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JOBS AT TANROADS- TANZANIA

The Tanzania National Roads Agency (TANROADS) for and on behalf of the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania entered into a Contract for the Upgrading of Loliondo – Mto wa Mbu Road to Bitumen Standard, Lot 1: Wasso – Sale Junction Section (49 km). The Contract period is 36 months including Defects Liability Period of 12 months.
The Regional Manager’s Office TANROADS – Arusha, on behalf of the Chief Executive, TANROADS, intends to recruit qualified and competent Staff to fill the following vacant posts on specific duties short-terms contracts within the Region.
Successful applicants must be ready to work for considerable lengths of time in Loliondo District within the project area if situations warrants.
1.0: POSITION TITTLE: HIGHWAY ENGINEER (1 POST)
Educational/Professional qualifications:-
Must have a Bachelor Degree in civil or highway engineering or equivalent from any recognized Higher Learning Institution/ colleges;
Registered as Professional Engineer with ERB
A postgraduate qualification in highway engineering and experience in contract administration under FIDIC/PPRA Condition of contract is an added advantage
A National Form IV/VI certificate;
Computer literate;
Work Experience:
At least 10years cumulative experience related to road design and construction;
Served Similar Capacity for at least Three (3) project for construction roads of similar magnitude and complexity in Sub -Sahara Counties for the last ten (10) Years
Shall comprise road surveys, construction of pavement structure, measuring of quantities and management of site operation.
Self motivation, able to work under pressure outside working hours with minimum supervision;
Fluent in English is mandatory;
Age Limit: 35 years and above.
2.0: POSITION TITTLE: MATERIAL ENGINEER (1 POST)
Educational/Professional qualifications:-
Must have a Bachelor Degree in civil, pavement or material engineering from any recognized Higher Learning InstitUtion/ colleges;
Registered as Professional Engineer with ERB
A postgraduate qualification in Pavement or Materials engineering and experience in contract administration under FIDIC/PPRA Condition of contract is an added advantage
A National Form IV/VI certificate;
Computer literate;
Work Experience:
At least 10 years of specific experience in Pavement/Materials related to road design and construction;
Served in a similar Capacity on at least Two (2) project for road construction project of similar magnitude in the last ten (10) Years;
He/She must have a working experience of at least 3 years in Sub – Sahara Counties;
Shall Head the site staff and shall be responsible for all technical and administrative aspect on site.
Self motivation, able to work under pressure outside working hours with minimum supervision;
Fluent in English is mandatory;
Age Limit: 35 years and above.
3.0: POSITION TITTLE: STRUCTURE /DRAINAGE ENGINEER (1 POST)
Educational/Professional qualifications:-
Must have a Bachelor Degree in civil, bridge or structural engineering or equivalent from any recognized Higher Learning Institution/colleges;
Registered as Professional Engineer with ERB
A postgraduate qualification in civil engineering or highway engineering and experience in contract administration under FIDIC/PPRA Condition of contract is an added advantage
A National Form IV/VI certificate; v. Computer literate;
Work Experience: At least 10 years cumulative experience related to road/ Bridge design and construction;
Served as a structure/drainage Engineer for at least Two (2) road project of similar magnitude and complexity in the last ten (10) Years:
He/She must have a working experience of at least 3 years in Sub – Sahara Counties;
Shall Head the site staff and shall be responsible for ensuring the bridges and other drainage structures are constructed according to design and conform to the contract specifications.
Self motivation, able to work under pressure outside working hours with minimum supervision;
Proficiency in written and spoken English is mandatory;
Age Limit: 35 years and above.
4.0: POSITION TITTLE: TOPOGRAPHICAL/ LAND SURVEYOR (1 POST)
Educational/Professional qualifications:-
He/She must have a advance diploma in land surveying or equivalent from any recognized Higher Learning Institution/ colleges;
He/she must be a Registered Land surveyor
A National Form IV/VI certificate;
Computer literate:
Work Experience:
At least eight (8) experience of conducting surveying works;
Served as a Topographical/Land Surveyor in at least two (2) road construction project of the similar magnitude and complexity in the last eight (8) years;
He/she must have a working experience of at least 3 year in Sub – Sahara Counties;
Proficiency in written and spoken English is mandatory;
Age Limit: 30 years and above.
5.0: POSITION TITTLE: Works Inspector- Road Works (2 POST)
Educational/Professional qualifications:-
Must have a Bachelor Degree in civil engineering or equivalent from any recognized Higher Learning Institution/colleges;
Registered as Graduate/Professional Engineer with ERB
A National Form IV/VI certificate;
Computer literate;
Work Experience:
At least 3 years cumulative experience related to road/ Bridge design and construction;
Served as a Works Inspector or an equivalent Capacity on at least Three (3) years in road construction project of similar magnitude and complexity
Self motivation, able to work under pressure hours with minimum supervision;
Fluent in English is mandatory;
Must be a Tanzanian Citizen;
Age Limit: 25 years and above.
6.0: POSITION TITTLE: Works Inspector – Drainage and structure (1 POST)
Educational/Professional qualifications:-
Must have a Bachelor Degree in civil engineering or equivalent from any recognized Higher Learning Institution/colleges;
Registered as Graduate/Professional Engineer with ERB A National Form IV/VI certificate;
Computer literate;
Work Experience:
At least 3 years cumulative experience related to road/Bridge design and construction;
Served as a Works Inspector or an equivalent Capacity on at least Three (3) years in road construction project of similar magnitude and complexity Self motivation, able to work under pressure outside working hours with minimum supervision;
Proficiency in written and spoken English is mandatory;
Must be a Tanzanian Citizen;
Age Limit: 25 years and above.
7.0: POSITION TITTLE Material Technician (2 POST)

Educational/Professional qualifications:-
Must have a Full Technician Certificate or Diploma In civil engineering or equivalent from any recognized Learning Institution/colleges;
A National Form IV/VI certificate;
Computer literate;
Work Experience:
At least 3 years cumulative experience related to road/ Bridge design and construction;
Served as a Pavement/Material Technician or an equivalent Capacity on at least Three (3) in road construction project of similar magnitude and complexity
Self motivation, able to work under pressure outside working hours with minimum supervision;
Proficiency in spoke and written English is mandatory;
Must be a Tanzanian Citizen;
Age Limit: 25 years and above.
8.0: POSITION TITTLE: Assistant Surveyor (1 POST)
Educational/Professional qualifications:-
Must have a diploma in land surveying or equivalent from any recognized Higher Learning Institution/colleges;
A National Form IV/VI certificate:
Computer literate;
Work Experience:
At least 2 years cumulative experience of conducting survey works:
Proficiency in written and spoken English is mandatory;
Must be a Tanzanian Citizen;
Age Limit between: 25 years and above.
9.0: POSITION TITTLE CAD Technician (1 POST)
Educational/Professional qualifications:-
Must have a certificate of CAD or equivalent from any recognized Learning Institution/colleges;
A National Form IV/VI certificate;
Computer literate;
Work Experience:
At least 2 years cumulative experience related to road/ Bridge design and construction;
Proficiency in written and spoken English is mandatory;
Must be a Tanzanian Citizen;
Age Limit between: 25 years and above.
10.0: POSITION TITTLE: Office Secretary (1 POST)
Educational/Professional qualifications:-
Must have a Certificate in secretarial Service or equivalent from any recognized Learning Institution/colleges;
A National Form IV/VI certificate;
Computer literate;
Work Experience:
At least 3 years cumulative experience related to clerical/ secretarial works
Self motivation, able to work under pressure outside working hours with minimum supervision;
Proficiency in written and spoken English is mandatory;
Must be a Tanzanian Citizen;
Age Limit between: 25 years and above.
MODE OF APPLICATION
All Interested applicants are invited to apply and submit their handwritten application letters to the under-mentioned address not later than Tuesday,14th November , 2017 with their complete CVs; Certified copies of all academic and professional certificates; birth certificates; names of three referees inclusive of former employer if any; applicants contact telephone numbers and postal address. Only few short-listed candidates will be contacted and overqualified applicants may not be considered.
Applicants who have worked with public institutions particularly with Government and TANROADS but have unsatisfactory previous records indicating performance and disciplinary shortfalls shall not be considered and any misrepresentation of such fact shall be subjected to legal measures.
Deadline for submission is Tuesday, 14th November, 2017 at 16:30 Hrs
This is to insist that:
Hand delivered is not allowed;
Women are highly encouraged to apply;
Any Electronic submission shall not be considered;
APPLICATION LETTERS SHOULD BE POSTED TO THE FOLLOWING ADDRESS;
REGIONAL MANAGER,
TANZANIA NATIONAL ROADS AGENCY,
P.O. Box 3094,
ARUSHA,
Tel: +255 27 254 7178
SOURCE: MWANANCHI 1 NOVEMBER, 2017

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JOBS AT KCB BANK- TANZANIA

NAFASI ZA KAZI KCB BANK

Compliance Manager – Investor Services
Key Responsibilities
Legal and Regulatory Compliance
Review industry rules and regulations, (CMA, RBA, CBK) circulars including practice notes and provide guidelines for operationalization in the business.
Review all contractual documents (Trustee Agreements, Custody Agreements, Trust Deeds, etc.) and Service Level Agreements with counterparties ( Brokers, Fund Managers, Administrators, CDSC) for completeness and ensure that the Bank’s interest is adequately covered and documents properly executed by the parties.
Continuously monitor changes in the regulatory framework and ensure that the Bank’s Custody and Trustee Services contractual documents, policies and procedures are up to date and comply with those changes/ reviews.
Review industry regulations for new products and provide guidelines for operationalization in the business.
Provide continuous training / engagement to the business team and other stakeholders on regulatory issues pertaining to the Custody & Trustee Services business
Maintain good business relationships with all industry regulators.
Hardware Systems Engineer
Reporting to Senior Manager, Hardware Systems, the position’s purpose is to evaluate, implement and support the high-end and mid-range IT Infrastructure in line with Bank’s vision and provisioning high available server infrastructure for the critical server systems. Ensuring infrastructure is available for business continuity and manage 24×7 Data Centre Operations and high-end infrastructure SLAs.
Key Responsibilities

Design, implement and support Enterprise private cloud Infrastructure up to and including the computing infrastructure and the platform and storage infrastructure
Management and support of Red Hat Enterprise virtualization for the bank’s core banking system
Design and implementation of hardware systems for both server and storage solutions to support business growth for new business outlets and systems
Conduct performance and capacity planning and develop budgets for hardware infrastructure requirements and future projections for business.
Deploy and support of BCM strategies with VMware Site Recovery Manager, EMC SRDF technologies and HP Service guard for the private cloud and core banking infrastructure
Design, evaluate and implement procedure and technical measures to enhance the security of Data Centre server and storage Infrastructure and the Virtualized Server infrastructure.
Keeping up to date infrastructure documentation, policies and procedural documents, disaster recovery plan and best practices that relate to hardware infrastructure.
Provide the technical support in the design of converged infrastructure hardware solutions to support the banks requirements and supervise the technical execution of the same.
Periodic review of the new technologies on IT hardware platforms in line with best industry approach to support business growth
Conduct contingency planning for potential IT hardware unavailability and back up strategies for the server and storage infrastructure to ensure business continuity.
The above position is a demanding role for which the Bank will provide a competitive remuneration package to the successful candidate. If you believe you can clearly demonstrate your abilities to meet the criteria given above, please log in to our Recruitment portal and submit your application with a detailed CV.
To be considered your application must be received by Friday 17th November, 2017
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
NB: In the event that you are invited to interview for any positions, we will require that you provide us with the following documents:
National I.D.
KRA Pin Card
Birth Certificate of self
Passport Photo (White Background)
NSSF Card
NHIF Card
Police Clearance Certificate (less than 5 Months old)
Academic and Professional certificates, including official transcripts
Certificates of Service from previous employers as applicable

Jobs at Musoma Water Supply and Sanitation Authority (MUWASA)

VACANCIES

Musoma Water Supply and Sanitation Authority (MUWASA) is an utility established under section 9 of the Water Supply and Sanitation Act No. 12 of 2009 with the objective of provision of Water Supply and Sanitation services in Musoma Municipality. In this respect, the activities of MUWASA have specifically expanded and the authority now invites application from suitably qualified and skilled individuals who are dynamic and result oriented to fill the following posts:

0:1 Job Position: Information Technology Officer I (1 Post)

1 :1 Reporting to: Managing Director


1 :2 Duties and Responsibilities

i. To conduct system analysis related to computer applications.
ii. To design moderately complicated systems on the basis of systems analysis documents.
iii. To write detailed systems specifications related to moderately complicated applications.
iv. To conduct Systems analysis relating to computer applications.
v. To coordinate the data synchronization activities between the engineering and the billing departments.
vi. To manage the meter management billing system and data updating activities.
vii. To make regular back-ups to safeguard both Auto CAD and billing databases
viii. To performing any other duties that may be assigned by the Supervisor.
ix. To plan design and develop system related computer system and programming

1 :3 Minimum Qualifications
Holder of Bachelor Degree or Advanced Diploma in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Communication Technology, Information Systems Analysis, Electronics and Communications from a recognized Institution,

1.4 Minimum Experience
Possession of at least Five (5) years of working in similar field.

1 :5 Age limit

Not above 45 years of age

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2:0 Job Position: Customer Relation Officer I 1 Post

2:1 Reporting to: Commercial Manager

2:2 Duties and Responsibilities
i. To identify customers and their needs.
ii. To prepare and develop market plans and programmes.
iii. To monitor and review business performance.
iv. To gather marketing information.
v.To process promotional materials as requested by departments and sections.
vi. To monitor sponsorship and donation requests.
vii. To monitor and maintain promotional materials.
viii. To maintain good customer service when dealing with internal and external customers.
ix. To follow up on supplies of promotional materials
x. To perform any other duties as may be assigned.

2:3 Minimum Qualifications
Holder of Bachelor Degree or Advanced Diploma qualifications in Marketing, Business Administration, Commerce, Mass Communication or related disciplines from recognized Institution, Possession of Master’s Degree is an added advantage. He or She must be computer literate.

2.4 Minimum Experience
Possession of at least five (5) years of working in similar field.

2:5 Age limit

Not above 45 years of age

2:6 Remuneration

Active package and fringe benefits as per MUWASA’s incentives scheme will be offered to the successful candidates.

Mode of Application
Only qualified persons should submit their handwritten letters of application with certified copies of relevant academic and professional certificates and testimonials so as to reach the undersigned not later than 21st June, 2017. Applicants are also required to indicate the names and contacts of at least three (3) work/professional related referees. Women are encouraged to apply. Only short listed candidates will be informed for interview.

The Managing Director
Musoma Water Supply and Sanitation Authority,
P. 0. Box 233,
MUSOMA.

Job Opportunity at Talent in the Cloud, Junior Accountant

Location
Other Arusha District Arusha
Description
We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Accountant to join one of Tanzania’s leading Safari operators. You will be working in a small accounting team in a company with over 40 full-time employees.

Aside from being an excellent, diligent and commercially savvy Accountant, we’re looking for someone who can fit into the culture of the business. The business is a fun, energetic and hard working environment so it’s essential that you are a team player.

The core requirements are as follows:

Preferably CPA qualified
Member of the Tanzania Association of Accountants
Good understanding of the TRA regulations
Computer literate on email, work and excel.
Familiar with quickbooks online or similar accounts programs
Up to date with all Tanzanian tax laws
Be able to produce monthly management report with associated commentary

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Job Opportunity at Health Promotion Tanzania (HDT), HTC Counselor

Location
Mbinga Ruvuma
Description
Job Purpose: To undertake HIV testing and counseling especially to Priority Population and Key Population and refer them to appropriate service centers.

Location: Nyasa and Mbinga-Ruvuma

Job summary: The HIV Counselor will be responsible in managing HIV counselors, undertake targeted HIV testing campaign, targeted door to door HIV testing and making effective referrals of those found positive to appropriate services and keeping documentation in line with WRP requirement.

Duties and Responsibilities
-Deliveries of all HIV Counseling and Testing activities in accordance with WRP focuses and target in the region and refer them for appropriate services including escorting them,
-Develop and implement weekly and monthly plans for HIV Counseling and Testing to ensure that the project targets are achieved,
-Liaise and work with District HCT coordinator to ensure that HCT activities are conducted in all hot spot areas.
-Implement HCT at hotspots and targeted door to door
activities and operate within the PEPFAR Protocol and MoH agreed
algorithm,
-Record and maintain stock levels of medical supplies and reagents and ordering as required

Knowledge and Experience

At least Form Four with Certificate of Clinical assistant, Diploma in Clinical Medicine, Nursing assistant, Laboratory Assistant or related other clinical courses
HIV counseling and testing course is an advantage
Knowledge and understanding of HIV national algorithm
Experience in working with KP’s and PP
Experience in working with PEPFAR funded Projects
Ability to work flexible hours
Non judgmental

Apply for this job
Please do not submit a CV as it will disqualify you. Unless applicants receive notification within 3 days of the specified closing date, they should assume they have not been successful, and in the interest of economy individual letters will not be sent. Send your application to ruvuma@hdt.or.tz

The Application form is available on website. Follow the link and scroll up, you will see “News” Finance Officer and HTC Counselor Job Adverts

Job Opportunity at Palladium, External Audit

Location
Other Dar es Salaam District Dar Es Salaam

1.1 Background Summary

Through its Institutions for Inclusive Development (I4ID) programme (2016-2021), the UK is contributing up to £10 million over 5 years to strengthen democratic institutions and governance in Tanzania so that they are more inclusive and accountable, and economic growth provides more benefits for poor people.

The programme has two linked outcomes:

Key democratic institutions have more capacity, and are more accountable and inclusive; and

Government, civil society and the private sector collectively put into practice 
institutional arrangements that promote public interests. 


Together these contribute to the impact: more accountable and inclusive Tanzanian political and government institutions.
The Head Contract is held by Palladium International Ltd, while local implementation is managed by Futures Group Global Outreach Tanzania. Futures Group Global Outreach Tanzania is a legal entity registered in Tanzania that falls within the Palladium group of companies.
Palladium is seeking an External Audit Company to carry out a comprehensive audit of the I4ID Project. The audit will cover the period 13th June 2016 to 31st May 2017.

1.2 Audit Objective

The objective of the audit of the Financial Statements is to enable the auditor to express a professional opinion on the financial position of the project at the end of the reporting period and of the funds received and expenditures for the reporting period, as reported by the Palladium and the sub-contractors and in particular to confirm that the reported expenditure has, in all material respects, been used in conformity with the provisions of the Head Contract, including any amendments thereto as contained in implementation letters, and any applicable guidelines in force and applicable to the audit scope, and with due attention to economy and efficiency.
To also confirm that the Financial Statements agree with the Project accounts (books of account) which provide the basis for preparation of the Financial Statements and are established to reflect the financial transactions in respect of the Project, as maintained by the Company and the sub-contractors.
To also confirm that the Financial Statements agree or reconcile with any other information reported to DFID.

Scope
The audit will be carried out in accordance with international standards of auditing. It will include such tests and controls as the auditor considers necessary including visits to the project office. Representative sampling may be used as the auditor considers necessary. This exercise is required to give full and satisfactory audit discharge to the project expenditure from 13th June 2016 to 31st May 2017.
Specific focus will be:

To establish that the funds have been recorded and funds have been expended in accordance with the terms and conditions of the contract.

Items and services have been procured in accordance with the guidelines included in the contract.

Necessary supporting documents, records and accounts have been kept in respect of programme expenditure.

To establish the physical existence of DFID-funded project assets per the asset register, their conditions and locations.

Whether the systems, procedures and controls, contractual or otherwise, adopted by I4ID Project are efficient, effective and transparent.

Whether these systems, procedures and controls enable I4ID Project to discharge its contractual obligations to DFID, including its financial and project management obligations.

Whether improvements to I4ID Project systems, procedures and controls can be made as a result of the findings of this audit.

Whether the funds in I4ID Project account were deposited, transferred and expensed properly in compliance with DFID guidelines and other relevant financial policies and procedures as stipulated under the contract.

Special attention will be paid to the following in conducting the audit:

a. Compliance with applicable legislation – Verify that the Financial Statements comply in all material respects with any applicable legislation;

b. Project expenditure – Project expenditure were spent in conformity with the approved budget and work plan existing at the time of the expenditure and in line with provisions of the Head Contract, with due attention to economy and efficiency, and only for the purposes for which the funds were provided.

c. Fraud and Corruption – The auditors shall identify and evaluate risks related to fraud, obtain or provide sufficient evidence of analysis of these risks and assess properly the risks identified or suspected;

d. Risk – With a view to reducing audit risks to an acceptable level, the auditors will apply appropriate audit procedures and handle anomalies/risks identified during their evaluation, in accordance with applicable national auditing standards;

e. System of internal controls – Comprehensive assessment of the adequacy and effectiveness of the accounting and overall internal control system to monitor expenditures at all levels of the Project and other financial transactions including special attention to the adequacy and effectiveness of controls around cash transactions;

f. Safeguarding of assets – Verify that the company has put in place mechanisms for the tracking and safeguarding of assets purchased with project funds and that they are being used for the intended purposes. Verify that Project’s fixed assets register exists, is maintained in accordance with the Head Contract;

g. Goods and services – Verify that goods are procured transparently, competitively and in accordance with the Head Contract and relevant procurement Guidelines approved by DFID;

h. Payment to sub-contractors – Verify that payments made by the company to subcontractors are in line with the Subcontractor Agreements and the approved work plan and budget. Verify that the Company follows adequate process for validating expenditure reports submitted by the sub-contractors;

i. Data retention and supporting documentation – All necessary supporting documents, records, and accounts have been retained in compliance with provisions of the Head Contract. Procedures exist for security and management of electronic data (backup systems and procedures, etc.);

Methodology
The approach should include but not be limited to:

• Hold pre-engagement meeting with the Company to present an outline of the planned approach for conducting the exercise.

• Request and hold formal interviews with the I4ID Project Management team with a view to forming an understanding on the effectiveness of the internal control system in the management of the project.

• Examination of the financial transactions of the Project under the management of the Company for the above period in line with expectations set out in the project documents listed below (to be made available after the contract has been signed). Note that the financial records would consist of all documents relevant to the raising of an invoice; for personnel this would mean being supported by timesheets rather than the actual invoices from consultants:

-The Head Contract,
-The most recent logical framework,
-DFID assets management guidance note (captured in SMART rules)
-Amendments to the Company’s head contract,
-Approved work plans for the period under review,
-Any other formal correspondence between DFID and the Company which may have effect on the focus, direction and expenditure activities of the programme.

• Review and vet invoices for fees and reimbursable expenses by the Company and ascertain that:

-The basis for which invoices have been calculated are in line with obligations within the Company’s Head Contract.

Deliverables from short and long term consultancies were properly delivered and received before relevant costs were charged to DFID.

Duly authorised time sheets are available for personnel days charged to DFID during the period under review.

Fees charged to DFID are for the contractually approved productive days only.

-Scheduled leave days are appropriately discounted from billable days on long term personnel fees.

• Review and vet bills paid for services rendered by Consortium members (sub-contractors) and ascertain that:

-Services billed in the period under review are covered in the relevant sub-contracts.

-Approved timesheets are available to substantiate all days billed by Consortium members.

• Review the procurement process and procedures for all short term contracts for the period under review and ascertain that:

-Transparent and open systems are in place to ensure negotiations for contracts (services, works and printing) are competitive and represent good value for money.

-Appropriate procedures are in place to document and manage conflicts of interest that may arise from related party transactions.

• Review the structure of the I4ID Project Management Office in Dar es Salaam and ascertain that job functions are clearly defined and that no overlaps exist.

• Review the assets register to ensure it is up to date and confirm that:

Supplies for direct purchases have been fully recorded with clear identification marks.

The physical existence and conditions of assets in Dar es Salaam.

• Express an opinion on the cost effectiveness, accuracy and completeness (i.e. value for money) of the financial transactions for the period under review.

• Prepare a project expenditure report showing receipts and expenditure summaries from June 13th 2016 to 31st May 2017 and express an opinion on the financial transactions for the period covered.

• Review the Terms of Reference for the contract (and subsequent amendments) to ascertain the extent to which the Company has complied with specified reporting requirements.

• Subject to availability, meet with DFID project team.

• Bring to the attention of Palladium and DFID any suspected fraud or irregularity that arises during the course of the audit and communicate matters that have come to attention during the audit which might have a significant impact on the implementation of the project.

Deliverables
• Audited financial report (hard and soft copies) for the period noted.
• A management letter, which should highlight observed weaknesses in the system of internal control and the recommendations for managing the identified issues over the life of the programme.

• A statement of compliance with DFID terms and conditions as contained in the Company’s contract.

• A verification report on programme funded assets.

Timing
The work is expected to run for a maximum of 10 business days commencing from July 3, 2017. The audit firm is expected to submit first draft of report by July 14, 2017 and the final report not later than July 31, 2017. Exit conference to be held in the week beginning 24th July, following the Company’s receipt and review of the draft report.

Apply for this job
EoI must reach at the address mention below by 7th June 2017 at 2.30PM in sealed envelopes marked “EoI for I4ID Audit

Senior Finance Manager
Institutions for Inclusive Development
Mwai Kibaki Road/Kiko Avenue, Mikocheni Area
TCRS Building, Plot 436, Block 11, Ground Floor
P. O. Box76724
Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Job Opportunity at The Aga Khan Foundation (AKF), Application Deadline 14th June 2017

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
MONITORING AND EVALUATION OFFICER COASTAL RURAL SUPPORT PROGRAM (TANZANIA)

The Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) is a private, non-denominational, development agency promoting creative and effective solutions to problems that impede social and economic development. AKF has been working to improve livelihoods and food security for smallholder farmers in southern Tanzania since 2009. AKF is now launching a program devoted to improving the sunflower value chain in its program area of Lindi and Mtwara regions and is looking for a competent and committed Monitoring and Evaluation Officer to manage the monitoring and evaluation activities of the sunflower project (Alizeti Maendeleo) and contribute specialist skills to CRSPT’s broader monitoring and evaluation functions. AKF is looking for a person with strong multi-disciplinary M&E skills and one or more of the following key strengths:

Quantitative data analysis using Excel, SPSS or any other relevant software
Experience in undertaking quantitative surveys
Strong qualitative research, analysis and writing skills
Database development and management

Specific responsibilities include:
With the support of the M&E Coordinator, develop monitoring and evaluation systems and tools for monitoring project activities (process), outputs and outcomes based on agreed indicators.
Develop and manage project’s M&E plans in coordination with project staff, both in the project office and based in the field.
Supervise all M&E related field activities including baseline and end line surveys, performance monitoring and data quality supportive supervision.
Monitor project progress towards achieving results and advise on programmatic adjustments.
Build capacity of project teams on M&E-related issues and provide guidance and technical support in all matters pertaining to data collection, quality assurance, analysis and presentation.
Compile and maintain a project database to inform progress toward outcomes for internal and donor reports. Review all project reports to ensure that information on indicators is accurate, relevant and well presented.
Facilitate and coordinate project progress presentation to ensure availability and better utilization of data for decision-making during management and project review meetings.
Synthesise lessons learnt and best practices in adoption of good agricultural practices, in light of emerging challenges of climate change, and share the lessons learnt for to enable strategy review.
Actively participate in a broad range of M&E functions as part of the CRSPT MERL team and as may be directed from time to time by the M&E Coordinator or MERL Manager.

Qualifications/Experience:
A bachelor’s degree preferably in agricultural economics, rural development, statistics, community development or any · related subject
At least 3 years of professional experience in M&E, preferably in rural development projects
Knowledge of Result Based Management and Logical frameworks; ability to develop M&E frameworks and data collection tools is mandatory
Knowledge of Market Systems/M4P approach is an added advantage
Proven skills in quantitative data collection and analysis using Excel, SPSS, Access or other data management/analysis software
Supreme attention to detail and capacity to deliver quality data and information
A demonstrated ability to manage enumeration and research teams in the field, willingness to participate in field activities/surveys and travel to remote areas within the region
Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English, with Swahili an advantage
A flexible team player, willing to learn and mentor others
Good contextual knowledge of local issues, community priorities, organizational relationships, social and cultural · constraints and realities, and environmental conditions.
Must be willing to live in Mtwara, Tanzania and spend long periods in rural areas

Interested applicants are requested to submit their CVs (not exceeding 3 pages), including contact details for three professional
references, and a covering letter identifying their key strengths and experience and explaining why they are best suited for the
position before the close of business on Wednesday 14th June 2017, to the Country Director, Aga Khan Foundation, P.O. Box 125,
Dar-es-Salaam or by e-mail to recruit.akftz@akdn.org. Please note that only short listed candidates will be contacted.

The Aga Khan Foundation is an Agency of the Aga Khan Development Network.

Source: The Citizen 1 June, 2017

120 Employment Opportunities at VETA

NAFASI ZA KAZI / AJIRA VETA, 2017

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ADVERTISEMENT

The Vocational Education and Training Authority (VETA) is an autonomous Government Agency established by the Act of Parliament No. 1 of 1994. VETA is responsible for regulating, coordinating, financing and providing Vocational Education and Training in Tanzania. VETA is an equal opportunity organization. The Authority is looking for a qualified, competent, dynamic and committed Tanzanians to fill the following vacancies:

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MODE OF APPLICATION

  • Application letters enclosed with CVs indicating names and addresses of three referees, copies of relevant academic transcripts and certificates should be addressed to the undersigned.
  • Only applicants with required qualification will be considered.
  • All applicants are required to indicates at the envelope by indicating name of the position applied
  • Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Deadline for submission of applications is 14th June, 2017.

The Director General,
Vocational Education and Training Authority,
P. O.BOX 2849,

DAR ES SALAAM.

Source: VETA Official Website

Job Opportunities at The International Medical and Technological University (IMTU), 2017

VACANCIES
The International Medical and Technological University continues to strive towards its mission in providing quality education, research and service to the community to be among the best universities in Tanzania. To enhance this goal we are looking for outstanding professionals with demonstrated record in teaching, research and outreach.

In continuation of our staff recruitment advertisement of June 14, 2016 we invite applications globally from qualified candidates for the following positions.

Job Title: Lecturer I Professor in Anatomy: Minimum Qualification Required (Ph.D in Anatomy)

Job Title: Lecturer I Professor in Physiology: Minimum Qualification Required (Ph.D in Physiology)

Job Title: Lecturer I Professor in Pathology: Minimum Qualification Required (M.Med or Ph.D in Pathology)

Job Title: Lecturer I Professor in Nursing: Minimum Qualification Required (M.Sc or Ph.D in Nursing)

Job Title: Medical Specialist – Internal Medicine: Minimum Qualification Required (M.Med (Internal Medicine)

Job Title: Medical Specialist – OBGY: Minimum Qualification Required (M.Med (OBGY)

Job Title: Medical Specialist – Surgery: Minimum Qualification Required (M.Med (Surgery)

Job Title: Medical Specialist – Paediatrics: Minimum Qualification Required (M.Med (Paediatrics)

Job Title: Laboratory Technicians: Minimum Qualification Required (Diploma in Laboratory Technology)

All these positions carry competitive salary and benefits consistent with university guidelines. For consideration send your complete application with a cover letter, current CV, three professional references, and passport details to the following. Based on qualifications and experience an academic title (Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Associate professor or Professor) will be offered. Applications will be accepted till these positions are filled.

Human Resources
International Medical and Technological University,
P.O.Box No:77594,
Dar es Salaam.
Email: hrimtu@gmail.com

IMTU is an equal opportunity employer and encourages diversity at the work place.
Source: The Guardian 31 May, 2017