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Jobs TIB Development Bank, Senior Internal Audit


Senior Internal Audit 

TIB Development Bank Limited is Development Finance Institutions (DFI) wholly owned by the Government of United Republic of Tanzania. The bank has been established and exists
-under the Companies Act, 2002. The main focus of TIB Development Bank as a premier national DFI is on national projects that aim at the attainment of the Tanzanian Development Vision 2025. The bank’s mandate is to support the Government in achieving rapid economic growth through the development of industries, infrastructure, services sectors, as well as oil and gas sectors. In this regard, activities of TIB have specifically expanded and the bank now invites suitable, qualified and skilled applicants to fill the following available position:

SENIOR INTERNAL AUDIT

Nature and Scope

The successful candidate will report to the Director, Internal Audit. She/he will be responsible for ensuring that all accounting, financial, operational and other systems are adequate in design and effective in operations, to ensure that laid down procedures of the bank are being followed.

Key Responsibilities

  • Participate in the Planning & budgeting process and schedule audit operations.
  • Participate in the preparation and updating of the internal audit charter, internal audit manual and audit policies.
  • Plan and prepare an audit program for the audit assignment to be conducted.
  • Review, appraise and report on the soundness, adequacy and application of financial and other management controls.
  • Review and appraise the laid down risk management and mitigation procedures.
  • Conduct special audits and investigations and present the report to the Director of Internal Audit.
  • Conduct Audit assignments on various operational areas of the bank and produce reports of findings.
  • Analyze data for evidence of deficiencies in control, fraud or lack of compliance with approved management policies.
  • Make follow up and ensure that recommendations made by internal, external auditors and BOT examiners are implemented.
  • Perform any other related duties as may be assigned from time to time by the Supervisor.


Qualifications, Knowledge and Experience

  • Bachelor Degree or Advanced Diploma in Accounting, Commerce or related discipline from a recognized University/lnstitution.
  • Master’s degree will be an added advantage.
  • Must possess a recognized professional accountancy qualification such as CPA (T), ACCA. ACA or any other recognized accounting professional qualification.
  • Minimum of four (4) years’ working experience in banking/financial or financial institution.
  • Strong analytical, written and oral communication skills with ability to write reports and documentation in a concise and focused style.
  • Must be a team player, very well self-motivated and able to manage and prioritize work load with minimum supervision.
  • Highest degree of integrity, excellent and well developed interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Must be computer literate.


REMUNERATION

TIB Development Bank Limited is an equal opportunity employer. The bank offers an attractive remuneration package, career development opportunities and an excellent working environment.

MODE OF APPLICATION

Qualifying candidates should apply in writing to or lodge their applications at the address below, endosing:-

  • An application letter showing how they meet the post’s requirements.
  • Comprehensive curriculum Vitae.
  • Copies of relevant certificates and awards.
  • Contact address including telephone number(s) and/or email address(s) if available.
  • Names and full addresses of three (3) referees.
  • Closing Date is 20 September, 2019


Managing Director,
TIB Development Bank 
Mlimani City Office Park, 
Sam Nujoma Road, Ubungo 
P.O.BOX 9373 
Dares Salaam 
Tel. 2163601/600
Email: md@tib.co.tz 

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NAFASI 50 ZA KAZI TIBA CARE

Tiba Home Care is the perfect solution for seniors and others who aren’t ready to leave their homes for an institutional setting or live with relatives, but because of illness or chronic conditions need support to remain at home. We improve your life by providing compassionate, one- on-one care in the comfort of your own home.
Tiba Home Care is the mobile service under Tanzanian registered NGO known as, V.E.S Foundation which its headquarters are located at Sinza Mori in Dar es Salaam region.
Who are we Looking For?
We are looking for nurses who have been registered or enrolled by the nursing board of Tanzania including these Qualities.
Job Title: Nurse/ Care Assistant
Job Setting: Clients Premises/ Home
Job Description:
– Accurate use of Technology (Smart Phone) in providing our service
– Going to a patients Home when requested by a Customer at any time of the day
– Identify patients’ care requirements
– Provide psychological support as needed
– Resolve and/or report on patients’ needs or issues
– Perform necessary routine diagnostic checks (e.g. monitor pulse, blood pressure, oxygen, temperature etc.)
– Accurately monitor and record data regarding patients’ conditions; document all provided care services
– Function well during stressful situations to treat healthcare emergencies
– Follow all care regulations and standards
Nurse Qualifications/Skills:
– Registered Nurse (RN) or Enrolled Nurse (EN) by the Tanzania Nursing And Midwifery Council (TNMC)
– Must have completed a certificate ,diploma level or Degree Level
– Active applicable state license**
– Clinical skills
– Bedside manner
– Infection control
– Physiological knowledge
– Administering medication
– Medical teamwork
– Multitasking, listening, and verbal communication
– Health promotion and maintenance
– Clean background check and clean drug screen
– Fluent in English and Swahili.
Application Deadline October 30, 2019.

HESLB: NOTICE TO LOAN APPLICANTS WITH INCOMPLETE LOAN APPLICATIONS

This is to inform loans applicants with ‘Incomplete Applications’ in the academic year 2019/2020 to visit their online accounts in http://olas.heslb.go.tz and complete applications by uploading missing attachments or filling required information.

This notice is applicable to applicants with ‘Incomplete Status’ only who are now required to upload ‘Signatures and Declarations’ pages (2&5).

To upload or fill missing information, kindly follow the following steps:

  1. Visit HESLB website www.heslb.go.tz and
  2. Click a link http://olas.heslb.go.tz then
  3. Login using username and password used during loan applicationthen
  4. Click to view incomplete application
  5. A system will display completed steps (with green ticks) and incomplete steps (with red mark or with yellow tick).
  6. Applicants will be allowed to add information as required and confirm each step.
  7. For applicants who did not upload declaration and signature pages (page 2 and 5) will be required to upload the two pages to continue to next steps.
  8. After confirming all steps, applicants will be required to download and print the final signed application form with all attachments.
  9. Applicants are reminded to ensure all uploaded attachments have been certified by proper and relevant authorities. ??

The window will be open for six days from Thursday, 10th October 2019 to Tuesday 15th October 2019.

For inquiries, contact us through:

Issued by:

HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS’ LOANS BOARD

Thursday, October 10th, 2019

Job Opportunity at SokoWatch, Delivery Agent

SokoWatch

Delivery Agent

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

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

Position: Delivery Agent

Sokowatch is searching for Delivery Agents who will work in our offices managing regional
sales and deliveries. The Delivery Agent will also help the customers whenever they have
difficult

Requirements

  • Must be a competent tuk tuk driver with no less than 3 years’ experience with a valid class A2 and D driving license.
  • Must have a valid certificate of good conduct from the Tanzania Police Service or a receipt showing recent application for one.
  • Must be willing to be placed anywhere within Dar es Salaam city or its environments.
  • Conversant with driving rules and the geographical areas allocated
  • Good time keeper
  • Diploma/certificate in sales/Customer service, basic accounting is an added advantage
  • Respect to others
  • Should have knowledge of using a smartphone
  • Previous working experience in sales is an added advantage
  • Be a self-starter, adaptable, and high levels of personal integrity.

Deliver Agent Job description;

  • Deliver a wide variety of items to different shops and through different routes as set by the company.
  • Ensure that the goods supplied are of the quality and quantity demanded by the vendors.
  • Meeting sales targets as set by the line supervisor
  • Load, unload, prepare, inspect and operate the tuk tuk.
  • Ask for feedback on provided services and resolve clients’ complaints
  • Collect payments and deposit to the given account by the company
  • Inform customers about new products and services offered by Sokowatch
  • Help customers who have difficulties when opening our mobile app or making orders from the mobile app
  • Make sure the vehicle is kept in good condition and the services are done on time
  • Report to the Fleet Manager when you have a breakdown of the tuk tuk.
  • Follow DOT regulations and safety standards.
  • Should be a fast learner to Operate the Sokowatch agent app in compliance with the set operating standards provided by the company
  • Asset management: ensuring that the assigned tuk tuk and company handset or any other assets as may be allocated are in proper working conditions and available for inspection should the need arise.

Send application to careers@sokowatch.com before 9 October 2019.

Job Opportunity at SokoWatch, Country Procurement Manager

 Job Opportunity at SokoWatch, Country Procurement Manager
SokoWatch

Job Description: Country Procurement Manager, Tanzania

Your role is to assist in building and maintaining a strong supplier partnerships for an
ambitious Pan-African company. You are responsible for driving company supplier term
negotiations, by ensuring we receive the best margins, payment terms and build strong
partnerships across the country operations.

Our Vision
Dominate the duka market across Africa by being their #1 partner for all goods and services
by 2021. Sokowatch will provide everything a duka needs, no wholesalers or distributors
necessary.

Your Mission in our Vision
You support the operations at a country level to ensure Sokowatch is always receiving the
correct margins, supplier terms and procurement & delivery of products on time across all
country branches.

Reporting into East Africa Supply Chain Manager

Responsibilities

Organizational:

  • Negotiate terms and conditions of supplier partnerships
  • Schedule regular reports and meetings
  • Actively manage and monitor the procurement and delivery of goods to the warehouses, to ensure KPIs are being met and revised regularly
  • Improve supplier lead-time compliance through optimization of delivery tracking
  • Managing supply chain relations activities at a country level
  • Monitor all distribution agreement contracts and ensure invoices from suppliers and POs to suppliers are as per the agreed terms.
  • Proactively identify opportunities which will align supplier needs with the organizational goals
  • Manage and implement strategies for procuring, and distributing goods to maintain stock levels
  • Advise, train and mentor junior supply chain team members


Key Relationships

  • Internal stakeholders: Country Manager, East African Partnerships Manager, East African Supply Chain Manager, Global Head Partnerships, local Category Managers, Finance Department, and Country Operations team.
  • External stakeholders: All suppliers relating to the operations; this includes but is not limited to stock suppliers, vehicle vendors and logistics companies.


Key skills and competencies

  • Preferred 3 years of experience in a similar role
  • Bachelor degree, preferably in Business Management, Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Economics, or a Related Field
  • Understanding of Supply Chain Management Procedures, Logistics

Skills, Strategic Planning Abilities

  • Ability to work efficiently and independently in a fast-paced sales environment
  • Strong selling, negotiating and consulting skills
  • Strong data analysis and superior organizational skills,
  • Effective interpersonal and analytical abilities
  • Strong oral, written communication & presentation skills
  • Willingness to travel for work within country
  • Must love working with people and cross cultural teams

Send applications to careers@sokowatch.com before 9 November 2019.CF

Nafasi za kazi Mtibwa Sugar Estates, Security Supervisor

Security Supervisor

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: To command and control guards and guard posts for effective provision of security services at Mtibwa Sugar Estates.

DEPARTMENT & LOCATION: Risk Management – Mtibwa Estates Limited

GRADE: Supervisor.

REPORTS TO: Security Field Officer.

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITY: 

  • The Supervisor is the interface between Security Management and guards, ensuring operational tasks and deployments are correctly implemented.
  • Safeguarding of life and property
  • Reduction of Mtibwa Sugar Estates Limited exposure to loss
  • Management of guards and guard posts
  • Ensuring effective response to incidents
  • Ensure effective deployment of guard shifts
  • Identify and effect speedy replacement of shortages
  • Application of operational procedures in accordance with the Operations Manual
  • Liaise with Security Management to ensure effective deployment
  • React to customer complaints and incident reports
  • Maintain efficient and timely reporting
  • Maintain discipline and morale
  • Relay information, intelligence and guards’ concerns to Security Field Officer

ROLE & CONTEXT:

  •  Liaise with Security Field Officers to co-ordinate effective manning of all Mtibwa Sugar Estates Limited locations.
  • Attend weekly operations meeting
  • Maintain operational procedures in accordance with operations manual
  • Manage internal and external threats by managing security situations and directing resources as appropriate
  • Write incident reports and complaint forms in accordance with operation manual
  • Deal with Management complaints in a timely and courteous manner
  • Provide observations and recommendations to Field Officers
  • Ensure reports, OBs and returns are accurate and timely
  • Supervisor Shift Summary
  • Guard Check List and roster returns
  • Fault Correction Forms
  • Ensure that all incidents during the shift are reported and incident reports raised
  • Visit posts in designated zones at least twice per 12 hour shifts
  • Carry out site security surveys as required
  • Maintain discipline in accordance with Company core values and disciplinary code
  • Ensure personnel are briefed and equipped for forthcoming shift
  • Ensure all posts are properly manned and deal with shortages
  • Ensure uniform and equipment requirements are sufficient for operational delivery
  • Ensure guards understand and are familiar with their post orders
  • Assist Field Officers in nominating awards for good work
  • Follow up cases with the Security investigator
Address to: Human Resources Manager Mtibwa Sugar Estates Ltd.states Ltd. P.O.Box 42 .O.Box 42 Mtibwa. Mtibwa.
Email address: mse@mtibwa-sugar.co.tz or gmugeta@mtibwa-sugar.co.tz 

Commonwealth100 Fully-funded Online Leadership Programme

Deadline: Ongoing

Applications are invited for the Commonwealth100 Online Leadership Course. Commonwealth100 is a new, free, crowd-sourced, experiential, online leadership development programme that aims to equip a new generation of young leaders from the Commonwealth with skills relevant to the 21st century, with the Open Source Leadership model.

Open Source Leadership was crowdsourced from and co-created by 1000 young leaders across the Commonwealth in 2017 and identifies five key areas of development crucial for 21st century leadership. Open Source Leaders are: Awake, Interconnected, Trustworthy, Quick, and Accessible.

Commonwealth100 programme outcomes include:

  • A new generation of young leaders to come through who have the commitment and ability to bridge divides
  • Stronger links across regions, backgrounds and generations (through our webinars and alumni offerings), which help them to work better together
  • A broader base of leadership in Commonwealth cities and countries
  • Framing a fresh, bold, principled, networked Commonwealth of the future

Benefits

  • Using an interactive platform, you will work with a diverse group of young leaders from across the Commonwealth to explore Open Source Leadership: a new leadership model co-created with over 1,000 young Commonwealth leaders.
  • This is your opportunity to gain practical skills for the future, reflect upon your own leadership style, and move forward with a new perspective on how to make the most positive impact.
  • The course is also an opportunity to connect with and have meaningful discussions with diverse peers from around the world.
  • If you complete the course you can join the Common Purpose Alumni group on LinkedIn, a valuable opportunity to network with our wide network of leaders from around the globe.
  • As well, everyone who completes Commonwealth100 receives the Open Source Leadership Badge: an online badge you can use to set yourself apart, as a 21st Century leader. You can put the badge on your CV and online profiles.

Eligibility

  • Commonwealth100 is open to young people aged 18+ from across the Commonwealth
  • You may be at the beginning of your career or in Higher or Further Education

Application
Though the course originally ran in three-week-long cohorts, starting in 2019 it will run in seven-week-long cohorts. It takes between three to six hours to complete the course, which can be done flexibly over the cohort period. Upcoming course dates are:

  • 6 September – 25 October 2019
  • 1 November – 27 December 2019
  • 3 January – 21 February 2020
  • 6 March – 24 April 2020

This will continue to run on a similar pattern through 2020.
Click here to apply
For more information, visit Commonwealth100.

Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation Science Without Borders® Challenge 2020

Deadline: April 20, 2020

Applications are open for the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation Science Without Borders® Challenge 2020. The Science Without Borders® Challenge is an international art contest that engages students to promote the need to preserve, protect, and restore the world’s oceans and aquatic resources.

The Science Without Borders® Challenge was created to get students and teachers interested in ocean conservation through various forms of art. This annual contest inspires students to be creative while learning about important ocean science and conservation issues.

The theme for this year’s Science Without Borders® Challenge is “Take Action: Conserve Coral Reefs.” Throughout the world, coral reefs are rapidly declining and threatened by a variety of factors—both natural and man-made. If nothing is done to save them, many coral reefs will no longer exist as functioning ecosystems by the end of the century. For this year’s contest, the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation is asking students to use their artistic talents to create a piece of art that illustrates one or more of the different actions that can be taken to preserve coral reefs

Prizes
Winners of the Science Without Borders® Challenge will be publicly announced. Prizes awarded to contestant winners are as follows:

  • 1st Place: $500
  • 2nd Place: $350
  • 3rd Place: $200

Eligibility

  • This international art competition is open to all students 11-19 years old;
  • Students must be enrolled in primary or secondary school, or the home school equivalent. College and university students are not eligible for this contest.
  • Work will be judged in two categories, with 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes awarded for each:
  • 11 – 14 year-olds
  • 15 – 19 year-olds

Rules

  • All artwork must be an original work by the contestant and shall not infringe on any copyrights or any other rights of any third parties. For instance, drawing a character from a cartoon or movie is not considered an original work.
  • The artwork must be 2D such as a painting or drawing. Acceptable media include: paint, pencil, marker, crayon, ink, felt, and oil pastel. Digitally created artwork, including photographs, are not accepted.
  • There is no minimum or maximum size requirements for the artwork.
  • You must send your original artwork. Digital copies of artwork are NOT permitted.
  • All submissions must be made by an individual artist. Group submissions are not permitted.
  • Participants may submit only 1 art piece.
  • Write your first and last name and age in pencil on the back of your artwork. Also include the same teacher’s first and last name, email, and phone number that you listed on your Entry Form.
  • Fill out all required information on the Entry Forms (online only). Make sure to fill out this form before you mail your artwork.
  • Artwork and art descriptions may be used in publications and distributed to the media.
  • The Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation reserves the right to disqualify artwork deemed offensive.
  • If the explanation of artwork or the artwork itself is plagiarized, then it will be disqualified.
  • Entries that do not comply with all of the contest rules will be disqualified.

Application
To apply to the Challenge, read the SWB Challenge Contest Rules, fill out the SWB Challenge Submission Form online, and send your original artwork (along with a completed COPPA Privacy Form for students under the age of 13) to:

Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation
Science Without Borders® Challenge
7 Old Solomons Island Rd, Suite 200
Annapolis, MD 21401 USA

For more information, visit Science Without Borders® Challenge.

Australia Awards Scholarships 2020/2021 for Africans to undertake Master’s Studies (Fully-funded to Australia)

Deadline: December 6, 2019

The next round of applications are open for the Australia Awards Scholarships. Australia Awards are prestigious international scholarships offering the next generation of global leaders an opportunity to undertake study, research and professional development in Australia. Australia Awards Scholarships, funded by the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, address the development needs of Australia’s partner countries, as well as strengthening links between people and organisations.

Master’s level scholarships are offered to eligible outstanding professionals from civil society, private and public sectors, who on completion of their studies are expected to return to their home country to drive change and contribute to development. The postgraduate study opportunity in Australia, provides high-quality education and training to talented Africans in specified sectors, in which Australia is recognised as having world-class expertise and experience.

Priority sectors include:

  • agricultural productivity
  • extractives
  • public policy

Australia Awards Short Courses
Short Courses offer opportunities for short-term post-graduate training delivered in Australia and/or in Africa for up to six weeks.

Benefits
For eligible mid-career professionals, who receive an Australia Awards Scholarship, the following benefits will generally apply:

  • Australian educational experience
  • Fully paid tuition fees
  • Fully paid economy class flight to and from Australia
  • Fully paid visa expenses
  • Overseas Student Health Cover, for basic medical costs
  • A contribution to living expenses
  • Adjustment support for women and people with disabilities, if required
  • Supplementary academic support if required, to improve a student’s performance
  • The opportunity to develop and maintain global links with Australians and other international students
  • The opportunity to join a prestigious alumni network after the scholarship.

Eligibility

  • To be considered for a Australia Awards Scholarship or Australia Awards Short Course, applicants must meet their country’s eligibility requirements. In general, the following requirements apply
  • Citizens from the following countries are eligible to apply for an Australia Awards Scholarship: • Botswana • Ghana • Kenya • Madagascar • Malawi • Mauritius • Mozambique • Nigeria • South Africa • Tanzania • Zambia
  • Minimum academic requirement: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
  • Mid-level to senior-level professional, currently employed in a relevant field
  • Meet relevant post-graduate work experience requirements
  • For Australia Awards Short Courses, applicants must be at least 25 years and not older than 55 years by 30 June 2021.
  • For Australia Awards Scholarships, applicants must be at least 25 years and not older than 52 years at the date of application.
  • Demonstrate a clear vision of how the knowledge gained through the scholarship will be used to improve policy, practice or reform in their home country
  • Satisfactory English proficiency to enable full participation in a training course delivered in English
  • Satisfy all requirements of the Australian Government for the appropriate student visa (subclass 500).

Application

  • All shortlisting and final selection take place between January and June of each year. Face-to-face interviews with shortlisted candidates are held in May and June.
  • Candidates from countries where English Language Proficiency tests are required should refer to the previous section on English language requirements or support. Australia Awards may also arrange separate English language testing of shortlisted candidates during the selection process.
  • Click here to apply.
  • For more information, visit Australia Awards Scholarships.

List of Job Opportunities at Tanzania Health Promotion Support (THPS)


Overview

Tanzania Health Promotion Support (THPS) has been awarded by the US Centers for Diseases Prevention and Control (CDC) funds to implement the Project ‘Strengthening the Quality, Accessibility, and Sustainability of the National Health Laboratory Services (NHLS) in United Republic of Tanzania under the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). The goal of the project is empowering the National Health Laboratory System (NHLS) in the country to achieve and monitor progress towards the UNAIDS 95-95-95 goals.

THPS will support the national laboratory systems strengthening through this five-year award in the following key areas:

  • Expansion of continuous quality improvement (CQI) of HIV rapid testing to increase access and improve the quality of HIV rapid testing at all levels.
  • Enhancement of laboratory information systems (LIS) to support antiretroviral (ART) monitoring, early infant diagnosis (EID), TB and Opportunistic infection (OIs) sample referral and transport networks at all levels of the tiered system.
  • Provide support to enhance laboratory biosafety and quality of diagnostic and standard of care laboratory testing in all six tiers of the NHLS
  • Provide Technical Assistance (TA) on laboratory supply chain management (SCM) including quantification and forecasting in all laboratories.

THPS is currently seeking highly experienced, committed and motivated Tanzanians to fill in the following positions:

POSITION TITLE: Sub Grants Officer (1 position)
REPORTS TO: Sub Grants Manager (THPS)
LOCATION: Central Office Dar Es Salaam (with frequent field travel up to 30%)
OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES:
To focus on all issues related to sub awardees efficient management of THPS funds and to monitor the financial and administrative systems for proper utilization of such funds. S/He will work with selected NGOs/ and other THPS subgrantees in building their capacity towards compliance and efficiency in managing donor funds including timely reporting. Under the leadership of the Sub Grant Manager. S/he will facilitate and coordinate the subs budgeting process and provide ongoing feedback to the THPS on the implementation of the subs work plans.

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SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist in assessing the financial and administrative requirement for the sub awardees.
  • Adapt administrative and financial policies and procedures for the sub awardees which includes; manuals, user guides and templates to be compliant with donor and THPS requirements
  • Provide training and technical support to sub awardees staff to improve administrative and financial systems by using THPS management tools and general management of fund procedures.
  • Ensure consistent application of THPS financial and administrative policies/standards, as well as donor, and THPS rules and regulations
  • Act as resource person for tracking and monitoring systems, reporting policies and procedures to sub awardees
  • Ensure that sub awardees provide their reports completely, accurately and timely
  • Monitoring of sub awardees invoices and advances from THPS including doing monthly reconciliations.
  • Monitor the need for external audits of sub awardees, and manage the audit as needed
  • Train new sub awardees staff on matters related with financial management and perform project financial review
  • Assist in provision of procedures for sub awardees closing by making sure that all steps and regulations are followed properly
  • Supervise and train the Sub Award Finance Staff in CDC policies and regulations and the Financial Reporting.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
  • Required: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Accountancy, Finance or related subjects from a recognized institution
  • Required: CPA, ACCA or other equivalent professional certification will be an added advantage
  • Required: At least four years’ experience at a similar position. Experience working for an NGO monitoring both NGOS and government sub-grantees will be an added advantage.
  • Required: Knowledge in Accounting packages
  • Required: Good in using computer applications including Microsoft Office (Excel, Word and PowerPoint is a must)
  • High level of integrity and commitment
  • Ability to work independently with limited supervision
     Ability to organize and conduct conference zoom meetings within or outside Tanzania.
TITLE: NHLS Project Coordinator (1 position)

REPORTS TO: Project Principal Investigator
LOCATION: Central Office Dar es Salaam (with frequent field travel up to 50%)
OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES
S/He will be responsible for providing technical leadership of Strengthening the Quality, Accessibility, and Sustainability (SQAS) of the National Health Laboratory Services (NHLS) project. S/He supervises and monitors the NHLS project technical staff in the implementation of approved work plans to strengthen laboratory systems and services of the laboratory network. S/He will provide technical support and guidance to NHLS project officers responsible for each program areas, counterparts from the MoHCDGEC and its departments/units, PORALG as well as other
Implementing Partners to ensure standardised project implementation and cross-fertilisation. S/He will ensure development of the NHLS project work plans and subsequent implementation are in accordance with the funding goal and objectives; to expand continuous quality improvement (CQI) in laboratory testing using both traditional sitting in and tele-mentoring modalities, enhance LIS to ensure availability of laboratory data for program and decision making at all levels, enhance laboratory biosafety and quality of laboratory testing and oversee quality TA on laboratory supply chain to support forecasting and quantification of laboratory commodities for HIV and TB services.
S/He will keep track of the project work plans implementation, reporting timeliness and project indicators, and oversee quality of reporting including individual activity reports to strengthen the project and THPS institutional memory. S/He will lead the project technical staff to develop and implement individual staff action plans that are in line with the approved work plan and budget for the project year. S/He will regularly prepare and report the technical progress of the project to the Project PI as required and assist the PI in preparation of project reports to the Funding agency, MOHCDGEC and Stakeholders. S/He will represent the project and THPS in laboratory services Stakeholders meetings and forums.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Oversee the implementation of the project technical activities to ensure that the work is technically and logistically sound, collaborative, timely, and is conducted in line with the donor-approved project work plan and budget.
  • Ensure that all project technical staff have developed and are implementing individual staff action plans that are in line with the donor-approved work plan and budget for the current year, and are clearly linked to the overall project performance monitoring plan.
  • Make recommendations to the PI on staffing and personnel employment, promotions, termination, layoffs, and other personnel activities in order to maintain an efficient and cost-effective program.
  • Demonstrates problem-solving, leadership, conflict management, and team building skills in order to ensure a productive work environment and achievement of goals.
  • Assist the Project Principal Investigator (PI) and M &E Advisor with the monitoring and reporting of the project’s technical progress against benchmarks to ensure that project deliverables are met in a timely manner.
  • Work with the Project PI to review the technical skill mix and staffing structure and make recommendations for any changes required to ensure the project has adequate staff to meet the project requirements.
  • Assist the PI to prepare and present quarterly project progress and technical reports to THPS Management, CDC/USG, MOH and other stakeholders as required.
  • Liaise with MoHCDGEC, PORALG and Implementing Partners counterparts in ensuring smooth implementation of project goals.
  • Perform other Project duties as needed.

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QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Basic degree in Medical laboratory sciences from a recognized university with specialization qualifications in any laboratory disciplines or public health.
  • Minimum experience of 7 years of experience of working at national level laboratories with a leadership/supervisory role.
  • Experience in leading multi-laboratory stakeholders, credible team building, and good interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent listening, analytical and communication skills and ability to work with multi-skilled teams
  • Extensive experience working with Microsoft Office
  • Fluent communications in English and Swahili
  • Registered with Medical Laboratory Practitioners Board.

TITLE: NHLS Monitoring & Evaluation Officer (1 position)
REPORTS TO: Project Principal Investigator and THPS Director of ME
LOCATION: Central Office Dar es Salaam (with frequent field travel up to 75%)
OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES:
To provide overall technical support in the planning, implementation and monitoring and evaluation project indicators for Strengthening the Quality, Accessibility, and Sustainability (SQAS) of the National Health Laboratory Services (NHLS) project implemented by THPS. Work with the project Principal Investigator, Project Coordinator and THPS Director of M&E to build the sustainable capacity of the National Health Laboratory System teams at national, zonal and regional lab levels in managing health information systems. This includes improving capacity in data management and use for program improvement.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Responsible for the overall coordination of NHLS project Monitoring and Evaluation activities
  • Develop project indicators and project management plans for effective monitoring of project performance.
  • Coordinate and monitor work plans implementation outputs and link with approved workplan indicators
  • Organize project data and reports for timely NHLS Project reports as required by the project PI
  • Provide technical support in the process of data quality assurance, data cleaning and summarization
  • Participate in the development of laboratory systems M&E tools and indicators
  • Provide inputs on project funding applications and renewals
  • Compile timely weekly, monthly and quarterly M&E activity reports
  • Liaise with NHLS Project Coordinator to coordinate support to the RHMTs and CHMTs on LIS Coordinate reporting of project reporting to PEPFAR, MOHCDGEC and Stakeholders
  • Perform other duty as required by the Supervisor

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in epidemiology, biostatistics, computer science, public health, international health, or a related discipline. A background in a medical-related field is an advantage
  • Advance degree in epidemiology, biostatistics, public health or related discipline will be an added advantage
  • Working for 4+ years of experience in the design, implementation, and management of health monitoring and evaluation systems. HIV/AIDS epidemiological experience preferred. Experience with primary collection of clinical data, design of forms and data collection instruments, and data analysis is an advantage
  • Extensive experience with Microsoft Access and Excel and one or more of the following statistical analysis packages (SAS, SPSS, STATA)
  • Leadership skills, team building and good interpersonal skills
  • Excellent communications skills in English and Swahili

POSITION TITLE: Adherence & Psychosocial Support (APSC) Field Officer
REPORTS TO: Regional Manager Pwani
LOCATION: Pwani Regional Office (with frequent field travel)
OVERALL JOB FUNCTION:
Establish and facilitate the implementation of adherence, psychosocial support and community linkages program (APSC) including to establish/strengthen facility – community partnership/linkage mechanism, build the capacity of R/CHMT to establish/strengthen and implement APSC program, build capacity of health care providers in enhancing adherence and retention to HIV care and treatment, establish/strengthen internal referral system between various service units within the health facilities and conduct supportive supervision and mentorship on APSC services in Pwani region. The job entails extensive travel up to 80% within all districts of Pwani region.
The incumbent will be a member of the Adult and Paediatric care and treatment, team and will provide day-to-day oversight of the following areas:
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
The incumbent will be a member of the Adherence and Psychosocial support and Community linkages and will provide a day-to-day oversight of the following areas:
Psychosocial support groups in PMTCT and CTC

  • Manage and roll out psychosocial support groups for HIV positive mothers enrolled in the PMTCT care at THPS supported health facilities.
  • Take leadership in coordinating psychosocial activities for paediatrics and adolescents living with HIV.
  • Facilitate close linkages, networks and referral mechanisms between the facilitybased PSGs and various community based support services including the PLHIV support groups
  • Work closely with the PMTCT team at regional level to ensure high quality services
  • Coordinate and link PSG members to other community support services:

Peer Education in both PMTCT and CTC

  • Assist in conducting selection, training and supportive supervision of Peer educators
  • Mentor peer educators and health care providers on how to provide health education in groups and one on one counselling.
  • Support the implementation of peer education program in PMTCT and Care and Treatment settings by ensuring PEs trace defaulters, mobilize ANC/PNC HIV infected women to join support groups and assist in conducting PSG meetings, providing testimonials and linking positive mothers into care and treatment services.
  • Follow up tracking of miss appointment and LTF clients and ensure all strategies to retain clients are implemented in Pwani supported sites.
  • Work with both DACC and CHAC to develop inventory for community-based support services within the Pwani region and Strengthen community mobilization activities and linkages with community based organizations
  • Work with District councils and the NGO responsible for the PE program to ensure establishment, registration and support is provided to the PE support groups

Clinical adherence support

  • Work with APSC TA to provide technical assistance to HCWs on care and treatment sites to implement protocols on adherence support for clients on antiretroviral care and treatment
  • Assist in the assessment of APSC specific standards of care (SOC) at the THPS supported health facilities.
  • Conduct supportive supervision and CMEs on clinical adherence support to HCWs as per THPS site support guidelines
  • Distribute to facilities the relevant job aids and materials related to adherence counselling and assessment
  • Maintain the relationship with RHMT and CHMT and Faith based organizations responsible for APSC services in the region.
  • Take part in the integration of other programs, PMTCT, Pediatric, PHDP, cervical cancer screening and TB/HIV units within APSC in the region through training and implementation.
  • To prepare monthly summary report and provide periodic progress reports and provide input for the preparation of the quarterly reports.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned

QUALIFICAIONS & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Diploma /Advanced Diploma / Degree in Nursing /Medicine / Social work
  • Certificate in National ART training and/or PMTCT care spectrum counseling
  • Work experience in HIV and AIDS care and treatment/PMTCT settings
  • Work experience/training in the National VCT/PITC counseling is an added advantage
  • Work experience with community-based PLHIV groups or PLHIV post-test groups is an added advantage
  • Familiarity with district-level health care systems in Tanzania is highly desired
  • Strong supervisory and management skills
  • Ability to work independently with strong problem-solving skills
  • Good verbal and written communication skills

How to apply:
Interested applicants should send their application cover letter one-page maximum and CV four pages maximum to (

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) by October 19th 2019 with a subject line for example: NHLS Project Coordinator. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Please do not attach any certificates when submitting online.
THPS is an equal opportunity employer; Women, People Living with HIV/AIDS and People with Disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Teaching Job Opportunities At Tusiime Schools


OVERVIEW

Tusiime Schools comprise Pre- Primary, Primary and Secondary Schools . The schools are owned by a private company “Tusiime Holdings (T) Limited”. It was officially founded in 1999 from private investors and parents’ initiatives. The Schools are located off Mandela road 5 km from the Segerea prison junction and 8km from the city centre. They are on an 8.5 acre piece of land at Plot No. 47 Tabata Industrial Area and Plot No. 827 Block H, Segerea Ward – Ilala District.

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The School is situated off Mandela road 5km from Segerea Prison Junction and 8km from city center, it’s on a 15 acre piece of land at Plot 47 Ky Tabata Segerea- Ilala District, Dar es Salaam. You can see the location on the map below:
The closing date for applications is 30 October 2019.

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New Job Vacancies at Aga Khan Health Service, Tanzania (AKHST)

Overview
The Aga Khan Health Service, Tanzania (AKHST) an institution of The Aga Khan Development Network, has completed a major expansion of the Aga Khan Hospital, Dar es Salaam. This expansion aims at enhancing the Hospital’s facilities, technology and capacity which will allow it to become the leading provider of high-quality medical care focusing on tertiary medicine, reversing the flow of medical tourism and enhancing its capacity to deliver high quality health sciences education.
The Hospital’s recent expansion focuses on expanding key clinical services including the de­velopment of comprehensive cardiology, oncology and neurosciences programmes as well as the expansion of orthopedics and trauma, diagnostic imaging, pathology, critical care, and women and child health.

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The Hospital is ISO 9001 certified and Joint Commission International Accredited which is a testimony to the provision of the highest level of quality and patient safety that compares with the best hospitals in the world. The Hospital is also a teaching site for The Aga Khan Universi­ty, which offers postgraduate medical education programs leading to Master’s of Medicine in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine and Surgery. The Aga Khan Hospital is also an accredited internship site and accepts 60 interns annually.
The Hospital has also established 23 outreach health facilities that are located across 11 regions of Tanzania and are connected via an integrated health systems that supports a strong contin­uum of care from primary to tertiary medicine.

We are seeking for enthusiastic and qualified experienced personnel for the following po­sitions:

POSITION: HEAD OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AKHST & AKHS EAST AFRICA (1 POSITION)
POSITION SUMMARY

The Head of Business Development AKHST & AKHS EA is responsible for leading Strategic and Operational Marketing, building local and international Partnerships, developing beneficial Customer Relationships aimed at strengthening the existing market gains and expanding new opportunities.

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QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • MBA
  • 10+ years’ experience in analyzing new business opportunities
  • A minimum of five (5) years direct experience in health marketing/business development in senior leadership role
  • Developing and evaluating strategies: Identifying and framing issues, developing hypotheses, conducting market intelligence and analyses to test key hypotheses, developing execution plans
  • Communicating with external review organizations or comparable entities, healthcare business development or marketing experience and working effectively with people of diverse backgrounds required
  • Strong conceptual problem solving skill and analytical skills
  • Superior communication skills and IT fluency
  • Excellent negotiation and leadership skills, proven track record of successfully pitching for new business
  • Knowledge of key internal and external healthcare environments.
  • Proven ability to develop and implement a comprehensive business development plan.
  • Ability to demonstrate superior customer service skills to external and internal customers.
  • Skilled in organizing and prioritizing workloads


POSITION: SENIOR MANAGER MWANZA MEDICAL CENTER AND CLUSTER OPERATIONS (1 POSITION)
POSITION SUMMARY

The Senior Manager assumes leadership and accountability of the overall strategic and operational planning and management of the Mwanza Cluster – Medical center and OHCs. These mandates will be carried out within the overall strategic direction of Aga Khan Health Services, East Africa (AKHS-EA), under the guidance of the Department of Health (Geneva) of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) and the Board of Directors of AKHS.T and in accordance with the AKDN’s East Africa Integrated Health Strategy framework.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Masters Degree in Health Care or Hospital Administration or in Business Administration OR any field of Allied Health
  • A degree in any clinical discipline will be an added advantage
  • 5 to 7 years of executive-level experience in Health Care Administration in a Hospital or International Health Organization environment.
  • Extensive knowledge of current health care administration, principles and practices.
  • Extensive knowledge of management principles, practices and procedures including accounting & finance, purchasing, people management, facilities, human resource and related supporting services within Hospital areas.
  • Ability to analyze operational data and employ approved management techniques to obtain maximum effectiveness and efficiency.
  • Ability to interpret established policies into operating procedures to facilitate implementation of hospital programs.
  • Special interest in and knowledge of the areas of maternal, neonatal and child health, and district health systems and population health would be an advantage.
  • Excellent people management, interpersonal, leadership and delegation skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Excellent project management, presentation and organizational skills.
PLEASE NOTE: ONLY SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED FOR INTERVIEWS.

APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY TO: email protected
WITH THE SUBJECT LINE OF THE POSITION OR HAND DELIVERED TO:

HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT,
P. O. BOX 2289,
OCEAN ROAD,
DAR ES SALAAM.
CLOSING DATE
FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS IS END OF BUSINESS DAY ON 22ND OCTOBER, 2019.

2019 World Bank Winter Internship Program

DEADLINE: October 31, 2019
ADD TO CALENDAR: Google Calendar
REGION: United States

The World Bank Winter Internship Program is now accepting applications.

The World Bank (WB) Internship Program offers highly motivated individuals an opportunity to be exposed to the mission and work of the WB in international development. The internship allows individuals to bring new perspectives, innovative ideas and latest research experience into the WB’s work and improve their skills while working in a diverse environment. An internship at the WB is an opportunity to learn while gaining practical experience. Interns generally find the experience to be rewarding and interesting. In addition, it is a way to enhance their CVs with practical work experience.

The WB Internship Program typically seeks candidates for: Operations (Front Line) in the following fields: economics, finance, human development (public health, education, nutrition, population), social sciences (anthropology, sociology), agriculture, environment, engineering, urban planning, natural resources management, private sector development, and other related fields; or Corporate support (Accounting, Communications, Human Resources Management, Information Technology, Treasury, and other corporate services).

The WB Internship is offered twice a year:

  • Summer Internship (May–September): The application period is December 1–January 31 each year.
  • Winter Internship (November–March): The application period is October 1-31 each year.
  • All applications must be submitted online and during the respective application period. (They do not accept applications by email.)

Location: United States

Benefits

  • The WB pays an hourly salary to all Interns and, where applicable, provides an allowance toward travel expenses up to USD 3,000 at the discretion of the manager.
  • These travel expenses can only include transport expenses (airfare) to or from the duty station city.
  • Interns are responsible for their own accommodations.
  • Driven by business needs, most Intern positions are based in Washington, DC with a few others in the WB country offices.
  • Usually, internship opportunities are for a minimum of four weeks.

Eligibilities

  • To be eligible for an Internship, candidates must have an undergraduate degree and be enrolled in a full-time graduate study program (pursuing a master’s degree or PhD with plans to return to school full-time). There is no age limit.
  • Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of languages such as: French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Portuguese, and Chinese is desirable. Other skills such as computing skills are advantageous.
  • We value diversity in our workplace, and encourage all qualified individuals, particularly women, with diverse professional and academic backgrounds to apply. Our aim is to attract and recruit the best talent in the world.

Eligible Regions: Open For All

APPLICATION PROCESS

  • Apply online through the Apply Now link.
  • Application Deadline: October 31, 2019

APPLY NOWOFFICIAL LINK

Peace and Social Change Fellowship 2020 for Women Grassroots Activists in Africa (Funded to Nairobi, Kenya)

Deadline: October 23, 2019

Applications are open for the Peace and Social Change Fellowship Program 2020, hosted by the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) Program at Columbia University, Earth Institute.
The Peace and Social Change Fellowship Program is designed to bring together activists, practitioners and academics to learn from and with each other, strengthen relationships, and exchange ideas with other grassroots women change makers from across diverse contexts and geographies. This 2020 call for applications is open to African grassroots activists working broadly on the issue of peace and security. This includes less commonly recognized aspects of peace and security, such as gender-based violence, land rights, economic equity, sexual and reproductive rights, and climate change, among other topics.

The fellowship will begin with a three-day Peace and Social Change workshop that will take place in Nairobi, Kenya in January 2020. Fellows will be invited to bring two to three representatives from their organizations with them to the workshop in order to increase cross-learning within their respective organizations/movements. After the January workshop, the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) program staff will facilitate six months of ongoing communication among the fellowship cohort via webinars and email.

They will also connect fellows with graduate student researchers from Columbia University and The Graduate Center of The City University of New York (CUNY). This team of graduate student researchers will help increase the visibility of fellows’ work and organizations through interdisciplinary research projects based on fellows’ feedback and reported needs. At the end of the fellowship period, fellows, WPS staff and graduate student researchers will meet for a second gathering in Nairobi, Kenya to discuss and present their collaborative work.

Benefits
All participants will have costs related to travel, lodging, and meals throughout the Nairobi workshop covered.

Eligibility
The fellowship is designed for women grassroots activists who:

  • Currently work on behalf of an African-based, grassroots-level organization or movement in the area of social justice and social change such as, but not limited to, gender based violence, land rights, climate change, maternal health, etc.
  • Currently reside in Africa
  • Have a history of movement-building or change-making in their community
  • Have some aspect of their work related to the theme of peace and security
  • Are available to travel to Nairobi, Kenya in January 2020 and July 2020 for two three-day workshops
  • Are interested in collaborating with graduate students from the United States to generate research for movement support
  • Are 18 years of age or older
  • Are proficient in English
  • All levels of experience are invited to apply

Application

Nafasi za kazi Rafiki SDO, Project Manager

Project Manager  

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 Manager (1 Post)

Reports to: Executive Director

Duration: One year / Renewable

Location: Mara (Musoma Municipal council)

OVERVIEW

The Project Manager will oversee the implementation of the project activities. In the implementation of Waache Wasome project Manager will provide oversight to all project intervention including livelihood, improvement for mothers caregivers of Adolescents ( LIMCA) ,parenting and POY (Protect our youth ) activities, and School Related Gender Based Violence (Lunch & Learn).

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

Project Implementation 

  • Work in close collaboration with Local Government Authorities (LGAs), Lower Level Government (LLG) and Community Volunteers (EEVs, Patrons/Matrons) to support adolescent girls, Young Women’s and their families.
  • Work with communities, WEO’s, CDO’s and village level leaders to mobilize Village Savings and Lending Associations (VSLAs).
  • Work with communities and district council to identify adolescent girls and young mothers who have dropped out of secondary school for various reasons and provide them alternative education pathways.
  • Work with public secondary school administration to establish and support Protect our Youth (POY) clubs to build the knowledge, agency and protective assets of adolescent girls.
  • Work with public secondary school administration to strengthen Subject Clubs placing emphasis on Science and Mathematics to improve academic performance
  • Work in close collaboration with LGAs staff and school administration to orient secondary school teachers in School-Related Gender-Based Violence (SRGBV) to be able to prevent and respond to SRGBV.
  • Work in close collaboration with LGAs, Institute of Adult Education at district level and approved district/ward level vocational training centers (VTC) to provide alternative education pathways to adolescent girls and young women who have dropped out of secondary school for various reasons.
  • Leverage and mobilize community resources to complement resources from Waache Wasome.
  • Meet rigorous monitoring and evaluation requirements that support national data management systems.

Project and Financial Management

  • Work closely with the Executive Director to lead and direct technical and administrative project team.
  • Allocate appropriate resources to ensure projects are completed within given time and budget
  • Execute and monitor project activities.
  • Manage changes to scope, cost and schedule of project work.  Coordinate priorities and resources of the projects activities
  • Prepare and update project plans and status reports.
  • Coordinate cross-functional meetings of personnel related to project.
  • Facilitate sessions to effectively resolve issues if any

Monitoring and Evaluation

  • Liase with M&E officer to ensure data quality assurance
  • Report status, develop project-related documentation and implement lessons learned.
  • Participate in project performance review meetings and discussions.
  • Review compiled monthly and quarterly report  from project staff and submit to Executive
  • Performance other duties as assigned by supervisor
  • Work with the M&E officer to review the progress of indicators and make appropriate decisions

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

  • The Project Manager should be at least a bachelor degree holder. She/he should hold a bachelor degree in Education, social sciences, community development, development studies or other related fields from reputable institutions.
  • A minimum of 3 years’ experience and sound knowledge of working with Adolescent girls and young women and project management.
  • Experience of working with adolescents in primary and or secondary schools and out of school adolescent girls
  • Experience in Gender-Based Violence (GBV) or school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV);
  • Good team player with a capability to work with people in such a manner as to build high morale and group commitment to objectives.
  • Ability to travel and work under pressure
  • Excellent communication skills including ability to clearly document and present information through oral and written means.
  • Experience in working with communities to mobilize Livelihood Improvement for Mothers Caregivers of Adolescents (LIMCA); and
  • A good reputation with LGAs.  High degree of flexibility and adaptability

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)

Nafasi za Rafiki SDO, Project Manager

Project Manager  

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 Manager (1 Post)

Reports to: Executive Director

Duration: One year / Renewable

Location: Mara (Musoma Municipal council)

OVERVIEW

The Project Manager will oversee the implementation of the project activities. In the implementation of Waache Wasome project Manager will provide oversight to all project intervention including livelihood, improvement for mothers caregivers of Adolescents ( LIMCA) ,parenting and POY (Protect our youth ) activities, and School Related Gender Based Violence (Lunch & Learn).

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

Project Implementation 

  • Work in close collaboration with Local Government Authorities (LGAs), Lower Level Government (LLG) and Community Volunteers (EEVs, Patrons/Matrons) to support adolescent girls, Young Women’s and their families.
  • Work with communities, WEO’s, CDO’s and village level leaders to mobilize Village Savings and Lending Associations (VSLAs).
  • Work with communities and district council to identify adolescent girls and young mothers who have dropped out of secondary school for various reasons and provide them alternative education pathways.
  • Work with public secondary school administration to establish and support Protect our Youth (POY) clubs to build the knowledge, agency and protective assets of adolescent girls.
  • Work with public secondary school administration to strengthen Subject Clubs placing emphasis on Science and Mathematics to improve academic performance
  • Work in close collaboration with LGAs staff and school administration to orient secondary school teachers in School-Related Gender-Based Violence (SRGBV) to be able to prevent and respond to SRGBV.
  • Work in close collaboration with LGAs, Institute of Adult Education at district level and approved district/ward level vocational training centers (VTC) to provide alternative education pathways to adolescent girls and young women who have dropped out of secondary school for various reasons.
  • Leverage and mobilize community resources to complement resources from Waache Wasome.
  • Meet rigorous monitoring and evaluation requirements that support national data management systems.

Project and Financial Management

  • Work closely with the Executive Director to lead and direct technical and administrative project team.
  • Allocate appropriate resources to ensure projects are completed within given time and budget
  • Execute and monitor project activities.
  • Manage changes to scope, cost and schedule of project work.  Coordinate priorities and resources of the projects activities
  • Prepare and update project plans and status reports.
  • Coordinate cross-functional meetings of personnel related to project.
  • Facilitate sessions to effectively resolve issues if any

Monitoring and Evaluation

  • Liase with M&E officer to ensure data quality assurance
  • Report status, develop project-related documentation and implement lessons learned.
  • Participate in project performance review meetings and discussions.
  • Review compiled monthly and quarterly report  from project staff and submit to Executive
  • Performance other duties as assigned by supervisor
  • Work with the M&E officer to review the progress of indicators and make appropriate decisions

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

  • The Project Manager should be at least a bachelor degree holder. She/he should hold a bachelor degree in Education, social sciences, community development, development studies or other related fields from reputable institutions.
  • A minimum of 3 years’ experience and sound knowledge of working with Adolescent girls and young women and project management.
  • Experience of working with adolescents in primary and or secondary schools and out of school adolescent girls
  • Experience in Gender-Based Violence (GBV) or school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV);
  • Good team player with a capability to work with people in such a manner as to build high morale and group commitment to objectives.
  • Ability to travel and work under pressure
  • Excellent communication skills including ability to clearly document and present information through oral and written means.
  • Experience in working with communities to mobilize Livelihood Improvement for Mothers Caregivers of Adolescents (LIMCA); and
  • A good reputation with LGAs.  High degree of flexibility and adaptability

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)

Nafasi za kazi World Vegetable Center, Research Assistant

Position: Research Assistant – Traditional Vegetables Genebank

Overview
The World Vegetable Center (WorldVeg) is a non-profit, autonomous international agricultural research center with headquarters in Taiwan and five regional offices around the globe.  WorldVeg conducts research and development programs that contribute to realizing the potential of vegetables for healthier lives and more resilient livelihoods.  For more information please visit our website: worldveg.org.

WorldVeg develops technologies, knowledge products and solutions for vegetable production, storage, and processing as outputs of its research and development efforts.  To ensure their effective adoption, the Center develops capacity within national agricultural research and extension services, non-governmental and community-based organizations, farming communities, etc.  Based on a new 8-year operational plan spanning 2017-2025, WorldVeg is in the process of expanding vegetable R&D interventions in Sub-Saharan Africa to increase vegetable production, household income and consumption.  Vegetable biodiversity is a key factor for breeding new varieties and diversifying production systems.  Traditional African vegetables, with their high nutrient content and suitability for smallholder farmers, play a key role in improving diets and income in the region.

WorldVeg’s Regional Office for Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA) holds a unique germplasm collection of African traditional vegetables and uses this material to develop new vegetable varieties for the benefit of smallholder farmers and consumers in the region.  The incumbent will be based at the WorldVeg Regional Office for Eastern and Southern Africa located in Arusha, Tanzania, and report to the Scientist – Traditional Vegetables Conservation and Utilization with oversight responsibilities by the Regional Director of WorldVeg ESA.


The Job: 
The Research Assistant – Traditional Vegetables Genebank will have the following key responsibilities:

  • Conduct seed inventory and monitor seed health and viability in the genebank;
  • Develop experimental plans, supervise field activities for regeneration and characterization of genebank accessions and analyze the collected data;
  • Update, compile and periodically submit germplasm data to databases;
  • Assist with handling seed requests and germplasm distribution to requesters in and outside the Center;
  • Contribute to project activities involving traditional African vegetables and field surveysCollaborate with breeders, genebank scientists, nutrition specialist, molecular breeders, and other scientists to characterize African traditional vegetable accessions and identify suitable lines for variety development;
  • Perform agronomical and physiological analyses in field trials;
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor.


Position requirements:

  • A Master’s degree in Agronomy, Plant Genetic Resources, Plant breeding, Horticulture or in a related field.
  • Minimum one year of experience in germplasm management, including conservation, characterization or evaluation.
  • Experience in conducting field experiments.
  • Knowledge of seed quality management, seed conservation (medium and long-term) is essential.
  • Basic knowledge of plant physiology and reproductive systems.
  • Familiarity with the legal situation of germplasm movement, especially with regard to the Tanzanian legislative framework for seed import and export.
  • Excellent computational skills in database, statistical analysis and customized software applications used in genebanks is an advantage.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • High motivation to develop new skills.

The Reward:
This is a Nationally Recruited Staff position with competitive pay and benefits.  The position is only open to Tanzanian nationals or candidates with legal permission to work in Tanzania.  The initial appointment is for one year and may be extended depending on the requirement, funding availability, and performance of the incumbent.  The position is available with immediate effect.

How to Apply:
Applicants are invited to submit a letter of application explaining their suitability for and interest in the position along with a detailed curriculum vitae, a recent passport size photograph, names and addresses (including telephone/fax/e-mail) of three referees, and date of availability. Please send applications stating the job title “Research Assistant – Traditional vegetables Genebank” by e-mail to info-esa@worldveg.org by the closing date on 15 October 2019.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

7 Employment Vacancies at Geita Gold Mining Ltd (GGML)


Overview:
Geita Gold Mining Ltd (GGML) is Tanzania’s leading gold producer with a single operation in Geita Region. The company is a subsidiary of AngloGold Ashanti, an international gold producer headquartered in South Africa, with operations in more than ten countries, in four continents. The mine is situated in the Lake Victoria Gold fields of North Western Tanzania, only about 85 km’s from Mwanza City and 20 km’s South East of the nearest point of Lake Victoria. The company has its head office in Geita, only 5 Km’s west of the fast growing town of Geita, and also a supporting office in Dar es Salaam.

Geita Gold Mining Ltd (GGML) is committed to promoting skills and development of its employees through on job training and career opportunities both on site and within AngloGold Ashanti. This facilitates knowledge transfer between employees which in a long run enables the company to have a dedicated talent pool for a variety of positions in its key functions.
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Applications are invited from ambitious, energetic and performance driven individuals to fill in vacant position(s) mentioned below:

Position: Service Crews
Job Number: GGM-2019-NUG-01
Number of Positions: 07
Supervisor – Underground Mining
Qualifications:
A minimum of Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE)
Valid Tanzanian Driving License and able to drive in Mining environment.
Experience: A minimum of 02 years in underground mining
Purpose of the Role: Required to carry out the installation, removal and repair of mine services, logistical work-related activities

Main or Key Accountabilities

  • Extend ventilation services to areas where needed, which includes hanging ventilation bags and moving/installing secondary fans;
  • Extend water and air services to areas where needed;
  • Move and install pumps to areas where needed;
  • Maintain and repair services and equipment such as vent bags, poly pipe and valves;
  • Assist with all operations including offside operators as required
  • Work closely with the Mining Supervisors to ensure service machines are delivered to the workshop and at the correct times.
  • Take a pro-active approach to performance improvement by monitoring of machines statuses & determining improved methods for working for continuous improvement.
  • Promptly report and communicate equipment breakdowns
  • Assemble cable bolts, install and grout cable bolts.
  • Be proactive in all aspects of operational safety and work as team member within the mining department.
  • Any other duty assigned by the Underground Mining Specialist. Additional Requirements:
  • Must have Good written and oral communication skills in English language and Swahili
  • Previous experience with operating Underground or Open Pit equipment.
  • Able to show initiative and co-ordination skills and be able to interact within all Mining Personnel and Maintenance sections.
  • Be physically fit and be able to pass pre-employment and medical examinations.
  • Be able to work at minimum supervision.
  • Highly motivated and willing to attend work on call out duties when required.
  • Good team worker
  • Solid history of reliability and good work ethic;
  • A proactive attitude toward safety and hazard identification

Mode of Application:
Application cover letter (Subject should be: Service Crew and/or quote the job number), detailed CV, copies of relevant certificates, e- mail and telephone contacts, names and addresses of three referees, to be forwarded to below address.

You will be required to bring original certificates if you are contacted for interviews. Contact Address:
Senior Manager Human Resources,
Geita Gold Mining Ltd,
P.O.Box 532,
Geita.

Email: jobs.geita@AngloGoldAshanti.com
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NB: Internal applicants may submit applications to departmental HR Officer.
All internal applications must be endorsed by the applicant’s head of department.

Application Deadline: Application letters should reach the above on or before 15th October, 2019.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.

BEWARE OF CONMEN! GGML does not receive money in exchange for a job position. Should you be asked for money in exchange for a job offer or suspect such activity, please report this immediately to our Security Department, Investigation Unit, by calling +255 28 216 01 40 Ext 1559 (rates apply) or use our whistle-blowing channels by sending an SMS to +27 73 573 8075 (SMS rates apply) or emailing 24cthonesty@ethics-line.com or use the internet at www.tip-offs.com

Job Opportunity at Mtibwa Sugar Estates, Security Supervisor

Security Supervisor

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: To command and control guards and guard posts for effective provision of security services at Mtibwa Sugar Estates.

DEPARTMENT & LOCATION: Risk Management – Mtibwa Estates Limited

GRADE: Supervisor.

REPORTS TO: Security Field Officer.

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITY:

  • The Supervisor is the interface between Security Management and guards, ensuring operational tasks and deployments are correctly implemented.
  • Safeguarding of life and property
  • Reduction of Mtibwa Sugar Estates Limited exposure to loss
  • Management of guards and guard posts
  • Ensuring effective response to incidents
  • Ensure effective deployment of guard shifts
  • Identify and effect speedy replacement of shortages
  • Application of operational procedures in accordance with the Operations Manual
  • Liaise with Security Management to ensure effective deployment
  • React to customer complaints and incident reports
  • Maintain efficient and timely reporting
  • Maintain discipline and morale
  • Relay information, intelligence and guards’ concerns to Security Field Officer

ROLE & CONTEXT:

  • Liaise with Security Field Officers to co-ordinate effective manning of all Mtibwa Sugar Estates Limited locations.
  • Attend weekly operations meeting
  • Maintain operational procedures in accordance with operations manual
  • Manage internal and external threats by managing security situations and directing resources as appropriate
  • Write incident reports and complaint forms in accordance with operation manual
  • Deal with Management complaints in a timely and courteous manner
  • Provide observations and recommendations to Field Officers
  • Ensure reports, OBs and returns are accurate and timely
  • Supervisor Shift Summary
  • Guard Check List and roster returns
  • Fault Correction Forms
  • Ensure that all incidents during the shift are reported and incident reports raised
  • Visit posts in designated zones at least twice per 12 hour shifts
  • Carry out site security surveys as required
  • Maintain discipline in accordance with Company core values and disciplinary code
  • Ensure personnel are briefed and equipped for forthcoming shift
  • Ensure all posts are properly manned and deal with shortages
  • Ensure uniform and equipment requirements are sufficient for operational delivery
  • Ensure guards understand and are familiar with their post orders
  • Assist Field Officers in nominating awards for good work
  • Follow up cases with the Security investigator
Address to: Human Resources Manager Mtibwa Sugar Estates Ltd.states Ltd. P.O.Box 42 .O.Box 42 Mtibwa. Mtibwa.
Email address: mse@mtibwa-sugar.co.tz or gmugeta@mtibwa-sugar.co.tz

Job Opportunity at Mtibwa Sugar Estates Limited, Security Investigator

Security Investigator

Description
Job level: Supervisor

Reporting to: Security Manager

Qualification:

  • Calm and Matured (Preferably a retired JWTZ Officer or Police officer)
  • Experience in Military Operations and Investigation
  • Proven high level of integrity and confidentiality
  • Interactive and communicative
  • Energetic and self-motivated
  • Computer literacy and report writing skills (Word, Excel, PP etc)

Responsibility

1. Receive report of Security incidents from Security Supervisors and from Security desk

2. Conduct investigation of all Security incidents involving other parties as specified in the Incident investigation Procedure

3. Discuss and submit investigation report to Security Manager and Legal Officer

4. Report and handle all Police cases related to Security

5. Represent the company in all cases at the primary court

6. Prepare incident follow up report and submit to Security Manager on monthly basis

Do any other tasks as assigned by immediate supervisor.

Deadline 20th October, 2019 at 00:00 a.m

Address to: Human Resources Manager Mtibwa Sugar Estates Ltd.states Ltd. P.O.Box 42 .O.Box 42 Mtibwa. Mtibwa.

Email address: mse@mtibwa-sugar.co.tz or gmugeta@mtibwa-sugar.co.tz