7 Job Opportunities at FHI 360, Regional Strategic Information Officers – NAFASI ZA KAZI


Regional Strategic Information Officers (7 positions)

FHI 360 is a nonprofit human development organization dedicated to improving lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions. Our staff include experts in Health, Education, Nutrition, Environment, Economic Development, Civil Society, Gender, Youth, Research and Technology; creating a unique mix of capabilities to address today’s interrelated development challenges. FHI 360 serves more than 60 countries. Currently, we are seeking suitably qualified candidates to fill in various positions as listed below for its EpiC project in Tanzania.

The Meeting Targets and Maintaining Epidemic Control (EpiC) is a 5 year global project funded by the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), dedicated to achieving and maintaining HIV epidemic control.The project provides strategic technical assistance and direct service delivery to break through barriers to 95-95-95 and promote self-reliant management of national HIV programs by improving HIV case-finding, prevention, and treatment programming. In Tanzania, EpiC will be implementing an HIV service delivery project among key and priority populations, adolescent girls and young women; and orphans and vulnerable children which aims to reduce HIV infections in pursuit of reaching 95-95-95 goals. To achieve this goal, the program will support targeted prevention and case finding strategies at community level amongst the targeted populations.

Regional Strategic Information Officer (7 positions) Morogoro, Tabora, Shinyanga, Moshi, Dodoma and Njombe

Main Function/Responsibilities:
Responsible for implementation of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities within the assigned region(s).
Will be working with EpiC staff in the regional office, local community-based implementing partners and GoT counterparts at regional level to ensure that M&E activities are appropriate and meet USAID and EpiC requirements.

Specifically (a) working with community-based implementing partners and KVP groups (partners), health service providers and GoT counterparts to provide support and guidance on project M&E activities, ensuring alignment with USAID and GoT reporting requirements (b) building capacity of local partners in project M&E, especially data collection, management and analysis for use in decision-making and course correction (c) conducting routine monitoring visits and data quality assessments (d) assisting in the preparation of weekly and monthly reports, and providing supportive supervision (e) ensuring that the quality of activities adheres to EpiC and PEPFAR standards (f) providing technical assistance and capacity building in the design and implementation of M&E components of the activities in the communities served (g) assisting in development and maintenance of computerized data capture of the program and providing technical assistance and training to staff at the sites responsible for data entry (i) documenting lessons learned and best practices in M&E, according to USAID and PEPFAR guidelines.

Position Requirements- Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

MPH or MS/MA in statistics, pharmacy, microbiology with 3 to 5 years relevant experience in monitoring and evaluation with a sound understanding of HIV/AIDS and FP service delivery at the community level; Or BS/BA in statistics, pharmacy, microbiology with 5 to 7 years of similar relevant experience • Knowledge of health and development programs in Tanzania including familiarity with the national health information management system (HMIS) and national protocols, guidelines and standards for HIV service provision and M&E-Knowledge and experience in national-level M&E system implementation- Experience in programs serving KVP, OVC and AQYW. Demonstrated cultural sensitivity and sound understanding of the needs of KVPs-Experience in technical capacity building of non-governmental organizations and community-based organizations especially those working with KVP-Previous experience working with USAID or PEPFAR supported program-Ability to manage tight deadlines and deliver high volumes of work with minimal supervision-High degree of proficiency in written and spoken English and Kiswahili communication-Well-developed computer skills.

How to Apply:

FHI 360 has a competitive compensation package. For detailed information, interested candidates may either visit FHI 360’s Career Center at www.fhi360.org/careercenter to register online, and submit CV/resume and cover letter or submit their application Curriculum Vitae (CV)/Resume, Photocopies of Certificates and Names and Addresses of three (3) referees to E mail: tz_recruitment@fhi360.org

FHI 360 is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
 Closing Date: November 24, 2019.

Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Prevention and Linkage Advisor at HJFMRI Tanzania

Job Summary

HJFMRI is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of Prevention and Linkage Advisor

Job Description

Reports to: Director Community Services
Location: Mbeya HQ
Contract: One year, with option(s) to renew

General Overview:
The Prevention and Linkage Advisor will be responsible for overseeing implementation, coordination and management of prevention interventions and ensure improved community-facility levels linkage across all HJFMRI/MHRP supported programs. S/he will also be responsible for organizing and coordinating capacity building activities and provision of technical support related to prevention interventions and linkage activities to Outreach partners, Health facilities and regional/districts HJFMRI/MHRP staff and service providers to ensure high quality, timeliness, and efficiency of prevention intervention deliverables generated and achieved in the HJFMRI/MHRP supported regions at the organizational, facility and community levels. In close consultation with Director Community Services, the Prevention and Linkage Advisor will support designing, planning and implementation of HIV Prevention program intervention components and ensure adherence to PEPFAR, Ministry of Health Community Development Gender and Children (MoHCDGEC) and HJFMRI’s standards of HIV and AIDS Programming.

Roles and Responsibilities:
1. Coordinate the overall implementation and management of the facility and community based combination prevention interventions (behavioral, biomedical and structural)
2. Support the development of integrated, innovative combination prevention interventions strategies and systems for linkages to comprehensive HIV and AIDS services for key and vulnerable population, their sexual partners and biological children
3. Work with HJFMRI/MHRP Medical, Outreach teams and partners to design, plan, implement strategies and strengthen systems and mechanisms for community-facility level linkage of services/activities across all HJFMRI/MHRP supported programs to ensure comprehensive HIV and AIDS services for beneficiaries
4. Support outreach and medical partners on Implementation of the National and PEPFAR/HJFMRI program focus on Prevention interventions such as KVP, MEN Identification Initiative (MJ), Medical Assisted Therapy (MAT) clinic, Pre Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) and VMMC.
5. Organize and coordinate provision of technical assistance (TA) in planning, implementation monitoring and evaluation of prevention and linkage activities undertaken by HJFMRI/MHRP
partners at both community and facility levels
6. Coordinate provision of technical assistance (TA) to Outreach Program Officers (OPOs), District Program Officers (DPOs), Strategic information officers (SIs), HJFMRI’s partners staff and service
providers to ensure high quality combination prevention, referral and linkage services are active, effective and well documented at both facility and community based services in HJFMRI/MHRP
supported regions
7. Ensure compliance and adherence of Ministry of Health Community Development Gender and Children (MoHCDGEC) HIV and AIDS policies, guidelines, Standards and Procedures
8. Develop and maintain good working relationships, networking and collaboration with R/CHMTs, other LGAs, non-governmental organizations, other implementing partners and key stakeholders in supporting implementation of prevention interventions within the Southern Highland Regions
9. Identify, document, consolidate and disseminate knowledge and information regarding best HIV prevention practices, lessons learned, and proven approaches both within and outside of HJFMRI
10. Collect and review prevention program reports from HJFMRI partners on a monthly/quarterly/annual basis and submit to relevant levels
11. Liaise with the M&E Department to ensure that Prevention program components are functional (e.g. clarity of indicators, quality of M&E data collection tools, data quality and reporting)
12. In collaboration with Medical and Outreach teams conduct supportive supervision coaching and mentorships to Outreach Program Officers, District Program Officers, District Strategic Information Officers and partners’ key staff to ensure high quality prevention service delivery and evidence based documentation of referral and linkages
13. Travel within the assigned Regions and districts within or outside the Sothern Highland Zone for the purpose of program management, coordination, supervision, continued service development, implementation and evaluation of service delivery
14. In consultation with Director Community Services, develop annual work plans and budgets; periodic forecast and reports for Prevention activities and ensure integration of program activities into the Outreach Department work plans
15. Perform any other duties assigned in the general support of the program.



Requirements:

  • Degree in Social or Behavioral Science (e.g. Public Health, Counseling, psychology, sociology, Social work, Nursing) or Advanced Diploma in health and/or postgraduate training in Public or Community Development or relevant Discipline;
  • Minimum of 6 years’ experience in managing HIV program, particularly community outreach programs including combination prevention in areas of Behavioral, Biomedical and Structural interventions in clinical and community based settings;
  • Experience in managing donor funded projects;
  • Experience working with NGOs, FBOs/CBOs at the community level;
  • Knowledge of the current developments, focus, targets and best practices in the field of HIV and AIDS, globally and in Tanzania;
  • Good communication skills; diplomatic and culturally sensitive; ability to troubleshoot; ability to work independently and supervise others;
  • Should be able to work under minimum supervision and able to mentor others;
  • Knowledge of proposal development, budgeting and reporting with excellent writing skills;
  • Demonstrable experience in developing health education and training materials a plus;
  • Computer literate (Word, Excel, Internet, PowerPoint)

How to Apply

To be considered, applicants must put the TITLE OF THE JOB in the SUBJECT LINE. CVs should not include any reference to marital status, birthplace, or tribal and/or religious affiliations. Any CVs containing this information will not be considered for employment. Hand delivery applications will not be accepted. Deadline for submission of the application is November 26th 2019. Those who do not meet the minimum requirements as detailed in the job description below will not be considered.

Please manually apply for this job using the details below: Cover letters and resumes should be sent by mail through post/EMS/DHL/ or any reliable courier to the Human Resources and Administration Manager, P.O. Box 6396, Mbeya, or transmitted by email to: recruitment@wrp-t.org.

Facility HIV Testing Services (HTS) Advisor at HJFMRI Tanzania

Job Summary

HJFMRI is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of Facility HIV Testing Services (HTS) Advisor
Job Description

Reports to: Associate Director for Clinical Services
Location: Mbeya HQs
Contract: One year, with option(s) to renew
General Overview:
The HTS Advisor will serve as the primary technical expert and contact person for HJFMRI HIV testing services at clinical services/CTC facilities in the regions of Katavi, Rukwa, Songwe and Mbeya. S/he will facilitate the development, modification, and/or adaptation of appropriate HTS strategies, with the goal of improving clinical facility access to HIV testing services. The HTS Advisor is expected to collaborate across technical areas to strengthen the continuum of response from HIV Testing to Care. The incumbent will be responsible for liaising with Ministry of Health Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MOHCDGEC), local and national organizations, including faith based organizations to facilitate the expansion of HIV Testing Services at the health facility level settings. The HTS Advisor will build the capacity of local partner organizations, health facilities and HJFMRI staff to deliver high-quality HIV Testing Services in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania.
The HTS Advisor will work closely with the Clinical and Community services partners to design strategies and coordinate all HIV Testing Services (HTS) at clinical facilities in the four served regions of the Southern Highlands (Mbeya, Songwe, Rukwa and Katavi).

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Provide technical leadership in the development of approaches and strategies at facilities for the establishment or strengthening of HIV Testing and Services (HTS) strategies and activities;
  • Work closely with other HJFMRI departments and partners to achieve the overall HTS goal of early identification of HIV+ clients and link them successfully to prevention, care, and treatment services
  • Liaise and consult regularly with the relevant authorities, partner organizations, facilities, community leaders and beneficiaries in relation to the planning, design and implementation of HJFMRI and partner HTS activities;
  • Develop integrated, innovative and gender sensitive interventions and health facilities for the provision of comprehensive HIV Testing Services of at high risk and key populations, adolescent girls and young women, youths in and out of school, and the general population;
  • Build the capacity of the partner organizations and government technical staff to deliver high-quality HIV Testing services;
  • Provide on-going support through coaching, supervision visits and mentoring to Clinical partners and facilities as well as HJFMRI staff in implementing HTS activities;
  • Document, consolidate and disseminate knowledge and information regarding best practices, lessons learned, and proven approaches both within and outside of HJFMRI;
  • Ensure quality implementation, achievement of results for activities within the HJFMRI program and within partner projects, and collaborate with other HJFMRI program departments to ensure effective teamwork;
  • Collaborate with partners to develop quality assurance and Improvement mechanisms and ensuresQA and QI are essential components of all HIV Testing Services conform to set requirement and standards;
  • Facilitate and provide overall leadership and sound advice at facilities, and improve post-test referrals for all clients to prevention, care, and treatment services;
  • Develop annual work plans, budgets and reports for HTS activities; and ensure integration of project activities into wider HJFMRI annual plans;
  • Extend technical support to local partners including health facilities in preparing and submitting timely monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports;
  • Travel within the Southern Highlands for the purpose of program management, continued service development, implementation and evaluation of service delivery;
  • Work with the SI Department to ensure that HTS program activities are well documented and reported;
  • Support Senior Management Team especially in identifying areas requiring policy influence and support implementation and development of long term plans
  • Participates in national forums as a member of the HJFMRI Team providing technical expertise in the area of HTS activities ensuring programs are in line with the USG HIV and AIDS in-country strategy;
  • Develops and maintain good working relationships with other partners, governmental and non- governmental, within the five regions;
  • Provides monthly reports to the program leadership and supervisors;
  • Perform any other assignment or duties that may be required to support the general program



Requirements:

  • Medical Doctor (MD) or Degree in Nursing with Postgraduate training in Public Health and/or Counseling, psychology, social work or other HIV and AIDS related discipline.
  • Knowledge and skills in organizing health campaigns including HTC is desirable
  • At least ten years of progressive responsibilities in HIV program management and technical experience in clinic and community based settings, preferably in an outreach context;
  • At least five years of experience with HIV Testing programs;
  • Demonstrable experience in developing health education materials a plus;
  • Knowledge of the current developments and best practices in the field of HIV and AIDS prevention, globally and in Tanzania
  • Proven skills in analysis, communication, networking, advocacy and negotiation.
  • Fluency in English and Kiswahili required.
  • Ability to use standard software computer applications (Word, Power Point, Excel, etc.)
  • Good communication skills; ability to troubleshoot; ability to work independently and supervise others, must be diplomatic and culturally sensitive,
  • 50% travel required

How to Apply

To be considered, applicants must put the TITLE OF THE JOB in the SUBJECT LINE. CVs should not include any reference to marital status, birthplace, or tribal and/or religious affiliations. Any CVs containing this information will not be considered for employment. Hand delivery applications will not be accepted. Deadline for submission of the application is November 26th 2019. Those who do not meet the minimum requirements as detailed in the job description below will not be considered. Please manually apply for this job using the details below: Cover letters and resumes should be sent by mail through post/EMS/DHL/ or any reliable courier to the Human Resources and Administration Manager, P.O. Box 6396, Mbeya, or transmitted by email to: recruitment@wrp-t.org.

 

VMMC/EIMC Advisor at HJFMRI Tanzania

Job Summary
HJFMRI is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of VMMC/EIMC Advisor
Job Description
Reports to: Associate, Director Clinical Services 
Location: Mbeya
Contract: One year, with option(s) to renew
General Overview:
The VMMC Advisor will provide technical leadership in the scale up and implementation of VMMC service in the Southern Highlands regions. He/she serves as a member of the VMMC project leadership team and effectively provides technical leadership in development to annual work plans and budgets to ensure program design and implementation is in line with the program and MOH strategies and service guidelines. S/he will coordinate very closely with the partners and HJFMRI regional technical staff to ensure excellence in technical implementation at targeted sites and during outreach and campaign services. Lead cross-cutting approaches, such as quality assurance and improvement and conducting operations research as needed. She/he directly report to the HJFMRI Medical Director.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide expert technical assistance in all aspects of planning for VMMC/EIMC scale up, including participating in the development of national policies and guidelines, human resources management, site assessment, communications/demand creation, and logistics and commodity procurement.
  • Takes initiatives in demand creation for VMMC services and ensure the expected output corresponds with supply-side efforts to deliver quality services.
  • Technically support partners and HJFMRI regional staffs to scale-up facility-based VMMC/EIMC services in selected hospitals and facilities, through development of work plans, site assessments, training of service providers, and ongoing QA support.
  • Provide leadership, technical support and in-direct supervision to HJFMRI VMMC program officers.
  • Technically monitor the implementation progress and the quality of VMMC/EIMC services and recommend improvements for service delivery in the field.
  • Analyze data and ensure quality program monitoring and evaluation, as well as analysis of lessons learned
  • Review and edit partners’ and HJFMRI VMMC reports, work plans, strategic plans and other VMMC/EIMC program-related documents in a timely manner and provide prompt feedback to for program improvement.
  • Representing HJFMRI in-country VMMC TWG, effectively collaborating to develop VMMC strategies and technical guidelines for VMMC/EIMC services.
  • Serve as a principal technical adviser to the Medical Director and Regional implementation Director on issues related to VMMC services.
  • Serves as a member of the HJFMRI central technical team, and perform any other duties as assigned by the supervisor.
  • Provide mentorship to HJFMRI VMMC staff and facility-based staff as it relates to planning and delivery of quality VMMC services.
  • Promote adherence to national QA standards at each region, participate in, and respond to QA visits in the zone
  • Keep track of lesson learned, sharing those lesson learned to the program and find creative ways toacknowledge excellence and achievements in the zone.


Requirements:

  • A Medical Doctor (MD) with five years or more experience providing technical support to PEPFAR VMMC programs. Postgraduate Degree in Public Health or equivalent will be preferred.
  • Experience providing or organizing adolescent and adult male circumcision (and neo-natal, desirable)
  • Solid programming and technical expertise in HIV programs
  • At least 5 years’ experience managing health programs at a District, regional or national level including planning, designing, budgeting, supervising, evaluating and documenting results;
  • Excellent interpersonal and supervisory skills, inspiring teamwork and motivating staff, consultants and partners to achieve results;
  • Demonstrated experience maintaining donor and partner relations;
  • Ability to work in a complex environment with multiple tasks, short deadlines
  • Excellent written and oral English and Kiswahili skills
  • Demonstrated self-management (i.e. motivation, dealing with pressure, adaptability)
  • Ability and willingness to travel in-country, mostly to the field up to 40% of time.

How to Apply

To be considered, applicants must put the TITLE OF THE JOB in the SUBJECT LINE. CVs should not include any reference to marital status, birthplace, or tribal and/or religious affiliations. Any CVs containing this information will not be considered for employment. Hand delivery applications will not be accepted. Deadline for submission of the application is November 26th 2019. Those who do not meet the minimum requirements as detailed in the job description below will not be considered.

Please manually apply for this job using the details below: Cover letters and resumes should be sent by mail through post/EMS/DHL/ or any reliable courier to the Human Resources and Administration Manager, P.O. Box 6396, Mbeya, or transmitted by email to: recruitment@wrp-t.org.

Regional Outreach Coordinator (ROC) at HJF Medical Research International, Inc.(HJFMRI)

Job Summary

HJFMRI is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of Regional Outreach Coordinator (ROC)

Job Description
Reports to: Regional Technical Coordinator
Dotted line: Associate Director, Community Services
Location: Mbeya
Contract: One year, with option(s) to renew
General Overview:
The Regional Outreach Coordinator (ROC) will be responsible for technical program leadership to ensure quality, timeliness, and efficiency of all program deliverables generated and achieved in the Region. In close consultation with Outreach Director and Program Technical Leads/Advisors, the ROC will manage the design and implementation of HIV and AIDS program components and ensure adherence to PEPFAR, Ministry of Health Community Development Gender and Children (MoHCDGEC) and HJFMRI/MHRP’s standards of HIV and AIDS Programming. The ROC is the focal person for the program design and implementation at the Regional level and will coordinate and ensure high quality program service deliveries. S/he will provide leadership to Outreach
Program Officers (OPOs) in the respective assigned Region. S/he will be responsible for Technical Assistance provision to both Outreach partners and Health facilities in the Region.
Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Coordinate the overall design, implementation and management of the HJFMRI/MHRP’s program activities being implemented by the outreach partners;
  • Provide technical assistance (TA) in planning, implementing and evaluating activities undertaken by Outreach partners in the region;
  • Support the development of integrated, innovative and gender sensitive interventions for the provision of comprehensive HIV and AIDS services for key populations and priority populations and their sexual partners;
  • Provide technical assistance (TA) to Outreach Program Officers (OPOs), District Program Officers (OPO), Strategic information officers (SIs), HJFMRI/MHRP’s partners staff on provision of comprehensive community services; active, effective and well documented referrals for both facility and community based services in the Region;
  • Ensure well alignment and synergies of program activities HIJFMRI/MHRP’s program implementation areas and ensure that there is no overlap of activities among HJFMRI/MHRP’s outreach partners and other HIV and AIDS implementing partners;
  • Ensure compliance and adherence of Ministry of Health Community Development Gender and Children (MoHCDGEC) HIV and AIDS guidelines and policies;
  • Develop and maintain good working relationships with other implementing partners, governmental and non-governmental, within the region;
  • Provide leadership to outreach program officers in the Region and encourage teamwork spirit;
  • Provide ongoing leadership, training and guidance to Outreach Partners’ Program Staff and to ensure HIV programming and implementation meets MoHCDGEC standards;
  • Ensure ongoing training and service delivery activities are monitored, evaluated, documented and disseminated to relevant stakeholders;
  • Identify, document, consolidate and disseminate knowledge and information regarding best practices, lessons learned, and proven approaches both within and outside of HJFMRI;
  • Collect and review program and financial reports from partners on a monthly/quarterly/annual basis and submit it to relevant levels;
  • Liaise with the M&E Department to ensure that outreach program components are functional (e.g. clarity of indicators, quality of M&E data collection tools, data quality and reporting);
  • Conduct supportive supervision to Outreach Program Officers and implementing partners
  • Travel within the assigned Regional and/or Sothern Highlands for the purpose of program management, continued service development, implementation and evaluation of service delivery;
  • Perform any other duties assigned in the general support of the program.

Requirements:
  • Degree in Social Science or Advanced Diploma in health and/or postgraduate training in Public Health or Community Development or relevant Discipline;
  • Minimum of five years’ experience in managing HIV program, particularly community outreach programs including HIV Testing and Counseling, Palliative Care/HBC and IEC/Behavioral Change Communication and OVC support or impact mitigation;
  • Experience in managing donor funded projects;
  • Experience working with NGOs, FBOs/CBOs at the community level;
  • Knowledge of the current developments and best practices in the field of HIV and AIDS, globally and in Tanzania;
  • Good communication skills; diplomatic and culturally sensitive; ability to troubleshoot; ability to work independently and supervise others;
  • Should be able to work under minimum supervision and able to mentor others;
  • Knowledge of proposal development, budgeting and reporting with excellent writing skills;
  • Computer literate (Word, Excel, Internet, PowerPoint)

How to Apply

To be considered, applicants must put the TITLE OF THE JOB in the SUBJECT LINE. CVs should not include any reference to marital status, birthplace, or tribal and/or religious affiliations. Any CVs containing this information will not be considered for employment. Hand delivery applications will not be accepted. Deadline for submission of the application is November 26th 2019. Those who do not meet the minimum requirements as detailed in the job description below will not be considered.

Please manually apply for this job using the details below: Cover letters and resumes should be sent by mail through post/EMS/DHL/ or any reliable courier to the Human Resources and Administration Manager, P.O. Box 6396, Mbeya, or transmitted by email to: recruitment@wrp-t.org.

VMMC/EIMC Program Officer at HJF Medical Research International, Inc.(HJFMRI)

Job Summary

HJFMRI is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of VMMC/EIMC Program Officer

Job Description
Reports to: Regional Clinical Coordinator and VMMC Advisor
Location: Mbeya
Contract: One year, with option(s) to renew
General Overview:
The Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) Program Officer will provide clinical and programmatic field support to the implementation of HJFMRI’s VMMC scale up activities in the
Southern Highlands. The purpose of this position is to provide field based clinical and programmatic support to the CHMT and RHMT in the implementation of quality VMMC services provided through static sites, outreach and campaign services. She/he will ensure VMMC activities implementation conforms to the national guidelines. She/he will also support partners in the development of annual work plans and budgets based on the country strategies and operation plans.
The program officer for VMMC will be part of a clinical team at the HJFMRI regional offices ensuring the implementation of comprehensive HIV/AIDS services. She/he will directly report to the RCC with dotted lines to the HJFMRI VMMC Programme Advisor. The VMMC program officer’s position is based in Mbeya/Rukwa, /Katavi with extensive travels to districts within the region.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist partners in the development of strategic plans, work plans, monthly, quarterly and annual data collection and compilation of reports.
  • Provide technical support, mentoring and supervision to implementing partners on VMMC services and ensuring quality improvement and quality assurance in delivering of services.
  • Assist in organizing and carrying out training programs for health care workers to deliver VMMC services in the regions as well as clinical implementation of VMMC program for HIV prevention.
  • Ensure VMMC services follows: WHO, PERFAR/ HJFMRI and Government of Tanzania protocols, policies and guidelines and are consistent with established best practices
  • Contribute to the attainment of all project targets and milestones associated with the implementation of VMMC services.
  • Assist in identifying priorities for assessment, research and evaluations related to VMMC services.
  • Prepare reports, success stories, technical briefs, draft abstracts for presentations, and updates on the ongoing implementation of VMMC services
  • Collaborate with partners to organize outreach and VMMC campaigns in the region and ensure the providers adhere to quality and standardized practices.
  • Build capacity of health-care providers and ensure they collect, compile and report quality VMMC data, including the use of data for quality improvement.
  • Develop and implement strategies to ensure linkages between VMMC and other facility and community based HIV services.
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the supervisor to ensure the sound functioning of the program.


Education/Experience Requirements:
Medical Degree (MD) with at least two year surgical clinical experience in Tanzania. Assistant Medical Officers with a three years surgical experience and experience working in HIV program may apply.

  • Minimum two years’ experience working in HIV/AIDs programs desired.
  • Ability to work in a complex environment with multiple tasks, short deadlines and intense pressure to perform
  • Working with local government officials and government health facilities is important.
  • Experience with VMMC as an HIV prevention intervention an added advantage
  • Fluency in English and Kiswahili
  • Strong supervisory and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team
  • Experience with U.S. Government-funded programs is desirable.
  • Computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, e-mail, Internet)

How to Apply

To be considered, applicants must put the TITLE OF THE JOB in the SUBJECT LINE. CVs should not include any reference to marital status, birthplace, or tribal and/or religious affiliations. Any CVs containing this information will not be considered for employment. Hand delivery applications will not be accepted. Deadline for submission of the application is November 26th 2019. Those who do not meet the minimum requirements as detailed in the job description below will not be considered.

Please manually apply for this job using the details below: Cover letters and resumes should be sent by mail through post/EMS/DHL/ or any reliable courier to the Human Resources and Administration Manager, P.O. Box 6396, Mbeya, or transmitted by email to: recruitment@wrp-t.org.

HIV Study Physician (AFRICOS) at HJF Medical Research International, Inc.(HJFMRI)

Job Summary

HJFMRI is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of HIV Study Physician (AFRICOS)

Job Description
Reports to: Study Coordinator (AFRICOS)
Location: Mbeya
Contract: One year, with option(s) to renew

Position Overview:
The Walter Reed Program of the Southern Highlands together with the NIMR-Mbeya Medical Research Center (MMRC); the University of Munich and the Mbeya Referral Hospital (MRH), aim to improve treatment and care of HIV infected patients through clinical research tightly integrated into the routine implementation of the national ART Program. Projects conducted in the collaborative setting focus on treatment experienced HIV infected patients, the management of HIV associated diseases such as Cervical Carcinoma and Tuberculosis and program evaluation of the PEPFAR funded ART program in the southern highlands of Tanzania, integrating research activities into the routine patient care, capacity building and infrastructure development. In this context, the collaboration is implementing a study, the African Cohort Study (AFRICOS), a cohort study following up to 500 HIV positive patients on Care at MRH and 100 HIV negative participants over a long period of time.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The candidate will be responsible for preparation and day-to-day clinical implementation of AFRICOS at CTC MRH. This will require close on-site collaboration with the AFRICOS Principal and Clinical Investigators, the AFRICOS Study Coordinator, the Head of the Department of Clinical Research on HIV of the NIMR-MMRC, the WRP Research Director and with the administration of the different partners at the Mbeya Zonal Referral Hospital (MZRH) and Mbeya Regional Referral Hospital (MRRH). He/She will be supporting the collaborative partners in their respective responsibilities including communication with Ethical Committees and Regulatory boards as much as communicating with the AFRICOS Sponsor. The candidate is expected to harmonize AFRICOS with the implementation of other projects of the departments conducted at the study site, as much as the routine clinics of MZRH and MRRH, ensuring integration of AFRICOS into the clinic setting at MZRH and MRRH.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
The main responsibilities of the AFRICOS study Physician will be:
1. Support the Principal Investigator (PI), the WRP Research Director, and the AFRICOS Study Coordinator to ensure that clinical research and related activities of AFRICOS are performed in accordance with federal regulations, partners and sponsoring agency policies and Good Clinical Practice and principles of ethical research and other requirements that apply;
2. Assists the PI and the Study Coordinator in all responsibilities as stipulated by ICH-GCP including development of study document materials and tools necessary to implement and document all phases of the AFRICOS Study, including but not limited to budgets, protocols amendments, training materials, checklists, study logs and IRB submission;
3. Support, coordinate and facilitate all phases of study implementation including but not limited to patient selection, recruitment and Informed Consent Process, Patient enrollment and follow up, clinical management and reporting of Adverse Events and Serious Adverse Events, management of study specific training and study close out;
4. Obtain and Manage the Site investigator file containing essential documents for the study according to ICH- GCP;
5. Deputize for the Study Coordinator in his/her absence to ensure that AFRICOS study activities are going on as required.
6. Other Clinical duties as assigned by the Study P.I. and/or Study Coordinator
Other Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Work with Study Coordinator to develop research concepts from the AFRICOS Study for Research purposes.
2. Prepare presentations of the AFRICOS Clinical Work to share with Program staff.
3. Work with other study staff to contribute to contribute to publications or disseminate research findings using other appropriate methods.
4. Carry out other clinical research activities as guided by the study coordinator.
5. Participate in Program evaluation research activities and provide clinical expertise to Program staff in the field.
6. Analyze study data with the aim of generating progress reports for the study.
7. Support the study coordinator in preparing wire forecasts for AFRICOS study budgets.

Qualifications:
A suitable candidate should:
– Hold of degree in the medical field or comparable qualification, MPH will be an added advantage
– Have at least one year of experience in Clinical Research in Africa as Sub-Investigator.
– Have documented Ethical and GCP training including CITI.
– The person should have some experience in dealing with IRB Approvals, Review of Protocols and conversant with Codes of Ethics of Clinical Research.
– Further formal training in HIV (e.g. counseling, treatment literacy, PMTCT, PITC) is an added advantage.
– Be conversant with Principles of Good Clinical Practice
– Knowledge of English is required 

Personal Skills:
– High degree of commitment
– Developed Communication skills
– Results oriented – ability to meet deadlines with competing priorities.
– Willing to work independently in a multidisciplinary team.

How to Apply

To be considered, applicants must put the TITLE OF THE JOB in the SUBJECT LINE. CVs should not include any reference to marital status, birthplace, or tribal and/or religious affiliations. Any CVs containing this information will not be considered for employment. Hand delivery applications will not be accepted. Deadline for submission of the application is November 26th 2019. Those who do not meet the minimum requirements as detailed in the job description below will not be considered.

Please manually apply for this job using the details below: Cover letters and resumes should be sent by mail through post/EMS/DHL/ or any reliable courier to the Human Resources and Administration Manager, P.O. Box 6396, Mbeya, or transmitted by email to: recruitment@wrp-t.org.

Human Resources Generalist at HJF Medical Research International, Inc.(HJFMRI)

Job Summary

HJFMRI is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of Human Resources Generalist

Job Description

Reports to: Senior Manager, Human Resources
Location: Mbeya
Duration: One year, with option(s) to renew

General Overview:
The Human Resource Specialist is responsible for assisting Senior Manager, Human Resources in ensuring all Human Resources functions within HJFMRI Tanzania are aligning to the demands of having motivated and commited workforce. The incumbent will be responsible in providing assistance to ensure there is a meritocracy in recruitment, developing and devising appropriate training and development plans which are tailored to make staff competent to their roles, ensuring there is effective performance management system in place which supports realization of program (PEPFAR) targets. It also needs him/her having broad knowledge of employee’s movements within organization and well versed with employee’s contracts management and management of employees exit as per Laws governing employment relations in Tanzania. The position needs an individual with an outstanding knowledge on Human Resources operations in international NGO setting.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Support the Senior HR Manager in the management and delivery of the Resource Plan and Organization Structure development.
  • Advises on issues related to labour matters.
  • To represent organization to CMA and labour tribunals.
  • Advises HoDs on best HR practices related with Recruitment, Training and development, Performance Appraisals, Compensation and benefits.
  • To assist supervisor’s in developing Key Performance Indicators ‘KPIs’ for staff.
  • To make sure appraisal process is contributing to the organization performance.
  • Administering onboarding program
  • Managing staff timesheets by making sure staff fills timesheets on time.
  • Plan and support all recruitment needs from job design through selection to on-boarding.
  • To work as HR business partner through providing consultation to HOD on all HR related matters under their Departments.
  • Organize employee forum meetings and undertake actions that arise from these meetings.
  • Handle employee relations issues related to Recruitment, flexible working requests.
  • Deliver trainings to employees on HR policies to build competence.
  • Develop and improve HR systems to meet the Organization needs.
  • Take a leading role in change management including collective consultation where required.
  • Deliver Excellent and regular communications to the employees.
  • Any other ad hoc tasks as requested that underpin the Organizations’ vision and values whilst considering the credibility and reputation of the HR department.
  • To assess and review existing HR polices, processes and systems to ensure organization has up to date guidelines.
  • Assist in providing reference to all staff on HR policies and procedures
  • Assists in the conducting of investigations when employee complaints or concerns are brought forth
  • Advises the Senior HR Manager, about the steps needed to take any disciplinary action against a staff member according to HJFMRI policies and procedures
  • Maintains employee-related databases. Prepares and analyzes reports that are necessary to carry out the functions of the department. Prepares periodic reports for management, as necessary or
  • requested;
  • Assists with the implementation of the Probation period assessments and confirmations.
  • Maintain all employee training records;
  • Request, prepare and issue any HR related letters on behalf of HJFMRI staff i.e. Request any immigration related letters or services on behalf of HJFMRI staff
  • Assist in coordinating and administering compensation and benefits; and
  • Assist in development of a recruitment plan that would lead a well-qualified workforce;
  • Research and develop ways to continually improve the way Human Resources department does business;
  • Work with Senior Manager, Human Resources to review monthly payroll to ensure accuracy; ensure timely Payroll preparations and implementation of all agreed employee compensations including any salary adjustments.
  • Managing Higher Education Students Loan Board repayments

Requirements:

  • University degree in Human Resources / Business Administration/Public Administration.
  • 5 years’ experience in a similar role in International NGO setting.
  • Problems solving abilities
  • Information seeking with analytical thinking
  • Shows flexibility and a good listener
  • Good to advanced knowledge of PC platforms, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel is required.
  • Good oral and written communications with the ability to initiate and draft correspondence
  • English language fluency required

How to Apply

To be considered, applicants must put the TITLE OF THE JOB in the SUBJECT LINE. CVs should not include any reference to marital status, birthplace, or tribal and/or religious affiliations. Any CVs containing this information will not be considered for employment. Hand delivery applications will not be accepted. Deadline for submission of the application is November 26th 2019. Those who do not meet the minimum requirements as detailed in the job description below will not be considered.

Please manually apply for this job using the details below: Cover letters and resumes should be sent by mail through post/EMS/DHL/ or any reliable courier to the Human Resources and Administration Manager, P.O. Box 6396, Mbeya, or transmitted by email to: recruitment@wrp-t.org.

Senior Accountant at HJF Medical Research International, Inc.(HJFMRI)

Job Summary

HJFMRI is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of Senior Accountant 
Job Description

Reports to: Senior Manager, Accounting
Location: Mbeya 
Contract: One year, with option(s) to renew
General Overview
This position is responsible for day to day transactional accounting operations of HJFMRI operations. The Senior Accountant will serve as a point person for accounting and provide supervision, coaching and support to program staff and any other junior accountant in the department. He / She is responsible for ensuring compliance with all applicable accounting policies and procedures, laws and regulations requirement.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide leadership and supervision of other department accountant(s)
  • Ensuring daily accounting activity are executed with the right ethical practices.
  • Perform accounting activities to include financial reports, bank reconciliations, general ledger entries, and other general accounting functions
  • Ensure efficient of the document workflow within the department from the point request is made, approval, final payment and reconciliation.
  • Maintain, monitor accounts and finance helpdesk to ensure issues raised by other staffs are responded and resolved timely.
  • Maintain and reconcile petty cash accounts on a monthly basis to be reviewed by the accounting manager.
  • Maintain strong financial reports in compliance with organizations policies and procedure
  • Responsible for GL entries and accurate recordkeeping to support entries and transactions.
  • Ensures timely monthly and annual accounting close.
  • Resolves accounting issues, concerns, and questions in a timely manner to ensure smooth and efficient program operations and reporting.
  • Provides monthly accounting reports finance and accounting staff for review.
  • Assist in Payroll preparation on monthly basis, payroll reconciliations and resolving all payroll related issues.
  • Reviews vs. prepares monthly reconciliations of all balance sheet accounts
  • Trains project accounting staff on HJFMRI procedures and policies
  • Assist with the preparation of financial reports for US Government, institutional funders and private donors as needed
  • Respond to routine HQ accounting-related inquiries
  • Provides support for internal and external audit support
  • Review the completeness and accuracy of regional office and country office monthly, quarterly and annual financial reports package submissions; resolve related problems and/or provide guidance to Country Offices to resolve them as appropriate
  • Maintain vendor files and related accounting records, such as leases and contracts
  • Manage accounts payables, receivables, payroll, travel advances, and international wires
  • Supports or leads on special projects as needed.
  • Any other responsibilities as assigned by accounting manager, in support of the team.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or related field.
  •  ACCA/CPA (T) is a must
  • Six years minimum accounting and/or auditing experience preferably in a nonprofit or international development environment.
  • 3 years hands on experience with QuickBooks software.
  • 4 years of supervision experience in mid to large accounting department
  • Knowledge of and familiarity with accounting systems/packages
  • Experience managing staff
  • Ability to use good judgment and professionalism; experience in decision-making
  • Excellent analytical skills
  • Excellent Microsoft Excel skills and experience with QuickBooks accounting software
  • Experience with US government regulations a plus
  • Accuracy and attention to detail
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to meet communicated schedules and deadlines
  • Strong skills in internal controls and accounting standards
  • Ability to function effectively both autonomously and on complex/sensitive issues and projects.
  • High level of professionalism, transparency, and integrity in overall production of work product.
  • High standard of written and spoken English

How to Apply

To be considered, applicants must put the TITLE OF THE JOB in the SUBJECT LINE. CVs should not include any reference to marital status, birthplace, or tribal and/or religious affiliations. Any CVs containing this information will not be considered for employment. Hand delivery applications will not be accepted. Deadline for submission of the application is November 26th 2019. Those who do not meet the minimum requirements as detailed in the job description below will not be considered.

Please manually apply for this job using the details below: Cover letters and resumes should be sent by mail through post/EMS/DHL/ or any reliable courier to the Human Resources and Administration Manager, P.O. Box 6396, Mbeya, or transmitted by email to: recruitment@wrp-t.org.

Procurement Specialist: Fixed Assets/Inventory Control at HJF Medical Research International, Inc.(HJFMRI)

Job Summary

HJFMRI is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of Procurement Specialist: Fixed Assets/Inventory Control 
Job Description

Reports to: Senior Manager, Procurement
Location: Mbeya
Contract: One year, with option(s) to renew
General Overview:
This position is created for maintaining effective and efficient performance of fixed assets and inventory control services for the program. The incumbent is responsible for ensuring smooth execution of Fixed Assets/Inventory Control function by maintaining an updated fixed assets register throughout the year, and inventory control management for HJFMRI-Tanzania’s operations.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Implements and enforces fixed asset policy and procedures
  • Maintains inventories/fixed assets custodial records.
  • Enforces proper security of assets, ensuring care, custody, and safe keeping.
  • Work closely with requesting department during inspection of the incoming consignments to ensure that goods received are in accordance with the procured quantities and specifications.
  • Reports in writing all changes in status of fixed assets to the Procurement Director.
  • Monitors inventories/fixed assets and verify that it is maintained in a secure and safe manner.
  • Performs inventories based on inventory schedules provided by Procurement Director, any deviation from this schedule must be submitted to the Procurement Director through written correspondence.
  • Performs property inventories as directed and reports the results to the Procurement Manager
  • Performs inventory of all fixed assets transferring to another location (Regional office or Partner sites).
  • Reports changes in asset status and excess status to the Procurement Director for eventual disposal requests.
  • Responsible for tagging or engraving bar codes to the fixed assets as supplied and directed.
  • Ensure property is only used for official purposes.
  • Reports any property incidence (such as lost or stolen assets) to the Procurement Director and official authorities (i.e. security and police)
  • Ensures hand receipts are signed and filled for all portable electronic devices (laptops, netbook, ipads etc) in accordance to HJFMRI Form 382.
  • Ensure laboratory equipment is decontaminated prior to relocation, donation or disposal of equipment.
  • In collaboration with senior logistics officer and IT Manager tracks the maintenance of program equipment (including vehicles, IT equipment) or leased equipment (if any).
  • Perform any other related duties as assigned by the superiors.
  • Provide response to raised audit queries and implements the audit recommendations without hesitation
  • Work closely with Regional Program Managers, Regional Office Managers, Laboratory admin and stores officer to ensure everything is captured in the register.
  • Prepare and submit monthly fixed assets report to the supervisor
  • Perform any other duty as assigned by supervisor.


Requirements:

  • A minimum of a Bachelor Degree from a recognized institute of higher learning in the field of Procurement and Inventory Management, Inventory Control, Materials Management.
  • A minimum of three years of working experience at similar organization
  • Ability to multi-task and take proper decision and action whenever any difficult situation is experienced.

How to Apply

To be considered, applicants must put the TITLE OF THE JOB in the SUBJECT LINE. CVs should not include any reference to marital status, birthplace, or tribal and/or religious affiliations. Any CVs containing this information will not be considered for employment. Hand delivery applications will not be accepted. Deadline for submission of the application is November 26th 2019. Those who do not meet the minimum requirements as detailed in the job description below will not be considered.

Please manually apply for this job using the details below: Cover letters and resumes should be sent by mail through post/EMS/DHL/ or any reliable courier to the Human Resources and Administration Manager, P.O. Box 6396, Mbeya, or transmitted by email to: recruitment@wrp-t.org.

Procurement Specialist x2 at HJF Medical Research International, Inc.(HJFMRI)

Job Summary

HJFMRI is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of Procurement Specialist (2 Positions) 
Job Description

Reports to: Senior Manager, Procurement
Location: Mbeya HQ Office 
Contract: One year, with option(s) to renew
General Overview
The procurement specialist is responsible for assisting Procurement Manager in managing the flow of procurement activity to implement the HJFMRI HIV and TPDF Programs in the country. To ensure that supply chain needs of an organization are met in timely and cost effective manner. Procurement specialist analyses costs, negotiate contract details, offer strategies and solution to help organization better manage costs on supplies and vendor services. Develop relationships with vendors, internal customers and Save money across the organization by improving process efficiency, Prevent and detect lack of process compliance and fraud through a reinforced controls environment.

Primary Duties or Key responsibilities:

  • Develop procurement plan and manage its execution
  • Perform vendor/suppliers pre-qualifications process including vendor’s due diligence and maintain a pool of competent, reliable service providers
  • Research potential vendors
  • Compare and evaluate offers from vendors/suppliers
  • Negotiate contract terms of agreement and pricing
  • To manage procurement contract with vendors to ensure best prices and value for money
  • Track orders and ensure timely delivery
  • Review quality of purchased products
  • Enter order details(eg. vendors, quantities, prices)into international databases
  • Maintain update records of purchased Products, delivery information and invoices
  • Receiving and analyzing purchase requests from user departments in Mbeya, Dar and Regional offices to determine the appropriate method of procurement i.e. quotation, tender and RFP and forward them to senior management for approval.
  • Liaise with technical team to establish technical specifications of items for supplies to be ordered and sometimes provides assistance to user departments, when required for the same.
  • Sourcing quotes, tenders from potential and preferred vendors
  • Issue addendum to quotations, tenders and proposals as required
  • Process purchase orders for TPDF and HIV programs requests
  • Follow up with vendors and expedite where necessary to ensure timely delivery of requested goods/consignment
  • Verification of the documents received from vendors for authenticity and accuracy before payment processing
  • Prepare payments requests with fully documentation and forward them to Finance for further processing to vendors
  • Process and follow up advertisement of program positions and RFPs/ITBs
  • Inform vendors to collect payment checks as soon as they are ready
  • Maintain an up-to-date knowledge of the supply market for all HJFMRI-T supplies and services
  • Manage constructive business relationship with suppliers and other supply chain stakeholders
  • Manage supply risk by anticipating demand, review supply market and developing supplier’s contingency plan
  • Perform costs benefit analysis on procurement of equipment versus leasing option and provide proper advice to procurement manager on economic model to adopt.
  • Negotiate best deals with the vendors for program costs control and cost management
  • Perform supplier performance appraisal in order to maintain best performance and delist nonperformance vendors
  • Process /file Tax exception/reimbursement with relevant authorities including VAT and import duties for imported goods and local supplies
  • Prepare weekly reports and any other highlights as may be requested
  • Perform other related duties and responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time by supervisor.


Requirements:

  • A minimum of a Bachelor Degree in the field of Procurement and Supply Chain Management.
  • CIPS or PSPTB preferred.
  • Minimum of three years working in similar organization.
  • Must be of high integrity.
  • Possess good report writing skills.
  • Ability to provide, technical advice to management.
  • Excellent computer skills in Microsoft office programs and ability to employ computerized systems to schedule work.
  • Capable of exercising good and individual judgments
  • Possess good organization and planning skills
  • Insightful, organized, diligent, analytical, ability to produce results, trustworthy, assertive.
  • Ability to take initiative and work under pressure with limited supervision.

How to Apply

To be considered, applicants must put the TITLE OF THE JOB in the SUBJECT LINE. CVs should not include any reference to marital status, birthplace, or tribal and/or religious affiliations. Any CVs containing this information will not be considered for employment. Hand delivery applications will not be accepted. Deadline for submission of the application is November 26th 2019. Those who do not meet the minimum requirements as detailed in the job description below will not be considered.

Please manually apply for this job using the details below: Cover letters and resumes should be sent by mail through post/EMS/DHL/ or any reliable courier to the Human Resources and Administration Manager, P.O. Box 6396, Mbeya, or transmitted by email to: recruitment@wrp-t.org.

Sales Manager at Kilifair Promotion Company Ltd

KILIFAIR Promotion Co. Ltd
Location: Arusha & Moshi
Job Summary
KILIFAIR is organizing KARIBU-KILIFAIR – East Africa’s largest Tourism, as well as other Tourism & Music events in Tanzania and beyond. With KILITENTS we are also renting professional event equipment, sound & stage for big events. Our company features an international team, managed by a German and a Tanzanian Director. Office and warehouse facilities are located in Moshi / Kilimanjaro. Kilifair Promotion Company Ltd is offering the position of a Sales Manager to a motivated, qualified and experienced Tanzanian citizen who is ready to achieve new goals for the company and himself.
Job Description
Requested Qualifications:
• Degree in Business Management / Sales / Marketing
• Team leading & sales skills for at least 4 years in sales department
• Experience in creating sales & Marketing campaigns for the sales team.
• Experience in Sales & Marketing at Trade fairs/expos (Tourism sector preferred)
• Experience in Company & Product presentations via MS-Power Point
• Establishing new customers by personal visits – or phone acquisition
• Recognizing customer needs and problems and report to management
• Increasing our customer base & sales figures
• Advanced knowledge in MS Word, Excel and Power Point
• English and Kiswahili fluently – in word & writing
• Driver license and driving experience required

How to Apply

Please submit your application with your personal set of introduction letter & inspiring CV to the Human Resource Manager of Kilifair Promotion Co. Ltd before November 30th, 2019.

KILIFAIR Promotion Co. Ltd Attn: Mrs. Victoria Maro P.O. Box 8545 / Sekou Toure Way Moshi / Tanzania Contact: accounts@kilifair.com / 0767-477564 www.kilifair.com

Motor Vehicle Mechanics Cum Driver x2 at Tanroads

The regional Manager’s office TANROADS -Kigoma, on behalf of the Chief Executive TANROADS, intends to recruit suitably qualified and competent Tanzanians to fill the following vacancies on specific duties within the regional on renewable contract terms.
Successful applicants must be ready to work on assigned office work accordingly
Only successful applicants will be notified to attend the interview at their own cost at Kigoma town.

JOB TITLE: MOTOR VEHICLE MECHANICS CUM DRIVER (TWO) 2 POST
KEY QUALIFICATIONS
Holder of form IV Certificate
Trade test grade one from VETA or CBET/CBA Level III in Motor Vehicle mechanics
Driving licence class D
At least five years working experience on similar assignment.
Must be Tanzanian citizen
Age limit not above 40
Must be computer literate.
Fluent in both Swahili and English
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Carry out repairs and maintenance of vehicles according to mechanical workshop standard and procedure.
Carry out cleanliness of working tools/ equipment and workshop premises.
Open and maintain job cards for mechanical works records.

How to Apply

All interested applicants are invited to apply and submit their application letters to the under- mentioned address not later than 28th November 2019 with their complete CVs, certified copies of all academic and professional certificates, name of three referees including former employer if any, applicant contact telephone number and postal address. Overqualified applicants will not be considered. Deadline for submission is 28th November 2019 at 16:00 Hrs

APPLICATION LETTERS SHOULD BE POSTED TO THE FOLLOWING ADDRESS REGIONAL MANAGER TANROADS P.O. BOX 97 KIGOMA (KASULU ROAD UJENZI YARD) E-mail: rm-kigoma@tanroads.go.tz

Procurement Officer at The Eastern and Southern African Management Institute (ESAMI)

The Eastern and Southern African Management Institute (ESAMI) seeks the services of a suitably qualified person to fill the post of Procurement Officer, at its Headquarters in Arusha, Tanzania.
Duties and Responsibilities
  • Preparation of quotations, tenders and proposals in accordance with the Procurement Policy;
  • Analyzing the purchase request from the user departments and determine the appropriate method of procurement;
  • Providing assistance to user departments, when required, in the preparation of specifications, etc.;
  • Coordinate the preparation of tire procurement documents, utilizing soimd sustainable procurement practices, while adhering to corporate policies and prior to issuing the public tender;
  • Issue addendums to quotations, Tenders and Proposals, as required;
  • Attend openings of tenders, proposals and quotations;
  • Conduct an in-depth analysis of all bids received in response to each Tender, Proposal and Quotation to identify the response that best meets tire needs of the user department and is consistent with the terms and conditions of the Institute’s procurement policy;
  • Involvement in preparation of contracts and tender awards that may be confidential or sensitive information related to property or personnel, or legal implications;
  • Prepare contract with vendor and maintain contract after award, ensuring that all documents are kept current and complete. Confer with suppliers regarding delivery, quality, etc. to ensure that the requirements are met;
  • Contribute to tire development and formulation of purchasing procedures and practices as required;
  • Reviewing prices and product specifications from various supplies to determine which would provide the best deal;
  • Verifying bills against order before forwarding for authorization and for payment;
  • Any other duties as may be assigned.
Qualifications:
Master’s degree in Business Administration or with training in Purchasing or equivalent qualification with five (5) years relevant experience

How to Apply

Applications together with detailed CV, copies of certificates and testimonials, and three (3) referees should be addressed and emailed to: The Director General ESAMI P.O. BOX 3030 Arusha, Tanzania Email: esamicommunication@esami-africa.org Closing Date – Applications should be received within one month from the date of the Advertisement. Deadline will be 19th December, 2019.

ICT Officer at The Eastern and Southern African Management Institute (ESAMI)

ESAMI seeks the services of a suitably qualified person to fill the post of ICT Officer at its Headquarters in Arusha, Tanzania.

Duties and Responsibilities
The position has the prime responsibility of coordinating and providing ICT technical support services through effective design, development and implementation of Information and communication systems, and upholding the integrity of all operating systems and servers for the seamless operation of the Institute through;

  • Managing and providing administrative technical support services for the institute’s server Hardware and Software systems and related ICT infrastructure;
  • Pro-actively administrate the Institute’s network security of server systems, messaging, firewalls and hosted systems against any kind of threats which can destroy the data through maintenance of disaster recover)’ preparedness for systems and critical data relate to database and mapping solutions;
  • Maintain ICT systems and provide technical software, hardware and network problem resolution to computer users in line with defined systems procedures and ICT Policy;
  • Design, Implement and maintain security measures and anti-virus updates and backup procedures to protect the Institute’s ICT resources for appropriate connectivity for its network, communication and other needs;
  • Designing, developing and maintaining the ESAMI website operations, provide internet support, allocate user rights and ensure security of ICT systems;
  • Coordinate services, repairs and maintenance of Computers, printers, serves, LAN infrastructure, website, applications of database and other related equipment’s;
  • Provide technical support on software development matters, including security, data integrity and recover)’, data analysis, trouble shooting and problem solving for Computer and ICT systems related problems;
  • Participating in facilitation and administration of training, research and consultancies;
  • Contribute to the promotion of professional activities aimed at marketing the services of the Institute and promotion of a favourable corporate image of ESAMI;
  • Initiating, designing, developing and deliver)’ of academic programme content (curricula) for ICT programmes;
  • Keep abreast with current technology changes, application systems, development trends especially in networking infrastructure and new wireless networking trends to optimize the performance of remote access;
  • Perform any other duties as may be assigned

Qualifications and experience
Master’s degree in Computer Science, Information and Communication Technology or other ICT related field from a reputable Institution. Possession of professional ICT qualifications such as Oracle development and system administration, Microsoft certified IT Professional (MCITP), Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), CISA, CISMand knowledge of CAATS, 1FMIS will be an added advantage; five (5) years proven experience in teaching/management training institution

How to Apply

Applications together with detailed CV, copies of certificates and testimonials, and three (3) referees should be addressed and emailed to: The Director General ESAMI P.O. BOX 3030 Arusha, Tanzania Email: esamicommunication@esami-africa.org Closing Date – Applications should be received within one month from the date of the Advertisement. Deadline will be 19th December, 2019.

Associate Director; Clinical Services, Southern Highlands Program at HJF Medical Research International, Inc. (HJFMRI)

Job Summary
HJFMRI is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of Associate Director; Clinical Services, Southern Highlands Program
Reports to: The Chief of Party/Program Director, Southern Highlands Program 
Location: Mbeya, with 30-40% travel within Tanzania
Contract: One year, with option(s) to renew.
ABOUT US
Henry Jackson Foundation Medical Research International (HJFMRI) is an international non-governmental research organization working in several countries providing care and treatment to people affected by HIV/AIDS and has been actively involved in HIV and AIDS programming for over 30 years. HJFMRI implements PEPFAR-funded HIV prevention, care, and treatment activities in the Southern Highlands Zone, providing resources, personnel, and services to the Zone. The program has expanded from supporting the Mbeya Zonal Referral Hospital to becoming a hub for anti-retroviral treatment in the Southern Highlands Zone; to community support through decentralized services, with the overall objective of implementing research, clinical HIV, prevention, care, and treatment services in Mbeya, Rukwa, Katavi, Ruvuma, and Songwe regions in the Zone.

General Overview:
Based at the HJFMRI-T Mbeya Headquarters, the Director Clinical Services will serve as the technical lead for facility-based HIV care, treatment, and prevention activities and interventions for the Southern Highlands program. The incumbent will be responsible for development of strategies and actionable plans for effective implementation of the best evidence-based practices aimed at identification of HIV infected individuals, enrolling them into clinical care for initiation, and retaining them on treatment. The position requires deep knowledge of HIV/AIDS medicine and related public health approaches of HIV epidemic management and control.


Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Serve as the main technical point of contact for all clinical interventions of the HJFMRI comprehensive HIV/AIDS services in the southern highlands zone.
  • Work closely with MoHCDGEC, Regional and Local government authorities in health facilities in the Southern highlands, to direct HJFMRI medical staff in the implementation and management of all clinical aspects of a comprehensive HIV/AIDS care, treatment, and support program for adults and children.
  • Plan, implement, and monitor HIV/AIDS services delivery interventions in accordance with USG-PEPFAR and URT MoHCDGEC-NACP guidelines, including PMTCT, pediatric HIV programs, TB/HIV,
  • VMMC & EIMC at each level of the region and district, in collaboration with Mbeya Zonal Referral Hospital, and Regional and District Medical Offices in HJFMRI-supported regions of the Southern
  • Highlands.
  • Develop and maintain good working relationships with other partners, governmental and non-governmental organizations, and stakeholders in HIV/AIDS services delivery in Tanzania.
  • Oversee the provision of care to all HIV/AIDS-positive individuals in all supported regions in collaboration with RMOs in the four regions, including the creation of partner annual budgets and Scopes of Work.
  • Provide technical oversight including supervision and training to healthcare workers involved in HID/AIDS services delivery in the served regions in accordance with PEPFAR and the National AIDS Control Program (NACP) approved method of HIV/AIDS care.
  • Represent HJFMRI in partners and collaborators in technical consultative meetings in the area of HIV/AIDS care and treatment including participation in relevant national technical working groups.
  • Lead, supervise, and evaluate a team of clinical specialists in various technical areas of HIV/AIDS care, treatment, and prevention who provide technical assistance to service providers at facilities in the served regions.
  • Develop and implement strategies for generation, collection, analysis and reporting of technical information including service delivery performance summaries, financial and expenditure reports and any other relevant data in his/her area of work in accordance with USG-PEPFAR and NACP requirements.
  • Work in collaboration with other directors and technical leads to develop joint annual, quarterly and monthly plans and budgets for successful implementation of HIV/AIDS care, treatment and prevention services in the served regions.
  • Develop and implement strategies to ensure the quality of clinical services at facilities is of the required standards for HIV/AIDS care and treatment. And devise mechanisms to monitor and report on quality of clinical services.
  • Identify areas of improvement in clinical service delivery and design interventions for corrective actions.
  • Ensure HJFMRI-T work is performed with integrity and diligence
  • Perform any other relevant duties and responsibilities assigned by the supervisor
Requirements:
  • Medical Doctor with completed training and a minimum seven years’ experience in HIV/AIDS clinical care and treatment
  • A Master’s degree in Public Health is a must.
  • At least 8 years working experience in Program/ HIV implementation with PEPFAR programs in Africa at a senior technical level.
  • Demonstrable experience of successful leadership of similar or related program area in Africa.
  • High level of motivation, technical knowledge and creativity in various aspects of program management.
  • Ability to represent the organization at high-level meetings and present data to a wide variety of stakeholders
  • Excellent organization and communication skills
  • Fluent in oral and written English and Kiswahili.

How to Apply

To be considered, applicants must put the TITLE OF THE JOB in the SUBJECT LINE. CVs should not include any reference to marital status, birthplace, or tribal and/or religious affiliations. Any CVs containing this information will not be considered for employment. Hand delivery applications will not be accepted. Deadline for submission of the application is November 26th 2019. Those who do not meet the minimum requirements as detailed in the job description below will not be considered.

Please manually apply for this job using the details below: Cover letters and resumes should be sent by mail through post/EMS/DHL/ or any reliable courier to the Human Resources and Administration Manager, P.O. Box 6396, Mbeya, or transmitted by email to: recruitment@wrp-t.org.

Associate Director, Community Services at HJF Medical Research International, Inc. (HJFMRI)

Job Summary

HJFMRI is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of Associate Director, Community Services

Job Description
Reports to: Chief of Party and Program Director
Location: Mbeya
Duration: One year, with option(s) to renew
Position Overview:
The Associate Director, Community Services will serve as the overall team leader for the Community Services team and primary contact person for Henry Jackson Medical Research International (HJFMRI) community services. S/he is responsible for the overall management of all the community based programming components supporting HIV related services under the HJFMRI/MHRP Southern Highlands HIV Program, Tanzania. Services include but not limited to Community Based HIV and AIDS Services (CBHS), Gender Based Violence (GBV), Community HIV Testing Services (HTS), HIV prevention services, Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) and Determined-Resilient- Empowered- AIDS-Free- Mentored-and Safe (DREAMS) interventions and other related initiatives. The incumbent will be responsible for liaising with Ministry of Health Community Development, Gender Elderly and Children (MoHCDGEC), President Office Regional Administration and Local Government (PORALG), local and national organizations, including faith based organizations to facilitate the provision of quality services at the health facility level and in the community settings. The Director Community Services will build the capacity of local partner organizations and MHRP/HJFMRI staff to deliver high-quality services in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania.
S/he will also promote effective linkages across HJFMRI/MHRP program supported areas, and provide strategic and technical leadership to a diverse team of professional staff. In collaboration with other HJFMRI/MHRP program teams and partners, S/he will ensure that there are strong retention measures for those clients enrolled into the program, identification of all lost to follow up clients (LTFUs), sharing the LFTUs list with community and facility stakeholders, including CBHS teams and Expert Clients to facilitate tracking of LTFUs and bring them back to the program, those found alive; facilitate strategies for conducting effective adherence counseling in order to ensure strong retention of enrolled clients to the program.
S/he will lead interventions targeting key and vulnerable populations including but not limited to Adolescent and Young Adults (AYAs), at high risk men (Men how have sex with other men, long truck drivers, fishermen, miners, etc.), Female Sex workers, and People Who Use Drugs including Drug Injectors in order to control HIV and AIDS epidemic in HJFMRI Regions of Coverage (Mbeya, Songwe,Rukwa and Katavi Regions) With a special focus in HIV hotspots and in high volume facilities.
S/he will serve as the primary technical expert and contact person for HJFMRI/MHRP’s Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDS-Free, Mentored, and Safe (DREAMS) for adolescent girls and young women (AGYWs) and GBV interventions in HJFMRI/MHRP areas of coverage. This will include provision of comprehensive services to GBV and ensuring HIV Testing services are offered and those found positive are physically connected to Care and Treatment Centers for Continuum of services. This will include coordination and liaising with Other DREAMS and GBV USG Tanzania IPs working in Southern Highlands of Tanzania.

S/he will work with the HJFMRI/MHRP program teams to initiate and design new initiatives focusing on identification, linkages and retention of HIV positive clients into care and treatment services so as to control the HIV epidemic and achieve Government and PEPFAR goals of AIDS free generation. The initiatives include but not limited to Men Identification and enrolment into care and treatment services (Men’s initiative – Mwanaume Jitambue), Medically Assisted Therapy (MAT) clinic, Scale UP implementation of Girl Roster and Vulnerability Index Tools, PrEP and HIV – Self testing, Attachment of Community Service providers in Health Facilities and HIV positive identification and linkages among key and vulnerable populations.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Access capabilities of local civil society organizations (community based, non-governmental and faith based) within the Southern Highlands, identifying those who will participate under the HJFMRI/MHRP Southern Highlands HIV Program either through direct funding and / or provision of technical assistance.
  • Work with in-country partners in designing, implementing and monitoring a strategic plan for the expansion of HIV community focused services in the Southern Highlands in line with the Tanzania Government bodies and Ministry of Health Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MoHCDGEC) and President Office Regional Administration and Local Government (PORALG) directives.
  • Coordinate service expansion and implementation with other aspects of the HJFMRI/MHRP Southern Highlands HIV Program as well as other USG and bilateral donors/partners active in the region, ensuring development of a comprehensive intervention program.
  • Lead the planning of program activities and set high quality performance targets ensuring adherence to technical standards, best practices and PEPFAR and Government of Tanzania (GOT) guidelines.
  • Provide guidance and technical support to partners in developing work plans; track progress on work plans; provide recommendations on challenges that arise during implementation.
  • Use appropriate program management tools to plan, review and track progress on program implementation as well as on the utilization of program resources.
  • Facilitate the development of organizational partners and their staff through provision of resources and technical assistance.
  • Assist partners in capacity building by establishing structures, tools and mechanisms to improve services including enhanced data collection and physical accounting and analysis and application of findings towards program planning.
  • Travel within the Southern Highlands for the purpose of program management, continued service development, implementation and evaluation of service delivery.
  • Work with partners to ensure collection of quality data within relevant areas of funding and the reporting of the data for semi-annual and annual submissions.
  • Participate as a member of the HIV USG Tanzania Team providing technical expertise in the area of CBHS, GBV, DREAMS, OVC, Prevention and HIV testing services to ensure programs are in line with the USG HIV/AIDS in-country strategy.
  • Assist in-country partners, Senior Technical and the Executive Director of HJFMRI/MHRP Program Tanzania in submission of annual funding requests for the continued support of prevention, care and treatment activities.
  • Identify and solicit funding from other sources as needed.
  • Initiate and design new initiatives that focus on HIV epidemic control
  • Facilitate and lead the roll out of PrEP and HIV self-testing interventions
  • Facilitate and lead the roll out of Mwanaume Jitambue (MJ) Men’s initiative in Mbeya, Rukwa, Songwe and Katavi Regions
  • Oversee the attachment of Community service providers in high volume health facilities to facilitate linkage and enrolment of HIV positive clients into care and treatment services
  • Provide leadership in provision of MAT services
  • Provide collaborative assistance to other research sites that require the incumbent’s expertise.
  • Prepare funding documents and written reports.
  • Develop and maintain good working relationships with other partners, government and non- governmental organizations within the five regions.
  • Incumbent will be expected to travel frequently within Tanzania.
  • Position may require working evening and weekends; will include working with groups focusing on various aspects of HIV prevention and care and treatment; will require working with various
  • faith/church groups.
  • The incumbent will be required to lead Community Services team and encourage teamwork spirit
  • Provide technical assistance to other HJFMRI/MHRP programs including medical, lab and M&E as needed.
  • Provide on-going support through coaching and mentoring, supervision visits and mentoring to partner organizations and HJFMRI/MHRP staff in implementing activities;
  • Perform any other assignment or duties that may be required to support the general program.

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in Public Health is a must;
  • Bachelor’s degree in MD, Nursing, sociology, psychology, social work, or a related field;
  • At least eight (8) years of relevant Community Services experience related to one or more in the following areas: Community Based HIV and AIDS Services (CBHS), Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) Services, HIV Testing and prevention services;
  • Experience in working with PEPFAR funded programs is must;
  • Thorough knowledge and experience in Community Based Programs for HIV prevention and supportive care;
  • Program management experience and training in international settings, in particular, within a developing country situation;
  • Ability to troubleshoot, work independently and supervise others;
  • Must be diplomatic and culturally sensitive, with excellent communication skills;
  • Effective communications skills and the ability to and enthusiasm for connecting with people from a variety of different backgrounds;
  • Excellent presentation, writing, and instructional skills;
  • A high level of integrity, professionalism, and a creative, responsive style with strong attention to detail and follow through, and the ability to work independently and as a team player;
  • Ability to manage multiple projects.

How to Apply

To be considered, applicants must put the TITLE OF THE JOB in the SUBJECT LINE. CVs should not include any reference to marital status, birthplace, or tribal and/or religious affiliations. Any CVs containing this information will not be considered for employment. Hand delivery applications will not be accepted. Deadline for submission of the application is November 26th 2019. Those who do not meet the minimum requirements as detailed in the job description below will not be considered.

Please manually apply for this job using the details below: Cover letters and resumes should be sent by mail through post/EMS/DHL/ or any reliable courier to the Human Resources and Administration Manager, P.O. Box 6396, Mbeya, or transmitted by email to: recruitment@wrp-t.org.

PMTCT & Pediatrics Technical Advisor at HJF Medical Research International, Inc. (HJFMRI)

Job Summary

HJFMRI is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of PMTCT & Pediatrics Technical Advisor

Job Description
Reports to: Associate Director for Clinical Services
Location: Mbeya
Contract: One year, with option(s) to renew
General Overview:
The purpose of this position is to provide technical programmatic and clinical advice and direction in the implementation and scaling-up comprehensive Maternal and Child health services in HIV including Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV (PMTCT) in the Southern Highland zone.
The Pediatrics and PMTCT Advisor will be part of a team of experts whose areas of work will include: scaling up of PMTCT and pediatrics services including PITC, ART and Early Infant Diagnosis (EID). She/he will be a technical lead on the PMTCT and pediatric and will strategically provide directions to roll-out, implementation and monitoring of all interventions pertaining these programs. The Advisor will directly work with Adult and Pediatric Programs as well as community organizations to ensure linkage across the continuum of care.
The PMTCT & pediatrics Advisor will be based in Mbeya with frequent travel to Rukwa, Katavi, and Mbeya regions and with limited travels to Dar es Salaam. She/he will report to the Associate Director for Clinical services.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provide technical advice to the medical director, the program and HJFMRI regional teams, and RHMT/CHMTS on HIV Maternal and Child health services including PMTCT and EID if HIV in the Southern Highlands regions.
  • Coordinates the components of management of Pediatric HIV with in the program in the zone
  • Supervise and support a team of Regional Pediatric and PMTCT officers in effectively implementing of comprehensive HIV Maternal Child Health services at regional level.
  • Coordinates the planning, initiation and implementation of Early Infant Diagnosis program and integration of Early Infant Diagnosis with HIV Pediatric Care and Treatment program including PMTCT
  • Provide technical support to implementing partners in planning, budgeting and supervision for pediatric HIV and Care and PMTCT activities
  • Responsible for the design, implementation, coordination, and evaluation and a broad range of agency-funded Pediatrics and PMTCT program activities , initiatives and studies required to implement the President’s Emergency Plan for aids Relief (PEPFAR) in the zone
  • To assist in program monitoring and evaluation in PMTCT and Pediatrics HIV care and treatment
  • With Regional Health Management teams (RHMT), Council Health Management Teams (CHMT) and Hospital Management Teams (HMT), design and implement innovative strategies for improving the quality of PMTCT and Pediatric HIV including EID services
  • Provide technical support in the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of PMTCT and Pediatrics program.
  • Support HJFMRI regional teams to build capacity of Clinical and Community partners to deliver quality PMTCT and Pediatrics services in the Southern Highlands.
  • Conduct quarterly supportive supervision to build capacity of the HJFMRI staff, RHMT, CHMT, and facility based health-care workers for the delivery of quality PMTCT and Pediatric packages.
  • Ensure service guidelines and protocols, SOP, and Job Aids are available, properly and constantly used by the health care providers at the facility level
  • Provide technical support to ensure accurate PMTCT and Pediatrics program data are well captured, compiled and reported timely according to reporting schedules.
  • Monthly review program data, analyze, provide interpretation, acknowledge best practices and provide recommendations for service improvement.
  • Establish and maintain a strong relationship with Regional MOH and District Health entities, and Faith – based organizations responsible for implementing the national PMTCT and Pediatrics program.
  • Technically support the program in development of the program procedures, systems and referral mechanisms
  • Assist in the development of community linkages and support groups for HIV positive mothers and their families to ensure a network of quality care.
  • Develop strategies to strengthen Mother-Infant pair (HEI) follow up at least until weaning period, EID services and enrollment of HIV positive infants on ART.
  • Write regular program reports as required.
  • Undertakes periodic review of implementation and operation of monitoring and reporting mechanism (SAPR and APR); including preparation of best practices and lessons learned.
  • Participate in the Zonal RCH meetings to strengthen the integration of Pediatric HIV care and EID services in the zone and ensure services are linked with the National goals.
  • Effectively represent HJFMRI in National/USG HIV TWG and Forum as it relates to PMTCT services.
  • Perform any other related duty as assigned by the supervisor.


Requirements:

  • MD with Masters in Public Health (MPH) or similar degree and with a minimum of five years’ experience in providing technical support on PMTCT and Pediatrics services.
  • Experience with Pediatric HIV programming and/or RCH services
  • Experience working with PEPFAR funded programs.
  • Proven interpersonal skills and with ability to work effectively as a member of a team or independently
  • Ability to deal effectively and diplomatically with multiple government agencies, non-governmental organizations, faith-based organizations, and the private sector
  • Strong supervisory and management skills
  • Proven verbal and written communication skills including a demonstrated ability to write technical documents and give state-of-the-art presentations
  • Willingness to travel in Southern highlands up to 40% of the time
  • Fluency in Kiswahili and English.

How to Apply

To be considered, applicants must put the TITLE OF THE JOB in the SUBJECT LINE. CVs should not include any reference to marital status, birthplace, or tribal and/or religious affiliations. Any CVs containing this information will not be considered for employment. Hand delivery applications will not be accepted. Deadline for submission of the application is November 26th 2019. Those who do not meet the minimum requirements as detailed in the job description below will not be considered.

Please manually apply for this job using the details below: Cover letters and resumes should be sent by mail through post/EMS/DHL/ or any reliable courier to the Human Resources and Administration Manager, P.O. Box 6396, Mbeya, or transmitted by email to: recruitment@wrp-t.org.

New Job at Plan International, Country Transformation Manager | Deadline: 02nd December, 2019

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Jobs in Tanzania 2019: New Job Opportunities at CRDB Bank Plc 2019

AJIRA TANZANIA 2019 / NAFASI ZA KAZI 2019

Position: Country Transformation Manager 
The Organization
Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls.
We believe in the power and potential of every child. But this is often suppressed by poverty, violence, exclusion and discrimination. And it’s girls who are most affected.
Working together with children, young people, our supporters and partners, we strive for a just world, tackling the root causes of the challenges facing girls and all vulnerable children.
We support children’s rights from birth until they reach adulthood. And we enable children to prepare for – and respond to – crises and adversity. We drive changes in practice and policy at local, national and global levels using our reach, experience and knowledge.
We have been building powerful partnerships for children for over 80 years, and are now active in more than 70 countries.
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Tanzania
Plan’s programme in Tanzania was established in 2001 and is currently being implemented in 13 regions of Tanzania. With over 250 national staff and 8 sub-offices throughout the country, our programmes comprise both structural development work as well as humanitarian interventions, focussing mainly on child protection, education, WASH, SRHR, youth economic empowerment, and refugee humanitarian response. Across all our programmes, we strive for a gender transformative approach and to increasingly work with and through local partners. Plan International Tanzania’s five year Country Strategy currently ends in June 2020, this is being extended to June 2022.

Zambia
Plan’s programme in Zambia was established in 1996 and is currently being implemented in 4 regions of Zambia. With over 130 national staff and 3 sub-offices throughout the country, our programmes comprise both structural development work as well as humanitarian interventions, focussing mainly on child protection, education, WASH, SRHR, youth economic empowerment, and refugee humanitarian response. Across all our programmes, we strive for a gender transformative approach and to increasingly work with and through local partners.
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MODE OF APPLICATION: APPLY ONLINE
Transformation
Plan International’s global strategy, 100 Million Reasons (2017-22) defines Plan International as a progressive international NGO committed to addressing fundamental changes in the countries in which we work, and globally, that advance children’s rights and gender equality.  The strategy takes its name from our ambition to take action so that together we can work with 100 million girls to learn, lead, decide and thrive.  The strategy is ambitious, results focussed and focussed on change. In view of this, Plan International offices are embarking on a structured transformation and change journey.  This will commence in Plan International’s offices in Tanzania and Zambia in 2020.

Plan’s offices in Tanzania and Zambia have worked in partnership for several years, primarily in child protection programming with a focus on ending child marriage.  Recognising the investment required in 2019-20 to develop a vision for the future programmes and advocacy work for both countries, that is ambitious and aligned with Plan International’s global strategy, and the transformation and change management work required, Plan Zambia and Plan Tanzania will work in a partnership for their respective country’s Transformation, including planning, design and execution.  This will be led by both Country Directors with the support of the Country Transformation Manager. This position will be based in either Lusaka or Dar es Salaam, and be line managed by the Country Director of the host country with a matrix reporting line to the other Country Director.

The Purpose of this role
The Country Transformation Manager will work in partnership with the Country Directors of both countries, to lead the planning and design of the Transformation process for both countries (two separate processes), and subsequently to lead, coordinate and facilitate the execution of the plans.

DIMENSIONS OF THE ROLE
The Country Transformation Manager’s role requires working collaboratively with all staff, stakeholders and organisational structures in order to lead PIT and PIZ through the organizational transformation in pursuance of the 100 Million Reasons Global Strategy. This role will utilize change management principles, processes, and tools to focus on driving transformation that will enable PIT and PIZ to achieve Plan International’s Purpose and Global Strategy. The role is expected to take a lead in designing the change strategies for both countries, assessing stakeholder impacts and organizational readiness, recommending and/or implementing appropriate communication, training, and behavioural change solutions, and measuring effectiveness to enhance organization, group, and individual performance. Throughout the process, strong support will be provided by Plan’s Global Hub’s Transformation Strategy Development Department, by on-site missions and remote support.

Outcomes of the transformation process are as follows :

  • Country Aspiration and Goal Setting for both PIT and PIZ
  • Detailed Country Strategy, based on, but not limited to, review of PIZs draft Country Strategy 2018 – 2022.
  • Light touch Country Strategy review for PIT, with a focus on the Resource Mobilisation Sub-Strategy, Sponsorship Sub-Strategy, Partnership Sub-Strategy and Advocacy and Influencing Strategy. For PIZ (note that PIT will extend their current Country Sub-Strategy.
  • Prioritisation of interventions for PIZ
  • Review geographic scope of interventions for PIZ
  • Target Development Outcomes & Enablers for PIZ
  • Organisational Model and Archetype for both PIT and PIZ
  • Supporting Documentation e.g. Risk Profile, Results Framework, Milestone Plan, Change Assessment and Business Case

While these outcomes will be documented separately for each country, the processes to achieve the outcomes will be joint when appropriate. For example, a joint country aspiration exercise or goal setting may be managed by the Country Transformation Manager in order to encourage cross fertilisation of ideas and visioning between the countries.

ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • In partnership with the Country Directors, determine and facilitate the processes needed to implement the Global Strategy through a well-structured transformation process at PIT and PIZ levels
  • Ensure buy-in and support for the transformation process across all stakeholders, staff, departments and program areas, working in close partnership with the CDs, and supporting them to lead the overall change.
  • Provide overall guidance to the transformation process to ensure timely implementation, optimised cost and expected quality
  • Support the implementation process and ensure long-term sustainability.
  • Draw on specialist skills across the organisation to drive the transformation process
  • Hold regular meetings with PIT and PIZ Country Directors, PIT and PIZ CLTs, the RESA Regional Transformation Coordinator, the Head of the Strategy Development Department and his team of the Transformation Office at Global Hub and other relevant stakeholders
  • Coordinate the multi-level change required for transformation to achieve the aspirations of RESA and the Global Strategy
  • Catalyse implementation of the new strategy across PIT and PIZ by utilising the transformation framework
  • Facilitate deep reflection by CLTs of lessons learnt and sharing of how to do things better.
  • Provide concise reporting to enable visibility of the transformation process and a consistent and coherent message around the status, progress and significant changes
  • Share learnings between the two countries.

Ensures that Plan International’s global policies for Child Protection (CPP) and Gender Equality and Inclusion (GEI) are fully embedded in accordance with the principles and requirements of the policy including relevant Implementation Standards and Guidelines as applicable to their area of responsibility. This includes, but is not limited to, ensuring staff and associates are aware of and understand their responsibilities under these policies and Plan International’s Code of Conduct (CoC), their relevance to their area of work, and that concerns are reported and managed in accordance with the appropriate procedures.

KEY RELATIONSHIPS

  • In partnership with the Country Directors, determine and facilitate the processes needed to implement the Global Strategy through a well-structured transformation process at PIT and PIZ levels
  • Ensure buy-in and support for the transformation process across all stakeholders, staff, departments and program areas, working in close partnership with the CDs, and supporting them to lead the overall change.
  • Provide overall guidance to the transformation process to ensure timely implementation, optimised cost and expected quality
  • Support the implementation process and ensure long-term sustainability.
  • Draw on specialist skills across the organisation to drive the transformation process
  • Hold regular meetings with PIT and PIZ Country Directors, PIT and PIZ CLTs, the RESA Regional Transformation Coordinator, the Head of the Strategy Development Department and his team of the Transformation Office at Global Hub and other relevant stakeholders
  • Coordinate the multi-level change required for transformation to achieve the aspirations of RESA and the Global Strategy
  • Catalyse implementation of the new strategy across PIT and PIZ by utilising the transformation framework
  • Facilitate deep reflection by CLTs of lessons learnt and sharing of how to do things better.
  • Provide concise reporting to enable visibility of the transformation process and a consistent and coherent message around the status, progress and significant changes
  • Share learnings between the two countries.
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TECHNICAL EXPERTISE, SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE
Essential
Knowledge and Experience:
Proven in-depth knowledge and experience as a change manager of Plan’s transformation processes (in one or more Plan countries)
Demonstrated understanding of gender transformative programming and influencing
Five years’ experience in a country based senior management position
Demonstrated understanding of organisational development
Minimum of 5 years’ experience of working in a large INGO or equivalent at a senior level

Skills:
Building and managing teams
Networking
Coaching
Negotiation
Analysis
Problem solving
Human Resource Management
Project Management
Leadership Facilitation
Excellent oral and written communication in English

Behaviours:
Self-managed and motivated
Inclusive, consultative and adaptive in development stage, decisive backed up by good communications at the delivery stage.
Clear role model for the implementation of Plan’s values.

PLAN INTERNATIONAL’S VALUES IN PRACTICE
We are open and accountable
Promotes a culture of openness and transparency, including with sponsors and donors.
Holds self and others accountable to achieve the highest standards of integrity.
Consistent and fair in the treatment of people.
Open about mistakes and keen to learn from them.
Accountable for ensuring we are a safe organisation for all children, girls & young people 

We strive for lasting impact
Articulates a clear purpose for staff and sets high expectations.
Creates a climate of continuous improvement, open to challenge and new ideas.
Focuses resources to drive change and maximise long-term impact, responsive to changed priorities or crises.
Evidence-based and evaluates effectiveness. 

We work well together
Seeks constructive outcomes, listens to others, willing to compromise when appropriate.
Builds constructive relationships across Plan International to support our shared goals.
Develops trusting and ‘win-win’ relationships with funders, partners and communities.
Engages and works well with others outside the organization to build a better world for girls and all children.

We are inclusive and empowering
We empower our staff to give their best and develop their potential
We respect all people, appreciate differences and challenge equality in our programs and our workplace
We support children, girls and young people to increase their confidence and to change their own lives.

PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT
The post will be based in either PIT (Dar es Salaam) or PIZ (Lusaka) and will require substantial travel to the second country (approximately 33% of working time)

LEVEL OF CONTACT WITH CHILDREN
Mid contact: Occasional interaction with children
Location: Zambia or Tanzania
Type of Role: Fixed Term (1 yr)
Reports to: Country Director
Closing Date: 02 December, 2019

Early application is encouraged as we will review applications throughout the advertising period and reserve the right to close the advert early.
A range of pre-employment checks will be undertaken in conformity with Plan International’s Safeguarding Children and Young People policy.

As an international child centred community development organisation, Plan International is fully committed to promoting the realisation of children’s rights including their right to protection from violence and abuse. That means we have particular responsibilities to children that we come into contact with.
Plan International believes that in a world where children face so many threats of harm, it is our duty to ensure that we, as an organisation, do everything we can to keep children safe. We must not contribute in any way to harming or placing children at risk.

Equality, diversity and inclusion is at the very heart of everything that Plan International stands for. Our organisation is based on a culture of inclusivity and we strive to create a workplace environment that ensures every team, in every office, in every country, is rich in diverse people, thoughts, and ideas.
We will provide equality of opportunity and will not tolerate discrimination on any grounds. We foster an organisational culture that embraces and exemplifies our commitment to gender equality, girls’ rights and inclusion while supporting staff to adopt good practice, positive attitudes and principles of gender equality and inclusion. 

New Government Jobs at Mbeya Water Supply and Sanitation Authority (Mbeya WSSA) | Deadline: 04th December, 2019

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Mbeya Water Supply and sanitation Authority (Mbeya WSSA)
Jobs in Tanzania: New Government Job Vacancies at Mbeya Water Supply and sanitation Authority (Mbeya WSSA), 2019
AJIRA TANZANIA 2019 / NAFASI ZA KAZI 2019 

MBEYA WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION AUTHORITY
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 
Job Opportunity At Mbeya Water Supply and sanitation Authority (Mbeya WSSA) , Ajira Mbeya WSSA, Nafasi Za Kazi Mbeya Ajira Mpya Tanzania Mbeya 
Mbeya Water Supply and Sanitation Authority (Mbeya WSSA) is an autonomous water supply organization mandated to provide water and sewerage disposal services within the urban area of Mbeya city. It was established in January 1998 under section 3(1) of Act No.8 OF 1997. repealed by Act No.12 of 2009.
Vision:‘To be an excellent Water Supply and Sanitation Authority in Tanzania in delivering portable, sufficient quality water supply and sanitation services.”
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To adequately fulfill its objectives and in line with the expansion of activities Mbeya WSSA is now inviting applications from suitably qualified and self-motivated Tanzanians of high personal integrity to apply for the following positions as described in attached PDF file: 
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