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NAFASI ZA KAZI-ELCT, Medical Officer In Charge

MEDICAL OFFICER IN CHARGE

ELCT ND has a vacancy for a young Tanzanian to fill the position of Medical Officer in charge to our hospital. The Medical Officer in Charge shall be a Medical Doctor (MD) with specialist qualification in the field of Medicine and not less than 3 years in management position in hospital. The office requires that she/he be creative, physiologically stable, diplomatic, courageous, and tolerant person of high integrity. She/ he must be a mature person of at least 40 years of age with a pleasant personality, able to create team spirit among staff.

SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

Will be responsible to provide leadership for the hospital
Will ensure that Christian principles, upon which ELCT is standing are observed at hospital without discriminating against any faith or creed.
Will exercise discipline while at the same time giving management staff and other responsible staff sufficient authority and autonomy to be effective in their own duties appropriately.
Will maintain good relationship with the Government, partners already related to ELCT and hospital and to develop new contact.
Will be responsible for the planning and implementation of new development, advising the Hospital Board on professional aspect.
Will be responsible for soliciting, administrating and coordinating assistance(capital, operating funds and personnel) for Hospital
Will perform any other duties that might be directed, from time to time, by the Hospital Board and from ELCT ND Officers.
EMULUMENTS.

Attractive salary with fringe benefit

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Application attached with copies of relevant certificate and CVs
Applicants should give the names of three reputable referees with their address, telephone contact/ E-mail/ Fax numbers

ALL APPLICATION SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO THE:

General Secretary
ELCT Northern Diocese
P.O. BOX 195, MOSHI
Email: generalsecretary@northerndioces.co.tz

Deadline: 27 September, 2019

NAFASI YA KAZI-Mkulazi Holding Company, Internal Auditor

Internal Auditor I

Mkulazi Holding Company Ltd (MHCL) is a joint venture company currently owned by National Social Security Fund (NSSF) and Tanzania Prisons Service. The principal activity of the company is to undertake production and importation of Sugar. Establishment of the Company is in line with the implementation of the second five year development plan (FYDPII) aiming to ensure that Tanzania becomes industrialized and middle income economy (Tanzania ya Viwanda) by the year 2025.

MKULAZI HOLDING COMPANY LTD Vision is to become the largest integrated sugar company in East and Central Africa. Its Mission is to produce and supply quality sugar and related products consistently and efficiently in local and regional markets. The Company company’s core values includes; Professionalism, Team Work, Innovation and Priority to customers’ needs.

The company wishes to invite competent, experienced, qualified and dedicated young Tanzanians to fill in the vacancy positions currently available in the company as follows:

Internal Auditor I

Reporting line: Head of Internal Audit

Job Purpose:

To review the adequacy of operational and administrative policies and procedures with the goal of providing an independent objective assurance and consulting service and contributing to the improvement of Mkulazi Holding Company Limited operations.

Qualifications and Experience

  • University Degree in Accounting or Advanced Diploma in Accounting from a recognized Institution/University;

Registered by the National Board for Auditors and Accountants (NBAA) as CPA or ACPA and must be trained in Advanced Computer Computer skills on accounting software and databases will be added advantage;

  • At least three (3) years working experience in Audit (Public or private), Working experience in accredited audit firms will be an added

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Participate in the initial planning and preliminary survey of the audit of process/area/key activities, thus giving input to the audit plan and programme;
  • Evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of the internal control system;
  • Prepare audit programme for the planned Audit;
  • Conduct audit tests and procedures in compliance with the audit programme;
  • Compile work papers and reference them to the audit programme;
  • Confirm audit findings with the Audit customer;
  • Prepare audit findings data sheets and time reports;
  • Recommend corrective measures when appropriate;
  • Perform special investigation assignments (non-routine audit);
  • Review Financial Statements and advice accordingly;
  • Prepare quarterly and annual Internal Audit Reports;
  • Conduct follow up audits to monitor management’s interventions; and
  • Perform any other duties assigned by supervisor.

MODE OF APPLICATION

Candidates meeting the requisite qualifications should submit their written applications and detailed CV to the address below with the position applied written on the top of the envelope, describing how they see themselves qualifying for the applied position. They should also send copies of academic certificates, three referees, daytime telephone numbers and e-mail address.

The deadline for all applications is 14 days after the first Advertisement. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Salaries and other benefits are as per MKULAZI HOLDING COMPANY LTD Scheme of Service and Staff Regulations of 2019.

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER,
MKULAZI HOLDING COMPANY LIMITED,
P.O BOX 1079,
MOROGORO.

Deadine: 25, September 2019

2020 Ockenden International Prizes for Refugees and Displaced People around the World

Deadline: 30 November 2019

Entries are open for the 2020 Ockenden International Prizes for successful self-reliance Refugee Projects.

Ockenden International has launched its eighth annual quest to find and reward the most effective self-reliance projects for refugees and/or internally displaced people.
Prizes will be awarded to projects that promote self-reliance among refugees and/or displaced people. ‘Self-reliance’ is understood broadly to include self-sufficiency, self-support, self-sustenance, self-standing and independence and may involve projects for education, legal assistance, livelihoods or any other programme that helps displaced people build stable, independent lives.

Prize Information

  • The GBP100,000 prize will be shared equally by four winners who will each receive GBP25,000 to extend their endeavours.
  • The cash prizes recognize and reward innovative work that promotes self-reliance among refugees and/or internally displaced people (IDPs) anywhere in the world – a distinguishing feature of Ockenden International since its inception in 1951.

Entry Rules

  • Organisations may submit one entry only in each prize year. Unsuccessful organisations are welcome to reapply in future years.
  • The project must benefit refugees and/or displaced people with a strong emphasis on promoting self-reliance. The primary focus of the project must be helping refugees and/or displaced people in need, rather than this being an ancillary benefit.
  • The organisation must be able to show that the project has been effective with measurable evidence of positive outcomes.
  • The project entered must be up and running before 1 April 2019, six months prior to the launch date for the 2019 Prizes.
  • Organisations must have high standards of financial and administrative governance. Organisations must include a copy of their latest audited, abbreviated accounts with their application. Where audited accounts are not available, entrants should provide other evidence of sound financial governance.
  • Organisations may be asked to provide references or other evidence of the project and their financial and administrative governance during the short-listing process. This may include due diligence on bank accounts nominated by entrants for the receipt of prize money.
  • Prize money will only be paid to a bank account held in the organisation’s name. In no circumstances will prize money be paid to a personal bank account. Ockenden International will not be responsible for any bank or transfer fees.
  • Prize money must only be used to help refugees and/or displaced persons in need and Ockenden International is required to ensure that prize money is used by a winning organisation for charitable purposes. It is anticipated that, in general, prize money will be used to continue or expand the project referred to in the entry or for a similar future project run by the organisation.
  • Prize winners will be required to provide information to Ockenden International about the projects and the use of prize money which Ockenden International will share on its website and in other communications.
  • The jury’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  • By submitting an entry, organisations agree to be bound by these Rules.

Judging Criteria
The judges will, in particular, look for:

  • Projects that promote self-reliance among refugees and/or displaced people. These may be projects that are led by or have a high level of participation from displaced people themselves; projects providing education, legal assistance, livelihood assistance; and any other programmes that help refugees and/or displaced people build stable, independent lives.
  • Projects that have proved to be highly effective in improving the lives of refugees and/or displaced people.Projects that have led to real change in the lives of refugees and/or displaced people.
  • Effective initiatives, with measurable evidence of outcomes.

How to Apply

Core Infrastructure Fund inviting Applicants from across the World

Deadline: 1 November 2019
Open Technology Fund (OTF) is inviting applicants for its Core Infrastructure Fund to support the ‘building block’ technologies, infrastructures, and communities relied upon by digital security and circumvention tools strengthening internet freedom, digital security, and the overall health of the internet.
Award information

  • OTF awards are performance-based contracts signed directly with the applicant. Payment is issued on completion of stated objectives, activities, and deliverable per a schedule outlined in the contract. OTF reserves the right to award less or more than the funds requested as deemed in the best interest of OTF’s priorities.
  • Applications that request more than the award ceiling of $300,000 or less than the award floor of $5,000 may be deemed technically ineligible.

Project and Budget Periods
OTF awards are generally 6 to 18 months in duration. From time to time, OTF may consider requests to extend existing contracts beyond previously agreed upon duration. Any such decision will be subject to availability of funds, satisfactory progress of the applicants, and a determination that continued funding would be in the best interest of program priorities.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Ideal applicants are proposing efforts within the scope of this fund and OTF’s mission, values, and principles. In addition, ideal applicants meet one or more of the following:
  • Individuals of all ages irrespective of nationality, residency, creed, gender, or other factors, with the exception that OTF is not able to support applicants within countries that the United States has trade restrictions or export sanctions as determined by the U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC);
  • Non-profit organization/non-government organization, including U.S.-based NGO, PIO, or foreign NGO;
  • Non-profit university or research institution in any country;
  • For-profit organization or business in any country;
  • Consortia of multiple people or organizations with one individual or organization designated as the lead applicant;
  • Have demonstrated experience administering successful projects, preferably targeting the requested program area, or similarly challenging program environments where OTF reserves the right to request additional background information on organizations;
  • Ideal applicants should not duplicate or simply add to efforts supported by other USG funding programs;
  • Ideal applicants must not reflect any type of support for any member, affiliate, or representative of a designated terrorist organization, whether or not elected members of government.

Ideal applications for this fund focus on supporting:

  • Key developers or organizers so they can work full time on crucial core efforts in need of additional support;
  • New developers or organizers focused on improving security standards, quality assurance, and best practices within core infrastructure projects;
  • Developers, authors, or organizers drafting or promoting digital security and civil society needs within standards and protocols;
  • Researchers exploring new methods of circumvention that would improve the resiliency of widely utilized tools;
  • Specific outcomes, such as the necessary maintenance and upgrades to existing open source projects (database, hosting, or other tool migration; rewriting test suites; major new features);
  • Efforts that make existing projects more accessible and easier to contribute to (ex. documentation, tool migration, refactoring code, testing);
  • Efforts that develop new or evolve existing organizational and governance structures and sustainability models beyond work-for-hire;
  • Efforts that increase the understanding and awareness of relevant actors in this space, their roles, and how they contribute to maintaining the internet’s core ecosystem;

Criteria

  • Relevant to mission: Proposals should exhibit originality, substance, and relevance to the funds stated mission. The work plan should adhere to the program overview and guidelines.
  • Ability to achieve objectives: Objectives should be ambitious, yet measurable and achievable within the boundaries of the proposed funding. Applicants should not include items that require additional funding beyond the life of this grant. For complete proposals, applicants will have to provide a monthly timeline of project activities.
  • Applicant’s record and capacity: OTF will consider the past performance of prior recipients and the demonstrated potential of new applicants. Proposed personnel and institutional resources should be adequate and appropriate to achieve the project’s objectives.

How to Apply

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NAFASI ZA KAZI-Asilia Lodges And Camps, Safari Operations Assistant

Safari Operations Assistant

About Asilia

Founded in 2004, Asilia has a leading presence in the main safari destinations in Tanzania and Kenya as well as a driving role in a number of pioneering projects. Asilia’s ultimate goal is to turn

crucial and fragile natural habitats into lasting conservation economies, benefiting both the environment and local communities. At present the company owns and operates 20 lodges and

camps as well as a ground handling operation. Asilia is the first Sustainable Safari / Lodge Company in Africa to receive a 5 Star rating for Sustainability from GIIRS, was recognized as one

of the “Best Companies for the World” in 2013 and was awarded the 2014 Tourism for Tomorrow Business Award.

What we believe in

We believe that world class travel can go hand in hand with improving livelihoods and conservation of nature. Our luxury camps and lodges are in some of the most special places on earth. Places we want to safeguard for the future. We strive to transform whole areas, from crucial fragile natural habitats with often impoverished communities into lasting conservation economies: effectively protecting wildlife whilst providing opportunities for local people to prosper. Whichever department you work in your efforts will be crucial in achieving our conservation goal.

Primary responsibilities;

  • Coordinate all guest movements and transfers coming in and out of Kilimanjaro/Arusha airport
  • Allocate transfers to Asilia Transfer drivers
  • Handling of the Duty phone
  • Handling all the Managers and Directors booking in Arusha (accommodation, flights and transfers)
  • Meeting guest at the airport when necessary
  • Liaise with camp manager on arrivals, departures and delays
  • Coordinate air freight of supplies between Arusha and the camps
  • Administrative and other duties as requested by the Arusha office
  • Booking and ground handling of all transfer

Minimum Qualifications

  • Diploma in Tourism or any other related field
  • Proven work experience (at least 2 years’ experience).
  • Familiarity with Computer Applications and programs
  • Able to work into mult-cultural environment

Essential Skills

  • Trustworthiness, to have a strong sense of integrity
  • Ability to work under pressure and within deadlines to ensure work is completed within time.
  • Clear communication skills ensuring flow of clear, timely and candid information.
  • Independent worker – able to work well with minimal supervision and have a problem- solving attitude.
  • Computer Literacy to effectively operate and manipulate online management systems.
  • Faultless administration skills ensuring accurate and efficient procedures.
Should you be interested in this position please send your updated CV  to vacancies@asiliaafrica.com

NAFASI ZA KAZI-Mkulazi Holding Company, Management Accounts Supervisor

Management Accounts Supervisor 

Mkulazi Holding Company Ltd (MHCL) is a joint venture company currently owned by National Social Security Fund (NSSF) and Tanzania Prisons Service. The principal activity of the company is to undertake production and importation of Sugar. Establishment of the Company is in line with the implementation of the second five year development plan (FYDPII) aiming to ensure that Tanzania becomes industrialized and middle income economy (Tanzania ya Viwanda) by the year 2025.

MKULAZI HOLDING COMPANY LTD Vision is to become the largest integrated sugar company in East and Central Africa. Its Mission is to produce and supply quality sugar and related products consistently and efficiently in local and regional markets. The Company company’s core values includes; Professionalism, Team Work, Innovation and Priority to customers’ needs.

The company wishes to invite competent, experienced, qualified and dedicated young Tanzanians to fill in the vacancy positions currently available in the company as follows:

Management Accounts Supervisor

Main purpose of the job

The Management Accounts Supervisor position is accountable for the ongoing analysis of process constraints, target costing projects, margin analysis, and tracing costs back to underlying activities. The cost accountant must also construct and monitor those cost-effective data accumulation systems needed to provide an appropriate level of costing information to management.

The Management Accounts Supervisor will also be responsible for both preparation of quarterly Management information Report and company budgeting processes.

Job Qualifications

Management Accounts Supervisor will have the following qualifications:

  • Minimum of five (5) solid years experience in Cost Accounting in a Manufacturing Environment;
  • Must have a minimum qualification of Bachelor Degree in Accounting, Finance Commerce or related fields; CPA(T) will be an added advantage;
  • Must have a strong Cost systems background and have excellent analytical skills; sound understanding of Accounting Principles;
  • Computer Literate – Strong Excel skills and the ability to use Outlook and Word;
  • Experience with MAPICS a plus;
  • Experience working with engineering and manufacturing personnel on development and analysis of cost standards;
  • Ability to accurately prepare daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual

Job Descriptions:

The Management Accounts Supervisor will be responsible for:

  • Planning, Studying, and collecting data to determine costs of business activity such as raw material purchases, inventory and labour;
  • Analyzing data collected and recording results;
  • Analyzing changes in product design, raw materials, manufacturing methods or services provided, to determine effects on cost;
  • Analyzing actual manufacturing costs and preparing periodic reports comparing standard costs to actual production costs;
  • Recording cost information for use in controlling expenditures;
  • Analyzing audits of costs and preparing reports;
  • Making estimates of new and proposed product costs;
  • Providing management with reports specifying and comparing factors affecting prices and profitability of products or services;
  • Maintaining Cost Accounting System;
  • Assisting in Month end close of the General Ledger;
  • Conducts physical inventories and monitors cycle count program;
  • Reconciles finished goods inventories;
  • Preparation of Monthly/ Quarterly Management Information Reports;
  • Involved in plan, budget and budgetary control processes of the company.

MODE OF APPLICATION

Candidates meeting the requisite qualifications should submit their written applications and detailed CV to the address below with the position applied written on the top of the envelope, describing how they see themselves qualifying for the applied position. They should also send copies of academic certificates, three referees, daytime telephone numbers and e-mail address. The deadline for all applications is 14 days after the first Advertisement. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Salaries and other benefits are as per MKULAZI HOLDING COMPANY LTD Scheme of Service and Staff Regulations of 2019.

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER,
MKULAZI HOLDING COMPANY LIMITED,
P.O BOX 1079,
MOROGORO.

Deadine: 25, September 2019

5 Job Opportunities at Tanzania Shipping Agencies Corporation (TASAC), Ship Agency Officers

SHIP AGENCY OFFICER II – 5 POST – 5 POST

Employer: TANZANIA SHIPPING AGENCIES CORPORATION (TASAC)
Date Published: 2019-09-10
Application Deadline: 2019-09-23
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • To sort import/export cargo manifest of a ship by destination in accordance with principals’ and Custom’s requirements;
  • To compile and distribute working documents to port operators and dry port operators in a proper and timely manner;
  • To properly prepare Cargo manifest and other documents;
  • To ensure approved cargo manifests are timely dispatched to relevant parties;
  • To keep record of principals’ containers stocks and movements within the jurisdiction of the Corporation;
  • To undertake physical tracing and monitoring of containers within the jurisdiction of the Corporation;
  • To receive applications for cargo release and determine their authenticities;
  • To prepare shipping and delivery orders;
  • To receive initial shipping claims from shippers and consignees;
  • To ensure “Gross Mass A certificates” are made available per shipping order from shippers prior to ship loading; and
  • To perform any other official duties as may be assigned by Supervisor.

QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Holder of a Bachelor Degree or an advanced Diploma in, Marine Transportation, International Trade, Marketing Management, Ship Management, Transport and Logistics Management or equivalent qualifications from a recognised institution.

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Job Opportunity at Tanzania Shipping Agencies Corporation (TASAC), Shipping Service Officer

SHIPPING SERVICE OFFICER II -1 POST – 1 POST

Employer: TANZANIA SHIPPING AGENCIES CORPORATION (TASAC)
Date Published: 2019-09-10
Application Deadline: 2019-09-23
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • To assist in enforcing compliance of good conduct and practices of shipping service providers and related intermediaries;
  • To assist in promoting utilization of inland waterways shipping and inter-modal transportation system;
  • To receive license / registration application forms;
  • To assist in promoting inland waterways shipping capacity to landlocked countries;
  • To assist in ensuring that every commercial shipping service provider timely file their tariffs with the Corporation for appraisal;
  • To ensure cargo and freight manifests are properly and timely submitted and billed;
  • To provide up to date information on cargo projections, sailing schedules, frequency, type of vessel and freight rate levels;
  • To register and issue Registration a certificates to clearing and forwarding agents and cargo consolidators;
  • To receive and register complaints; and
  • To perform any other official duties as may be assigned by Supervisor.

QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Holder of a Bachelor Degree or an Advance Diploma in Transport and Logistics Management, Economics, Ports/Shipping Management or equivalent qualification from recognised institution

REMUNERATION: Salary Scale • Attractive remuneration package a

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