Senior Network Engineer – 1 Post

Job Position: Senior Network Engineer – 1 Post
Employer: Zanlink Limited
Location: Mjini Magharibi Zanzibar


  • Diploma/ University degree in Computer Science/ Information Technology with at least 3 years of working experience in the related field.
  • Skills and expertise
  • Good knowledge and working experience of various Networks such as LAN, VPN, Fiber optic, microwave wireless technologies as well as extensive knowledge on configuration and troubleshooting of TCP/IP protocols.
  • Practical networking experience in setting up, testing, configuration and troubleshooting of networks/ Knowledge on Wireless Technologies, RF transmissions and Fiber Optical Networks
  • Working knowledge of network devices (routers/switch testing and configuration)
  • Proficiency in both Windows and Linux based operating Systems
  • Ability to work independently, be a team player and be able to accomplish a given task with minimum supervision.
  • Possess excellent customer care and clients handling skills.
  • Be able to communicate excellently with good command on both oral and written English and Kiswahili; to clearly and concisely provide information, explanations and instructions and to elicit information from others with varying levels of understanding.
  • Must possess very good analytical, troubleshooting as well as technical faults reporting skills.
  • Problem solving skills to independently recognize define and identify resources available to solve problems.
  • Possess a class ‘C’ clean driving license
  • Willing to walk extra miles and demonstrate flexibility in order to handle chores more efficiently.
  • Interpersonal skills to establish and maintain a friendly, welcoming environment to demonstrate understanding, compassionate and caring manner to maintain a courteous and calm demeanor

Job Descriptions

  • Install and maintain various Internet and related services on the client’s side using either Optic Fiber cable or Microwave Wireless Equipment operating at different frequencies, as well as configuration of TCP/IP protocols.
  • Build and maintain various Networks such as WAN, LAN and VPN on client’s side.
  • Maintain Company’s Network infrastructure including its fiber optical backbone, repeaters, as well as towers.
  • Evaluate and resolve client problems promptly
  • Monitor performance of network infrastructure equipment.
  • Create and implement viable solutions and follow through to ensure problem is resolved to the satisfaction of all parties.
  • Ensure that no trouble ticket or clients complain remains pending and present a thorough daily, weekly and monthly report to the Management.
  • Carry out weekly and monthly analysis of the problems reported by our clients and find ways to reduce them.

An attractive salary package will be offered to the right candidates. Please note that all the positions require the candidates to stay in Zanzibar.

How To Apply:

Application with detailed CVs written in the English Language should be e mailed to: and copied to,

Deadline to submit application is 31st January 2018.

Please note that ONLY short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.

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The Tanzania National Roads Agency (TANROADS), for and on behalf of the Government of
the United Republic of Tanzania, entered into a Contract for the Upgrading of Loliondo – Mto wa Mbu Road to Bitumen Standard, Lot 1: Wasso – Sale Junction Section (49 km). The Contract period is 36 months including Defects Liability Period of 12 months.
The Regional Manager’s Office TANROADS – Arusha, on behalf of the Chief Executive, TANROADS, intends to recruit qualified and competent Staff to fill the following vacant posts on specific duties short-terms contracts within the Region.
Successful applicants must be ready to work for considerable lengths of time in Loliondo District within the project area if situations warrants.


Educational/Professional qualifications:-
i. Must have a Bachelor Degree in civil or highway engineering or equivalent from any recognized Higher Learning Institution/colleges;
ii. Registered as Professional Engineer with ERB
iii. A postgraduate qualification in highway engineering and experience in contract administration under FIDIC/PPRA Condition of contract is an added advantage
iv. A National Form IVNI certificate;
v. Computer literate;
vi. Work Experience: At least 1 Oyears cumulative experience related to road design and construction;
vii. Served Similar Capacity for at least Three (3) Contriesfor construction roads of similar magnitude and complexity in Sub – Sahara Counties for the last ten (10) Years
viii. Shall comprise road surveys, construction of pavement structure, measuring of quantities and management of site operation.
ix. Self motivation, able to work under pressure outside working hours with minimum supervision; x. Fluent in English is mandatory;
xi. Age Limit: 35 years and above.


Educational/Professional qualifications:-
i. Must have a Bachelor Degree in civil, bridge or structural engineering or equivalent from any recognized Higher Learning Institution/colleges;
ii. Registered as Professional Engineer with ERB
iii. A postgraduate qualification in civil engineering or highway engineering and experience in contract administration under FIDIC/PPRA Condition of contract is an added advantage
iv. A National Form IVNI certificate;
v. Computer literate;
vi. Work Experience: At least 10 years cumulative experience related to road/ Bridge design and construction;
vii. Served as a structure/drainage Engineer for at least Two (2) road project of similar magnitude and complexity in the last ten (10) Years;
viii. He/She must have a working experience of at least 3 years in Sub – Sahara Countries;
ix. Shall Head the site staff and shall be responsible for ensuring the bridges and other drainage structures are constructed according to design and conform to the contract specifications.
x. Self motivation, able to work under pressure outside working hours with minimum supervision;
xi. Proficiency in written and spoken English is mandatory;
xii. Age Limit: 35 years and above.

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Educational/Professional qualifications:-
i. Must have a Bachelor Degree in civil engineering or equivalent from any recognized Higher Learning Institution/colleges;
ii. Registered as Graduate/Professional Engineer with ERB
iii. A National Form IVNI certificate;
iv. Computer literate;
v. Work Experience: At least 3 years cumulative experience related to road/ Bridge design and construction;
vi. Served as a Works Inspector or an equivalent Capacity on at least Three (3) years in road construction project of similar magnitude and complexity
vii. Self motivation, able to work under pressure outside working hours with minimum supervision;
viii. Fluent in English is mandatory;
ix. Must be a Tanzanian Citizen;
x. Age Limit: 25 years and above.

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Educational/Professional qualifications:-
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ii. A National Form IVNI certificate;
iii. Computer literate;
iv. Work Experience: At least 3 years cumulative experience related to road/ Bridge design and construction;
v. Served as a Pavement/Material Technician or an equivalent Capacity on at least Three (3) years in road construction project of similar magnitude and complexity
vi. Self motivation, able to work under pressure outside working hours with minimum supervision;
vii. Proficiency in spoke and written English is mandatory;
viii. Must be a Tanzanian Citizen; ix. Age Limit: 25 years and above.

All Interested applicants are invited to apply and submit their handwritten application letters to the under-mentioned address not later than Wednesday, 31ST JANUARY, 2018 with their complete CVs; Certified copies of all academic and professional certificates; birth certificates; names of three referees inclusive of current employer if any; applicants contact telephone numbers and postal address. Only few short-listed candidates will be contacted and overqualified applicants may not be considered.
Applicants who have worked with public institutions particularly with Government and TANROADS but have unsatisfactory previous records indicating performance and disciplinary shortfalls shall not be considered and any misrepresentation of such fact shall be subjected to legal measures.

The advertisement are also found in our website:
Deadline for submission is Wednesday,31ST JANUARY, 2018 at 16:30 Hrs
This is to insist that:
1. Hand delivered is not allowed;
2. Women are highly encouraged to apply;
3. Any Electronic submission shall not be considered;


P.O. Box 3094,
Tel: +255 27 254 7178

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Program Officer at Helen Keller International Ngo

Kinondoni, Oysterbay Dar Es Salaam
Established in 1915 with Helen Keller as a founding trustee, Helen Keller International

(HKI) works to save the sight and lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged. Headquartered in New York City, HKI currently conducts programs in 21 countries in Africa and Asia as well as in the United States. HKI is known for sustainability, reliability, efficiency and the highest level of technical expertise in fighting and treating blindness and malnutrition. To accomplish its work, HKI builds the capacity of local governmental, civil society and private sector systems and infrastructure, and promotes the development of sustained, large-scale programs that deliver effective preventative and curative services for nutrition, eye health and neglected tropical diseases.

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Position Title: Program Officer – Food Fortification Program

Duty Station: HKI Dar es Salaam Office Reports to: Food fortification Program Manager

Primary Responsibilities:

Planning, coordination and implementation of fortification activities

  • Provide technical support to the frontline health and nutrition staff including ward food inspectors and volunteers to increase their knowledge and skills on fortification and nutrition.
  • Collaborate with regional and district health teams to ensure Healthcare workers are trained on context appropriate basic nutrition and fortification as one of nutrition sensitive
  • Work with the district nutrition officer and the project manager to plan and coordinate interventions to strengthen millers association
  • Regularly work with TFDA district focal person during supportive supervision to provide coaching and mentorship to millers who are doing fortification.
  • Works with District nutrition officer to ensure all shops in project area handed with fortification posters, provided contacts of millers who are doing fortification and provided education on benefits of consuming fortified maize flour
  • Work with other implementing partners to ensure millers receiving technical input and support
  • Ensure social behavior change communication strategies and interventions are developed and implemented to address barriers to adoption fortification technology and consumption of fortified maize flour
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Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting

  • Work together with program manager and M&E officer in gathering, reporting and analyzing performance data for impact and sustainability of project implementation in a district.
  • Support all monitoring, evaluation and research tasks and deliverables for the project and ensure that all required reports and documentation are submitted timely.
  • Ensure timely preparation and submission of monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual progress reports on the status of project implementation.
  • Ensure timely communication with relevant partners to the project thereby maintaining strong relationships at the district.

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  • Basic knowledge on research
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  • Familiar with current Advocacy issues around Fortification.

Working Environment / Conditions:

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Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and current CV to noting the position title in the subject line. Applications will be accepted until January 25, 2018.

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  • To ensure the student’s progress is monitored and supervised efficiently and timely.
  • To complete the syllabus according to the schemes.
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  • To make periodic report to the Principal regarding students’ progress and discipline.
  • To recommend in consultation with Head of Department, the text books and other resources.
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Counsellor for Secondary

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Interested candidates may submit their CV, copies of Educational Certifications, one passport size photograph and an application letter, addressed and delivered to:


The Human Resource Manager
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P.O.Box 21735,
Dar es Salaam

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Mama na Mtoto is being implemented by a coalition of partners led by the University of Calgary and including Agriteam Canada Consulting Ltd., the Canadian Paediatric Society, Save the Mothers, Mbarara University of Science and Technology and the Catholic University of Health and Allied Science (CUHAS Bugando), in partnership with Mwanza Regional and Misungwi and Kwimba Council Health Management Teams (CHMTs). Funding for this project is provided by Global Affairs Canada. The project has a main office in Misungwi with a satellite office located within the CUHAS campus in Mwanza. Project Officers will be based at KWIMBA office, and will spend a significant amount of their time at the community level within Kwimba districts.

Thematic Focus and Scope of Work
Community Engagement Project Officers (CEPOs) will be responsible for implementing the community engagement component of the project, under the guidance and supervision of the Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC). The Project Officers will be key members of the Field Office Team and are expected to contribute to an office environment characterized by a high-performance, results-based culture. Regular travel will be required for each Coordinator position.

The CEPOs will be expected to engage with CHMT members, health facility staff, Community Health Workers (CHWs), community leaders such as ward and village executive officers, as well as with project and partner technical specialists and stakeholders. They will support CHW programming, including training, monitoring and supportive supervision of CHWs. The CEPOs will work closely with CHW supervisors to implement strategies to promote healthy MNCH practices at the community level through grassroots engagement and mobilization. Strong Sukuma language capacity is a requirement for these positions. The CEPOs will also collaborate with the Mama na Mtoto Gender and Health Equity Coordinator to ensure that community programming is responsive to the needs of women and men, engages men and boys on reproductive and child health issues, and reaches those most at risk and with the least access to health services and information.

General Responsibilities
The general responsibilities for the CEPOs include but are not limited to the following:

  • Implement the planned community engagement activities within the Officer’s geographic area, under the guidance and supervision of the Community Engagement Coordinator, and in accordance with the project annual work plan and project implementation plan.
  • Organize and implement meetings and trainings with health facility staff and CHW supervisors.
  • Work closely and collaboratively with CHWs, CHW supervisors, community leaders, community groups, and community members on issues related to maternal, neonatal and child health, promoting local ownership and local action on their health concerns.
  • Facilitate the planning and implementation of health and development activities through communication with local communities, providing information, organizing community-based training, and coordinating/supporting CHW meetings.
  • Participate in the selection, orientation, training and refresher training of CHWs, community leaders, and community groups.
  • Assist in the production of workshop handbooks and tools for community members in Kiswahili.
  • Contribute to annual work planning processes, including detailed planning of community engagement and innovation activities within the Officer’s geographic area and according to the Project Implementation Plan.
  • Contribute to project monitoring and evaluation activities through collection of data for routine project monitoring, using project data collection.
  • Contribute to timely and accurate preparation of project progress reports using results-based management approaches;
  • Contribute to maintenance of proper and up-to-date project documentation and records;
  • Establish and maintain effective liaison between community leaders, health centre staff, project staff and the MnM field office.
  • Liaise, consult and coordinate training activities in his/her area of operation.
  • Any other duties assigned by the immediate supervisor.

The CEPOs responsibilities include frequent day trips to communities within Kwimba District. No relocation or transportation benefits are included in the remuneration package – applicants already residing in the Kwimba/Mwanza area are therefore preferred.

Education and Experience
Successful CEPO candidates must demonstrate their ability to understand the specific issue areas and undertake the general tasks described above. Candidates should also have the following education and experience:

  • Post-secondary education (degree preferred) in Community Development, Public Health, Sociology, Health Promotion, Social Work or another relevant field;
  • Skills in relationship-building, team-work, collaboration and using participatory methodologies;
  • At least 2 years’ prior experience working on community engagement for health/development;
  • Familiarity with maternal, newborn and child health issues (previous work on community health and MNCH preferred);
  • Familiarity with gender equality issues, in particular how they affect MNCH status;
  • Strong communication skills in Kiswahili and Sukuma, with ability to communicate in English.
  • Must be comfortable and willing to work in rural areas and be sensitive to the experience and needs of rural Tanzanian
  • Must be able to work independently and in a small multi-cultural team environment;
  • Must thrive in a busy and demanding work environment;
  • Flexibility – CEPOs may be required to work extra hours, holidays and weekends at times;
  • Candidates must be willing to travel by motorcycle (preferably able to drive a motorcycle or willing to learn to drive a motorcycle and obtain a motorcycle license);
  • Experience with engaging men and boys in reproductive health programming is an asset;
  • Previous experience working on donor-funded projects, especially health projects, is an asset.



How to Apply
Please send a cover letter explaining how you meet the qualifications for the job (education and experience), as well as a current and up-to-date resume to by the deadline. Please include the following subject line (including your own name) in your email: Project Officer, Community Engagement – [YOUR NAME]. Your cover letter must clearly state your level of capacity in the Sukuma language.

Deadline for application: [26/January 2018]

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The Diocese of Rift Valley became separate from the Diocese of Central Tanganyika on June 30th, 1991. There were 20 congregations at that time, and about 36,900 Christians. Today, there are 130,000 Christians worshipping in 267 congregations. The first Diocesan Bishop was the Rt. Rev. Dr. Alpha Mohamed.

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Dayosisi ya Rift Valley inatangaza nafasi za kazi. Walimu wa sayansi (chemistry, biology na hesabu) na walimu wa masomo ya History, kiswahili na geography.
Walimu wanaotakiwa ni wenye stashahada, shahada nk.
Wenye sifa andika kwa


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Abbreviated Qualifications and Requirements

Position-specific educational requirements including diploma/degrees in relevant disciplines Position-specific requirements for prior experience providing leadership or administrative assistance in a donor-funded project
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• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
• Fluent in English is required. Kiswahili is preferred.
• Tanzanian Nationals are strongly encouraged to apply.

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email to:

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Applications will be reviewed beginning on 1/3/2018 and the position will remain open until filled.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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In line with programmes objectives, growth and sustainability, PCI wishes to attract talents and professionals to help run the programme.

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  6. Community Mobilization Officer
  7. Source: Mkaguzi Blog
  8. Director
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  11. Senior Officer
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Results from Urambo District Interview

Urambo District is one of the seven districts of the Tabora Region of Tanzania. It is

bordered to the north by the Kaliua District, to the east by the Uyui District, to the southeast by the Sikonge District, and to the southwest by the Katavi Region. Its administrative seat is the town of Urambo.
According to the 2002 Tanzania National Census, the population of the Urambo District was 370,796.
Between 2002 and 2012, Kaliua District was split off from Urambo District. That is why the population of Urambo District declined in this period. According to the 2012 Tanzania National Census, the population of Urambo District was 192,781


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