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Jobs in Tanzania 2023: New Job Vacancies at Mercy Corps 2023


Mercy Corps Tanzania Jobs, 2023

About Mercy Corps
Since 1979, we have helped people grappling
with the toughest hardships survive – and then thrive. That’s the heart
of our approach: We help communities turn crisis into opportunity.
Throughout our history, Mercy Corps has demonstrated innovation,
timeliness and the ability to adapt quickly to changing realities.

Programme / Department
by the UK Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF), the anticipated
Building Resilience against Violent Extremism programme in the
Tanzania-Mozambique borderlands, will work with communities, national
and sub-national government representatives and international partners
to counter violence extremism.
The Programme will:

  • Strengthen understanding of drivers and dynamics of violent extremism in the region;
  • Strengthen community resilience against violent extremist influence and narratives;
  • Promote dialogue within communities and between public authorities and citizens in order to increase trust and reduce tensions;
  • Work with security and justice actors on community-centred and human rights compliant approaches; and
  • Support mechanisms for conflict management and improved coordination with international partners.


Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager
Position Description

Location: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Position Status Full-time, Regular
Salary Level: 6
General Position Summary

Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Manager is responsible for
leading the overall integration of monitoring, evaluation & learning
for the program. S/he is responsible for facilitating a participatory
process in order to develop Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning
strategies and frameworks tailored to the program.

Manager shall work closely with the program’s Research and Learning
team, ensuring that the program has a robust system in place to measure
program results, has a rigorous monitoring system that is regularly
collecting performance data, that partners have the skills to collect
and report relevant data, and that monitoring and evaluation data is
being used to inform research priorities and programmatic

Essential Job Responsibilities

  • Contribute to program-level M&E planning and system development at program start-up.
  • Facilitate indicator planning, design and negotiation with CSSF on the M&E system development.
  • Work
    with the programme team to define program indicators and targets for
    all programme years, based on CSSF guidance of standard required and
    applicable indicators; where applicable and desirable, include Mercy
    Corps Alpha Indicators or other innovative indicators to measure program
  • Lead the program in the design of the detailed M&E
    plan, including design of data collection tools and methodologies,
    M&E workflow, data flow, data integrity, data quality assurance,
    database design and protocols, secondary research to inform baseline
    assessments and measurement frameworks, and ensuring alignment with
    Mercy Corps and Industry standards.
  • Coordinate assessments,
    evaluations and monitoring surveys in areas of operation. This will
    entail development of Scopes of Work, development of survey tools,
    trainings and management of data collectors, report write and
    facilitating results discussion.
  • Champion the inclusion of
    qualitative data collection and analysis for both direct and
    supplemental measurements of program performance. Train teams in
    appropriate methods for focus group discussion and key informant
    interviews and lead field-based qualitative data collection as needed.
  • Work
    with partners to develop individualized M&E plans that feed into
    the program’s overarching M&E plan, and train and coach partners on
    data collection, reporting and using M&E tools.


  • Build
    a collaborative network of relationships with implementing partners and
    other stakeholders to encourage learning networks that promote shared
    learning, aligned approaches, and mutual accountability to quality data
    collection and programming.
  • Contribute to the development and
    implementation of knowledge management to further stimulate use of
    evidence for learning, strategic adaptive management, and high-impact
  • Work closely with the program’s research partners
    to define and execute a research strategy, and ensure that M&E data
    is available to feed into research activities.
  • Contribute to program visibility and advocacy work by assisting in dissemination of program results and learning information.
  • Coordinate
    closely with implementing partners to ensure our activities and data
    are shared and synced up together and tell one cohesive story.
  • Connect
    best practices and learning from within the program and across Mercy
    Corps countries to ensure an evolving and effective learning system for
    improving program implementation.
  • Work with country program team
    to capture lessons learned during program implementation, and feed this
    information into thought leadership and research opportunities and into
    ongoing program management and program design.
  • Collect and compile impact stories and evidence from the program on a regular basis.
  • In
    coordination with program team, drive the capacity building of program
    staff on design and M&E concepts through trainings and new hire
    orientation, including designing and delivering formal trainings. Design
    comprehensive orientation for all new staff.


  • Serve
    as technical advisor for technology for data management systems and
    real-time data flow, utilizing appropriate software platforms for cloud
    aggregation, data processing and manipulation, and data visualization
    and utilization. This includes learning and testing new software
    platforms, as well as working with tech partners to develop both project
    and country level information management systems.
  • Assist teams
    in setting up appropriate summary statistics and relational calculations
    in program databases and link them to tracking dashboards. Help develop
    the appropriate workflow.
  • Understand, maintain and innovate the
    technical components (including hardware, software, database, etc.) of
    the MEL information and data management system that improves MC’s
    ability to implement quality programs through better collection,
    management, analysis and presentation of data, and represent impact to
    donor, government bodies, peer organizations and communities using
    standard technologies.

Manage M&E staff within the field offices.

part of our commitment to organizational learning and in support of our
understanding that learning organizations are more effective, efficient
and relevant to the communities they serve, we expect all team members
to commit 5% of their time to learning activities that benefit mercy
corps as well as themselves.

Corps team members are expected to support all efforts toward
accountability, specifically to our beneficiaries and to international
standards guiding international relief and development work, while
actively engaging beneficiary communities as equal partners in the
design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects.

Supervisory Responsibility
Program M&E team
Accountability Reports Directly To: Team Lead
Works Directly With: Team Lead, Deputy Team Lead, Research Team, Policy Team, Program Team, Implementing Partners.



Knowledge and Experience

  • MA/S
    or equivalent experience in international development, economics,
    statistics, peace and conflict studies, or other relevant subject with
    strong quantitative background, and at least four years of experience in
    progressively increasing M&E responsibility in international
    development projects. The candidate must have experience in leading the
    M&E of a large project. Previous experience working on Conflict or
    Peacebuilding program is an added advantage.
  • Strong conceptual
    knowledge about theories of change, logic model, peace and security
    indicators, M&E plan, data quality assurance, data utilization, and
    gender integration into M&E.
  • Demonstrated experience and expertise in developing and operationalizing a comprehensive monitoring and evaluation plan.
  • Demonstrated
    expertise and experience in developing and operationalizing routine
    monitoring system designed to track both output and outcome indicators.
  • Strong
    quantitative background and demonstrated expertise in designing annual
    monitoring surveys including probabilistic sampling strategy and
    estimating sample size, developing appropriate weights, and analyze
    quantitative data.
  • Demonstrated expertise in designing
    qualitative studies, in-depth knowledge about qualitative sampling, and
    experienced in using interview and interactive tools to generate
    qualitative information and analysis.
  • Experience in developing data quality assurance strategies, data management, and data visualization.
  • Demonstrated
    expertise and experience in data utilization strategies and can
    creatively think about active data sharing techniques.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English and other language(s), as required.
  • Portuguese language skills – oral and written of added value

Success Factors
successful candidate will have a meticulous eye for data rigor, a
commitment to program learning and adaptation, and a curiosity to drive
for deeper understanding of the dynamics driving VE recruitment in East
Africa. S/he will be a team player and able to work comfortably in a
matrix management structure, where flexibility and collaboration across
partners will be essential. The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated
ability to think critically across sectors and to understand how
complex systems work to drive vulnerabilities. S/he will have strong
written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to distill
complex ideas into tangible and understandable data points and
narratives to effectively tell the story of program impact. Above all,
the ideal candidate will demonstrate an exceptional commitment to
programmatic excellence, thrive in a team setting and have a good sense
of humor to contribute to a dynamic working environment.

Gender, Equality And Social Inclusion Advisor
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Position Status Full-time, Regular
Salary Level: 6
This Programme will most likely begin in early 2023 and will be implemented for up to three years.
General Position Summary
Gender, Equality and Social Inclusion Advisor will provide technical
support and direction in programme design, implementation, quality
assurance and strategy development. The Advisor will support the
programme to integrate gender and inclusion outcomes, best practices and
gender-sensitive approaches across a variety of interventions. The
Advisor will design and implement a strategy to ensure the programme
appropriately addresses the varied needs of women, men, girls, and boys,
and that programme staff are sensitive to gender, age, religion,
ability, and other social markers. The Advisor will ensure that the
programme improves the meaningful inclusion of marginalised groups into
formal and informal mechanisms to be more resilient to preventing
violent extremism and that GESI evidence informs policy and planning.
S/he/they will work closely with the Team Lead, Deputy Team Lead, MEL,
Research & Learning team members to fulfil the gender, youth and
social inclusion goals of the programme.

Essential Job Responsibilities

  • Support
    the technical design for a gender and social inclusion analysis, manage
    data collection, lead participatory data analysis and co-create
    recommendations with the programme team based on findings. Work closely
    with the programme team to integrate the findings from the gender and
    social inclusion analysis into the project’s workplan and milestones.
  • Lead
    participatory processes to develop Gender, Equality and Social
    Inclusion programme strategy to guide gender, equality and social
    inclusion integration and priorities across the life of the programme,
    based on the formative research.
  • Support the programme team,
    including partners, on gender, equality and social inclusion integration
    including conducting capacity building and training.
  • Conduct regular community consultations to ensure programming remains gender, age, and socially sensitive and on track.
  • Represent
    the programme’s gender and social inclusion strategy, analysis, and
    research with external stakeholders including at workshops, conferences
    and annual learning events.
  • Work with programme teams to ensure a
    do no harm approach to gender-focused and inclusive programming is
    implemented and that appropriate protections are in place for
  • Coach new and ongoing programme staff on gender and social inclusion engagement best practices
  • Conduct
    frequent supervisory visits to the programme locations to monitor
    project implementation and ensure project quality and support staff to
    reflect and iterate based on ongoing feedback.


  • Coach
    program staff to better design, implement and monitor programs in a
    manner that meets each sector’s best practices and industry standards in
  • Ensure the effective design and integration of
    gender-sensitive monitoring and evaluation systems (including SADD) and
    protection monitoring methodologies into all stages of the project; that
    output and impact data are captured, and data is used to optimize
    program quality.
  • Assist teams in using vulnerability frameworks
    and targeting that enable inclusiveness and help teams to identify
    individuals and households with specific needs.


  • Develop
    and maintain effective working relationships with all stakeholders
    working in GESI in the Kenya country team to enhance cooperation and
  • Attend relevant GESI coordination meetings and/or
    represent Mercy Corps in other relevant forums and ensure that
    information is shared internally and with other sectors, as appropriate;
    contribute to thought leadership in this area of expertise.
  • Identify and nurture strategic GESI partnerships with other organisations/institutions in the country.
  • Liaise with MC’s Regional GESI Advisor on agency wide gender policies and cross-learning.


  • Support management to ensure that the Mercy Corps Gender Minimum Standards are implemented.
  • Ensure the team complies with CSSF GESI Requirements.
  • Ensure
    activities promote gender equality, conflict sensitivity, and
    environmental awareness by applying Do No Harm and Mercy Corps’ Gender
    Equality policy.
  • Participate in internal office coordination and planning meetings and workshops.
  • Participate in relevant coordination meetings and working groups.
  • Conduct
    himself/herself both professionally and personally in such a manner as
    to bring credit to Mercy Corps and not to jeopardise its humanitarian
  • Ensure compliance with security procedures and policies as determined by country leadership.
  • Proactively ensure that team members operate in a secure environment and are aware of policies.
  • Other assigned tasks, as necessary.

part of our commitment to organizational learning and in support of our
understanding that learning organizations are more effective, efficient
and relevant to the communities they serve, we expect all team members
to commit 5% of their time to learning activities that benefit Mercy
Corps as well as themselves.

Corps team members are expected to support all efforts toward
accountability, specifically to our beneficiaries and to international
standards guiding international relief and development work, while
actively engaging beneficiary communities as equal partners in the
design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects.

Supervisory Responsibility
Reports Directly To: Deputy Team Lead

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Knowledge and Experience

  • A
    university degree in International Development, Gender Studies, Social
    Works, Business Management or other related field. Master’s degree
  • Previous GESI experience related to conflict or peacebuilding.
  • Five years of experience in international development work, with a minimum of three years directly in GESI.
  • Substantial
    background in GESI and development work including experience conducting
    training, doing analysis and program integration and engaging in
  • Experience in girl programming, gender-transformative interventions.
  • Comprehensive
    knowledge of GESI norms and standards as well as holistic and practical
    methods towards implementing protection mainstreaming and integrated
    protection outcomes.
  • Fluent in English, fluency in Swahili and Portuguese preferred.
  • Strong
    interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate (verbally and
    written) and negotiate clearly and effectively. Tact, diplomacy and
    cultural awareness are essential.
  • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office applications including Excel and Word

Success Factors
individual must have strong writing skills and the ability to
multitask, set priorities, pay attention to detail, and work under tight
deadlines within complex team environments. The position holder must
take an active role in building and maintaining external relationships
as well as demonstrating the drive and initiative to contribute to
internal team efforts. The individual must learn quickly how to provide
technical data and support in the most efficient and effective form
possible for each unique field team and environment. This position
requires strong interpersonal and cross-cultural communication skills,
and a level of emotional intelligence proficiency that quickly builds
and maintains productive relationships across teams. Being aware and
sensitive to international development issues and diverse cultures is

Contract Director at Mercy Corps January, 2023
Location: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Position Status Full-time, Regular
Salary Level: 10
The Position Summary
Contract Director will provide overall leadership and oversight for the
finance and grants management team under the CSSF BRAVE programme,
while working with Mercy Corps Commercial Contracts team in HQ to ensure
overall contract compliance. S/he will empower the team ensuring that
staff are familiar with policies and procedures related to finance and
grants management, while providing quality control to ensure robust,
flexible, and adaptive support to programme activities. The Contract
Director must be fluent in compliance matters and help the senior
management team to ensure the contract is implemented in accordance with
contractual requirements, Mercy Corps policies, CSSF regulations, and
local law, across 3 countries.

The Contract Director will work
closely with the Deputy Team Leader who oversees technical programmes
while reporting to the Team Leader. Three Major functions that support
programme delivery will fall directly and indirectly under the Contracts

  • Grants and Sub-Contract Management
  • Financial Management;
  • Programme Compliance and Administration.

Essential Responsibilities
Contracts Director will oversee the grants team, ensuring grants and
sub-contracts are issued and managed in line with Mercy Corps and CSSF
policies, and to provide quality control and risk management of the
grant management function. Specially the Contracts Director will:

  • Review all RFAs and liaise with Team Leader, Deputy Team Leader and MCE for approval.
  • Oversee the grant management function, ensuring timely submission and approval of reports and advances to partners.
  • Draft all Requests for Grant Approval from the donor, as required by the contract.
  • Oversee
    the development of sub-partner grants and contracts, advising on the
    most suitable grant/contract mechanism for each partner.
  • Ensure
    activity or milestone budgets are developed and implemented accurately,
    providing support to the Senior Finance and Subgrants Manager in
    cooperation with technical teams, maintaining a master collation of
    partner budgets.
  • Provide leadership during grants close out and partner’s asset disposition.

collaboration with the Finance and Compliance Director and the Senior
Finance and Subgrants Manager, the Contract Director will be responsible
for the financial management of the CSSF BRAVE programme, including
quality controls, cost reporting, forecasting and tracking. S/he will
provide recommendations on the overall financial management and
performance of the programme and work in close collaboration with Mercy

Europe team to monitor costs. Detailed duties include:

  • Regularly
    participate in calls with the MCE and with CSSF and support the
    maintenance and updating of the programme Activity-based budget and
  • Conduct monthly ABB forecast review.
  • Oversee responses to internal and external financial/compliance audits.
  • Mitigate
    project risks and protect the programme against fraudulent practices
    through adherence to the programme’s schedule of authorities.
  • Ensure
    strict implementation of a sound internal control system and take
    appropriate actions against any violation of the system.
  • Review Mercy Corps, and sub-contractor invoices prior to submission to CSSF for accuracy.
  • Approve payment requests, and review and approve financial vouchers.
  • Release
    bank payments and hold bank signatory authority for the programme;
    provide quality control and risk management for finance functions.

Contract Director will work with Mercy Corps Tanzania and Mozamque
Operation team, providing oversight and quality control for the
administrative operations of the programme, including procurement,
inventory management, and reporting. S/he will work with this team to
ensure the CSSF and Mercy Corps standards.

Detailed duties include:

  • Ensure programme asset management and disposition plans are in line with the CSSF contract.
  • Review
    the programme’s Exit Plan, and ensure actions are initiated in line
    with plan and CSSF BRAVE’s contract, ensuring timely close out partners,
    disposition of assets, finalization of financial responsibilities and
  • Review/draft all requests to CSSF for procurement approvals.
  • Ensure programme procurement process are completed in a timely manner. Support in contract reviews.
  • Work with MCE to draft/review CSSF contract deliverables – including Quarterly Financial Report, Inventory and Asset Report.
  • Provide leadership during donor spot checks and in addressing any identified issues.


  • Supervise
    the day-to-day performance of direct reports, ensuring that they
    understand their roles, coaching them to succeed and providing them with
    feedback and technical and administrative support that they require in
    meeting their performance objectives.


  • Respond
    to urgent client requests, including budget scenarios, inventory
    disposition, scope of work development, and other tasks as needed.
  • Perform other tasks as requested by the Team Leader

Supervisory Responsibility

  • Finance and Sub-grants Manager and the Senior Finance and Grants Officer.

Accountability Reports Directly To: Team Leader
Directly With: Deputy Team Leader, Programme Partners, Mercy Corps
Kenya Operations and Finance Directors, Tanzania Country Coordinator,
Mercy Corps Europe Commercial Contracts Team.

Accountability to Participants and Stakeholders
Corps team members are expected to support all efforts toward
accountability, specifically to our program participants, community
partners, other stakeholders, and to international standards guiding
international relief and development work. We are committed to actively
engaging communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and
evaluation of our field projects.
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Minimum Qualification & Transferable Skills

  • Bachelor’s
    degree in finance, business administration, public administration,
    economics or other relevant field; advanced degree preferred;
  • Minimum
    of ten years of experience implementing donor-funded development
    projects, to include project administration, operations and procurement;
  • Detailed knowledge of donor rules and regulations, preferably with experience implementing a UK government-funded contract;
  • Minimum of five years of supervisory experience and proven ability to manage teams of professionals to produce key results;
  • Demonstrated
    record of results-driven project management and an ability to
    creatively solve complex organisational issues and foster ownership
    within teams; and
  • Strong writing skills and experience in developing budgets, reports and workplans.
  • Portuguese written and verbal skills – advantage

Success Factors
successful Contract Director will possess an exemplary professional
standard of ethics as well as the willingness and ability to enforce
compliance with Mercy Corps’ internal policies and procedures and
external regulations. S/he will have excellent communication and
interpersonal skills to interact effectively with internal and external
stakeholders on sensitive and confidential matters is necessary along
with the ability to navigate difficult circumstances with a calm
demeanor, in an analytical and methodical manner. A demonstrated ability
to multi-task, meet deadlines and process information in support of
changing program activities is necessary. A broad understanding of
humanitarian and development programs coupled with the ability to
analyze financial operational data and clearly present conclusions and
recommendations is essential.

Living Conditions / Environmental Conditions
The position is based in Dar es Salaam (Tanzania)..

Ongoing Learning
support of our belief that learning organizations are more effective,
efficient and relevant to the communities we serve, we empower all team
members to dedicate 5% of their time to learning activities that further
their personal and/or professional growth and development

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
our mission begins with how we build our team and work together.
Through our commitment to enriching our organization with people of
different origins, beliefs, backgrounds, and ways of thinking, we are
better able to leverage the collective power of our teams and solve the
world’s most complex challenges. We strive for a culture of trust and
respect, where everyone contributes their perspectives and authentic
selves, reaches their potential as individuals and teams, and
collaborates to do the best work of their lives.

We recognize
that diversity and inclusion is a journey, and we are committed to
learning, listening and evolving to become more diverse, equitable and
inclusive than we are today.

Equal Employment Opportunity
Corps is an equal opportunity employer that does not tolerate
discrimination on any basis. We actively seek out diverse backgrounds,
perspectives, and skills so that we can be collectively stronger and
have sustained global impact.

We are committed to providing an
environment of respect and psychological safety where equal employment
opportunities are available to all. We do not engage in or tolerate
discrimination on the basis of race, color, gender identity, gender
expression, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic
origin, disability (including HIV/AIDS status), marital status, military
veteran status or any other protected group in the locations where we

Safeguarding & Ethics
Mercy Corps is
committed to ensuring that all individuals we come into contact with
through our work, whether team members, community members, program
participants or others, are treated with respect and dignity. We are
committed to the core principles regarding prevention of sexual
exploitation and abuse laid out by the UN Secretary General and IASC and
have signed on to the Interagency Misconduct Disclosure Scheme.
We will not tolerate child abuse, sexual exploitation, abuse, or
harassment by or of our team members. As part of our commitment to a
safe and inclusive work environment, team members are expected to
conduct themselves in a professional manner, respect local laws and
customs, and to adhere to Mercy Corps Code of Conduct Policies and
values at all times. Team members are required to complete mandatory
Code of Conduct elearning courses upon hire and on an annual basis.

How to Apply:
Interested candidates who meet the required qualifications and
experience should submit a cover letter, detailed curriculum vitae (CV)
listing three professional referees (including a recent supervisor) to on or before Monday the 23rd January, 2023 by 6.00pm.
The email subject line must clearly show the job title. Please do not attach any certificates.
(Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. We will only get in touch with shortlisted candidates)

NB: Mercy Corps does not charge any fee at any stage of the recruitment process
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


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