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Quality Control Shift Supervisor at Mohammed Enterprises Tanzania Ltd – MeTL Group

MeTL Group is a leading economic force in Tanzania with major investments and successful operating companies in key business sectors. The Group employs more than 24,000 people across the country, in areas as diverse as trading, agriculture, manufacturing, energy and petroleum, financial services, mobile telephony, infrastructure and real estate, transport, logistics and distribution. MeTL Group began in the early 1970s as a small trading business with a big vision.  This vision, coupled with knowledge and skills derived over more than 40 years in business, has enabled the Group to grow exponentially into one of the largest businesses in Africa.

Currently, MeTL Group’s operations contribute 3.5% of the GDP of Tanzania. The Group plays a vital role in strengthening Tanzania’s opportunities for growth and development in private industry-ensuring the country can reap the benefits of globalization. 

Job Summary
  • Water Treatment plant
Minimum Qualification: Bachelor
Experience Level: Executive level
Experience Length: 2 years
Job Description
METL Group of company, Aone products & Bottlers Ltd
  • Major role to look after water treatment plant  & Effluent treatment plant operation
  • Water analysis,evaluation of operational parameters, cleaning & sanitation etc
  • Must also be responsible for monitoring and control of production line operation to ensure safe & quality product deliver
  • Good understanding on beverage processing and liaison with syrup preparation and production team to execute production plan.
  • Plant GMP , housekeeping & sanitation program to adhere to build safe product.
  • Able to handle team of 10- 15 people under him from QC  operation
Candidates should  have the following:
  • Degree in chemistry, Food science and technology,
  • Experience working in beverage / water industry
  • Must know computer applications
  • Knowledge in depth water treatment section knowledge
  • Should have knowledge of the subject , concentration power , high energy, and alertness of mind including skill of problem solving & leadership .
  • Must be a good observer , able to handle the shift & people and guide team & fellow associates of  other department  as well
  • Must be a good team leader
NOTE: Salary is Tsh 500,000/= gross

How to Apply

Any Interested candidates can contact us on the contact details mentioned below. We will review the applications and if found suitable, will get back to you
Golden Jubilee Towers, Ohio Street, 20th Floor Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. P.O.Box 20660, Dar Es Salaam,
Or
Email: Recruitment@metl.net and recruitment@metl.net

Only qualified candidates will be contacted , METL Company group is equal opportunity employer and hence encourage special challenged and female to apply.  

Media for Development for Enhancing Women Access to Finance from LGAS at SNV Tanzania

Job Summary

The project’s focus in the dairy market system is on harmonization and rationalization of dairy regulations, and governance of dairy cooperative societies; and in the sunflower market system is on women access to finance at local government authorities (LGAs), and governance of contract farming
arrangements (CFA).

  • Minimum Qualification: Unspecified
  • Experience Level: Management level
  • Experience Length: 3 years

Job Description

Name of assignment – Media for Development
Terms of reference title – Media for Development for enhancing Women Access to
Finance from – LGAS
Sector – Agriculture Sector
Project Transforming – Agricultural Markets (TAM)
Geographical focus – Mbeya, Songwe, Rukwa and Katavi
Proposed start date – 14th January 2020
Proposed end date – 28th February 2020
Open to –  Individual Consultants

1.0. Introduction
SNV, Netherlands Development Organization is an international, not-for-profit, development organization, working in over 25 developing countries worldwide, including 17 countries in Sub Saharan Africa. SNV focuses on achieving impact in Agriculture, Energy, and Water, Sanitation & Hygiene. By sharing her specialist expertise in Agriculture, Energy, and Water, Sanitation & Hygiene, SNV’s global team of local and international advisors works with local partners to equip communities, businesses and organisations with the tools, knowledge and connections they need to increase their incomes and gain access to basic services – empowering them to break the cycle of poverty and guide their own development.

SNV is implementing many projects within the agriculture sector including Transforming Agricultural Markets (TAM). TAM is the project which started in August 2018 and is funded by UKAID under the Accountability (Act II) programme. The project works in dairy and sunflower market systems. The project’s focus in the dairy market system is on harmonization and rationalization of dairy regulations, and governance of dairy cooperative societies; and in the sunflower market system is on women access to finance at local government authorities (LGAs), and governance of contract farming arrangements (CFA).

The TAM project aims to improve livelihoods and economic opportunity for smallholder farmers (SHFs) and SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises) by empowering these key players to affect changes in market systems through engaging with government and other private sector actors. The TAM’s Theory of Change evolves at making the existing policies work at the local level by increasing stakeholders understanding of policy issues so that they take collective actions which result into increased responsiveness from the government leading to improved livelihoods of SHFs & SMEs in the dairy and sunflower market systems in terms of increased incomes and jobs creation.
As a result of working in this manner to address agricultural market development systemic issues, the project aims to achieve the following impact and outcomes:
Impact: Improved livelihoods of SHFs & SMEs in the dairy and sunflower market systems.
Outcomes:
1) Increased Responsiveness of government to the issues of SHFs and SMEs.
2) Increased collective actions of the stakeholders for the improvement of access to basic services, entitlements and business environment.

To achieve its intended impact and outcomes the project has already identified boundary and strategic partners in these market systems and are engaged in carrying out interventions which intend to address actor-led issues in a responsive and accountable manner; and enhance delivery of basic services and strengthen the business environment. Boundary partners are those actors whom the project interacts directly, build their capacity in order to effect change and engages in mutual learning and strategic partners are organisations selected because of their potential to contribute to the objectives and whom the project works directly with to achieve the objectives, without necessarily wanting to change their behaviours. For this project, the boundary and strategic partners include SHF organisations, women SME groups, LGAs and national government institutions. These partners are involved in addressing issues in 4 key result areas highlighted above.

The project has been running for over a year now since its inception in August 2018, and throughout this time the boundary and strategic partners have been supported to collaborate with each other in order to address governance constraints which limit the delivery of services and conducive business environment in the two market systems. 

2.0 Background to the Assignment
Women SMEs in sunflower oil processing and women in sunflower businesses in general face governance related challenges in accessing women loans from local government authorities’ Women Fund. These governance constraints exist even though the fund is governed by a law and guidelines which mandates the LGAs to issue interest free loan to women groups who follows the procedures and meet the required conditions for the women fund. The governance issues lead to inefficient and ineffective revolving fund policy implementation for most LGAs in the Mbeya, Songwe, Rukwa and Katavi regions. One approach used by TAM project, to address the governance issues and increase women access to finance, is to use media to increase the availability of information on the fund, build the voice of women and advocate for women access to loans from the LGAs in order to expand their sunflower processing and businesses. So far, the project media interventions have demonstrated that, media is effective in building the voice of the women and could lead to behavioural changes resulting into more women, in the project area, accessing loans from LGAs. It has also been realised that use of the Media for Development (M4D) approach which aims for behavioural changes of key actors towards addressing the governance issues in women access to finance is a more effective approach.

The approach is participatory and empowering in nature because it closely involves the primary (women) and secondary (LGAs) target groups to think through the governance constraints, identify barriers and motivators, develop the communication objectives and agree on the effective media format to influence policy implementation. It is against this backdrop that SNV seeks the service of an individual consultant who is knowledgeable and experienced in M4D to support the TAM project and key stakeholders in effective use of media for development approach to increase women access to finance from LGAs in Mbeya, Songwe, Rukwa and Katavi regions where the assignment will be implemented.

3.0 Purposes, Objective and key activities of the Assignment
The purpose of the M4D assignment is to enable the project to use M4D:
i. To identify the problems, their causes and effects, limiting women access to finance from the LGA women fund identified through M4D interventions and
ii. To increase women’s demand for and access to finance from LGAs through increased awareness of the constraints and the positive examples of LGA and women’s engagement and their successes.
The objectives for the M4D assignment are to:
i) Help TAM Project and key stakeholders, in women access to finance from LGA, to develop a media and communication strategy to increase women’s access to finance at LGAs intervention area within the sunflower market system;
ii) Develop episode work-plans, including topics to be covered, journalists/radio stations to be used, who should be involved, when and how the activities will be done (e.g. drama, live
interviews, panel discussions etc.) and
iii) Facilitate the production and broadcasting of the episodes with partner radio stations.
The Key activities of this assignment are to:
a) Facilitate brainstorming by primary key stakeholders (women SMEs in sunflower oil, women in sunflower business) and secondary stakeholder on the topics which are relevant to women access
to finance, core problem with its causes and effects, barriers, motivators, drivers of change
b) Facilitate primary and secondary stakeholder to develop the communication objectives and media format for women access to finance
c) Facilitate episodes work-planning for the communication strategy with emphasis on topics to be covered, journalists/radio stations to be used, who should be involved, when and how will the
activities be done (e.g. drama, live interviews, panel discussions etc)To facilitate production and airing of episodes with partners radio stations.

4.0 Methodology
The consultant is expected to propose his/her own approach and justification for the choice. The assignment is expected to start by the consultant to familiarize with the project documents, producing the inception plan for the assignment, and obtaining and integrating comments from SNV TAM project team.
It is advised that the consultant must first have an in-depth review of the project documents including governance of women access to finance from LGAs reports and then visit the project areas with project staff to familiarize with the physical environment in which the women SME groups operate. In view of this, the consultant is expected to propose a methodology to be used to carry out the assignment as described herein. It is important to note that the methodology adopted should be able to cater for the needs of the project and objectives outlined in this TOR. 

5.0 Expected deliverables
The deliverables for this assignment shall therefore be:
a) Media for development strategy which shall include the core problem, barriers to changes, drivers of change, media landscape, communication objective and media format,
b) Episodes created for media for development
c) Work plan with a proposed monitoring and Evaluation system
d) Airing of Media for development products

5.0 Competence required
The proposed consultant will have to meet the following requirements:
• Good educational background on media and communication, mass communication, journalism, and related academic disciplines
• Proven track record in conducting similar assignments
• Hand on experience with media and communication strategy development and implementation.
• Strong interpersonal skills and emotional intelligence
• Should be result oriented, creative, flexible and gender sensitive Excellent communication skills with good command of Kiswahili and English
• Excellent report writing skills 

6.0 Selection criteria for engagement  
Applicants are advised that proposals will be evaluated using the following criteria: (Please copy and paste the link below to see details on this criteria)
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz0n2K1Q9FOnNnhHNjdqNUFGaUN3THJweU1ON1hYd2J3YXAw/view?usp=sharing

7.0 Applicants are requested to submit:
A: Technical proposal with the following details:
• Understanding of the assignment and its tasks,
• Methodology and approach to be used,
• Operational plan with clear timeline,
• CV of consultant that will implement the work
B: Past Performance
Applicants must prove that they have enough experience in assignments comparable with the work they are bidding for in terms of scope and complexity. Applicants must prove this experience using only and exactly three references for work they have done in the last five years.
Applicants must provide written proof for each of the references giving at least the following data:
– Name of the contracting company/donor, name of the person who managed the contract for the company/donor and e-mail and telephone numbers of the contact person who managed the
contract;
– Title of the project or contract or grant and / or the contract/grant number;
– Time and place of execution for the work done;
– Clear description of the services provided by the applicant (no more than one page); organisations/contractors worked with and assignment performed in the last 3 years.
C: Financial proposal (in TZS) broken out to provide at least the following details
• Consultancy fees (please note that under Tanzanian Law, withholding tax of 5% for national and 15% for international is deducted at source and paid direct to TRA.
• Transport and per diem costs,
• Communication and stationeries.
E: Mandatory Requirements – Copies of:
• Completed and filled Conflict of Interest Statement
• TIN certificate

How to Apply

All these are mandatory items whereby failure to provide any of them will result to disqualification of the whole bid. Please submit the EOI named “EOI – Media for Development for enhancing Women Access to Finance from LGAS – TAM Project” in the subject line and email to: tanzaniaprocurement@snv.org no later than 1700 hrs on 25th November, 2019.

Career Opportunities at Sanlam General Insurance (Tanzania) Limited (Over 50+ Recommended Jobs Update)

Sanlam General Insurance (Tanzania) Limited

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How to Apply

Interested Candidates for this job are kindly requested to send their Email to recruiment@sanlamlifeinsurance.co.tz
Applications Deadline: November 30th, 2019

People & Culture Intern at Sokowatch

About Us:
Sokowatch is transforming communities across Africa by revolutionizing access to essential goods and services. By connecting small shops to the digital economy, we fix inefficient supply chains and provide services that were previously unavailable. Sokowatch aims to provide everything a retailer needs, no wholesalers or banks necessary.

Thousands of retailers across Kenya, Tanzania, and Rwanda use Sokowatch’s mobile ordering and delivery platform to receive the goods they need as quickly and cheaply as possible while also accessing growth financing for the first time. We’re looking to grow our team with highly talented and motivated employees who are excited to work in a fast-paced and dynamic start up environment.

Role: People & Culture Intern
Reporting To: People & Culture Associate
Location: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Recommended:

Duties & Responsibilities:
• Updating of employee information on the staff master list.
• Assist in the on-boarding process for all new employees.
• Drafting contracts for all agents.
• Assist in the end to end employee life cycle of agents.
• Exit management for agents and assist in exit management for all other staff.
• Manage employee records for agents in a confidential manner, including exiting records.
• Coordinate administration tasks e.g. office shopping and office management.
• Assist in performance management.
• Assist in the management of employee benefits and welfare.
• Assist in leave management.
• Assist in implementing any HR projects.
• Undertake any lawful duties as may be assigned by the P&C manager.

Requirements:
The successful candidate will possess:
• 1-2 years of experience.
• Bachelor in HR Management or Diploma in HR.
• Current Associate IHRM membership.
• Strong in oral and written communication in English.
• Good interpersonal abilities.
• Database management and record keeping.
• Ability to maintain the highly confidential nature of the job requirements.
• Demonstrate strong abilities as an organizer, relationship builder, negotiator, problem solver, public speaker, and customer services person.
• Demonstrate resourcefulness and initiative in dealing with daily assumptions.
• Ability to conduct basic training for a group of employees (e.g. on boarding).
• Must love working with people.

How to Apply

Qualified candidates to send their applications to careers@sokowatch.com clearing indicating ‘People and culture Intern’ on the subject by 30th November, 2019. The successful candidates must be ready to join us ASAP. Only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted.

Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) x2 at Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF)

Job Code: 1939
# of openings: 2
Description
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
Sometimes in life there is that moment when it’s possible to make a change for the better. This is one of those moments.
-Elizabeth Glaser
The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation is a global leader in the fight against pediatric HIV and AIDS, working in 19 countries and supporting close to 6,000 sites around the world to prevent the transmission of HIV to children, and to facilitate access to services for those already infected. Today, because of the highly successful work of the Foundation and its partners, pediatric AIDS has been virtually eliminated in the United States. With a growing global staff of over 1,000—nine of 10 who work in the field—the Foundation’s global mission is to implement prevention, care, and treatment; further advance innovative research and to execute strategic and targeted global advocacy activities to bring dramatic change to the lives of millions of women, children, and families worldwide.
Reporting to: Senior Manager – Community Engagement
Job grade: Grade 3
Location: Singida (1) and Manyara (1)
Job Summary
The Community Engagement Assistant (CE Assistant), will work as a key regional cross cutting member of EGPAF’s technical team, coordinating and providing technical assistance to respective region, councils, facilities and communities to maximize comprehensive health services uptake, strengthening referral and linkages across service areas and retention into continuum of care for improved quality of life of clients and communities at large.
Under the supervision of Senior Manager – Community Engagement, he/she will work closely with Regional Acceleration Strategy (RAS) Chairperson, CPC, other project Staff including those from Engender Health to provide technical support to facilities staff, community volunteers to improve implementation of HIV, TB, Gender and Family planning activities in the supported health facilities

Essential Duties and Key Responsibilities
Coordination of Community Engagement Activities in EGPAF supported Region/Councils/Facilities
  • Work closely with the councils project coordinators, site level Volunteers supervisors, volunteers clusters to ensure adequate integration of facilities and community based activities that will increase identification, enrolment & retention of clients in provided services (HTS, PMTCT/EID, ART, TB and family planning).
  • He/ she will work closely with Facilities & Community actors (CSO/FBO, support groups and CHW/CBHSP, CBHS Supervisors/coordinators) to coordinate facility community based treatment supportive activities that increase access & demand of health services provided at health facility and community level such as ART, PMTCT, Family Planning, Adolescents and youth friendly services, Nutrition, TB and gender services.
  • Guide implementation being done by community HBC and CHWs services focal person at regional, district and facility levels on planning, implementation and reporting of the community engagement activities ensuring increased awareness, HIV testing, referral, enrolment and retention

Capacity building, supervision and Monitoring of Community engagement implementation

  • In collaboration with CPCs, oversee and support sites staff to implement community based programs activities to enable clients’ particularly vulnerable population access HIV, TB, GBV and Family planning services through demand creation campaigns
  • Build the capacity of site level staff to implement developed work plan and monitor the performance Indicators progress over time
  • Conduct on job trainings for community volunteers (CHWs, lay counselors, Home based care providers, home based care supervisors) in the project areas like HIV/AIDS, community family Planning, TB, GBV and Coordinate volunteers effort.
  • Build capacity of health facilities staff and CHW to improve treatment adherence and Psychosocial Support Counseling and provision of PHDP [1] package for clients quality of life and retention on services
  • Provide TA to Health facility staff and CHW to strengthen referrals system which include proper filling of referral forms, monitoring of returned referral forms and keeping records appropriately


Working at the Council and Site level

  • Together with the RAS team, will work from one council to another, from one site to another depending the priorities in the region to ensure linkage case management, tracing of missed clinic visits and lost to follow up as well as supporting GBV/VAC and TB contact tracing using community volunteers and Ex-TB group’s members and volunteers.
  • Follow up weekly and monthly site performance on linkage case management and tracing of missed clinic visits in collaboration with the RAS team and the Council Coordinators

Documentation, reporting and sharing

  • With the support from SMCE, she/he will coordinate the Stakeholders inventory list and contacts and update from time to time (this include CHW, Lay Counselors, Support groups, CSO, CHMT etc)
  • Support the data collection, recording and reporting by volunteers using the appropriate formats and submit weekly, monthly and quarterly reports
  • Document & sharing best practices in form of case studies, success stories, abstracts, video clips and experiences from implemented community linkages innovative interventions

Representation and other

  • Liaise with projects and other organization implementing community based services for information sharing to further improve planning for facility and community linkages and referral systems
  • Travel up to 50% in supporting site level project implementation within the region allocated
  • Represent the organization in different collaboration meetings between the government and other program implementers
  • Undertake any other relevant duties as assigned by the direct supervisor or senior management

Education and Experience
Basic Requirement: Nursing, Clinical Medicine with Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Counselling training background
Preferred experience : At least 3 years’ experience working to support Community programs intervention targeting HIV Services, TB, FP and GBV program at both regional, District, facilities and community-level.
Having worked with international USG organization is an added advantage

Additional skills

  • Skill in at least any of the following areas: strengthening service delivery programs, quality improvement, supportive supervision and mentorship program on HIV care and treatment including retention intervention and referral systems and treatment support system
  • Demonstrated in-depth understanding of the Tanzania healthcare system, particularly the public health and community health system particularly Community Based Health Program
  • Demonstrated in-depth understanding of the Tanzania Community Based HIV Services (CBHS) formerly home based care (HBC) services
  • Ability to work in a complex environment with multiple projects/tasks, short deadlines, competing deadlines and intense pressure to perform
  • Awareness of, sensitivity to, and experience in working in multiple socio-economic settings and with multi-cultural staff and groups.
  • Excellent facilitation, oral and written communications skills
  • Good knowledge of basic IT skills including Microsoft word, excel, power point, and outlook and Internet
  • Perfectly bilingual English and Swahili a must

How to Apply

EGPAF is an equal opportunities employer and the position is open to all. Qualified candidates should submit a CV, cover letter indicating their last Salary and relevant certificates explaining how the experience detailed in the CV will contribute to the requirements of the position and references to EGPAF.

Submit your CV and Application on Company Website : Click Here Submissions to be sent to: Senior Human Resource Manager, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation, P.O. BOX 1628, 395 Ursino Park, Mwai Kibaki Road, Morocco. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Or e-mail: recruitment.tanzania@pedaids.org Closing date: November 17th 2019 Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Career Opportunities at Informatics Telkom Limited (Over 10+ Recommended Jobs Update)

Job Title: ADVANCED LEVEL SCIENCE TEACHERS
(PCB, PCM, PGM, CBG, EGM)
Job Title: LABORATORY TECHNICIANS
(Physics, Biology & Chemistry)
JOB DESCRIPTION
Objective:
  • To provide a high level of education to the school’s students and help them learn new ideas and concepts.
  • To ensure the students meet the required standards of the Tanzanian advanced education system.
About the School: The school is located in Arusha, and initially it will carry 150 science
students.
Position: 12 Teachers, 3 Laboratory Technicians (Physics, Biology and Chemistry).
Duties & Responsibilities for Science Teachers;
Instructional:
  • Demonstrates a desire to meaningfully integrate technology in the classroom
  • Employs a variety of teaching methods to engage different learning styles and ability levels in the classroom.
  • Prepares motivating and stimulating lessons that reflects knowledge of curriculum, student development and abilities.
  • Encourages an inclusive classroom that accepts the different perspectives and backgrounds of the students and elicits and greater understanding of the world around them with global perspective.
  • Utilizes a variety of assessments and uses data in the classroom and develop lessons and instructional activities as needed.
  • Update curriculum and materials as needed.


Teaching and learning environment:

  • Teach one or more National Curriculum subjects to students in one or more Year levels
  • Plan lessons in line with National Curriculum syllabus documents and in accordance with the school policy
  • Creates a learning environment that is motivating and age appropriate, setting clear expectations for classwork and homework while maintain current books and instructional resources that support the classroom learning.
  •  Seeks to actively know students strengths and weaknesses and respond promptly and with care to parents concerns, communicates effectively with parents, colleagues and administration.
  • Maintains an accurate and organized system for monitoring student’s grades and record. Meets reporting deadlines and requirements and follows school-wide procedures for reporting grades.
  • Prepares well-thought-out and thorough conference reports and written documentation on student progress. Maintains substitute’s plans and engages substitutes in advance when needed and when possible.
  • Demonstrates strong classroom management’s skills.
  • Liaise and collaborate with colleagues fully support the work of the departments and fulfill the school’s mission and purpose.
  • Work hard hand in hand with the HOD/level coordinator to ensure that the academic and discipline of students is attained at high standards.
  • To be on duty (T.O.D) as per the Campus Schedule from Operation office.
  • Periodically suggest improvements to the department’s procedure and submit to your supervisor for approval.


Professional Development:

  • Demonstrates a willingness to learn, grow, and improve as a teacher.
  • Continues to update knowledge of content area (s) taught.
  • Engages in goal setting and review process with assigned administrator.
  • Attends and participates appropriately in full, divisional, and departmental/team faculty meetings.


School and Community

  • Maintains a positive attitude and approach.
  • Support colleagues.
  • Represents the school in large community in a positive manner.
  • Assist with projects and school-wide initiatives.
  • Other work-related duties as assigned by supervisor or management.


Duties & Responsibilities of Labs Technicians (Chemistry, Physics and Biology)

  • Maintain, clean, or sterilize laboratory instruments or equipment.
  • Provide and maintain a safe work environment by participating in safety programs, committees, or teams and by conducting laboratory or plant safety audits.
  • Monitor product quality to ensure compliance with standards and specifications.
  • Conduct chemical or physical laboratory tests
  • Order and inventory materials to maintain supplies.
  • Train new lab technician’s assistance on topics such as the proper operation of laboratory equipment.
  • Prepare chemical solutions for products or processes, following standardized formulas, or create experimental formulas.
  • Set up and conduct chemical/equipments experiments, tests, and analyses, using techniques such as chromatography, spectroscopy, physical or chemical separation techniques, or microscopy.
  • Develop or conduct programs of sampling and analysis to maintain quality standards of raw materials, chemical intermediates, or products.
  • Write technical reports or prepare graphs or charts to document experimental results.

Qualification and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree required with higher GPA Pass is required, Master’s degree will be added as an advantage for Science teachers
  • Ordinary Diploma in Science and Laboratory Technology with Higher GPA pass is required, Bachelor degree will be added as an advantage for laboratory Technicians.
  • 3+ years of experience for Senior professionals and 1 year for Junior professionals in teaching for teachers and lab managements for lab technicians with outstanding performance
  • The ability to contribute meaningfully to extracurricular programming are preferred. Candidates must have excellent writing, interpersonal, and organization skills, and ability to work with independence in dealing with the diverse elements of academic environment.
  • An energetic, ethical, well disciplined, appropriate dressing code and friendly attitude with the ability to be flexible, patient, personable, easy going and conduct yourself in a professional manner.
  • Strong time management skills.

How to Apply

Interested Candidates for this job are kindly requested to send their CV accompanied by a Cover Letter through email by 19th November, 2019. Email: info@informaticstelkom.com CC i

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. Informatics Telkom Ltd P.O Box 297, Arusha – Tanzania / Kona ya Nairobi Street, Corner Plaza, 2 nd Floor

Field Assistance at SEGA

Msichana wa Kisasa (MK) Program employs SEGA and MK graduates as mentors and facilitators of girls club in local communities to increase the impact and reach of the Sega School. Mk Field assistant coordinates mentorship activities in their respective districts. The program aims at building knowledge, awareness and skills on communication, hygiene, girl’s rights, sexual reproductive health, pregnancies and diseases prevention and financial literacy. 

Responsibilities:
  • Supervise all mentors
  • Meet all mentors at least once per week and discuss the sessions in the communities
  • Get feedback from mentors
  • Communicate with village leaders, parents, and other stake holders if necessary
Academic Requirements:
  • Diploma in Community Development/ social work or related field plus at least 1 year experience

How to Apply

Application Requirement:

Only CV and Application Letter to be sent to:

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Deadline: 20th November, 2019.

Social Behavior Change Officer at AICT Diocese of Tabora in USAID Tulonge Afya Project

Overview
Africa Inland Church Diocese of Tabora is a Faith Based Organization (FBO) which was officially registered under Act CAP. 337 (R.E 2002) of Tanzania on 2008 with registration number S.A.6242, the core vision of the organization is to proclaim GOD news and at the same time meeting socio-economic needs of the societies around. Although the Organization has Holistic approach to serve the society of Tabora, also is supporting the society to overcome poverty and to improve their wellbeing as clearly stipulated on Organization Vision and Mission.
Job Summary
AICT Diocese of Tabora is looking for enthusiastic, creative, energetic, skilled and committed staff to fill the currently available position (Social Behavior Change Officer) for USAID Tulonge Afya project. USAID Tulonge Afye Project is five years USAID funded Project from 2016 to 2021. The project aims to catalyze opportunities for Tanzanians to improve their health status by transforming socio-cultural norms and supporting the adoption of healthier behaviors. The project covers 30 Wards of Tabora Municipal and Uyui DC.
The successful candidate will be offered 1 YEAR contract, renureble regarding to availability of fund and successful performance.
  • Minimum Qualification: Unspecified
  • Experience Level: Mid level
  • Experience Length: 1 year

How to Apply

Please manually apply for this job using the details below: General Guidelines to Applicants

The following are general guidelines and conditions to be observed by all applicants: i. Applications must be addressed to General Secretary through the following e-mail address:

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No any other means of communication will be allowed for submission process.

ii. The application MUST include cover letter and CV. Academic certificates and letter of recommendation from church you worship at will be needed once pass for next step of an interview. iii. The closing date for applications is 20TH NOVEMBER, 2019, 23:59 Tanzania Time iv. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Stanbic Graduate Program at Standard Bank Tanzania

Job Details
Stanbic Bank Tanzania Ltd would like to take this opportunity to inform you that we have officially launched our Stanbic Graduate Program. The program is geared towards identifying talented graduates, from all disciplines, who will go through rigorous and robust screening process, with the aim of grooming them to competent bankers.
Job Purpose
Graduate
Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities
Graduate
Preferred Qualification and Experience
Bachelor Degree with Hons (First Class or Upper Second)
Masters Degree
Knowledge/Technical Skills/Expertise
  • Good writing skills
  • Strong communication
  • Confident
  • Hard Working
  • Desire to Learn
  • Computer Literate

How to Apply

PLEASE NOTE: All our recruitment and selection processes comply with applicable local laws and regulations. We will never ask for money or any form of payment as part of our recruitment process. If you experience this, please contact our Fraudline on +27 800222050 or forward to TransactionFraudOpsSA@standardbank.co.za

Truck Drivers at Juba Transport Limited

Juba Transport Limited
Juba Transport Limited requires the services of qualified persons to fill the positions of Truck Driver .
Job Purpose :
Operates a truck or and trailer to deliver cargo to company contracted sites and clients while complying with all safe work practices , policies , and processes .

Key Responsibilities :
Deliver goods while operating a tractor-trailer truck , sometimes over intercity routes or spanning several countries
Load , handle and transport materials and heavy cargo safely
Complete and verify paperwork of the assigned cargo
Deliver load with good attention to customer service and safety
Adhere to laws on commercial vehicles and all state (SADC) traffic laws

 

Qualification and Requirements :
Grade 12 school certificate
Must have minimum 4 years’ experience in a similar job
Valid PSV drivers licence class ‘CE’
Must have valid Dangerous Goods and Defensive Driving Certificates (ENAC)
Should be medically fit
Clean driving record
Able to pass random drug tests

How to Apply

Interested candidates who meet the above requirements should apply with their cover letter and CV only in a single document . Please send to : recruitment@jubatransport.co.zm Advert will close on 15th November 2019. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Riders at Speedball Courier Services Ltd

Job Summary

Our Client offering courier services across the country is looking for Riders.

  • Minimum Qualification: Certificate
  • Experience Level: Entry level
  • Experience Length: 2 years
Job Description

Location: Tanzania
• Collect and deliver documents, packages or parcels to and from customers
• Run errands such as banking of cheques, payment of bills, renewal of licenses.
• Proper documentation of all collections and deliveries
• Reconciliation of daily deliveries/ activities
• Custodian of allocated motorbike and accessories.
• Keep allocated motorbike clean and in good working condition
• Undertake office errands when need arises

Requirements
• Ability to communicate effectively (oral and written) in English and Kiswahili.
• Minimum education level: (C.S.E)
• High level of integrity
• Good customer service skills
• High level of personal hygiene
• Previous work experience as a rider a great advantage
• Good knowledge of the towns and environs
• Valid Motorcycle Driving License with at least 2 years of experience in riding a motorcycle.

How to Apply

Please manually apply for this job using the details below: Send your application letter, CV to hr@speedballcourier.com by 06th November 2019. When applying do quote the post you are applying for in the Subject.

Cleaners/ Room Attendants x3 at Mbwawa Secondary School

Job Summary

ELCT- ECD is actively looking for an outstanding Cleaners/ room attendant (3)

  • Minimum Qualification: Certificate
  • Experience Level: Entry level
  • Experience Length: 1 year
Job Description
Qualifications
  • Applicant should possess the relevant skills and certificates from a recognized college.
  • At least one year working experience in the similar position
General conditions to be observed
  • Good standard of personal presentation
  • Should have good customer care service skills
  • Should be calm and well organized even when working under pressure.
  • Should be a good team player
  • Age limit should be between 20-40 years.

How to Apply

All applicants are required to get endorsement from their respective Pastors/ Parishes Enclosed detailed CV and academic certificates; All applicants must indicate two referees with their addresses; Qualified and suitable Candidates are strongly advised to apply; Deadline for application is 20th November 2019. All applications should be addressed to the: SECRETARY GENERAL, ELCT-EASTERN AND COASTAL DIOCESE, LUTHER HOUSE BUILDING, P.O. BOX 837, DAR ES SALAAM. Email: info@elctecd.org PHYSICAL ADDRESS: Luther House Sokoine Drive.

Laundry person at Mbwawa Secondary School

Job Summary

ELCT- ECD is actively looking for an outstanding Laundry person (1)

  • Minimum Qualification: Unspecified
  • Experience Level: Entry level
  • Experience Length: 1 year
Job Description
Qualifications
  • Should have a relevant skills and certificates from a recognized college
  • At least one year working experience in the similar position

How to Apply

All applicants are required to get endorsement from their respective Pastors/ Parishes Enclosed detailed CV and academic certificates; All applicants must indicate two referees with their addresses; Qualified and suitable Candidates are strongly advised to apply; Deadline for application is 20th November 2019. All applications should be addressed to the: SECRETARY GENERAL, ELCT-EASTERN AND COASTAL DIOCESE, LUTHER HOUSE BUILDING, P.O. BOX 837, DAR ES SALAAM. Email: info@elctecd.org PHYSICAL ADDRESS: Luther House Sokoine Drive.

Safety Officers x5 at HR World Limited

Location: GEITA  NYAKANAZI
HR World on behalf of our reputable client (Construction Company) we are looking for a safety Officer to work on a Transmission line project.
QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor degree in Environmental Engineering or any related field
REQUIREMENTS:
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in similar position.
  • Must have experience in electrical projects.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Mantain & deliver the best service to workers as well as the company for Safety, Health and Environment implementation.
  • Ensuring that safe work practices are followed at the plant & project sites.
  • To conduct safety training, Inspection, Audit, Safety walks & report.
  • Conduct tool box talk on daily basis.
  • Job Hazards, unsafe acts & condition take corrective & preventive action
  • Daily and quarterly inspection of specific machines or tools as per standards.
  • Auditing sites for safety compliance as per procedures/Processes.
  • Auditing people safety awareness, processes, procedures, using safety equipment.
  • Support investigation for any safety violations/incidents/accidents, prepare reports, take corrective actions to management team.
  • Train the workers for the emergency situations and also for the use of fire extinguisher.

How to Apply

Interested candidates may send their CV (Ms word format only) to recruitment@hrworld.co.tz before 10th November 2019. 

Volunteers x8 at SNV Tanzania

Job Summary
The volunteers will be placed at project boundary partners’ stations in the dairy and sunflower markets systems. The boundary partners in the dairy market systems and their locations in brackets are Kilimanjaro Dairy Cooperatives Joint Enterprises KDCJE Ltd (Boma Ngombe in Hai district) and Tanzania Milk Processors Association TAMPA (Dar es Salaam). On the other hand, the boundary partners in sunflower markets systems and their locations in brackets are Mbeya Sunflower Oil Processors – MBESOPA (Mbeya city), Mbeya Business Councils (Mbeya city), Sumbawanga Women SMEs (Sumbawanga town DC), Mwambani AMCOs (Songwe DC), Mishamo AMCOs (Mpanda DC) and Sunflowers Farmers Association SUFA (Dodoma).
  • Minimum Qualification: Bachelor
  • Experience Level: Volunteer, internship
  • Experience Length: 2 years

Job Description
Name of assignment – BP Capacity Building Support
Terms of reference title  – Volunteer Capacity Building Support
Sector and Program – Agriculture Sector
Project – Transforming Agricultural Markets TAM
Geographical focus – Dar es Salaam, Arusha, Dodoma, Mbeya, Songwe, Rukwa and Katavi regions
Proposed start date – 15th November, 2019
Proposed end date -15th June, 2020
Open to: Volunteers (8 positions) 1 Dar es Salaam, 1 Bomang’ombe, 1 Dodoma, 2 Mbeya, 1 Songwe, 1 Rukwa, 1 Katavi
1.0. Introduction
SNV is implementing a two-year project called Transforming Agricultural Markets (TAM), which started in August 2018, and is funded by UKAID. The TAM project aims to improve livelihoods and economic opportunity for smallholder farmers by empowering them to effect changes in the dairy and sunflower market systems through engaging with government and private sector stakeholders. The Capacity Building volunteer is expected to focus on providing support in increasing technical capacity of the project boundary and strategic partners which will enhance knowledge sharing, learning, debating and collective action from dairy and sunflower stakeholders and also increase responsiveness from the government. This in a long term will improve the sub-sectors’ competitiveness and increase employment opportunities and income for dairy and sunflower smallholder farmers. 
2.0. Background
SNV, Netherlands Development Organization is an international, not-for-profit, development organization, working in 36 of the poorest countries worldwide, including 17 countries in Sub Saharan Africa. We focus on achieving impact in Agriculture; Energy; and Water, Sanitation & Hygiene. By sharing our specialist expertise in Agriculture; Energy; and Water, Sanitation & Hygiene, our global team of local and international advisors works with local partners to equip communities, businesses and organisations with the tools, knowledge and connections they need to increase their incomes and gain access to basic services– empowering them to break the cycle of poverty and guide their own development.

The TAM project Theory of Change is that by working with citizens, private sector and government at sub-national level on specific, actor-led systems issues to produce data and facilitate stakeholder analysis the project can broaden understanding, build consensus, and strengthen accountability relationships for collective action to:

i) make existing policies work at the local level
ii) Provide empirical and written evidence for national level policy dialogue and reforms.
The project aims at achieving the following impact and outcomes:
Impact: Improved and inclusive access to basic services, and strengthened business environment for sunflower and dairy small holders and agribusinesses.
Outcomes: Increased Responsiveness of government to the issues of SHFs and SMEs.
Increased collective actions of the stakeholders for the improvement of access to basic services, entitlements and business environment.

The project is being implemented in two market systems; dairy and sunflower markets systems to achieve its intended impact and outcomes. Various boundary and strategic partners have been identified and engaged in these two market systems to carry out interventions which addresses actor-led issues in a responsive and accountable manner to enhance delivery of basic services and strengthen the business environment. The boundary and strategic partners include SHF organisations, LGAs and national government institutions, and SMEs (processors and inputs providers). These partners are involved in addressing issues in the 4 key results areas. The areas for increased responsiveness and accountability relations are, functional cooperatives and harmonisation of regulations in the dairy market system, whereas contract farming and women access to finance in the sunflower market system. The boundary and strategic partners were strengthened by the project with a range of capacity building interventions in order to address governance bottlenecks and constraints which limit the delivery of services and conducive business environment in the 4 key results areas.

In addition to capacity strengthening, the project supports the boundary and strategic partners in enhancing their voices to communicate key messages to a wider public in order to raise awareness about what is transpiring in the market systems, to advocate and lobby for good governance especially accountability in the delivery of services and enhancing conducive business enabling environment.

3.0. Objective and purpose of the assignment
The objective of the assignment is strengthened capacity of boundary and strategic partners to address governance issues which constrain the dairy and sunflower market systems, through collective action. The purpose of the assignment is to support to boundary and strategic partners to promote and document collective action processes which address market constraints, using an outcome mapping approach. 

4.0. Scope of work
The volunteers will be placed at project boundary partners’ stations in the dairy and sunflower markets systems. The boundary partners in the dairy market systems and their locations in brackets are Kilimanjaro Dairy Cooperatives Joint Enterprises KDCJE Ltd (Boma Ngombe in Hai district) and Tanzania Milk Processors Association TAMPA (Dar es Salaam). On the other hand, the boundary partners in sunflower markets systems and their locations in brackets are Mbeya Sunflower Oil Processors – MBESOPA (Mbeya city), Mbeya Business Councils (Mbeya city), Sumbawanga Women SMEs (Sumbawanga town DC), Mwambani AMCOs (Songwe DC), Mishamo AMCOs (Mpanda DC) and Sunflowers Farmers Association SUFA (Dodoma).

To realize the objective the volunteer is required to undertake the following scope of work:
• Facilitating the planning and validating of BP work plans
• Coordinating the Media for development activities which promote collective action
• Facilitating the use and validation of the OJ tool of each BP
• Providing support for facilitating dialogues between the stakeholders and the government
• Facilitating documentation of significant governance changes
• Planning and organizing internal (BP) learning and knowledge sharing sessions
• Regular updating of the project media file
• Facilitating the development of monthly action plans and then follow-up their implementation
• Preparing weekly reports on progress of BP behavioral change
• Requesting and processing Mpesa payments approvals,
• Preparing and submitting the end of the assignment report (Format: Introduction, methodology, key findings, conclusions and recommendation. Also include annexes. 

5.0. Methodology
The volunteer will propose a methodology for the assignment and provide justification of the proposed methodology. It is suggested that the methodology should include, but is not limited to the following:
i. Face-to-face discussions with key TAM project staff to create a common understanding on the assignment and its deliverables and to develop weekly plans.
ii. A desktop review of relevant project and sector documents.
iii. Preparation and facilitation of meetings and discussions with the boundary partners and strategic partner and National Task Force members using interactive and participatory approaches. 

6.0. Time Frame, deliverables and reporting
6.1 Timeframe
The assignment period is for a total period not exceeding 7 months, delivered within the period 15th November, 2019 and 15th June, 2020.
6.2 Deliverables
i. Semi-annual and monthly reports on progress of behavioural change
ii. Semi-annual and monthly updated OJs of each BP
iii. Monthly work plan
iv. Updated Project media file
6.3 Reporting
The volunteer will work under the supervision and direction of and report to the TAM M&E Advisor. 

7.0 Competence required
The volunteer must clearly demonstrate skills and experience for this assignment in:
• Bachelor degree in a development related field
• Solid experience working under minimum supervision
• Proficient in Microsoft office package
• At least 2 years of experience; working in the development field in East Africa, including Tanzania
• Experience in M&E may be an added advantage
• Proven ability to produce high quality analysis and documentation

8.0 Selection criteria for engagement (Please click the link below to get more details on this criteria)
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9.0 Applicants are requested to submit:
A. CV, clearly outlining relevant tasks and assignments of a similar nature
B. Details of at least 3 assignments conducted by the volunteer in similar work in the past 24 months.
C. Volunteer must provide relevant contact details for each contracting firm or employer.

D. Certified copies of Qualifications referenced in the CV 

How to Apply

Please manually apply for this job using the details below: Please submit your Expression of Interest entitled “Volunteer CB Support – TAM Project” in the subject line and email to: tanzaniaprocurement@snv.org no later than 17:00 hrs on Monday 03rd November, 2019.

Driver III x3 at National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR)

QUALIFICATION:

  • Holder of Form IV National Examination Certificate with Class C valid driving license. Must have a clean record in driving for at least three years. Holder of Trade Test Grade III (motor vehicle mechanics) will be considered first.

SALARY SCALE: POSS 2.1
DUTY STATION: Tabora/Mwanza/DSM

How to Apply

Interested applicants who meets the specified qualifications should submit her/ his application letter channeled through his/her current employer, together with photocopies of certificates, valid licenses and updated curriculum vitae within 14 days from the date of first appearance of this announcement to:-

Director General,National Institute for Medical Research,Barack Obama Drive,P.O. Box 9653,11101 Dar es Salaam,Tanzania.

Applications may also be submitted as an email attachment to dg_office@nimr.or.tz. The e-mail subject should specify the position applied such appli­cations must be accompanied by a signed scanned application letter, copy of certificates and Curriculum Vitae. Applicants should indicate their willingness and commitment to cover the transfer cost. Only successful qualified applicants will be contacted for further procedures. The closing date for receipt of applications is November 06, 2019.

Working Lands Director, Africa Program at The Nature Conservancy

Job ID 47014

Location Africa

Full/Part Time Full-Time

Regular/Temporary Regular

OFFICE LOCATION Arusha,

TNC is looking for an experienced professional to head an expanding team focused on agriculture and forestry and other sustainable land-use in Africa. This position’s main focus will be on developing high leverage partnerships with bilaterals, corporations and other NGOs working in this space in support of our existing Agriculture, Forestry and Energy Strategies within TNC Africa.

A key focus of our Agriculture focus is to bring value-added science, policy and resource support to improve agricultural systems in Africa, while maintaining the environmental services and biodiversity which are at the core of our institutional mission. Our Forestry is focused on both avoided deforestation and tree planting as a means to restore degraded lands, contributing to carbon sequestration goals and building a forestry sector in east Africa. Our Energy and Infrastructure work is focused on improved siting and management of new infrastructure and renewable energy (hydro, solar, wind) in order to reduce negative impacts on nature.

 

The primary focus in the short term will be an existing portfolio of landscape-level agricultural sites in Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia, including the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor in Tanzania, but in the longer term we aspire to have system-level influence in the countries we operate in and play our part in contributing to Africa’s SDGs. This position reports to Africa Conservation Director and based in either Nairobi, Kenya, or Arusha or Dar es Salaam in Tanzania.

 

Strategic Background

TNC’s Africa region, in collaboration with our Global Lands team, has developed a strategic framework for our work on agriculture and land-use in Africa, with a focus on soil health, water and habitat conservation. This nests within a broader global strategy of sustainable intensification, which takes as a starting point the fact that population is predicted stabilize at 9.7 billion people by 2050., and that world food supply will need to increase by between 70 and 100% by then, to feed and support the population and expanding middle class expected to reach developed country per capita income levels a generation from now. This poses major challenges for conservation – especially in Africa. TNC Africa’s guiding principles to address these challenges include; Sustainable Intensification; Expansion of agricultural area; Intensified agriculture while maintaining the environmental services on which producers and society depend.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Working Lands Director will oversee supervision of multidisciplinary team, recruitment of additional members, management of existing high level partnerships and collaborations in public and private sector, identification and management of new partnerships, coordination with senior TNC management in Africa and globally on all issues around agriculture, land use and development in Africa. Leading and supporting, as necessary, fundraising efforts for the program, focusing primarily on foundations, corporate and bilateral/multilateral donors, representing TNC in public spaces and speaking for the organization on issues relevant to food security and development in Africa, briefing top TNC management addressing those issues, ensuring African perspectives and priorities around food security are represented in high level strategic discussions and decision-making within TNC at senior management level.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES AND SCOPE
• Negotiates complex agreements, sometimes in political environments.
• Develops and implements creative ideas to improve overall performance in conservation strategies.
• Formulates, evaluates, and decides broad organizational policies and long-term programs.
• Anticipates, diagnoses, and resolves complex problems and identifies creative solutions.
• Broad management and leadership responsibility working across a matrix organization.
• Establish clear directions and set stretch objectives.
• Identify, cultivate and solicit major donors in support of program activities.
• Responsible for financial management of program, including setting financial goals, analyzing results, and taking corrective actions.
• Ensure that programmatic commitments, financial standards, and legal requirements are met
• Ensures that program complies with TNC policies and procedures and external (donor/legal) requirements
• Assesses decisions’ potential impact on colleagues’ work, public image, scientific credibility, and financial and legal standings
• Makes decisions based on incomplete or ambiguous information and accepts associated risks
• Makes independent strategic decisions frequently based on analysis, experience, and judgment
• Builds cooperative relationships and collaborates with diverse groups, including land owners, conservation partners, government officials, donors, board members, and the general public, to recruit support for the Conservancy and publicize Conservancy efforts.
• Commands attention, changes tactics midstream as necessary, and manages group processes during presentations or discussions.
• Establish excellent working relationships with outside partners, state/local/federal agencies, land managers, private landowners and the academic community. Leverages constructive and effective relationships inside and outside the Conservancy.
• Work effectively in high-tension situations and maintain composure under pressure. Diffuses high-tension situations comfortably.
• Work and communicate effectively with a diverse group of people, including scientists, preserve staff, and others, providing and obtaining needed information.
• Be able to articulate lessons learned regarding conservation initiative successes and failures.
• Ability to simplify and explain complex issues to general audiences.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
• BA/BS degree and 12 years’ experience in conservation practice or equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Expert knowledge of current development, environmental and agricultural trends in Africa, especially East Africa
• Experience developing and maintaining partnerships with national governments, multi-national corporations, aid agencies and non-governmental organizations to advance the goals of a particular program.
• Experience directing a major program of strategic importance, including management/supervision of multi-disciplinary teams
• Experience and track record in proposal development and fundraising.
• Experience designing, implementing, and directing complex or multiple projects of strategic importance, including managing finances, supervising multidisciplinary professionals and coordinating the work of partners while meeting deadlines.
• Supervisory experience, including motivating, leading, setting objectives and managing performance.
• Experience conceiving and implementing strategic and creative initiatives.
• Experience negotiating.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
• Postgraduate degree and a minimum of 10 years’ experience in agricultural development and sustainability, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Multi- lingual and multi-cultural or cross-cultural experience appreciated.
• Experience developing practical applications of scientific concepts and technical innovations for conservation purposes.
• Knowledge of politics and society with respect to environmental affairs.
• Communicating clearly via written, spoken, and graphical means in English and other relevant languages.
• Politically savvy.
• Require frequent travel domestically and/or internationally
• Ability to work in variable weather conditions, at remote locations, on difficult and hazardous terrain, and under physically demanding circumstances.

The Nature Conservancy is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Our commitment to diversity includes the recognition that our conservation mission is best advanced by the leadership and contributions of men and women of diverse backgrounds, beliefs and culture. Recruiting and mentoring staff to create an inclusive organization that reflects our global character is a priority and we encourage applicants from all cultures, races, colors, religions, sexes, national or regional origins, ages, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity, military, protected veteran status or other status protected by law.
Special consideration given to nationals of the locations.
The successful applicant must meet the requirements of The Nature Conservancy’s background screening process.

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To apply to position number 47014, submit resume (required) and cover letter separately using the upload buttons. All applications must be submitted in the system prior to 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on October 26, 2019. Click “submit” to apply for the position or “save for later” to create a draft application for future submission. Once submitted, applications cannot be revised or edited. Failure to complete required fields may result in your application being disqualified from consideration. If you experience technical issues, please refer to our applicant user guide or contact applyhelp@tnc.org.

20+ Various Jobs at Tanzania Forest Service (TFS)

Tanzania Forest Service (TFS) is a semi-autonomous government Executive Agency whose establishment is supported by the Executive Agency Act (Cap. 245 Revised Edition 2009), the National Forest and Beekeeping Policies adopted in March 1998 and administered through The Forest Act (No. 14 of 2002) and Beekeeping Act (No. 15 of 2002) which provides legal framework for the management of forests and bee resources. TFS will develop and manage forest and bee resources sustainably in collaboration with stakeholders in order to deliver sufficient and quality goods and services to meet local and international socio-economic and environmental needs.

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Massive Recruitment at Southern African Development Community (Over 80+ Job Positions)

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) is a regional economic community founded and maintained by countries in Southern Africa. It aims to further the socio-economic, political and security cooperation among its Member States and foster regional integration in order to achieve peace, stability and wealth. SADC currently has fifteen Member States[1] with a population of approximately 327 million people and a combined GDP of USD 600 billion (2016).

The Secretariat is currently recruiting for various positions to enhance its capacity to deliver on the above mandate. The Secretariat is therefore inviting suitably qualified and experienced citizens of SADC to apply for the following positions tenable at its Headquarters in Gaborone, Botswana or as stated in the job advert:

Position

Job Grade

1. Senior Officer – Defense Affairs and Planning

4

2. Senior Officer Operations & Training (Based in Harare, Zimbabwe)

4

3. Senior Translator – Portuguese

5

4. Senior Programme Officer – Meteorology

4

5. Re-advert –  Head Civilian

4

6. Re-advert- Senior Programme Officer – Documentation and Information

5

7. Re-advert – Senior Programme Officer – IN-SITU Conservation

5

8. Re-advert – Senior Programme Officer Transport

4

9. Re-advert – Reviser French

5

10. Programme Officer – Wildlife

6

11. Programme Officer – Value Chains

6

12. Programme Officer – Industrial Policy

6

13. Programme Officer – ICT

6

14. Communication Officer – Internal

6

15. Programme Officer – Fiscal

6

16. Training and Roster Officer

6

17. Officer – Meetings Management and Logistics x 2

6

18. Programme Officer – Climate Database and IT        (Climate Services Centre)

6

19. Programme Officer – Climate Diagnosis and Monitoring  (Climate Services Centre)

6

20. Programme Officer – Climate Modelling  (Climate Services Centre)

6

21. Programme Officer – Seasonal and Climate Forecaster  (Climate Services Centre)

6

22. Information Systems Officer

6

23. Translator x 2 (French)

6

24. Legal Counsel

6

25. Officer Research and Statistics x 2

6

26. Re-Advert –  Programme Officer – Gender Mainstreaming

6

27. Re-advert – Programme Officer – Capital Markets

6

28. Re-advert – Operation and Plan Officer

6

29. Re-advert – Planning and Budget Support Officer

6

30. Re-advert –  Programme Officer – Regional Trade

6

31. Officer Records

6

32. IT Internal Auditor

6

Remuneration

The SADC Secretariat offers a competitive package for all the positions as outlined below.

Job Grade 

Average Package per Annum:

Job Grade 4

US$ 81, 650

Job Grade 6

US$ 72, 527

Job Grade 5

US$ 77, 090

Tenure of appointment

All appointments for the above positions will be on a fixed term contract for a period of four (4) years, renewable once for an equal period subject to satisfactory performance, retirement age limit of 60 years and the continued need for the position.

Eligibility

The positions are open to qualified applicants who:

  • Are 50 years old or younger. This requirement is based on the Organization’s need to recruit staff who can serve for a reasonable period of time before reaching the mandatory retirement age of 60 years.
  • Are from the following eligible Member States: Angola, DRC, Madagascar, Mauritius, Mozambique, Seychelles, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
  • Citizens from all SADC Member States are eligible to apply for re-advertised positions.

Closing Date and Submission of Applications: Applications must be submitted to the SADC National Contact Point of the  eligible Member States not later than or on 17th July, 2019.

Applications should be accompanied by the following:

a)              a cover letter stating the position that you want to be considered for and describe how your qualifications, experience and competencies are relevant to the position;

b)              a five (5) page updated curriculum vitae;

c)              certified copies of your degree(s), Diploma(s) and Certificate(s); and

d)              duly completed SADC Application Form.

Should you be shortlisted, you will be required to produce evidence of educational and professional qualifications supporting your application, on the day of your interview.

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32+ SADC Job Positions For SADC Region

Background

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) is a regional economic community founded and maintained by countries in Southern Africa. It aims to further the socio-economic, political and security cooperation among its Member States and foster regional integration in order to achieve peace, stability and wealth. SADC currently has fifteen Member States[1] with a population of approximately 327 million people and a combined GDP of USD 600 billion (2016).

The Secretariat is currently recruiting for various positions to enhance its capacity to deliver on the above mandate. The Secretariat is therefore inviting suitably qualified and experienced citizens of SADC to apply for the following positions tenable at its Headquarters in Gaborone, Botswana or as stated in the job advert:

Position Job Grade
1. Senior Officer – Defense Affairs and Planning 4
2. Senior Officer Operations & Training (Based in Harare, Zimbabwe) 4
3. Senior Translator – Portuguese 5
4. Senior Programme Officer – Meteorology 4
5. Re-advert –  Head Civilian 4
6. Re-advert- Senior Programme Officer – Documentation and Information 5
7. Re-advert – Senior Programme Officer – IN-SITU Conservation 5
8. Re-advert – Senior Programme Officer Transport 4
9. Re-advert – Reviser French 5
10. Re-advert – Programme Officer – Wildlife 6
11. Programme Officer – Value Chains 6
12. Programme Officer – Industrial Policy 6
13. Programme Officer – ICT 6
14. Communication Officer – Internal 6
15. Programme Officer – Fiscal 6
16. Training and Roster Officer 6
17. Officer – Meetings Management and Logistics x 2 6
18. Programme Officer – Climate Database and IT        (Climate Services Centre) 6
19. Programme Officer – Climate Diagnosis and Monitoring  (Climate Services Centre) 6
20. Programme Officer – Climate Modelling  (Climate Services Centre) 6
21. Programme Officer – Seasonal and Climate Forecaster  (Climate Services Centre) 6
22. Information Systems Officer 6
23. Translator x 2 (French) 6
24. Legal Counsel 6
25. Officer Research and Statistics x 2 6
26. Re-Advert –  Programme Officer – Gender Mainstreaming 6
27. Re-advert – Programme Officer – Capital Markets 6
28. Re-advert – Operation and Plan Officer 6
29. Re-advert – Planning and Budget Support Officer 6
30. Re-advert –  Programme Officer – Regional Trade 6
31. Officer Records 6
32. IT Internal Auditor 6

Remuneration

The SADC Secretariat offers a competitive package for all the positions as outlined below.

Job Grade  Average Package per Annum:
Job Grade 4 US$ 81, 650
Job Grade 6 US$ 72, 527
Job Grade 5 US$ 77, 090

Tenure of appointment

All appointments for the above positions will be on a fixed term contract for a period of four (4) years, renewable once for an equal period subject to satisfactory performance, retirement age limit of 60 years and the continued need for the position.

Eligibility

The positions are open to qualified applicants who:

Are 50 years old or younger. This requirement is based on the Organization’s need to recruit staff who can serve for a reasonable period of time before reaching the mandatory retirement age of 60 years.

Are from the following eligible Member States: Angola, DRC, Madagascar, Mauritius, Mozambique, Seychelles, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Citizens from all SADC Member States are eligible to apply for re-advertised positions.

Closing Date and Submission of Applications: Applications must be submitted to the SADC National Contact Point https://www.sadc.int/opportunities/employment/national-contact-points/ of the  eligible Member States not later than or on 17th July, 2019.

Applications should be accompanied by the following:

  1. a)              a cover letter stating the position that you want to be considered for and describe how your qualifications, experience and competencies are relevant to the position;
  2. b)              a five (5) pageupdated curriculum vitae;
  3. c)              certified copies of your degree(s), Diploma(s) and Certificate(s); and
  4. d)              duly completed SADC Application Form.

Should you be shortlisted, you will be required to produce evidence of educational and professional qualifications supporting your application, on the day of your interview.

Gender Mainstreaming

SADC is an equal opportunity employer and particularly encourages applications from female candidates.

If you are results orientated, you have a passion for the transformation and development of Southern Africa, and possess the required competencies, please submit your application.

Only applicants who meet the requirements of the SADC Secretariat and being considered for interview, will be contacted. Should you not hear from the SADC Secretariat within two months after the closing date, kindly consider your application as unsuccessful.

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For further details on the position that you want to apply for, job profiles and SADC Application Form, refer to the SADC Website: www.sadc.int

Details can also be obtained from the National Contact Point in your respective country.

[1] The Southern African Development Community (SADC) is made up of Angola, Botswana, Comoros, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eswatini, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe