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  • Job Opportunity at World Vision, Business Development Officer

    Business Development Officer

    Purpose of the position:

    Under the direction of the Business Development Manager, the Business development Officer will support the efforts of World Vision Tanzania to develop and diversify its sources of funding, including local resource mobilization.

    Program Development and Resource Acquisition

    Working with Business Development Manager, SMT and Technical Leads identify funding opportunities from Support Offices, government donors, multilateral agencies and other donors.
    Draft synopsis of funding opportunities to facilitate decision making on whether to pursue new grant and other external funding opportunities, including local institutions, high net worth individuals, FBOs and other local sources of income to be defined.
    Support the development of concept papers and prepare proposals (including logical frameworks, draft budgets, budget narratives, and monitoring and evaluation plans) for Support Office (SO), government, private and multilateral donors, local institutions, high net worth individuals and FBOs..
    Assist grant staff in preparation of annual operating plans and sector strategies and implementation plans.
    Ensure adherence to Business Development Partnership Policies and Procedures.
    Relationship Management, Engagement and Networking, including local fundraising
    Assist WVT in the development and strengthening of relationships with key stakeholders including Support Offices, donors (multilateral, government, foundations and private) and other international agencies, local institutions, high net worth individuals and FBOs
    Work with the GAM team in the development of a marketing approach which will target local institutions, high net worth individuals and FBOs
    Ensure WVT programs provide opportunities for supporting the development of new alliances and collaboration.
    Develop and maintain effective external and internal relationships with various stakeholders.
    Conduct landscape assessment for local fundraising to identify local RM opportunities
    Develop local fund raising plan business process
    Organize meetings with with priority Local Fundraising contacts
    Donor compliance
    Ensure all grant-making processes are completed upon awarding of grants.
    Support the Business Development manager to cordinate grant start-up workshop and process for new projects/programs with relevant stakeholders.
    Together with Senior Officer Grant Compliance/SO representative/QA staff advice the CoP/Project manager on key donor compliance standards, including reporting, programmatic standards and M&E tools.
    Participate in grant close-out for projects/programs.

    Reporting

    Ensure full and timely compliance of the Business Development division on all required organizational dashboards and indicators.
    Ensure effective and timely formal and informal reporting to SOs, donors and partners on GAM issues

    Knowledge Management
    Coordinate the implementation of Horizon 3.0 that will support the organization’s efforts to track information on project implementation, to store vital program documentation, and to gather and store information vital to communicating project impact and promote pro-active learning.
    Participate in reviews and lesson learned exercises for grants as guided by WV policies and principles.

    Other Competencies / Attributes:

    Must be a committed Christian who is able to stand above denominational and cultural diversity challenges;
    Must be willing to perform other duties as required.

    Qualifications:

    Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience

    The following may be acquired through a combination of formal or self-education, prior experience or on-the-job training:

    Minimum qualification requires

    Degree in a relevant field from a recognized University.
    Minimum of 3 years experience in programming (designing, implementing, evaluating and monitoring) of integrated development, relief and/or advocacy of donor funded projects.

    Other technical skills and Abilities

    Be a results orientated leader with the ability to handle a heavy work load, manage and satisfy multiple conflicting organizational, donor and other stakeholder demands.
    Ability to provide spiritual leadership to the team.
    Ability to think strategically and innovatively, constantly pursuing new and better ways of working.
    Be committed to empowering others for transformation – both inside and outside of the organization.
    Be committed to pursuing tangible and lasting impact in the lives of the poor through an empowerment approach.
    Ability to inspire across a wide range of audiences and to communicate effectively.
    Highly effective people management skills.
    Working knowledge of programs/projects cycle management.
    Ability to maintain effective working relationships with all staff and other key partners.
    Demonstrate leadership and team building ability.
    Working knowledge of proposal writing and negotiation skills.
    Ability to teach others.
    Good planning and organizational skills.

    Working Environment:

    Office based environment with frequent travel to the field and National Office in Arusha
    Travel required: 35% domestic travel and occasional international travel (approximately 2 to 4 trips a year);
    On call: 20%
    Deadline for application is 06-Oct-19

    CLICK HERE TO APPLY

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  • NAFASI ZA KAZI-Chemonics International, MEL Manager

    MEL Manager

    Chemonics seeks a monitoring, evaluation, and learning manager for the anticipated USAID Arithmetic and Inclusive Education activity in Tanzania. The Activity’s overall objective is to acquire technical assistance and instructional materials and student aids targeted at improving lifelong learning skills and increasing the inclusivity of primary education, specifically focusing on arithmetic for all students in Standards 1-2. The monitoring, evaluation, and learning manager will be responsible for all MEL-related functions of the activity. We are seeking individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.

    Responsibilities include:

     Guides the development and/or review of project MEL plan and associated workplans, as reflected in the results framework;
    Ensures quality of collected data, and protect the integrity of project data and information, and ensure that implementation of field activities adheres to the activity’s monitoring, evaluation and learning system;
    Supervises and guides activity’s data collection, and ensure quality of the data by random verifications and validations;
    Provides evidence-based data and information to the technical team for the development of progress reports, technical papers, success stories, case studies, etc.;
    Spearheads, all activity database, survey and assessment methodology documents (sampling frame, guides, instructions, surveys and analysis) for quality assurance, and adherence to USAID data quality standards and industry best practices;

    Qualifications:

    Advanced degree (Master’s level or equivalent) in area of monitoring, evaluation, and learning or another relevant subject matter required;
    7 years of specific experience with managing and executing monitoring and evaluation of donor-funded projects
    Experience working in donor funded projects of similar scope and budget, especially experience collecting data relating to inclusion;
    Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity.

    Application Instructions

    Apply online  by Monday, September 9, 2019. This recruit is being conducted on a rolling basis, so please submit your application as soon as possible. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted. (Remember to select the job your applying for on the Chemonics Online Application form)

    CLICK HERE TO APPLY

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  • New Opportunities at CARE International

    The position will timely
    provide periodic analytical financial reports to Budget Holders on
    grants and sub grants expenditures,
    inform and advice the management on the financial performance of the
    grants. The position has a role to provide technical support and
    guidance to other CARE staff and partners on compliance and ensure
    understanding and adherence of terms and conditions of donor grants,
    statutory requirements and CARE International policies including sub
    grants management policy and also responsible for management of
    performance of staff under her/his supervision.

    The position will be based in Dar es Salaam and will report directly to the Director of Finance.

    The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s
    degree in accounting, Finance or Business Management or equivalent; a
    full
    professional qualification such as ACCA, CPA, CIMA, ICSA etc. or its
    equivalent with 5 years’ experience in managing and Grants and Contract,
    of which at least 3 in an International NGO. More importantly, s/he
    should have Strong financial analysis and

    budgeting skills,
    thorough knowledge of financial and accounting policies and procedures,
    demonstrate solid accounting
    systems experience and thorough understanding of financial accounting,
    grants and contract management processes and experience with Key donor’s
    regulations, compliances and reporting standards.


    Additional Qualifications for the positions:

    Ability to quickly learn new systems, processes and procedures and adapt to local practices and global standards

    Strong business partnering skills with ability to work in teams, work at detailed level and understand the larger picture

    Attention to details, ability to work effectively under pressure and meet strict deadlines

    Proactive individual with ability to offer structured guidance

    Proficiency in Microsoft Office software with Advance knowledge on Excel application

    How to Apply?

    Please manually apply for this job using the details below:
    If
    your career aspirations match with this exciting opportunity please
    send your application letter clearly articulating alignment with the
    above profile and an updated detailed (CV) to
    TZAHumanResourcesDepartment@care.org by 5.00 pm August 19, 2019.Only
    shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    CARE is an equal opportunity employer promoting gender, equity and
    diversity. Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Our
    selection process reflects our commitment to the protection of children
    from abuse.

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  • NAFASI YA KAZI-Sanaa WALIPO, Accountant

    ACCOUNTANT – Fixed term contract, Location in Patandi Tengeru Arusha

    JOB DESCRIPTION

    Reports directly to Finance Manger
    Responsible for budgeting preparation process for the program and assist out in preparation of monthly and quarterly expenditure reports
    Preparation of fund request to Principal Recipient/Donor agency
    Ensuring that all payment requisitions are complete with all the necessary support documentation such as pro-forma invoices/bids, local purchase order, selection minutes, delivery notes, tax invoices, etc. before making payment. Also, ensuring that all payments are properly coded and cancelled by PAID stamp
    Assists in the logistics in preparation for and during workshops.
    Preparation of financial reports as at when due (monthly, quarterly, etc.)
    Prepare monthly statutory returns e.g. PAYE and Statutory contributions in a timely and accurate manner and to ensure all filing is appropriately done
    Oversees all other financial matters of the project
    Posting of daily transactions (Income & Expenditure) using QuickBooks Package.
    Accurate, timely and efficient preparation of payroll as approved ensuring compliance with internal guidance and laid down policies & procedures
    Updating of Fixed Asset Register
    Performing day to day banking activities and Report and highlight items of attentions to the management
    Ensuring office costs are identified and correctly apportioned and charged to the respective projects/donors and other costs centres
     Processing duly approved disbursements of both cash and banking adherence to policy and procedures
     Remittance of tax deduction to Federal and State Inland Revenue Boards.
     Perform any other task as assigned by Finance Manager.

    QUALIFICATIONS

     University degree in Account, Finance or related field. Holder of CPA is an added advantage
    Must also have at least three (3) year working experience with Non-Governmental organizations, with skills in QuickBooks accounting software, Microsoft Excel, MicrosoftWord and PowerPoint and fluency in spoken and written English Language.
    Applicant must possess excellent planning and prioritization skills, be able to work independently and pay very close attention to details.
     Good knowledge of internal control systems, financial audit processes, grant management systems and accounting procedures for Global Fund projects is essential.
    Ability to maintain a high level of accuracy in preparing financial and accounting information. Practical knowledge and skills in Payroll preparations.
    Knowledge and experience on accounts payable, receivable, cash, bank, and maintaining general ledger
    Ability to maintain confidentiality concerning financial and employee’s/vendors files
    Honest and trustworthy, respectful and depicting sound work ethics

    HOW TO APPLY

    Please submit your application to the address sanaawalipo@gmail.com.

    Only electronic application is considered. In the subject line of your email, please state clearly which position you apply for. The application should consist of a brief motivation letter and complete CV with full contact details of three referees.

    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Application deadline is 15th August 2019. Address to Sanaa WALIPO Director, Box 67, Duluti, Arusha

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  • NAFASI ZA KAZI- SNV Tanzania, Project Manager

    Position: Project Manager – OYE Project
    Location: Dodoma, Tanzania
    Contract type: National employment contract

    Job Description
    Overview of the Position
    The Project Manager Tanzania will provide guidance and manage the implementation of the Tanzania project and ensure that the objectives and targets are achieved. S/he will manage programmatic, financial, and operational and HR resources dedicated to the project; oversee performance and expenditures in close collaboration with the Project Finance Officer and ensure timely and compliant procurement together with the SNV Operations Department. S/he will report to the SNV Country Director and maintain effective relations and coordination with all project stakeholders.

    The position requires regular travel across the Central and Northern regions of Tanzania.
    The successful candidate will be focusing on finalizing the achievement of the project targets before the end of the current project duration as well as supporting the preparation, design and implementation of the Second Phase of the project.

    Key Responsibilities

    Guide the project planning and implementation in Tanzania including engagement with local stakeholders and subcontractors; development of annual operational work plans and budgets on the basis of the existing project activity plans and budget;
    Project management: effectively manage the human, physical and financial resources allocated to the project ensuring that work is implemented no time and to budget and achieves the promised deliverables;
    Monitor and guide local implementing partner organisations;
    Provide monthly, quarterly and annual reports to donors and contribute to development of overall SNV global annual report.
    Liaise with the OYE Tanzania Agriculture project leader on cross-cutting matters, both programmatic as well as financial;
    Contribute to synergy between the OYE project, the SDC OYE project and SNV’s energy programmes in Tanzania by providing strategic guidance to guarantee a balance between contextual opportunities and effective implementation of the project approach;
    Monitor performance of the project team to ensure that all milestones set in the annual work plans are met, and develop mitigation plans to reduce setbacks; take corrective actions to fix any deviation from work plans;
    Report to the SNV Country Director
    Guide knowledge development, documentation and communication & branding – in close collaboration with the Country Director and the donor
    Donor relations: Effectively manage in country donor relations and establish professional partnership with key private and public sector stakeholders

    Qualifications Requirements

    Master’s Degree in a relevant discipline e.g. related to development, energy, or social studies;
    Proven track record with at least 5 years’ experience in the management of projects in development organizations;
    Proven experience in one or more of the following areas: Renewable energy;inclusive business/market models;public – private partnerships;
    Experience with development of youth skills towards employability is desired;
    Demonstrated experience in managing capacity building programmes.
    Demonstrated experience as a trainer is desired.

    Desired Skills

    A proactive and entrepreneurial individual who will explore and develop innovative approaches that appeal to rural youth in Tanzania;
    Visionary who is able to strategically inspire and energize the project team;
    Excellent social / networking skills, ability to engage with government, private sector and civil society;
    Excellent communication (writing and oral) skills, reporting and presentation skills.
    Monitoring and evaluation skills

    Languages: Proficient in English and Kiswahili.

    Additional Information
    Contract Information.
    Starting date: 1st October, 2019?
    Contract type: National
    Length of contract: 1 year (with potential to extend by three years if the Second Phase is awarded)

    How To Apply 
    Interested candidates that meet the key qualifications are encouraged to send in their applications. These applications must contain:

    CV (that lists at least three referees from previous employers),
    Motivation letter,
    Certified Copies of your stated Academic Qualifications, and
    Declaration of your Salary History for the last three years.

    The applications should be marked ‘OYE Project Manager’ in the subject line and the deadline for sending in applications is Thursday July 22, 2019. SNV reserves the right to reject outright any applications that do not meet the application requirements listed above. We will require that you provide us with full details of three people who are willing to act as a referee. We will not contact these referees without your explicit permission.
    We do not appreciate third-party mediation based on this advertisement.
    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

    TO APPLY CLICK HERE

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  • Job Opportunity at Save the Children Tanzania – Award Manager



    Job at Save the Children Tanzania – Award Manager | Deadline: 17th April, 2019Position: AWARD MANAGER

    CHILD SAFEGUARDING:
    Level 1: the post holder will not have contact with children and/or young people, or access to personal data about children or young people, as part of their work; therefore, a police check will not be mandatory for this post unless the content of the post changes, in which case the Child Safeguarding level should be reviewed.ROLE PURPOSE: This role will work collaboratively with members and other departments of the Country office programme to ensure smooth management of development and humanitarian programme awards, sub awards and contracts. The person will manage a small team responsible for a discreet portfolio of awards. The position will be also responsible for capacity building of staff and improving internal ways of working.
    In the event of a major humanitarian emergency, the role holder will be expected to work outside the normal role profile and be able to vary working hours accordingly.SCOPE OF ROLE:
    Reports to: Head of Award Management
    Staff reporting to this post: Nil
    Direct: Nil
    Indirect: Nil
    Budget Responsibilities: Nil
    Role Dimensions: Contact with in-country donor representatives and Save the Children member Award contactsKEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:
    Developing self and others; Working effectively with others
    • Support the Head of Award Management to support the development and performance of the Award Management team
    • Support the delivery of capacity building both within the AM team and across the Country Office
    • Carry out orientations and staff trainings for award management procedures, donor requirements etc. for Save the Children staff and partner organisations. Fulfil the role of Country Office AMS Champion and ensure AMS is up to date for all required documentations and status.
    • Build relationships across the Country Office, the Region and the Centre and escalate issues as required.Communicating with impact, negotiation and coordination
    • Provide coordination support to proposal development and review processes, including risk assessments, ensuring all staff inputs happen in timely and effective manner. Also provide advice on donor compliance requirements to ensure high quality proposals.
    • Coordinate the processes for donor reporting to ensure that reports are high quality, delivered on time and supported by auditable records. Coordinate with Finance Department and compliance team to ensure sub-award/partner expense reconciliations align with award compliance requirements (e.g. reporting dates, end dates). Prepare financial reports for a discreet set of awards, as agreed with Finance.
    • Maintain effective communications with Save the Children members regarding donor related issues
    • Lead Award Kick off meetings to ensure that all award information is shared effectively with relevant staff, including field offices and partners
    • Lead Close out process and work with members to ensure awards are closed out on time
    • Support, coordinate with other functions for CO statuary and project specific auditCompliance (systems, processes, donor)
    • Clear understanding of SCI processes and key donor requirements, and support teams across CO to ensure all opportunities, proposals, contracts and amendments follow SCI processes
    • Ensure that all appropriate donor formats are available in-country and staff have a clear understanding of donor requirements/expectations throughout the award cycle.
    • Ensure potential issues and amendment requests are flagged promptly to the Head of Award Management, then to donors via the relevant member. Prepare donor waiver/derogation requests.
    • Ensure all AMS records are an accurate reflection of current award status at all times, and have all required documentation attached.
    • Ensure all partners and sub-award agreements undergo legal vetting are input into and approved through AMS, and ensure proper partner assessment and work with relevant staff to ensure relevant donor requirements are understood by implementing partners (this may include capacity building).
    • Ensure that all guidance is up to date and that key changes to Donor regulations are communicated effectively to all key internal and external stakeholders
    • Design and deliver trainings relating to key donor contracts and compliance requirements – including ensuring that initial training on compliance is integrated into start-up workshops and training for Program Operations and Logistics staff
    • Serve as a resource for Program Operations, Logistics, and Awards staff on compliance issuesMonitoring and analysis
    • Co-ordinate the development of fully costed budgets for award proposals.
    • Co-ordinate with respective budget holders (PM/AM) in order to ensure budgets are correctly allocated, aligned and phased and have necessary DEAs for effective tracking.
    • Ability to analyse financial issues i.e. variances and resolve by collaborating with other teams.
    • Strong financial skills including budget development, and monitoring of spend across award portfolio.Award Management leadership, portfolio management and strategy
    • Ensure award management systems and processes are successfully implemented, and key controls are in place to support effective portfolio management and compliance with donor requirements.
    • Ensure regular award monitoring across the country office and facilitate regular meetings with key stakeholders to ensure individual award performance is being tracked effectively, and that risks and issues are being recognised and action taken.
    • Provide regular management information to the Head of Award Management on the performance of the portfolio.
    • Support the Head of Award Management in the implementation of plans to address any performance issues identified through management information and KPI results.
    • Share and follow up relevant AMS information Packs monthly to all project managers and functional leads (reporting schedule, list of awards to be ended with six month, KPI status ,pipe line, close out tracker etc.)BEHAVIOURS (Values in Practice)
    Accountability:
    • holds self accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
    • holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities – giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved.Ambition:
    • sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves and their team, takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages their team to do the same
    • widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
    • future orientated, thinks strategically and on a global scale.Collaboration:
    • builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues, Members and external partners and supporters
    • values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength
    • approachable, good listener, easy to talk to.Creativity:
    • develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
    • willing to take disciplined risks.Integrity:
    • honest, encourages openness and transparency; demonstrates highest levels of integrity.QUALIFICATIONS
    • Professional qualification relating to business, finance, accounting or international developmentEXPERIENCE AND SKILLS
    Essential
    • At least 5 years INGO experience in in-country award portfolio management
    • Knowledge of major donors’ compliance requirements i.e In-depth knowledge with practical Experience with USAID, US Government, UN, EuropeAid, ECHO, EU, DFID rules and
    • Proven experience in preparing budgets, financial monitoring reports, budgetary systems and controls with strong analytical skills
    • Experience communicating with impact in a complex stakeholder environment
    • Experience of staff management, supervision and capacity building in Award Management
    • Proven track record of supporting a senior management team
    • Problem solving skills to identify and lead the resolution of issues
    • Good attention to detail and analytical skills
    • Computer literate (i.e. Word, advanced Excel, Outlook) including financial & accounting computer applications
    • Cultural awareness and ability to build relationships quickly with a wide variety of people
    • Patient, flexible, able to improvise and communicate clearly and effectively under pressure
    • Excellent planning, management and coordination skills, with the ability to organise a workload comprised of varying and changing tasks and responsibilities
    • Basic understanding of operational programming, including the realities of the context
    • Strong communication (written and spoken), and interpersonal skills in English, with experience in managing multicultural teamsDesirable
    • Experience with Save the Children Award Management System (AMS)
    • Significant experience with NGOs in an international environmentAdditional job responsibilities
    The duties and responsibilities as set out above are not exhaustive and the role holder may be required to carry out additional duties within reasonableness of their level of skills and experience.Equal Opportunities
    The role holder is required to carry out the duties in accordance with the SCI Equal Opportunities and Diversity policies and procedures.Health and Safety
    The role holder is required to carry out the duties in accordance with SCI Health and Safety policies and procedures.Location: Dar es salaam, Tanzania
    Contract – Full-Time
    Closing date: Wednesday 17 April 2019
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  • 2 New Job Opportunities at CARE Tanzania | Deadline: 24th June, 2019


    Jobs
    in Tanzania 2019:
    New Job Opportunities at CARE Tanzania | Deadline: 24th June, 2019
    AJIRA TANZANIA 2019 / NAFASI ZA KAZI 2019Position: ACCOUNTS COORDINATOR

    CARE is a leading humanitarian organization dedicated to fighting
    poverty and social injustice with a special emphasis on women and girls.
    Operating in Tanzania since 1994, CARE Tanzania is part of CARE
    International, whose vision is to seek a world of hope, tolerance, and
    social justice, where poverty has been overcome and people live in
    dignity and security

    .

    CARE Tanzania and partners contribute to the
    empowerment of the most marginalized and vulnerable rural women and
    girls to exercise their rights.

    CARE Tanzania seeks to recruit a dynamic qualified and experienced
    Tanzanian for position of Accounts Coordinator who will be responsible
    for coordinating recording of accounting transactions in Financial
    Management system – peoplesoft and ensure general ledgers, sub ledger,
    accounts payables, receivables accounts are accurate presenting true
    financial position of CARE International in Tanzania.

    S/he is responsible for Treasury management including preparation of
    Cash forecasting, facilitating payments, deposits and also act as a link
    of communication with the designated banks to ensure efficiency and
    smooth flow of bank services.

    The Accounts Coordinator have a critical role of ensuring strictly
    adherence and timely submission of required accounting information
    (returns), taxes and other statutory payments and claims in accordance
    with the prescribed law and regulations in Tanzania. This position will
    also be responsible for coordinating Internal and External audits
    organized for Donor fund, statutory audits or as may be required. The
    position will be responsible for performance management of staff under
    her/his supervision.

    The position will be based in Dar es Salaam and will report to the Director of Finance.

    The ideal candidate will have a Bachelors’ Degree in Business
    Administration or Finance Management and a full professional
    qualification such as ACCA, CPA, CIMA, ICSA etc. or its equivalent as a’
    MUST’ OR Master’s degree in a relevant qualification like Accounting,
    Finance or an MBA but with bias of Finance or accounting with at least 5
    years of relevant professional experience.

    APPLY JOBS ONLINE
    Additional Qualifications for the positions:

    Ability to quickly learn new systems, processes and procedures and adapt to local practices and global standards

    Strong business partnering skills with the ability to work in teams, work at a detailed level and understand the larger picture

    Attention to details, ability to work effectively under pressure and meet strict deadlines

    Proactive individual with the ability to offer structured guidance

    Proficiency in Microsoft Office software with Advance knowledge on Excel application

    Position: GRANTS AND CONTRACTS COORDINATOR
    CARE Tanzania seeks to recruit a dynamic qualified and experienced
    Tanzanian for the position of Grants and Contracts Coordinator (GCC) who
    will oversee the management of Grants and Contracts agreements. S/he
    will ensure compliances with CARE Financial policies and procedures and
    Donor’s regulations on grants and budgetary requirements. Will ensure
    accuracy and timely submission of financial reports and bills to donors.
    The position will provide adequate management of sub grants and
    partners’ financial agreements. The Grants and Contract Coordinator will
    actively participate to support the country office efforts to
    proactively seek new funding opportunities, working to ensure that
    program and finance teams are supported during proposal development to
    develop accurate budgets.

    The position will timely provide periodic analytical financial reports
    to Budget Holders on grants and sub grants expenditures, inform and
    advice the management on the financial performance of the grants. The
    position has a role to provide technical support and guidance to other
    CARE staff and partners on compliance and ensure understanding and
    adherence of terms and conditions of donor grants, statutory
    requirements and CARE International policies including sub grants
    management policy and also responsible for the management of performance
    of staff under her/his supervision.

    The position will be based in Dar es Salaam and will report to the Director of Finance.

    The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in accounting, Finance
    or Business Management or equivalent; a full professional qualification
    such as ACCA, CPA, CIMA, ICSA etc. or its equivalent with 5 years’
    experience in managing and Grants and Contract, of which at least 3 in
    an International NGO. More importantly, s/he should have Strong
    financial analysis and budgeting skills, thorough knowledge of financial
    and accounting policies and procedures, demonstrate solid accounting
    systems experience and thorough understanding of financial accounting,
    grants and contract management processes and experience with Key donor’s
    regulations, compliances and reporting standards.

    The ideal candidate will have a Bachelors’ Degree in Business
    Administration or Finance Management and a full professional
    qualification such as ACCA, CPA, CIMA, ICSA etc. or its equivalent as a’
    MUST’ OR Master’s degree in a relevant qualification like Accounting,
    Finance or an MBA but with bias of Finance or accounting with at least 5
    years of relevant professional experience.

    Additional Qualifications for the positions:
    Ability to quickly learn new systems, processes and procedures and adapt to local practices and global standards
    Strong business partnering skills with the ability to work in teams, work at a detailed level and understand the larger picture
    Attention to details, ability to work effectively under pressure and meet strict deadlines
    Proactive individual with the ability to offer structured guidance
    Proficiency in Microsoft Office software with Advance knowledge on Excel application

    MODE OF APPLICATION
    If your career aspirations match any of these exciting opportunities
    please send your application letter clearly articulating alignment with
    the above profile and an updated detailed (CV) to TZAHumanResourcesDepartment@care.org by 5.00 pm June 24th, 2019 . Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    CARE is an equal opportunity employer promoting gender, equity and
    diversity. Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Our
    selection process reflects our commitment to the protection of children
    from abuse

    NAFASI MPYA ZA KAZI KWA WENYE ELIMU KUANZIA DARASA LA SABA ,KIDATO CHA NNE,CERTIFICATE,DIPLOMA,DEGREE NA KUENDELEA BONYEZA HAPA CHINI
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  • United Republic of Tanzania: Technical Expert – Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship

    Role overview

    VSO is looking for an experienced and technically strong specialist in Youth Employment and entrepreneurship programming, to help lead the implementation of our Resilient Livelihoods strategy, with its assets and capabilities core and our “volunteering for development” approach, and around which VSO is seeking to build a unique identity in livelihoods programming.
    This is an exciting and challenging new role. You will provide technical leadership to a globally dispersed team of staff and volunteers to identify, test and document new and promising practices across VSO’s Youth Employment and entrepreneurship programmes, mainly in Tanzania but also in Cambodia and other countries in Africa and Asia. The overall purpose of the role is to support improvement in the quality and impact of VSO’s Resilient programmes globally. This will enable VSO to document, replicate and expand effective approaches, with the aim of helping more of the world’s poor and marginalised people to achieve their livelihood aspirations.
    You must be willing and able to work effectively, creatively and pro-actively in a networked, collaborative environment with colleagues based in different countries and from different professional disciplines, including front line programme delivery, funding and business pursuit, people resourcing, MEL (monitoring, evaluation and learning) and finance and grant management.

    Skills, qualifications and experience

    Essential:
    • Master’s in Development studies, Agriculture or other relevant qualification, or equivalent experience.
    • Extensive experience and knowledge of programming, Youth Employment and entrepreneurship including vocational and agricultural related skills training; enterprise development; market-led approaches.
    • Proven experience of securing external funding and grants, including proposal development. Evidence of understanding the challenges of donor and contract management and the implications for programme management.
    • Proven experience in financial management, including building a budget, monitoring and managing expenditure. Experience of having compiled financial reports.
    • Excellent understanding and demonstrated experience of project cycle management, organisational assessment, planning and M&E tools and processes.
    • Experience of compiling donor reports.
    • Leadership and people management skills; including handling complex situations to an effective conclusion; experience of developing, coaching and managing high performing teams.
    • Self-motivated, ability to use own initiative, flexibility.
    • Strong representation and negotiation skills; ability to negotiate and maintain relations with external stakeholders.
    • Oral and written fluency in English, with ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of audiences.

    • Able to adapt to new and demanding situations, with experience of living and working in developing countries.
    • Able to travel, including work away from the home base for up to 30% of time, both within the country and occasionally internationally with some weekend and evening work.
    • Excellent coordination and planning skills with experience of working under pressure. Time management skills.
    Desirable:
    • Practical experience gained within a volunteering NGO context and of managing a volunteer programme.
    • Evidence of ability to provide effective support to international and national volunteers.
    • Experience and knowledge of the country and region.

    • Experience of working in a matrix organization with multiple reporting lines across different locations.

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  • Senior Data Analyst Job at The Legal Services Facility May 2019

    Senior Data Analyst Job at The Legal Services Facility May 2019


    OPPORTUNITY – SENIOR DATA ANALYST
    Background: The Legal Services Facility is an independent basket fund registered in 2013 as a Tanzanian non-profit company limited by guarantee. LSF strive to increase access to justice for all, in particular for women, through a legal empowerment approach. LSF channel funding on equal opportunity basis to organizations which promote, provide or support legal aid and paralegal services and work toward empowerment of poor women, children and men.
    LSF Strategic goals for 2020 is “Increasing access to justice for all, in particular for women”. Abstaining a smart Senior Data Analysis Officer is paramount to achieving this strategic goal.

    Job purpose: The incumbent will report to Manager Monitoring &Evaluation and be responsible for data collection, analysis and tracking project performance as well reporting for several projects, assist in designing, coordinating and conducting project evaluations, carry out field visits, develop an effective project monitoring plan, and ensure proper collection, storage and management of essential data ready for analysis. He/she will also ensure quality implementation throughout the project cycle. In addition, support grantees in the actualization of their regional strategic plans aligned to Vision 2025.

    Education, Experience and Skills: Bachelor’s degree in Statistics, Computer Science or related courses is desired. Masters degree in Project Management or M&E will be an added advantage. Three years’ experience in data analysis. Familiarity with principals and contemporary approaches to M&E using both quantitative and qualitative methods, demonstrated understanding of Donor funded projects requirements and guidelines for M&E, Excellent command of computers and statistical software, especially experience with MS Access Excel, SPSS or STATA. Able to priorities work, multi task and meet deadlines, Strong IT, analytical skills and attention to details and Excellent report writing skills.

    If you meet the profile above, please submit your single page application letter with updated Curriculum Vitae to emaron@emarongroup.com before May 20th 2019 at 5 pm. Only profile meeting the standards will be notified. Find the advert in www.lsftz.org / www.emaronqroup.com

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  • Job Vacancy at Pact Tanzania – Senior Grants , Contracts and Compliance Manager | Deadline: 02nd May, 2019

    Jobs in Tanzania 2019: New Job Vacancy at Pact Tanzania – Senior Grants , Contracts and Compliance Manager | Deadline: 02nd May, 2019

    AJIRA TANZANIA 2019 / NAFASI ZA KAZI 2019

    Job Description

    Title: Senior Grants , Contracts and Compliance Manager

    Reporting to: Director of Finance and Administrations

    Location: Dar es Salaam

    Direct reports: Grants and Contracts Managers/Officers

    Pact Overview:

    At the heart of Pact is the promise of a better tomorrow. The promise of a healthy life. Of a decent livelihood. Of sustainable natural resources that benefit communities. Now more than ever in its 42-year history, Pact is helping millions of people who are poor and marginalized discover and build their own solutions and take ownership over their future.

    Pact enables systemic solutions that allow those who are poor and marginalized to earn a dignified living, be healthy, and take part in the benefits that nature provides. Pact accomplishes this by strengthening local capacity, forging effective governance systems, and transforming markets into a force for development.

    Position purpose:

    The Senior Contracts and compliance Manager is directly responsible to and supervised by the Finance and Administration Director of Pact Tanzania. The Senior Contracts and Compliance Manager provides high-level grants and contracts management to achieve the goal of Pact Tanzania project, working with partner organizations and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs). S/he provides overall leadership and oversight for all aspects related to management of sub-grants and subcontracts. This requires close collaboration with Pact HQ to ensure compliance with Pact and USAID, DFID, and other donor guidelines. The Senior Contracts and Compliance Manager supervises all staff within the grants and contracts unit.

    Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

    Sub-award Administration

    Develop subcontract and sub-grant award documents compliant with donor requirements and Pact standard templates and work closely with Pact HQ Agreement Management team to execute quality sub-awards.

    Administer the full cycle of sub-award management activities beginning from solicitation through selection, pre-award assessments, negotiation, monitoring/compliance visits, and closeout.

    Utilize Pact’s sub-award management system (Promise) and accounting system (Serenic NAV) for sub-award issuance and management. Ensure that all required documentation is available and stored as per Pact regulations.

    Oversee budget management of projects’ sub-award pools working with the Senior Finance Manager. Work closely with the Senior Finance Manager to ensure accurate and timely disbursement and liquidation of sub-award expenses.

    Ensure timely training of grantees and Pact Tanzania staff to understand and comply fully with donor standards. Develop training materials and carry out regular trainings with grantee partners.

    Ensure that office systems for grants and contracts administration are maintained and that regular reports are provided to Pact headquarters.

    Award and administer sub-contract(s) and consultant agreements necessary to support local programs and projects.

    Develop and/or update Pact Tanzania Country Office Sub-awards Manual in compliance with Pact HQ guidance.

    Support closeout of awards, including preparation of final inventories, property disposition, etc.

    Track and update all the special wards conditions in all sub agreements and sub contracts.

    Agreements Management

    Work with Pact Chief of Parties/Program Directors and senior managers to select grantees for award under various projects. This will include the conduct of pre-award assessments to determine the responsibility of prospective grantees using Pact’s capacity assessments.

    Provide technical assistance to staff and grantees on administrative policies and procedures for Agreements management.

    Work with Agreements Management Team at HQ to obtain prior approvals and waivers from donors required for administration of specific grants.

    Ensure the approved branding and marking plan is implemented by all required stakeholders of grant/contract

    Contract and Consultancy Management

    Prepare all the contracts (lease, Insurance, Projects Contacts etc.) as required by various projects with Pact Tanzania

    Prepare Consultancy contracts and provide guidance for consultancy engagements within Pact Tanzania

    Performs contract administration activities for selected contracts and assists in the monitoring of contractor’s performance, approval of progress payments, verification of deliveries, and similar activities.

    Utilizes price/cost analysis techniques to support the development of cost-related sections of solicitation documents and the analysis of cost and price data, labor and material cost, etc.

    Supports the extension of periods of performance and contract closeout processes.

    Compliance

    Complies with federal, state, and local legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; advising management on needed actions.

    Ensuring compliance with financial aspects of contract requirements including liability, property, and other insurance matters, and audit requirements

    Provide Support to Pact and CSO to comply with Cost share policy by ensuring the policy is adhered to, and reporting are done to Pact and to the donor.

    Supports Compliance to Pact Tanzania by providing information and support required to develop and implement policies, processes, and procedures necessary to achieve strategic objectives

    Reviews, analyzes and drafts contract language to ensure they comply to all applicable donor, Pact and host government regulations

    Work with/train CSOs to ensure they comply to all required rules set by the Pact, Donor and the government.

    Responsible for communicating all compliance messages to Pact staff and CSOs.

    Ensure proper submission of taxes and process tax exemptions where required by the donor agreement.

    Advise and ensure compliance on cost charging to various projects as per the pact and donor policies.

    Ensure Tax reporting to Pact from CSOs and to the donor as stipulated in the prime Awards

    Ensure compliance to Asset reporting to HQ as well as to the donor as per the donor requirments.

    Other Responsibilities:

    Provide effective performance management, mentoring, and coaching for staff under his/her direct supervision.

    Provide training, as required, related to areas of his/her expertise and country office needs.

    Contribute to the global Grants Management Community of Practice to share best practices and lessons learned on Pact’s intranet “Mosaic.”

    Perform other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications:

    Minimum requirement is a Bachelor’s degree but preferred is a MA/MSc/Masters in Business Administration degree or equivalent relevant qualification

    At least 7 years of relevant experience in the NGO sector within Tanzania in managing the award and administration of sub-grants funded by Global Fund, USAID, or international donors.

    Experience managing sub-award design and administration

    Experience in donor funds administration

    Understanding of local contract and procurement law

    Excellent communication skills both verbal and written Kiswahili and English

    Knowledge of OMB Circular A-110, A-122, and A-133; 22 CFR 226; and 22 CFR 228 a plus

    Strong knowledge of donor auditing requirements and demonstrated ability to exercise financial oversight of Agreements programs.

    Demonstrated solid knowledge of USAID and other donor regulations applicable to Agreements administration.

    Preference for:

    Experience assessing the responsibility and grant-worthiness of organizations through financial statements, audits, and other documentation presented in a proposal or in support of an award.

    Proven capacity to design and deliver a range of training and technical assistance programs to build full range of capacities for grant management.

    Proficiency in a local language.

    Skills and Abilities:

    Consistently works within internal process and procedures.

    Strong interpersonal and team building skills.

    Exceptional planning and time management skills.

    Strong written and oral communication skills, including the ability to make a presentation.

    Ability to problem-solve difficult issues.

    Ability to multitask with ease, adapting to frequently changing priorities.

    Good negotiating and conflict resolution skills.

    Strong understanding of budgets.

    Competence using common desktop applications and internal systems

    Strong analytical skills to successfully perform financial reviews and other forms of quantitative analyses.

    Effective written and oral communications skills that are essential to building relationships with donors, host country counterparts, and partner organizations.

    Ability to exercise sound business judgement to wisely prioritise and successfully perform multiple and complex tasks.

    Highly organised and able to develop and streamline systems for efficient conduct of day-to-day tasks.

    Excellent computer skills and proficient in excel, word, outlook, and graphic/web design.Knowledge of QuickBooks/ACCPAC a big plus

    Ability to challenge and debate issues of importance to the organization

    Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

    To learn more about Pact Tanzania visit: http://www.pactworld.org/country/tanzania

    Pact provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, genetic information, age, national origin, marital status, disability status, political ideology, military or protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.
    Deadline: 02nd May, 2019.

    TO APPLY CLICK HERE!

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  • United Republic of Tanzania: Technical Adviser Youth Employment and entrepreneurship

    Essential:
    * Master’s in Development studies, Agriculture or other relevant qualification, or equivalent experience.
    * Extensive experience and knowledge of programming, Youth Employment and entrepreneurship including vocational and agricultural related skills training; enterprise development; market-led approaches.
    * Proven experience of securing external funding and grants, including proposal development. Evidence of understanding the challenges of donor and contract management and the implications for programme management.
    * Proven experience in financial management, including building a budget, monitoring and managing expenditure. Experience of having compiled financial reports.
    * Excellent understanding and demonstrated experience of project cycle management, organisational assessment, planning and M&E tools and processes.
    * Experience of compiling donor reports.
    * Leadership and people management skills; including handling complex situations to an effective conclusion; experience of developing, coaching and managing high performing teams.
    * Self-motivated, ability to use own initiative, flexibility.
    * Strong representation and negotiation skills; ability to negotiate and maintain relations with external stakeholders.
    * Oral and written fluency in English, with ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of audiences.
    * Able to adapt to new and demanding situations, with experience of living and working in developing countries.
    * Able to travel, including work away from the home base for up to 30% of time, both within the country and occasionally internationally with some weekend and evening work.
    * Excellent coordination and planning skills with experience of working under pressure. Time management skills.

    VSO reserves the right to close this job early if we receive a sufficient number of applications.

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  • DFID: Strengthening Public Financial Management in Tanzania

    Deadline: 31 January 2019

    The Department for International Development (DFID) is seeking applications for its programme entitled “Strengthening Public Financial Management (PFM) in Tanzania”.

    Strengthening Public Financial Management (PFM) competence has been at the core of Tanzania’s development efforts over the past two decades with the Government-Donor financed Public Financial Management Reform Programme (PFMRP) the main vehicle of support for comprehensive reforms since 1998.Objectives

    Improved macro-economic management (prudent fiscal, tax and debt policies) provides the basis for a credible budget
    Resources efficiently allocated on a medium-term basis in alignment with national priorities
    Budget executed as planned and timely and accurate reporting is available
    Strengthened internal controls and better procurement practices contribute to improved financial accountability
    Effective control and oversight of PFM functions by oversight institutions
    PFM systems and outcomes in Local Governments are improved
    PFM systems and outcomes in Zanzibar are improved

    DFID’s support to PFMRP-V requires a technical assistance support (TAS) service to the President’s Office – Regional Administration and Local Government (PO-RALG) and to the country’s 26 Regional Secretariats in order to build their capacity to implement local government PFM reforms as outlined in the PFMRP-V strategy, including training and skills transfer for staff in local government. The TAS should also help to build the capacity of both MoFP and PO-RALG to lead PFM reform, and to ensure relevant staff in central and local government have the skills to design, implement, operate and evaluate PFM systems.

    How to Apply

    Interested applicants must apply using DFID Supplier Portal.
    For more information, please visit https://supplierportal.dfid.gov.uk/selfservice/pages/public/supplier/publicbulletin/viewPublicNotice.cmd?bm90aWNlSWQ9NzMzNzA%3D
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