical knowledge of family planning, maternal/child health, gender-based violence, malaria, tuberculosis, and public health service delivery programs and systems in developing countries is also desirable.

• Demonstrated experience working with developing country program managers, government authorities, and a broad array of local health service providers and community leaders highly desirable.

• Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work in a multicultural setting required. Able to motivate team members and work toward positive overall performance, work as a member of a technical or office management team, and to work independently required.

• Excellent collaboration skills; proven track record in building and maintaining relationships across multiple entities in a technical environment.

• Proven ability to communicate quickly, succinctly, and tactfully both verbally and in writing; ability to facilitate meetings and make oral presentations logically and persuasively to senior officials and partners in a multicultural context; ability to produce concise, clear reports, and use word processing, spreadsheet, and database programs required.

• Proficiency in Kiswahili highly desirable.

• US citizenship required.

• Ability to obtain and maintain medical clearance to live and work in Tanzania.

SALARY AND BENEFITS:

Salary will be based on commensurate experience and earnings history. The Public Health Institute offers a comprehensive benefits package including professional development programs http://www.ghfp.net/docs/2012_Benefits_Booklet_GHFP.pdf

How to apply:

All applicants are required to apply for this position through GHFP’s online recruitment system at https://www.ghfp.net/recruitment/, which allows you to store your CV, profile and bio data form in our database. A separate cover letter describing your qualifications and experience, interest and familiarity with issues relating to this position, and how this position relates to your career goals is required for each application. All online applications must be submitted by 5:00 pm Eastern Time, June 6, 2012.

We are proud to be an EEO/AA Employer.

Monitoring and Evaluation Manager , Mtwara Tanzania

The Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) is a private, non-denominational, development agency promoting creative and effective solutions to problems that impede social and economic development. AKF (East Africa) has initiated a multi-input area development programme – the Coastal Rural Support Programme, Tanzania (CRSP, T) – in southern Tanzania. The Programme’s overall goal is to improve the livelihoods of rural communities in Mtwara and Lindi Regions through sustainable socio-economic interventions in food security, income generation, health, and education.

The Foundation invites applications from suitable candidates to fill the following vacancy based in its office in Mtwara Region.

Monitoring and Evaluation Manager
Reporting to the Programme Director, the Monitoring and Evaluation Manager will be based in Mtwara and will lead the monitoring, evaluation and learning agenda for CRSPT. S/he will be responsible to design and implement M&E systems in order to ensure timely and vibrant tracking of progress against CRSPT’s activities, outputs and outcomes as well as document and disseminate lessons learnt.

Qualifications/Experience:
• A post-graduate degree, preferably in rural or social development, with practical experience in the monitoring and evaluation of activities in integrated development programmes, particularly in agriculture, market development, and civil society sectors; • A minimum of 7 years of relevant professional experience, with at least 5 years of direct experience in a development context within complex M&E units, particularly in rural areas; • Extensive knowledge of results-based management (RBM), including how to design and analyse logic models and how to develop SMART indicators; • Demonstrated knowledge and capacity to design and implement quantitative and/or qualitative research methods for the purpose of programme evaluation; • Demonstrated capacity to write results-based and donor reports; • Experience with the development of data collection methods and tools (forms, formats, questionnaires) as well as systems for the entry, analysis and storage of quantitative data (e.g. Ms Access, SPSS, or others) is must; • Strong interpersonal skills and experience in leadership positions; • Excellent written and verbal English-language skills; knowledge of Kiswahili is an asset; • Ability to travel extensively and live in remote conditions.

How to apply:

Interested applicants are requested to submit their CVs (not exceeding 3 pages), including contact details for three professional references, and a covering letter explaining why they are best suited for the particular position before the close of business on Friday, 1st, June 2012, to the Executive Officer, Aga Khan Foundation Office, P.O. Box 125, Dar-es-Salaam or by e-mail to recruit.akftz@akdn.org. Please note that only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Ophthalmologist

: CCBRT, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Contract Duration: 2 years

Contract Start: As soon as possible

Objective: The Head of the Ophthalmology Department at CCBRT improves the quality and efficiency of the ophthalmology department and oversees and ensures sustainability of the programme. He/she provides service delivery to eye patients including private patients and teaches Assistant Medical Officers (ophthalmology), trainees and nurses.

Main Tasks:

•To provide leadership for the eye unit with initiatives, supervision of human resources, and direction. •To develop a high volume service delivery eye unit with as much self sustainability as possible. •To develop and maintain the tables and staff responsibilities. •To play a leading role in the control and purchase of eye drugs and consumables. •To report to, liaise and negotiate with the hospital management to ensure the smooth running of the department. •To develop a close relationship with the Community Programme in terms of reaching patients and ensuring adequate follow up. •To be overall in charge of training, including AMOs, fellows, and nurses. •To advise CBM and CBM partners. •To liaise with other eye departments in the country. •To develop a meaningful relationship with the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC), the Kilimanjaro Centre for Community Ophthalmology (KCCO) both in Moshi, and Muhimbili National Hospital in Dar es Salaam.

Professional Profile and Requirements

Mandatory

•Post-graduate training / qualification in ophthalmology •Experience in Africa / VISION 2020 setting •Surgical experience – paediatrics, oculo-plastics •Surgical experience – cataract (Phaco and ECCE), glaucoma •Clinical and surgical teaching as well as training experience •Administrative experience

Not mandatory but advantageous •Interest in research •Community Eye Health, VISION 2020 training

Personal Profile

•Very good management and coordination skills •Excellent client & service orientation skills •Flexibility coupled with resilience •Intercultural knowledge and sensitivity •Excellent inter-personal skills •Ability to motivate people •Team player and very good communicator •Overseas experience in a developing country •Excellent English language skills

The future job holder adheres to CBM beliefs as well as values and commits to CBM’s Child Protection Policy.

How to apply:

CBM encourages persons with disabilities to apply for this position.

Candidates with the required profile and proven experiences are invited to submit, via e-mail (max 2MB), a cover letter, CV, three professional references, salary expectations and availability to recruitment@cbm.org

For more information about CBM, please visit: www.cbm.org.

FINANCE MANAGER

Futures Group develops and delivers innovative, locally relevant, evidence-based solutions to improve the health and well being of people around the world. Since 1971, we have assisted governmental and non-governmental agencies, foundations, and the private sector by designing, implementing and evaluating programs in HIV/AIDS, sexual and reproductive health, population and family planning, maternal and child health, infectious diseases, and gender. Futures Group has deep expertise in policy and advocacy, research and strategic information, health markets and private sector engagement, modeling and economic analysis, patient monitoring and management/HMIS, strategic consulting, and program management.

Key Responsibilities

• Maintain financial and accounting systems and procedures in accordance with Futures Group corporate requirements and USAID/CDC regulations • Preparation of semi-monthly financial reports and submission to HQ within stipulated date in the calendar • Review invoices and advise SI Advisor with regards to payment issues to clients, relevant suppliers, consultants and staff. • Prepare timely and accurate monthly, quarterly, annual inventory, and other financial reports as needed • Take responsible for receiving, documenting and managing all stock and commodities of the project, including forecasting and requisitions to guarantee optimal stock levels at all times • Prepare all relevant salary documentation (staff only) for payment • Download bank statements for the bank accounts, review cash book, reconcile the accounts and advise the SI Advisor accordingly • Maintain accurate and up-to-date financial records • Process supplier’s payments and hotel accommodations • Preparation of monthly bank reconciliation statements • Cash flow management; preparation of cash forecasts • Management, disbursement and reconciliation of the office petty cash/ field imprest • Review and prepare budgets for related project activities • Carry out banking duties as required • Supervise the payment process for participants at workshops • Supervise Finance and Administrative staff from other Futures Group projects in Tanzania • Write checks • Performing any other responsibilities as may be directed

Qualifications

• A degree in Finance/Accounting and/or CPA II or equivalent • At least 7 years’ experience in Finance/Accounts • Statutory audit experience would be an added advantage • Microsoft office proficiency including the ability to operate computerized accounting, spreadsheet and word-processing programs at a highly proficient level • Strong financial, analytical and/or evaluative skills. • Problem-solving, decision-making and good judgment skills. • Ability to take initiative and/or independently respond to situations. • Attention to detail and ability to effectively and efficiently perform multiple tasks and balance competing priorities often within a required timeframe. • Strong written and oral communication skills. • Ability to communicate effectively with managers, colleagues, and clients. • Ability to respond and adapt quickly to changing requirements and competing demands. • Professional and mature demeanor and conduct, especially during interactions with the client and its constituents. • Confidentiality and team spirit • Tanzanian nationals only

Physical Demands

• Regularly required to stand or sit, and move about the facility

Work Environment

• Usual office working conditions free of disagreeable elements.

All applications for this position should be submitted online at www.futuresgroup.com via the Careers page. Futures Group provides equal employment to all participants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, veteran or marital status.


International Expert In Natural Resources Management - Project Co-Manager

The Belgian development agency, BTC, mobilises its resources and its expertise to eliminate poverty in the world. BTC 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.

Its 650 staff members in Brussels and overseas embody the commitment of the Belgian State and other development partners to international solidarity. They support more than 300 cooperation projects and programmes in some 20 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
In view of the further development of its activities the BTC is currently looking for a (m/f):
International Expert In Natural Resources Management - Project Co-Manager
TANZANIA
For the project “Kilombero and Lower Rufiji Wetlands Ecosytem Management” (KILORWEMP)
Ref.: TAN/11/027
Location:Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

The Technical Assistant will be based in the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism (MNRT)

Duration of the contract:54 months

Probable starting date:1st of September 2012 or earlier

Monthly salary package:between 5.299,56 euro and 7.500,22 euro (this includes the gross monthly salary and the expat benefits: hardship allowance and expat allowance). The salary is calculated, depending on the composition of the family and the number of years of relevant experience.
Project:
The current IDCP (2010-2013), approved during the joint commission on October 29th 2009, is the result of a policy dialogue on development co-operation between the two governments, taking into account policies and needs of both governments, as well as the division of labour between the Development Partners and the Development Partners Group (DPG) architecture.
This intervention is part of the Natural Resources Management (NRM) sector. It aims to enhance the national economy to meet Tanzania's future needs through conservation and proper management of resources. Belgium is committed to contribute to a broader framework and enhanced capacity for policy making on decentralised Natural Resources Management and Environment.
Goal and objective of the project:
The project aims to support the implementation of the existing policy framework of Decentralized Natural Resources Management (DeNRM) around the key concept of Community Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM). It has been designed to support further consolidation of such processes in the three target districts of Kilombero, Ulanga and Rufiji, while at the same time addressing key issues of policy environment such as stakeholder’s coordination and monitoring of policy implementation.
The overall objective is “To sustainably manage the wetlands Ecosystem of the Kilombero Valley and Lower Rufiji so that its ecological balance is conserved, the local communities’ livelihoods are improved and economic development is sustained”. The specific objective is “Strengthened capacities to implement the sustainable management policy and regulations to the Wetlands Ecosystem of the Kilombero Valley and Lower Rufiji, fostering sustainable livelihoods development and more effective natural resources governance within the decentralization framework.”
Strategic orientation:
The project will focus on five types of Community Based Natural Resources Management (CBNRM) sustained by the policy framework: Wildlife Management Areas, Community based Forestry, Beach Management Units, Village Land Use Planning and Water Users Associations.
Institutional framework and implementation role:
The project is to be implemented by the three districts with support from all key stakeholders in the decentralized NRM governance chain, under the overall responsibility of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism (MNRT). Key stakeholders include regional and central agencies, key implementation partners (conservation NGOs) and the private sector. The coordination team will be based in the MNRT in Dar es Salaam and implementation teams will be based in the districts. A strong component of permanent technical assistance will be ensured at both district and central levels. The key implementation partners will be contracted among permanent, Tanzania based conservation NGOs to provide specialized know-how and assistance mainly in working with communities, in order to foster long term, viable partnerships.
Function:
Under the BTC Resident Representative, the International Technical Assistant will represent BTC in the co-management of the project. He will advise and assist the National Project Coordinator in his task to provide technical and strategic guidance and supervision to the District teams during the implementation of the project.
Main duties and responsibilities:
As co-manager of the project, the technical assistant is responsible for project/programme monitoring and execution in cooperation with the partner structure as agreed in the project technical and financial file.
  • Represent BTC in relation to project planning, implementation and reporting;
  • In collaboration with National Coordinator, provide adequate and up-to-date information about the project’s progress to the members of the Joint Local Partner Committee (JLPC);
  • In collaboration with National Coordinator Ensure that annual and semi-annual consolidated work plans and reports are produced and submitted in time to the JLPC,GoT (through Director of MNRT) and BTC-Brussels (through the BTC-Dar Es Salaam Resident Representative);
  • In collaboration with the National Coordinator, serve as secretary to the JLPC meetings;
  • Monitor expenditures (including bookkeeping) and use of BTC contribution and assets;
  • Ensure availability and supervision of BTC staff;
  • Any other function related to the project that may arise.
As Technical Advisor, The technical assistant has the task of contributing to attainment of the specific objective of the service being provided, in the role assigned by the project document (TFF, agreement or contract), i.e. in general to contribute to the transfer of project management skills to the partner.
· Support the National Coordinator in ensuring proper planning, monitoring and implementation of the project to ensure that the activities are executed in accordance with the Technical and Financial File (TFF), approved annual work plans and budgets;
· Give guidance to the National technical Assistants in charge of assisting the District Project Teams at their level, and consolidate their reporting;
· Liaise with other relevant national institutions;
· Plan and coordinate the intervention of NRM development partners;
· Supervise the grant contracts with the project’s Implementation Partners;
· Oversee the quality control of the project’s monitoring and evaluation system;
· Make sure the crosscutting themes of the Belgian Cooperation are taken into account as described in the TFF, including issues of gender and environment.
Profile:
Diploma:
- Higher University degree in Natural Resources Management (NRM) related discipline.
Experience:
· Minimum 10 years of relevant professional experience in Community NRM projects and wetlands management in particular, of which at least 5 years in the region and 5 years in an international position;
· Minimum 5 years experience as a project manager/coordinator;
· Proven expertise in the development and implementation of NR management plans, preferably in East Africa;
· Proven expertise in institutional strengthening and capacity building at local level;
· Experience in facilitation of dialogue and coordination with local government, development partners, civil society and project stakeholders.
Competencies:
· Team working skills;
· Excellent oral and written communication skills in English, knowledge of Swahili would be an asset;
· Excellent report writing skills;
· Willing and able to travel extensively with extended stays in remote and rural locations;
· A high level of computer literacy, including Word, Excel, Internet, E-mail, Power Point;
Interested?
Please apply no later than June 3rd 2012, through our website www.btcctb.org.
Use our Standard CV and a letter of motivation to apply.
You can find the model of our Standard CV on theJobs page of our website.
If you have any additional questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at +32 (0)2/505 18 65

Business Development Co-ordinator

Source : Aga Khan Foundation Office

Requirements : � A graduate degree in Business Administration, Economics, Entrepreneurship Development or related field. Alternatively, candidates with an undergraduate degree and substantial work experience will be considered. � A minimum of 5 years relevant work experience in agricultural marketing and relevant value chain development. Previous experience with private sector and hands on market linkages will be an added advantage. � Must be energetic, creative, and willing to learn. � Excellent oral and written skills in English and Swahili.

Job Description :Reporting directly to the Market Development Manager, the Business Development Coordinator will support the development and implementation of business models for relevant interventions and be involved in the development of systems to measure their efficacy. The Business Development Coordinator will be expected to design new value chains and results chains for the project and provide training and mentorship to other members of the MD team on business models as required. The ideal candidate will have a strong understanding of market systems (market development) in general and fostering marketing opportunities in rice, sesame or other related value chains.

Apply To : The Executive Officer

Full Address : The Executive Officer, Aga Khan Foundation Office, P.O. Box 125, Dar-es -Salaam

Email Applications: recruit.akftz@akdn.org

Closing Date : 25/May/2012

Monitoring and Evaluation Manager

Source : Aga Khan Foundation Office

Requirements : � A post-graduate degree, preferably in rural or social development, with practical experience in the monitoring and evaluation of activities in integrated development programmes, particularly in agriculture, market development, and civil society sectors; � A minimum of 7 years of relevant professional experience, with at least 5 years of direct experience in a development context within complex M&E units, particularly in rural areas; � Extensive knowledge of results-based management (RBM), including how to design and analyse logic models and how to develop SMART indicators; � Demonstrated knowledge and capacity to design and implement quantitative and/or qualitative research methods for the purpose of programme evaluation; � Demonstrated capacity to write results-based and donor reports; � Experience with the development of data collection methods and tools (forms, formats, questionnaires) as well as systems for the entry, analysis and storage of quantitative data (e.g. Ms Access, SPSS, or others) is must; � Strong interpersonal skills and experience in leadership positions; � Excellent written and verbal English-language skills; knowledge of Kiswahili is an asset; � Ability to travel extensively and live in remote conditions.

Job Description :Reporting to the Programme Director, the Monitoring and Evaluation Manager will be based in Mtwara and will lead the monitoring, evaluation and learning agenda for CRSPT. S/he will be responsible to design and implement M&E systems in order to ensure timely and vibrant tracking of progress against CRSPT�s activities, outputs and outcomes as well as document and disseminate lessons learnt.

Apply To : The Executive Officer

Full Address : The Executive Officer, Aga Khan Foundation Office, P.O. Box 125, Dar-es -Salaam

Email Applications: recruit.akftz@akdn.org

Closing Date : 25/May/2012

Chief Manager - Human Resources and Administration

Source : The Guardian, May 15, 2012

Requirements : Holder of Masters Degree in Public Administration, Human Resources Management or Business Administration with at least eight years experience in the same field

Job Description :Prepare and execute process of recruitment, compensation, motivation and retention of high quality staff

Apply To : Managing Director

Full Address : P.O. Box 19789, Dar es Salaam

Closing Date : 2/Jun/2012

Finance and Administrative Manager

Source : Rungwe Avocado Company Limited

Requirements : Holders of CPA, ACCA, CA, PGDA or equivalent qualification from a recognized institution Must be registered with NBAA in the category of Authorized Accountant

Job Description :To co-ordinate and ensure Monthly management accounts and allied financial reports are produced as per deadlines. . Prepare all invoices, packing lists and shipping documents. Dealing with all queries from management, external auditors and other third parties Carrying out special checks and investigations as directed by management Ensuring that internal control system is adhered to and suggesting improvement To prepare budget To monitor and maintain security over Computer systems and software Liaising closely with cost centre Managers and business units to provide a comprehensive accounting support service. To coordinate all Company Staff matters such as recruitment, welfare and discipline as stipulated in existing system and laid down procedures. To promote public relations in line with existing Company policies. To ensure that the Company has adequate cover for insurance, working capital, statutory and all taxation matters. Assist in development and implementation of new and existing financial systems. Supervise and train staff and be fully conversant with all aspects of work allocated to their reporting staff.

Apply To : Managing Director

Full Address : Managing Director Rungwe Avocado Company Limited P.O. Box 1344, Dar Es Salaam

Email Applications: rshedafa@iwayafrica.com

Closing Date : 30/May/2012

Textile Development Unit Deputy Head of Unit

Source : Tanzanis Gatsby Trust

Requirements : Textile professional with knowledge of both textile and garment technologies, as well as of the principal markets for textile and garment industries. A minimum of 5years work experience at managerial level in industry OR private sector consultancy OR project management Strong track record of successfully managing projects with multiple stakeholders, including budget responsibility. Proven experience of influencing decision makers and communicating effectively to a variety of audiences and media Educated to at least masters level Experience of successfully working with the Tanzanian public sector a plus International experience outside of EAC a plus

Job Description :With support from TGT, assist the TDU Head of Unit with the institutional set-up of the Unit; including legal and operating infrastructure issues Assist the Head of Unit to develop a detailed work plan and budget for the TDU, based on the recommendations set out in the 2012 Tanzanian Textile and Garment Development Strategy Develop effective working partnerships and relationships with key stakeholders: industrialists, investors, government ministries &agencies and donors Successfully implement the agreed work plan such that the TDU acquires a reputation as an effective institution leading the development of Tanzania's textile sector. The Deputy Head of Unit should especially take the lead in delivering on local Tanzanian initiatives, and building relationships with local stakeholders, while being supported by the Head of Unit to implement the international elements of the strategy. Gradually take over the responsibilities of the Head of Unit, with the aim of transitioning into the leadership role within 1-3 years.

Apply To : The Chief Executive Officer

Full Address : The Chief Executive Officer Tanzanis Gatsby Trust 3rd Floor PPF House Samora / Morogoro P.O. Box 8695 Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Closing Date : 30/May/2012

Deputy Chief Financial Officer

Source : National Development Corporation

Requirements : A holder of Master's Degree either in Accounts, Finance, Economics, Public Finance, or equivalent qualification and registration with National Board of Accountants and Auditors in the category of Associate and Fellow being a mandatory requirement An experienced individual with a demonstrable record for working in a similar position and ability to speak and write in Chinese Language (Mandarin) will be an added advantage.

Job Description :Ensure adherence to accounting and financial standards as per IFRS, ISA and Tanzania legislations, with comprehensive internal policies and procedures; coordinate the annual planning and budgeting process and interim forecasts, monitor actual performance against plan and budget and recommend corrective action when appropriate; Develop and maintain systems tor controlling physical assets and working capital; Manage corporate relationship with customers and stakeholders and establish credit control procedures with the aim of balancing sales growth with minimizing overdue payments; Establish internal controls to ensure efficiency and compliance in tax matters and compliance with human resource legislation, policies and procedures; Conduct financial analysis and preparation of detailed financial reports and statements; Respond to auditors' comments concerning finances and operations of the Company and implement any action that may be required to address deficiencies.

Apply To :

Full Address : National Development Corporation 6th Floor, NDC Development House Ohio Street / Kivukoni Front P.O. Boc 2669 Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Closing Date : 5/Jun/2012

Deputy Chief Financial Officer

Source : National Development Corporation

Requirements : A holder of Master's Degree either in Accounts, Finance, Economics, Public Finance, or equivalent qualification and registration with National Board of Accountants and Auditors in the category of Associate and Fellow being a mandatory requirement An experienced individual with a demonstrable record for working in a similar position and ability to speak and write in Chinese Language (Mandarin) will be an added advantage.

Job Description :Ensure adherence to accounting and financial standards as per IFRS, ISA and Tanzania legislations, with comprehensive internal policies and procedures; coordinate the annual planning and budgeting process and interim forecasts, monitor actual performance against plan and budget and recommend corrective action when appropriate; Develop and maintain systems tor controlling physical assets and working capital; Manage corporate relationship with customers and stakeholders and establish credit control procedures with the aim of balancing sales growth with minimizing overdue payments; Establish internal controls to ensure efficiency and compliance in tax matters and compliance with human resource legislation, policies and procedures; Conduct financial analysis and preparation of detailed financial reports and statements; Respond to auditors' comments concerning finances and operations of the Company and implement any action that may be required to address deficiencies.

Apply To :

Full Address : National Development Corporation 6th Floor, NDC Development House Ohio Street / Kivukoni Front P.O. Boc 2669 Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Closing Date : 5/Jun/2012

Electronic and Computer Engineers

Source : Coseke Tanzania Limited

Requirements : -Bsc. Electronic/Electrical Engineering -VETA Professional Certificate in Computer Hardware Maintenance - Good Knowledge in Computer Networking and Installation (Cabling) - At Least 2 Years of Experience working as engineer in a busy organization as electronic and computer engineer - Report Writing Skills - Minimum Supervision

Job Description :Installation, Repair and Manintanace of all Hardware Equipments, such as but not limited to - Scanners - Cash Management Machines - Computers and Storage Devices - Network Devices - Electric Cabling - Computer and Machine Electronics Boards

Apply To : The General Manager

Full Address : Coseke Tanzania Limited, Benjamin William Mkapa Towers, 6th Floor Azikiwe/Jamhuri Street P.O. Box 76413, Dar es Salaam.

Closing Date : 19/May/2012

Yard Manager

Source : Sao Hill Industries Ltd,

Requirements : University Diploma on marketing or business administration 3 years experience in sales organization Must be fluent in oral and written English Excellent skills with computer and computer programs (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Explorer) Results-oriented with strong organizational and work management skills

Job Description :Supervising all daily activities at the yard Active sales on customers (calling, visiting, getting orders) Ordering timber according customers and yard requirements Making reports of sales, stock and new orders Assign workers to do needed work Assisting Managers Controlling all sales documents compliance to requirements Controlling cash depositing to bank Responsible of the yard inventory Performing all administrative duties at yard level Making sure, that the yard is under security watch

Apply To : Human Resources Manager

Full Address : Human Resources Manager, Sao Hill Industries Ltd, P. O. Box 4730 Dar es Salaam

Closing Date : 25/May/2012

Store Keeper

Source : Sao Hill Industries Ltd,

Requirements : College Diploma on sales and/or marketing 3 years experience directly in sales or as a store keeper Must be fluent in oral and written English Excellent skills with computer and computer programs (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Explorer) Results-oriented with strong organizational and work management skills

Job Description :Tallying timber when receiving and selling Maintaining the yard stock and ensuring it is properly counted Servicing yard customers Controlling that customers invoices are correct and writing delivery notes Stacking timber in the yard and making sure that it's done according to guidelines Assisting Yard Manager Assign workers to do needed work

Apply To :

Full Address : Human Resources Manager, Sao Hill Industries Ltd, P. O. Box 4730 Dar es Salaam

Closing Date : 25/May/2012

ACCOUNTANT
Qualification: Holder of a degree in Accountancy or Business Administration from a recognized
Institution
Apply: Chief Executive Occupational safety and Health Authority
Box 519 ,Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News May 03, 2012
Deadline: May 17, 2012

NURSING OFFICER II - 2 POSITIONS
Qualification: Bachelor degree in Nursing or equivalent qualification from a recognized Institution
Apply: Chief Executive Occupational safety and Health Authority
Box 519 ,Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News May 03, 2012
Deadline: May 17, 2012

MEDICAL OFFICER II - 3 POSITIONS
Qualification: Bachelor degree in Medicine or equivalent qualification from a recognized Institution
Apply: Chief Executive Occupational safety and Health Authority
Box 519 ,Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News May 03, 2012
Deadline: May 17, 2012

DEPUTY CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Qualification: Post Graduate degree in Engineering,(Mechanical Electrical,Civil process,mining or geology),Economics or business Administration
Apply: Managing Director National Development Corporation
Box 2669 ,Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News May 04, 2012
Deadline: June 05, 2012

RECEPTIONIST
Qualification: Diploma/Certificate in Secretarial Services/ Office
Management
Apply: The Director of Human Resource Development & Administration Tanzania Post Authority
Box 9184 ,Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News May 04, 2012
Deadline: May 18, 2012

DRIVER
Qualification: Secondary School Education,VETA or NIT driving license class C Driving license Apply: The Director of Human Resource Development & Administration Tanzania Post Authority
Box 9184 ,Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News May 04, 2012
Deadline: May 18, 2012

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT
Qualification: Diploma in Secretarial Services/Office Management with typing speed 50 W.P.M & short -hand 100/120 W.P.M in English
Apply: The Director of Human Resource Development & Administration Tanzania Post Authority
Box 9184 ,Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News May 04, 2012
Deadline: May 18, 2012

SENIOR QUALITY ASSURANCE OFFICER
Qualification: A University degree in,Statistics or Quality Management
Apply: The Director of Human Resource Development & Administration Tanzania Post Authority
Box 9184 ,Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News May 04, 2012
Deadline: May 18, 2012

SENIOR TRAINING OFFICER
Qualification: A University degree in,Business Studies , Information Technology or related field
Apply: The Director of Human Resource Development & Administration Tanzania Post Authority
Box 9184 ,Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News May 04, 2012
Deadline: May 18, 2012

HELP DESK OFFICER
Qualification: A Diploma in Mass Communications,Business Management,Information Technology or related field
Apply: The Director of Human Resource Development & Administration Tanzania Post Authority
Box 9184 ,Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News May 04, 2012
Deadline: May 18, 2012

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TECHNICIAN
Qualification:A Diploma/Advanced Diploma in Computer Engineering, Science Electronic Engineering or equivalent Advanced Diploma
Apply: The Director of Human Resource Development & Administration Tanzania Post Authority
Box 9184 ,Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News May 04, 2012
Deadline: May 18, 2012

SENIOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TECHNICIAN
Qualification: A University degree in,Computer Engineering,Electronic Engineering or equivalent advanced Diploma
Apply: The Director of Human Resource Development & Administration Tanzania Post Authority
Box 9184 ,Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News May 04, 2012
Deadline: May 18, 2012

SENIOR BUSINESS ANALST - 3 POSTS
Qualification: Bachelor degree in Computer Science,Information Technology,Master degree in Business Management or Administration will be an added advantage
Apply: The Director of Human Resource Development & Administration Tanzania Post Authority
Box 9184 ,Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News May 04, 2012
Deadline: May 18, 2012

SENIOR DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR
Qualification: A University degree in Computer Science,Computer Engineering,Electronic Engineering or related fields
Apply: The Director of Human Resource Development & Administration Tanzania Post Authority
Box 9184 ,Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News May 04, 2012
Deadline: May 18, 2012

SENIOR SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR
Qualification: A University degree in Computer Science,Computer Engineering,Electronic Engineering or related fields
Apply: The Director of Human Resource Development & Administration Tanzania Post Authority
Box 9184 ,Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News May 04, 2012
Deadline: May 18, 2012

SENIOR NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR
Qualification: A University degree in Computer Science,Computer Engineering,Electronic Engineering or related fields
Apply: The Director of Human Resource Development & Administration Tanzania Post Authority
Box 9184 ,Dar es Salaam
Details:Daily News
May 04, 2012
Deadline: May 18, 2012

Africa Program Director

Sustainable Harvest at Origin/Africa is a non-profit organization that partners with specialty coffee producers. We increase coffee quality, create market linkages, and build capacity in order to improve the livelihoods of smallholder coffee farmers.

Our office in Moshi, Tanzania is currently looking for a Africa Program Director with experience working and living inTanzania. The Africa Program Director must exhibit strong leaderships skills, be able to motivate a team of multi-cultural staff to ensure all projects meet milestones and impacts as outlined by donor requirements.

Specific responsibilities include:

• Oversee Sustainable Harvest at Origin/Africa development program, including various projects in four regions across Tanzania.

• Manage and supervise a multi-cultural staff body, including all human resource functions such as hiring, training, and performance appraisals.

• Develop and manage financial controls for project staff, as well as oversee multiple budgets simultaneously. Review and approve monthly project budget projections in accordance with total project budgets.
• Plan and develop projects based on needs assessments.

• Develop and manage work plans for multiple projects, ensuring goals and milestones
are met.
• Write funding reports including impact stories for internal and external audiences.
• Write and aide in developing proposals aimed at various donor agencies, upon
request.

• Develop institutional relationships with local cooperatives, government institutions,
funders and coffee traders.

• Develop procedures and policies for staff working in Tanzania, to ensure safety and
security of expatriate staff, including working with local taxation and immigration
authorities.

• Effectively communicate and present the Sustainable Harvest Business Model to
various audiences, both large and small.


Qualifications:

1 - Advanced degree in International Development, Project Management or other related degree
2 - 3 – 5 years experience in a similar role

3 - Experience managing and supervising multi-cultural staff
4 - Experience working and living abroad in East Africa, preferably Tanzania
5 - Fluency in Kiswahili and English
6 - Experience in project management
7 - Must be highly organized and have the ability to work independently and as part of a team
8 - Must be able to commit to three years, living in Tanzania

Job Description - Africa Program Director

To apply, email your English CV with cover letter to

sara@sustainableharvest.com

with the subject heading “Africa Program Director” by May 20th.

Reading Room Program Officer, Tanzania

Organization Profile:

Room to Read seeks to transform the lives of millions of children in developing countries by focusing on literacy and gender equality in education. Working in collaboration with local communities, partner organizations and governments, we develop literacy skills and a habit of reading among primary school children, and support girls to complete secondary school with the relevant life skills to succeed in school and beyond.

We are non-governmental, non-religious and work with many local NGOs and community based organizations to implement our programs. We currently work in Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Laos, Nepal, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Vietnam, and Zambia – countries with a desperate lack of resources to educate their children. Since our inception, Room to Read’s worldwide team has impacted over 6 million children by constructing more than 1,500 schools, establishing over 13,000 libraries, publishing 700 new children’s book titles in 11 local languages, and rewarding over 15,000 girls with long-term, holistic scholarships.

Room to Read has an annual budget of approximately US$44 million and our global staff numbers over 600. Our global headquarters is located in San Francisco, and we have smaller fundraising offices in Delhi, New York, Hong Kong, London, Mumbai, Sydney, and Tokyo. We have an Asia Regional Office located in New Delhi, a Southern Africa Regional Office in Pretoria, and program offices in Colombo, Dhaka, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Kathmandu, Lusaka, New Delhi, Pretoria, Phnom Penh, Vientiane, and we are setting up operations and hiring staff for a new office in Tanzania.

Position Overview

The Reading Room Program Officer’s primary responsibilities will include; conducting needs assessment, establishment of Libraries in Primary schools, facilitating capacity building to teachers and librarians, and managing and running the libraries. S/he will also be required to liaise with other stakeholders dealing with children’s book. The position will require some travel in rural part of the country and involves frequent interaction with writers, authors, illustrators, publishers, printers and government officials. The position will report directly to the Country Director/ Program Director. The successful candidate will begin his/her work in January 2012

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • In collaboration with the Program Director / Country Director, create, implement and analyze annual program goals and budgets for Room to Read Tanzania program, ensuring alignment with organizational strategies and priorities.
  • Liaise with Community members, NGOs and CSOs, government departments and other stakeholders to ensure effective management of Reading Room program and successful achievement of annual goals.
  • Organize and oversee the complete process of setting up RtR Reading Rooms in all of the schools where RtR works.
  • Analyze and assess applications and/or proposals received from schools and/or partners that are in need and meet all our criteria for the challenge grant.
  • Visit project sites as needed to supervise the site and organize discussions with the school management team, school committees and local authorities.
  • Assist in designing and implementing an annual monitoring project as well as evaluation projects for the Reading Room program.
  • Prepare detailed cost estimations for each project, specifying each school's and/or NGO partner's cost-sharing contribution and items contributed for the challenge grant.
  • Continuously assess strategies to enhance the Reading Room Program's impact and sustainability in schools and communities, with particular focus on improving librarian training, the challenge grant initiative and increasing both local language literacy and English language literacy in the primary and secondary school sector.
  • Assist in conducting RtR librarian trainings and provide technical support to other training partners as appropriate.
  • Liaise with school head teachers, government officials and NGO partners to carry out surveys and implementation of Reading Rooms.
  • Identify schools or partners that are in need and meet all RtR criteria for the challenge grant. Work with them in developing, reviewing and finalizing their applications for a Reading Room.
  • Organize logistical arrangements and implement the process of setting up Reading Rooms.
  • Liaise with other NGOs in development of curriculum and materials for librarian trainings.
  • Represent RtR in different forums and advocate the importance of reading and need for Reading Rooms for children.
  • Ensure that the information related to programs or Room to Read Tanzania is entered into a database.
  • Actively participate in any other reasonable activity which may be required to be undertaken to fulfill the objectives of RtR Tanzania.

Minimum Qualifications and Experience Required:

  • A Bachelor’s or Masters degree in Education
  • Library and Information technology or an equivalent backed by at least 3 years relevant teaching
  • Working with learners, schools, teachers, administrators and government officials as well as managing people.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills in English and Kiswahili
  • Willingness to travel frequently to schools in order to monitor the program.
  • Prior experience of living and/or working in rural areas will be a definite advantage.
To be successful as a member of the Room to Read team, you will also:
  • Have passion for our mission and a strong desire to impact a dynamic nonprofit organization
  • Be an innovative and creative thinker that tries new things and inspires others to do so
  • Have a very high level of personal and professional integrity and trustworthiness
  • Have a strong work ethic and require minimal direction
  • Work well independently as well as part of a team
  • Thrive in a fast-paced and fun environment

Compensation:

The salary range for these positions will be determined based upon the experience of the candidate hired. Health benefits are also provided. The non-monetary compensation includes a unique opportunity to be part of an innovative, meaningful, fun, and rapidly growing organization that is changing the world through literacy and gender equality in education.


Application Procedure:

Please send a cover letter and resume by email, with “RR Program Officer, Tanzania” in the subject line, (no letters, calls, faxes, or drop-ins) to . Due to high applicant volume you may not receive a response from Room to Read. Applications are accepted until the position is filled.

Room to Read is an equal opportunity employer committed to identifying and developing
the skills and leadership of people from diverse backgrounds.


Local Language Publishing Program Officer, Tanzania

Organization Profile:

Room to Read seeks to transform the lives of millions of children in developing countries by focusing on literacy and gender equality in education. Working in collaboration with local communities, partner organizations and governments, we develop literacy skills and a habit of reading among primary school children, and support girls to complete secondary school with the relevant life skills to succeed in school and beyond.

We are non-governmental, non-religious and work with many local NGOs and community based organizations to implement our programs. We currently work in Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Laos, Nepal, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Vietnam, and Zambia – countries with a desperate lack of resources to educate their children. Since our inception, Room to Read’s worldwide team has impacted over 6 million children by constructing more than 1,500 schools, establishing over 13,000 libraries, publishing 700 new children’s book titles in 11 local languages, and rewarding over 15,000 girls with long-term, holistic scholarships.

Room to Read has an annual budget of approximately US$44 million and our global staff numbers over 600. Our global headquarters is located in San Francisco, and we have smaller fundraising offices in Delhi, New York, Hong Kong, London, Mumbai, Sydney, and Tokyo. We have an Asia Regional Office located in New Delhi, a Southern Africa Regional Office in Pretoria, and program offices in Colombo, Dhaka, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Kathmandu, Lusaka, New Delhi, Pretoria, Phnom Penh, Vientiane, and we are setting up operations and hiring staff for a new office in Tanzania.

Position Overview:

The Local Language Publishing Program Officer’s primary responsibilities will include managing and coordinating all aspects of Room to Read’s publishing initiatives including sourcing content, reviewing, editing, and negotiating agreements. S/he will also be required to research and form networks within the publishing industry to gauge local market trends and promote Room to Read as a key player in children’s book. The position will require some travel in rural part of the country and involves frequent interaction with writers, authors, illustrators, publishers, printers and government officials. The position will report directly to the Country Director/ Program Director. The successful candidate will begin his/her work in February 2012.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Organize and oversee the complete process of publishing Room to Read Tanzania’s books. This involves sourcing local authors and illustrators, advising on story development, reviewing, editing, proofreading, securing copyrights and ISBN codes, sending to print, obtaining Ministry of Education’s approval.
  • Provide information about titles that are coming to print and send copies of LLP books once they are printed to Regional and Global Office
  • Establish and manage relationships with other NGOs, government officials and local educational authorities.
  • Build partnerships with organisations and associations involved with children’s books (writer’s groups, creative writing departments of universities and NGOs involved with content development.
  • Collect quotations from credible printing companies and prepare detailed cost estimations of each book title.
  • Facilitate the formation of Books’ Selection Committee and dialogues between writers, authors, translators and illustrators.
  • Work with authors and illustrators to produce original, high quality content that is appropriate for target age groups and suitable for the local cultural context.
  • Initiate and manage a writer’s competition in which manuscripts are submitted and the best (as decided by a panel of expert judges) are published by Room to Read Tanzania.
  • Represent Room to Read in different forums and advocate the importance of reading and the need for children’s books in Kiswahili language as well as bi-lingual children’s books.

Job Requirements

  • A minimum of three years of professional experience (preferred in children literature development),
  • Prior experience working with writers, authors and illustrators
  • Knowledge and understanding of publishing process
  • Knowledge and understanding of Tanzania school curriculums for different grades in Primary schools
  • Effectiveness in working or volunteering in a non-profit organization that is focused on maintaining high quality work and a low overhead

Qualifications:

Required:
  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Education and experience related to the tasks mentioned above.
  • At least 2-4 years experience in community development, particularly in the Education sector.
  • Ability to travel regularly in Morogoro/Mvomero.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and Kiswahili.
  • Experience developing and/or implementing large-scale literacy initiatives
Preferred:

Prior experience working with INGOs, schools, teachers, administrators and government officials

To be successful as a member of the Room to Read team, you will also:
  • Have passion for our mission and a strong desire to impact a dynamic nonprofit organization
  • Be an innovative and creative thinker that tries new things and inspires others to do so
  • Have a very high level of personal and professional integrity and trustworthiness
  • Have a strong work ethic and require minimal direction
  • Work well independently as well as part of a team
  • Thrive in a fast-paced and fun environment

Compensation:

The salary range for these positions will be determined based upon the experience of the candidate hired. Health benefits are also provided. The non-monetary compensation includes a unique opportunity to be part of an innovative, meaningful, fun, and rapidly growing organization that is changing the world through literacy and gender equality in education.

Application Procedure:

Please send a cover letter and resume by email, with “LLP Program Officer, Tanzania” in the subject line, (no letters, calls, faxes, or drop-ins) to africa.hiring@roomtoread.org. Due to high applicant volume you may not receive a response from Room to Read. Applications are accepted until the position is filled.

SALES EXECUTIVE & COORDINATOR

Precision Air Services is a fast growing private Tanzanian airline which operates in partnership with

Kenya Airways, with its strategies to expand wings beyond East Africa and Africa.

In order to keep our services at a higher level and meet our customers’ maximum satisfaction we wish to

invite applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill in this challenging position.

POSITION: SALES EXECUTIVE & COORDINATOR

REPORTS To: SALES MANAGER-LAKE ZONE

DUTY STATION: MWANZA

Role Purpose Statement: - To sell Precision Air product and network to achieve the set sales targets

within the assigned territory

Key Accountabilities/Responsibilities

· Drive the Passenger Sales and Marketing plan and functions to deliver the set sales revenue, yield

and market share targets in the assigned territory.

· Provide weekly and monthly performance and market intelligence report.

· Monitor and evaluate performance against all forms of competition.

· Organise and participate in events that will enhance the company brand and image in the assigned

territory

· Analyse and recommend to RM pricing division pricing levels to deliver expected yield, margin

and revenue targets

· To be the principal administrator for Precision Air in the assigned territory while safeguarding

PW’s image and interest

· Participate in PW’s passenger revenue budget process.

· Assess and propose appropriate incentive schemes to TA, Corporate travel, and Govt so as to

enhance productivity, efficiency and maximisation of revenue.

· Develop and monitor expenditure budget/actual and control costs.

· Coordinate the activities of the airport to ensure smooth adherence to service standards and

handling of Precision Air by third parties at the airport

· Proactively identify service delivery failures (OTIs) and escalate issues & impact to the

appropriate controlling manager and follow up action thereafter.

· Participate in Setting and monitoring Service level Agreements (SLA) performance by our

suppliers in the assigned station on ad hoc and continuous basis.

· Any other duties as may be assigned by the management.

Minimum Qualifications:

· University Graduate or 5 years experience sales and marketing management position

· Excellent computer skills.

· Strong analytical and visionary skills.

· Planning and organizational skills.

· Business acumen

· Knowledge of airline business processes is an added advantage

Competencies

· High level of integrity

· Customer focused and good PR

· Decisive and confident

· Result oriented

· Good negotiator and articulate communicator

· Revenue and cost conscious

Remuneration and Benefits

An attractive remuneration package will be offered to the successful candidate.

Closing Date:

Not later than 16th May 2012

Mode of Application:

If you feel you meet the above requirements please send your application and CV to the address below.

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

The Director of Human Resources and Administration

Precision Air Services Limited

Mail Box 70770

Dar es Salaam

Tanzania

E-mailwrecruit@precisionairtz.com

Principal Public Health & Nutrition Officer , East African Community

Position Description:

Applications are invited from suitably qualified citizens of East African Community Partner States (Burundi, Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda) for the Position of Principal Public Health and Nutrition Officer. This is a non-established position supported by donor funds whose contract terms and conditions are limited to the availability of funds.

Title:Principal Public Health and Nutrition Officer

Ref:EAC/HR/Health/2011-2012/011

Grade:P3

Reports to:EAC Principal Health Officer (P.H.O) Department: Health

Collaborating Sectors:Health, Agriculture & Trade Organ or Institution: EAC Secretariat

Duration of Contract:Initially two (2) years Station: EAC Secretariat, Arusha- Tanzania

Main Purpose of the Job

To coordinate the design and implementation of policies and programs to strengthen food security and food safety with a focus on aflatoxin abatement as well as dietary diversification and nutrition throughout the East African Community region. This will include focusing on the linkages between Health, Agriculture and Trade for the production and consumption of Adequately Nutritious and Safe Foods.

Responsibilities, Qualifications, Terms and Conditions of Service:

All positions are subject to the application of the EAC Quota System.

For more information on responsibilities and qualifications please visit our website: http:www.eac.int Link Vacancies, to download the detailed job advert.

Application Instructions:

Interested candidates should submit their applications by registered mail, courier service, e-mail or dispatch together with Curriculum Vitae, copies of both academic and professional certificates and testimonials, names and addresses of three referees, and day time telephone contact to the address below or alternative address as may be indicated in the respective advert in the EAC website:

The Secretary General East African Community

P. 0 Box 1096

Arusha - Tanzania.

Fax No: +2552725042551 +255272050281

Female Candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.

Deadline: May 14, 2012

Literacy Program Officer, Tanzania

Organization Profile:

Room to Read seeks to transform the lives of millions of children in developing countries by focusing on literacy and gender equality in education. Working in collaboration with local communities, partner organizations and governments, we develop literacy skills and a habit of reading among primary school children, and support girls to complete secondary school with the relevant life skills to succeed in school and beyond.

We are non-governmental, non-religious and work with many local NGOs and community based organizations to implement our programs. We currently work in Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Laos, Nepal, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Vietnam, and Zambia – countries with a desperate lack of resources to educate their children. Since our inception, Room to Read’s worldwide team has impacted over 6 million children by constructing more than 1,500 schools, establishing over 13,000 libraries, publishing 700 new children’s book titles in 11 local languages, and rewarding over 15,000 girls with long-term, holistic scholarships.

Room to Read has an annual budget of approximately US$44 million and our global staff numbers over 600. Our global headquarters is located in San Francisco, and we have smaller fundraising offices in Delhi, New York, Hong Kong, London, Mumbai, Sydney, and Tokyo. We have an Asia Regional Office located in New Delhi, a Southern Africa Regional Office in Pretoria, and program offices in Colombo, Dhaka, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Kathmandu, Lusaka, New Delhi, Pretoria, Phnom Penh, Vientiane, and we are setting up operations and hiring staff for a new office in Tanzania.

Position Overview

The Literacy Program Officer’s primary responsibilities will include; liaise with education department officials at district level, collaboration with consultants to conduct research in literacy levels in primary schools, facilitating capacity building training to teachers and Local facilitators and . S/he will also be required to liaise with other stakeholders dealing with Literacy programs in Tanzania. The position frequent meeting with teachers, government education officials, parents, CSOs/NGOs working in education and researchers. The position will report directly to the Country Director/ Program Director. The successful candidate will begin his/her work in February 2012.

Primary Responsibilities and Duties

  1. In consultation with the Program Director, lead the design and facilitation of the initial orientation and follow-up trainings. Oversee and manage all logistics.
  2. Ensure Literacy Facilitators (LFs) have a complete understanding of their roles and responsibilities
  3. Provide technical support to the LFs to ensure teachers are implementing the program as designed
  4. Meet regularly with the LFs and do school visits together, to ensure LFs are providing the necessary support to teachers
  5. Identify and document challenges facing the LFs. This may include relationships with MOEVT partners and other key stakeholders (e.g. school committees, etc.)
  6. Raise any major and/or outstanding issues impacting the work of the Literacy Facilitators to the Senior Literacy Program Manager
  7. Identify and document successes and challenges facing the LFs and complete monthly reports.
  8. Collect information from the LFs on successes and challenges with the Literacy Support Program (LSP). Document this information and share monthly with the Program Director.
  9. Provide necessary documentation (for example, for reporting, communications and/or advocacy work)
  10. Ensure LFs have the agreed upon materials in order to perform their duties
  11. In collaboration with the LFs, design and implement refresher trainings for terms 2 and 3.
  12. Support the research and design process for 2012 program and required by RtR
  13. Plan and lead semi-annual review meetings with all schools.
  14. Perform other duties, as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications and Experience Required:

  • A Bachelor’s in Education with backed by at least 3 years relevant teaching.
  • Working with learners, schools, teachers, administrators and government officials as well as managing people.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills in English and Kiswahili
  • Willingness to travel frequently to schools in order to monitor the program.
  • Prior experience of living and/or working in rural areas will be a definite advantage.
To be successful as a member of the Room to Read team, you will also:
  • Have passion for our mission and a strong desire to impact a dynamic nonprofit organization
  • Be an innovative and creative thinker that tries new things and inspires others to do so
  • Have a very high level of personal and professional integrity and trustworthiness
  • Have a strong work ethic and require minimal direction
  • Work well independently as well as part of a team
  • Thrive in a fast-paced and fun environment

Compensation:

The salary range for these positions will be determined based upon the experience of the candidate hired. Health benefits are also provided. The non-monetary compensation includes a unique opportunity to be part of an innovative, meaningful, fun, and rapidly growing organization that is changing the world through literacy and gender equality in education.


Application Procedure:

Please send a cover letter and resume by email, with “Literacy Program Officer, Tanzania” in the subject line, (no letters, calls, faxes, or drop-ins) to africa.hiring@roomtoread.org. Due to high applicant volume you may not receive a response from Room to Read. Applications are accepted until the position is filled.

Room to Read is an equal opportunity employer committed to identifying and developing
the skills and leadership of people from diverse backgrounds.


Manager: Collections & Legal Recoveries Tanzania Postal Bank

Qualifications

Background Knowledge and Skills

A degree/Advanced Diploma in Business/Finance/Banking or related subjects

In depth knowledge of collections processes and procedures

Good Supervisory/Management experience within a collections or debt recovery environment

Job Summary:

The Manager, Collections and Legal Recoveries will manage and control quality of TPB loan portfolio. The incumbent will also ensure maximum collections and recovery of all high risk accounts and written off accounts.

Key functions

Ensure that specified business objectives are met by driving the achievement of the collectors contracted targets through relevant training, monitoring and coaching.

Reduce and minimize losses through effective implementation of collection and legal recovery strategies received from the Credit Risk Chief Manager.

Ensure effective and efficient collection and legal recovery functions including calls, visits and the quality of promises to pay through daily audits and weekly one on one sessions.

Improve performance of collection and legal recovery unit on a month to month basis through on going coaching, revisiting processes and strategies.

Actively manage capacity and productivity through effective management of absenteeism, late coming and adherence to schedules which will impact the unit performance and Tzs value collected

Ensure that the unit will maintain an audit rating of sufficient assurance or better through the area's compliance to internal processes, policies and procedures.

Ensure effective utilization of all collection and legal recovery resources by continuously monitoring the use of diaries, follow up cards and communicating changes to policy and process on time to all unit members

8. Interpret and check Management Information (MI) related to the area and escalate any deviations to Credit Risk Chief Manager.

Provide evidence/supporting documents to auditors or management assurance consultants during formal reviews.

Make unit members aware of all changes to policies, processes and procedures that are being planned for the area and ensure that they are able to incorporate the changes on the effective date

Performance Measures

(i) Saving on impairments

(ii) Level of delinquencies

Application Instructions:

Interested applicants should send their CV, Cover Letter, Copies of certificates and 3 referees to

Chief Excutive Officer

Tanzania Postal Bank

Samora Avenue

P O BOX 9300

Dar es Salaam

Deadline: May 15, 2012

Accounting and Finance Manager, Tanzania

Organization Profile:

Room to Read seeks to transform the lives of millions of children in developing countries by focusing on literacy and gender equality in education. Working in collaboration with local communities, partner organizations and governments, we develop literacy skills and a habit of reading among primary school children, and support girls to complete secondary school with the relevant life skills to succeed in school and beyond.

We are non-governmental, non-religious and work with many local NGOs and community based organizations to implement our programs. We currently work in Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Laos, Nepal, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Vietnam, and Zambia – countries with a desperate lack of resources to educate their children. Since our inception, Room to Read’s worldwide team has impacted over 6 million children by constructing more than 1,500 schools, establishing over 13,000 libraries, publishing 700 new children’s book titles in 11 local languages, and rewarding over 15,000 girls with long-term, holistic scholarships.

Room to Read has an annual budget of approximately US$44 million and our global staff numbers over 600. Our global headquarters is located in San Francisco, and we have smaller fundraising offices in Delhi, New York, Hong Kong, London, Mumbai, Sydney, and Tokyo. We have an Asia Regional Office located in New Delhi, a Southern Africa Regional Office in Pretoria, and program offices in Colombo, Dhaka, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Kathmandu, Lusaka, New Delhi, Pretoria, Phnom Penh, Vientiane, and we are setting up operations and hiring staff for a new office in Tanzania.

Position Overview:

The Accounting & Finance Manager will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the organization’s finances and accounting initiatives. The position will report directly to the Country Director and will have regular interactions with all staff.

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Country Director and Program Director to create, implement and analyze financial budgets and forecasts, ensuring alignment with program strategies and headquarter requirements
  • Maintain adequate records related to bookkeeping, expenses, funds, partnership ventures, that are at all times accurate, substantiated, up to date, sufficiently detailed and prepared for random spot checks by internal audit functions
  • Prepare and submit all financial reporting documents required in a precise and timely manner for eg. forecasting cash needs on a monthly basis, maintaining required bank balances, processing wire transfers, completing detailed expense reports, completing monthly accounting report, etc.
  • Support the Country Management Team (CMT) and program department in the management, analysis and implication of financial and relevant program data based on available records and reports.
  • With input from the CMT, compile budgets and quarterly forecast timely and accurately
  • Advise the Country Director and CMT on all probable risk situations and implications thereof regularly.
  • Ensure internal processes are adhered to be releasing of payments
  • Legal matters and related responsibilities.
  • Coordinate internal audits, external audits and audits of Partners where applicable.
  • Oversee the management of the retirement fund, insurance and other payroll related benefits in consultation with the HR Department
  • Check the correctness of the payroll process before salaries are paid
  • To review and recommend documents related to financial commitment.
  • Ensure timely closure of all audit observations.
  • Guide the Accounting Associate to create and manage billing processes (accounts payable/receivable).
  • Develop deviation to Finance & Accounting Policy Manual (FAPM) in line with local administrative requirements as needed.
  • Set up and maintain adequate in-country financial reporting in accordance with government regulations if required.
  • Manage Room to Read’s legal compliance in Tanzania; navigate procedures for expansion and complying with all applicable statutes, governmental standards, requirements, and regulations
  • Prepare relevant financial reports as and when necessary
  • Comply with RtR Financial and other policies and establish reliable internal control procedures.
  • Issue staff and program related reimbursements in a timely manner and in accordance with applicable internal guidelines.
  • Line Manage and Supervise the Country Finance Team and train the Accounting Associates in Accounting Concepts, Internal Controls, & RTR policies.
  • Undertake field visits (e.g. those related to construction and partner NGO’s that we fund to do our work) to validate systems and procedures followed, comment on data integrity and train partner/community on applicable accounting and reporting skills.
  • Any other Accounting and Finance related tasks as advised by the Country Director.


Qualifications:

Required
  • Demonstrable accounting skills (a written test forms part of the interview process)
  • Post Graduate/Advance degree in finance or accounting
  • A minimum of five years of professional experience in a financial management position
  • Experience in successful implementation of a wide range of responsibilities in a prior financial services position
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills in English
Preferred
  • CIMA/ACCA/CPA/CA qualified
  • 3-5 years related accounting experience in a managerial position, preferably in an INGO
  • Experience developing and/or implementing large-scale literacy initiatives
To be successful as a member of the Room to Read team, you will also:
  • Have passion for our mission and a strong desire to impact a dynamic nonprofit organization
  • Be an innovative and creative thinker that tries new things and inspires others to do so
  • Have a very high level of personal and professional integrity and trustworthiness
  • Have a strong work ethic and require minimal direction
  • Work well independently as well as part of a team
  • Thrive in a fast-paced and fun environment

Compensation:

The salary range for this position will be determined based upon the experience of the candidate hired. Health benefits are also provided. The non-monetary compensation includes a unique opportunity to be part of an innovative, meaningful, fun, and rapidly growing organization that is changing the world through the lifelong gift of education.

Application Procedure:

Please send a cover letter and resume by email, with ”A&F Manager” in the subject line, (no letters, calls, faxes, or drop-ins) to africa.hiring@roomtoread.org. Due to high applicant volume we regret that we are not able to respond to all applicants personally. Applications are accepted until the position is filled.

Room to Read is an equal opportunity employer committed to identifying and developing
the skills and leadership of people from diverse backgrounds.

Program Quality & Learning Officer - Morogoro

Position Description:

CARE Tanzania seeks to recruit qualified Tanzanian national for the position of Program Quality and Learning Officer based in Morogoro.

Progran1 Quality and Learning Officer- One Position Morogoro

Basic Function

The primary function of the position of the Program Quality & Learning Officer (PQLO) is to coordinate program initiative activities and efforts that aim at auditing the project's work to determine the impacts it is making in the lives of the beneficiaries, guided by the program initiative's documents (i.e. proposal, project implementation plan and monitoring and evaluation plan), respective strategy, CARE Tanzania's Long Range Strategic Plan and CARE International designing, monitoring, evaluation, and impact measurement frameworks and tools.

The PQLO will also be responsible for leading the his/her program initiative's efforts to build staff and partner's capacities in designing (including capacity to better address the underlying causes of poverty and social injustice), monitoring, evaluation, impact measurement and learning.

The PQLO will report directly to the Program Initiative Manager.

S/he is expected to maintain effective working relationships with other CARE staff working with other CARE program initiatives and Impact groups

This position requires Bachelor's degree in Social Sciences; 3 years in the same or similar position; Strong prior experience with community participatory surveys; Demonstrated skills in developing and implementing M&E plans; Strong interpersonal skills and ability to transfer knowledge to others; High competency in database and using/applying analytical software; Conversant with adult learning methodology; Excellent oral and written skills in English and Kiswahili; Conversant in ;MS office Word and Excel; Firm belief in teamwork, gender equality, sensitivity to HIV / AIDS and participatory approach and sustainable development; Candidate should observe integrity, Accountability, respect, effectiveness and Diversity


Application Instructions:

Only a letter of application and CV without supporting documents such as certificates should be sent by email to The Human Resources Manager HRM@co.care.org

A letter of application and CV with copies of all the minimum required supporting documents may be posted to

CARE International in Tanzania

Box 10242, Dar es Salaam

Or sent by dispatch at 101 Kinondoni Road opposite Indian High Commission

Deadline: May 10, 2012

Risk officer - Tanzania women's bank

POSITIONS ADVERTISEMENT
Tanzania Women’s Bank Ltd (TWB) is a bank established under the Company Act No. 212 of 2002 for providing access to a full range of financial services for its customers, targeting mainly customers with low income comprising of Micro businesses, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) with special focus and emphasis on women entrepreneurs. We seek to recruit dynamic, honest, result oriented and committed persons to fill the following roles.

Risk Officer
Working under Risk Manager, the incumbent will be responsible for providing independent oversight of policies, procedures and standards concerning the measurement, monitoring and control of market risks (both trading and non-trading), trading credit risk and trading operational risk across TWB’s portfolios.
Risk Officer main objective is to provide assurance to a variety of stakeholders that risks are appropriately managed and that the institution's risk is within its stated tolerance levels by:

  • Implement a set of risk measurements and reports including losses, incidents, key risk exposures and early warning indicators.
  • Track and analyse general market information, trends and best practice for incorporation in the Bank’s risk management policies and framework.
  • Gather internal information to identify, assess, monitor and control the risks.
  • Establish internal benchmarks (parameters/limits) to evaluate and manage each of the risk indicators in the bank.
  • Report the risks as well as internal trends development.
  • Gather market information and developments on various risks for the purpose of documenting and using them in managing and evaluating the internal risks.
  • Analyse general market information and assess impact on bank’s business and risk profiles.
  • Advise on best practices to be followed by the bank.
  • Report any noted deviations outside agreed parameters.
  • Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the Risk Manager.


EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
A degree or equivalent in Banking, Finance and Accounting, any other relevant professional qualifications such as ACCA or CPA.
EXPERIENCE & COMPETENCIES REQUIRED

  • A minimum of 3 years Bank’s Risk Management
  • Demonstrated leadership skills with good word processing skills, strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • A structured approach to dealing with complex and variable work environments in an independent manner.
  • Good at managing large volumes of information and can add value through management reporting.
  • Able to provide advice and cause/effect evaluation to support business decision making.
  • Independent and logical thinker, yet an achiever and implementer.


Address your Letter and CV and send them online to: abugeraha@womensbank.co.tz

The Addressee in the application letter is:

The Managing Director
Tanzania Women’s Bank
P.O Box 72604
Dar es Salaam

Attention: Senior Human Resources Officer

Deadline for application: 11th May, 2012.

We are seeking the following two positions:

1. Research Assistant (Luo-speaking)
Assist PIs in carrying out both survey and behavioral data collection
about social cooperation within and across communities in Rorya and
Tarime districts. June 4-June 24, 18 working days.
Required:
Research experience, especially with surveys.
Fluent in English, Swahili, and Luo.
Preferred:
From Mara Province

1. Research Assistant (Kuria-speaking)
Assist PIs in carrying out both survey and behavioral data collection
about social cooperation within and across communities in Rorya and
Tarime districts. June 4-June 24, 18 working days.
Required:
Research experience, especially with surveys.
Fluent in English, Swahili, and Kuria.
Preferred:
From Mara Province

To apply, send a resume/CV to Amanda Robinson at alrobins@stanford.edu.

Advisor: Global Fund - Tanzania

Place of Performance: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Service Objectives:

The objective of this position is to provide comprehensive, senior level public health advice and technical assistance on Global Fund issues to the United States Government (USG) Interagency Team in Tanzania. Specific USG program include 1) the Presidential Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) Tanzania Program, 2) the President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) Tanzania Program and 3) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Tuberculosis (TB) programs. The incumbent shall provide comprehensive public health technical, analytic, administrative and managerial advice assistance in support of all Global Fund activities in the United Republic of Tanzania (URT).

Task Requirements:

Under this task order, the contractor shall independently provide all labor, supplies, material and equipment (exceptions noted below) in support of the USG partners in accordance with this Statement of Work by providing the following services: Technical assistance and planning of Global Fund (GF) Projects: • The Contractor shall facilitate information flow for the USG teams and the URT teams to help facilitate coordination between Global Fund HIV, malaria and TB activities and the USG in terms of planning and implementation of activities in the funded areas.
• The Contractor shall provide technical assistance and advice to USG and principal URT stakeholders as determined by agency management and the interagency teams for improved management and monitoring of Global Fund programs.
• The contractor shall identify technical assistance needed to improve Global Fund grant performance. • The Contractor shall participate in site visits and grant monitoring activities to strengthen implementation, ensure accurate reporting, and identify technical assistance needs. • The Contractor shall advise the interagency teams on a weekly basis on aspects of strategic planning, project development and drafting of the inputs for technical areas for all Global Fund activities. The Contractor shall carry out these responsibilities by staying abreast of changes in the URT public health infrastructure and Global Fund policies and developments and advising agency management and interagency teams on observed strengths, weaknesses and opportunities.
• The Contractor shall meet frequently with in country mid- to senior-level URT health professionals and program directors, as well as HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria program counterparts in non-governmental organizations, private sector, and international organizations. Through these contacts, the contractor shall stay informed and up-to-date on public health matters related to Global Fund project planning and implementation.
• The Contractor shall provide technical assistance to URT counterparts to build the capacity of planners, finance officers and auditors who are implementing Global Fund HIV, TB and malaria grants through analysis of proposals relative to technical considerations and future impact of Global Fund requirements, reports, and implementation. • The Contractor shall participate in technical reviews of implementing partner project submissions and funding allocations during the review and development process which shall require travel to and from meetings and will require written reports to the USG teams (note, the executive summary of report should not to exceed two written pages single spaced). Each meeting summary or technical review report should identify technical assistance needed to improve Global Fund performance. • The Contractor shall participate in site visits and grant monitoring activities to strengthen implementation, ensure accurate reporting, and identify technical assistance needs. It is estimated that a two to three day site visit in-country will occur monthly during the course of the performance of this award.
• The Contractor shall coordinate and be an effective liaison and technical advisor to USG and to the various principal recipients of Global Fund HIV, TB and malaria funding, including various relevant Ministries (Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Tanzania Commission for AIDS (TACAIDS),.
• The Contractor shall liaise with USG point persons including the USG Global Fund Portfolio Manager and other donors and stakeholders (in consultation with interagency leadership in Tanzania and headquarters) to coordinate the Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator (OGAC’s) Parallel Review process. • The Contractor shall provide information as needed to the USG Representative to inform inputs to the in-country Global Fund coordination process.
• The Contractor will develop draft responses for consideration for Global Fund proposals, including reviews of work plans and active prior year grants. • The Contractor shall provide mentorship and support to strengthen USG Agencies’ efforts to build the capacity of Tanzanian staff on the coordination of Global Fund activities.
• The Contractor shall develop and have the ability to work with local and international colleagues on analytic models and projections. The Contractor shall work with CDC technical staff and leadership to develop caseload, epidemic and economic modeling and projections and presentations of models and model outputs. • The Contractor shall have excellent organizational skills and business acumen. • The contractor shall communicate in a coordinated fashion with appropriate USG Agency management. Supervision and management shall be provided jointly by the CDC Country Director and the PEPFAR coordinator, in consultation with the USAID Mission Director as appropriate, as long as the position is housed at the CDC offices. Should the position be relocated, supervision and management structures may be amended.

Task Deliverables:

Key deliverables:
• Contractor shall provide consolidated information to PEPFAR, PMI and TB teams on aspects of strategic planning, project development and drafting of the inputs for technical areas for PEPFAR, PMI and TB activities related to Global Fund. • The Contractor shall provide monthly progress reports with in-depth analysis of Global Fund activities. Each monthly report should address outstanding and ongoing items from previous reports.
• The contractor shall include sophisticated epidemic and economic impact analyses in these reports, updated on a regular basis as determined in collaboration with technical experts from CDC and the contractor’s supervisors. . • The Contractor shall participate in technical reviews of in-country Global Fund meetings. This will require travel to/from meetings and will require written reports to USG team (the executive summary of report should not to exceed two written pages single spaced). Each meeting summary or technical review report should identify technical assistance needed to improve Global Fund performance. • The Contractor shall participate in site visits and grant monitoring activities to strengthen implementation, ensure accurate reporting, and identify technical assistance needs. It is estimated that a two to three day site visit in-country will occur monthly during the course of the performance of this award. The Contractor shall submit site visit reports no more than 48 hours following travel completion to CDC Country Director and PEPFAR Coordinator who shall share these reports with other Agency directors as relevant. • The contractor shall provide input into the process for data collection and to the written report that summarizes the findings of the activity.
• The Contractor shall provide brief weekly reports to the CDC Country Director and the PEPFAR Coordinator in a form that is appropriate for Country Team meeting notes (no later than Tuesday at noon). The CDC Country Director and PEPFAR coordinator will edit as necessary for final submission. • The Contractor shall have weekly meeting with interagency teams, Program leads and Program Teams as determined by Agency management and interagency teams. . • The contractor shall meet twice a month in a joint meeting with the 2 supervisors. • The Contractor shall provide monthly progress reports due no later than the last Tuesday of the month during the duration of performance period. Reports should be submitted monthly no more than 48 hours following meetings to the PEPFAR Coordinator and the CDC Country Director. • The Contractor shall provide consolidated information on aspects of strategic planning, project development and drafting of the inputs for technical areas for HIV, malaria and TB activities related to Global Fund.
• The Contractor shall provide information to USG team weekly or monthly as needed and the Contractor shall present reports to the CDC Country Director and the PEPFAR Coordinator weekly or monthly as needed. • The Contractor shall develop draft responses for USG consideration for GF proposals as needed. • The Contractor shall provide an in-depth analysis of new guidelines and impact on PEPFAR, PMI, TB and Global Fund clinical service programming for purposes of two year program planning.
• The Contractor shall provide a list of key contacts for the URT and other donor stakeholders, and will provide initial briefings to the PEPFAR Coordinator and the CDC Country Director and other Agency directors as appropriate.

Minimum Qualifications and/or Certifications:

• Graduation from an accredited university with a master’s level degree in public health, epidemiology, international development, business administration or closely related field is required. • Five or more years of education and experience in HIV/AIDS programming in resource-limited settings • At least two years of experience working with Global Fund activities • At least two years of experience/familiarity working with the Government of Tanzania (preferred) • At least five or more years of experience working with PEPFAR funded programs is desirable • Two or more years of experience with international malaria and TB programs is desirable • Training and experience with Organizational Development, health systems and health care delivery-related business skills highly desired • Excellent time and project management skills • Level IV English proficiency required • Willingness and ability to effectively communicate in English (Speaking, Writing, and Reading) on a daily basis with various groups. • Level I Kiswahili proficiency (preferred) • Prior experience working in Tanzania (preferred) • Willingness and ability to work full-time and to be located in Tanzania strongly preferred

How to apply:

Interested candidates should email their CV to resumes@ctsglobalusa.com

Technical Director (Tanzania) - 207375

The Henry M. Jackson Foundation (HJF) is seeking a Technical Director to support the Walter Reed Program-Tanzania (WRP), within the United States Military HIV Research Program (MHRP), headquartered at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) in Silver Spring, Maryland, located in Mbeya, Tanzania.

The incumbent is responsible for the program achieving objectives executed under the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PERFAR). Under the supervision of the Deputy Country Director, the incumbent will direct the WRP. The incumbent will provide leadership, management, and direction to the WRP medical, Monitoring and Evaluation and strategic information, outreach technical program and staff. This includes monitoring and coordination of all program elements within the PEPFAR portfolio executed in conjunction with government health facilities, NGOs, FBOs, and CBOs. The incumbent will be responsible for WRP program execution, direction, and development of technical staff. Technical Director position will be based in Mbeya in the Southern Highlands region of Tanzania.

Responsibilities:

  1. Directs the implementation of the WRP PEPFAR program in Mbeya.

  2. Manages and directs all WRP technical personnel in the development of program work plans and associated evaluation metrics to best manage program areas and relevant implementing partners.

  3. Trains technical staff to utilize work plans to guide development of the country operational plan.

  4. Stays current with the United States Government (USG) and Government of Tanzania guidelines/policies and ensures program activities are in line with said policies.

  5. Manages the execution, implementation, and coordination of all PEPFAR activities; this includes tracking against budget forecasts as well as relevant targets within each program area.

  6. Mentors in country WRP staff, transferring program management capacity to indigenous personnel.

  7. Develops the capacity of implementing partners to manage activities with donor funding.

  8. When necessary, serves as a technical representative to USG PEPFAR meetings in Dar es Salaam.

  9. Works with MHRP HQ and others to delineate possible areas to conduct operational research or other similar activities.

  10. Ensures the completeness and delivery of PEPFAR funding submissions, semi-annual and annual, and similar USG reports; directing the regular analysis of these data to inform program managers on areas of strength and need.

  11. Interviews and recommends hire/termination/promotion/demotion/etc of any technical staff as needed.

  12. Maintains a safe work environment with appropriate training of other personnel.

  13. Supports a productive team environment.

  14. Completes other projects as needed.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Program management experience in an international setting. Prior experience in management of HIV/AIDS programs preferred. Experience in health system strengthening shall be an added advantage. Candidate must have highly developed sense of cultural sensitivity. Proficiency in Kiswahili highly desirable.

Minimum Education/Training Requirements: Masters in public health or related field, experience may be substituted for education if appropriate.

Minimum Experience: 6-10 years of progressive experience in implementing international public health/development programs. 5 years field experience required. African and/or PEPFAR experience is desirable. 10+ years experience in the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of international public health programs.

Please apply on-line at www.hjf.org/careers/open-jobs Click “Advanced Search” to enter job number 207375 in the Job Opening ID box.

The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc. is a congressionally authorized, not-for-profit corporation that provides unparalleled scientific and management services to military medical research and education programs worldwide. Our mission is to advance military medical research. AA/EEO

For a comprehensive list of our benefits, please visit: http://www.hjf.org/careers/benefits.html

How to apply:

Please apply on-line at www.hjf.org/careers/open-jobs Click “Advanced Search” to enter job number 207375 in the Job Opening ID box.

Research Laboratory Supervisor

The Duke University Global Health Institute seeks a Research Laboratory Supervisor to oversee laboratory and research activities in hematology, chemistry, microbiology, immunology and molecular sections to support NIH-sponsored AIDS and infectious disease research conducted by the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC)-Duke University Collaboration. The laboratories, located in the KCMC Biotechnology Laboratory, Moshi, Tanzania, are fully functional and operate under GCLP standards using state of the art laboratory equipment. Chief responsibilities will include monitoring of daily activities and staff, internal and external QA, supplies, inventory, equipment maintenance, and integration of new projects and staff development.

We seek a senior level medical technologist for this position, preferably with a Master's degree, laboratory management experience and experience in an international laboratory setting. Candidates must be willing to commit a minimum of 2 years to this position.

Moshi lies at the base of Mount Kilimanjaro in northern Tanzania 30 minutes from the Kilimanjaro International Airport with close access to the game parks and coastal beaches. KCMC is a 450 bed referral and teaching hospital staffed by both Tanzanian and international health care workers. KCMC College and Tumaini University, both on site, offer a robust academic environment in the health related professions.

How to apply:

Interested candidates should send their curriculum vitae and the names of three references to Elizabeth Reddy, MD, KCMC-Duke University Collaboration (elizabeth.reddy@dm.duke.edu) and Shanette Nixon, Laboratory Supervisor, KCMC-Duke University Collaboration (snixon94@gmail.com).

Procurement Manager

The Procurement Manager is responsible for providing procurement support to the Jhpiego Tanzania country office. This includes developing, establishing and implementing standard procurement operational systems and ensuring that the procurement systems are regularly reviewed and updated to ensure optimal functioning of the procurement section. The Procurement Manager will liaise with local vendors and the Baltimore office for procurement of goods and will be required to conduct procurement within donor requirements e.g. obtaining prior approvals, source and origin requirements, etc.

She/ he will work closely with the Senior Finance & Administration Manager, ensure timely procurement and will proactively identify gaps and make suggestions for improvement.

Qualifications and Requirements:

University degree in supply chain management or a related field MBA will be an added advantage

Minimum 5 years working experience; 2 years in a similar position

Must be a member of a procurement organization (NBMM etc.) Experience working in a busy office

Computer skills including demonstrated hands on-experience with MS Word, MS Power Point, and MS Excel.

Proficiency in both written and spoken English and Kiswahili

A broad variety of administrative and office management

Experience in managing teams and supervising multi cultural staff .

Be self motivated, proactive' and have a positive attitude to work requiring minimum supervision.

Excellent organizational skills including the ability to handle a variety of assignments sometimes under pressure of deadlines

Be cooperative, hardworking, flexible & dependable.

Ability to communicate effectively, instilling trust and confidence

Pleasant, warm and outgoing personality

Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

Be of high integrity and have a sense of confidentiality

Be willing to take on extra responsibilities in order to achieve the goals/objectives set by the organization

Procurement Officer

The Procurement Officer is responsible for providing procurement support to the Jhpiego Tanzania country office

This includes sourcing, negotiating, purchasing and liaising with the wide variety of vendors/suppliers. The: procurement officer will be responsible for the day to day implementation of the procurement systems and procedures. S/he will work closely with the Procurement Manager to ensure timely procurement and will proactively identify gaps and make suggestions for improvement

Qualifications and Requirements:

University degree in supply chain management or a related field

Minimum 2 years relevant experience

Experience working in a busy office

Computer skills including demonstrated hands on-experience with MS Word, MS Power Point, and MS Excel.

Proficiency in both written and spoken English and Kiswahili

A broad variety of administrative and office management skills

Be self motivated, proactive .and have a positive attitude to work requiring minimum supervision.

Excellent organizational skills including the ability to handle varietyof assignments sometimes under pressure of deadlines

Be cooperative, hardworking, flexible & dependable.

Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

Be of high integrity and have a sense of confidentiality

Be willing to take on extra responsibilities in order to achieve goals/objectives set by the organization

Program Assistant

Specific qualifications:

First Degree in social science or Advanced Diploma with a good pass in English and Mathematics; secretarial training and office management highly desirable

Basic accounting with experience in petty cash management

Ability to work in an efficient and prompt manner in areas of correspondence, logistics for local and international travel, filing, and record-keeping

Professional, courteous, and pleasant personality; excellent interpersonal skills

Experience working in a busy office; ability to handle multiple tasks with minimum supervision and deal with pressure

Excellent written and oral communication skills in English and

Kiswahili

Excellent organizational skills

Availability and willingness to travel up to 30% time

Finance Officer

Specific qualifications:

Basic accounting knowledge - CPA I or efforts in acquiring accounting qualifications or equivalent, graduate qualification is preferred. Knowledge of USAID Regulations

Must have demonstrated book-keeping skills, an understanding of maintenance of ledger entries, cash book and account entries and bank reconciliation

At least three years of relevant work experience, preferably with an international organization

Knowledge of QuickBooks preferred, in addition to applications referenced above

Must be able to handle a variety of assignments sometimes under pressure of deadlines

Availability and willingness to travel up to 30% time

Internal Auditor

The position will provide a full range of financial, compliance, and operational audits, for Jhpiego Tanzania operations work is within policies included in Jhpiego and USG law and administrative regulations contained within Jhpiego grants and contract agreements.

The Internal Auditor will develop a fiscal year work plan which will be approved by his direct supervisor. He/she is also expected to obtain input from Tanzania Country Office management in the development of the each fiscal year work plan.

Qualifications

He/she will have wide latitude for the exercise of independent judgment and subject to periodic review on the basis of results achieved.

All reports will be presented first in draft to the Country Director, Country Finance and Administration Manager and the CFO/Baltimore.

Qualifications and Requirements:

A Bachelors of Commerce degree in Accounting or Finance Qualified accountant with CPA, ACCA or equivalent

A minimum of 5 years experience as auditor in an audit firm and experience in auditing NGOs

Good understanding of internal audit including international trends and best practices

Excellent analytical and report- writing skills

Experience working on USAID and other donor-funded projects an asset

Highly motivated, energetic, independent self starter with strong communication skills

Demonstrate proficiency in IT particularly computer assisted audit techniques.

Ability to read, analyzes, and interpret common reports, and agreement documents

Mathematical Skills - Ability to work with mathematical concepts as they relate to auditing and fiscal analysis to include accounting and the budget

Reasoning Ability - ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions

Excellent communication, presentation and writing skills

Ability to manage major activities simultaneously

Ability to travel independently in new environments

Sensitive to socio-cultural differences in the region

Proficiency in both written and spoken English and Kiswahili

Attention to detail and accuracy in data management, analysis, and reporting;

Cooperative, competent, hardworking, flexible and dependable in a multi-cultural, open office situation;

Self-motivated and proactive with a positive attitude to work; Effective communicator and team member, instilling trust and confidence;

Ability to organize and coordinate information and logistics for programs and activities


Application Instructions:

Tanzanian nationals who have previous experience working with an international organization are preferred.

Jhpiego offers a competitive package to the selected candidate in line with salary history, academic qualifications and relevant experience. If you feel you are the right candidate, apply in confidence, indicating the post you are applying for on top of the envelope.

Please include your up-to-date CV with three contactable professional references, covering letter and your salary history. Applications which do NOT include ALL of this information will NOT be considered.

The application to be addressed to: Human Resources Manager, Jhpiego, Plot 72, Block 45B, New Bagamoyo road, Victoria - PO Box 9170 Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Deadline: May 18, 2012

Monitoring and Evaluation Manager Tanzania Aga Khan Foundation 1 Jun 2012

Operations Assistant-Umoja Project

Advans Bank Tanzania ltd

Application Deadline: May 16, 2012
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F&B Manager

Holiday Inn

Deadline: May 18, 2012

Position Description:

An F&B Manager with at least 5 years experience is required for the Holiday Inn Dar es Salaam, large brand experience a preference but not essential. Accommodation and all work permits provided by employer.

Application Instructions:

Send CV and Cover Letter to gm@holidayinn.co.tz

Bank of Baroda JOBS

Manager (Risk & Compliance)

Job Role:

Responsible for strengthening the comprehensive Risk Management system in the Bank

It will encompass entire spectrum of risk, Credit Risk, Country/Transfer Risk, Market Risk (e.g. interest rates, foreign exchange rates, prices of securities, shares, etc), liquidity Risk, Foreign Exchange Risk, Operational Risk, Legal Risk, and Reputational Risk. The incumbent will be responsible for independent review of risk. He is also responsible for compliance of all regulatory and other guidelines.

Key Responsibilities

Minimize the probability of inappropriate losses due to various risks the bank is exposed.

Maximize expected return through more optimal capital allocation.

Facilitate a comprehensive view of the bank's risks aligned with the bank's strategy and opportunities.

Design and implement business processes tied to the Risk Management mission and objectives.

Define and develop the analytical tools needed to measure risk including performance measurement, methodology and key performance indicators.

Design and implement system enhancements (for existing systems) and new Risk Management systems.

Risk associated with all products and services offered by the Bank will be covered for the assessment/ management of risks.

Effectiveness of Risk Management Unit's infrastructure & systems (policies, processes, procedures & tools) in achieving compliance requirements, optimal efficiency, resource utilization and cost containment

Preparation of quality of risk management reports to various management committees.

Ensuring compliance with statutory requirements and playing a key influential role towards the formulation of industry policies and standards in liaison with regulatory authorities.

Overseeing and enforcing risk management policies and limits to close significant gaps, developing systems to generate a robust MIS to identify, monitor, manage and control credit, market and operational risk.

To ensure that all rules and guidelines of Bank of Tanzania, the Reulator are complied with.

To ensure that all rules and regulations of our Bank and Parent Bank are complied with.

To prepare all returns, statements, etc in time and submit the same to various authorities.

To ensure that no penalty is imposed to our Bank by the Regulator or other authorities for non submission or late submission of various returns, statements, etc.

Qualification and Experience:

Tanzanian candidates having following qualification and experience can apply;

1) A graduate in any discipline

2) Good computer application skills

3) Good analytical skills or experience in preparation of various Risk Management reports for the Board and various Committees of the Board.

Candidates should have relevant experience for two years may apply.

Manager (Finance)

Job Role:

The incumbent will be responsible to manage the Finance functions of the Bank as a whole. The major functions includes maintenance of accurate and complete accounting records; preparation off internal and external financial reports for use by the senior management and the board; financial planning and budgeting, continuous monitoring of performance against the set targets, ensure the submission of timely and correct various regulatory and statutory returns.

Major Responsibilities:

To implement the Finance department structure and systems (policies, process, procedures and tools) in achieving compliance requirements, optimal efficiency, resource utilization and cost containment as per the policies of the bank.

Timely and accurate submission of various regulatory returns to Bank of Tanzania

Preparation of financial/control returns to the parent bank, audit committee of board, board and for the senior management.

Planning/Budgeting and monitoring the performance every month.

To maintain and store the records to facilitate easy retrieval and use

Prevention of exposure to and impact of risks inherent in all Finance functions.

Qualifications and Experience Requirements

Tanzanians holding Certified Public Accountant (CPA) degree or equivalent qualifications need only apply.

Relevant professional qualifications in accounting.

Competence in computer applications in accounting/finance function.

Candidates with relevant experience in banking and/or other financial institutions for at least two years.

Application Instructions:

All applications should have names of three official referees with their contacts. Applications accompanied by professionally prepared CVs, copies of all supporting documents along with a recent photograph should be submitted within 26th May, 2012 to the following address.

The Managing Director Bank of Baroda (Tanzania) Ltd

P. O. Box. No. 5356

Dar es Salaam

Deadline: May 26, 2012

Chief Manager - Human Resources &Administration

Position Description:

In the efforts to strengthen and smoothen its operations, the fastest growing bank listed on the Stock Exchange wishes to recruit motivated, result oriented and suitably qualified candidate to fill the following vacant position; .

Chief Manager - Human Resources &. Administration

Job Summary:

Reporting to the Managing Director, the Human Resources & Administration Manager is responsible for handling all Human Resources & Administrative work within the Bank.

Minimum Qualifications and Experience Required:

Holder of Masters Degree in Public Administration, Human Resources Management or Business Administration with at least Eight years experience in the same field.

Experience in the Banking / Financial Institution will be given preference.

Skills and Attributes:

Self-motivated with professional integrity and demonstrating ability to make immediate and positive impact in the operations of the Bank.

Application Instructions:

Send your CV stating current position, Cover Letter, Copies of Certificates and 3 work related referees to

The Managing Dircetor

P O BOX 19798

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Deadline: Jun 02, 2012

BRiTEN TANZANIA JOBS

Agricultural Inputs Specialist

Position Description:

BRiTEN is a non-profit local organization whose objective is to support the development of commercially sustainable agribusinesses along the input and output value chains by strengthening their business skills, technological knowledge and transferring best practice in order to increase incomes and food security.

BRiTEN on behalf of its client an international non-profit is recruiting for the following positions for a maize and rice value chain project that has four years of project life. The positions are based in Morogoro.

As a member of the project team, the incumbent will:

Provide guidance and leadership for the agricultural input and equipment component of the project and ensure they fit into the overall activities and aims of the project;

Collaborate closely with key persons in the agro-input sector engaged in importing, wholesaling and retailing to strengthen their capacity to satisfy the agricultural sector's increasing demand for affordable, good quality inputs products and services

Spur investments by input firms (importers, distributors, retailers, seed dealers, etc) to develop new markets and improve performance that will dramatically increase the quality, availability and application of inputs

Facilitate the strategic and activity planning processes of the Team

Coach and support the members of the Team to ensure learning and continual performance improvements

Required Skills or Experience

Preferably a Masters Degree in Agriculture/Agronomy

A senior Agricultural Inputs Specialist With at least 10 years of experience and demonstrated success in sales, marketing and/or management of agro-input distribution or retail operations

Demonstrated success/experience in implementing programs aimed at farmer education and extension in promoting rice and maize productivity;

The position requires:

Demonstrated creativity and willingness to innovate; and Strong communications skills (oral, written, presentational

Experience of working as part of a multidisciplinary team;

An ability to work with existing organizations to build capacity in novel and exciting ways for a variety of skills

Excellent communication skills with a variety of people from farmers and farmer organizations, extension workers, private businesses to government representatives and academics

Rice Irrigation Specialist

BRiTEN is a non-profit local organization whose objective is to support the development of commercially sustainable agribusinesses along the input and output value chains by strengthening their business skills, technological knowledge and transferring best practice in order to increase ncomes and food security.

BRiTEN on behalf of its client an international non-profit is recruiting for the following positions for a maize and rice value chain project that has four years of project life. The positions are based in Morogoro.

As a member of the project team, the incumbent will:

Provide scientific and administrative leadership for the water components of the project and ensure they fit into the overall activities and aims of the project;

Ensure timely delivery of project outputs;

lead diagnosis of irrigated agriculture production systems, and design of appropriate irrigation and agronomic interventions; provide technical assistance to project staff and partners for the development of irrigated agriculture in selected project sites; lead capacity building of partners on irrigated agriculture;

Lead and synthesize research on irrigated agriculture in the selected project sites;

Qualifications

A Masters Degree in irrigation, agricultural water management, irrigation agriculture or a closely related field;

Minimum 10 years experience in a mix of infrastructure development and water management, and agricultural development programs;

Demonstrated success/experience in implementing programs aimed at rehabilitating infrastructure, developing irrigation schemes, including both the hard and soft technologies involved, and promoting rice production and productivity

The position requires:

Demonstrated creativity and willingness to innovate; and Strong communications skills (oral, written, presentational

Experience of working as part of a multidisciplinary team;

An ability to work with existing organizations to build capacity in novel and exciting ways for a variety of skills

Excellent communication skills with a variety of people from farmers and farmer organizations, extension workers, private businesses to government representatives and academics

Application Instructions:

Applications should be emailed to the info@britentz.org

and should include a CV or no more than 5 pages, details of three referees. Please include a one page cover letter describing what makes you suitable for the job, your last three salaries including the current one and availability. On the subject line of your email please include the job reference no. All applications shall be treated in the strictest confidence

Deadline: May 31, 2012

KATANI LIMITED JOBS

Economist

Position Description:

Katani Limited (Katani) is a reputed, dynamic, Tanzanian agro-industrial entity whose activities include growing sisal, technical services to more than 2000 contract farmers, processing sisal leaves into fibre, converting the sisal fibre into finished products, marketing, renewable energy production, agro-engineering services, agribusiness managerial services, consultancy and research and development. Its corporate offices are at 1 Tasma Road, Bombo, Tanga-Tanzania.

Katani Limited invites applications from highly qualified Tanzanians with proven working experience for the following vacancies that exist:

Post:Economist in MIM Associates Ltd - a Subsidiary of Katani Ltd undertaking consultancy work.

Reports:Executive Director MIM Associates Ltd. (iii) JOB Specification:

Minimum Academic/Professional Qualification University degree in Economics/ Commerce/ Management, Business Administration or equivalent

A master's degree is preferable.

Should have a background of business strategic planning, Project management, analysis and appraisal

Should be computer literate especially as regards Microsoft Office Word, Microsoft Office Excel, Microsoft Office Project, Microsoft Office PowerPoint, Microsoft Office Outlook.

Knowledge of UNDO COMFAR 111 Expert will be an added advantage.

Work Experience

Five years of working experience preferably in a company or organization of an agro-industrial nature; energy; or relevant consultancy firm.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Implement the MIM Associates Ltd objectives, Vision, Mission and strategy

Identify and recommend new areas of investment and prepare investment proposals for decision- making. Prepare project analysis, project appraisal reports, detailed project feasibility and capital budget.

Advises the Executive Director on planning, project management and investment issues

Perform all other duties assigned by Executive Director of MIM Associates Ltd from time to time.

Marketing Officer

Position Description:

Reports:Director of Operations and Marketing

Minimum Academic /Professional Qualification

Bachelor degree in Business Administration majoring in Marketing or equivalent

Master's degree is preferable. Postgraduate qualifications in marketing field will be added advantage

Computer literate

Working Experience

At least Three (3) years working experience in the marketing field preferably in an agro-industry Company or organization

Duties and Responsibilities

Advises the Director of Operations and Marketing on market-ing and sales strategies

Develop product marketing plan and its execution and articulate goals and strategy for achieving those goals in an annual plan.

Review all marketing activities including market share report, competitive pricing analysis report, sales promotion report and improvement where necessary.

Participate in the annual and periodical budget preparations for the department.

Perform all other duties as may be assigned from time to time from the head of department or management of the company.

An attractive competitive remuneration package will be offered to the right candidate (s)

Application Instructions:

Interested and qualified individuals should forward their applications enclosing detailed Curriculum Vitae, 2 passport-size photographs, copies of professional certificates and names and addresses of three (3) referees by postal address, personally or email. Only shot listed applicants will be called for interview on date to be set later.

Please send your application to:

The Managing Director

Katani Limited,

P.O. Box 123

TANGA


Manager- Treasury & Portfolio Management

EXIM

Date Listed: May 28, 2012
Phone: No Calls Please
Area: Dar Es Salaam
Application Deadline: Jun 08, 2012

Position Description:

Role & Responsibilities:

Manage all aspects of the Investment Portfolios, keep close track of the prevailing market conditions and suggest and implement strategies that will help in managing the organizations investment portfolio for optimum returns.

Manage the appropriate accounting process, determine the tax implications and the applicability of taxes on the investment portfolio.

Monitoring the markets and preparing the-reports regarding the performance of the fund/ portfolio.

Responsible for the revenue targets in alignment with the business objectives Key Competencies:

Strong Network with the treasuries of Banks & Insurance Companies, Understanding the different Asset classes -Risk, Rewards & Returns.

Good at Financial analysis and projections, Tax applicabilities

Qualification:

C.A. / MBA (FINANCE)/M.Sc( ECONOMICS)/ CPA

Dealer

EXIM

Date Listed: May 28, 2012
Phone: No Calls Please
Area: Dar Es Salaam
Application Deadline: Jun 08, 2012

Position Description:

Role & Responsibilities:

Ensure efficient and prompt management of orders, execution of transactions and reporting of trades in Equities, IPOs and Equities related products and any securities that may be traded in future

Origination of the new client Base for the retail/Institutional Investors & to provide a high quality of service to the existing clients of EAS & be responsible for the revenue targets in alignment with the objectives;

To liaise with external intermediaries for execution of orders, settlement of trades and building relationships;

To keep abreast with the product knowledge and market intelligence

To ensure that all compliance and legal guidelines are adhered to and mitigation strategies.

Key Competencies:

Minimum of 2 years dealing/execution experience in a Nominated Advisor / Broker, covering equities and/or fixed income.

Understanding of equities and fixed income markets;

Qualification:

C.A./ MBA (Finance)/M.Sc( Economics)/CPA/M. Com/B. Com

Manager -Debt Syndication

EXIM

Date Listed: May 28, 2012
Phone: No Calls Please
Area: Dar Es Salaam
Application Deadline: Jun 08, 2012

Position Description:

Role & Responsibilities:

Preparation of the Information MEMORANDUM, Structuring the transaction

Spread sheet modeling for the Project Viability, Evaluation of returns, syndication strategy •Presentation to the lenders & placement, responsible for the financial closure.

Key Competencies:

Strong network with the Bankers & Financial institutions for syndication &/ placement of the debt

Domain knowledge of sectors, Good product knowledge for the debt products

Good at Financial analysis balance sheets, P/L Account & Projections.

Qualification:

C.A. / MBA (Finance)/M.Sc( Economics)/ CPA

Application Instructions:

Salary offered is highly competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.

If you are confident that you match the above mentioned criteria please send your C.V

The Advertiser:

EXIM Advisory Services Ltd.,

8th Floor, (CRDB Building, Opp. New Post, Azikiwe Street,

Dar Es Salaam

recruitments@eximadvisoryservices.com
















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