TUTORIAL ASSISTANT – PROCUREMENT AND LOGISTIC MANAGEMENT – 1 POST

TUTORIAL ASSISTANT – PROCUREMENT AND LOGISTIC MANAGEMENT – 1 POST

Employer: The Mwalimu Nyerere Memorial Academy (MNMA)
Date Published: 2018-12-17
Application Deadline: 2018-12-30

JOB SUMMARY:
N/A
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
i. To teach up to NTA Level 6 (Ordinary Diploma);
ii. To assist in conducting tutorial and practical exercises for students;
iii. To prepare learning resources for tutorial exercises;
iv. To assist in conducting research;
v. To carry out consultancy and community services under supervision; and
vi. To perform any other duties as assigned by Supervisor.

QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Holder of Bachelor Degree in Procurement and Logistic Management, Procurement and Supply Chain management or Materials Management from a recognized Institution. All Applicants must have a GPA of 3.5 or above on their Bachelor Degree.
REMUNERATION: Salary Scale Offered according to the Scheme

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TUTORIAL ASSISTANT – RECORDS AND ARCHIVES MANAGEMENT – 1 POST

TUTORIAL ASSISTANT – RECORDS AND ARCHIVES MANAGEMENT – 1 POST

Employer: The Mwalimu Nyerere Memorial Academy (MNMA)
Date Published: 2018-12-17
Application Deadline: 2018-12-30

JOB SUMMARY:
N/A
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
i. To teach up to NTA Level 6 (Ordinary Diploma);
ii. To assist in conducting tutorial and practical exercises for students;
iii. To prepare learning resources for tutorial exercises;
iv. To assist in conducting research;
v. To carry out consultancy and community services under supervision; and
vi. To perform any other duties as assigned by Supervisor.

QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Holder of Bachelor Degree in Public Administration in Records and Archives Management from a recognized Higher Learning Institution. All Applicants must have a GPA of 3.5 or above on their Bachelor Degree.
REMUNERATION: Salary Scale Offered according to the Scheme

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Loss Control Officer Jobs at Coca-Cola Tanzania

CAREER OPPORTUNITY

LOSS CONTROL OFFICER

Coca-Cola Kwanza Limited (CCK Ltd) is part of the only anchor bottler in Africa, (Coca-Cola Beverages Africa) in the Coca-Cola Company’s global franchise system. As a multinational company dealing in fast moving consumer products, we strive to maintain world class standards in every aspect of our business. In addition, we are also committed to train and develop Tanzanian citizens, and to this end we require the services of high caliber Tanzanians to provide a leading edge to our business.

LOSS CONTROL OFFICER

CCK Tanzania requires the services of a Loss Control Officer, to be based in Dar es Salaam. The incumbent will directly report to the Logistics Director.

The successful incumbent’s responsibilities will include:

  • Loss Control and Risk assessment. Analyze and Investigate system data from SAP for potential risks, Implementation of site security procedures. Internal and external incidents (such as frauds, thefts etc) investigation and evidence gathering. Prepare weekly/monthly security briefing reports for management review, Ensure that all staffs, contractors and visitors adhere to the company standard operating procedures, Monitor all goods movements, Monitoring CCTV remotely and internally, Responsible for repairs and maintenance of all security equipment. Training security staff on evacuation procedure. Health and safety Firefighting and first aid, risk and how to combat in their daily work routine, People management & development, Supervising external security companies at various company locations. Weekly meeting with security management on their performance of the contract and their staffs, Managing the company weight bridge according to Tanzania road laws.



Key requirements:

  • Certified Security Management Professional (CSMP), Must to have Military / Police background. Leadership skills, Attentive to details, Cooperative, Understanding SHE policies and procedures, Able to work with teams and Demonstrate high integrity and honest work environment, Computer skills with strong systems and SAP understanding along with Microsoft operating tools in Microsoft office applications. Ability to perform regular work correctly and in time without follow up and guidance, Analytical, Strong Understanding of manufacturing plant operations. Minimum 1 S years experience in Loss Control and Risk Management



All interested applicants please submit your applications to :

Coca-Cola Kwanza Ltd, HR Department, P.O. BOX 7813, Dar es Salaam, or

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email Saugustine@ccbagroup.co.tz

Only successfully candidates shall be contacted,

Closing date for all applications: 24 January, 2019

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Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange DSE Jobs

The Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange PLC (DSE) was established in 1996 as a company limited
by guarantee without share capital. DSE changed to a company limited by shares and was self-listed in July 2016.

The principal activity of the DSE is, among others, to provide a platform for trading, settlement and depository of listed securities and facilitate companies to raise capital via issuance of shares and bonds.

In order to enhance its governance and operational efficiency, DSE is looking for ambitious, highly motivated person with integrity and commitment to fill the following position:

Job Title: Trading and Market Operations Officer

Reporting to: Surveillance and Market Control Manager

Position Purpose:

The Trading and Market Operations Officer is mainly responsible for surveillance of market activities including automated monitoring and surveillance of securities transactions and communications.

Key Duties:

  • Carry out reconciliations with regard to trades from the prior day: check accuracy of trades and resolve any discrepancies;
  • Ensure trades settle correctly and resolve any discrepancies;
  • Conduct investigations related to securities transactions and holdings;
  • Conduct online market surveillance operations during trading sessions;
  • Conduct onsite inspection in coordination with Compliance team;
  • Prepare market trading report following securities trading activities;
  • Give support on trading operations, where necessary, to market participants;
  • Act as a backup trader and be able to facilitate trading responsibilities;
  • Set-up prime broker accounts, crosschecking market value and shares; and
  • Performs any other duties as may be assigned by Supervisor.




Minimum Academic Qualifications:

Holder of Degree in Economics, Accounting, ICT, Business Administration or its equivalent from a recognized institution;

Securities Markets Certification will be an added advantage.

Relevant Work Experience

Minimum of two (2) years working experience.

Required Skills & Competencies

Experience in any of the following areas: econometrics, statistical analysis, risk management & Compliance as well as regulatory and policy analysis;

Knowledge of Stock Exchange Systems and Processes, Economics and Business Accounting.

Remuneration:

Competitive remuneration package will be offered as per the DSE pay scales.

Mode of Application

All interested candidates are required to apply by attaching to their application: current curriculum vitae (CV), copies of academic certificates, full addresses including contact phone number, email address and two reference letters from referees who can testify to the applicant academic abilities, working experience and character.

Applications should be sent:

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Chief Executive Officer,
Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange PLC
3rd Floor, Kambarage House, 6 Ufukoni Street
P 0. Box 70081
DAR ES SALAAM

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Democratic Republic of the Congo: FARM Market & Value Chains Manager – DRC

Organization: Mercy Corps
Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo, United Republic of Tanzania, United States of America
Closing date: 11 Feb 2019

About Mercy Corps

Mercy Corps is a leading global organization powered by the belief that a better world is possible.
In disaster, in hardship, in more than 40 countries around the world, we partner to put bold solutions
into action — helping people triumph over adversity and build stronger communities from within.
Now, and for the future.

About Mercy Corps in the DRC

Mercy Corps is an international humanitarian and development Non-Governmental Organization which has been operating in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) since August 2007, with a staff of about 300 people. Mercy Corps' country office is located in Goma with field offices in Kitchanga, Kiwanja, (North Kivu) and Bukavu (South Kivu), and a representative office in Kinshasa.

Current Mercy Corps DRC activities in DRC focus on humanitarian and stabilization programming, in sectors of; WaSH and emergency cash-based assistance, food security, good governance and economic recovery programs, with an increasing shift towards transitional and integrated development programming.

Program / Department Summary

A Consortium composed of Mercy Corps (MC) and Search for Common Ground (SFCG), in cooperation with multiple local and international partners, are implementing the integrated Food Security and Inclusive Access to Resources for Conflict-Sensitive Market Development (FARM) program, which seeks to improve stability for men, women, boys and girls through improved land governance and access to land, as well as the development of a more efficient and inclusive market environment for over 250,000 direct and indirect beneficiaries, in the chiefdoms of Bashali (Masisi) and Bwisha (Rutshuru). FARM is a four years program funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Kigali, Rwanda, aligned with the International Stabilization Support Strategy (I4S), which paves the way for the stabilization of Eastern DRC.

General Position Summary

The Market and Value Chains Development Manager will be responsible for providing leadership, technical oversight and ensuring direct management for all activities related to FARM's Strategic Objective 2: Strengthen market systems and cooperation between value chain actors, with particular attention on improving agriculture markets and value-chain development. He/she will define implementation strategies in coordination with the Programme Director and the program's democratic dialogue processes, train staff, provide them with technical assistance; and ensure that common strategies and approaches are applied consistently in all communities through the development of manuals with detailed instructions for implementing activities. He/she will also keep abreast of the latest research and evolutions in the field of market/value chain development (specifically the MSD approach) and integrate new ideas and approaches as appropriate, seek additional technical assistance as needed from Mercy Corps headquarters or regional offices and ensure effective working relationships with collaborating agencies. The Manager will lead coordination with the FARM program's third-party technical lead on value chain and market systems development.

Essential Job Responsibilities

Program Management and Implementation:

  • Provide leadership and management of all aspects of SO2 activity design, planning, implementation, quality and accountability.
  • In coordination with the third-party technical lead, using an MSD approach, ensure that program implementation is responsive to communities and market development needs, consistent with Mercy Corps' relevant program guidelines, principles, value and quality standards.
  • Oversee all activities related to market/value chain development, entrepreneurship and youth specific community projects, ensuring that all staff are following workplans, activities are on schedule, and project deliverables are completed as planned.
  • Advise Team Leader and sector specialists on technical aspects of market/value chain development in a gender, age, conflict and ethnicity sensitive manner.
  • Ensure that program implementation is responsive to community needs and consistent with Mercy Corps' and technical guidelines.
  • In coordination with the country DMEL department, monitor the implementation of activities through regular field visits and assessments to ensure program quality and impact.
  • Together with the Program Director and S01 Manager design SBCC (social and behavior change) activities to address program goals including the promotion of gender and age equitable attitudes.
  • Advise on technical aspects of market/value chain development in SO1 (Land Access and Use) as needed.

Program Coordination/Representation

  • Support the Program Director to liaise with The Dutch Embassy in Kigali and Goma Representation and represent the program to other ISSSS aligned or funded programs, cooperating sponsors and other stakeholders.
  • Represent Mercy Corps at government, donor, NGO and other relevant events in the field (including the Clusters), in close coordination with the Program Director.
  • Coordinate activities with SO2 partners, sub-grantees, local government and other implementers, as well as with other Mercy Corps programs.
  • Identify, secure and maintain relevant partnerships to ensure successful program implementation, in line with MSD approach.

Finance, Compliance and Quality Management

  • Ensure program implementation is on time, target and budget, using effective M&E systems to reach desired impacts.
  • Create and maintain systems ensuring effective and transparent use of financial resources for timely and informative reporting in line with donor and Mercy Corps policies and procedures.
  • Provide technical and management support for the reporting requirements to the program.
  • Ensure that the FARM program has sufficient systems in place to meet program management standards and comply with donor regulations and good practice.
  • Ensure that the Program File for SO2 is kept up to date and meets minimum program management standards.
  • Support development and implementation of program policies, protocols and systems.
  • Work with program staff to integrate quality monitoring processes based on protocols into program implementation, including internal and external reviews of program quality.

Team Management Support

  • Build the capacity of DRC staff and local partners in the area of reporting to enable them to develop high quality reports and other documents.
  • Create and sustain a work environment of mutual respect where team members strive to achieve excellence.
  • Promote accountability, communicate expectations and provide constructive feedback via regular performance reviews.
  • Contribute to program team-building efforts, help team members identify problem solving options and build capacity related to market and value chain development.

Organizational Learning:

As 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.

Accountability to Beneficiaries:

Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts towards 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: Direct Supervisor to SO2 Team Leader

REPORTS DIRECTLY TO: Program Director – FARM

WORKS DIRECTLY WITH: Subgrants & Partnerships Manager, SO1 Manager, FARM M&E Team, program staff, finance, operations and program support staff.

KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE:

  • MA/Sc or equivalent experience in social science, management, international development or other relevant field;
  • 3-5 years relevant professional experience implementing value chain and / or market system development; agricultural or livelihood programs, preferably in insecure or transitional environments;
  • Flexibility, learning attitude, willingness to work with many iterations in program implementation;
  • Strong facilitation and consensus-building skills;
  • Experience in gender and youth integration;
  • Strong written and oral English preferred;
  • Experience managing national and international staff;
  • Familiarity and experience with Dutch regulations preferred;
  • Experience managing sub-grantees preferred;
  • Experience / skills managing programs in insecure regions required;
  • Demonstrated attention to detail, ability to follow procedures, meet deadlines and work independently and cooperatively with team members;
  • Experience in Africa, specifically DRC, preferred;
  • Patience, perseverance, initiative and a sense of humor required.
  • Fluency in written and spoken French required.

SUCCESS FACTORS:

The successful Market and Value Chains Development Manager will be familiar with the particular challenges of market development in Eastern Congo, including regional implications. He/she will have a strong combination of team leadership, coordination, experience in conflict sensitive development and implementing programs in contexts of insecurity. S/he will have familiarity with the procedures of the MSD approach, and the capacity to manage relationships with different levels of value chain actors, supporters and influencers including farmer organizations, inputs providers, microfinance institutions, traders, parastatal and civil society organizations as well as government ministries and institutions on a local level. The position requires an ability to think creatively about improving opportunities for inclusive market development to promote sustainable practices to achieve food security, contributing to increased stability. A heavy emphasis will be placed on coordination with other humanitarian actors implementing in the areas of intervention. A successful Market and Value Chains Development Manager will complete activities in a timely manner in accordance with Mercy Corps and donor procedures and guidelines.

Living Conditions / Environmental Conditions:

This position will be based in Goma (DRC). Accommodation will be provided in Goma within group housing. Goma is a provincial capital of over 700,000 inhabitants. Living in Goma is comfortable, although water and electricity can be unstable. There are different restaurants and leisure activities available.

While conditions in the country are improving, there are still pockets of violence and insecurity. Mercy Corps' sub-offices experience variable levels of insecurity, with the situation closely monitored by UN peacekeepers. Air travel is necessary to get from one end of the country to the other. Mobile phones and cellular service are widely available. Internet is available in all Mercy Corps offices. There are a number of health services available with evacuation options for serious illnesses. There's reasonable access to most consumer goods, although they can be expensive.

Mercy Corps team members represent the agency both during and outside work hours when deployed in a field posting or on a visit/TDY to a field posting. Team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner and respect local laws, customs and MC's policies, procedures, and values at all times and in all in-country venues.

Diversity is powerful. To achieve transformational change, we seek out team members with different origins, beliefs, backgrounds and ways of thinking. Diversity helps us unlock complexity.

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United Republic of Tanzania: Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor (Canadians Only)

Organization: Cuso International
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 30 Mar 2019

Location Dar es Salaam & Shinyanga, Tanzania

Start Date May – Jul 2019 (flexible)

Length of Placement 10 Months

Language Requirements English

Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents of Canada only

The Volunteer’s Role

As the Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor, you will play an important role in analyzing Cuso International’s current work in Access to Quality Health Services and Gender Quality & Social Inclusion in Dar es Salaam, Shinyanga, and other identified regions of Tanzania. You will be supporting Cuso International Tanzania’s Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning (MEAL) system and activities with respect to existing and future project work. As the Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor volunteer, you will utilize your MEAL skills to improve Cuso International Tanzania’s ability to identify key stakeholders and coordinate a more unified approach across organizations in its advocacy work.

This role will involve an initial period of research work at the Cuso International Tanzania office in Dar es Salaam to better familiarize yourself with Cuso International current project work and MEAL system before moving to a key region of focus, Shinyanga. When you will move to Shinyanga will be determined by the Cuso International Country Representative in Tanzania, however several weeks based in Dar es Salaam is likely to begin.

Once in Shinyanga, you will monitor and evaluate what activities stakeholders in health services and gender equality are doing and how Cuso International Tanzania can support them. This role will also involve researching possible donor possibilities for various organizations in the region and the development of concept notes for Cuso International to further expand. There will also be ongoing activities to support the Tanzania Country Representative in several MEAL-related initiatives, such as e-volunteering, knowledge management coordination, and improved communication among identified stakeholders.

Consider this dynamic role in 2 different parts of Tanzania as an excellent way to use your MEAL skills, as well as develop new skills and competencies.

Come join the dynamic Cuso International Tanzania team!

As a volunteer, you will:

  • Review of thematic project activities in health services & gender equality, as well as Cuso International strategic goals.

  • Support the development of the MEAL project including tools/templates.

  • Improve the coordination of knowledge management of existing health care and gender equality work being conducting in Dar es Salaam & Shinyanga.

  • Perform ongoing research in areas of program development in Shinyanga and nearby regions. Advise on appropriate software for MEAL data storage.

  • Support the Cuso International Country Representative in e-volunteering coordination, analysis of Cuso International strategic goals, and other activities needed on an ongoing basis.

Essential Academic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in business, economics, finance, women’s studies, social sciences or related field

  • Course work in qualitative and quantitative research method

Essential Professional Background:

  • 2 – 3 years’ work experience in Monitoring & Evaluation, and Community development

  • Experience mentoring and/or training in a cross-cultural setting

  • Experience in project coordination

Support Package

  • Modest monthly living allowance (varies depending country)

  • Accommodation while in placement

  • Return airfare and visa/work permit costs

  • Cost of required vaccinations, antimalarial medication and health insurance

  • Pre-departure training and in-country orientation

  • Travel and accommodation for reintegration debriefing weekend

  • Modest support for accompanying partners and dependents going on placement with you for 12 months or longer (Return flight, emergency medical insurance, vaccinations)

  • Access to Employee Assistance Program while in placement and upon return

  • Cuso International assessment day (Candidates must cover the first $200 of the most cost-effective travel expenses and all accommodation costs).

  • Travel and accommodation for the five-day pre-departure training course and for in-country orientation

  • Bonus: Additional return flight home or cash in lieu after 12 months of service for volunteers who extend for another 6 months

How to apply:

https://cusointl.org/2Cod1N9

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN TRAINEE. – 1 POST

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN TRAINEE. – 1 POST

Employer: The Mwalimu Nyerere Memorial Academy (MNMA)
Date Published: 2018-12-17
Application Deadline: 2018-12-30

JOB SUMMARY:
N/A
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
i. To teach up to NTA Level 6 (Ordinary Diploma);
ii. To assist in conducting tutorial and practical exercises for students;
iii. To prepare learning resources for tutorial exercises;
iv. To assist in conducting research;
v. To carry out consultancy and community services under supervision; and
vi. To perform any other duties as assigned by Supervisor.

QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Holder of Bachelor Degree in Library, Archives and Information Studies or any other related field from a recognized institution. All Applicants must have a GPA of 3.5 or above on their Bachelor Degree.
REMUNERATION: Salary Scale Offered according to the Scheme

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DRIVER IV, – 3 POST

DRIVER IV, – 3 POST

Employer: Ocean Road Cancer Institute (ORCI)
Date Published: 2018-12-17
Application Deadline: 2018-12-30

JOB SUMMARY:
N/A
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
i.Drive ORCI vehicles to approved destinations and in accordance with traffic regulations;
ii.Maintain motor vehicle log books according to laid down regulations;
iii.Provide transport services to both approved staff and patients;
iv. Check fuel, oil, water, tires, tool kit and the general state of the car before use;
v.Inspect vehicles for defects before and after trips and submitting report indicating vehicle condition to the reporting authority;
vi.Reporting promptly and accidents or incidents involving vehicle to the supervisor/ the traffic police;
vii.Checking to ensure that vehicle and goods are properly locked and secured at all times;
viii.Perform messenger duties such as dispatching and collecting documents/correspondences;
ix.Check preventive maintenance due dates and ensure that the vehicle is serviced as planned;
x.Checks validity of insurance, Motor Vehicle License and reports the same to the authority for necessary action;
xi.Carry out small repairs if the vehicle breaks down;
xii.Maintain Vehicle’s cleanliness and neatness; and
xiii.Perform any other duties as assigned by the supervisor/Superiors.

QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Possession of National Form IV Secondary Examination Certificate and Class C driving licence with not less than three (3) years’ experience.

REMUNERATION: Salary Scale OCEAN ROAD SCALE.

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The Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) Tanzania Jobs (2 Posts)

The Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) is a global community conservation organization that
advances the vision and work of Dr. Jane Goodall by conversing chimpanzees and inspiring communities to conserve the natural world we all share, we improve the lives of people, animals, and the environment, we strongly believe everything is connected and everyone can make a difference.
The Jane Goodall Institute Tanzania (JGI-TZ) is a reputable and rapidly expanding non-governmental organization committed to wildlife research, conservation. socio-economic development and environmental education. The Jane Goodall Institute Tanzania (JGI-TZ) was founded in 1977 by Dr. Jane Goodall. The JGI Tanzania with its partners – USAID and many others makes a difference through the landscape and community-centered conservation, chimpanzees research projects, environmental education to the young generation, the innovative use of science and technology, we work closely with local communities in Tanzania, inspiring hope through a collective power of individual action.

JGI Tanzania is currently seeking to recruit suitably qualified and competent Tanzanian to fill the following vacant positions below:


Job Vacancy: Behavior Change and Communication Specialist
Work Station: Kigoma
Reporting Line: Deputy Chief of Party
Deadline: 08th January, 2019

Job Overall Summary:
Behavior Change & Communication Specialist will work closely with the technical team (Project Officers) to ensure successful design and implementation of the LCWT behavior change campaign. The Job holder will work closely with M&E specialist and Project Officers to collect and document project implementation information and will be responsible for making sure that overall LCWT program progress is communicated in a timely and effective manner across all project partners and stakeholders.

The successful candidate must be a middle-level professional with a proven track record of successfully designing, implementing, and managing USAID-funded conservation projects in geographical locations similar to western Tanzania.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Main responsibilities will include, but not necessarily be limited to:

  • Responsible for LCWT communications activities: serve as the main technical support to LCWT Behavior Change Campaign;
  • Design conservation promotion campaigns using behavior change and social marketing best practices.
  • Facilitating designing and dissemination of behavior change and communication materials;
  • Oversee campaign implementation to ensure it is being delivered on time and in Ine with set objectives and allocated budget:
  • Develop an annual work plan, summary report and adaption plan for behavior change campaign
  • Work closely project staff, partners, external consultants to design campaign materials. events etc
  • Ensure sound campaign financial management including accurate and consistent budgeting, spending projections and financial reporting;
  • Work with LCWT M&E staff to design monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of behavior change and communication, produce reports and adaptation recommendations;
  • Create and implement LCWT Communications Plan with all related partners and project staff including written, electronic and visual content, such as Story of the Project Report, presentations, written briefs and other relevant communications materials;
  • Coordinate the media involvement and participation includingdrafting press releases, press briefings and organizing media coverage for events;
  • Monitor and record media coverage of LWCT Project and develop communication mechanisms to provide timely, and consistent project updates including media exposure and project visibility to key stakeholders and partners;
  • Ensure adherence to USAID’s Branding and Marking plan and obtain approval from USAID before media production;
  • Work with LCWT M&E staff in developing success stones and disseminating BCC materials for the target audience


Minimum Job Requirements & Qualifications:

  • At least Bachelor’s degree in mass communication, social marketing, sociology, behavior change, or other similar fields;
  • Proven experience implementing behavior change and social marketing campaigns aimed at promoting landscape conservation;
  • Proven experience of impacting target audience that resulted in modification of attitudes and values;
  • Extensive communication and presentation skills especially the ability to communicate with rural communities,
  • Working with multiple stakeholders and multidisciplinary project team;
  • Experience working in villages in Tanzania;
  • Excellent writing skills for social media and publications content are a must;
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural, multi-disciplinary, team environment;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills;
  • Experience in working with media or preferably a member of the media;
  • Fluent in English and excellent communications, presentation and inter-personnel skills;
  • Willingness to abide by JGI Values and Code of Conduct;
  • Ability to critically evaluate quantitative and qualitative data to inform campaign activities;
  • Fluency in English or Swahili languages;
  • Ability and willingness to travel to the remote field areas.


Application Procedure:
All applications should be submitted together with the most recent Curriculum Vitae (resume), copy of relevant certificates, testimonials, three names of reputable referees, day-time telephone number or e-mail address, and should be send to the following e-mail address: jgi-tanzania@janegoodall.or.tz.
Only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted for the interview.
JGI Tanzania is an equal opportunity employer and considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, national or tribal origin, religious belief, sexual orientation, and marital status.
Application Deadline: 2019-01-08

QUALIFIED WOMEN ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY


Job Vacancy: Finance Officer
Work Station: Kigoma
Reporting Line: Finance & Administration Manager
Deadline: 08th January, 2019

Job Overall Summary:
The primary role of the Finance Officer will be to assist the Finance & Administration Manager in the handling the day to day Finance and Administration activities for the program.
The Finance Officer shall support the implementation of the activities funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) as part of the LCWT program. The position bearer shall perform the services outlined below during the period of the fixed term contract

Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Main responsibilities will include, but not necessarily be limited to:

  • Serving as an active member of the JGI Finance department and in this regard is expected to unveil a high level of financial discipline in daily finance operations.
  • Working closely with Finance & Administration Manager to ensuring all payment requests are properly documented and processed and funds are timely disbursed in support of approved activities.
  • Organizing the procurement and maintenance of program materials, supplies, and equipment in accordance with JGI policies and procedures. GAAP and USAID requirements. Develop and implement program annual procurement plan with approval of the Program Director for such activities as maintenance, procurement or repair services.
  • Follow up on the activities and monitor advances balance of resource disbursed, periodically verify spending and availability of funds for the program and recommend for changes in the budget line if needed.
  • Perform in-depth variance analysis by comparing the variance report to the program activity plan and confer advice where applicable to the Finance & Administration Manager.
  • Prepare and submits periodic project financial reports to the Finance & Administration Manager.
  • Work with the Finance & Administration Manager to provide oversight on all issues related to the administration of the program activities.
  • Provide support on the preparation of annual and quarterly work plans and compare the same with the allocated budget to ensure smooth operation of the program.
  • Participate in the annual Audit and develop follow up an action plan and ensure the action plan and the audit recommendations are implemented.
  • Managing program logistics by coordinating the effective utilization of program motor vehicles and motor boats.
  • Keep records for aH important program documents.


Minimum Job Requirements & Qualifications:

  • At least Bachelor degree in Accounting and Finance. Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is an added advantage.
  • At least 5 years of experience working with NGOs, previous experience working with USAID funded programs in Finance & Administration will be an added advantage.
  • Basic knowledge and practice in material management.
  • Extensive expertise in managing finance and compliance aspects of USG funded programs.
  • Good interpersonal skills, including the ability to interface between JGI staff, local communities, local governments, and other partners, and the ability to provide clear and patient instruction
  • Excellent organizational and analytical skills.
  • Ability to work and support a productive team environment.
  • Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines.
  • Must be a person of unquestionable integrity.
  • Fluency in Swahili and English, both verbal and written. This position involves working with a wide range of people within the institution, local communities and local and international partners, including technical and non-technical colleagues.
  • Candidate must have the ability to write clear and concise reports.
  • Ability to take direction and work independently to deliver results.


Application Procedure:
All applications should be submitted together with the most recent Curriculum Vitae (resume), copy of relevant certificates, testimonials, three names of reputable referees, day-time telephone number or e-mail address, and should be send to the following


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e-mail address: jgi-tanzania@janegoodall.or.tz.
Only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted for the interview.
JGI Tanzania is an equal opportunity employer and considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, national or tribal origin, religious belief, sexual orientation, and marital status.
Application Deadline: 2019-01-08

QUALIFIED WOMEN ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY


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Internal Audit Assistant Jobs at THPS

Position: Internal Audit Assistant

Overview
Tanzania Health Promotion Support (THPS) is an indigenous NGO established under non governmental organization act No 24 of 2002 in 2011. THPS works in partnership with the Ministries of Health Community Development Gender Elderly and Children (MoHCDGEC) and Regional Administration and Local Governments (PORALG) with a goal of ensuring accessible high-quality health care services to Tanzanians; through strengthening of health systems for quality health services including comprehensive HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care, Support and Treatment in Pwani and Kigoma regions.

This internship/volunteer program is designed to provide fresh graduates from college and university with an opportunity to learn and exercise the practical experiences of what they have learned while studying. This attachment will be for a 3 to 6 months period.

Attached below are the terms and principle responsibilities;

Terms and Conditions
All applicants must be

  1. Tanzanian citizens
  2. Recent undergraduates
  3. Pursued a degree in Accounting or related field from a reputable college or university. CPA holder will be an added advantage.
  4. Interested applicants should send an email to hr.thps@gmail.com, by 11th January 2019 with a subject line Internal Audit Assistant and attach application cover letter one-page maximum indicating their learning objectives or which competency s/he expects to gain and a four pages CV maximum.
  5. The successful candidate will receive a monthly stipend in accordance with the THPS’s internship guidelines.
  6. The intern will be under the leadership of a supervisor who will be mentoring the individual
  7. The intern will be required to produce a monthly report detailing accomplishments, the proposed plan for follow up and provide lesson learned at the end of the attachment.
  8. No expectancy of the employment with THPS at the end of the attachment




Principal duties and responsibilities:

  • The intern will provide advice to internal compliance manager of any new risks to which THPS may be exposed, operational risks, financial, currency, political risks etc.
  • Contribute to ensuring that financial controls and other assurance processes and activities are appropriate and robust throughout THPS.
  • Understand and conduct test of controls on a monthly basis on Procurement process through examination and review of documentation to identify gaps and key control issues for earlier mitigation.
  • To provide assurance on the effectiveness of internal controls over Sub-recipients management for helping achieve uniformity, quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of operations. This will involve the Intern to visit sub-recipients in person to check whether they comply with terms and conditions as contracted with THPS on a quarterly basis.
  • To verify whether all medical facilities procured during the quarter have been distributed to intended sites. This will involve sites visiting to physically verify the items.
  • Conduct site visits to check whether supported health facilities patient care is provided to at least an appropriate ratio. This may involve traveling with program officials during supervision works to see whether the objective is achieved or not.
  • Review and analyze program budgets to check whether they conform to THPS activities and all the budgeted activities are fully implemented. This will go down to reviewing payment documents for all expenses incurred.
  • To evidence training conducted by THPS across the regions and check whether participants to these training gather knowledge to support THPS initiatives, are correctly compensated as to days and hours spent on training, ghost participants are not included in the list for payments etc.
  • On a quarterly basis, conduct physical verification of some sampled assets from the Headquarter to the regions.
  • To check whether assets are coded with a unique number for easier identification.
  • Whether assets are properly used by the Organization and not subject to any impairment.
  • With the guidance of Internal Compliance manager, check whether THPS complies with existing tax laws and donor-specific tax instructions. On a monthly basis, to check whether THPS computes properly all statutory contributions and submit them on time. This may involve payments of PAYE, WCF etc.
  • Any other ad-hoc responsibility as assigned by the Internal Compliance manager or THPS Top management.

Apply Online Through


E: hr.thps@gmail.com

Location: Tanzania
Job Title: Internal Audit Assistant
Application Deadline: 2019-01-11

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