Job Opportunity at VSO International Tanzania, Project Coordinator

Position: Project Coordinator

Location: Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Salary: Competitive
Contract type: Fixed Term
Contract length: 1 Year
Full Time: 35 hours per week
Application Closing Date: 24 Sep 2019
Interview date: To be Confirmed
Start date: October 2019
VSO is the world’s leading international development organisation that works through volunteers to fight poverty. Working in 24 countries around the world, our unique role in international development is to place committed volunteers with carefully selected organisations where their skills can have the greatest impact. Our extraordinary volunteers live and work in some of the world’s poorest communities. Sharing their unique skills and experience to generate new ideas and new ways of doing things, helping the communities they work in lift themselves out of poverty. We’re not about delivering quick fixes, but instead we focus on long-lasting, sustainable change, that will impact generations to come. Join us and help us work towards our vision of a world without poverty.

Role overview
The Project Coordinator will be responsible for effective Coordination of ICS operations at country level, Provide adequate guidance support to Volunteers after their placement, link them with any available opportunities, Prepare and Deliver training for Team Leaders and Volunteers to equip Team Leaders and volunteers with skills and information before and after the placement. The ICS project is implemented by young people in the age of 18 to about 25, so when you are passionate about making a difference with young people and for young people to fight poverty, this is your job!

Skills, qualifications and experience
Essential:
Bachelor degree or equivalent, preferably Sociology, Community Development, Social Sciences etc

Youth Work
Proven experience of working with and providing support to 18-25 years old from a wide range of backgrounds with proven ability to facilitate learning in a non-formal environment

Cross-Cultural Working
Direct and substantial experience of working cross-culturally and able to communicate to a range of audiences and promote sharing and learning between cultures

International Development

Knowledge of issues which are common to communities in developing countries, possibly achieved through working or living in a developing country. Experience of promoting learning about development issues.

Communication

  • Fluency in English language, Confidence in public speaking and strong verbal communication to work effectively and inclusively with an overseas colleague. Strong written communication skills needed for writing reports.
  • Decision making – Sound judgement and the confidence to take independent action; a high degree of initiative and persistence combined with high levels of discretion and diplomacy.
  • Ability to analyses and synthesize complex information, use initiative in seeking solutions
  • Flexibility: able to adapt to new and demanding situations.

Supervision
Significant experience of working in a supervisory role. Proven ability to promote self-awareness, learning and development among individuals.
Relationship Building Skills: ability to build strong working relationships and partnerships in a multi-cultural environment and work as a collaborative team member

Planning and Organising
Able to develop clear and realistic plans to deliver agreed objectives within deadlines, involving key individuals in the planning process.

Desirable
Budget Management
Experience of managing budgets and undertaking accounting procedures.

Volunteering
Sufficient experience of working with volunteers to understand the key factors which make volunteer placements viable, effective and rewarding.

Programme Design and Evaluation

Experience of designing and evaluating youth programme in an international context. Experience of using monitoring and evaluation tools and processes

Competencies and Behaviour
At VSO we believe progress is only possible by working together. Whether you want to join us as an employee, or as a volunteer working in your own country, overseas or online, our selection process includes an assessment based on these core competencies:

  • Ability to be open minded and respectful
  • Ability to be resilient and adaptive to new situations
  • Ability to facilitate positive change and build sustainable working relationships
  • Ability to seek and share knowledge

Equal Opportunities
VSO promotes equal opportunities and values a diverse workforce.

Safeguarding
“VSO has zero tolerance of abuse and exploitation of vulnerable people. We expect all our employees/volunteers to ensure we protect children, young people and vulnerable adults from harm and abide by our safeguarding policy.”
VSO reserves the right to close this job early if we receive a sufficient number of applications.

MODE OF APPLICATION:

If you’re interested in applying for this role, please download the job description for more information.

To submit your application, click on ‘Make an application’ and complete all relevant fields on the online application form.

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217 New Temporary Election Job Vacancies at MBEYA City Council

Jobs Tanzania
New Temporary Government Job Vacancies at MBEYA City Council | Deadline 19th September, 2019

Mbeya is a city located in southwest Tanzania, Africa. Mbeya’s urban population was 280,000 in 2005. Mbeya is the capital of the surrounding rural Mbeya region (population, with Mbeya, totals approx. 2 million).

Mbeya is the first large urban settlement encountered when travelling overland from the neighbouring nation of Zambia. Mbeya is situated at an altitude of 1,700 metres (5,500 ft), and sprawls through a narrow highland valley surrounded by a bowl of high mountains. The main language is colloquial Swahili, and the English language is extensively taught in schools.

History
Following the 1905 gold rush, Mbeya was founded as a gold mining town in the 1920s. The TAZARA railway later attracting farming migrants and small entrepreneurs to the areacitation needed. Mbeya and its district were administered by the British until 1961. Mbeya Region was created in 1961. Mbeya City is now a growing metropolis and business centre for the southern regions and the neighbouring countries of Malawi, Zambia and Congo. The City is well connected with an all-weather road that forms part of the “Great North Road” running from Cape Town to Alexandria. The City has several tribes including the Safwa, Nyakyusa, Nyiha and Ndali all being agricultural peoples. Mbeya also boasts as one of the regions that form the bread basket of Tanzania.

Job Descriptions
Today we announce jobs at MISSENYI District Council. Read carefully all currently available jobs descriptions by downloading PDF File attached.
through the link below:

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630 New Jobs Opportunities at MBULU District Council

630 New Temporary Government Job Vacancies at MBULU District Council | Deadline 20th September, 2019

Mbulu District is one of the six districts of the Manyara Region of Tanzania. It is bordered to the north by the Arusha Region and Lake Eyasi, to the east by the Babati Rural District, to the south by the Hanang District, and to the west by the Singida Region.

According to the 2002 Tanzania National Census, Mbulu District had a population of 237,882 inhabitants.1 According to the 2012 Tanzania National Census, the population of Mbulu District was 320,279.2

The District Commissioner is Chelestino Mofugo.3 Mbulu District is, since the 2015 general election, divided into two election counties: Mbulu Mjini and Mbulu Vijijini.
The 2015-2020 members of parliaments are Zacharias Isaay (CCM) and Flatei Massay (CCM), for Mbulu Mjini and Mbulu Vijijini respectively.

The District is inhabited by people of different ethnic affiliations, especially the Iraqw people who are some of the earliest agro-pastoralists to migrate to what is now the Republic of Tanzania. Other native tribes are the Wahatzabeti living in Yaeda Chini, living a primitive life, and the Datooga people living in Mbulu Vijijini. People engage mainly in agriculture, keeping livestock and farming activities. There is plantation of onions in Bashay and wheat in many places.

The Mbulu District is decorated by mountains like Mount Guwang which is one of the attractive feature for tourists. There’s also a hot spring in Hhaynu. The Manyara National Park is partly in Mbulu region where tourists can come and visit. There is a Sanu Parking longe in Mbulu town where guest can get accommodation. Mbulu town has the Nyerere Stadium in Sanu Mbulu, the biggest stadium in whole Manyara Region for football and marathon. One of biggest hospitals in northern Tanzania is found in Mbulu: the Haydom Lutheran Hospital.

Job Descriptions
Today we announce jobs at MBULU District Council. Read carefully all currently available jobs descriptions by downloading PDF File attached.
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MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program 2020 at McGill University in Canada (Fully Funded)

Application Deadline: January 31, 2020
McGill University and the Mastercard Foundation are pleased to offer full scholarships to economically challenged, academically gifted Master’s students from Sub-Saharan Africa through the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program. This scholarship program is designed to sponsor outstanding, community engaged students to attend university who otherwise would not have the opportunity, thereby, fostering the development of future Sub-Saharan African leaders and entrepreneurs.
In addition to financial support, Scholars are provided with a comprehensive support network that includes an array of mentoring and support services to ensure each student’s academic success, community service engagement and transition to socially relevant employment opportunities.
To be eligible for consideration for the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Master’s Program at McGill, you must:
1.Be admissible to one of the eligible programs at McGill University (see Program List below);
2.Have never registered for /completed any graduate studies;
3.Be nominated by a current McGill Professor or Staff Member from the department you wish to apply to (see Nomination Form);
4.Be a citizen of and have lived a significant part of your life in a Sub-Saharan African Country (see List of Eligible Countries);
5.Have an exceptional record of service and activity in your school and/or community;
6.Have an intent to return to your country immediately upon the completion of your degree with the goal of transforming your community through social and economic development;
7.Demonstrate that your financial status is in the lowest two quintiles of your country.
8.Must be less than 35 years old at the time of application
Application Deadline:
Deadline to submit the Application for Admission : Your program’s deadline
Deadline to submit MCF Supporting Documentsi: January 31, 2020
Mastercard Foundation Scholars Selection Committee begins to make scholarship offers April 1, 2020
Application Procedure:
Please read the following steps carefully:

1.Prospective applicants can find the full list of MCF eligible programs here: https://www.mcgill.ca/mastercardfdn-scholars/apply-program

Once a program of interest has been identified, the applicant must consult the departmental requirements as well as the standard graduate admission requirements,to verify that they are eligible to apply. Please note that meeting the minimum graduate admissions requirements does not guarantee nomination for the Mastercard Foundation Scholarship Program or admission to McGill University.

2.If the minimum requirements are met, the applicant may request nomination from the department via email. This request should have the following information enclosed:
-University Transcript
-Curriculum Vitae (CV)
-Short Personal Statement (max. 350 words).

3.The nomination made by the department acts as a verification step. If an applicant has been nominated, they will be prompted to create an account on the uApply portal and share the username with the nominating department.

The applicant MUST wait until they have been nominated before creatingan account in order for the application to be considered for the MCF scholarship.Please note that being nominated does not guarantee admission to McGill University.

4.Once nominated(department must send the completed nomination form to mcf-scholars@mcgill.ca),the applicant will be issued a fee waiver and should complete the admission application in uApply. They should upload the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program Application Form, sponsor letter and bank statement to the uApply checklist.
5.The applicant should request their Referee complete the MCFSP Recommendation form and return the completed form by email tomcf-scholars@mcgill.ca.

6.Once all of the requested documents have been received,the department will review the application.-If the applicant is admitted to their program of study, their MCFSP application is pre-screened. Ifselected at the pre-screening stage,the application moves on to the MCFSP Selection Committee for review. -If the applicant isrefused admission, they are no longer eligible for the scholarship.

7.Successful applicants will be notified in April 2020 if they have been selected for the 2020 Cohort of the Mastercard Foundation Scholarship Program at McGill University.
Documents:
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International Labour Organization (ILO) 2019 Global Media Competition on Labour Migration (Fully Funded Fellowship to ITC-Turin in Italy and $1,000 cash Prize )

Application Deadline: 31 October 2019 (23:59, Central European Time)
The International Labour Organization (ILO) is launching its fifth annual Global Media Competition to recognize exemplary media coverage of labour migration. This year’s themes are ‘fair recruitment’ and ‘the future of labour migration’.
The Global Media Competition aims to recognize and promote quality reporting on labour migration issues.The 2019 competition themes are ‘fair recruitment’and ‘the future of labour migration’, in two categories:professional and student journalism.
For the first time, the competition has a student prize category and the option for a fellowship prize.
The competition aims to promote quality reporting on labour migration issues. Across the world, migrants face prejudice, intolerance and stigmatization in their workplaces and communities. Negative public narratives can lead to abuse and exploitation, and challenge social cohesion.
Balanced and ethical reporting can play an important role in addressing stereotypes and misconceptions, and in highlighting the positive contribution migrant workers make in their origin and destination countries.
Prize:
Each of the four winners will be able to choose between two prize options:
-Paid fellowship (course fees, Daily Subsistence Allowance (DSA) and travel) to participate in a one-week ITC-Turin course on a fair recruitment or labour migration related topic in 2020; or
-A cash prize of $1,000 USD.
Student Award
•Award categories: one prize will be awarded for one of the two categories: -Exemplary reporting on fair recruitment of migrant workers, or -Exemplary reporting on the future of labour migration. For details on the categories see the section above for professionals.
•Prize:
The winner will be able to choose between two prize options:
-Paid fellowship (course fees, DSA and travel) to participate in a one-week ITC-Turin course on a fair recruitment or labour migration related topic; or -A cash prize of $300 USD

How to enter

Complete the online entry form in the category of either ‘professional’ or ‘student’ category. You can submit your piece in the following categories: written press, photo essay, multimedia, video and/or radio. See the full Terms and Conditions for details.
To qualify, entries must have been published between 1 November 2018 and 31 October 2019 (see Terms and Conditions for details). A submission in any language is welcome, however an English, French or Spanish translation must be included if the submitted material, or parts of it are in another language.


Key dates

31 October 2019 (23:59, Central European Time): Deadline for submissions, via the online entry form .
18 December 2019 (International Migrants Day): Competition winners will be announced (winners will be contacted in advance).
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TWAS-UNESCO Associateship Scheme 2020 for researchers from developing countries (Funded)

Application Deadline: 2 December 2019
In collaboration with UNESCO and a number of centres of excellence in the South, TWAS has instituted a Joint Associateship Scheme to enable competent researchers from the South to visit these centres regularly. An associate is appointed for three years during which he/she can visit a Centre twice for research collaboration. Almost 300 centres have been selected to participate in the Scheme.
In 1994, in cooperation with UNESCO, TWAS instituted an Associateship Scheme to help counteract the brain drain affecting many developing countries. The programme supports regular visits by researchers from developing countries to centres of excellence in the South. Almost 300 centres of excellence in the South have agreed to participate in the programme. The lists of participating centres are available here (175 in Argentina and 97 in all other developing countries).
Applicants must hold a PhD or equivalent degree. The selection of associates is highly competitive; appointments are made on the basis of merit. Special consideration is given to scientists from isolated institutions in developing countries. Women scientists are especially encouraged to apply.
Appointments have a fixed duration of three years. During this time, the associate is entitled to visit the host centre twice, for a period of 2 to 3 months each time. Subject to the availability of funds, the appointment may be renewed for a further 3-year term.
The Associateship covers the associate’s travel expenses and a monthly contribution of USD300 towards incidental local expenses. The host centre covers accommodation and food, and provides the research facilities.
Submitting your application
Applicants must complete the online application form by clicking on the ‘Apply now’ button at the bottom of this page. While filling in the online application, applicants also need to upload the following documentation:
  • scanned copy of the applicant’s passport, even if expired (page with applicant’s name and surname);
  • supporting Statement from Head of Home Institution;
  • the applicant’s curriculum vitae (no more than 4 pages);
  • the applicant’s full list of publications;
  • PhD certificate;
  • two letters of recommendation by two referees, one of whom should be from an expert from another country;
  • a recent invitation letter – on the host institution’s letterhead paper – from one of the Institutions listed in the files available here. It should contain the proposed time of the visits (two to three months for each visit) and should refer to the proposed cooperation. It should be made evident that the applicant and the proposed host have been in contact regarding the scientific work to be done during the visit and that the conditions for conducting the work have been agreed in terms of the timing of the visit and the facilities available.
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2019 Euromena Awards – Sub-Saharan Africa Edition for Innovative Entrepreneurs -10 000 € Prize


The third edition of the euromena awards – sub-Saharan Africa edition – is officially launched!
Euromena Consulting is organising for the third consecutive year the Euromena Awards, a start-up competition dedicated to local and innovative entrepreneurs. After Abidjan in Côte d’Ivoire in 2017 and Beirut in Lebanon in 2018, the competition will take place in Dakar, Senegal, this year, for the return of the Sub-Saharan Africa Edition.
Convinced that Africa is a fount of talent and ideas, Euromena Consulting carries out the vast majority of its missions there and is now a real connoisseur of the challenges of entrepreneurship on this continent.
Euromena Consulting will once again highlight the most innovative African entrepreneurs this year.

Rewards

  • 6 months of customized, high quality business consulting support including coaching, mentorship, and advisory services adapted to the winner’s needs, valued at US$150,000
  • Networking, exposure and access through Euromena Consulting’s vast existing network of key stakeholders across the sub-saharan countries
  • Local and regional engagement with partners, clients and beneficiaries through access to Euromena Consulting events and opportunities

For the winner

€5,000 $

For the 2nd place

€3,000 $

For the 3rd place

€2,000
Information about the event:
📆: December 12th
📌: in dakar 🇸🇳
After the selection of finalists, a jury of experts will select 3 winners who will be awarded:
✅ of 10 000 € to share
✅ a personalized support of the euromena teams for 6 months for the winner
How to participate?
You are…
▶️… an innovative African entrepreneur…
▶️… with an operational project or in the process of launch…
▶️… having an impact on African society…
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Nafasi za kazi CRDB Bank Plc, Portfolio Manager

JOB VACANCY
CRDB Bank PLC is looking for suitable person to fill a vacant position of Portfolio
Manager; IT & Digital Transformation Projects in the Department of Project
Management Office at the Head Office, in Dar es Salaam.

Job Purpose:
Reporting to Head; Project Management Office, the role is responsible to ensure successful
delivery of IT and Digital Transformation projects in line with the approved baseline and
strategy.

Key responsibilities:

  • Translate the digital transformation strategy into relevant projects and programs
  • Establish and effectively motivate for the requisite resources necessary for successful implementation of portfolio projects and programs
  • Contribute to formulation and review of the digital transformation strategy
  • Review and improve projects/programs business cases to ensure they are aligned to the digital transformation strategy
  • Coach and mentor project and program managers under the portfolio
  • Define, leverage and manage synergies and dependencies between the various IT and Digital Transformation Projects/Programs
  • Ensure compliance to the organizational project management framework in execution of portfolio projects and programs
  • Maintain the knowledge base for the portfolio
  • Develop and maintain templates, checklists and other project artefacts that support effective implementation of portfolio projects/programs
  • Direct and motivate the portfolio team
  • Effectively communicate portfolio expectations to team members and stakeholders in a timely and clear manner
  • Liaise with portfolio stakeholders on an on-going basis
  • Set and continually manage expectations with team members and other stakeholders.
  • Manage portfolio risks, issues, dependencies and assumptions by ensuring proper recording, assignment, ownership and timely escalation to the appropriate level of management where necessary
  • Communicate progress to relevant stakeholders in a clear and timely manner
  • Monitor progress against plan and institute corrective measures in the event of any deviations
  • Manage changes to the portfolio baseline in line with the stipulated change control process and best practice
  • Effectively manage performance of third party vendors and contractors
  • Oversee successful transition of portfolio projects/programs into operations
  • Leverage the benefits management framework to facilitate realization of envisaged benefits from the portfolio projects and programs
  • Drive adoption of portfolio deliverables through effective change management.

Attributes:

  • Good Communication skills
  • Project/Program/Portfolio Management
  • Digital Transformation Strategy Execution
  • Stakeholder Management
  • Communications Management
  • Change Management.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree with a STEM focus (Science, Technology, Engineering or Math) or in Business Administration or any other related field. MBA would be an added advantage
  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience in project/program/portfolio management
  • At least 5 years working experience in the financial services industry
  • Advanced knowledge of Agile Project Management methodologies.

Remuneration:
CRDB BANK PLC offers competitive remuneration and benefits. Successful candidate will
receive attractive and competitive package commensurate with the demands of the position.
Mode of Application & Closing Date

Interested candidates who meet the above criteria should submit an Application Letter
accompanied with copies of academic transcripts, certificates and with a detailed up to date
CV with two work related referees addressed to the Director of Human Resources to reach
him not later than 24th September 2019.

Director of Human Resources
CRDB Bank Limited
P.O.Box 268
DAR ES SALAAAM
Tel: 022-2117441/7
Email: career.career@crdbbank.com

Nafasi 2 za kazi-Amref Health Africa, Community Service Officers

Community Service Officers  

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Amref Health Africa is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO) whose mission is “to improve the health of people by partnering with and empowering communities and strengthening health systems”. Amref Health Africa has over 1000 employees throughout Africa with its headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya. Amref Health Africa has offices in Tanzania, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, and South Africa, Malawi, Zambia, South Sudan and Senegal and a number of offices in Europe and North America for fundraising. Amref Health Africa-Tanzania is largely supported by Multilateral, Bilateral and National donors, implementing several programmes including HIV/AIDS/TB/Malaria, Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health, Water and sanitation, e learning programme and clinical outreach. Amref Health Africa -Tanzania has the following vacancies:

Position Title: Community Service Officers (2)
Location/Work Station: Tanga
Reports to: Community Services Advisor

Job summary:
The focus of the Community services to strengthen referrals and linkage from testing services
to enrolment , retention and adherence to ART in the firths 12 months in respective Districts
with frequent technical advice and guidance from the project Community services Advisor
Specific responsibilities and duties:
 Assist the Community linkage tracking ad in strengthening linkage to HIV care
through use of the expert client’s peer navigators to physically escort newly diagnosed
PLHIV to the CTC.
 Strengthen bidirectional referrals from community HIV testing services and follow up of partners of index clients at the facility.
 Strengthen Linkage and retention of clients in treatment including identification and operationalization of community-based ART delivery models that are flexible and
responsive to the needs of PLHIV (using CHW and stable clients).
 Support adherence and improve community support groups to support PLHlVs adherence to ART and TB medication
 Provide linkage of PLHIV to the economic strengthening and life skills training
 Assist the community linkage advisor in the implementation of community programs specifically on engagement of community health workers on tracing of defaulters to the loss to follow up of pre
 ART and ART clients through improving evidence linkages between health facilities and community.
 Responsible with achievement of agreed targets and outputs of HIV care and support at community level
 Collaborate with CHMTs to identify training needs for community health workers and organize basic and refresher trainings using currently
 Carry out any other responsibilities as assigned by supervisor.

Qualification
 Medical /Social Sciences Degree
 Proven critical analysis skills and report writing skills
 At least 3 years of hands on experiences at a senior position in community based program
NGO which is active in health development
 Ability to maintain confidentiality regarding Clients health status and sensitive information in data sources
 Good interpersonal and people management skills a team player and builder
 Good command of English and Swahili language will be an added advantage

HOW TO APPLY

If you meet the criteria given above and interested in the vacancies, please send an application letter and CV combined in as one document indicating your present employer and position, daytime telephone contact, names and addresses of three referees.

To be considered, your application must be received by 16.30 HOURS September 20, 2019. Please mention the job title/vacancy name or use the job title as the subject line when applying for this position failure to do that your application may not be retrieved.

All correspondences should be directed to: Email: jobs.tanzania@amref.org

Direct application through mail will not be accepted.