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Job Opportunity at JHPIEGO Tanzania, Officer

Jhpiego is an international non-profit health organization affiliated with the Johns Hopkins University. For more than 42 years now, Jhpiego has empowered front-line health workers by designing and implementing effective, low-cost, hands-on solutions to strengthen the delivery of health care services for women and their families. By putting evidence-based health innovations into everyday practice, Jhpiego works to break down barriers to high-quality health care for the world’s most vulnerable populations. Jhpiego, implementing a number of projects in Tanzania, wishes to recruit a DHIS2 Officer.

DHIS2 Officer, one position based in Dar es Salaam

Position Overview:
Jhpiego is recruiting a DHIS2 Officer to support the organization to optimize DHIS2 and other systems for effective data management.

• Ensure configuration, maintenance, proper functioning and output of DHIS2 and other data management systems
• Back- and front-end support of the Jhpiego data warehouse and other data management systems
• Quality assurance of DHIS2 and other data management systems across all projects and data warehouse
• Add modules as needed. Facilitate requirements gathering and system design process
• Build in-country capacity in DHIS 2 configuration, development and technical support

• Document the system
• Analyze system performance, identify challenges and troubleshoot
• Produce regular reports
• Develop interoperability / data exchange between DHIS 2 and other systems
• Collaborate to solve problems with JADE, DATIM and IPRS users
• Have deliverables of Monthly data from DHIS2 and other data management systems, along with assessment of data quality to explain the completeness and quality of the data
• Other activities as assigned by supervisor

• 3+ years of experience in the development and operations of DHIS2 for national health system and/ or for project-based instances and reporting to donor (DATIM, IPRS)
• Advanced degree (MPH, MS, MIS, MA, other) in computer science, informatics, public health or related fields such as health systems or health information
• Experienced in applying user-centered requirements processes for design
• Experience developing web-based and/or mobile applications, web-oriented programming language (e.g.
Java, Java Script), and Unix/Linux system management.

• Expert in the use of database management systems (MS-Access and Visual Basic are vital, SQL language, SQL server or MySQL preferred) and in the operating environment of Microsoft XP or further upgrades.
• Proficiency in word processing, spreadsheets, databases, statistical analysis software such as SPSS, SAS, STATA or EPI-Info
• A team player but also able to work independently and to manage various projects on a daily basis with minimal supervision
• Excellent time management, peoples and partnership skills
• Excellent writing, English and Kiswahili skills
• Availability and willingness to travel up to 10% time

Jhpiego offers a competitive package selected candidates in line with salary history, academic qualifications and relevant experience.

To apply please indicate the position title on the subject line of your e-mail, i.e. Application for DHIS2 Officer. All applications Should also include an up-to-date CV with three contactable professional references, a cover letter and your salary history.

Send your application through email:

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. The closing date for applications is two weeks after the first appearance of this advert.

Caution to the applicants:
There have been some bogus adverts online that require candidates to apply through some email addresses of public domains e.g. Yahoo, Gmail, Hotmail, etc. Kindly note: is the address to use for this advert. Please ignore any of those adverts. We also do not charge any application fee nor entertain any meetings or telephone calls and lobbying. If shortlisted, you will get an official call from our office and receive required steps to be followed. If you suspect any wrong — doing kindly write to the Director of Human Resource, through

Source: The Guardian April 19, 2018

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Education Specialist (Emergency and Host Community Education), NOC, Kibondo, Tanzania (Temporary Appointment)

Job Number: 512338 | Vacancy Link
Locations: Africa: Tanzania,Uni.Re
Work Type : Temporary Appointment

If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for children, the world’s leading children’s rights organization would like to hear from you.
For 70 years, UNICEF has been working on the ground in 190 countries and territories to promote children’s survival, protection and development. The world’s largest provider of vaccines for developing countries, UNICEF supports child health and nutrition, good water and sanitation, quality basic education for all boys and girls, and the protection of children from violence, exploitation, and AIDS. UNICEF is funded entirely by the voluntary contributions of individuals, businesses, foundations and governments.
In the 2010 update of the Core Commitments for Children (CCCs) is the explicit commitment that appropriate and experienced staff and personnel with relevant deployment training are provided and rapidly deployed, that focus on action in the first eight critical weeks of humanitarian response and provide guidance for action beyond that, moving towards defined benchmarks.
Voluntary Repatriation Operation commenced on 7 September, 2017 with 2238 households (6326 individual Burundian refugees) returned home with UN and NGO support. As of 31 October, 2017, a total of 12,726 households were registered (32,239 individuals). The current registration per camp is as follows: Nyarugusu 198 HH (554 individuals), Nduta 10,415 HH (25,189 individuals), Mtendeli 2,113 HH (6,496 individuals)

Despite the voluntary repatriation, 242,000 refugees remain in the camps, among them 109,901 (53,408 girls) children of school going age. A total 0f 70,235 children are currently enrolled. Of these 10,446 are in pre-school, 57,968 are in primary and 1,821 adolescents are in secondary school. 39,666 are out of school (18,330 girls and 21, 315 boys.) Among the reasons why there is a large number of children and adolescents out of school are lack of clothing, inadequacy of school materials, spaces, quality teachers and health-related issues.
UNICEF is supporting the response in WASH, ECD, Education, Child Protection, Health and Nutrition. A well-prepared contingency plan and availability of contingency stock helped to address immediate needs of refugees. The significant number of refugees requires additional resources to ensure full coverage.
The resources required also involves additional human resources support for emergency education activities to cater for up to 70,235children currently enrolled in school. This involves strengthening sector coordination by providing effective coordination of the response including coordination of implementing partners in Nyarugusu, Mtendeli and Nduta camps; conduct training of incentive teachers and ECD volunteers; production of weekly updates on programme implementation; procurement of key education supplies and other logistics; provision of technical support to the implementation of the Joint UN Programme which covers interventions in host communities, thereby creating the necessary bridge between the emergency and development divide.
In light of this context, UNICEF Tanzania is seeking the services of an experienced UNICEF Education specialist for a period of 11 months.

The need to provide refugee education in the 3 camps of Nyarugusu, Nduta and Mtendeli in Kigoma region requires dedicated staff to support the response sustainably. Due to the need for continued Education presence in Kigoma, the program intends to recruit a dedicated Education Specialist (Emergency) in Kigoma who will ensure a coordinated, timely and sound Education response to the refugee crisis and host community in Kigoma region. The Education Specialist under the overall coordination of UNHCR will work together with Education NGOs, government partners and communities to plan, implement and monitor Education interventions in the camp and host communities.
Purpose of the Assignment
Under the general supervision of Chief – Education in Dar Es Salaam, the incumbent will support the implementation of Education activities in the refugee camps and in the host communities by developing the capacity of government and NGO staff in the effective delivery of the refugee education response and the UN Joint Programme in Kigoma region.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Strengthen Coordination of education delivery by harmonizing interventions of various partners to ensure that education needs of all children are met. This will be done through developing and supporting the implementation of an emergency education response plan and development and integration of UNICEF contributions in the Joint UN Programme to the Kigoma region MTEF for 2018/2019.
• Provide technical support in (a) Joint Needs Assessments and the use of the findings in the development and implementation of the refugee education response plan; (b) Updating of data and making it available for planning and monitoring purposes; (c) Identification of programming gaps with all partners and agreement on how to fill those gaps.
• Provide technical assistance in the implementation of the refugee education response in the camps, including timely procurement and delivery of learning materials, training of teacher trainers; integrating inclusive strategies, out of school and girls’ empowerment and protection interventions in education responses.
• Work closely with other UN agencies, Government and NGO Implementing partners both in the refugee camps and in Kigoma region as a whole to set up broader coordination mechanisms to ensure multi-sectoral synergies on health, psychosocial well-being and protection, WASH with MHM for girls, Vocational Skills training and ECD.
• Carry out regular updates on the joint education needs assessments (through collaboration with implementing partners) and promote adjustments where necessary on aspects of education seen as a protection tool including:
o identifying at-risk sub-populations among children and youth
o monitoring access and learning outcomes
o appraising aspects of curriculum and teaching quality
o ensuring integration of gender issues in the refugee education responses
o coordinating with national exams to ensure participation while preventing attrition
• Revise and provide inputs to flash appeals, CAPs, HARs, immediate needs and other documents.
• Coordinate weekly meetings with implementing partners in education and provide weekly updates and share with relevant partners and UNICEF
• Participate in Emergency and UN Joint Programme coordination meetings including: interagency meetings, Intersectoral meetings, Protection and Education cluster coordination meetings and update the cluster partners and ensure the effective integration of cross-sectoral activities/ issues into the main emergency response programme.

• A robust and functional Education coordination forum maintained, with TORs and a joint work plan with shared responsibilities
• A short, medium and long term Education action plan for the camps and for the Joint UN Programme for ensuring all children in school and learning in place
• Weekly status updates
• Monthly situation reports

Background and Experience:
• Masters’ degree/Advanced degree in Education, Psychology, Child Development or related fields;
• National staff at NOC level with at least 5 years of professional experience in education in the humanitarian/post-conflict transitions
• Teaching and/or teacher training experience including knowledge of active and participatory formal basic, adult and non-formal teaching and learning methods.
• Fluency in French (verbal and written); good written and spoken skills in Kirundi and Kiswahili will be assets.
• At least 5 years’ experience, especially in humanitarian response

Competencies of Successful Candidate
Core Values:
• Commitment
• Diversity and Inclusion
• Integrity
Core Competencies:
• Communication
• Working with people
• Drive for results

Functional Competencies:
• Formulating Strategies and Concepts [ II ]
• Analyzing [ III ]
• Relating and Networking [ II ]
• Deciding and Initiating Action [ II ]
• Applying Technical Expertise [ III ]
Administrative Arrangements
• Candidate will work from Kigoma with frequent travel to the field (camps) to visit schools and attend key meetings with partners. Transport to and from field visits will be provided by UNICEF. UNICEF will provide related to office space, access to computer, printing and photocopy services and fax/ scanner, etc.
• Where Candidate will be required to participate in a meeting outside Kigoma which may result in flight costs, then relevant instruction will be issued for UNICEF to cover the costs of the flight
• Applicants who have applied before and have not been successful should not apply

The UNICEF Tanzania Country Office will be responsible for the payment of the staff member’s monthly salary, travel (economy class return) and DSA for the TA.
UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization.

Opening Date Fri Apr 13 2018 09:00:00 GMT+0300 (E. Africa Standard Time) E. Africa Standard Time
Closing Date Tue May 01 2018 23:55:00 GMT+0300 (E. Africa Standard Time)

Resource Mobilization Specialist, (P3), Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, # 47233 – (Re-Advertisement)

Job Number: 512451 | Vacancy Link
Locations: Africa: Tanzania,Uni.Re
Work Type : Fixed Term Staff

UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To defend their rights. To help them fulfill their potential.
Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone.
And we never give up.

How can you make a difference?
Under the general guidance and supervision of the Chief Communication, Advocacy and Partnerships, the post has responsibilities as follows:
1. Responsible for development of Country Office resource mobilization strategy and tracking of resource mobilization efforts of programme sections;
2. Responsible for all aspects of donor reporting based on information gathered from programme sections and zonal offices;
3. Responsible for monitoring the schedule of reports, based on information consolidated by the Programme Officers/Specialists particularly as they relate to donor relations;
4. Ensures the timely preparation and dissemination of other mandatory and special reports, as well as briefing documents and corporate publications relating to programme activities in support of the UNICEF mission in the country;
5. Provides direct interface between PFP, and Brussels with regards to donor relations and follow-up action;
6. Responsible for all donor relations with National Committees and bilateral donors;
7. Manages donor communication and other needs such as field visits, development of communication products etc.
8. Ensures adequate knowledge management support to the Country Management Team for monitoring resource mobilization efforts.
9. Develops a robust database and donor intelligence to support the Country Management team in donor engagement.
10. Contributes to resource mobilization tasks of the UNCT within the “Delivering as One” framework.

To qualify as a/an advocate for every child you will have…
• An advanced university degree (Master’s or higher) in Political Science, Social Studies, Communication, Journalism, Public Relations; or equivalent professional work experience in the communication area combined with advanced university degree in a related discipline. Knowledge of quantitative methods and Information Management an asset.
• A minimum of 5 years of relevant professional experience in funds management, reporting or information management; two (2) years of which should be in developing countries.
• Developing country work experience and/or familiarity with emergency is considered an asset.
• Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of another official UN language (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian or Spanish) or a local language is an asset.

For every Child, you demonstrate…
UNICEF’s core values of Commitment, Diversity and Integrity and core competencies in Communication, Working with People and Drive for Results.
The technical competencies required for this post are analyzing, formulating strategies and concept, setting standards, planning and organizing, relating and networking, judgment, and persuading and influencing.
View our competency framework at:
UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization.

Mobility is a condition of international professional employment with UNICEF and an underlying premise of the international civil service.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and advance to the next stage of the selection process.

Opening Date Thu Apr 19 2018 09:00:00 GMT+0300 (E. Africa Standard Time) E. Africa Standard Time
Closing Date Thu May 03 2018 23:55:00 GMT+0300 (E. Africa Standard Time)

6 Job Opportunnities at Mama na Mtoto Project CUHAS – Bugando, Mwanza

6 Research Assistants Job Opportunnities at Mama na Mtoto Project CUHAS – Bugando, Mwanza
Overall Description: 
Mama na Mtoto Project is implemented by Catholic University of Health and Allied Sciences (CUHAS) University of Calgary, Canadian Pediatric Society, Save The Mothers, Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST) Agriteam in collaboration with Mwanza Region and District Health Teams. Mama na Mtoto Research project is now implementing its Equity study in Misungwi and Kwimba districts, Mwanza Region titled, “A STUDY ON BARRIERS AND ENABLERS AFFECTING GENDER, EQUITY, AND SCALE-UP IN LAKE ZONE (2017- 2020)”.

This Research initiative is being supported by Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC).
Terms of Reference 
CUHAS is planning to conduct qualitative data collection by conducting Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) and Key informant Interviews (KIIs) in Misungwi and Kwimba districts.

The project is seeking six Qualified Research Assistants to join the Research team for data collection in June and July 2018. Hiring process will consist of personal Interview with a selection committee and reference checks.

Eligible candidates will be invited for pre-data collection training beginning in May. Individuals will not be considered for hiring until they have completed the listed training.

Research Assistants will collect data through Interviews and Focus groups and record the interview with provided devices. They will be reporting daily to Supervisors and Research Teams.  Qualifications:  

A candidate should have at minimum, the following:
Education background:
 Diploma or Degree in social sciences or Health related courses
 Knowledge about research project management, data collection and gender equity and equality
  Excellent social skills are highly desirable as this person will be interacting with the different groups in a Community.
 Demonstrated accurate and efficient data entry as well as an ability check for data errors, inconsistent information or out of range values considered an asset.

Other qualifications 
 Experience in qualitative data collection in terms of conducting FGDs and KIIs and  data management
 Prior experience in conducting transcription and translation of collected data is of paramount importance.
 Fluency (written and spoken) in Swahili and English. Fluency in Sukuma language is a MUST.
 Ability to work and communicate with different types of people and Excellent communication skills and an ability to listen
 Ability to read and absorb information, and identify interesting and important issues related to research topic.
  Field note taking; ability to fast writing and good hand writing.
 Punctual
, committed and responsible person for the research project with, excellent organizational skills and the ability to work independently and as part of a team
 Flexible person and Cultural respective
 Ensures quality, timely collection and reporting of data to achieve research timeline goals.

Additional Information: 
How to apply: Interested candidates should send their applications by email to: AND copy  OR hand in their application in the MnM office CUHAS Complex with an envelope titled ‘Application for MnM Research Assistant.

Please ensure your cover letter (hand written) and CV directly addresses each of the above qualifications. Note that, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Closing date is 22nd April, 2018.

Jobs at Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation – Tanzania (Baylor-Tanzania)

Finance Director
Location: Mwanza
Title: Finance Director
Reports To: Chief of Party/Executive Director
Department: Finance 
Duty Station: Mwanza , Tanzania
Classification: Full-time, Two-years contract (renewable) / Professional Position Summary:
The Finance Director is responsible for overseeing the finance and administrative functions of the program ensuring compliance with the award terms. The Finance Director will be responsible for management of all accounting, including sub-grants, and ensure financial operations are in compliance with USAID regulations. S/he will be responsible for ensuring that adequate financial management systems are in place and functioning.

S/he will maintain transparent financial and reporting procedures and effective operation of financial controls and will provide concise and timely financial reports that will give an overview of the financial status of the award.  S/he will be responsible for record-keeping, financial functions and internal control systems. S/he will work closely with the COP and other team members to ensure resources are effectively and efficiently budgeted and managed to achieve activity deliverables.   Duties and Responsibilities:

 • Provide oversight of financial management, monitoring, procurement, and reporting for all project tasks.
• Establish and maintain sound and transparent accounting and fiscal control procedures for financial, sub award and operations aspects of program;
• Supervise a team of finance staff and ensure their compliant and efficient support to the program’s activities.
• Ensure proper books of accounts are maintained and kept up to date within Baylor- Tanzania policy guidelines
• Review donor contracts to ensure that budgets are in line with donor requirement  and Baylor – Tanzania standards of financial operations;
• Maintains a system of tracking donor financial reports and ensuring Baylor Tanzania is in compliance with Donor deadlines.
• Reviews all the prepared Donor financial reports and ensure the approval of such reports by Chief of Director before submission.
• Analysis of actual to budget results to identify problems in accounting or compliance.
• Ensure compliance with all Baylor – Tanzania  and USAID financial regulations, preparing and delivering all USAID required audit reports, and ensuring that audit findings and recommendations are properly addressed
•  Develop, analyze and monitor program budgets; monitor and track obligations and expenditures against budgets;
• Monitor donor call down request  and  cash flow planning
•  Advise senior leadership regularly on financial and operations-related matters;
• Contribute to the development of high-quality work plans, quarterly and annual reports, financial reports, and any other reports required by USAID;
• Ensure statutory requirements are made in time
• Supervises all Baylor – Tanzania bank relations and bank account activities.
• Supervises the timely preparation and review of all the monthly bank account and cash reconciliations.
• Carry out any other duties that may be assigned by the management or Donor The Finance Director should have the following minimum qualifications:

• Masters’ Degree or CPA and a Bachelor’ degree in accounting or a related field from a recognized university or equivalent
• Demonstrated experience in managing and supervising a team
• An outstanding interpersonal skills and eager to work in a multicultural organization
• Seven years experience in financial management of USG assistance programs of similar size, complexity and setting
• Expertise in USG cost principles, rules and regulations and applying these in program decision-making
• Demonstrated experience in supporting and working with program technical staff to ensure resources are used efficiently and to accurately account for expenditures
• Demonstrated experience in managing sub-grants including risk assessment and working with host government entities as grantees.
• Ability to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing
• Exceptional computer skills, particularly in Microsoft Excel, and experience using commercially available accounting software programs
• Excellent record of accurate and on-time reporting to donor agencies

Director of Monitoring Evaluation and learning
Location: Mwanza
Title: Director of Monitoring Evaluation and learning
Reports To: Chief of Party/Executive Director
Department: Monitoring and Evaluation
Duty Station: Mwanza –  Tanzania
Classification: Full-time, Two-years contract (renewable) / Professional Position Summary: 

The Director of Monitoring Evaluation and learning, under the supervision of the COP, will be responsible for M&E technical oversight., manage and implement cPTCT monitoring, evaluation and training plan, specific to the National guidelines, support program planning at country level, and help organization’s understanding of its program approaches and outcomes. He/she will contribute to the project’s information management by advising on the planning, design, and strengthening of project MEL systems at different levels.  Duties and Responsibilities:

• Provide direct support and technical assistance for the development and implementation of monitoring and evaluation system/framework including the Activity Monitoring and Evaluation and Learning Plan. Plan which includes targets and a results framework.
• Manage the development and implementation of program evaluations, assessments and research activities as well as the Collaborating, Learning and adapting Plan
• Support the project team and MoHCDGEC stakeholders to develop and use harmonized data capture tools and data analysis plans for reportable indicators at all levels, ensuring timeliness, quality and completeness of service data in line with the national and county information management systems
• Research, compile, write, and submit information, including results and their analysis, for project reports, including the quarterly and annual reports, and respond to requests for data from USAID and other stakeholders 
• Supervise program M&E staff and provide technical support, training and mentoring to M&E officers .

• Ensure data quality by conducting data quality assessments (DQAs) on all project indicators.
• Prepare technical reports, summaries, protocols, qualitative and quantitative analyses based on results to assist project in adjusting program activities.
• Oversee the design and implementation of any assessments, special studies and operation research required by the project.
• Collect and disseminate best practices and lessons learned from the project.
• Prepare routine reports, presentations, brochures, project summary sheets, newsletters, highlights and other publications as required by the project.
• Ensure the continuous monitoring of program progress in close collaboration with MoHCDGEC, USAID, and other implementing partners. The MEL Director will have the following minimum qualifications:

• Master’s Degree in public health, demography, sociology, epidemiology, biostatistics, psychology or a related field
• Seven-years experience in monitoring, evaluation and research related to large-scale health development programs
• Three-years experience with management of MEL systems for USG health initiatives
• Demonstrated experience in target setting and reporting against USG health initiatives
• Excellent knowledge of data collection protocols for quality data collection and verification
• Exceptional ability to analyze multiple sources of data to identify data trends and provide recommendations on project implementation
• Demonstrated experience and familiarity with behavioral surveillance surveys, research methodologies, qualitative and quantitative research methods, data analysis, sampling methods, and establishment of MEL systems in developing country contexts
• Demonstrated experience leading and building the capacity of MEL officers in a decentralized setting

Technical Director
Location: Mbeya
Title: Technical Director
Reports To: Chief of Party/Executive Director
Department: Technical and clinical Services
Duty Station: Mbeya, Tanzania
Classification: Full-time, Two-years contract (renewable) / Professional Position Summary: The Technical Director will work in close collaboration with the COP and the technical staff of the program to provide strategic input to the program. In collaboration with the Monitoring Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Officer, s/he will monitor program results and be responsible for the quality and accuracy of technical interventions and results.
Duties and Responsibilities:

• Provides technical guidance for Comprehensive Pediatric Testing, Care and Treatment programs by updating implementing partners on technical advances and lessons learned around the world.
• Collaborates with other team ‘ members to ensure national and international standards, guidelines and protocols are adhered to.
• Participates in organizing regular technical updates/review meetings for Comprehensive Pediatric Testing, Care and Treatment to program staff.
• Provides continuous guidance and improvement of the quality of the care and treatment by regular application of quality improvement and Site improvement and Monitoring Systems approaches.
•  Develop and scale up change packages that addressing the gaps and challenges to ensure continuum of care and response in attaining the 90-90-90 targets in scale up districts.
• Supports health facilities in achieving and maintaining ART accreditation.
•  Leads and supports other quality assurance activities as required.
• Provides technical guidance during the development of program annual work plan and participates in the planning and budgeting activities.
• Coordinates technical reporting according to denned reporting schedule and writes regular monitoring and technical reports as required and contribute to Baylor – Tanzania  reports.
•  Assists in identifying, documenting, disseminating and scaling up best practices in Comprehensive Pediatric Testing, Care and Treatment.
• Represent Baylor Tanzanit in the supported districts and at national level. The Technical Director will have the following minimum qualifications:

● Master’s Degree in public health, social sciences, international development, or a related field
● Five years senior level management experience in the design, implementation, and management of programs of similar size, complexity, and setting
● Ten years senior level experience in health programming and service delivery in Pediatrics and adolescent care, HIV/AIDS, TB and RCH
● Knowledge of USG Health initiatives and related reporting requirements and funding parameters
● Exceptional English written and oral communication skills.

Chief of Party (COP)/ Executive Director (ED)
Location: Mwanza
Title: Chief of Party (COP)/ Executive Director (ED)
Reports To: Chairman, Board of Directors; Chief Operating Officer, Baylor College of   Medicine International Pediatric AIDS Initiative (BIPAI)     
Department: Administration         
Duty Station: COE 
Classification: Executive

Position summary: 
The COP will provide overall leadership and managerial direction for the program. S/he will fulfill the diverse managerial requirements of the project. Based in Tanzania, the COP will have technical and management responsibility for all activities and personnel and will be the Recipient’s representative to USAID/Tanzania, GOT, other donors, and key stakeholders. The COP will have overall responsibility for addressing award related matters. S/he will be responsible for the smooth implementation of the project and for effectively addressing problems and challenges that arise during performance. S/he is responsible for timely and accurate delivery of all reports and other program products.  The COP will have the following minimum qualifications:

• Doctor of medicine degree, Master’s Degree in public health or social sciences, international development, or a related field
• Ten years senior level management experience in the design, implementation, and management of programs of similar size, complexity, and setting
• Demonstrated experience in institutional strengthening approaches
• Demonstrated leadership skills and experience in building and maintain productive working relationships with a wide network of institutional partners and stakeholders, including host governments
• Proven record of building teams and fostering collaboration to achieve program goals, meet program milestones, and produce quality program results
• Knowledge of USG Health initiatives and related reporting requirements and funding parameters
• Exceptional English written and oral communication skills; Swahili is also preferred. Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Ensure that all Trust operations and activities comply with the Deed of Trust, Conditions of Service, BIPAI service line agreements, memoranda of agreement and applicable laws of Tanzania.
  • Ensure alignment of all Trust activities (e.g., finance, administration, communications, public and government relations, clinical services, research, education, and outreach) with Tanzania law and established policies of the Trust, BIPAI and relevant partner institutions.
  • Supervise and evaluate the performance of department directors as defined in the Conditions of Service.
  • Provide feedback on the performance of Baylor College of Medicine (BCM), BIPAI, Texas Children’s Hospital (TCH) staff, faculty and/or volunteers to relevant service line leadership as requested.
  • Responsible for leave and international travel as defined in the Conditions of Service
  • Review personnel, administrative and clinical policies and procedures, as defined in the Conditions of Service
  • Ensure alignment  with TCH service line partnerships with Trust policies, procedures and budget
  • Prepare annual strategic work plan and budget for approval by the Board
  • Supervise and coordinate development, provide expert review and ensure strategic alignment with BIPAI/BCM policies and procedures of all grant proposals for new and renewal grants with appropriate leadership and personnel
  • Supervised and coordinate development and provide expert review for all grant reporting, documentation and site visits with appropriate leadership and personnel
  • Supervise and coordinate fundraising and development activities, in partnership with the Board
  • Supervise and provide leadership on property management for all Trust assets
  • Report directly, as defined in Deed of Trust, to the Chairman of the Board and Chief Operating Officer, BIPAI
  • Provide information/reports as required to the Board
  • Serve as an ex-officio, non-voting member of the Board, as defined in the Deed of Trust
  • Advocate in the public forum for issues that fall within the scope of the Trust’s mission and act as a resource in those areas for public officials, policy makers and the media
  • Report problems encountered by the Trust in a timely manner to the Chairman of the Board and designated BIPAI, BCM and TCH leadership
  • Facilitate and/or mediate partnerships on behalf of the Trust with appropriate leadership and personnel
  • Ensure regularly scheduled staff and management meetings, with timely minutes
  • Represent the Trust at appropriate external meetings, as needed
  • Facilitate the integration and participation of the Trust in the BIPAI Network and any other relevant BIPAI, BCM and TCH service line networks

Provide fiscal and budgetary oversight of the Trust.
Approve and monitor all expenditures of the Trust, in compliance with established BIPAI/BCM financial policies and procedures
Manage the Trust’s budget and expenditure variances to ensure proper financial management, reporting and stability
Review and approve monthly Trust financial statements, including but not limited to balance sheet, income/expense statement, bank reconciliations and monthly budget to actual expenditure reports, prior to submission to BIPAI
Ensure the Trust fully complies with BCM financial and accounting policies and procedures, as defined in the BIPAI Finance Handbook
Ensure external audits and annual reports are completed in a timely basis, as defined in the BIPAI Finance Handbook
Determine allocation of salary/benefits for the Trust in accordance with the Conditions of Service and approval by the Board
Participate, as needed, in the recruitment, interviewing and hiring of Trust personnel Support clinical and research activities of the Trust.

Ensure any and all technical information developed by the Trust is reviewed and approved by appropriate leadership and personnel prior to dissemination and that the Trust, BIPAI, BCM and TCH are appropriately acknowledged
Ensure the complete and timely submission of all quarterly and annual reports to BIPAI, BCM, TCH and/or donors as required

Foster positive internal and external relations.
Facilitate communication with staff, patients, other institutions, organizations and the Board                Maintain awareness of the political milieu at the regional, national, and local levels
Facilitate, with legal counsel, policies, procedures and activities that have legal bearing on the Trust
Be able to articulate the vision and mission of the Trust, BIPAI and relevant TCH service lines to patients, community, institutions and collaborating partners
Maintain and ensure respectful and supportive interactions with the community
Maintain and ensure respect, appreciation and support of volunteers
Stimulate community support for the Trust through contacts in the community and actively engage local and national institutions and non-government organizations related to the mission of the Trust Foster a positive atmosphere whereby staff is involved in the decision-making process within the Trust

Use negotiation skills when conflicts occur among staff members, patients, volunteers, and/or individuals in the community
Provide information to staff on discussions, decisions, and policies from meetings of the Board
Facilitate multidisciplinary team meetings specific to operations and program planning
Ensure appropriate staff development and team building initiatives are incorporated in the Trust’s organizational culture Promote program development

Encourage program development in accordance with the vision and mission of the Trust
Provide direction, as needed, in promoting community needs assessment activities in order to support program development Serve as a role model in leadership

Foster the ongoing growth and development of staff
Set the tone for positive staff, client, and community relations
Promote functional, open communication among staff, patients, collaborating partners and the community

All other duties as assigned by the Chairman of the Board and Chief Operating Officer, BIPAI

To apply for one of these positions, please send your detailed resume together with a cover letter outlining your experience and interest in the vacancy to the following email addresses:
(Please send to both email addresses)  1. The Human Resources Administration and Manager

Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation – Tanzania

And 2. Chairman, Board of Directors

Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation – Tanzania  Deadline for application is 23rd April 2018

8 Job Opportunities at Tanzania Rural and Urban Roads Agency (TARURA), Personal Secretaries

8 Job Opportunities at Tanzania Rural and Urban Roads Agency (TARURA), Personal Secretaries

Tanzania Rural and Urban Roads Agency (TARURA) is an Executive Agency
of the President’s Office, Regional Administration and Local Government,
(PO-RALG), established under Section 3 (1) of the Executive Agencies ACT.
(Cap. 245) by Order published in Government Notice No. 211 dated May
12, 2017 and was inaugurated on July 2017. Tanzania Rural and Urban
Roads Agency (TARURA) is vested with the responsibility of managing the
development, rehabilitation, maintenance, axle load control;
environmental and road reserve management of rural and urban roads
network for the social – economic development of Tanzania.

On behalf of the Chief Executive Officer, Regional Coordinator intends to
recruit self-motivated, qualified and competent Tanzanians to fill the
following vacant posts on temporally contracts.


Duty stations: (Buchosa, Sengerema, Magu, Kwimba, Ukerewe, Ilemela,
Misungwi and Mwanza REC’s Office in Mwanza Region)

Education /Professional qualifications:-
i. Must have a National Form IV Certificate
ii. Must have a Certificate in Secretarial Courses from a
recognized Institute

iii. Must have a Certificate in Computer and Micro Office suite

iv. Self-motivation, able to work under pressure outside working
hours with minimum supervision
v. Fluent in both Kiswahili and English
Work Experience: At least 1 year
Age limit: Not above 45 years of Age

Duties and Responsibilities:
i. To manage the Officer’s diary
ii. To attend telephone calls
iii. To attend visitors
iv. To manage records movement
v. To write minutes during meeting
vi. To type documents
vii. To perform such other related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor


  • All interest applicants are invited to apply and submit their handwritten application letters to the under mentioned address not later than 24th April, 2018.Hand and Email delivery shall not be acceptable.
  • All applicants must attach updated Curriculum Vitae (CV’s) having reliable contacts: Postal address, Telephone numbers, names of three referees one of whom a former employer,
  • All applicants must attach certified copies of birth certificate, Form Four National Examination Certificates, a Valid Driving Licenses Class ‘C’ or ‘E’ (for Driver’s Application) and Professional certificates.
  • All applicant must attach One recent Passport size,
  • Form IV result slips are not acceptable

Applicants are reminded to quote the correct reference number of the
advert in their application letter. Only the short listed candidates will be
contacted. Successful applicants must be ready to work in any TARURA
Council Offices in Mwanza Region. Applicants who have worked with
public institutions but have unsatisfactory previous records indicating poor
performance and found guilty with disciplinary offences shall not be
considered and any misrepresentation such fact shall be subjected to legal

All applications should be posted to the following address

P.O. BOX 18,

Climate Vulnerability Analyst

Chemonics International Inc. seeks a climate vulnerability analyst to provide technical direction and management for the Sustainable Water for the Mara Basin (SWM) Activity under the USAID Climate Change Adaptation, Thought Leadership and Assessments (ATLAS) project.

The climate vulnerability analyst will work with ATLAS’ climate change adaptation specialist and the SWM team to co-design and lead the field work in the Mara basin (in both Tanzania and Kenya). The analyst will supervise local consultants, organize field schedules, direct the participatory field-based research, and contribute to the written assessment. We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.

Responsibilities include:

  • Co-design and lead the field work in the Mara basin to evaluate key economic sectors’ vulnerability to climate change and weather variability
  • Co-design and lead field work and analysis to investigate the climate-related vulnerability and adaptive capacity of communities and sectors in two areas of the Mara basin: the Nyangores catchment in Kenya and the Mara Wetlands in Tanzania
  • Supervise a team of two to three local consultants, directly managing staff daily, organizing field schedules, and directing the participatory field-based research
  • Contribute to the written assessment, including evaluation of key sector risks due to climate variability and change, and recommendations to improve these sectors’ resilience
  • Conduct meetings and maintain open communication with Tanzanian and Kenyan government officials, counterparts, and other relevant stakeholders in collaboration with the ATLAS team leader and climate change adaptation specialist


  • Advanced degree in a related field, such as environmental or climate science, required
  • Minimum of eight years of professional experience coordinating and preforming vulnerability assessments; experience conducting assessments at localized scales preferred
  • Minimum of eight years of professional experience conducting analyses of climate risks
  • Experience leading and managing assessment teams preferred
  • Knowledge of geographic information systems preferred
  • Demonstrated abilities to communicate clearly and concisely both orally and in writing and to work as part of a team
  • Resourcefulness, flexibility, and creative problem-solving skills
  • Experience working on similar activities in sub-Saharan Africa, preferably with experience in Tanzania or Kenya
  • Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity
  • Fluency in English; fluency in Swahili preferred

Application Instructions:
Please send an email with your CV attached and “Climate Vulnerability Analyst – ATLAS” in the subject line to by 1st May, 2018.

No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted.

Selected Applicants for Interview at Chamwino District Council

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Executive Director of Chamwino District Council wishes to announce applicants who meet the requirements of the vacancy application at the Village of Village III’s headquarters to arrive for a written registration on 22/04/2018 on Jumapil at 2 am in the primary school The best of the Wellness Center. Those who want to register their names will be posted on the site of the Chamwino district council website and will send a short message on their telephone call to attend an interview on 23/04/2018 at the venue of the Chamwino District Head

All the candidates come and their certificates are not valid
– Form 4
– Certificate u technician certificate)
– birth certificate
– The host will pay for food, transportation, and shelter
– each participant should have an ID identifier
who will not submit the relevant certification will not make a deposit

Bank Of Tanzania BOT New jobs

The Macroeconomic and Financial Management Institute of Eastern and Southern Africa (MEFMI) is a regionally owned Institute with 14 member countries, namely: Angola, Botswana, Burundi Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. MEFMI was founded in 1994 with the view to building sustainable capacity in identified key areas in ministries of finance, planning commissions and central banks, or equivalent institutions.

MEFMI strives to improve sustainable human and institutional capacity in the critical areas of macroeconomic and financial management; foster best practices in related institutions; and bring emerging risks and opportunities to the fore among executive level officials. MEFMI seeks to achieve, within its member countries, prudent macroeconomic management, competent and efficient management of public finances, sound, efficient and stable financial sectors and stable economies with strong and sustained growth. The long term objective is to contribute to poverty reduction among people in MEFMI’s operational zone of Eastern and Southern Africa.

The MEFMI Secretariat is based in Harare, Zimbabwe.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified nationals of member countries to fill the following position:


Job Functions: Programme Manager
Industries: Capacity Development,Ngo / Non-Profit,Training

Key Performance Areas ;
•Contribute to the preparation, implementation and review of MEFMI’s Strategic Plan on issues pertaining to his/her areas of focus;
•Assess and update member countries’ capacity building needs on public debt management;
•Plan, design, implement, and monitor regional and in-country capacity building activities in Sovereign debt management, including workshops, seminars, courses and technical assistance missions;
•Design and execute e-learning courses on public debt management;
•Conduct research on topical issues related to areas of operation;
•Contribute to MEFMI’s publications and Policy Seminars;
•Develop new debt management tools and manuals;
•Monitor and evaluate the impact of capacity building activities;
•Network with debt management officials in client institutions and technical cooperating organisations;
•Participate in the selection and training of MEFMI Fellows and trained trainers on public debt management.

Requirements ;
Academic Qualifications and Experience
a)At least a Master’s Degree in Economics or Finance;
b)At least five (5) years hands-on experience in Sovereign Debt Management (particularly middle office functions) obtained through working in Central Banks and/or Ministries of Finance or Economic Planning;
c)Proven hands-on experience in public debt analysis, including use of the including use of the IMF/World Bank Debt Sustainability Framework, Medium Term Debt Management Strategy and other debt analytical tools;
d)A sound knowledge of the use of computer based debt management systems ie. CS-DRMS and DMFAS;
e)Computer literacy and knowledge of application of main software packages used in economic analysis;
f)Sound knowledge and use of debt management performance assessment frameworks;
g)Documented evidence of publications and research experience;
h)MEFMI Fellowship will be an added advantage.

a)Strong qualitative, quantitative and analytical skills;
b)Ability to work long hours and under pressure including frequent travel;
c)Excellent facilitation and presentation skills;
d)Excellent written and verbal skills;
e)Leadership skills and ability to operate at both strategic and operational levels;
f)Cooperation and Team Spirit;
g)Strong interpersonal skills;
h)Experience of working in a multicultural professional environment will be an added advantage.


Reporting to the Director of the Debt Management Programme, the incumbent will be responsible for carrying out capacity building activities in Sovereign Debt Management in general, with special focus on public debt management policies and strategies.

Job Closing Date 04th May 2018


For details and how to apply, kindly visit Skills Map Africa on the following link:

Source: The Bank Of Tanzania (BOT) ;Official Website ; ;

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Job Opportunities at JKT Tanzania

Job Opportunities at JKT Tanzania,
Application Deadline,
Apply Before 10/5/2018
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