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Nafasi za kazi KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation, Regional Technical Officer

Regional Technical Officer (2 Positions)

KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation is looking for a fulltime: Regional Technical Officer           (2 positions) for the ASCENT Project

Duty Station: Arusha, Mwanza, Geita and Mbeya – Tanzania

KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation
KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation is an international non-profit organization dedicated to the fight against tuberculosis (TB), still the deadliest infectious disease in the world. KNCV is an international center of expertise for TB control that promotes effective, efficient, innovative and sustainable tuberculosis control strategies in a national and international context.  We are an organization of passionate TB professionals, including doctors, researchers, training experts, nurses and epidemiologists. We aim to stop the spread of the worldwide epidemic of TB and to prevent the further spread of drug-resistant TB.

ASCENT Project Background:
KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation (KNCV) leads the ASCENT (Adherence Support Coalition to End TB) project, the new Unitaid-funded 3.5 year project that will implement digital adherence technology (DAT) interventions in five key countries (Ethiopia, the Philippines, South Africa, Tanzania, and Ukraine) in order to enable innovative new patient-centered, optimized TB care pathways for all types of TB (DS-TB, DR-TB, LTBI) and support the growing global momentum towards the use of these technologies.

Purpose of the position
As a Regional Technical Officer, you will support the implementation of the ASCENT project activities in the region. You will provide first line technical support to the health facility in-charges  and the first point of contact for regional health management team. You support the project with the planning and facilitating of all trainings and workshops.

Place in the organization
The Regional Technical Officer reports to the ASCENT Project Manager.

As Regional Technical Officer you will:

Support activities around the technical configuration and implementation of digital adherence technology in the region
Support engagement with regional health system officials regarding service delivery, supply chain, ICT departments in the region
Act as point of contact for districts, health facilities and fieldworkers, coordinating project support as needed in the region
Provide first line technical support to health facility in-charges and fieldworkers (basic troubleshooting, escalation to Technical Coordinator as needed) in the region
Plan and facilitate trainings and workshops in the region (including logistics)
Conduct monthly district/facility visits to monitor and support technology implementation (includes travel to other project sites)
Prepare reports on data collected via the adherence technology platform for the region
Any other duties as assigned by the program manager

Required profile:
Education

Relevant degree in public health, project management, IT systems, or another related field

Knowledge/Experience

Experience in implementing and/or use of digital technology solutions
Knowledge on TB
(Preferably) Experience working on health-related projects
Affinity with digital technologies
Experience providing technology support and/or background in IT
Experience communicating technical concepts to non-technical audience
Experience working with a wide range of stakeholders at local community, district, and regional levels.
Behavioral competencies and skills

Strong communicator to partners & stakeholders at all levels
Strong computer skills and knowledge
Excellent verbal and written communications skills in English and Swahili
Excellent presentation skills.
Service-minded towards partners and stakeholders and with a flexible attitude

What do we offer?

A full time (40 hours) fixed-term contract for a year, with the intention to extend the contract;
An informal work atmosphere in an international environment where initiative is appreciated;
A highly-motivated team of experienced, self-driven colleagues;
The salary is dependent upon education and relevant working experience;
KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation has its own HR Manual.

Application and Information
You can apply for this position by submitting your CV, including a motivation letter and 3 professional references,  before October 4th 2019.

Please note that we only consider the applications that are received through the KNCV website. Applications that are sent to recruit email account are not taken into consideration.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

NAFASI 85 ZA KAZI-University of Dar es Salaam

The University of Dar es Salaam invites applications from suitably qualified Tanzanians to be considered for immediate employment to fill the following vacant posts:
ACADEMIC POSITIONS
COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES (CoHU)
Centre for Communication Studies

  • Field: Linguistics and Communication Studies 2 Positions -Assistant Lecturers
  • Department of Archeology and Heritage Studies Field: Paleontology and Human Evolution 1 Position – Assistant Lecturer.
  • Field: Archaeobotany /Historical and ancient Architectural Technology 7 Position -Tutorial Assistant.
  • Department of Philosophy and Religious studies Field: Metaphysics /Philosophy of Religion 7 Position -Tutorial Assistant.

Department of Creative Arts Field: Arts and Design

  • 1 Positions – Assistant Lecturers

COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES (CoSS)
Department of Statistics

  • Field: Statistics and Probability Theory 2 Position – Assistant Lecturer
  • Department of Sociology Field: Sociology 7 Position-Assistant Lecturer
  • Field: Psychology 2 position – Assistant Lecturer 1 PosItlon – Tutorial Assistant
  • Department of Political Science and Public Administration
    • Field: Public Administration 1 Position -Tutorial Assistant.

COLLEGE OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES (CoNAS)

  • Department of Botany Field: Plant Physiology 7 Position – Assistant Lecturer 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant
    • Field: Taxonomy 7 Position – Assistant Lecturer

Department of Physics

  • Field: Materials Physics 1 Post on-Assistant Lecturer
  • Field: Nuclear Physics 1 Post on-Assistant Lecturer
  • Field: Environmental Physics 1 Post on-Assistant Lecturer
  • Field: Electronics 1 Tutorial Assistant position
  • Field: Meteorology 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

Department of Zoology and Wildlife Conservation Field: Genetic and Evolution 1 Position – Tutorial Assistant

  • Field: Parasitology 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

Department of Geology

  • Field: Petroleum Geology 7 Position – Assistant Lecturer
  • Field: Engineering Geology 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant
  • Field: Remote Sensing Geology 1 Position – Tutorial Assistant
  • Field: Mineralogy 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

Department of Mathematics Field: Pure Mathematics 1 Position -Tutorial Assistant

  • Department of Chemistry Field: Physical Chemistry 2 Positions – Assistant lecturers
  • Field: Organic Chemistry 7 Position -Tutorial Assistant

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES AND FISHERIES TECHNOLOGY (CoAF)
Department of Agricultural Economics and Business

  • Field: Crop and Livestock Production Economics and Management 7 Position-Assistant Lecturer

Department of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science

  • Field:              Animal Science 7 Position-Assistant Lecturer
  • Field: Veterinary Medicine 2 Positions – Tutorial Assistants
  • Field: Animal Science 1 Position – Tutorial Assistant

Department of Crop Science and Bee Keeping Technology

  • Field: Crop Science 7 Position – Assistant Lecturer
  • Field: Beekeeping Genetics and Breeding 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant
  • Field: Beekeeping Management 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

Department of Aquatic Science and Fisheries

  • Field: Aquaculture genetics 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant
  • Field: Plankton Systematics 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

Department of Agricultural Engineering Field: Mechanical or Agricultural Engineer 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

  • Field: Irrigation Engineer 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant
  • Department of Food Science and Technology Field: Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant
  • Field: Food Chemistry 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (CoET)
Department of Electrical Engineering

  • Field: Electrical Engineering or Electrical and Electronic Engineering 7 position- Tutorial Assistant

Department of Structural and Construction Engineering

  • Field: Quantity Surveying and Building Economics or Building Construction 7 Position – Assistant Lecturer 7 Position- Tutorial Assistant
  • Field: Architecture 1 Position – Tutorial Assistant

Department of Transportation and Geotechnical Engineering

  • Field: Geotechnical Engineering 7 Position – Assistant Lecturer 7 Position         – Tutorial Assistant
  • Field: Transportation 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant
  • Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
  • Field: Textile Engineering 2 Positions – Tutorial Assistants

COLLEGE OF IN FORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (ColCT)
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

  • Field: Electronics Engineering /Telecommunication Engineering/Communication Engineering 2 Positions – Tutorial Assistants
  • Department of Computer Science Engineering Field: Computer Science/Computer Engineering/ Informatics
    • 7 Position – Assistant Lecturer
    • 1 Position – Tutorial Assistant

UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM SCHOOL OF LAW (UDSoL)
Department of Private Law

  • 1 Positions -Assistant Lecturers

Department of Public Law

  • 2 positions -Tutorial Assistants
  • Position – Assistant Lecturer
  • Department of Economic Law 1 Position – Assistant Lecturer

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION (SoED)
Department of Educational Psychology and Curriculum Studies

  • Field: Curriculum Studies 7 Position – Assistant Lecturer positions -Tutorial Assistants
  • Field: Early Childhood Education 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

Department of Educational Foundations, Management and Lifelong Learning

  • Field: Educational Foundations 2 Posit Ions- Assistant Lecturers
  • Physical Education and Sports Units 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM BUSINESS SCHOOL (UDBS)
Department of Finance

  • Field: Accounting and Finance in Oil and Gas. 2 positions – Assistant Lecturers

SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATON (SJMC1

  • Field: Media Studies 7 Position – Assistant Lecturer

INSTITUTE OF MARINE SCIENCE (IMS)
Department of Geosciences, Oceanography and Informatics

  • Field: Marine Geomatics 7 Position – Assistant Lecturer
  • Field: Chemical Oceanography 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

DR. WILBERT CHAGULA UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

  • Field: Library and information Studies/ Records Management & Achieves 3 positions – Tutorial Assistants.

UDSM MBEYA COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND ALLIED SCIENCES (UDSM-MCHAS)

  • Department internal Medicine 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant
  • Department of Pediatrics and Child Health 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant
  • Department of Clinical Diagnosis services 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

Qualifications and Experience:
Applicants for:
Assistant Lecturer must possess a minimum GPA of 4.0 or a B+ average at Master’s degree level and an undergraduate degree with an overall GPA of 3.8 or higher. They must be potentially good academically.
Tutorial Assistant must possess a Bachelor degree with a minimum GPA of 3.8.
Main Duties for:
Tutorial Assistants:

  • Under-studies senior members of academic staff by attending their lectures, seminars, tutorials and practicals;
  • Carries out seminars, tutorials and practicals;
  • Assists in research, consultancy and public service;
  • Performs any other relevant duties assigned by one’s superior; and
  • Undergoes postgraduate training for the master’s degree.

Assistant Lecturers:

  • Carries out lectures, seminars, tutorials and practicals for undergraduate programmes;
  • Sets, invigilates and marks undergraduate examinations;
  • Assists senior staff in lectures, seminars, tutorials, and practicals for postgraduate programmes;
  • Supervises projects and practical training for undergraduate students;
  • Conducts research and publishes results;
  • Carries out consultancy and public service;
  • Undergoes postgraduate training to PhD level;
  • Participates in relevant workshops and conferences; and
  • Performs any other relevant duties assigned by one’s superior.

TERMS OF SERVICE: Permanent and pensionable.
MODE OF APPLICATION
Interested applicants should submit their applications to the following address:

Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic),
University of Dar es Salaam,
P.O. Box 35091,
DAR ES SALAAM.

DEADLINE
Two weeks from the date of first appearance of this advertisement. (Count Two weeks from today 18 September, 2019, deadline will be October 2, 2019)

217 New Employment Vacancies at University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) | All Colleges

The University of Dar es Salaam invites applications from suitably qualified Tanzanians to be considered for immediate employment to fill the following vacant posts:
ACADEMIC POSITIONS
COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES (CoHU)
Centre for Communication Studies

  • Field: Linguistics and Communication Studies 2 Positions -Assistant Lecturers
  • Department of Archeology and Heritage Studies Field: Paleontology and Human Evolution 1 Position – Assistant Lecturer.
  • Field: Archaeobotany /Historical and ancient Architectural Technology 7 Position -Tutorial Assistant.
  • Department of Philosophy and Religious studies Field: Metaphysics /Philosophy of Religion 7 Position -Tutorial Assistant.

Department of Creative Arts Field: Arts and Design

  • 1 Positions – Assistant Lecturers

COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES (CoSS)
Department of Statistics

  • Field: Statistics and Probability Theory 2 Position – Assistant Lecturer
  • Department of Sociology Field: Sociology 7 Position-Assistant Lecturer
  • Field: Psychology 2 position – Assistant Lecturer 1 PosItlon – Tutorial Assistant
  • Department of Political Science and Public Administration
    • Field: Public Administration 1 Position -Tutorial Assistant.

COLLEGE OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES (CoNAS)

  • Department of Botany Field: Plant Physiology 7 Position – Assistant Lecturer 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant
    • Field: Taxonomy 7 Position – Assistant Lecturer

Department of Physics

  • Field: Materials Physics 1 Post on-Assistant Lecturer
  • Field: Nuclear Physics 1 Post on-Assistant Lecturer
  • Field: Environmental Physics 1 Post on-Assistant Lecturer
  • Field: Electronics 1 Tutorial Assistant position
  • Field: Meteorology 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

Department of Zoology and Wildlife Conservation Field: Genetic and Evolution 1 Position – Tutorial Assistant

  • Field: Parasitology 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

Department of Geology

  • Field: Petroleum Geology 7 Position – Assistant Lecturer
  • Field: Engineering Geology 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant
  • Field: Remote Sensing Geology 1 Position – Tutorial Assistant
  • Field: Mineralogy 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

Department of Mathematics Field: Pure Mathematics 1 Position -Tutorial Assistant

  • Department of Chemistry Field: Physical Chemistry 2 Positions – Assistant lecturers
  • Field: Organic Chemistry 7 Position -Tutorial Assistant

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES AND FISHERIES TECHNOLOGY (CoAF)
Department of Agricultural Economics and Business

  • Field: Crop and Livestock Production Economics and Management 7 Position-Assistant Lecturer

Department of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science

  • Field: Animal Science 7 Position-Assistant Lecturer
  • Field: Veterinary Medicine 2 Positions – Tutorial Assistants
  • Field: Animal Science 1 Position – Tutorial Assistant

Department of Crop Science and Bee Keeping Technology

  • Field: Crop Science 7 Position – Assistant Lecturer
  • Field: Beekeeping Genetics and Breeding 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant
  • Field: Beekeeping Management 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

Department of Aquatic Science and Fisheries

  • Field: Aquaculture genetics 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant
  • Field: Plankton Systematics 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

Department of Agricultural Engineering Field: Mechanical or Agricultural Engineer 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

  • Field: Irrigation Engineer 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant
  • Department of Food Science and Technology Field: Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant
  • Field: Food Chemistry 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (CoET)
Department of Electrical Engineering

  • Field: Electrical Engineering or Electrical and Electronic Engineering 7 position- Tutorial Assistant

Department of Structural and Construction Engineering

  • Field: Quantity Surveying and Building Economics or Building Construction 7 Position – Assistant Lecturer 7 Position- Tutorial Assistant
  • Field: Architecture 1 Position – Tutorial Assistant

Department of Transportation and Geotechnical Engineering

  • Field: Geotechnical Engineering 7 Position – Assistant Lecturer 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant
  • Field: Transportation 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant
  • Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
  • Field: Textile Engineering 2 Positions – Tutorial Assistants

COLLEGE OF IN FORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (ColCT)
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

  • Field: Electronics Engineering /Telecommunication Engineering/Communication Engineering 2 Positions – Tutorial Assistants
  • Department of Computer Science Engineering Field: Computer Science/Computer Engineering/ Informatics
    • 7 Position – Assistant Lecturer
    • 1 Position – Tutorial Assistant

UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM SCHOOL OF LAW (UDSoL)
Department of Private Law

  • 1 Positions -Assistant Lecturers

Department of Public Law

    • 2 positions -Tutorial Assistants
    • Position – Assistant Lecturer
  • Department of Economic Law 1 Position – Assistant Lecturer

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION (SoED)
Department of Educational Psychology and Curriculum Studies

  • Field: Curriculum Studies 7 Position – Assistant Lecturer positions -Tutorial Assistants
  • Field: Early Childhood Education 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

Department of Educational Foundations, Management and Lifelong Learning

  • Field: Educational Foundations 2 Posit Ions- Assistant Lecturers
  • Physical Education and Sports Units 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM BUSINESS SCHOOL (UDBS)
Department of Finance

  • Field: Accounting and Finance in Oil and Gas. 2 positions – Assistant Lecturers

SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATON (SJMC1

  • Field: Media Studies 7 Position – Assistant Lecturer

INSTITUTE OF MARINE SCIENCE (IMS)
Department of Geosciences, Oceanography and Informatics

  • Field: Marine Geomatics 7 Position – Assistant Lecturer
  • Field: Chemical Oceanography 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

DR. WILBERT CHAGULA UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

  • Field: Library and information Studies/ Records Management & Achieves 3 positions – Tutorial Assistants.

UDSM MBEYA COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND ALLIED SCIENCES (UDSM-MCHAS)

  • Department internal Medicine 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant
  • Department of Pediatrics and Child Health 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant
  • Department of Clinical Diagnosis services 7 Position – Tutorial Assistant

Qualifications and Experience:
Applicants for:
Assistant Lecturer must possess a minimum GPA of 4.0 or a B+ average at Master’s degree level and an undergraduate degree with an overall GPA of 3.8 or higher. They must be potentially good academically.
Tutorial Assistant must possess a Bachelor degree with a minimum GPA of 3.8.
Main Duties for:
Tutorial Assistants:

  • Under-studies senior members of academic staff by attending their lectures, seminars, tutorials and practicals;
  • Carries out seminars, tutorials and practicals;
  • Assists in research, consultancy and public service;
  • Performs any other relevant duties assigned by one’s superior; and
  • Undergoes postgraduate training for the master’s degree.

Assistant Lecturers:

  • Carries out lectures, seminars, tutorials and practicals for undergraduate programmes;
  • Sets, invigilates and marks undergraduate examinations;
  • Assists senior staff in lectures, seminars, tutorials, and practicals for postgraduate programmes;
  • Supervises projects and practical training for undergraduate students;
  • Conducts research and publishes results;
  • Carries out consultancy and public service;
  • Undergoes postgraduate training to PhD level;
  • Participates in relevant workshops and conferences; and
  • Performs any other relevant duties assigned by one’s superior.

TERMS OF SERVICE: Permanent and pensionable.
MODE OF APPLICATION
Interested applicants should submit their applications to the following address:

Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic),
University of Dar es Salaam,
P.O. Box 35091,
DAR ES SALAAM.

DEADLINE
Two weeks from the date of first appearance of this advertisement. (Count Two weeks from today 18 September, 2019, deadline will be October 2, 2019)

Nafasi 2 za kazi-Amref Health Africa, Community Service Officers

Community Service Officers  

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Amref Health Africa is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO) whose mission is “to improve the health of people by partnering with and empowering communities and strengthening health systems”. Amref Health Africa has over 1000 employees throughout Africa with its headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya. Amref Health Africa has offices in Tanzania, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, and South Africa, Malawi, Zambia, South Sudan and Senegal and a number of offices in Europe and North America for fundraising. Amref Health Africa-Tanzania is largely supported by Multilateral, Bilateral and National donors, implementing several programmes including HIV/AIDS/TB/Malaria, Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health, Water and sanitation, e learning programme and clinical outreach. Amref Health Africa -Tanzania has the following vacancies:

Position Title: Community Service Officers (2)
Location/Work Station: Tanga
Reports to: Community Services Advisor

Job summary:
The focus of the Community services to strengthen referrals and linkage from testing services
to enrolment , retention and adherence to ART in the firths 12 months in respective Districts
with frequent technical advice and guidance from the project Community services Advisor
Specific responsibilities and duties:
 Assist the Community linkage tracking ad in strengthening linkage to HIV care
through use of the expert client’s peer navigators to physically escort newly diagnosed
PLHIV to the CTC.
 Strengthen bidirectional referrals from community HIV testing services and follow up of partners of index clients at the facility.
 Strengthen Linkage and retention of clients in treatment including identification and operationalization of community-based ART delivery models that are flexible and
responsive to the needs of PLHIV (using CHW and stable clients).
 Support adherence and improve community support groups to support PLHlVs adherence to ART and TB medication
 Provide linkage of PLHIV to the economic strengthening and life skills training
 Assist the community linkage advisor in the implementation of community programs specifically on engagement of community health workers on tracing of defaulters to the loss to follow up of pre
 ART and ART clients through improving evidence linkages between health facilities and community.
 Responsible with achievement of agreed targets and outputs of HIV care and support at community level
 Collaborate with CHMTs to identify training needs for community health workers and organize basic and refresher trainings using currently
 Carry out any other responsibilities as assigned by supervisor.

Qualification
 Medical /Social Sciences Degree
 Proven critical analysis skills and report writing skills
 At least 3 years of hands on experiences at a senior position in community based program
NGO which is active in health development
 Ability to maintain confidentiality regarding Clients health status and sensitive information in data sources
 Good interpersonal and people management skills a team player and builder
 Good command of English and Swahili language will be an added advantage

HOW TO APPLY

If you meet the criteria given above and interested in the vacancies, please send an application letter and CV combined in as one document indicating your present employer and position, daytime telephone contact, names and addresses of three referees.

To be considered, your application must be received by 16.30 HOURS September 20, 2019. Please mention the job title/vacancy name or use the job title as the subject line when applying for this position failure to do that your application may not be retrieved.

All correspondences should be directed to: Email: jobs.tanzania@amref.org

Direct application through mail will not be accepted.

Apply Jobs at International Rescue Committee (IRC) Tanzania


Job Title: Deputy Field Coordinator
Requisition ID: req6509
Sector: Program Administration
Employment Category: Fixed Term
Employment Type: Full-Time
Open to Expatriates: No
Location: Kibondo, Tanzania
Job Description
The Deputy Field Coordinator will be responsible for supporting, coordinating and supervising the implementation of the IRC programs in Kibondo, Kigoma Region with specific focus in ensuring effective functionality of all the support functions of the program. Additionally, the Deputy Field Coordinator will support adherence to the Mission Strategic Objectives, priorities in the Tanzania Program within program development in Kibondo. The Deputy Field Coordinator will be responsible for direct supervision and monitoring of Human Resources, Administration, Supply Chain, Finance and all Program functions of the program to ensure strict compliance to all IRC procedures/policies.

The position directly supervises the Kibondo finance Manager, Human Resources Supply Chain teams to ensure excellent operational services to support programme delivery. The role will also work very closely with Programme Technical Coordinators and their teams.
The Deputy Field Coordinator will oversee day to day management of Staff and will be responsible for assessing program support and program support staff quality, effectiveness and providing guidance and support to staff.
The role is a key representative for IRC in Kibondo and the surrounding camps. It will therefore represent IRC with government, donors, the UN and other stakeholders on a regular basis.
The Deputy Field Coordinator reports to the Regional Field Coordinator with close working relations with the Country Director and will be responsible for the following key responsibilities:
Program Management:
  • Provide support and leadership in grant management, budget monitoring, new program development, monitoring and evaluation including strategic planning. More specifically:
  • Ensure quality and timely implementation of grants by staff with specific focus to the program support sections of each respective grant;
  • Support field teams in the Review of Monthly Budget vs. Actual reports with program staff, make recommendations on the basis of these and ensure that appropriate action is taken in a timely fashion.
  • Support the integration of program activities to create coherent, quality and complimentary programming; Specific focus to ensure strong integration of program support functions with direct program related activities
  • Collaborate with the DDP, CD and Regional Field Coordinator in multi-sectoral programme implementation, integration of Kibondo programmes and alignment to country strategy and commitments.
  • Support Technical Coordinators in identifying new project ideas and support in proposal development processes.
  • Support the regular monitoring and evaluation of programme outputs in collaboration with the M & E Coordinator and monitoring teams at the Kibondo field office
  • Participate in programme discussions, strategic priorities and reviews at field, regional and country level, and support in articulating IRC programme to donors and stakeholders.
  • Actively work with sectors in the implementation of SAP, documentation of lessons on SAP with the Kibondo field office.

Compliance:

  • Ensures policies and procedures are in compliance with applicable IRC, funding source and government policies, procedures and requirements.
  • Promptly informs the Country Director and or Regional Field Coordinator on any areas of concern or potential or suspected violations.
  • Support the Compliance Senior Manager in prevention of violation, creation of a violence free work environment and the process of management of compliance processes.

Security:

  • With support from the Senior Supply Chain Coordinator (SSCC,) and or the Senior Supply Chain Manager to monitor the security situation and development in IRC operational areas with implications for staff safety and for program implementation;
  • Maintain Health and Safety standards by carrying out regular inspection of the office, staff compounds updating warning notices and up-dating first aid kits with the support of the Security Manager.

Human Resources/Administration:

  • Directly manages, supervises and mentors the Finance and Supply Chain staff of the Kibondo Field Office.
  • Ensure that all performance evaluations for all staff are conducted on time, and review all evaluations to ensure quality and consistency;
  • Support in identifying training needs for Kibondo Field Office staff and make appropriate recommendations to the DDP and the CD;
  • Ensure that administrative matters of the field office are carried out in accordance with IRC HR and administration policies;
  • Ensure that all IRC staff at the Field level complies with the IRC Code of Conduct/IRC WAY and other relevant policies pertaining to staff conduct.

Supply Chain:

  • In collaboration with the Senior Supply Chain Manager, oversee the carrying out of supply chain operations by Kibondo SC staff, including procurement, stock management, asset management, vehicle operations, equipment maintenance and repair (including communications and computer equipment);
  • Coordinates all transport and travel arrangements for Kibondo Field Office in collaboration with the SSCC
  • Ensure compliance with IRC and donor Supply Chain policies at all times.
  • Support and ensure accurate staff movement planning at all times
  • Support the Regional Field Coordinator in the standardization and harmonization of Kibondo supply chain practices, procedures and dissemination of the global Standard Operating Procedures to staff in Kibondo.

Finance:

  • Oversee the financial management of field office operations by Kibondo Field Office staff, including cash management, issuing and tracking advances, ensuring complete and correct use of all finance forms; timely notice to DAR of cash transfer/petty cash needs;
  • Ensure compliance with IRC and donor finance policies at all times;

Representation / Communications:

  • Represent IRC in external engagements with Government, UN-Agencies, IRC Partners, other NGOs, key stakeholders including in working group meetings;
  • Coordinate IRC program activities with relevant officials and other humanitarian agencies;
  • Assist in the preparation of regular reports to keep partners and stakeholders informed of IRC’s activities;
  • Attend Camp coordination meetings, heads of agency meetings and other relevant camp based meetings representing IRC.

Common Duties:

  • Attend and participate in training identified/organized by supervisor.
  • Follow any new procedures and guidelines designated in circulars from Country Director.
  • Report any violations of IRC’s three core values (Integrity, Service and Accountability) as per IRC WAY reporting mechanism. The reporting of violations is an obligation on the part of all staff members.
  • Assist where necessary in undertaking activities that aim to prevent the occurrence of sexual abuse and exploitation of beneficiaries by IRC and other humanitarian workers.
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned by supervisor

Qualifications
Education: Degree level qualification in a relevant discipline.
At least 5 years of progressively responsible management experience, including leadership of large team and management of individuals and budget management responsibility.
Fluent English and Kiswahili
Demonstrated successful leadership experience with a multi-disciplinary team in a cross-cultural setting, including active mentoring and coaching.
Experience working in humanitarian and development contexts. Experience of Kigoma region specifically an advantage.
Ability to respond to multiple priorities in a timely manner, producing high-quality outcomes.
Ability to work and live in a sometimes insecure environment while maintaining a positive attitude.
Positive, motivated, flexible and a great team player
A very high degree of personal integrity, accountable for personal behavior and able to challenge others.
Excellent organizational skills, ability to determine priorities and attention to detail a must
Willingness to travel as and when needed
High-level of knowledge and practice with Word, Excel, Outlook, etc. required
Work in a multisectoral/ multicultural team- patience, cultural sensitivity and application of contextual understanding in day to day work
Ability to work with tight deadlines for report writing/ information needs

2020 Grant Program for Intellectual Exchange Conferences

The Japan Foundation is accepting applications for its Grant Program for Intellectual Exchange Conferences to encourage the deepening of mutual understanding and establishment of closer relations between Japan and other countries through global intellectual exchange.

This program provides grants partially cover expenses for implementing international intellectual collaborative projects, such as international conferences.
Benefits

  • Travel expenses (international airfares and other transportation expenses, daily allowances and accommodation fees)
  • Honoraria (for presenters, lecturers, interpreters, etc.)
  • Meeting expenses (for preparing materials, venues, equipment, public relations, etc.)
  • Other expenses (for purchasing materials, etc.)

Eligible Area
Worldwide excluding the U.S. and Taiwan.

Duration
Projects must be implemented and completed between April 1, 2020, and March 31, 2021.

Eligibility Criteria
Non-profit organizations (e.g., universities, research institutes, and NGOs/NPOs) in any country, except U.S., are eligible to apply.

Eligible Projects

  • International intellectual collaborative dialogues such as international conferences, symposia, seminars, and workshops, where the themes must address to challenges that concern both Japan and other countries and participants from Japan must play a significant role in the dialogues.
  • Some examples of the eligible themes are aging population and low birth rate, environment and energy, influence of science and technology on society, cultural diversity and multiculturalism, democracy and governance, and role of culture in diplomacy and international relations.
  • Projects in the field of natural sciences, commercial activities, arts and cultural activities, activities in support of specific doctrines or claims, and so forth are not eligible for this program.
  • For art and cultural projects (e.g., performing arts, workshops, and demonstrations) implemented overseas by dispatching artists and Japanese culture specialists from Japan.
  • For art and cultural projects (e.g., performing arts, workshops, and demonstrations) implemented overseas by dispatching artists and Japanese culture specialists from Japan.
  • For policy-oriented U.S.-Japan intellectual exchange projects.

Project must fulfill the following requirements:

  • It must be impossible or difficult for the applicants to achieve the purpose of the projects without funding from the Japan Foundation;
  • The plan and method of implementation must be appropriate and there must be ample expectations that they will yield good results.

The proposals that fall under either of the below are not eligible:

  • Projects for religious or political purposes;
  • Commercial activities;
  • Activities in support of specific doctrines or claims;
  • Projects in the field of medicine, manual training or natural sciences;
  • Organization of or participation in sporting events and training;
  • Projects in the field of art;
  • Goodwill exchanges;
  • Social welfare or international development projects;
  • Tourist-oriented programs;
  • Language education programs.

How to Apply

NAFASI ZA KAZI-ELCT, Medical Officer In Charge

MEDICAL OFFICER IN CHARGE

ELCT ND has a vacancy for a young Tanzanian to fill the position of Medical Officer in charge to our hospital. The Medical Officer in Charge shall be a Medical Doctor (MD) with specialist qualification in the field of Medicine and not less than 3 years in management position in hospital. The office requires that she/he be creative, physiologically stable, diplomatic, courageous, and tolerant person of high integrity. She/ he must be a mature person of at least 40 years of age with a pleasant personality, able to create team spirit among staff.

SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Will be responsible to provide leadership for the hospital
Will ensure that Christian principles, upon which ELCT is standing are observed at hospital without discriminating against any faith or creed.
Will exercise discipline while at the same time giving management staff and other responsible staff sufficient authority and autonomy to be effective in their own duties appropriately.
Will maintain good relationship with the Government, partners already related to ELCT and hospital and to develop new contact.
Will be responsible for the planning and implementation of new development, advising the Hospital Board on professional aspect.
Will be responsible for soliciting, administrating and coordinating assistance(capital, operating funds and personnel) for Hospital
Will perform any other duties that might be directed, from time to time, by the Hospital Board and from ELCT ND Officers.
EMULUMENTS.

Attractive salary with fringe benefit

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Application attached with copies of relevant certificate and CVs
Applicants should give the names of three reputable referees with their address, telephone contact/ E-mail/ Fax numbers

ALL APPLICATION SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO THE:

General Secretary
ELCT Northern Diocese
P.O. BOX 195, MOSHI
Email: generalsecretary@northerndioces.co.tz

Deadline: 27 September, 2019

Job Opportunities at Amref Health Africa, Community Field Assistants

Job Opportunities at Amref Health Africa, Community Field Assistants

Amref Health Africa is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO) whose mission is “to improve the health of people by partnering with and empowering communities and strengthening health systems”. Amref Health Africa has over 1000 employees throughout Africa with its headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya. Amref Health Africa has offices in Tanzania, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, and South Africa, Malawi, Zambia, South Sudan and Senegal and a number of offices in Europe and North America for fundraising. Amref Health Africa-Tanzania is largely supported by Multilateral, Bilateral and National donors, implementing several programmes including HIV/AIDS/TB/Malaria, Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health, Water and sanitation, e learning programme and clinical outreach. Amref Health Africa -Tanzania has the following vacancies:

Position Title: Community Field Assistant (3)

Location/Work Station: Tanga, Korogwe, Muheza or Handeni/Lushoto
Reports to: Regional Community Services Coordinator

Job summary:
The focus of the Community field Assistant ensuring all the community-based HIV prevention, testing, linkage, and retention services targeting key vulnerable populations (KVP) are implemented at the highest service expected in specific districts He/she will engage and work closely with Health Facilities, and Providers at the Community
settings including collaborating with local government authorities at ward and Village level to
support community based services, with technical advice and guidance from the Community Services Coordinator.

Specific responsibilities and duties:

  • Develop work plan for day-to-day program implementation at the district level including supervision of field activities
  • Supervise the delivery of field-based HIV prevention services to the KPs/PPs by community outreach workers, including scheduling and implementing day and night mobile outreach campaigns.
  • Mentor and supervise community outreach workers regularly and frequently during outreach sessions and lead weekly outreach worker meetings;
  • Ensure adequate supplies of commodities (condoms and test kits) and other materials (IEC; data collection tools) to outreach workers.
  • Support healthcare workers providing KP/PP friendly services in health facilities and mobile activities via regular supportive supervision.
  • Inform and cooperate with local government authorities and other stakeholders on current and upcoming activities for the program
  • Participate in the training/orientation of healthcare workers in the selected health facilities on KP/PP program
  • Regularly conduct routine mapping/re-mapping of hot spots and size estimation where KPs and PPs are found
  • Assist with identifying/screening, recruiting, and training community outreach workers from peer groups to implement the outreach services.
  • Review completed data tools on a regular basis and ensure adequate data collection including timely, complete and clean reporting/data transfer to Data Manager
  • Manage security of data tools when not in use
  • Prepare weekly reports on outreach activities and progress
  • Assist in development of the referral network between the outreach and health facility services
  • Performing any other relevant duties as assigned by the supervisor

Qualification

  • Medical/ Social Sciences Diploma, Bachelor Degree in the related field will be an added advantage.
  • Proven critical analysis skills and report writing skills
  • At least 2 years of hands on experiences at a position in community based program NGO which is active in health development
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality regarding Clients health status and sensitive information in data sources
  • Ability to interact well with targeted groups and peer outreach workers by facilitating a non-judgemental, non-discriminatory and noon stigmatizing environment in the program.
  • Good interpersonal and people management skills a team player and builder
  • Good command of English and Swahili language will be an added advantage

If you meet the criteria given above and interested in the vacancies, please send an application letter and CV combined in as one document indicating your present employer and position, daytime telephone contact, names and addresses of three referees. To be considered, your application must be received by 16.30 HOURS September 15, 2019. Please mention the job title/vacancy name or use the job title as the subject line when applying for this position failure to do that your application may not be retrieved.

All correspondences should be directed to: Email: jobs.tanzania@amref.org. Direct application through mail will not be accepted.

Amref Health Africa is an equal opportunity employer however women and people with disability are encouraged to apply and has a non-smoking environment policy;

“Amref Health Africa is committed to the principles of safeguarding in workplace and will not tolerate any form of abuse, wherever it occurs or whoever is responsible”

Amref health Africa –Tanzania regrets that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Submit Your Applications for Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund

Deadline: 31 October 2019
Applicants are invited to apply for Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund which is a significant philanthropic endowment established to provide targeted grants to individual species conservation initiatives, recognize leaders in the field of species conservation and elevate the importance of species in the broader conservation debate.
The Fund’s reach is truly global, and its species interest is non-discriminatory. It is open to applications for funding support from conservationists based in all parts of the world, and will potentially support projects focused on any and all kinds of plant, animal and fungus species, subject to the approval of an independent evaluation committee.

The Fund intends to be as flexible and accommodating as possible when reviewing applications, and to take into account as many different factors as is reasonable when assessing the merit of a suggested project. To support this and to try to streamline the application process, the review process is kept comparatively simple.

Funding Information
The Fund maximum grant size is $25,000, and any application asking for more than this from the Fund will be rejected. The total budget of a project can be higher if there are other sources of funding.
Currency: Budgets must be submitted in US Dollars.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Anyone directly involved in species conservation can apply to the Fund for a grant.
  • The Fund will consider grants for the conservation of any threatened or poorly known animal, plant or fungus species.
  • Language: Applications must be submitted in English.
  • In situ conservation: Generally the Fund is primarily interested in providing support to in situ conservation work in the field (such as survey work and data gathering, direct action, recovery management, training and the like), focusing on the species in its natural habitat. However, the importance of ex situ work (genetic analysis, workshops, ex situ populations etc) is also recognised, and so a few grants may be given to projects which focus on ex situ conservation work in certain circumstances.
  • Core costs: The Fund will not contribute to the core running costs of an organisation or administrative overheads, and yet does recognise that sometimes support salaries, stipends, per diems and project related living costs can be a vital part of in situ conservation work.
  • Species: Generally the Fund would prefer to support projects which focus on a single species, but it also recognises that in some geographic and taxonomic circumstances it makes more sense to group a number of species.

How to Apply

Job vacancies at at UNICEF Tanzania

Planning, monitoring and mapping consultancy


Consultancy to help the PMFC section and indeed the office implement some of the change processes in the office around planning, implementation, monitoring and mapping of UNICEF supported interventions in Zanzibar, the Mbeya, Iringa, Njombe and Songwe (MINS) and the Kigoma Region.
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And we never give up.
For every child, Protection
Background
In 2018, the Tanzania Country Office (TCO) embarked on several key change initiatives which require additional technical support for the Programme Monitoring and Field Coordination (PMFC) section. These initiatives include: 1) Implementation of the findings of the UNICEF MTR process; 2) Implementation of the UNDAP II MTR process; 3) Changes to the end of year reporting process.
1)Implementation of changes coming out of the UNICEF MTR process: TCO conducted a Mid Term Review in 2018. The aim was to review the status of the 2016-2021 Country Programme and the progress towards the planned results and to determine whether any modifications to the expected results, strategies and content are necessary based on the changing environment in the country. The MTR process identified several strategic shifts one of which was enhancing UNICEF TCO’s work at sub-national (district or Local Government Authority – LGA) level, working in partnership with local level leadership and the President’s Office, Regional and Local Government Authority. This work will be led by the Social Policy section with strong engagement of the Planning, Monitoring and Field Coordination section and the field offices.
2)Implementation of changes related to Delivering as One and UN Reform processes in Tanzania: The United Nations Development Assistance Plan II 2016-2021 (UNDAP II) describes the collective vision and response of the UN Country Team (UNCT) in Tanzania to the new Sustainable Development Goals and national development priorities. UNDAP II results are defined under 12 Programmatic Outcomes, grouped under four inter-related mutually dependent themes, or Thematic Results Groups (TRG). The UN Country Team (UNCT), under the leadership of the UN Resident Coordinator, is responsible for implementation of the UNDAP II.
Since 2007, Tanzania has been one of the countries actively leading Delivering as One initiatives which resulted in all UN agencies in the country planning, implementing and reporting as one to achieve greater coherence, effectiveness and efficiencies through four structures: One Programme, One Leader, One Budget, One Office and One Voice. As part of the on-going UN Reform initiatives, the UN System in Tanzania adopted (as one of the first countries in the world) the UN INFO platform, which aims to bring together information regarding the planning, implementation and monitoring of all UN supported activities in Tanzania into one UN INFO platform. The implementation of this system has been challenging at times, especially to align it with existing UNICEF processes and systems. The PMFC section has been leading and supporting work on this and would need additional technical support in these tasks.
3) In addition, existing in office planning, implementation and monitoring guidelines and tools and Standard Operational Procedures (SOPs) need to be reviewed/revised to be fully aligned with UN INFO, e-Tools and the Government planning, implementation and monitoring processes. The clarity gained from the implementation guide of the UNINFO will help the PMFC better incorporate the UNINFO processes in the overall planning SOPs.
Objectives of the Consultancy
The purpose of the consultancy is therefore to support the PMFC section, the UNICEF office in Dar es Salaam and the field offices in Zanzibar, Mbeya and Kibondo in the implementation of some of these different key change initiatives over a 4-month period. This specifically includes mapping of convergent programming and strengthened skills and linkage between UNICEF tools and use of UN INFO.
Specific Tasks
The consultant will work closely with the designated UNICEF programme officer throughout the duration of the assignment. It is envisaged that the consultancy will be informed by both desk and field visits.
Below are indicative tasks to be achieved by the consultant:

  1. UNINFO and one UN processes
    1. Support the implementation of changes related to Delivering as One and UN Reform processes in Tanzania:
    2. In close collaboration with the PMFC section ensure the full integration of UN INFO requirements and processes into UNICEF planning, implementation of monitoring tools and processes (see concrete deliverable under deliverables section);
    3. Ensure UNICEF activities are accurately reflected in UN INFO, with tags for geographical coverage, joint programmes, etc.
    4. Train UNICEF staff on the use of UN INFO including a user’s guide;
  2. ECD and Adolescent mapping
    1. Map out best examples of convergent programming for ECD and adolescent programming at district/community level in Zanzibar, the MINS Regions and Kigoma, with a brief analysis of the root causes of success, bottlenecks and key actions to further enhance convergent programming;
    2. Map out NGO/CSO and other partners in Zanzibar, the MINS Regions and Kigoma to support the implementation of convergent programming around ECD and Adolescents (Who are they? What are they doing? Where are they working?)

Expected Deliverables
The following will be the deliverables for this assignment.

  1. UNINFO and one UN processes
    1. Draft needs assessment tool designed to capture the needs of TCO staff on UNINFO.
    2. Data collected and analysed.
    3. Draft concept notes on how the needs and gaps identified are to be addressed.
    4. Capacity building of staff on UNINFO
    5. Draft guidance note on what relevant aspects of UNINFO can be integrated into internal TCO UNICEF planning, implementation and monitoring guidance and tools
    6. A UNINFO guide in place for future use once consultant leaves
  2. ECD and Adolescent mapping
    1. Desk review report of convergent programming and mapping in TCO. This should include a suggested methodology on how convergent sites are to be sampled
    2. Report showing where UNICEF can show programme convergence or the lack of it (in MINS, Kigoma and Zanzibar) and lessons learnt (with analysis of success factors).
    3. Interactive data-base in place in Zanzibar, MINS and Kigoma with systems in place for regularly updating of mapping information.
    4. Interactive NGO/CSO data-base in place in Zanzibar, MINS regions and Kigoma showing key NGOs/CSOs working on children’s in place, with systems in place for regularly updating of the information.

Payments

Payment Conditions Timeline
Inception report detailing agreed upon timelines and deliverables. Upon submission and acceptance of the Inception Report Within first week of engagement
A UNINFO guide Upon submission and acceptance of the guidance note. end of first month
Convergent mapping report Upon submission and acceptance of report. end of second month
Interactive data base in place Upon the completion, testing and acceptance of the data base for Kigoma, Zanzibar and MINS region end of fourth month

In general, payments should be made against delivery of services / products.
To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have…
Expected background and Experience

  1. Advanced university degree in social sciences, statistics, planning development, planning.
  2. Professional work experience in programme development and implementation including monitoring and evaluation activities as follows: Three to five years of relevant professional work experience. Developing country work experience (for IP) or field work experience; Some exposure to emergency programming, including preparedness planning is desirable.
  3. Experience working in specifically diverse cultural contexts (such as Tanzania mainland and Zanzibar).
  4. Solid professional technical knowledge/expertise of UNICEF policies and procedures, especially around Results Based Management (RBM) and UNICEF’s internal Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation processes.
  5. Experience with the use of UNICEF and UN Tools. Specific experience in mapping programmes, POWER BI, and UN INFO and similar tools is important.
  6. Excellent people’s skills and proven experience in training and mentoring of large groups of persons on topics including programme planning, implementation and monitoring.
  7. Fluency in English and another UN language. Fluency in the national language of the duty station (Kiswahili) is an asset.
  8. Understanding of UN Mission and system, current key UN topics; and International Code of Conduct.
  9. Understanding of UNICEF Mission Statement and UNICEF Guiding Principles.
  10. Understanding of UNICEF strategic framework for partnerships and collaborative relationships.
  11. Enhanced awareness of gender equality and diversity.
  12. Good judgement, interpersonal skills, initiative, high sense of responsibility, tact and discretion, ability to adapt to changes directions/thinking with sensitivity to diverse cultures
  13. Good analytical, writing and communication skills. Good working experience in reporting and data management/presentation.
  14. Computer skills, including internet navigation, and various office applications

General Conditions: Procedures and Logistics
The individual consultant will be contracted by and report to UNICEF Tanzania, which will assess the deliverables for payment. In the field, the consultant is to communicate closely with the stakeholders such as Government workers and Community Based Organisations (CBOs) and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs). UNICEF Monitoring Specialist in close consultation and coordination with the Chief of Planning Monitoring and Field Coordination will provide supportive supervision of the Consultant. This supervision will take the form of the following:

  1. Clarification and agreement of the scope and the approach of this consultancy
  2. Introducing the consultant to key stakeholders in the field offices
  3. UNICEF Monitoring Specialist will facilitate the payments for the consultant based on submission of deliverables satisfactory to UNICEF. The deliverables will be submitted in hard bound copy and soft copy delivered by email (editable word document, excel table if any used, and a final pdf document).

Application/Submission Requirements

  1. Technical ProposalThe documents for the Technical Proposal should include, but not limited to:
  1. Total number of years of work experience.
  2. Description of major similar assignments undertaken during the last 5 years including name of the project, location, name and contact details (e-mail and telephone) of the client, implementation period, cost of the project, cost of services provided and scope of service
  3. Proposed methodology in response to the scope of works to the assignments
  4. Proposed work plan for the assignment which also indicates reporting milestones

The submission should be clearly labelled/written “Technical Proposal – Consultancy to support planning monitoring and mapping of UNICEF interventions.”.

  1. Financial Proposal

The Financial bid should comprise an indication of the full cost of delivering the task. The Financial Bid should include the following aspects:

  1. Detailed budget per line items including consultant fees, transportation, travel cost including DSA if applicable, etc.
  2. Other related costs, if any (please specify).

The submission should be clearly labelled/written “Financial Proposal – Consultancy to support planning monitoring and mapping of UNICEF interventions”.
Assessment Criteria
Interested consultants will need to indicate ability, availability and financial proposal to undertake the terms of reference and produce all indicated deliverables.
Submitted proposals will be evaluated against a score of 100 points with a maximum of 70 points allocated for the technical proposal and 30 points allocated for the financial proposal. A minimum of 50 points will be required for further consideration.
Policy; both parties should be aware of:

  • Under the consultancy agreements, a month is defined as 21 working days, and fees are prorated accordingly. Consultants are not paid for weekends or public holidays.
  • Consultants are not entitled to payment of overtime. All remuneration must be within the contract agreement.
  • No contract may commence unless the contract is signed by both UNICEF and the consultant or Contractor.
  • No consultant may travel without a signed travel authorisation prior to the commencement of the journey to the duty station.

For every Child, you demonstrate…
UNICEF’s core values of Commitment, Diversity and Integrity and core competencies in Communication, Working with People and Drive for Results.
UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization.
UNICEF has a zero-tolerance policy on conduct that is incompatible with the aims and objectives of the United Nations and UNICEF, including sexual exploitation and abuse, sexual harassment, abuse of authority and discrimination. UNICEF also adheres to strict child safeguarding principles. All selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and background checks, and will be expected to adhere to these standards and principles.

  • Opening Date Wed Sep 04 2019 09:00:00 GMT+0300 (East Africa Time) E. Africa Standard Time
  • Closing Date Wed Sep 18 2019 23:55:00 GMT+0300 (East Africa Time)

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