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Atlas Corps Fellowship 2020 for Social Change Leaders (Fully-funded to the US)

Deadline: November 3, 2019

Applications are open for another cycle of the Atlas Corps Fellowship 2020. The Atlas Corps Fellowship is a 12-18 month Fellowship in the United States for the world’s top social change leaders. Fellows serve full-time at Host Organizations to develop leadership skills and learn effective practices through the Atlas Corps Global Leadership Lab professional development series and networking opportunities with other Fellows.

The Atlas Corps Fellowship is designed for mission-driven individuals seeking social change. Competitive applicants will have 2-10 years of experience, and most tend to be in the nonprofit/NGO sector. The U.S. Fellowship begins every three months. In 2020, Fellowships will start in January, April, July, and October. Each Fellowship begins with a one-week orientation program.

Benefits

This prestigious fellowship includes a living stipend to cover basic expenses (food, local transportation, and shared housing) and health insurance.

Fellows – but not their dependents – receive:

  • Program-related international travel (U.S. Fellows only)
  • Program-related domestic travel
  • Basic health insurance
  • Monthly stipend for basic living expenses (shared housing, food, local transportation)
  • Documentation (DS-2019) that enables the Fellow to obtain a J-1 visa.
  • Placement at a Host Organization
  • Participation in the Atlas Corps Global Leadership Lab (nonprofit management training series)

Eligibility

  • Applicants should have two or more years of relevant experience;
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent;
  • English proficiency (oral, writing, reading);
  • Age 35 or younger;
  • Apply to serve in a country other than where you are from (U.S. citizens are not eligible for the U.S. Fellowship);
  • Commitment to return to your home country after the 12-18 month Fellowship;
  • Commitment to living on a basic stipend that only covers food, shared housing, and local transportation.

Application
They consider applications on a rolling basis, though they encourage you to apply as soon as possible to be considered for Host Organization placements. The application is a multi-step process. The Fellow Classes start four times a year: January, April, July, and October.

  • Application & Selection Board Review: Applicants are required to register for an account and save their login information through othe online application system so that they can return to the application at any time. The application includes a brief eligibility test to determine if applicants meet the basic requirements of the Fellowship. Once applicants pass that initial eligibility test, they will be asked to give information on their passport, travel/visa history, language skills, employment history, professional skills, and social issue areas. They will also be asked to complete three short essay questions.
  • The application also requires additional attachments:
  • An official transcript or diploma from previously attended universities.
  • Two Recommendations: Applicants are required to submit contact information for at least two recommenders who know them in a professional capacity. Applicants will need to send their requests directly through the application system. Their recommenders will receive an email that asks for a recommendation. More detailed instructions can be found in the online application form.
  • Selection Board Interview (by invitation only): Atlas Corps selects top applicants who have the potential to match potential Host Organization placements for an interview via Skype with the Atlas Corps Selection Board.
  • Host Organization Review (by invitation only): When you apply for the Atlas Corps Fellowship, you’re not applying for a specific Host Organization or a specific start date. You are applying for the opportunity to be considered by Atlas Corps and potential Host Organizations for placements starting throughout the year. Applicants that pass the interview stage will be designated a Semi-Finalist which means they are eligible to be reviewed by potential Host Organizations for placements based on their interests and skillset and the organization’s needs.
  • Host Organization Interview (by invitation only): Host Organizations invite Semi-Finalists that best match their positions to conduct Skype video interviews with them, moving on to the Finalist stage. The Host Organization may ask for additional information from the Finalists, such as sample assignments.
  • Selection and Visa Process: Host Organizations will make their final recommendations to Atlas Corps, and Atlas Corps will notify the selected applicants. After being selected, Fellows will go to the U.S. Embassy in their respective countries to apply for a J-1 visa. Atlas Corps will provide support in obtaining this visa.
  • Semi-Finalists who are not selected by a Host Organization will be notified and may be given the option to keep their application on file for consideration for the next class of the Fellowship. Atlas Corps will continually reassess Semi-Finalists to determine if they are still in consideration for future Fellowship placements.
  • Click here to apply

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Job Opportunities at United Nations,Intern-Public Information

United Nations

The Department of Global Communications/Strategic Communications division internship is for a minimum of three months with an opportunity for extension up to but not exceeding six months, pending the needs of the department or office to which they are assigned.

The internship position is located in the United Nations Information Centre (UNIC) in Dar es Salaam within the Information Centres Service (ICS), Strategic Communications Division (SCD), Department of Global Communications (DGC). The incumbent is under the direct supervision of UNIC’s Director and/or the National Information Officer (NIO). UNICs are the principal sources of information about the United Nations system in the countries where they are located, they are also responsible for promoting greater public understanding of and support for the aims and activities of the United Nations by disseminating information on the work of the Organization to people everywhere, especially in developing countries.

The internship is UNPAID and full-time. Interns work five days per week (35 hours) under the supervision of a staff member in the department or office to which they are assigned.

Responsibilities

Daily responsibilities will depend on the individual’s background; the intern’s assigned office as well as the internship period. Duties may include, but are not limited to:

  • Monitor the media for news stories of interest to the UN and assist to prepare press bulletin;
  • Assist in public information projects of UNIC, UN Communication Group and the UN Country Team.
  • Assist in producing social media plans and campaigns, as well as explore more potential online initiatives to raise visibility of UN works;
  • Assist UNIC in maintaining its social media channels;
  • Assist in the organization and execution of events to mark UN days observances, press conferences, media launches, campaigns, educational outreach or exhibitions;
  • Help design various information materials, including publication covers, presentation templates, flyers, infographics and social media visuals;
  • Help take photos of events, when required and provide assistance in managing the photo library.
  • Provide assistance in shooting and editing film videos, mix sound and slideshows, if required;
  • Provide general office support (e.g. processing correspondence, maintaining files, records, and/or contact directory/databases, organizing meetings, taking meeting minutes, etc.);
  • Perform other related administrative duties, as required.

Competencies

COMMUNICATION: Speaks and writes clearly and effectively; listens to others, correctly interprets messages from others and responds appropriately; asks questions to clarify and exhibits interest in having two-way communication; tailors language, tone, style and format to match audience; demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed.

TEAMWORK: Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals. Solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others. Places team agenda before personal agenda. Supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position. Shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.

CLIENT ORIENTATION: Considers all those to whom services are provided to be “clients ” and seeks to see things from clients’ point of view; Establishes and maintains productive partnerships with clients by gaining their trust and respect; Identifies clients’ needs and matches them to appropriate solutions; Monitors ongoing developments inside and outside the clients’ environment to keep informed and anticipate problems; Keeps clients informed of progress or setbacks in projects; Meets timeline for delivery of products or services to client.

Education

To qualify for an internship with the United Nations Internship Programme, the following conditions must be met: Applicants must meet one of the following requirements:
(a) be enrolled in a graduate school programme (second university degree or equivalent, or higher);
(b) be enrolled in the final academic year of a first university degree programme (minimum Bachelor’s level or equivalent); or
(c) have graduated with a university degree (as defined above) and, if selected, must commence the internship within a one year period of graduation;
Be computer literate in standard software applications; Have a demonstrated keen interest in the work of the United Nations and have a personal commitment to the ideals of the Charter; and have a demonstrated ability to successfully interact with individuals of different cultural backgrounds and beliefs, which include willingness to try and understand and be tolerant of differing opinions and views.

Work Experience

Applicants are not required to have professional experience for participation in the programme.

Languages

English is the working language of the United Nations Secretariat. Fluency in English is required for the internship. Knowledge of Kiswahili as well as other local language is an asset.

Assessment

Potential candidates will be contacted by the Hiring Manager directly for further consideration.

Special Notice

A completed online application (Cover Note and Personal History Profile) is required. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. The Cover Note must include:

Degree Programme (What are you currently studying?)
Graduation Date (When will you graduate or when did you graduate from the programme?)
List the IT skills and programmes that you are proficient in.
List your top three areas of interest.

Explain why you are the best candidate for this specific internship.
Explain your interest in the United Nations Internship Programme.
In your online Personal History Profile, be sure to include all past work experiences, IT skills, and three references.

Due to the high volume of applications received ONLY successful candidates will be contacted.

United Nations Considerations

According to article 101, paragraph 3, of the Charter of the United Nations, the paramount consideration in the employment of the staff is the necessity of securing the highest standards of efficiency, competence, and integrity. Candidates will not be considered for employment with the United Nations if they have committed violations of international human rights law, violations of international humanitarian law, sexual exploitation, sexual abuse, or sexual harassment, or if there are reasonable grounds to believe that they have been involved in the commission of any of these acts. The term “sexual exploitation” means any actual or attempted abuse of a position of vulnerability, differential power, or trust, for sexual purposes, including, but not limited to, profiting monetarily, socially or politically from the sexual exploitation of another. The term “sexual abuse” means the actual or threatened physical intrusion of a sexual nature, whether by force or under unequal or coercive conditions. The term “sexual harassment” means any unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature that might reasonably be expected or be perceived to cause offence or humiliation, when such conduct interferes with work, is made a condition of employment or creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive work environment, and when the gravity of the conduct warrants the termination of the perpetrator’s working relationship. Candidates who have committed crimes other than minor traffic offences may not be considered for employment.

Due regard will be paid to the importance of recruiting the staff on as wide a geographical basis as possible. The United Nations places no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. The United Nations Secretariat is a non-smoking environment.

Applicants are urged to follow carefully all instructions available in the online recruitment platform, inspira. For more detailed guidance, applicants may refer to the Manual for the Applicant, which can be accessed by clicking on “Manuals” hyper-link on the upper right side of the inspira account-holder homepage.

The evaluation of applicants will be conducted on the basis of the information submitted in the application according to the evaluation criteria of the job opening and the applicable internal legislations of the United Nations including the Charter of the United Nations, resolutions of the General Assembly, the Staff Regulations and Rules, administrative issuances and guidelines. Applicants must provide complete and accurate information pertaining to their personal profile and qualifications according to the instructions provided in inspira to be considered for the current job opening. No amendment, addition, deletion, revision or modification shall be made to applications that have been submitted. Candidates under serious consideration for selection will be subject to reference checks to verify the information provided in the application.

Job openings advertised on the Careers Portal will be removed at 11:59 p.m. (New York time) on the deadline date.

No Fee

THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE AT ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS (APPLICATION, INTERVIEW MEETING, PROCESSING, OR TRAINING). THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CONCERN ITSELF WITH INFORMATION ON APPLICANTS’ BANK ACCOUNTS.

Deadline 20 October 2019

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Nafasi za kazi Rafiki SDO, Project Accountant

Project Accountant  

Rafiki Social Development Organization is a development and advocacy Non-Governmental and nonprofit sharing Organization working with Children, Youth, Marginalized and Vulnerable groups, families and their communities to reach their full potential by advocating for their rights and tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. The Organization was established in January 2005 and registered under the NGO Act of 2002, issued with a registration number No.00NGO/00006336 to operate in Tanzania Mainland.

Rafiki-SDO in partnership with WEI/Bantwana in Tanzania with funding from USAID in collaboration with PO-RALG, MOEST, and local government authorities (LGA) is implementing Waache Wasome project a five year project. The goal of Waache Wasome project is to improve the retention of adolescent girls in secondary school and influence negative perceptions about the value of educating girls. The project will be implemented in Mara region in Musoma Municipal Council. The project targets girls aged 13-19 in secondary school and girls who have dropped out of secondary school.

Waache Wasome’s four objectives are as follows:

  • Build the agency, knowledge, and self-esteem of girls in secondary school
  • Increase family commitment and ability to invest in girls’ education
  • Foster a girl-friendly and supportive school environment
  • Provide alternative education pathways for girls who have dropped out of secondary school due to pregnancy and/or marriage.
  • For efficient execution of its duties, Rafiki-SDO is looking for enthusiastic, creative, energetic individuals to fill below vacant positions:

Title: Project Accountant (1 Post)

Reports to;  Program Manager

Duration: One year / Renewable

Location:  Mara (Musoma Municipal council)

OVERVIEW

The project accountant is responsible for providing financial, administration support to Rafiki-SDO office under Waache Wasome project to ensure the smooth running of the office in (region). This includes handling day to day financial operations of the (region) office, with particular emphasis on handling accounts payable and receivable, expense reports, cash handling, payments, asset and inventory management, and compliance to Rafiki-SDO and donor financial policies. Implements and maintains an on-site financial accounting and bookkeeping system required to assure the integrity and effective performance of Rafiki-SDO financial operations.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assists in monitoring expenditure trends.
  • Prepares payments in accordance with financial regulations and approved budget.
  • Assists in maintaining non-current assets register.
  • Assists in preparing periodic financial reports.
  • Prepares payments vouchers in accordance with the laid down policies and procedures.
  • Keeps accounting records related duties as may be assigned by the immediate supervisor
  • Oversee the financial operation of the organization to ensure timely, accurate financial report and practices including cash management, payroll, financial disbursements and ledgers.
  • Preparing staff contracts and maintain donor agreements
  • Manage financial control, prepare and analyses budgets, develop financial reports and make recommendation to the organization and budget expenditure.
  • Obtain approvals from the director and from the donors on all procurements and purchases for the projects and for the organization.
  • Monitor the expenditure to ensure that program funds are utilized appropriately by the close of the fiscal year.
  • Provide orientation and training to the organization staff on cost –effective management.
  • Ensure that all financial reporting is completed on time and submitted to donors.
  • Oversee the financial audits for a respective project of the organization.
  • Ensure timely preparation of financial retirement with all necessary source of evidence to be shared with Account with focus on every incurred expense during project implementation

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

  • The project accountant must have at least a Degree in finance or a related field.
  • Minimum of Three (3) year relevant experience in finance or accounting
  • Knowledge of USAID rules and regulations
  • Able to effectively communicate with senior management, third party vendors, technical staff, as well as non-finance staff

Language Skills:

Must be fluent in both written and spoken Swahili and English Language.

How to Apply:

If you believe you are the ideal person we are looking for, please submit your application letter describing why you are the right candidate for this position, a curriculum vitae detailing your experience and three (3) professional referees from previous and current place of employment and copy of educational certificates. Please send the application to our office in Mara region or via Postal address.

All Applications should be submitted through email at info@rafikisdo.or.tz or by hand to Rafiki-SDO Musoma office (Nyasho ward, in the Anglican Church Premises Musoma Municipality).

Address your application to:

Executive Director,

Rafiki-SDO,

P.O.BOX 177,

MUSOMA.

Qualified women are more encouraged to apply

The closing date for the applications will be 10th October, 2019, 17:00PM (only shortlisted candidate will be contacted)

Job Opportunity at Rafiki SDO, Project Accountant

Project Accountant

Rafiki Social Development Organization is a development and advocacy Non-Governmental and nonprofit sharing Organization working with Children, Youth, Marginalized and Vulnerable groups, families and their communities to reach their full potential by advocating for their rights and tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. The Organization was established in January 2005 and registered under the NGO Act of 2002, issued with a registration number No.00NGO/00006336 to operate in Tanzania Mainland.

Rafiki-SDO in partnership with WEI/Bantwana in Tanzania with funding from USAID in collaboration with PO-RALG, MOEST, and local government authorities (LGA) is implementing Waache Wasome project a five year project. The goal of Waache Wasome project is to improve the retention of adolescent girls in secondary school and influence negative perceptions about the value of educating girls. The project will be implemented in Mara region in Musoma Municipal Council. The project targets girls aged 13-19 in secondary school and girls who have dropped out of secondary school.

Waache Wasome’s four objectives are as follows:

  • Build the agency, knowledge, and self-esteem of girls in secondary school
  • Increase family commitment and ability to invest in girls’ education
  • Foster a girl-friendly and supportive school environment
  • Provide alternative education pathways for girls who have dropped out of secondary school due to pregnancy and/or marriage.
  • For efficient execution of its duties, Rafiki-SDO is looking for enthusiastic, creative, energetic individuals to fill below vacant positions:

Title: Project Accountant (1 Post)

Reports to; Program Manager

Duration: One year / Renewable

Location: Mara (Musoma Municipal council)

OVERVIEW

The project accountant is responsible for providing financial, administration support to Rafiki-SDO office under Waache Wasome project to ensure the smooth running of the office in (region). This includes handling day to day financial operations of the (region) office, with particular emphasis on handling accounts payable and receivable, expense reports, cash handling, payments, asset and inventory management, and compliance to Rafiki-SDO and donor financial policies. Implements and maintains an on-site financial accounting and bookkeeping system required to assure the integrity and effective performance of Rafiki-SDO financial operations.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assists in monitoring expenditure trends.
  • Prepares payments in accordance with financial regulations and approved budget.
  • Assists in maintaining non-current assets register.
  • Assists in preparing periodic financial reports.
  • Prepares payments vouchers in accordance with the laid down policies and procedures.
  • Keeps accounting records related duties as may be assigned by the immediate supervisor
  • Oversee the financial operation of the organization to ensure timely, accurate financial report and practices including cash management, payroll, financial disbursements and ledgers.
  • Preparing staff contracts and maintain donor agreements
  • Manage financial control, prepare and analyses budgets, develop financial reports and make recommendation to the organization and budget expenditure.
  • Obtain approvals from the director and from the donors on all procurements and purchases for the projects and for the organization.
  • Monitor the expenditure to ensure that program funds are utilized appropriately by the close of the fiscal year.
  • Provide orientation and training to the organization staff on cost –effective management.
  • Ensure that all financial reporting is completed on time and submitted to donors.
  • Oversee the financial audits for a respective project of the organization.
  • Ensure timely preparation of financial retirement with all necessary source of evidence to be shared with Account with focus on every incurred expense during project implementation

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

  • The project accountant must have at least a Degree in finance or a related field.
  • Minimum of Three (3) year relevant experience in finance or accounting
  • Knowledge of USAID rules and regulations
  • Able to effectively communicate with senior management, third party vendors, technical staff, as well as non-finance staff

Language Skills:

Must be fluent in both written and spoken Swahili and English Language.

How to Apply:

If you believe you are the ideal person we are looking for, please submit your application letter describing why you are the right candidate for this position, a curriculum vitae detailing your experience and three (3) professional referees from previous and current place of employment and copy of educational certificates. Please send the application to our office in Mara region or via Postal address.

All Applications should be submitted through email at info@rafikisdo.or.tz or by hand to Rafiki-SDO Musoma office (Nyasho ward, in the Anglican Church Premises Musoma Municipality).

Address your application to:

Executive Director,

Rafiki-SDO,

P.O.BOX 177,

MUSOMA.

Qualified women are more encouraged to apply

The closing date for the applications will be 10th October, 2019, 17:00PM (only shortlisted candidate will be contacted)

List of Job Opportunities at Rafiki Social Development Organization (RAFIKI SDO)


About RAFIKI SIDO

Rafiki Social Development Organization is a development and advocacy Non-Governmental and nonprofit sharing Organization working with Children, Youth, Marginalized and Vulnerable groups, families and their communities to reach their full potential by advocating for their rights and tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. The Organization was established in January 2005 and registered under the NGO Act of 2002, issued with a registration number No.00NGO/00006336 to operate in Tanzania Mainland.

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Rafiki-SDO in partnership with WEI/Bantwana in Tanzania with funding from USAID in collaboration with PO-RALG, MOEST, and local government authorities (LGA) is implementing Waache Wasome project a five year project. The goal of Waache Wasome project is to improve the retention of adolescent girls in secondary school and influence negative perceptions about the value of educating girls. The project will be implemented in Mara region in Musoma Municipal Council.
The project targets girls aged 13-19 in secondary school and girls who have dropped out of secondary school.
Waache Wasome’s four objectives are as follows:
1. Build the agency, knowledge, and self-esteem of girls in secondary school
2. Increase family commitment and ability to invest in girls’ education
3. Foster a girl-friendly and supportive school environment
4. Provide alternative education pathways for girls who have dropped out of secondary school
due to pregnancy and/or marriage.
For efficient execution of its duties, Rafiki-SDO is looking for enthusiastic, creative, energetic
individuals to fill below vacant positions:

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IFES Tanzania vacancies – Finance and Administration Officer

Position: Finance and Administration Officer
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Job Summary
IFES Tanzania is seeking to hire a qualified Finance and Administration Officer.
Minimum Qualification: Bachelor
Experience Level: Mid level
Experience Length: 4 years

Job Description
ABOUT IFES
IFES is an international, nonprofit organization that supports the building of democratic societies and primarily works in the areas of democratic governance and Electoral Management Body support. IFES promotes democratic stability by providing technical assistance and applying field-based research to the electoral cycle in countries around the world to enhance citizen participation and strengthen civil societies, governance and transparency. Founded in 1987 as a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization, IFES has developed and implemented comprehensive, collaborative democracy solutions in more than 145 countries.
 IFES is registered in Tanzania as an International Non-Government Organization and is working as part of the USAID-funded Consortium for Elections and Political Process Strengthening (CEPPS) Project together with two other democratic governance partners. 

RESPONSIBILITIES, QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
The Finance and Administration Officer is responsible for:
Ensuring the project’s compliance with IFES, USAID and Government of Tanzania’s policies, procedures, rules and regulations
Overseeing and/or undertaking all aspects of financial management, procurement, human resource management and administration. This includes systems implementation, budgeting, expenditure tracking, and financial reporting, including sub-award budgets and financial reports
Preparing monthly Field Expense Reports and Cash Request Forms,
Preparing finance vouchers with proper supporting documentation and manage entries in IFES-Tanzania’s Quickbooks accounts
Managing all field office procurement and expenditures, and ensure they are in accordance with applicable USAID and IFES policies and regulations 
Providing overall administration and logistic support for IFES-supported activities, the IFES Tanzania office, and international staff and consultants
 Maintaining an inventory of IFES equipment
 Liaising between IFES’ headquarters and the field office as necessary on applicable matters
Liaising with internal and external auditors in the review of project financial management
Providing administrative and logistical support to activities such as events, workshops and trainings

Qualifications and Experience:
A Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or a related field 
At least 4 years experience providing financial, procurement, human resources management and administrative support with an International or a Tanzanian Non-Government Organization, or similar organization
Sound communication skills and the ability to work effectively as part of a small team 
Fluency in spoken and written English and Swahili required
Prior experience with implementing USAID or other donor funded programs is an advantage
Relevant computer software skills and familiarity with accounting software including, at a minimum, demonstrated experience using Quickbooks and the standard applications in MS Office
Sound interpersonal skills and experience establishing and maintaining good relationships with a wide variety of professionals and organizations

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
The application deadline is 5.00 pm on 15 October 2019.  Intending applicants should note that only those who meet the Qualifications and Experience Criteria will be shortlisted and contacted.  Only Tanzanian citizens will be considered. We encourage gender equity and diversity in our staff. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.

Apply Online Today Through

E: ifestanzania@ifes.org

Please manually apply for this job using the details below:
Qualified applicants are required to send their CV and cover letter by email to ifestanzania@ifes.org. Applications should include the names and contact details for at least 2 work-related referees who have supervised the applicant.

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Warning ⇶ Don’t Pay Money To Get A Job

Job Opportunity at Mwananchi Communications, Procurement Officer

Mwananchi Communications Limited, a subsidiary of Nation Media Group, and publishers of Mwananchi, The Citizen and Mwanaspoti newspapers and various online products are looking for motivated and highly experienced individual to fill the position of:

PROCUREMENT OFFICER (1 POST)

We are seeking for a qualified and experienced Procurement Officer to replace a vacancy in our procurement department. Reporting to the Procurement Manager and working closely with other executives within the organization, the expected deliverables.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Receives, reviews and approves IPRs within authority limits.
  • Gets approval from Section Managers and MD for IPRs above authority.
  • Prepare annual procurement plan and monitor its execution.
  • Coordinate purchases for major expenditure through tender board.
  • Negotiate commercial terms with suppliers.
  • Ensures that IPRs are promptly issued for goods and services and LPO/FPOs are approved.
  • Follow up and ensures that goods and services ordered are actually delivered as per specifications.
  • Monitor consumption, stock and re-order level.
  • Ensure that all returns, printed waste, miscellaneous disposable assets and materials are sold in accordance with the approved procedure.
  • Liaise with user departments to ensure that all office utilities are readily available and cost effectively used.
  • Monitors all insurance matters to ensure adequate cover, settlement of claims and update records.
  • Perform annual supplier’s evaluation and communicate feedback for improvements.
  • Manage supplier relationship.

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Academic – Basic University Degree in Procurement and Supplies from Reputable Institution.
  • Professional – Accredited certification of Procurement.
  • Experience: 3-5 years’ work experience in a similar role in a reputable organization.
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and negotiation skills;
  • High degree of integrity and honesty;
  • Knowledge of SAP Materials Management module will be an added advantage.

MODE OF APPLICATION:
Interested and suitably qualified individuals should apply online through our carrier portal https://careers.mcl.co.tz before October 11,2019 enclosing a detailed CV and copies of professional certificates, and a day time telephone contact.

NB:
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
MCL is an equal opportunity employer.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

HESLB:LIST OF APPLICANTS TO CORRECT THEIR LOAN APPLICATIONS 2019/20 ACADEMIC YEAR | ORODHA YA MAJINA WANAOTAKIWA KUSAHIHISHA MAOMBI YA MIKOPO


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Mission: To provide loans and grants to needy and eligible Tanzanian Students for Higher and Tertiary Education.
Vision: To be a reliable and sustainable revolving fund in financing eligible Tanzanian Students for Higher and Tertiary Education.

Core Values: The core values which will guide HESLB in achieving its objectives are:
Accountability: We are accountable for our own results, encourage ownership by taking initiatives and doing the right things for our organization. We feel obliged to make things better, to pursue excellence, and to do things in ways that further the goals of our organization. We will be answerable for our actions and the actions of our teams.
Commitment and Integrity: We are passionate and intensely focused on serving our clients (the higher education students) with high level of Integrity to enable them achieve their dreams. We do what we promise we are going to do. As individuals and as an organization, we are dedicated to serve our clients and stakeholders. We value all of our customers and stakeholders with high degree of Integrity.

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Teamwork: We are committed to common goals based on open and honest communication and collaboration to one another while showing concern and support for each other and most importantly, our clients. We believe the best results stem from integrating a mix of talents, skills and experiences.
Equity: We value inclusiveness, fairness, transparency and justice that we want to see persist, and because of our main existence, we place a particular focus on reflecting the need of the disadvantaged, low-income communities most impacted by our work.

HESLB; We are passionate and intensely focused on serving our clients (the higher education students) with high level of Integrity to enable them achieve their dreams. We do what we promise we are going to do. As individuals and as an organization, we are dedicated to serve our clients and stakeholders. We value all of our customers and stakeholders with high degree of Integrity.

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We are accountable for our own results, encourage ownership by taking initiatives and doing the right things for our organization. We feel obliged to make things better, to pursue excellence, and to do things in ways that further the goals of our organization. We will be answerable for our actions and the actions of our teams.

During the verification exercise of the 2019/2020 loan application forms, the Board has come across loan applications which are incomplete or are missing some vital information for further loans processing. For that reason, the Board would like to inform concerned Loan applicants that such incomplete applications will not be processed until the missing information is provided.

HESLB: Important Notice to All Loan Applicants 2019/2020
HESLB Student Loans Board (HESLB) would like to inform all loan applicants for the 2019/2020 academic year that HESLB is currently undergoing verification of online-submitted applications for applications submitted which will be completed on Sunday, September 29, 2019.
Upon completion of the verification work, HESLB will offer a four-day opportunity, from Monday, September 30 to Thursday, October 3, 2019…

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USAID’s RISE Challenge 2019 to Address Gender-Based Violence in the Environment

Deadline: October 8, 2019

Applications for USAID’s RISE Challenge 2019 are open. USAID’s RISE Challenge provides an opportunity to test approaches & build evidence on effective interventions that address Gender-Based Violence issues in environmental sectors.

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) leads the U.S. Government’s international development and disaster assistance and supports partners to become self-reliant and capable of leading their own development journeys. USAID is seeking to fund the innovative application of promising or proven interventions that prevent and respond to gender-based violence across programs that address the access, use, control, and management of natural resources.

About the Challenge

Responding to GBV can provide opportunities for both enhanced environmental action and women’s empowerment, but tackling one issue without addressing the other is unlikely to succeed. USAID’s RISE Challenge aims to identify and implement interventions to reduce GBV in environmental programming.

This challenge aims to fund organizations to innovatively adapt and implement promising or proven interventions or practices that have been used to effectively prevent and respond to GBV in other sectors to environmental programming, or to integrate GBV prevention and response interventions into an existing environmental programming. The challenge will draw insights from other development and humanitarian sectors that have proven or promising practices to address GBV. It will incentivize partnerships between environmental organizations, local communities, and gender and GBV experts who can help bridge knowledge gaps and work to build an evidence base of effective GBV interventions.

They also aim to celebrate and spur a broad range of interventions that are sustainable and integrable into USAID and partners’ environmental programming and investments.

Benefits

  • For winners of this challenge, USAID will feature their interventions, facilitate access to funding and networking opportunities, and provide technical assistance to support the proposed activity in achieving measurable results and impact.
  • USAID will award up to eight Fixed Amount Awards (FAA) between $100,000 and $300,000, subject to the availability of funding. Each FAA will be funded based on milestones and an implementation plan that are mutually agreed upon. Grant-funded activities must be completed within one to two years.

Challenge winners will be announced in Washington, D.C. in November 2019.

Eligibility
Prospective competitors must meet the following requirements to participate in the RISE Challenge. All applications will undergo an initial eligibility screening to ensure they comply with the eligibility criteria.

  • Organization type: RISE is open to all organizations regardless of type (e.g. NGO; for profit; not-for-profit; national, regional, community and indigenous organizations; universities; foundations; faith-based organizations; women-owned/women-led enterprises). US NGOs may only be funded up to $100,000. Non-US NGO’s may apply for funding up to $300,000.
  • Organization size: All organizations regardless of size are eligible to apply.
  • Partnership model: Applicants must demonstrate a partnership model and/or teaming intervention that leverages the capacity, expertise, and existing relationships across relevant environmental sector organizations, gender and GBV organizations, relevant experts, and local communities for the geography and sector of interest. The RISE Challenge requires supporting documentation to verify partnerships. Note that US NGOs who are requesting funding above $100,000 need to partner with a local NGO.
  • Local presence: All applicants must use the funds to implement interventions in geographies where USAID is currently operational. For the full list, click here. Applicants must either already have a presence in that country or must have a local partner, see partnership model requirement above. The RISE Challenge will require supporting documentation to demonstrate legal status to operate where the intervention is taking place.
  • Willingness to capture and share evidence and learning: All applicants need to describe a clear and actionable plan for Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning that articulates how the applicant will test hypotheses, generate evidence, and use learning to adapt programming, which will feed into the evidence base that USAID is creating. Sharing learning includes sensitively balancing being transparent about sharing setbacks while protecting vulnerable populations from exposure to harm. Grantees will be expected to participate in ongoing reporting, peer-to-peer learning, and may be asked to contribute to the development of open-source tools. All people-level indicators must be sex disaggregated.
  • Topical: Applicants should present interventions that address the objectives of the Program Statement outlined in Section A of the Request for Applications.
  • Gender analysis: We strongly encourage all applicants to complete a rigorous gender analysis prior to applying (although this is not mandatory). Successful awardees who have yet to complete a gender analysis will be required to do so as one of their initial activities under the grant.
  • Eligible to receive USAID funds: Catalyst will conduct a responsibility determination prior to award, to ensure the applicant has the organizational and technical capacity to manage a USAID funded project.
  • Language: Applicants must submit their entries in English. While entries will be decided on the strength of the content, we encourage applicants to invest in translation or have someone with strong English skills review their submission to ensure they are showing their work to their best advantage.
  • Completeness and timeliness: Entries will not be assessed if all required fields have not been completed. This applies to any stage of submission and also relates to missing documentation that may have been requested. Late entries may not be accepted.

Application
Submissions are due at 11:00 a.m ET on October 8, 2019 through the online application platform. Late entries may not be accepted, and no additions and/or modifications to applications will be accepted after the submission deadline.

Judging

  • After an internal eligibility screen, expert judges will review the remaining applications and assess them against the judging criteria listed on this website. Up to the top 20% of applicants will pass to the Finalist Interview round and will be interviewed by a panel of USAID staff and affiliated partners. Winners will be selected following the interviews.
  • Winners of USAID’s RISE Challenge will be announced in November 2019.
  • Click here to apply.
  • For more information, visit USAID’s RISE Challenge.

Nafasi za kazi- Citi Bank Tanzania, Relationship Manager

Position: Relationship Manager
Locations: Dar es salaam Region
Job Function: Institutional Banking
Employee Status: Regular
Job ID: 19034679

The Relationship Manager is an intermediate-level position responsible for assisting clients in raising funds in the capital markets, as well as in providing strategic advisory services for mergers, acquisitions and other types of financial transactions in coordination with the Institutional Banking team. The Relationship Manager also serves as an intermediary in trading for clients. The overall objective of this role is to act as strategic advisor to our clients by formulating investment strategies and raising capital for clients.

Responsibilities:

  • Expand a portfolio of accounts with varying/complex financial needs with the objective of revenue growth and good credit quality in line with Citi’s credit standards, policies and processes
  • Identify customer needs and recommend solutions to address these needs, such as financing, streamlining of cash management operations, foreign currency solutions, etc.
  • Cross-sell banking products, including cash management, trade finance, trade services, structured trade products, foreign exchange, commodities, fixed income, loans (including syndicated, bilateral) and capital market products
  • Responsible for all credit aspects of the relationship including annual reviews, early problem recognition and remedial management
  • Appropriately assess risk when business decisions are made, demonstrating particular consideration for the firm’s reputation and safeguarding Citigroup, its clients and assets, by driving compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations, adhering to Policy, applying sound ethical judgment regarding personal behavior, conduct and business practices, and escalating, managing and reporting control issues with transparency.

Qualifications:

  • 5-8 years of experience
  • MBA or Master’s degree in Business preferred
  • Proven and progressive related lending/credit experience or equivalent product experience
  • Demonstrated credit skills, including a background in credit
  • Experience with large corporate clients, capital markets products, derivatives, credit, cash management, trade, finance and securities products preferred
  • Comprehensive knowledge of Corporate Banking business including related products, pertinent regulations and the lending and credit approval process
  • Consistently demonstrate clear and concise written and verbal communication
  • Proven analytical, planning, negotiation, and organizational skills
  • Series 7 and 63 licenses preferred

Education:
Bachelor’s degree/University degree or equivalent experience
This job description provides a high-level review of the types of work performed. Other job-related duties may be assigned as required.

Time Type : Full time

Citi is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.

Minority/Female/Veteran/Individuals with Disabilities/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity.
Citigroup Inc. and its subsidiaries (“Citi”) invite all qualified interested applicants to apply for career opportunities.

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