Category Archives: Administrative/Secretarial Jobs in Tanzania

Administrative Secretary at Wildlife Conservation Society

The Wildlife Conservation Society of Tanzania (WCST) is a non-governmental, non-profit making and a membership-based organization registered in Tanzania. WCST is one of the oldest local NGO established in 1987 with an overarching goal of conserving Tanzania’s flora, fauna, and the environment. Since 18/07/2019, the Society is registered under the terms and conditions of NGOs Act, 2002. The Society works closely with the government of the United Republic of Tanzania, public and private institutions, other NGOs, general public and other stakeholders including local and international development partners to realize her objectives.

WCST envisions that the variety of life forms (biodiversity) continues to be valued and conserved as an integral part of our natural heritage for the generations to come. Its mission is to conserve Tanzania’s wildlife and its environment for the benefit of mankind.

The Society is seeking to recruit dynamic, committed, well-organized, hard-working, qualified, and experienced individuals to fill the two (2) volunteer positions below: 

Position: Administrative Secretary

Administrative Secretary will report to Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Society and his/her will generally ensure that administrative operations of the Society run smoothly. .

Key Job Responsibilities and Duties
• To ensure that each document received is properly processed, filed and retrieved when requested.
• To perform secretarial services, typing, and photocopying, editing or formatting documents in an organized fashion. To coordinate and organizing appointments, and perform other office duties in the WCST’s office as will be directed by your supervisor.
• To undertake receptionist duties for guests of the Society and any other activities which might be required to assist in the smooth running of the WCST’s Office.
• To screen, answer and forward telephone calls, as well as other forms of correspondence. They are in charge of transferring callers to the appropriate member of staff, as well as ensuring that only relevant calls go through.
• To monitor the number of office supplies available in their office, as well as ordering replacement supplies as necessary. This can involve taking inventory, keeping records of supplies purchased and purchasing new supplies.
• To handle members/customers’ complaints, redirecting members/customers to the appropriate department or officer, scheduling meetings with members/customers and recording members/customers queries.
• To perform any other lawful duties assigned by your supervisors from time to time

Minimum qualifications
• Applicants should possess at least an Ordinary Diploma in Secretarial Studies or any other related course from a recognized Academic Institution.
• Must be attentive to detail and possess high-levels of Communication skills, Computer proficiency, Customer service skills, and Organizational skills.
• Must be fluent in both written and spoken Kiswahili and English Languages.
• WCST’s Members will be given priority

Position: Deputy Chief Executive Officer 
The Deputy Chief Executive Officer will work in close partnership with the Chief Executive Officer in providing leadership across the Society and ensuring that internal governance, planning, policies, and systems enhance Society’s capability and capacity. .

Key responsibilities

• Lead and provide Senior Executive direction to a substantial program, portfolio of programs, or portfolio of functions across the Society, shepherd and negotiate budgets, agreements (incl. proposal contracting), set performance expectations, and monitor and evaluate performance outcomes to contribute to the achievement of Society’s objectives and outcomes.
• Contribute to the development and implementation of strategic plans and decisions by the Chief Executive Officer, and participate as a member of the Executive, to achieve the Society’s objectives and service outcomes.
• Serve as back up to the Chief Executive Officer and Deputize for the Chief Executive Officer during periods of absence, and in relation to specific matters, issues or elements of Society operation as delegated from time to time by the Chief Executive Officer, ensuring a consistency of approach and decisions which align with the Society’s objectives.
• Provide expert advice and recommendations to the Chief Executive Officer on strategic and day to day operational imperatives including the implications of major policy decisions, Society resourcing and performance, and strategies for managing critical incidents.
• Develop and maintain effective working relationships with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders and nurture effective strategic partnerships to identify changes in member base and demands and new sectoral developments which impact on the strategic positioning of the Society and achievement of both short and long term goals.
• Create, foster and manage effective relationships with WCST’s members and ensure the highest standards of customer service are maintained, close contact with every member is achieved and maintained, members’ needs are well understood and translated to inform the development of WCST’s policy and that member services are responsive, proactive and consistently delivered.
• Represent the Society, developing and sustaining positive proactive relationships with community and/or stakeholders locally and internationally to identify trends, leverage knowledge, and intelligence, and fully inform Society strategic decision making processes.
• Conduct annual performance reviews and monitor the day-to-day performance of Secretariat staff in implementing their duties and the Society’s goals and take immediate and appropriate remedial actions as directed by available instruments.
• Design innovative conservation projects and provide support during the development of project proposals, carefully review and edit proposals to ensure adherence to donors’ guidelines, WCST’s internal processes and standards of quality.
• Perform any other lawful duties assigned by the Chief Executive Officer or higher organs from time to time.

Minimum qualifications
• Applicants should possess at least a Master’s Degree in Wildlife Management, Conservation Biology, Ecology, Forestry, and Environmental Management, Natural Resources Management, or any other related field from a recognized Academic Institution. Applicants holding a Ph.D. or ABD status will have an added advantage.
• Applicants should have at least 5 years of work experience in project, business, or non-profit management; experience in proposal development, budget development, grant writing and management, and reporting.
• Demonstrated understanding of and commitment to wildlife conservation and environmental management.
• Must have strong time management, problem-solving and analytical skills and the ability to innovatively contribute to thinking on a broad range of wildlife and environmental issues.
• Experience in resource mobilization, project and/or programme design, working and interacting with multiple partners and stakeholders.
• Must be attentive to detail and possess high-levels of Communication skills, Computer proficiency, Customer service skills, and Organizational skills.
• Must be fluent in both written and spoken Kiswahili and English Languages.
• WCST’s Members will be given priority.

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Please submit your application by the 20th of September 2019. Your application should include a detailed CV containing the contact information of three referees, a cover letter, and academic certificates. Please submit your application package to the Chief Executive Officer through our email ( ). Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. For more information please contact us via the contact information provided in the footer of this document.

Project Officer at Reaching the Unreached Tanzania (RUT)


Reaching the Unreached Tanzania (RUT) in partnership with the Grand Challenges Canada (GCC) is implementing the community-based program that focuses to improve Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights through elimination of Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting (FGM/C). The project is implemented in two districts namely; Kongwa and Kondoa Districts Council, in Dodoma Region. The project integrates health and economic initiatives through facilitating and encouraging female genital cutters/Ngaribas to reverse their attention from the economic rewards of the harmful FGM/C practices to alternative and harmless Income Generating Activities (IGAs) opportunities around their community.
Reaching the Unreached Tanzania (RUT) is currently looking for a project officer to assist the implementation of this project.


Job Title: Project Officer

Reporting to: Project Coordinator

Working Station: Dodoma Region

Duration: One year with possibility of renew

Salary: Attractive package will be offered to a successful applicant.


  • Identification and training of project intermediaries (ie. CHWs, Health workers – facility based, non-health workers (teachers, ECD Providers), peer educators, traditional leaders, community leaders, religious leaders etc)
  • Organize and conduct training to traditional female cutters (Ngaribas) on new source of income generating activities
  • Assist in the monitoring of project activities
  • Assist project coordinator in organizing and coordinating stakeholders’ meetings including quarterly update meetings to assess performance against targets.
  • Keeping/Filing all project documents (softcopy and hardcopy)
  • Maintaining and monitoring project work plan
  • Develop project updates and sharing through media
  • Preparing and conduct public awareness campaigns and meetings
  • Support preparation of project reports including activity, quarterly and annual project reports.
  • Assist senior management team in resource mobilization for FFGP
  • Develop and draft communication and outreach material including leaflets, posters and brochures
  • Represent Executive Director and the Organization in the meetings where necessary
  • Undertake other duties as reasonably assigned by project coordinator


  • A Bachelor degree in Public Health, Medicine, Gender, Social Sciences, Monitoring & Evaluation or any other related degree.
  • Minimum of three (3) years’ relevant experience, preferably in donor-funded programs as project officer
  • Experience in SRHR and Gender Programs
  • Ability to work in remote areas within the context of Tanzania
  • Deep knowledge of the political, cultural, and economic contexts of the country, Tanzania).
  • Excellent report writing report writing skills.
  • Ability to create and maintain effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • Exceptional verbal, written and presentation skills
  • Good training skills
  • Organizational skills with the demonstrated ability to priorities and handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment.
  • Advanced computer skills i.e. Microsoft office, Data Analysis Package ie. SPSS, NVIVO etc.
  • Experience and understanding of the use of data in the health sectors HIV and RCH/FP programs using routine program data (i.e. DHIS2)


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Interested applicants are encouraged to send application letter and CV as a single document to Email: . The subject of the email should read as FFGP PROJECT OFFICER Deadline for applications is: 20th September, 2019 at 17:00hrs. (Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted).

Senior Manager Compliance at Tanzania Postal Bank (TPB Bank PLC)


TPB Bank PLC is a Bank that provides competitive financial services to our customers and creates value for our stakeholders through innovative products.

TPB Bank PLC is a Bank, whose vision is “to be the leading bank in Tanzania in the provision of affordable, accessible and convenient financial services”. As part of effective organizational

development and management of its human capital in an effective way, TPB BANK PLC commits itself towards attaining, retaining and developing the highly capable and qualified workforce for TPB

BANK PLC betterment and the Nation at large.

TPB Bank PLC seeks to appoint dedicated, self-motivated and highly organized Senior Manager Compliance (1 position) to join the Directorate of Risk Management and Compliance team. The work station is Dar es Salaam.

DIRECT REPORTING LINE : Director of Risk Management and compliance

LOCATION : Head office

WORK SCHEDULE : As per TPB Bank PLC Staff regulations

DIVISION : Compliance

SALARY: Commensurate to the Job Advertised 


The key objective of the post is to ensure effective management of the bank’s compliance risk. Establish and communicate bank’s compliance policy and make sure it is observed by all staff in the bank.

To make annual review Compliance Policy and its procedure manual as well as Anti Money Laundering Policy of the bank. Advice Management on the best practise approach in managing Compliance risk.


  • To monitor compliance with prudential internal policies, procedures and limits applicable to all bank functions.
  • Support Senior Management on compliance laws, rules and standards, including keeping them informed on developments in the area.
  • Support Management in achieving Anti-Money Laundering control and compliance related matters.
  • Branch monitoring on and adherence to Regulation requirement and directives.
  • Review of Head Office units to measure its compliance with Regulatory requirements, policies and procedures.
  • Review of daily Bank’s Liquidity Report and identify gaps with a proposed solution.
  • To measure and monitor exposures to credit risks.
  • To coordinate review of bank’s policies.
  • To carry central role of educating staff on compliance issues, and acting as a contact point within the bank on all compliance related matters.
  • Establish written guidance to staff on the appropriate implementation of compliance laws, rules and standards through policies and procedures and other documents such as compliance manuals, internal codes of conduct and practice.
  • To be pro-active in identifying, document and assess the compliance risks associated with the bank’s business activities, including the development of new products and business practices, the proposed establishment of new types of business or customer relationships, or material changes in the nature of such relationships.
  • To be a member of Bank’s Product Development Committee and ensure all products offered by the bank comply to all government laws and regulations.
  • To have the ability to assess the appropriateness of the bank’s compliance procedures and guidelines, promptly follow up any identified deficiencies, and, where necessary, formulate proposals for amendments.
  • To be able to monitor and test compliance by performing sufficient and representative compliance testing. The results of the compliance testing should be reported up through the compliance function reporting line in accordance with the bank’s internal risk management procedures.
  • To generate and submit reports on compliance matters. The reports should refer to the compliance risk assessment that has taken place during the reporting period, including any changes in the compliance risk profile based on relevant measurements such as performance indicators.
  • Summarise any identified breaches and/or deficiencies and the corrective measures recommended to address them, and report on corrective measures already taken commensurate with the bank’s compliance risk profile and activities.
  • Work as assistant Anti-Money Laundering reporting officer. It may also liaise with relevant external bodies, including regulators, standard setters and external experts.
  • Requirement for setting up compliance programme that sets out its planned activities, such as the implementation and review of specific policies and procedures, compliance risk assessment, compliance testing, and educating staff on compliance matters. The compliance programme should be risk based and subject to oversight by the Director of Risk Management and Compliance to ensure appropriate coverage across businesses and co-ordination among risk management functions.
  • To be active in introducing new ideas which aimed at strengthening compliance functions and Anti-Money Laundering across the Bank.
  • Engage departmental and branches compliance officers and ensure they are effective in managing compliance risk across the bank.
  • Ensure all regulatory requirements in terms of publications, displaying and functioning of all security tools are implemented across branch networks.
  • Update on business licenses, annual published accounts and any other document that is required to be displayed in auspicious location with branches and agent offices.
  • To perform any other duties that might be assigned by superior.  
    Education: Degree in Business/Law/Finance/Accounting/Banking/Economics and Knowledge in Anti-Money Laundering.
    Experience: Working experience for at least three years in compliance/Anti-Money Laundering/legal matters of banks; familiar with Bank of Tanzania Risk Management guidelines.
    Demonstrated experience in managing Compliance and Anti-Money Laundering function including developing policy and procedures for Compliance and Anti-Money Laundering.
    The position will attract a competitive salary package, which include benefits.


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    Applicants are invited to submit their resume (indicating the position title in the subject heading) via e-mail to: Applications via other methods will not be considered. Applicants need to submit only the Curriculum Vitae (CV) and the letter of application starting the job advertised. Other credentials will have to be submitted during the interview for authentic check and other administrative measures and should not in any way be attached during application. TPB Bank PLC has a strong commitment to environmental, health and safety management. Late applications will not be considered. Shortlisted candidates may be subjected to any of the following: a security clearance; a competency assessment; physical capability assessment and reference checking. AVOID SCAMS:   NEVER pay to have your CV / Application pushed forward. Any job vacancy requesting payment for any reason is a SCAM. If you are requested to make a payment for any reason, please use the Whistle blower policy of the Bank, or call 0222162940 to report the scam. You also don’t need to know one in TPB BANK PLC to be employed. TPB BANK PLC is merit based institution and to achieve this vision, it always goes for the best.

    Excavator Operator at SFI Tanzania Ltd

    SFI Tanzania Ltd, an agriculture and forestry investment company based in Korogwe and Handeni districts, Tanga has a vacancy for a qualified, profes­sional and dynamic Excavator Operator. 

    Job Location: Kwamdulu & Kwaraguru Estate, Tanga Region

    Job Description

    • Able to operate dragline, clamshell and other excavation machine
    • Daily machine setup and inspection
    • Lubricate, repair and adjust minor parts like, gears, bearings and bucket teeth.
    • Dump earth and sisal waste into truck.
    • Operate landfill compaction equipment
    • Perform backfilling excavating activities.
    • Measure and verify the level of gravel, rock bases and other excavating material.
    • Move materials over short distance in an agricultural environment
    • Ability to sense balance in working area and ensure     no abuse   of   the machine occurs
    • Produce high quality work, safely and productively at all times.
    • Punctuality and ability work extended hours

    Skills and Qualification

    • Grade 8-12.
    • Valid Tanzanian excavator operating license
    • Experience required: 3-5 years
    • Excellent hand-eye coordination
    • Familiar with OSHA workplace safety guidelines
    • Must be able to read and understand drawings, specifications, safety and quality standards and effectively utilize all trade tools and equip­ment relevant to the work.
    • Work in a team and as a team leader
    • Ability to communicate effectively, Physically fit.
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    Applicants should be available to relocate to the Tanga Region Only short-listed applicants will be contacted Remuneration: Union related Deadline: 18th September, 2019. Forward application, copies of qualifications and contactable references to

    Innovation Hub Director at Ifakara Health Institute

    Work station: Ifakara, Morogoro

    Apply by: September 19, 2019

    Ifakara Health Institute

    Ifakara Health Institute (IHI) is a leading research organization in Africa, with strong track records in developing, testing and validating innovations for health. We are driven by core strategic mandate for research, training and services. The institute’s work spans across a wide spectrum of sciences including biomedical and ecological sciences, intervention studies, health-systems research, monitoring and evaluation and policy translation. IHI has a history of more than 50 years. It is an independent non-profit organisation registered in Tanzania.

    The beginning: A visit to Ifakara by zoologist Dr. Rudolf Geigy from Switzerland in 1949 marked the beginning of over 50-year history of IHI. Geigy [1920-1995], a scientist from the Swiss Tropical Institute in Basel, sought a fieldwork location for researching on tropical diseases. Eight years later, he opened the Swiss Tropical Institute Field Laboratory (STIFL) there.

    The name “Ifakara” refers to “a place you go to die”, a reflection of the historically high burden of disease in the area, before major control efforts started.

    Transformation: In the years after the 1961 independence, STIFL played a central role in training medical officers who could serve the country after independence. The government mandated STIFL to play the role through the Rural Aid Centre, which was designed to undertake the assignment.


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    Send applications to:

    Human Resources Manager, Ifakara Health Institute, Kiko Avenue, Mikocheni, P. o. Box 78373, Dar es Salaam Email:

    Please, note that all application subject lines should read: RESEARCH OFFICER/LAB TECHNOLOGIST – TB. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.

    General Manager at And Beyond Tanzania Ltd

    And Beyond Tanzania Ltd is a multinational ecotourism company owning and running a group of exclusive luxury lodges and camps in Tanzania’s northern circuit and in Zanzibar. AndBeyond is built, almost entirely, on the strength of remarkable people who give passionately to their roles, work tirelessly, have the guest experience at the core of their focus daily and care of the sustainability of our communities and environment. Every single ‘& Beyonder’ makes a huge difference to our success and our contribution to the world, regardless of their role or function. For this reason we choose & Beyonders’ very carefully – they are the strength and the future of this company. We welcome and encourage applications from all backgrounds.
    Position Title : General Manager Ngorongoro Crater Lodge
    Location : Ngorongoro Crater Lodge (located inside Ngorongoro Conservation Area). 
    Key Responsibility:
    • Relationship building – with – staff, guests, governmental departments, the community, the industry (agents and other lodges),
    • Development – working with the Africa Foundation in community development, proactive wildlife conservation in the NCAA and the people within the organization
    • Business efficiencies – cost control, local produce, quality of product
    • HR structure – maintaining and enhancing – understanding and adherence
    • Product development on guest experience – lodge, food, game experience, all guest touch points
    • Engaging – with the people, the culture, the work style, the expectation
    • Regular assessment of the functionality, efficiency and strength of all operational equipment, vehicles, generators and buildings
    • Overall responsibility for the effective management and running of Ngorongoro Crater Lodge.
    To ensure the lodge and brand are taken to the next level of service standards.
    • Overall Responsibility for budget creation and management. CAPEX structuring and planning responsibility.
    • Overall Day to Day Management of the Lodge, including North Camp, South Camp, Tree Camp and all the back of house departments
    • Daily meeting with Assistant Lodge Manager and Heads of Department to discuss the daily plan, including arrivals, departures, maintenance, food, special requests, bush banqueting
    • Create strategy for guest delight, staff welfare, health and safety and training. Ensure plan is implemented and managed throughout the year
    • Create annual and monthly training plan for all departments and structure external training and exchanges with other lodges where possible
    • Create and maintain skills development plan
    • Creating an environment where the & Beyond Golden Thread is continuously met and visible throughout the daily functioning of the lodge
    • Overall responsibility for all human resources in the lodge, ensuring all labour relations, leave and medical funds are managed correctly
    • Work with Executive chef to ensure menu and food are aligned to lodge quality standards and food budgets are being met and monitored
    • Structure and equipment – assessing, planning, budgeting and repair of all buildings and equipment
    • Work directly with the head of housekeeping, head butler, camp managers and Lodge Manager to ensure & Beyond Lodge and Service standards are maintained at all times and ensure costs and budgets are managed and not exceeded.
    • Mentoring and coaching HOD’s and junior managers
    • Hosting all Agents and Media and VIP Groups
    Skills Required:
    • Energetic, proactive person with well-developed concept of the importance of providing a world-class guest experience and the ability to provide that experience.
    • Aware, evolved, energetic, compassionate, respectable, good communication and a strong leader.
    • Lateral thinking ability
    • Initiative
    • Must be able to cope under pressure to meet guests needs
    • Good interpersonal skills and communication with staff and guests
    • Attention to detail
    • Diligence and self-motivation to meet deadlines
    • Willingness/ability to share information and teach and inspire others
    • Computer and financial skills

    Qualification Required:
    • At least 5 years Management Experience in a 5 star operation
    • Strong financial capabilities
    • Experience in the service industry especially in dealing with guests and staff
    • Previous experience in running a five star operation with over 40 beds
    • At least 5 years Management Experience in East Africa
    •Bachelor’s degree in Hospitality Management

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    Application deadline 10th September, 2019. All applications should be addressed and sent to: Regional Human Resource Manager andBeyond Tanzania Ltd Haile Sailse Road, Uzunguni Area, P.O BOX 751, Arusha

    Butler New at And Beyond Tanzania Ltd

    And Beyond Tanzania Ltd is a multinational ecotourism company owning and running a group of exclusive luxury lodges and camps in Tanzania’s northern circuit and in Zanzibar. AndBeyond is built, almost entirely, on the strength of remarkable people who give passionately to their roles, work tirelessly, have the guest experience at the core of their focus daily and care of the sustainability of our communities and environment. Every single ‘& Beyonder’ makes a huge difference to our success and our contribution to the world, regardless of their role or function. For this reason we choose & Beyonders’ very carefully – they are the strength and the future of this company. We welcome and encourage applications from all backgrounds.

    Position Title : Butler 
    Location: Serengeti Under Canvas (Mobile Camp).

    Key Responsibility:

    • Delivery of high level of personalized service that exceeds not only the expectation of the guest but

    will add a point of difference from the service provided anywhere else within the Lodge

    • To create an atmosphere that makes a “wow” impression on the guests
    • Prepare welcome drinks
    • Ensuring guests receive a warm and friendly welcome/ farewell
      • Tight control of bar drinks stock
    • Carrying out guest delight moments – helping to prepare and carry out sundowner stops, bush dinners and other bush meal experiences
    • Serving guests in the Bar, in the dining room and other eating areas
    • Welcoming the guest to their room and advising of facilities within their room and the Camp

    • To provide personalized six star service to guests and ensure that all their needs and requests are met and exceeded.
    • Maintain a professional appearance and high standard of personal hygiene and presentation
    • Understand &Beyond butler manners and etiquette
    • Ability to anticipate the needs of the guest
    • Have a fundamental understanding of wealth and luxury
    • and its effect on the position butler
    • Understanding guest’s different cultures, moods and emotions
    • High levels of motivation and team building skills
    • An interest in the self-development and development of Serengeti Under Canvas team
    • Must have a very good eye for detail
    • Must have a fresh and good approach with guests .
    Must be passionate about guest delight
    • Excellent communicator
    • Have a good basic knowledge of cigars, storage, handling and lighting
    • Have basic cocktail knowledge, prepare cocktails and mixed drinks
    • Have good basic knowledge of food menus, ingredients etc
    • Excellent work ethic

    Qualifications and skills:
    • Attention to detail
    • Excellent team player and motivator
    • Creative and passionate about guest delight moments
    • Excellent English Language Communication
    • Previous experience in the same position or similar will be an advantage
    • At least 3 years relevant experience in a 5 star operation
    • Possess a good knowledge of the Camp and facilities
    • Possess a good knowledge of land local area information Service and Housekeeping knowledge is a must
    • Certificate in Hospitality Management

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    Application deadline 10th September, 2019. All applications should be addressed and sent to: Regional Human Resource Manager andBeyond Tanzania Ltd Haile Sailse Road, Uzunguni Area, P.O BOX 751, Arusha

    Room Stewart New at And Beyond Tanzania Ltd

    And Beyond Tanzania Ltd is a multinational ecotourism company owning and running a group of exclusive luxury lodges and camps in Tanzania’s northern circuit and in Zanzibar. AndBeyond is built, almost entirely, on the strength of remarkable people who give passionately to their roles, work tirelessly, have the guest experience at the core of their focus daily and care of the sustainability of our communities and environment. Every single ‘& Beyonder’ makes a huge difference to our success and our contribution to the world, regardless of their role or function. For this reason we choose & Beyonders’ very carefully – they are the strength and the future of this company. We welcome and encourage applications from all backgrounds.

    Position Title : Room Stewart
    Location :
    Kleins Camp (located in Ololosokwan Loliondo outside of Serengeti National Park in a private concession area).

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Preparation of guest rooms in line with the lodge specific styling guide. Ensure rooms are turned over in time for guest arrivals
    • Daily and timeous turndowns done in accordance with the Kleins Camp and company standard
    • Communication with your team and Team work
    • Guest delight
    • Reporting and keeping maintenance in the rooms Outputs:
    • High levels of motivation to complete work at &Beyond standards
    • Excellent hygiene and cleanliness standards.
    • An interest in self-development and development of the Kleins Camp
    • Excellent work ethic

    Qualification and Skills Required:
    • Spoken English
    • Knowledge of cleaning materials and cleanliness
    • Attention to detail
    • A feedback-fit nature, to be able to receive feedback or advice in a positive manner
    . Strong and 100% honest individual
    • Attention to detail
    • Team worker
    • Passion for delighting guests
    • Passion for cleanliness to provide superior service and quality to the Guests

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    Application deadline 10th September, 2019. All applications should be addressed and sent to: Regional Human Resource Manager andBeyond Tanzania Ltd Haile Sailse Road, Uzunguni Area, P.O BOX 751, Arusha

    Country Representative at Farm Radio


    Position title:                                    Country Representative

    Position Location:                           Arusha

    Reports to:                                       Director of Operations-Africa

    Application Deadline: 16th September 2019

    Introduction to the Organization

    Farm Radio International (FRI) is a Canadian non-profit organization at the forefront of ICT-enabled extension and communication for scale. FRI’s interactive rural radio approach addresses the information, communication and extension needs of millions of small-scale farmers, rural entrepreneurs and citizens.

    In Tanzania, FRI currently works in thematic areas of agriculture value chains, livestock, climate information services and conservation agriculture, in collaboration with over 15 radio stations nationally, reaching out to millions of small scale farmers.

    Summary of the Position

    The Country Representative is a key position in Farm Radio International, with overall responsibility for leading and developing the growth of the organization within a specific country. The key expectations of a successful Country Representative are that they: create a strong reputation and profile for FRI: engage with government partners effectively: position FRI to participate in major rural development initiatives; secure new funding opportunities; lead the development of a strong, capable, high-functioning, well-coordinated and motivated staff team and; oversee the sound administration and financial management of FRI operations in the country.The Country Representative will also support team members in working effectively with and fulfilling accountabilities to FRI staff in other teams and offices, including the regional, international, and specialty teams and departments.

    Summary of Responsibilities:

    Provide overall leadership and coordination to the Country Team including the development of country strategic planning.

    Raise the profile and develop/maintain an excellent reputation for impact, reliability and performance of Farm Radio International within the country and region.

    Develop, build and nurture strong relationships with key stakeholders including the public, private, civil society, media, farmer organizations and funding agencies.

    Grow the organization both in budget size and portfolio within the country by Identifying and developing prospects for new projects in country working closely with FRI’s Program Development Team and systems.

    Manage the country office and any field-offices or sub-offices including all the assets of the organization and oversee the security, safety and welfare of staff.

    Manage the Human Resources administration to ensure effective and efficient systems for recruitment and retention of staff.

    Oversee the financial management of the country office including developing and monitoring country annual budgets, spending plans and related periodical financial reports.


    Experience and requirements

    +10 years of experience in program implementation and management, including in the communication for development sector or agricultural development at a senior management level

    University degree in agriculture, communication, international development, environmental studies or a related field, a master’s degree (an asset and added advantage)

    Experience in leading teams and multiple, multi layered relationships in an international institution

    Proven skills at managing projects with various donor agencies

    Proficiency in English, with very good written and oral communication skills including development of donor reports

    A mature self-starter, good communicator and team builder with the ability to manage and motivate teams Knowledge requirements

    Knowledge and experience in project development and implementation, including project cycle management and results-based management

    Knowledge of broadcasting and ICT for development (an asset)

    Knowledge of agriculture and rural development priorities and policies in Tanzania and sub-Saharan Africa

    Knowledge of national or international donors and strategic or implementing partners in East Africa

    Significant knowledge of the principles of gender equality and women’s rights and experience in integrating these principles into the project cycle

    Skills and attributes

    Good team building skills

    Excellent intercultural communication skills

    Good organizational and time management skills; ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines

    Be comfortable working with minimal supervision and limited resources Application procedure

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    Interested and qualified Tanzanians are invited to send their applications enclosing a covering letter and detailed curriculum vitae with names of three referees, and their contacts and Cc

    Please note that Farm Radio International has no recruitment agent, therefore all applications should only be sent to the above mentioned addresses. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    Administrative Officer at International School of Tanganyika

    IST Mission

    Challenging, inspiring and supporting all our students to fulfil their potential and improve the world


    IST Vision

    IST will be a global leader in the education of internationally-mobile young people.


    All students, regardless of their starting point, will think critically, achieve academically and develop the  wisdom to make good choices.  They will show curiosity and creativity in addressing authentic problems, local and global.


    They will pursue their varied passions with enthusiasm, developing resilience, perseverance, and confidence.  Understanding the diversity of people and cultures, they will act kindly, fairly, and responsibly.


    All members of the IST community will work together to fulfil this vision.


    Statement of Values

    All members of the IST community are:

    Responsible – We act responsibly, positively and constructively towards ourselves and other people. We learn from our mistakes and accept the consequences of our actions.

    Inquiring – We show curiosity, perseverance and open-mindedness in seeking to understand and solve problems. We persevere in the face of difficulties and we embrace the learning that comes through failure as well as the joy of success.

    Compassionate – We empathise with others and act with care, kindness and courage. In our interactions, we behave with patience, generosity and integrity.

    Balanced – We believe in a broad education for our students, seeing the value of participation in a varied curriculum.

    Diverse – We treasure the diversity within the IST community, using the rich opportunities for deeper understanding that come from our differences.


    IST Strategic Plan

    Our Strategic Plan is in place to help our community align efforts to better reach our school’s mission, vision and values.  This plan is focused on three aims.


    Personalized Learning:

    Ensure alignment between the written, taught and assessed curriculum

    Implement a strong, multi-tiered system of support to students, consistent with IST’s common understanding of inclusion

    Improve our ability to offer a balanced program with opportunities for excellence in academics, the arts and athletics

    Provide exemplary transition programs between campuses and other institutions of learning

    Ensure reporting models support effective partnerships with parents and their child’s learning

    Develop a strong internal professional learning community to embed successful professional learning experiences

    Ensure IST students’ appropriate use of technology supports their learning

    Engaged Community:

    Improve IST’s local, global and international reputation

    Provide opportunities for IST students and faculty to connect with local and global experts

    Develop partnerships within the local community to improve student experiences

    Improve processes and systems to improve communication within the IST community

    Build reciprocal structures to connect alumni with current student

    Establish sustainable and supportive relationships with government ministries

    Promote positive school spirit within and across campuses

    Ensured Sustainability:

    Review the master site plan to ensure school facilities support learning experiences

    Develop the school’s capacity to recruit/retain excellent employees

    Lessen IST’s environmental footprint

    Align governing models with best practice

    Summary of the Role

    The objective of Administrative Officer at Secondary School is to assist the principal in the administration of assigned school site by performing a variety of complex and responsible secretarial and routine administrative support functions and to direct and coordinate the work flow and activities processed through the school’s central office. Employees in this classification receive limited supervision within a broad framework of policies and procedures. Employees in this classification may direct and coordinate the work of others. This job class requires in depth knowledge of school site operations and administrative procedures as well as a high level of secretarial skills, and functions in a highly independent manner.


    Preferred Qualifications and Experience

    Experience: 10+ years’ experience as Administrative Officer;

    A minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or a related’;l field;

    Professional Competencies:

    Excellent communication skills in spoken and written form

    Self-motivated with the ability to work without supervision

    Knowledge of child protection and health and safety

    Strong customer service and problem solving skills

    Excellent interpersonal communication and organizational skills

    Experience in public facility management

    Willingness and ability to collaborate effectively with colleagues

    Highly effective relationship developer with a variety of stakeholders (i) Strong literacy in G Suite

    Professional Attributes and Skills:

    Ability to analyse situations and take appropriate action in a variety of procedural matters independently without immediate supervision;

    Ability to prioritize and coordinate work flow and timeliness for self and others;

    Ability to operate a variety of office equipment and tools such as, copy machine, scanner, databases, Google Sheets, Forms, Docs, and Presentation.

    Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships with those contacted in the performance of required duties;

    Ability to communicate effectively and professionally in both oral and written forms;

    Ability to establish and maintain a variety of recordkeeping, reference, and data collection systems;

    Ability to understand and apply successfully a variety of complex directions to specific situations;

    Ability to lead and exhibit leadership for a team;

    Ability to facilitate meetings and learning experiences for secondary support staff team members;

    Knowledge of financial record keeping methods and practices;

    Knowledge of proper office systems that promote customer service and efficiency.


    The primary responsibilities for Administrative Officer  will be:

    Acts as secretary to assigned school site principal performing a wide variety of complex and responsible clerical and secretarial support duties as well as relieving the school principal of routine administrative functions not requiring his/her immediate attention;

    Acts as a resource person to teachers, students, parents, and the general public regarding general and specific information on the policies, procedures, and activities of assigned school site;

    Directs and coordinates the work of office personnel to meet established timelines; assists in the performance of a wide variety of the more difficult clerical assignments;

    Maintains the organization of confidential files and systems to distribute this information to respective parties;

    Collects necessary information and maintains a variety of logs and records related to certificated and classified employees, personnel transactions, timesheets, absences, well as substitute logs and records;

    Orders materials, supplies, and equipment; maintains records of purchase orders, invoices, and expenses to date; and inventories and logs same upon arrival;

    Maintains, monitors and liaises with the business office to record expenditures; reconcile ledger printouts and posts expenditures to budget sheets;

    Composes and types correspondence, memos, and/or reports on own initiative from marginal notes, or from oral and written directions;

    Collects data/information and compiles reports and other materials requiring the use of independent judgment and knowledge in assembling and categorizing data;

    Maintains routine bookkeeping records; transferring and depositing monies as necessary;

    Attends various meetings; taking notes and preparing minutes;

    Assists principal with gathering/calculating budget requests and preparing reports;

    Distributes materials and information to teachers, students, and other staff members and ensures timely responses;

    Perform any other duties as designated by the Principal

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    Prospective applicants should be based in Tanzania and need to formally apply. Applicants should submit a letter (in English) describing her/his fit and interest in the position along with an up-to-date curriculum vitae which includes the names, addresses and contact details of three (3) referees.

    Applications and enquiries should be directed to before close of business on Friday, 6th September 2019.