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

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

MBEYA WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION AUTHORITY
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 
Job Opportunity At Mbeya Water Supply and sanitation Authority (Mbeya WSSA) , Ajira Mbeya WSSA, Nafasi Za Kazi Mbeya Ajira Mpya Tanzania Mbeya 
Mbeya Water Supply and Sanitation Authority (Mbeya WSSA) is an autonomous water supply organization mandated to provide water and sewerage disposal services within the urban area of Mbeya city. It was established in January 1998 under section 3(1) of Act No.8 OF 1997. repealed by Act No.12 of 2009.
Vision:‘To be an excellent Water Supply and Sanitation Authority in Tanzania in delivering portable, sufficient quality water supply and sanitation services.”
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To adequately fulfill its objectives and in line with the expansion of activities Mbeya WSSA is now inviting applications from suitably qualified and self-motivated Tanzanians of high personal integrity to apply for the following positions as described in attached PDF file: 
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New INTERNSHIP Opportunities at Agrithaman Foundation | Deadline: 06th December, 2019

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

AJIRA TANZANIA 2019 / NAFASI ZA KAZI 2019

Deadline: 06th December, 2019
Agrithaman Foundation
We Are Dealing with the Ending malnutrition through education, agricultural sector & policy advocacy.
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18 New Jobs at Kahama Shinyanga Water Supply and Sanitation Authority (KASHWASA) | Deadline: 03rd December, 2019

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Kahama Shinyanga Water Supply and Sanitation Authority (KASHWASA)

Jobs in Tanzania 2019: New Jobs at Shinyanga Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Authority (SHUWASA) | Deadline: 13th June June, 2019
AJIRA TANZANIA 2019 / NAFASI ZA KAZI 2019

Overview:

Kahama Shinyanga Water Supply and Sanitation Authority (KASHWASA) is a fully autonomous public utility operates in accordance with the Water Supply and Sanitation Act, No. 5 of 2019.The Government Notice No. 45 of 23rd February 2007 mandated KASHWASA to produce water from Lake Victoria and supply in bulk to various Water Utilities and Community Based Water Supply Organisations.
Currently, KASHWASA supplies bulk water to Water Supply and Sanitation Authorities of Shinyanga, Kahama, Ngudu, Kishapu, Maganzo, Isaka, 68 Community Based Water Supply Organisations (COBWSOs) located in Misungwi, Kwimba, Shinyanga, Kahama, Kishapu and Msalala Districts and to Williamson Diamond Limited.
The expansion of water transmission pipeline from Lake Victoria is in final stages of completion, which by December, 2019 will supply bulk water to Water Supply and Sanitation Authorities of Tabora, Igunga, Nzega, Uyui and to over 100 Community Based Water Supply Organisations in Shinyanga and Tabora Regions.

KASHWASA wishes to recruit competent Tanzanians to fill the following vacant posts below:
Title of the Post: Driver I
Number of Posts: One (1)
Qualification and Experience:
Holder of a Form IV certificate with Clean and Valid Class “C” Driving License and attended professional driving course at the National Institute of Transport (NIT). Capable of driving all types of motor vehicles, motor cycles and machines. Must have experience of at least five (5) years with a clean driving record without causing any road accident. 

Main Duties and Responsibilities: –

  • Driving motor vehicles, motor cycles and machines as may be assigned;
  • Ensuring motor vehicles, motor cycles and machines and their accessories are in good condition;
  • Following up vehicles or machines under repairs and ensure that required spares are all fitted and that obsolete spares are returned to stores for verification;
  • Maintaining vehicle or machine cleanliness,
  • Ensuring safety of the vehicle and machines;
  • Maintaining and recording log books for all trips/ routes made;
  • Undertaking routine checks on the vehicle to ensure that it is serviceable;
  • Reporting any defect or problems detected in the vehicle or machines;
  • Monitoring mileage and sending vehicles for normal service when due;
  • Supervising, monitoring and certifying maintenance carried out on the vehicle is of adequate standard;
  • Monitoring and taking safe custody of vehicle all the time;
  • Monitoring fuel consumption of vehicles and advise; and
  • Performing any other duties related to the above as assigned by Transport Officer.


Title of the Post: Assistant Transmission Technician Grade II
Number of Posts: Three (3)
Qualification and Experience:
Holder of Form IV Certificate with Trade Test Grade II in welding/plumbing from a recognised Training Institution.

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Main Duties and Responsibilities: –

  • Inspecting transmission and reporting any deviation
  • Recording water losses and reporting water leakages
  • Reporting of water pipe bursts and recommending necessary rectification,
  • Performing any other duties as may be assigned by the Transmission Technician.


Title of the Post: Water Transmission Technician Grade II
Number of Posts: Three (3)
Qualification and Experience:
Holder of a Diploma in Civil/Water Supply/Mechanical Engineering from a recognised Technical College. 

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Repairing all water leakages as they occur
  • Monitoring and reporting unauthorized water connection,
  • Preparing on time required daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports on water transmission activities,
  • Finding the causes for water loss and making necessary rectifications,
  • Ensuring that all customers get water supply accordingly,
  • Ensuring that all valves, pipes and other fittings are in good condition and operative all the time
  • Performing any other duties as may be assigned by the Head of Transmission Section.


Title of the Post: Plant Operator II
Number of Posts: Four (4)
Qualification and Experience:
Holder of an Ordinary Secondary Education Certificate with Trade Test II in Mechanical / Electrical from a recognised Institution. 

Main Duties and Responsibilities: –

  • Operating water pumps according to established schedules
  • Reporting abnormalities of water pumps functioning
  • Proper housekeeping of water pumps, pump house and surrounding
  • Recording and reporting of electrical and mechanical failure
  • Recording the amount of pumped water and establish time intervals from clean water to storage tanks
  • Making meter reading for electricity consumption at established time intervals
  • Monitoring water levels starting from intake, water treatment plant and reservoir
  • Performing any other duties as may be assigned by the Shift Superintendent

Title of the Post: Mechanical Technician I
Number of Posts: One (1)
Qualification and Experience:
Holder of a Diploma in Mechanical Engineering from a recognised Technical College with at least four (4) years working experience in Mechanical works including maintenance of water pumps.

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Main Duties and Responsibilities: –

  • Providing advice on mechanical matters of the Authority;
  • Carrying out mechanical inspections, maintenance and repair of machines, equipment and pumps;
  • Completing job card for every mechanical maintenance and repair works;
  • Preparing on time required daily,weekly,monthly,quarterly, semi- annual and annual reports on water transmission activities
  • Repairing reported mechanical faults, machines and pumps;
  • Collecting and keep record of mechanical maintenance and repair works undertaken for every machine;
  • Maintaining mechanical machines and equipment;
  • Preparing maintenance schedule and undertaking mechanical preventive maintenance of machines and equipment; and
  • Performing any other duties as may be assigned by the Supervisor.


Title of the Post: Planning and Construction Engineer I
Number of Posts: One (1)
Reporting to: Technical Manager
Supervises: None
Duty Station: Shinyanga
Qualification and Experience:
Holder of a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil/Environmental/Water Resource Engineering or its equivalent from a recognized University/lnstitution with minimum work experience of four (4) in the related field. Must be registered as a Professional Engineer with Engineers Registration Board and ICT literate with interpersonal communication skills. Knowledge in application of Auto CAD related in Water Supply and Sanitation will be an added advantage. 

Main Duties and Responsibilities: –

  • Planning, designing and supervising construction and rehabilitation of water supply structures and buildings
  • Preparing weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual reports on construction works.
  • Preparing bills of quantities and estimate for water structures and buildings.
  • Carrying out preliminary investigation of water works for new connections.
  • Undertaking water works Construction.
  • Undertaking proper rehabilitation of buildings
  • Producing workable drawing of water works
  • Performing any other duties as may be assigned by Technical Manager.


Title of the Post: Head of Legal Service Unit
Number of Posts: One (1)
Qualification and Experience:
A holder of a Bachelor and Master’s degree in Law from a recognized Institution. Must be registered Advocate of the High Court of Tanzania and possessing a valid practicing certificate. The candidate must have at least 8 years working experience as a practicing lawyer and must be computer literate with interpersonal and communication skills

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Main Duties and Responsibilities: –

  • Advising the Managing Director and Management on legal implication of decisions pertaining to activities of the Authority.
  • Working in consultation with the heads of department to ensure that all decisions and action taken by the Authority are legal, proper, appropriate and ethical.
  • Drafting and presenting to the Managing Director and where applicable to the Board all legal documents for facilitations of the achievement of the Authority’s Mission and Goals.
  • Working with the Human Resources Officer to represent and defend the Authority’s interests in industrial disputes
  • Taking and preparing minutes at Board meetings.
  • Keeping in sound custody all minutes and documents pertaining to Board deliberations.
  • Drafting the Authority’s contracts for conduct of business with different stakeholders.
  • Attending Court session to defend interests of the Authority.
  • Performing any other activity as it may be assigned by the Managing Director.


Title of the Post: Head of Public Relations Unit
Number of Posts: One (1)
Post Purpose: Responsible for providing public relations advisory Service and managing reputation of the
Qualification and Experience:
Holder of a Bachelor and Master’s Degree /Postgraduate Diploma in Public Relation/lnternational Relation or Business Communication from a recognized University/lnstitute with at least 8 years working experience as a Public Relations Officer/ Journalist/Community Officer from recognized organization/ Institution. Must be ICT literate with strong interpersonal communication skills. 

Main Duties and Responsibilities: –

  • Creating and maintaining a good image of the Authority among its stakeholders and the general public
  • Keeping the general public informed of all relevant events and development with regard to KASHWASA services.
  • Keeping employees informed of all relevant events and development within and outside the Authority.
  • Maintaining good relations with the Ministry concerned with water as well as other bodies such as media and the public
  • Ensuring that the Authority prepares and carries out effective public relations programmes with particular attention to public health education, water conservation and tariff policies
  • Preparing promotional/advertisement materials concerning the Authority’s activities
  • Preparing various publications such as, press releases, folders, booklets, flyers, posters, banners and newsletters for the development of the Authority.
  • Preparing press conferences and meeting for the Authority upon approval from the Managing Director.
  • Managing and maintaining good relations between the customers and the Authority.
  • Coordinating all advertisements, announcements and education programme within and outside KASHWASA.
  • Performing any other duties as may assigned by the Managing Director.


Title of the Post: Assistant Supplies Officer II
Number of Posts: One (1)
Qualification and Experience:
Holder of Diploma in Materials Management or its equivalent from a recognized Institution. Must have completed Professional level III of Procurement Professional exams and registered with Procurement and Supplies Professionals and Technicians Board and ICT literate with good interpersonal communication skills.

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Main Duties and Responsibilities: –

  • Responsible for efficient receiving, inspection, storage and issuance of right materials of right quality at the right time to the Authority.
  • Recommending to the heads of department, standards and procedures for the storage and issue of all materials and services required for the proper operations.
  • Co-ordinating with department and Units ‘heads for the salvage of usable materials and the disposal of obsolete and non-salvageable items.
  • Ensuring availability of necessary materials all the time according to established stock levels.
  • Ensuring efficient, safe and economical storage of materials and supplies in store and stockyards.
  • Preparing materials annual expenditure budget and ensuring adherence to established standards of material usage.
  • Ensuring that proper record-keeping system is maintained for all stores.
  • Recommending to the Management on economical stocks purchase quantities, re-order levels, re-order time and effective system of stock control.
  • Performing any other duties as may be assigned by the Supervisor.


Title of the Post: Driver II
Number of Posts: Two (2)
Qualification and Experience:
Holder of a Form IV certificate with Clean and Valid Class “C” Driving License and attended professional driving course at the National Institute of Transport (NIT).Capable of driving all types of motor vehicles, motor cycles and machines. Must have experience of one (1) year with a clean driving record without causing any road accident. 

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Driving motor vehicles, motor cycles and machines as may be assigned;
  • Ensuring motor vehicles, motor cycles and machines and their accessories are in good condition;
  • Following up vehicles or machines under repairs and ensure that required spares are all fitted and that obsolete spares are returned to stores for verification;
  • Maintaining vehicle or machine cleanliness,
  • Ensuring safety of the vehicle and machines;
  • Maintaining and recording log books for all trips/ routes made;
  • Undertaking routine checks on the vehicle to ensure that it is serviceable;
  • Reporting any defect or problems detected in the vehicle or machines;
  • Monitoring mileage and sending vehicles for normal service when due;
  • Supervising, monitoring and certifying maintenance carried out on the vehicle is of adequate standard;
  • Monitoring and taking safe custody of vehicle all the time;
  • Monitoring fuel consumption of vehicles and advise; and
  • Performing any other duties related to the above as assigned by Transport Officer.


GENERAL CONDITIONS:

  • Age Limit: Not above 45 years for all posts.

Remuneration:

  • All posts carry attractive remuneration and fringe benefits, according to the Authority’s Scheme of Service.


Personal Attributes

  • High level of integrity, honest and sense of responsibility.
  • Team player with the ability to work independently.
  • Self – motivated.
  • Committed to deliver work of a high standard

Prospective candidates are invited to submit applications in their own handwriting together with copies of their certificates, a fully typed and signed Curriculum Vitae (CV) with e-mail address, a reliable postal address and telephone numbers, copies of relevant certificates/testimonials/transcripts and addresses of at least three(3) professional referees to the following: –

Managing Director,
KahamaShinyanga Water Supply and Sanitation Authority,
P.O. Box 1246,
SHINYANGA.

Closing Date 03rd December, 2019. 
NB:
All educational/professional certificates must be from accredited institutions which are recognized by the Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU), the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE), the National Examinations Council of Tanzania or other relevant bodies.

New Job at Kazini Kwetu, Account Receivables Manager | Deadline: 26th November, 2019

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KaziniKwetu Ltd
Jobs in Tanzania: New Job Opportunities at KaziniKwetu Ltd, 2019
AJIRA TANZANIA 2019 / NAFASI ZA KAZI 201

ACCOUNT RECEIVABLES MANAGER
Place: Dar es Salaam
Deadline: 26th November, 2019
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OVERVIEW
A reputable international company in Dar es Salaam is looking for Account Receivables Manager to asume responsibilities as soon as possible. Potential candidates are encouraged to apply through the link.
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Responsibilities
Maintain and execute collection strategies in line with set standards and policies.
Ensure timely and effective execution of internal control framework
Adjust and yield collection and credit activities accordingly to meet cash collection objectives.
Manage service level  agreements with 3rd party collection agencies and manage cost related to them
Manage bad debt provision and expenses
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Qualifications
Bachelor Degree in Accountancy, Finance
5 Years experience in receivables
CPA/ACCA or similar professional certificates
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New Job Vacancy at Kazini Kwetu, Montessory Teacher | Deadline: 05th December, 2019

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Jobs in Tanzania: New Job Opportunities at KaziniKwetu Ltd, 2019
AJIRA TANZANIA 2019 / NAFASI ZA KAZI 201

MONTESSORI TEACHER
Place: Kigamboni
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Our client is a reputable school in Kigamboni looking for Montessory Teachers to work in the Kigamboni campus.
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  • Develop and implement lesson plans to meet the specific needs of each child enrolled in the early learning program
  • Impart lessons on a one-on-one or group basis and assist children who may have trouble grasping concepts
  • Promote feelings of security and trust in children by encouraging them through activities
  • Talk, sing and read to infants in a bid to make children feel comfortable and enthusiastic in class
  • Respond quickly and in a soothing fashion to distressed children and ensure that they are made comfortable immediately
  • Conduct developmental screenings and ongoing assessments on children to determine motor, language, social, cognitive and emotional skills development
  • Communicate any significant findings to parents regarding behavior and assist parents in managing related issues
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  • Must have Montessory certificate
  • Must have passed through Montessory College
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Deadline: 05th December, 2019

Job Opportunity at Room to Read, Country Director – NAFASI ZA KAZI

Job Opportunity at Room to Read, Country Director

Country Director 

Position Overview:
The Country Director (CD) has the overall responsibility for the strategic leadership and direction for the Room to Read country program to achieve the organizational vision, mission, and objectives.  The Country Director leads the in-country senior management team and is responsible for all programmatic and operational aspects of the programs.  The CD represents Room to Read with government at all levels and with local and international organizations within country.  The CD leads in developing and overseeing implementation, reviewing and monitoring results of the country program goals, objectives and targets, and maintaining program fidelity, cost efficiency and effectiveness. The CD embodies the core values of Room to Read. Travel to all districts where Room to Read works will be required as needed. This position is based in Tanzania and reports directly to the Africa Regional Director.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Program Development, Implementation and Management
  • Provide leadership for the development, management, and implementation of all program activities in line with the overall Room to Read strategic plan and country context;
  • Direct the Country Management Team (CMT) and supervise staff providing them with the necessary assistance to ensure that program activities are carried out in accordance with Room to Read requirements ensuring programs are implemented on time, on budget, and done with quality outcomes;
  • Develop and maintain consistent, clear and timely communications among the country office and with global colleagues;
  • Manage reporting on country-related activities including those of any implementing partners to internal and external stakeholders;
  • Develop strategies and action plans that address organizational priorities through conducting strategic and operational planning exercises;
  • Cooperate with relevant in-country and Global Office staff to strengthen and improve program impact, scale readiness and sustainability;
  • Effectively implement monitoring and review systems to ensure delivery against plans;
  • Visit partner, field offices and project sites on a regular basis to support field staff and field operations; engage with local school and community leaders; and maintain clear visibility and knowledge of operational challenges and successes;
  • Financial and Resource Management, Compliance and Control
  • Provide oversight to financial and administrative functions in the Country Office ensuring full compliance with Room to Read policies and donor regulations;
  • Oversee the development and implementation of the annual country budget in accordance with the mission and vision of Room to Read;
  • Ensure adequate internal controls are established and followed per Room to Read policies and donor regulations;
  • Ensure systematic budget monitoring is conducted;
  • Ensure effective grant management systems are in place for accurate, on-time reporting and compliance with donor conditionality and requirements;
  • Ensure legal compliance in all areas including taxation, employment law, insurance, contracts and other Room to Read requirements.
  • People Operations Management and Organizational Development
  • Provide management expertise and leadership to a technically diverse team and create a work environment that promotes high performing teams;
  • Oversee timely recruitment and on-boarding of staff;
  • Conduct staff appraisals to ensure high quality performance, identify capacity building needs of staff, and ensure the appropriate support is provided;
  • Conduct regularly scheduled CMT and All-Staff meetings to assess organizational progress;
  • Promote behaviors and ways of working aligned with Room to Read’s core values, mission and vision.
  • Representation and External Relations
  • Develop and manage relationships with Room to Read Tanzania stakeholders and partners, peer organizations, government agencies and educational facilities and authorities;
  • Represent Room to Read in-country within the education and development community, attending events as necessary and ensuring Room to Read’s strong reputation;
  • In close coordination with Global Office, represent Room to Read at relevant donor meetings and assist in planning and hosting donor visits.
  • Security and Risk Management
  • Oversee safety and security protocols and ensure program and office operations take into account local safety and security considerations;
  • Maintain appropriate contingency plans for emergencies;
  • Ensure all staff understands and complies with established policies.

Qualifications:
Required:

  • Master’s Degree in Business or Public Administration/Management/Education;
  • A minimum of ten years of relevant professional experience, with a minimum of 7 years in a senior management capacity (preferably in INGO sector);
  • A management style that is outcome-oriented, and flexible, which respects the capabilities and independence of staff, while providing them with a clear sense of direction and enabling their success;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills – a capacity to listen well and inspire trust;
  • Ability to communicate, negotiate and maintain relations with all stakeholders;
  • Strong planning, supervising and program development skills;
  • Demonstrated track record of building and motivating highly effective teams;
  • Ability to travel frequently to provinces throughout the country;
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills;
  • Proven track record of achieving results;
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously and take initiative;
  • Experience in developing and/or implementing large-scale literacy, girls education, or other community development initiatives.

Compensation:
Room to Read offers a competitive salary with excellent benefits; benefits includes 13th month bonus, provident fund, accidental and health insurances for staff and their family; paid time off and staff professional development. The non-monetary compensation includes a unique opportunity to be part of an innovative, meaningful, fun, and rapidly growing organization that is changing, transforming the lives of millions of children in low-income countries by focusing on literacy and gender equality in education.

Location(s)

Tanzania – Main – Dar Es Salaam

To be successful at Room to Read, you will also:

Have passion for our mission and a strong desire to impact a dynamic nonprofit organization
Be a proactive and innovative thinker who achieves results and creates positive change
Have a very high level of personal and professional integrity and trustworthiness
Embrace diversity and a commitment to collaboration
Thrive in a fast-paced and fun environment

Room to Read is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to identifying and developing the skills and leadership of people from diverse backgrounds. EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled

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Job Opportunity at WASSHA Inc, Global Expansion Manager – NAFASI ZA KAZI

Job Opportunity at WASSHA Inc, Global Expansion Manager

Job Summary
The Global Expansion Manager will focus on project management country launch and scale operations.
Minimum Qualification: Bachelor
Experience Level: Management level
Experience Length: 5 years



Position Title: Global Expansion Manager

Location:  Flexible – could be based in any market where WASSHA is active
Company Overview:
WASSHA Inc., provides solar lantern rental service to the people in off-grid area by innovative and affordable way. Our mission is “Power to the people”, which means to empower all the stakeholders including, but not limited to, low income people in hard-to-reach area and small business entrepreneur. WASSHA aims to realize a cutting-edge society in Africa by solving social issues in rural villages.

Job Overview: 
We are looking for a responsible and self-motivated Global Expansion Manager to help with organization expansion from Tanzania where the company is currently operating to the other countries in Africa. The Global Expansion Manager will focus on project management country launch and scale operations by 1) establishing country management team, 2) ensuring soft launch operations meet key performance indicators across major functions, and 3) supporting the transition to commercial launch. You will directly report to Head of Global Expansion with the expectation that you will share best practices across markets. You should also be comfortable travelling and/or living abroad. The goal will be to ensure the profitability of our company’s activities to drive sustainable development and long-term success.

Key Responsibilities:
Identify customer needs and requirements of solar product by implementing trials in the field in several markets
Research the country or region thoroughly and adapt strategies accordingly
Identify potential market size by doing desktop survey and field survey
Research required permit and licenses in relation to set up an entity in each country
Research competitive products by identifying and evaluating product characteristics, market share, pricing, and advertising, maintaining research databases
Review existing tax scheme to ensure WASSHA will apply correct tax codes and optimize tax implications
Recruit, vet, and train all staff in new markets
Monitor performance at all levels and schedule training as required
Prepare a business plan and budget

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Management, International Business or equivalent
  • Five years work experience in solar industry
  • Five years work experience in international business development or equivalent
  • A solid understanding of budgeting and financial planning
  • The ability to recruit staff and monitor performance
  • Strong data analysis skills preferred, proficient usage of MS Excel is required
  • A good knowledge base of the region, and a willingness to learn
  • Excellent English and French
  • Excellent interpersonal skills at all levels, including people-management, leadership and both written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience living abroad is advantageous
  • Customer service orientation
  • Entrepreneurial spirit and collaborative nature
  • Problem analysis and problem solving
  • Attention to detail and accuracy
  • A passion for WASSHA and our customers 

Highly Desired Skills & Experience:
Experience living or working in a rural economy
Experience utilizing analytical techniques to drive data driven decisions
Financial modeling skills
Ability to read, interpret and take relevant and nimble action on a P&L and financial statements

How to Apply:
Interested individuals should submit their applications to recruit@tz.wassha.com indicating:
1. Why you think you qualify for this post
2. Application letter and current CV. CV should indicate relevant experience based on previous tasks and skills that you are bringing into the organization
3. Names and contacts of three referees who have supervised you in your previous working history

Job Opportunity at Standard Chartered, Fraud Analyst, Retail Banking – NAFASI ZA KAZI

Job Opportunity at Standard Chartered, Fraud Analyst, Retail Banking

Job Title: Fraud Analyst, Retail Banking – (1900028457)

Job: Risk
Primary Location: Africa & Middle East-Tanzania-Dar es Salaam
Schedule: Full-time
Employee Status: Permanent
Posting Date: 14/Nov/2019
Unposting Date: 29/Nov/2019


About Standard Chartered
We are a leading international bank focused on helping people and companies prosper across Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
To us, good performance is about much more than turning a profit. It’s about showing how you embody our valued behaviours – do the right thing, better together and never settle – as well as our brand promise, Here for good.

We’re committed to promoting equality in the workplace and creating an inclusive and flexible culture – one where everyone can realise their full potential and make a positive contribution to our organisation. This in turn helps us to provide better support to our broad client base.

The Role Responsibilities
Support the Fraud Risk Head in developing a sustainable system for Fraud identification, monitoring, investigating and reporting in order to minimize fraud losses and ensure timely recovery of fraud related claims.

Reduce fraud losses by way of :
-Timely investigation and resolution of cases
-All possible recovery opportunities to be explored and tracked closely.
Identify and develop effective fraud control policies and procedures in line with the Fraud risk Management strategy of Prevention, Detection, Deterrence, Mitigation, Investigation and Recovery.
Identify, Investigate and Resolve Fraud issues relating to retail clients portfolio; Identify, develop and continuously improve fraud prevention procedures and measures.
Track Fraud losses closely and ensure that they do not exceed the budgets.(Budgets are determined annually at group level)
Make informed recommendations on Fraud write-offs.
Liaise with Industry risk forums, franchisee, regulators and law enforcements as appropriate.
Contribute to the initiatives of the bank including Customer charter and ensure compliance to regulatory, legal and internal policies of the bank.
Analyze and review fraud trends and provide recommendations to Manager retail risk operations on control measures to minimize / mitigate such frauds.
Ensure generation of adequate MI is in place and necessary submissions are made on time including regulatory submissions if applicable.
Independently determines if transactions are fraudulent and should be cancelled and refunded, or are legitimate and should be processed and fulfilled;
Maintains or exceeds guidelines for timely resolution of disputed transactions to minimize potential revenue losses;
Track chargeback activity working to identify best practices for identifying fraud;
Contacts and effectively communicates with internal and external customers, banks, and Law Enforcement via multiple channels (phone, email, etc…) and effectively manages incoming communication
Maintains or exceeds established standards for customer service, and resolves issues with little or no supervision; escalates complex issues as necessary;
Works effectively with peers and leadership by communicating fraud trends and sharing ideas and information in a constructive and positive manner;
Conducts analysis of transactional and customer records to link unidentified transactions and accounts to known fraudulent activity;
Analyzes acquired data and reports to identify new fraudulent activity;
Investigate fraudulent activities and work with Law Enforcement to bring cases to prosecution;
Maintains or exceeds required performance standards;
Performs special projects in a timely manner, as requested.

Our Ideal Candidate

  • Knowledge of the operating procedures and policies of Retail Clients
  • Degree education with 2 years banking experienced
  • Experience of fraud investigation, prevention and management, including interview techniques, research methods, accounting and audit control based procedures, rules of evidence, and disciplinary procedures.
  • A background in regulatory, legal, law enforcement, audit, or similar work is essential.
  • Card product and specific investigation knowledge would be a plus.
  • An appropriate professional qualification is desirable.

Apply now to join the Bank for those with big career ambitions.
To view information on our benefits including our flexible working please visit our career pages.

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Job Opportunity at Standard Chartered, Senior Product Manager – Retail Banking – NAFASI ZA KAZI

Job Title: Senior Product Manager – Retail Banking – (1900028462)

Job: Retail Banking
Primary Location: Africa & Middle East-Tanzania-Dar es Salaam
Schedule: Full-time
Employee Status: Permanent
Posting Date: 14/Nov/2019
Unposting Date: 28/Nov/2019

About Standard Chartered
We are a leading international bank focused on helping people and companies prosper across Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
To us, good performance is about much more than turning a profit. It’s about showing how you embody our valued behaviours – do the right thing, better together and never settle – as well as our brand promise, Here for good.

We’re committed to promoting equality in the workplace and creating an inclusive and flexible culture – one where everyone can realise their full potential and make a positive contribution to our organisation. This in turn helps us to provide better support to our broad client base.

The Role Responsibilities

  • Business Performance
  • Implement and commericalise global standard Product program for Business Banking Products in Uganda.
  • Collaborate effectively with Business Banking team, Client Acquisition and Relationship teams and Global Banking/ Transation Banking to leverage the eco-system and help deliver budgeted Balance Sheet and NFI targets
  • Execute global standard Product Optimization strategies to deliver Product level RoRWA
  • Implement the integrated product segment strategy with specific enablers and track program performance along with Business Banking team
  • Optimize fees and charges to create value for clients in line with TCF principles
  • Support learning academy for the development of appropriate training content for the acquisition, relationship and service teams
  • Responsible for Portfolio health on relevant products – delivery through regular engagement with Risk teams in country to track portfolio performance (through lead indicators) and taking necessary actions to ensure loan impairment is within approved and acceptable limits.

Product & Service Delivery
Have oversight and ownership on end-to-end (standard) process to ensure execution of on-boarding for clients and fulfillment of products through engagement with relevant stakeholders involved in executing the standard process to ensure we deliver a seamless client CVP
Complaints & Client Experience: Collaborate closely with the CEPG teams to Identify gaps and design failures in existing process and products and work with global and regional product teams to solve for endemic design issues to improve overall product and Service delivery

Product Launches & Product Maintenance

  • Execute the global Product standardization and Product rationalization agenda across BC Products
  • Work with segment and frontline teams to identify client needs and launch existing global product solutions to meet these needs. In the absence of existing global solutions work with the regional team to have the relevant proposition developed as a global solution for implementation
  • Governance
  • Manage compliance of PPGs & CADs
  • Ensure compliance to Group & Country AML and CDD policies
  • Apply now to join the Bank for those with big career ambitions.
  • To view information on our benefits including our flexible working please visit our career pages.

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Job Opportunity at SPENN Tanzania, Assistant Internal Controller – NAFASI ZA KAZI

Job Opportunity at SPENN Tanzania, Assistant Internal Controller

Assistant Internal Controller

Details

Location – One of the Corporate Offices (Rwanda, Tanzania, Zambia).

About SPENN

SPENN is a global mobile banking application developed by Blockbonds AS, a Norwegian Fintech company. Through the SPENN app, everyone can access services such as: money transfers to

anyone, anywhere, cashless transactions in local stores, e-commerce, saving money and investment capabilities – all these secure, instant and free. The SPENN app is completely free to download and

use. We believe that everyone should have equal access to banking services. If you share our values, we would love to have you on board our team, and commonly work towards success of our brand!

Our vision is to give banking access to everyone, regardless of demographical, sociocultural and geographical factors. SPENN currently seek for candidates to join our teams in Tanzania, Rwanda and/or Zambia.

Position Overview

Internal Controller will be in a central role of controlling day-to-day operations and monitoring business activity. As a part of Blockbonds’ and SPENN’s Compliance team, due diligence and SA
 reporting will be considered main responsibilities. You will execute and perform duties including but not limited to procedural compliance controlling, identifying risks connected with new projects and suggesting process improvement potential, performing initial Suspicious Activity investigation. You will help in maintaining and improving communication between HQ and local office/s regarding compliance and controlling matters. The position offers a variety of assignments, and flexibility is an important factor for success.

You are a person with great learning abilities and strong analytical skills. You enjoy structure and finding modern solutions to traditional methods. You have a curious nature and you think outside the box. You are a team player who will work closely with Blockbonds’ Internal Controller and Compliance Officer to help make SPENN a success. Your insights and work will have a global positive effect on many impoverished people.

Duties & Responsibilities

Control operations within one or more local offices.
Detect and report deviations from procedures in day-to-day operations to Internal Control department in HQ.
Provide Local and National insight in potential risk exposure throughout the business.
First-hand involved in our KYC solution, and identify improvement potential.
Assist in planning and securing efficient, solid processes in different departments.
Assist in monthly reporting to Blockbonds and business partners.
Supervise complaints and complaints management.

Skills & Qualifications

Must be fluent in English and local language.
Analytical mindset.
Well-structured and at the same time eager to learn.
Positive personal attitude, but assertive when necessary.
Ability to effectively communicate at different levels of organizational structure.
Basic Microsoft Excel skills is required.
Previous banking/controlling/AML experience is preferred, but not required.

Company Perks & Benefits

Mandatory government payments
Paid leaves
Sufficient equipment
Great work environment
Opportunity to work in a global environment

  • Working for a socially good cause
  • Growth in global tasks and responsibilities

How to Apply

Please send your resume and cover letter to:

Careers.rw@spenn.com (for applicants from Rwanda)

Careers.tz@spenn.com (for applicants from Tanzania)

Careers.zm@spenn.com (for applicants from Zambia)

The Programme Officer (PO) at Embassy of Denmark

Tanzania is one of Denmark’s largest priority countries, Danish development assistance to Tanzania covers a variety of areas including Support to Ministry of Finance, Public Financial Management, support to tax modernisation, Health, Good Governance, and Business Sector Development. More information about the Danish Embassy can be obtained through tanzania.um.dk The Embassy is seeking to recruit a highly motivated, energetic and experienced Programme Officer, on a 30 month contract
Role:
The Programme Officer (PO) is responsible for carrying out tasks for the signed a development agreement with the European Commission and contribute to the implementation of the DKK 250 million Governance Programme focusing on accountability, transparency and the rule of law. The PO will be responsible for the management of a number of governance, projects as well as the provision of strategic input and advice on governance across the Embassy
Mode of Work O The PO refers to the Embassy management and is part of the Governance Team. The PO makes decisions in all ordinary matters within the PO’s area of responsibility as they fall within the framework of the current programme grant and stipulated guidelines.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
• Monitoring and management of programmes in the field of governance, in particular Danish support to CSOs, and those related to rule of law and human rights
• Undertake analysis on developments concerning governance, political developments and gender equality
• Contribute to sector policy dialogue and donor coordination, represent Denmark in relevant fora and follow up on developments and debates within the sector
• Participate in the internal financial administration and the dialogue with partner organisations concerning plans and budgets, financial reporting, accounts and audit
• Other relevant duties as may be assigned from time to time


Knowledge, Skills and experience

• Master degree in governance, political science, law, social sciences, or similar
• A minimum of four years of post-graduate working experience in areas such as development, rule of law, human rights, gender, governance, and project management Very strong knowledge of Tanzania’s political environment, governance, and gender
• A broad knowledge and interests in the area of development cooperation and aid effectiveness, preferably from working with donor projects and programmes. Solid experience in project cycle appraisal, project management and monitoring
• Excellent communication skills in English and Swahili – both written and oral
• Proactive, motivated, energetic, service-minded and result-oriented personality
• Very strong analytical and strategic skills
• Ability to work under pressure, independently carry out the full range of tasks under tight deadlines, while at the same time proactively take new initiatives for management’s approval
• Team player who thrives in a multi-disciplinary and multicultural working environment

How to Apply

To apply please send your application with your Curriculum Vitae to daramb@um.dk with the word “Programme Officer” as subject. Do not attach certificates. Deadline: 30th November 2019. Expected start date is 1ST January 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter. Only successful. candidates will be contacted by the Embassy

Accountant at Saint Gobain Lodhia Gypsum Industries (SGLG)

Applications are invited from suitably qualified employees for the following vacancy:
POSITION: ACCOUNTANT
DEPARTMENT: FINANCE
LOCATION: Saint-Gobain Lodhia Gypsum industries, Arusha.
MAIN DUTIES
As an Accountant, you will form part of the SG Lodhia Gypsum Industries Finance leadership team and will report to the Finance Manager:
TASKS
As an Accountant, you will be responsible for the following:
• Daily motoring of postings of all accounting Transactions in SAPB1
• Sales credit checking for credit customers before sale is completed Administering and supervised monthly payroll and related expenses
• Preparation of statutory payments such as SDL PAYE WCF and social contributions:
• Daily & Monthly Bank reconciliations:
• Monitoring and checking Weekly Account Payables and receivables. reconciliation and aging Analysis report and ensures they are dispatched to sales Team for debt collection.
• Daily/Weekly and Monthly management of petty cash
• Preparation of Company’s month and year end dosing Preparation of Monthly Audit Schedules Balance Sheet Reconciliation with all its supporting schedules Monthly maintenance of Fixed Assets Register, Prepayment Schedules,
• Provisions/Accruals Schedule Maintenance of Monthly Reconciliation of EFD Sales Vs B1 Sales with respective VAT Portion
• Monthly Reporting to TRA on credit notes passed through Filling of Adjustment Notice
• Daily cost Centres Analysis
Qualifications required to fulfil the role
• Degree/Advance Diploma/Ordinary Diploma in Accountancy / Finance
• At least 2 years of experience in Accounting/Finance Working Environment CPA/ACCA is an added advantage
• Good communication skills.
• Competent in using accounting software such as SAP Business One.
• Attention to detail.

How to Apply

You can expect to become part of an innovative, international Group that is a market leader; a Group united by strong values that are shared by all employees. There are multiple prospects for career growth through training and international opportunities. Interested candidates should send CVs and application letters no later than 20th November, 2019 to hr@gyproc.co.zw Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Female candidates are encouraged to apply.

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.  

New Job Vacancy at Room to Read, Country Director | November, 2019

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Room to Read
Jobs in Tanzania 2019: New Job Vacancies at Room to Read, 2019
AJIRA TANZANIA 2019 / NAFASI ZA KAZI 2019

Position: Country Director
Position Overview:
The Country Director (CD) has the overall responsibility for the strategic leadership and direction for the Room to Read country program to achieve the organizational vision, mission, and objectives. The Country Director leads the in-country senior management team and is responsible for all programmatic and operational aspects of the programs. The CD represents Room to Read with government at all levels and with local and international organizations within country. The CD leads in developing and overseeing implementation, reviewing and monitoring results of the country program goals, objectives and targets, and maintaining program fidelity, cost efficiency and effectiveness. The CD embodies the core values of Room to Read. Travel to all districts where Room to Read works will be required as needed. This position is based in Tanzania and reports directly to the Africa Regional Director.
Recommended:  
Duties & Responsibilities:
Program Development, Implementation and Management
• Provide leadership for the development, management, and implementation of all program activities in line with the overall Room to Read strategic plan and country context;
• Direct the Country Management Team (CMT) and supervise staff providing them with the necessary assistance to ensure that program activities are carried out in accordance with Room to Read requirements ensuring programs are implemented on time, on budget, and done with quality outcomes;
• Develop and maintain consistent, clear and timely communications among the country office and with global colleagues;
• Manage reporting on country-related activities including those of any implementing partners to internal and external stakeholders;
• Develop strategies and action plans that address organizational priorities through conducting strategic and operational planning exercises;
• Cooperate with relevant in-country and Global Office staff to strengthen and improve program impact, scale readiness and sustainability;
• Effectively implement monitoring and review systems to ensure delivery against plans;
• Visit partner, field offices and project sites on a regular basis to support field staff and field operations; engage with local school and community leaders; and maintain clear visibility and knowledge of operational challenges and successes;

Financial and Resource Management, Compliance and Control
• Provide oversight to financial and administrative functions in the Country Office ensuring full compliance with Room to Read policies and donor regulations;
• Oversee the development and implementation of the annual country budget in accordance with the mission and vision of Room to Read;
• Ensure adequate internal controls are established and followed per Room to Read policies and donor regulations;
• Ensure systematic budget monitoring is conducted;
• Ensure effective grant management systems are in place for accurate, on-time reporting and compliance with donor conditionality and requirements;
• Ensure legal compliance in all areas including taxation, employment law, insurance, contracts and other Room to Read requirements.
People Operations Management and Organizational Development
• Provide management expertise and leadership to a technically diverse team and create a work environment that promotes high performing teams;
• Oversee timely recruitment and on-boarding of staff;
• Conduct staff appraisals to ensure high quality performance, identify capacity building needs of staff, and ensure the appropriate support is provided;
• Conduct regularly scheduled CMT and All-Staff meetings to assess organizational progress;
• Promote behaviors and ways of working aligned with Room to Read’s core values, mission and vision.
Recommended:

MODE OF APPLICATION: APPLY ONLINE
Representation and External Relations
• Develop and manage relationships with Room to Read Tanzania stakeholders and partners, peer organizations, government agencies and educational facilities and authorities;
• Represent Room to Read in-country within the education and development community, attending events as necessary and ensuring Room to Read’s strong reputation;
• In close coordination with Global Office, represent Room to Read at relevant donor meetings and assist in planning and hosting donor visits.

Security and Risk Management

• Oversee safety and security protocols and ensure program and office operations take into account local safety and security considerations;
• Maintain appropriate contingency plans for emergencies;
• Ensure all staff understands and complies with established policies.

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NEW TANZANIAN JOBS OPPORTUNITIES 2019 (1,430+ POSTS)

Qualifications:
Required:

• Master’s Degree in Business or Public Administration/Management/Education;
• A minimum of ten years of relevant professional experience, with a minimum of 7 years in a senior management capacity (preferably in INGO sector);
• A management style that is outcome-oriented, and flexible, which respects the capabilities and independence of staff, while providing them with a clear sense of direction and enabling their success;
• Excellent interpersonal skills – a capacity to listen well and inspire trust;
• Ability to communicate, negotiate and maintain relations with all stakeholders;
• Strong planning, supervising and program development skills;
• Demonstrated track record of building and motivating highly effective teams;
• Ability to travel frequently to provinces throughout the country;
• Strong verbal and written communication skills;
• Proven track record of achieving results;
• Ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously and take initiative;
• Experience in developing and/or implementing large-scale literacy, girls education, or other community development initiatives.

Compensation:
Room to Read offers a competitive salary with excellent benefits; benefits includes 13th month bonus, provident fund, accidental and health insurances for staff and their family; paid time off and staff professional development. The non-monetary compensation includes a unique opportunity to be part of an innovative, meaningful, fun, and rapidly growing organization that is changing, transforming the lives of millions of children in low-income countries by focusing on literacy and gender equality in education.

Location(s): Tanzania – Main – Dar Es Salaam
To be successful at Room to Read, you will also:
• Have passion for our mission and a strong desire to impact a dynamic nonprofit organization
• Be a proactive and innovative thinker who achieves results and creates positive change
• Have a very high level of personal and professional integrity and trustworthiness
• Embrace diversity and a commitment to collaboration
• Thrive in a fast-paced and fun environment

Room to Read is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to identifying and developing the skills and leadership of people from diverse backgrounds. EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled.

Automobile Engineer at Mohammed Enterprises Tanzania Ltd – MeTL Group

Job Summary
  • Automobile Engineering

Minimum Qualification: Bachelor
Experience Level: Executive level
Experience Length: 5 years

Job Description Metl Group group Company

  • Job allocation to technician working in transport workshop
  • Maintaining working tools
  • Vehicle Troubleshooting
  • Braking system
  • Trucks  maintenance and repair
  • Trucks Services
  • Guiding / helping them to do the given work properly and professionally
  • Special Exposure- Driving,
  • Experience of 7 yrs in Transportation company in different type of trucks

NOTE: Candidate should have degree in automobile Engineering  and MUST be  registered  and recognized by Tanzania Engineering Board

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.

Postdoctoral Position For The Partoma Project at Aga Khan University (AKU)

The PartoMa study is an interdisciplinary research project that suggests a large scale-up implementation study building on an innovative pilot study from Zanzibar, where context-tailored clinical guidelines and reoccurring training of birth attendants (the PartoMa intervention) appeared associated with improved care and survival at birth. The proposed research will be situated in five Tanzanian urban, overburdened hospitals with more than 60,000 births annually. At these facilities, the overall aim is to investigate whether and how clinical guidelines and low-dose, high-frequency training may be context-modified to cost-effectively improve quality of intrapartum decision making and, ultimately, improve maternal and perinatal outcomes.
The roles and responsibilities of the Postdoctoral student embedded in this project:
  • Engage in document preparation for Ethical review in collaboration with the other members of the research team.
  • Plan, co-ordinate, supervise and carry out pre-intervention quality of care study in all five facilities in Dar es Salaam, prior to development of the modified PartoMa intervention.
  • Explore data monitoring, surveillance practices and infrastructures in order to understand opportunities and challenges in generating accurate monitoring of birth data.
  • Engage in modifying the Zanzibar PartoMa intervention to match the needs at the five facilities in Dar es Salaam by collaborating with co-creators that include skilled birth attendants, hospital management and women.
  • Plan, co-ordinate, supervise and carry out the PartoMa intervention in all five facilities in Dar es Salaam.
  • Analyse quantitative and qualitative data collected within the PartoMa study, in collaboration with the research team.
  • Write manuscripts and present research at national and international meetings.
  • Participate in research dissemination activities, including public outreach.
  • Participate in research capacity building and teaching activities in Aga Khan University.

Skills, Qualifications and Experience:

  • PhD in epidemiology or other health sciences-related field.
  • Experience with epidemiological and qualitative analysis, preferably related to maternal or perinatal health.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and conversant in Swahili.
  • Working experience in a low- and middle-income country setting.
  • Ability to work relatively independently and collaborate within an interdisciplinary and international as demonstrated in previous team projects team.

How to Apply

Candidates meeting the above requirements, and seeking professional growth and an excellent work environment should forward their letter of application, curriculum vitae (CV), testimonials and addresses (postal and email) of three referees to The Associate Dean, Medical College c/o Human Resources Office, AKU, P.O. Box 125, Dar es Salaam; Fax (+255) (0)22 2150875 or email hr.tanzania@aku.edu Applications should be submitted latest by 29th November, 2019.

Participatory Review and User-Friendly Guideline Preparation for Women Access to Finance at SNV Tanzania

Participatory Review and User-Friendly Guideline Preparation for Women Access to Finance at LGAs
Job Summary
The project is supporting 19 women groups to access finance at the 6 LGAs located in Mbeya, Songwe, Rukwa and Katavi regions. The consultant is required to undertake the following key activities and produce the associated deliverables
  • Minimum Qualification: Unspecifie
  • Experience Level: No Experience
  • Experience Length: No Experience/Less than 1 year
Job Description
Terms of reference title -Making Revolving Fund at LGAs Work for Women SMEs in Sunflower Market System
Sector and Program – Agriculture Sector
Project – Transforming Agricultural Markets (TAM)
Geographical focus – Mbeya, Songwe, Rukwa and Katavi regions
Proposed start date – 14th January 2020.
Proposed end date – 15th February 2020.
Open to: Individual consultants
1.0. Introduction
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.
SNV is implementing a two-year project called Transforming Agricultural Markets (TAM), which started in August 2018, and 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 providers.
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, and to ii) provide documented evidence for national level policy dialogue and reforms. The project aims at achieving the following impact and outcomes:
Impact: Improved livelihoods of SHFs and SMEs in the dairy and sunflower market systems
Long term outcome: Increased access and inclusiveness to basic services (production, financial, capacity services) and strengthened business environment for SHFs and agribusinesses in dairy and sunflower market systems. 
Outcomes:
a) Increased responsiveness of Government to the issues of smallholder farmers and SMEs.
b) Increased collective actions of stakeholders for the improvement of access to basic services and entitlements, and business environment.
The TAM project focuses on making policies work for smallholder farmers (SHF), and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) by enhancing good governance, accountability and responsiveness by government, local organisations and stakeholders in dairy and sunflower market systems. The targeted areas for increased responsiveness and accountability relations are, functioning cooperatives and harmonisation of regulations in the dairy market system; and contract farming and women access to finance from local government authorities (LGAs) in the sunflower market system.

2.0 Background to the Assignment
The government of the United Republic of Tanzania through the Ministry of Community Development, Women Affairs and Children developed and approved the “Policy on Women in Development in Tanzania” in March 2019. The policy provides a framework to address key challenges hindering women in development initiatives including access to finance
The Policy led to the establishment of Women and Youth Development Fund – a Revolving Fund and during the financial year 2018/19 (FY 2018/19), the parliament amended the Local Government Finances Act # 9 of 1982 through Finance Act of 2018 by inserting section 37A in which the Revolving Fund and the law became effective from July 1st 2018. The amendments to the Local Government Finances Act were followed by The Regulation for Issuance and Governance of Group Loans to Women, Youth and People with Disabilities at LGAs which sets the conditions and requirements for accessing loans from LGAs by the target groups.

TAM Project has been facilitating women SMEs to form and register groups at LGA level in order to access funding from the LGAs in Mbeya, Songwe, Rukwa and Katavi regions. During implementation of the women access to finance interventions, through the revolving fund, several governance problems were raised by stakeholders. Some of the issues includes; lacking transparency, inadequate availability of information on procedures and requirements to the target beneficiaries, low levels of sensitization by government officials on the fund activities, fear of penalty for failures to repay loans, and long bureaucratic procedures. The TAM project has facilitated and built the capacity of involved stakeholders to collaborate in addressing the issues in issuance of loans from LGAs to women in order to make The Local Government Finances Act and Regulation for Issuance and Governance of Group Loans to Women, Youth and People with Disabilities from LGAs work for women SMEs in sunflower market system. It is therefore against this background that SNV is seeking the services of an individual consultant to carry out a participatory review of the Regulation (Regulation for Issuance and Governance of Group Loans to Women, Youth and People with Disabilities from LGAs), prepare and develop the User-Friendly Guidelines for Women Access to Finance at LGAs, and use as a case from Mbeya, Songwe, Rukwa and Katavi regions, develop a Policy Brief for national level advocacy for women Access to Finance from LGAs.

3.0 Purpose and objectives of the assignment
The purpose of the assignment is to enable key stakeholders in Women Access to Finance at LGAs in the four project regions to review the Regulation for Issuance and Governance of Group Loans to Women, Youth and People with Disabilities, and develop User-friendly Guidelines for women groups in sunflower processing and businesses, and Policy brief to enable these players to advocate for needed policy changes.
The objectives of the assignment are to:
a) Review of existing Regulation for Issuance and Governance of Group Loans to Women, Youth and People with Disabilities in reference to Women Access to Finance at LGAs of project intervention districts of Mbeya, Songwe, Rukwa and Katavi regions. The review should put particular emphasis
on: i) efficiency and effectiveness the regulations, in terms of costs and time associated to groups forming and registration as well as the extent to which LGAs achieved objectives of the Law in
this area; ii) processes in terms of what works well and what don’t and why (contributing factors), iii) Institutional Structure whether it supports or hinders the implementation of the Regulation;
iv) Case for strategic change, in terms of what is proposed to change and what the change should look like;
b) Develop User-friendly Guidelines manual in Kiswahili with a format which explains sequentially the topics, the steps, conditions and requirements, government and banking institutions with its
related procedures and contact persons and elaborating expected outputs per each step.
c) A policy brief for national level advocacy for Women Access to Finance at LGAs which provides the effects and evidence which is required to review national regulations on women access to finance.

4.0 Scope of work
The project is supporting 19 women groups to access finance at the 6 LGAs located in Mbeya, Songwe, Rukwa and Katavi regions. The consultant is required to undertake the following key activities and produce the associated deliverables:
Key Activity 1: Participatory Review of the Regulation
i. Consultation with TAM project staff for clarification on the assignment especially on Women Access to Finance at LGAs intervention area and on the TOR’s objectives and deliverables.
ii. Desk review of secondary resources such as Local Government Finances Act as amended in 2018 especially section 37A together with the Regulation for Issuance and Governance of Group Loans
to Women, Youth and People with Disabilities from LGAs. He/she is also expected to familiarise with the TAM project reports.
iii. Develop and share with TAM staff questionnaires for key resource persons and FGD. Incorporate inputs from TAM staff on the questionnaires.
iv. Facilitate Focus Group Discussions (women groups) and key informants interviews. The discussions and interviews should aim at capturing issues and their effects which hinders access to finance relate to groups’ registration fees, differences on the application of the law between LGAs, procedures and requirements for opening bank accounts,
v. Prepare and facilitate validation workshops (one workshop per region or one workshop for everytwo regions) including workshop agenda, facilitation tools n collaboration with TAM project staff.
vi. Produce a report on the FGDs and workshop outputs.
vii. Prepare Report of the Review of the Regulation and its policy recommendations
Deliverables: A Concise Report of the Review of the Regulation with methodology used, main findings and policy recommendations. The FGD and workshop outputs should be annexed to the report.
Key activity 2: Develop a User-Friendly Guideline manual and policy brief for Women Access to Finance at LGAs.
i. Review existing Regulations and use it develop a manual of user-friendly guidelines in Swahili which is easily accessible and understood by women SMEs and businesses in sunflower.
ii. Organise and facilitate a validation workshop for the guidelines which, in consultations with TAM project, will involve Community Development Officers from the LGAs, Women SME Groups, and
other relevant actors.
iii. Incorporate inputs and comments from the validation workshop to produce a final draft of the manual for User-Friendly Guidelines for Women Access to Finance at LGAs.
Deliverables: Workshop reports detailing the process and key findings in developing the use-friendly guidelines; and a Draft manual of User-Friendly Guidelines for Women Access to Finance at LGAs.
Key activity 3: Develop a policy brief for use by key stakeholders (Women SME groups, Regional MSPs etc) for Women Access to Finance at LGAs to advocate for policy changes in the Regulation for increasing Women Access to Finance.
i. Draft the policy paper based on the Report of the Review of the Regulation and stakeholders’ recommendations documented during workshops including validation workshop.
ii. Prepare and make a PPT presentation to the validation workshops in consultation with TAM project staff) and the TAM project team on the main points of the policy brief.
iii. Finalise the policy brief by incorporating stakeholders’ feedback during the validation workshop
Deliverables: A final draft policy brief with maximum five pages. 

5.0 Methodology
The consultant is expected to propose the methodology and the justifications for the proposed methodology. The whole assignment will be participatory in nature whereby the project stakeholders are the key participants in the focus group discussions and the main users of the User-friendly Guideline.
Therefore, the methodology shall include at the minimum the following: sampling of the women groups and districts, face to face discussions, FGD, validation meetings and reporting. 

6.0 Time Frame and reporting
6.1 Timeframe
The assignment period is 15 working days, delivered within the period of Monday 14th January 2020 and Tuesday 15th February 2020.
6.2 Reporting
The consultant will work in close supervision of and report to, the TAM Policy Advisor.

7.0 Competence required
The consultant must clearly demonstrate knowledge, skills and experience for this assignment by presenting:
• Relevant academic qualification especially in governance, public policy and laws, rural development and laws, etc
• Proven experience in conducting participatory reviews and producing high quality reports.
• At least 7 years of experience in governance and legal review projects in Tanzania
• Proven experience in agriculture sector development in Tanzania, a sunflower market system experience is an added advantage
• A proven ability to produce high quality reviews and documentation.
8.0 Selection criteria for engagement
Applicants are advised that applications will be evaluated using the following criteria: (CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO A NEW TAB TO VIEW THIS CRITERIA)
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9.0 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
All these are mandatory items whereby failure to provide any of them will result to disqualification of the whole bid.

How to Apply

Please manually apply for this job using the details below: Please submit your EOI entitled “EOI – “Making Revolving Fund at LGAs Work for Women SMEs in Sunflower Market System – TAM Project” in the subject line and email to: tanzaniaprocurement@snv.org no later than 1700 hrs on 06th December, 2019.

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)
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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.

Head Of School / School Principal at Nursery and Primary School

Job Summary

A Nursery and Primary School in Kinondoni Municipality is seeking for a dynamic leader with vast administrative skills to join our School.

  • Minimum Qualification: Diploma
  • Experience Level: Management level
  • Experience Length: 5 years
OVERVIEW
A Nursery and Primary School in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania located in Kinondoni Municipality is seeking for a dynamic leader with vast administrative skills to join our School. The School has been in the industry for more than 15 years and has currently enrolled more than 780 students from Nursery to Primary School. This position shall require the candidate to coordinate the day to day activities of the school, leading School’s expansion plans whilst ensuring the highest standards of education are achieved.
ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS
Interested applicant should possess a minimum of the following:
  • Diploma in Education from a recognized Institution.
  • Minimum of Ten (10) years working experience as a Teacher.
  • At least Five (5) years of experience in Primary School Leadership.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English and Kiswahili.
  • Computer literacy and familiarity with standard office computer applications.
  • Ability to work effectively in a team environment.

How to Apply

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TARA Coordinator at Palladium Tanzania

The Palladium Group Tanzania Ltd
Job Summary

The TARA Coordinator role offers an opportunity to be part of an exciting association at the forefront of positive environmental change.

  • Minimum Qualification: Bachelor
  • Experience Level: Mid level
  • Experience Length: 3 years
Job Description
The roles responsibilities include, but not limited to:
•Government lobbying to promote TARA agenda;
•Media focal point: disseminating association news, updates, photos, etc., as well as other important updates for the TARA to maintain positive association reputation;
•Act as a primary point of contact for members and prospective members (including communication focal point for sending meeting invites, reminders, follow-ups etc.);
•Database administration (including membership database, startup directory of waste management and recyclers in Tanzania, etc.);
•Event coordination;
•Support the board with its board activities; and
•General project coordination.
Qualifications & experience
• Undergraduate degree in economics/ business/ law, or a relevant subject;
•Postgraduate degree in relevant subject preferred;
•Proven government liaison experience;
•Proven experience in delivering top results with limited supervision;
•Fluency in both Swahili and English;
•Good interpersonal skills; and
•Team player.

How to Apply

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by 20th November 2019. Please email for any further clarification and full job description.