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Job Opportunity at EWURA, Senior Records Management Officer

EwuraSenior Records Management Officer ; ;

The Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) is an independent, World-Class Regulatory Authority responsible for licensing, tariff setting and quality of service regulation of the Electricity, Petroleum, Natural Gas and Water sectors. EWURA has the following vacancies for which suitably qualified Tanzanians are invited to apply.

Post Title: ;Senior Records Management Officer

Duty Station: ; ;EWURA Head Office – Dodoma

Reports to: Human Resources & Administration Manager

Senior Records Management Officer will be responsible for monitoring records by ensuring its proper maintenance and retrieval.

Duties and Responsibilities:

To assist in managing all aspects of the registry functions, which includes.

Management of both electronic and physical public registers, open and confidential registry and library.

To supervise receipt, recording and filling of incoming and outgoing mails.

To keep public register, registry and library records in various forms.

To prepare and ensuring proper record management of files and other documents.

To establish and maintain appropriate information systems for keeping track of file movements.

To ensure information required by other officers is delivered in time.

To establish and maintaining library information system which shall include public and staff catalogue and archive materials.

To effectively supervise and guide staff member(s) reporting to the job position.

To undertake any other duties as assigned by the supervisor. ;

Academic Qualifications and Experience
The ideal candidate for this position should have the following qualifications and experience.

Bachelor’s degree in records management, archive or library management.

Master’s degree in relevant field will be an added advantage.

Registration with a recognized professional body will be an added advantage.

Knowledge and Competence in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) application.

Possession of at least five (5) years’ work experience in the field.

Tenure and Remuneration

A competitive salary will be offered to the right candidates for the posts.
EWURA is an equal opportunity employer.
Staff will be employed on permanent and pensionable terms.

Mode of Application

Application letter with Curriculum Vitae (CV) including e-mail address or day time contact telephone number, together with photocopies of certificates and transcripts (certificates from Foreign Universities should be verified by The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU), Birth certificate, one passport size photo and names and contacts of three referees should be addressed to reach the under-mentioned by 25th October,2019.

All electronic applications should be channelled through ; ;while hardcopies should be physically submitted to the Director General, EWURA Headquarters in Dodoma.

Only short-listed candidates meeting the above criteria will be invited for interview. Lobbying and canvassing for employment will not be entertained and may work to the candidate’s disadvantage. Application letter should be addressed to:

The Director General,

Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA)
4th Floor, LAPF House Makole Road,

P O Box 2857 DODOMA

Ministry of Education:Government Teaching Job Opportunities

The Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar
New Government Teachers Job Vacancies at Ministry of Education – SMZ | Deadline: 15th October, 2019
The Office of the President – Public Service and Good Governance is created after the general elections held on March 20, 2016 and is responsible for addressing two main sectors: Public Service and Good Governance. In the case of Public Service, there are six institutions of the Public Service Commission, Public Service Commission, Department of Information and Technology (Government Network), Human Resources Department, Organizational Structures, Human Resources and Human Resources. and the Public Administration College.

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In the case of good governance, it includes four institutions, the Department of Good Governance, Corruption Authority and Economic Disaster in Zanzibar, the Ethics Leadership Commission and the Office of the Controller and Auditor General. These two sectors are linked to the following departments: Human Resources, Department of Planning, Policy and Research as well as Central Pemba Office.

We Announce new Government Teachers Jobs at Ministry of Education. To see all jobs and details please download full advert in SWAHILI PDF File through the link below:


Association and CPA Global Startup Accelerator Programme 2020 for Accounting Professionals (Up to US$25,000 in funding)

The Association of International Certified Professional Accountants (the Association), the global accounting organisation formed by CIMA and the AIPCA, and invite applications for their joint Global Startup Accelerator Programme, which focuses on innovation in accounting, finance and regulatory technology. The accelerator has attracted interest from early-stage companies in 14 countries since it launched in 2017.

The Association and Startup Accelerator helps grow startups throughout the accounting ecosystem so they can help transform the profession. Our aim is to strengthen the ability of individual accountants and finance teams to be the go-to analysts, strategists and consultants that are indispensable to organizations across the globe.

Companies that are chosen will be featured next June at AICPA ENGAGE, one of the leading accounting and finance conferences in North America, and in December 2020 at the AICPA/ Digital CPA Conference, which specialises in accounting technology and practice development topics.

Successful applicants for the programme’s third class can tap the expertise of senior leadership of both the Association and, as well as an accomplished advisory group with diverse backgrounds in entrepreneurship, accounting and finance. They also gain access to Certified Public Accountants (CPA) firm leaders, Chartered Global Management Accountants (CGMAs) in major companies, and other influencers within the profession.


They’re focused on two specific themes, both of which ultimately help the profession perform and add value at a higher level:

AccounTech — Tools and platforms that improve efficiencies for accounting and finance professionals as well as advanced technologies that enable firms to shift their focus to value-added advisory services.
RegTech — Technologies that facilitate the delivery of regulatory requirements and help businesses meet the challenges of regulatory monitoring, reporting, compliance, risk management and fraud detection.


Funding: Selected startups will be offered $25,000 each, subject to agreement of commercial terms, to work with the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants and as part of this year’s accelerator cohort. Commercial terms are previewed in the sample convertible promissory note and memorandum of understanding.
Access: Startups will be given access to the profession including to members, firms, press, and other customers that can help their businesses grow.
Knowledge: They will provide unmatched subject-matter expertise, coaching, mentorship, and knowledge about the profession to help each selected startup refine its value proposition, scale and grow.


The startup accelerator programme is open to entrepreneurial companies worldwide. Companies in South Africa and across Africa are encouraged to enter.
To be eligible, companies should be:

  • At seed or pre-Series A stage (with some exceptions)
  • Have a working product or service
  • Focused on accounting technology or regulatory technology solutions


  • November 30, 2019 – applications due – Apply now!
  • December 18/19, 2019 (virtual; dates tentative) – Select applicants will be invited to pitch to Association and executives. Up to five startups will subsequently be selected for the cohort.
  • January 2020 – announcement of the new cohort. Upon selection, the full accelerator program is ~6 months.
  • February 2020 (NYC) – The cohort will convene in-person for two days of learning and mentoring. The Advisory Panel and applicable Association executives will attend this session.
  • February – June 2020 (virtual and in person) – ongoing coaching calls and meetings with each startup to provide guidance, expertise, access to applicable channels, learning, and feedback on growth plans and progress.
  • June 2020 (Las Vegas) – The cohort will have an opportunity to present at ENGAGE 2020, North America’s premier accounting conference.
  • December 2020 – Showcase at Digital CPA, the leading conference for practitioners curious about technology and its impact on the accounting landscape.

For questions about the programme, please contact Mark Brooks, the Association’s associate director of innovation and strategic partnerships,via email, or Kacee Johnson, strategic advisor for, via email
Click here to apply.
For more information, visit Association and CPA.

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

Deadline: November 3, 2019

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

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


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

Fellows – but not their dependents – receive:

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


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

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

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


New Careers at Abt Associates

Technical Specialist / Health Financing Specialist

Organization Overview
The International Development Division focuses on improving the lives and economic well-being of people in lower and middle-income countries. We command technical expertise in health, agriculture, climate change, food security and governance—as well as in international evaluation. Our multi-layered health portfolio includes policy, health promotion and disease prevention, health finance, and health systems management. In partnership with government clients and local experts, our high-quality programs in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East are known for impact and innovation.

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The USAID-funded PS3 Activity in Tanzania promotes the delivery, quality and use of public services, particularly for underserved populations. PS3 strengthens the Local Government Authority systems to promote inclusive and evidence-based planning and the management and implementation of services across sectors, including health, education and agriculture. PS3 focuses on extending interoperable systems, money and public workers to facilities to improve their autonomy, transparency, accountability and efficiency so they can provide high quality services to Tanzania’s citizens.
The Health Financing Specialist (HFS) will work under the supervision of the PS3 Finance Technical Lead. The HFS will lead activities to strengthen health financing at the national, regional and LGA levels. The HFS will be based in Dar es Salaam but will be expected to travel to other locations up to 30% of the time.
Key Roles and Responsibilities

  • Engage in national level policy dialogue on a variety of health financing topics, particularly those leading towards Single National Health Insurance, and participate in the Health Financing Technical Working Group
  • Provide technical assistance to develop the hospital accounting system, including for the development of hospital cost accounting, case classification, relative weights, simulate, CM/IS
  • Provide technical assistance to refine primary health care per capita provider payment system, harmonize health basket fund & iCHF, automate and integrate into NHIF
  • Support unique aspects of results based financing (e.g. payment, data quality) and integrate into direct health facility financing
  • Engage in dialogue on the implementation and refinement of the direct health facility financing management and monitoring framework
  • Provide technical assistance and support the health financing aspects of integrating key information systems, including Muungano Gateway & HIM, GOTHOMIS, HMIS, eLMIS, and NHIF, MSD Epicor 9 and FFARS, HICM/IS
  • Support resource tracking, including National Health Accounts
  • Analyze cost data in interoperable systems, and feedback into refining policy and provider payment systems
  • Support umbrella activity harmonizing spending guidelines to reduce funds flow fragmentation, remove public financial management rigidities to enable health facilities to better procure inputs to deliver service outputs and move to single national health insurance
  • Provide user support for PlanRep and FFARS and mentor stakeholders on DHFF procurement and financial management

Preferred Skills / Prerequisites

  • Degree in Public Health, Public Affairs, Supply Chain or other relevant field, Masters or Doctorate Degree preferred
  • At least 6 years of relevant professional experience, preferably in a government or donor-supported project environment
  • Background in health financing and resource mobilization
  • Experience in using/applying costing models/tools
  • Experience in developing and/or implementing result-based financing models
  • Ability to independently plan and execute complex tasks, and work in close collaboration with other steam members
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, initiative, and good judgment
  • Advanced written/oral skills in English and Kiswahili
  • Computer literacy (MS Office)
  • Knowledge of commodities supply chain management is desirable

Minimum Qualifications

  • (8+) years of experience and a master degree OR the equivalent combination of education and experience

Disclaimer: Abt Associates will never ask candidates for money in exchange for an offer of employment.
Abt Associates is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer committed to fostering a diverse workforce. Abt Associates provides market-competitive salaries and comprehensive employee benefits. Local candidates strongly encouraged to apply.


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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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

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

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


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


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

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

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

Peer Education in both PMTCT and CTC

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

Clinical adherence support

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


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

How to apply:
Interested applicants should send their application cover letter one-page maximum and CV four pages maximum to ( by October 19th 2019 with a subject line for example: NHLS Project Coordinator. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Please do not attach any certificates when submitting online.
THPS is an equal opportunity employer; Women, People Living with HIV/AIDS and People with Disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Recently Asked HR Interview Question Answer and Tips – What would your first 30, 60, or 90 days look like in this role?


Start by explaining what you’d need to do to get ramped up. What information would you need? What parts of the company would you need to familiarize yourself with? What other employees would you want to sit down with? Next, choose a couple of areas where you think you can make meaningful contributions right away. (e.g., “I think a great starter project would be diving into your email marketing campaigns and setting up a tracking system for them.”) Sure, if you get the job, you (or your new employer) might decide there’s a better starting place, but having an answer prepared will show the interviewer where you can add immediate impact—and that you’re excited to get started.

30 60 90 day plans should be divided into segments–

Your first 30 days, ;which are usually focused on training and getting to know everyone (co-workers, other departments, customers, etc.)

The next 30 days ;(the 60-day part), ;which is usually the getting-up-to-speed portion, as well as getting feedback on your progress
The last 30 days ;(the 90-day part), ;which is where you set goals for accomplishing on your own (like going after new business, starting new projects, establishing new procedures, making improvements, increasing efficiency, or otherwise contributing to the growth of the company)

;If answering this interview question from an entry-level position:

– Describe how you will best utilize your training
– ;Focus on how you plan to build relationships with your coworkers
– Outline skills and experience that you would hope to put into practice
– If you are a manager or higher, you have a more extensive background.

If your position involves a team working under you:

– Go into detail about how you intend to interact with your new employees
– Talk about what steps you would take to gain their trust and respect
– Delineate a few specific teamworking goals relevant to the position
– This is essential for any manager’s success as you are only as good as the production of your team.

Understand what’s expected during the first three months on the job.
First, let’s take a look at what this question is actually asking. Why the numbers 30, 60 and 90? These numbers correspond to standard cut-offs for your first three months on the job—30 days, 60 days or 90 days. Interviewers ask this question for a number of reasons. They want to see how you think about ramping up in your new role, how fast you’ll complete the onboarding process and what types of goals and standards you hold yourself to, especially in a new environment.

This onboarding period may seem daunting, but it can be an exciting time, too. You will learn a lot about your duties, your supervisor, company culture and workplace etiquette. You also will learn a lot about yourself and how you fit into the larger organization.

Do your research.
Even if you’ve had an internship in the field before, you can’t really know what a job entails until you’ve worked full-time in the role. That doesn’t mean you can’t do your research to get a fuller picture. Here are some ideas for where to look for a dose of realism (and some healthy inspiration):

Job listings—Do a quick Google search for similar roles and titles to get a sense of what those responsibilities look like.
Employee resumes—Perusing the online resumes of young professionals in your intended field can be invaluable. Resumes provide more in-depth information than company profiles and bios. Again, start with people who are just a couple of years more experienced than you to see what they’ve accomplished.
Talk to someone—Arrange an informal meeting with someone in your intended field, preferably someone around your age and experience level. Explain that you would like to get started in the industry and have questions about what to reasonably expect during the first three months and the rest of the first year on the job.
Prepare your answer by outlining your goals for each month.
After you’ve studied up on what you may be doing at your job, think about what you can realistically accomplish during this initial period. What kinds of concrete goals can you set? What projects are you excited to take on? If possible, stick to quantifiable results. Then practice your answer to the interview question. Try to condense your response to 3-4 sentences.

Sample Answer: ;“In addition to getting to know the team and getting fully up to speed with the role, there’s a lot I want to accomplish during my first three months in the role of editor. During my first 30 days, I want to get a sense of our blog’s editorial goals and use those to create a new blog design. After 60 days, I want our blog redesign launched and to have at least 50 contributors writing for the website. After 90 days, I want to switch the efforts from building the team to tracking growth, and I’m hoping that we can have 100,000 unique visitors by then through utilizing our marketing channels and those of our contributors.”

Always have a backup answer ready.
If you don’t a clear idea of the exact goals for the position or what you would like to accomplish, there are some things you can touch on that are relevant for almost any role. This can serve as your backup answer and you should always have one ready.

Sample Answer: ;“Within 30 days, I plan to get to know the people I’ll be working with the most and to be comfortable with them. Within 60 days, I plan to have a solid understanding of the industry, the company and the competitive landscape so that I can hold my own in any conversation about the company. Within 90 days, I plan to meet the goals that have been set for me.”

Nafasi za kazi-Mkombozi Bank, Managing Director


EPORTS TO: The Board of Directors


Position Objectives

The Managing Director shall be the Chief Executive Officer, responsible for the day-to-day management of the bank, for provision of a dynamic and strategic leadership, vision and direction of the bank, ensuring appropriate outreach, growth and profitability while providing high-quality and transformational services. He or She shall be appointed by the Board of Directors.

Duties and Responsibilities

A successful applicant will be responsible for, but not limited to the following duties:

  • Provide leadership in the provision of effective and efficient operations across the banks network;
  • Formulating and implementing the bank’s vision, mission and strategic direction in consultation with the board of directors;
  • Leading in the development, implementation and evaluation of the Bank’s strategic plans in line with stakeholders expectations;
  • Building relevant organizational capacity to deliver on strategy by leading, guiding, directing and evaluating the work of Senior Management staff;
  • Optimizing returns to shareholders through operational growth and effective capital management;
  • Achieving operational results for all key metrics in line with the annual business budget and plans;
  • Coordinate, propose and implement the delivery of technology based solutions which enable and support all aspects of the bank’s business plan in a timely and cost effective manner;
  • Establish, implement and enforce a robust bank-wide risk management framework and systems (policies, processes and tools) covering operational risk, market risk, credit risk and other risks;
  • Building internal and external strategic partnerships while liaising with relevant stakeholders to ensure that the Bank operates in a conducive environment;
  • Formulating and implementing best-practice management principles while fostering a corporate culture that promotes ethics and sound corporate governance.
  • Maintaining a conducive work environment, suitable for attracting, developing and retaining a dynamic and competent workforce;
  • Ensuring effective public relations and enhancing the company’s corporate image with all stakeholders and partners; and
  • Carry out other related duties as may be assigned by the Board from time to time.

Key Qualifications, Experience and Competencies

  • A Master’s degree in a Business-related field, especially Banking and Financial Institutions/Serves, or Corporate Finance and Investment, or Strategic Management, or Business Economics, or Business Management/Administration, or Accounting, or Business/lnvestment Law or other related disciplines from recognized university or institution; a PhD will be an added advantage.
  • Being a member of the Chartered Institute of Bankers (CIB), or Certified Professional Banker (CPB), or National Board of Accountants and Auditors (NBAA) or Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) or other professional Business related international/national membership is an added advantageAt least 10 years’ experience at executive management level within a growing banking and/or financial institution organization; with demonstrable positive experience in leadership and strategic management.
  • Demonstrated record of growth and new business development experience;
  • Excellent understanding of the commercial and financial services business; and good financial management and reporting experience;
  • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, risk and conflict management skills; Excellent people leadership and management skills;
  • Willingness to live and practice the core values of the bank including the bank’s;
  • Self-driven and results-oriented, ability to work conscientiously independently, efficiently and effectively; High level of integrity and honesty;
  • Proven record of creating and maintaining lucrative external relations

Reporting relationship

The Managing Director shall be reporting to the Board of Directors, and will also be expected to report to the Permanent Council of Tanzania Episcopal Conference (TEC).


MKCB offers an attractive, competitive and negotiable remuneration package and benefits for this position.


Interested candidates should send their CV with a cover letter explaining why they are suitable for the post. Submissions can be sent electronically to  Board Chairperson through email address or dropped physically or by post in the address below:

The Company Secretary,

Mkombozi Commercial Bank Pic,

Plot No. 40 Mansfield Street,

Behind St. Joseph’s Cathedral,

P.O. Box 38448,

DAR ES SALAAM. Deadline is: 4 p.m. Monday 21st October, 2019. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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The religious Superiors of the congregations working in Tanzania agreed early on with the Salvatorian Mission Superior, Fr. Andrew Urbanski, SDS, that there was need for an Institution of Higher Education for their Religious members – especially for those who felt a calling to the presbyteral ministry.
To the great satisfaction of all concerned, preparations for such an institution began at Kola, in the town of Morogoro in Tanzania. Discussions concerning this project were initiated at the annual meeting of the Religious Superiors Association in Tanzania (RSAT) in 1988. Some time later it was clear that there was a need to have both a Philosophical and a Theological Department at the proposed institution.

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On December 11, 1990, the Mission Chapter of the Salvatorian Mission in Tanzania agreed to work towards the organization of the Salvatorian Major Seminary in both philosophy and theology. It was decided that the Seminary’s patron would be the Founder of the Salvatorians, Fr. Francis Mary of the Cross Jordan. Permission was obtained by the Salvatorians in Tanzania to sponsor the project.
The Rt. Rev. Bishop Adrian Mkoba, Ordinary of the Morogoro Diocese (on February 22, 1988), and the Rt. Reverend Archbishop Anthony Mayala, then Chairman of the Tanzania Episcopal Conference (in his letter of March 2 of that year) on behalf of the Conference, gave the respective nihil obstat and their blessings. On September 2, 1990, the Holy Father, Pope John Paul II, blessed the cornerstone of this Seminary at his meeting with the clergy and religious, during his pastoral visit in St. Peter’s Church, Dar es Salaam.
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NYU-CBA Virginia B. Toulmin Fellowship 2020-2021 for Women Leaders in Dance (Fully-funded)

Deadline: November 1, 2019
Applications for the NYU-CBA Virginia B. Toulmin Fellowship 2020-2021 for Women Leaders in Dance are now open. The Virginia B. Toulmin Fellowship for Women Leaders in Dance is a unique fellowship designed for women choreographers and composers that promotes broader gender equity in the field of dance.

These fellows work on projects that expand the way we think about the history, practice, and performance of dance. There is no expectation of a finished product. CBA Fellows are encouraged to ask questions and take risks. They gain colleagues they would not otherwise encounter. These engagements between artists and scholars, two communities that do not often intersect, strengthen and deepen the work of both.

The residency must occur during the NYU academic year (September 2020 – May 2021). Award durations vary by fellow and project needs. Applicants may request the amount of time that fits the project scope, between one month to one academic year.

Fellowship awards include:

  • $2,500 per week
  • Use of Center dance studio, offices, and conference rooms
  • Housing, as needed and available
  • Round trip transportation to and from New York City
  • J-1 visa facilitation


  • Open to artist pursuing an original project related to dance and/or its related arts and sciences.
  • Applicants must show exceptional promise and/or have demonstrated significant accomplishments in their field.
  • Dance expertise is not required.
  • Students (as of September 2020) are not eligible.
  • The CBA Fellowship Program does not support:
  • Projects in arts administration
  • Projects focused on the applicant’s personal memoir or autobiography
  • Projects involving giving dance classes as part of the research plan
  • Projects reviewing prior work, such as:
  • editing, digitizing, or organizing archives
  • editing films or book anthologies


  • Work at CBA for the majority of your residency.
  • Present your work to current and alumni fellows.
  • Attend CBA events, including weekly fellow seminars and CBA’s public programs.
  • Be willing to give and receive feedback, collaborate, and otherwise engage with your fellows cohort.
  • Submit feedback on your fellowship as requested.
  • Note: At this time, The Center cannot commit to additional funding for collaborators. If a fellow decides to work with collaborators (e.g. designers, musicians, dancers, etc.), the fellow is expected to pay those collaborators out of his or her own fellowship.


  • The application should reflect the applicant’s genuine aspirations and expertise. They expect scholars and artists to each demonstrate different strengths that are reflective of their training. Project proposals are not required to involve both scholarly and artistic inquiry. Successful proposals will focus on the project’s essential research questions.
  • All materials must be submitted through the online platform by November 1, 2019 at 5:00pm EST. All materials must be in English.

Components include:

  • Online application form
  • Biographical details (including a 200-word bio)
  • Preferred residency dates
  • Brief project description (100 words) that explains how the project aligns with CBA’s mission
  • Project proposal (1200 words) that clearly and efficiently states:
  • What the project is
  • Why the project matters to the field of dance (what challenges or gaps does it address?)
  • Curriculum Vitae or Resume (up to 4 pages)
  • Two (2) work samples that best represent the applicant’s work
  • Documents may be up to 20 pages
  • Videos may be up to 10 minutes
  • Accepted formats: AVI, JPEG, MP3, MP4, PDF, Vimeo or YouTube link, WAV
  • They do not accept compilations or sizzle reels
  • Two (2) letters of recommendation
  • Ideal referees will address the applicant’s scholarly or artistic promise and their ability to contribute to the diverse NYU community.
  • Referees may not be a collaborator that the applicant lists in the project proposal

Click here to apply
For more information, visit Virginia B. Toulmin Fellowship.