Monday, 9 December 2013

Credit Appraisal / Analyst Manager Jobs at Twiga Bancorp Limited



Job Title: Credit Appraisal / Analyst Manager (1 Post)

Employer: Twiga Bancorp Limited ( TBCL)

Duty Station:  Dar Es Salaam

Application Deadline: 06th January 2014

Salary  Scale:          TBSS.11

Qualifications;
Holder of First Degree in Banking, Economics, Finance, Accountancy or equivalent from a recognized Institution with not less than 5 years relevant working experience in Credit Administration in a reputable firm, 2 of which should be at Senior Managerial level.

Duties and Responsibilities;
  • To process loan applications promptly and put up appropriate recommendations to enable the approving authorities make objective decisions. In doing so they shall take into consideration the prospective borrowers' credit standing, business and financial viability, management competency, industrial situation, collateral support and potential income to the institution.
  • Discuss specific underwriting concerns; manage the bank's alarm and high risk audit for new loans and maturing high risk approval for loans.
  • Gathering information and reading financial briefings Assessing analyzing and interpreting complicated financial information
  • Undertaking risk assessment analysis Visiting clients
  • Keeping company credit exposure within set risk bearing limits
  • Helping to enhance the quality of credit applications Making recommendation about procedural policy changes
  • Solicits prospective loan applicants, conducts interviews with existing and prospective borrower on
  • credit relationship, and collects loan application and other credit documents from borrowers.
  • To process loan applications promptly and put up appropriate recommendations to enable the approving authorities make objective decisions. In doing so they shall take into consideration the prospective borrowers' credit standing, business and financial


How to Apply:
Only short listed candidates will be contacted for interview Applications should be addressed to:

The Chief Executive Officer,
Twiga Bancorp Ltd
P O BOX 10119
Dar Es Salaam


Capacity Building Lead Job at KPMG



Job Title: Capacity Building Lead

Employer: KPMG

Duty Station:  Dar Es Salaam

Application Deadline: 13th December 2013

Purpose:
The Capacity Building Lead is responsible for organizing and responding to capacity building assistance needs and requests from grant recipients on the programme, drawing down on the short term technical expertise of the Technical Assistance Pool as necessary.  They will do this through a close working relationship with the Matching Grants and Social Venture Capital Fund teams, given that it is the Fund teams that will have the closest relationship with the grant recipients.

Tasks:
  • Provide capacity building assistance to organizations in a lead or supportive role, as well as coordinate the delivery of CBA with consultants and partnering organizations
  • Perform needs assessments and identify grant recipients’ needs and resources
  • Analyze needs assessments and develop a capacity building assistance plan
  • Provide proper documentation for all CBA activities planned and conducted
  • Develop training materials and conduct trainings and conference presentations
  • Participant in necessary collaborative efforts with other capacity building support providers and national training networks
  • Establish partnerships with agricultural organizations in Tanzania
  • Attend effective behavioral intervention and organization development training
  • Market CBA services and best practices at national/regional conferences and meetings and through written materials (newsletters, collaborative documents, etc.)
  • Assist in the preparation of grant reports and applications
  • Participate in programme events, fund development activities and special projects
  • Other duties as assigned by the supervisor

Skills and Experience:
  • Relevant professional experience in organizational development
  • Demonstrated ability to provide technical assistance, one-on-one mentoring, and small group training sessions
  • Excellent communication skills (verbal, written, presentation, interpersonal)
  • Computer skills, including word processing and data management
  • Ability to travel to southern Tanzania as necessary (approx. 5 days per month)
  • Fluency in written and spoken English, preference for working knowledge of Kiswahili
  • In possession of, or willing to obtain, a work permit for Tanzania


How to Apply:
If your career aspirations match this exciting opportunity, please forward your curriculum vitae giving details of your qualifications and experience quoting IDAS/2013/CBL in the subject line to hthati@kpmg.co.ke.




Jobs at KPMG - Junior Grants Associate





Job Title: Junior Grants Associate

Employer: KPMG

Duty Station:  Dar Es Salaam

Application Deadline: 13th December 2013

Purpose:
The Junior Grants Associate position is designed to assist in the management of a portfolio of grants in Southern Tanzania.

Tasks:
Pre-contract:
  • Review of draft business plans and supporting documentation to ensure completeness and adherence to the grant terms;
  • Review of all contracting documentation to ensure they meet set requirements;
  • Finalization of Grant Memorandums after project approval by an Investment Committee;

Contracting:
  • Preparation of funding agreements between the programme and the grantees.
  • Tracking of funding agreement signing processes until finalization.

Project Monitoring:
  • Requesting progress reports (technical and financial) from grantees and availing the necessary templates for their completion.
  • Follow up on reports not submitted as per due date by the grantees.
  • Review, analyze and assess grantees performance against KPIs as per funding agreement;
  • Provide comments to the Grants Manager and Risk and Compliance Manager to aid their review of the grantees progress reports.
  • Preparation of draft letters to grantees highlighting key concerns on project performance
  • Sending feedback to grantees and AGRA after the review process has been completed and agreed on with the Project Director.
  • Follow up on feedback sent to the grantee to ensure issues raised have been addressed by the grantee.
  • Prepare necessary contract addendums as required throughout the project duration.
  • Ensure documentation relating the grant is filed appropriately both physically and electronically.

Skills and Experience:
  • Minimum of 1.5 years professional work experience in accounting and financial management
  • Candidate should have CPA qualification or equivalent or is in the process of obtaining such a qualification.
  • Graduate qualifications in Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Business Administration/Accounting related degree, or equivalent
  • Fluency in written and spoken English, preference for working knowledge of Kiswahili
  • In possession of, or willing to obtain, a work permit for Tanzania


How to Apply:

If your career aspirations match this exciting opportunity, please forward your curriculum vitae giving details of your qualifications and experience quoting IDAS/2013/JGA in the subject line  to hthati@kpmg.co.ke

Senior Grants Associate Jobs in Tanzania at KPMG


Job Title: Senior Grants Associate

Employer: KPMG

Duty Station:  Dar Es Salaam

Application Deadline: 13th December 2013

Purpose:
The Senior Grants Associate will be responsible for managing a single Junior Grant Associate initially, which will eventually grow to a team of three Junior Grants Associates.  He or she will also be expected to have a good grasp of all elements of management of the grant portfolio, and through this be the first point of call should there be questions regarding the portfolio.  He or she will benefit from back-stopping support from the Grants Manager.

Tasks:
Pre-contract stage:
  • Review of draft business plans and supporting documentation to ensure completeness and adherence to the grant terms;
  • Review of all contracting documentation to ensure they meet Engagement and Investment Committee requirements;
  • Finalization of Grant Memorandums after project approval by the Investment Committee;

Contracting stage:
  • Preparation of funding agreements.
  • Tracking of funding agreement signing processes until finalization.

Project monitoring:
  • Requesting progress reports (technical and financial) from grantees and availing the necessary templates for their completion.
  • Follow up on reports not submitted as per due date by the grantees.
  • Review, analyze and assess grantees performance against KPIs as per funding agreement;
  • Provide comments to the Grants Manager and Risk and Compliance Manager to aid their review of the grantees progress reports.
  • Preparation of draft letters to grantees highlighting key concerns on project performance
  • Sending feedback to grantees and client after the review process has been completed and agreed on with the Project Director.
  • Follow up on feedback sent to the grantee to ensure issues raised have been addressed by the grantee.
  • Prepare necessary contract addendums as required throughout the project duration.
  • Ensure documentation relating the grant is filed appropriately both physically and electronically.

Skills and Experience:
  • Minimum of 3 years professional work experience in accounting and financial management
  • Knowledge of internal and external audit would be an added benefit, but it is not essential.
  • Candidate should have CPA qualification or equivalent or is in the process of obtaining such a qualification.
  • Graduate qualifications in Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Business Administration/Accounting related degree, or equivalent
  • Fluency in written and spoken English, preference for working knowledge of Kiswahili
  • In possession of, or willing to obtain, a work permit for Tanzania


How to Apply:
If your career aspirations match this exciting opportunity, please forward your curriculum vitae giving details of your qualifications and experience quoting IDAS/2013/SGA in the subject line to hthati@kpmg.co.ke


Grants Manager Job Vacancy at KPMG

Job Title: Grants Manager

Employer: KPMG

Duty Station:  Dar Es Salaam

Application Deadline: 13th December 2013

Purpose:
The Grants Manager position is designed to oversee all aspects of grant funding on the programme, including operationalising and managing the grants management team.

Tasks:
  • Contribute to developing guidelines and assessment criteria for funding applications and proposals
  • Contribute to identifying and commissioning grant recipients
  • Conduct a Call for Proposals process from start to finish, including evaluating concept notes and proposals, identifying suitable recipients of innovation funds and ensuring that each undergoes a fiduciary and management  assessment
  • Liase with grant recipient organizations on disbursement schedules and reporting requirements and prepare funding agreements for individual grantees
  • Coordinate and oversee the review and approval of grantees’ budgets (forecasting and spending), work-plans and accounting systems, with the help of a dedicated accounts staff member
  • Retain oversight of the grants budget and the Fund account, contributing as necessary to quarterly disbursement reports, accounts and cash forecasts, and contributing to ensuring compliance with financial management regulations
  • Participate in procurement of goods and services as the needs arise
  • Coordinate, as necessary, with partners implementing other components of the same programme
  • Contribute to risk mitigation plans based on experience with grantees
  • Contribute as necessary to a knowledge management system for partners and grantees

Skills and Experience:
  • At least five years’ experience managing grants on donor funded programmes, preferably for agricultural or related activities
  • A degree in an accounting related field (ACCA or equivalent qualification preferable)
  • Familiarity with agricultural productivity and food security issues in Tanzania, including having networks within the Government of Tanzania, private sector and civil society
  • Fluency in written and spoken English, preference for working knowledge of Kiswahili
  • In possession of, or willing to obtain, a work permit for Tanzania


How to Apply:
If your career aspirations match this exciting opportunity, please forward your curriculum vitae giving details of your qualifications and experience quoting IDAS/2013/MGGM in the subject line to hthati@kpmg.co.ke
                                            


Agricultural Project Manager Jobs at KPMG




Job Title: Agricultural Project Manager

Employer: KPMG

Duty Station:  Dar Es Salaam

Application Deadline: 13th December 2013

Purpose:
The Agricultural Project Manager position is designed to support the leader of the Matching Grants Fund, who will have some agricultural expertise him or herself and will in turn report to the Team Leader for the overall programme.  The Agricultural Project Manager will engage with current and potential recipients of funding under the programme, and work closely with short term experts to provide technical agricultural expertise to the task of managing and monitoring projects receiving funding through the programme.

Tasks:
  • Provide beginning to end support to potential applicants to the Matching Grants Fund, which will include becoming familiar with the fund’s project selection criteria and helping potential applicants to understand them; assisting projects to develop high quality business plans through meetings with them and carrying out basic due diligence; assessing project concept notes and proposals, and guiding successful applicants through the fund contracting process
  • Helping to identify and attract interest from companies and projects that will have a positive impact on long-term agricultural productivity and food security in Tanzania
  • Provide beginning to end support to successful fund applicants, including developing baselines and monitoring grant recipients’ progress over time; ensuring that grant recipients’ business plans and monitoring plans are being implemented satisfactorily; lead or participate in period reviews of grant recipients, and provide necessary support to grant recipients as required – for example working with companies to develop detailed terms of reference for procurement of additional services as necessary
  • Assist to establish appropriate linkages with the Tanzanian government, donors, private sector bodies, potential project partners, and civil society
  • Draw on, help develop and disseminate a wider learning agenda from the programme in Tanzania, to further the reputation of the programme and help it to achieve its goals of improved agricultural productivity and food security in Tanzania
  • When requested, to represent the programme, and speak on the programme’s behalf at private and public meetings and events
  • Contribute to the writing of programme progress reports for the client
  • Undertake other duties as may be requested

Skills and Experience:
  • 4- 6 years’ experience in agribusiness
  • Excellent planning, facilitation and mentoring skills
  • Experience of supporting private sector organizations to strengthen their operations
  • Experience of supporting organizations to strengthen their approaches to monitoring, learning and evaluation
  • Understanding of the Tanzania business operating environment
  • Understanding of the operations of Development Partners
  • Fluency in written and spoken English, preference for working knowledge of Kiswahili
  • Graduate / Masters qualification in Agriculture / Agricultural Economics / Business
  • High performing team player, able to contribute to the effectiveness of AECF Tanzania’s programme management, but also effective working independently and without supervision
  • Adaptability and flexibility in taking on, and contributing to, new approaches
  • Willingness to learn and support learning of others
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • In possession of, or willing to obtain, a work permit for Tanzania


How to Apply:
If your career aspirations match this exciting opportunity, please forward your curriculum vitae giving details of your qualifications and experience quoting IDAS/2013/APM in the subject line on or before 13 December 2013 to hthati@kpmg.co.ke

Impact Analyst Jobs in Tanzania at KPMG



Job Title: Impact Analyst

Employer: KPMG

Duty Station:  Dar Es Salaam

Application Deadline: 13th December 2013

Purpose:
The Impact Analyst will be responsible for supporting the Impact Lead, particularly in operationalising a monitoring, evaluation, learning and impact framework for the programme.

Tasks:
  • Operationalising a comprehensive impact measurement framework for the programme
  • Coordinating and undertaking all necessary field visits, and ensuring that programme partners are fully involved in impact measurement
  • Delivering support and mentoring for fund recipients to ensure that results based monitoring evaluation and reporting is integrated in their projects/programmes
  • Contributing to preparing quarterly progress reports and final impact reports
  • Working with the Impact Lead to provide overall quality assurance of the programme, and to develop a knowledge management system where good practices and lessons learnt are maintained and shared by partners and grantees
  • With the Impact Lead, facilitating independent annual reviews as required by the client

Skills and Experience:
  • Experience with impact measurement systems on large donor funded programmes, with ability to fine tune them to the agricultural context of Tanzania
  • Demonstrable understanding of the latest impact measurement thinking, preferably as it relates to agricultural productivity and food security
  • Possession of some networks within the government of Tanzania, private sector and other agricultural organizations would be an asset
  • Fluency in written and spoken English, preference for working knowledge of Kiswahili
  • In possession of, or willing to obtain, a work permit for Tanzania


How to Apply:
If your career aspirations match this exciting opportunity, please forward your curriculum vitae giving details of your qualifications and experience quoting IDAS/2013/IA in the subject line on or before 13 December 2013 to hthati@kpmg.co.ke.

Mechanical Engineer Job at Iris Executive Development Centre

Job Title : Mechanical Engineer

Employer: Iris Executive Development Centre

Duty Station:  Dar Es Salaam

Application Deadline: 20th December 2013

Key Responsibilities
  • Carry out major component changes and repairs as required.
  • Carry out health checks and fault diagnosis.
  • Carry out trend analysis of component failures.
  • Respond to oil sample diagnosis.
  • Follow and comply with company QHSE standards and ensures that all personnel working with him / her adhere to the policies. Carries onsite HSE audits. Able to report an accident in prescribed format.
  • Proactively initiates and takes part in site improvement plans.
  • Assist in the development of new employees including the provision of site induction.
  • If certified to AAP2, carries out HV switching as required.
  • Ensure the installation of sites and demobilisation is carried out as per AIP standard.
  • Liaison with the Supervisor for effective and efficient operation of mechanical equipment and may act on behalf of Supervisor during periods of absence.
  • Maximise cost efficiencies and ensure availability of mechanical consumables on site with optimum inventory level.
  • Maintains a daily site diary.

Qualifications and skills
  • A diploma in mechanical engineering/Trade or equivalent
  • Four years experience working on diesel engines
  • Good understanding of workshop safety standards and rules
  • Basic understanding of electrical systems
  • Ability to troubleshoot

How to Apply:

Please for those who are qualified with the position send in your CV to chussein@iris.co.tz only and not otherwise.

Electrical Engineers Jobs at Iris Executive Development Centre


Job Title :                              Electrical Engineers

Employer: Iris Executive Development Centre

Duty Station:  Dar Es Salaam

Application Deadline: 20th December 2013

Key Responsibilities
  • Maintain and repair Aggreko LV/HV switchgear, transformers, alternators, motors & associated control panels.
  • Trouble shooting & detailed fault analysis.
  • Ensure maximum plant availability and best possible equipment condition.
  • Ensure that the Permit to Work system is fully implemented as per BOP/040
  • Implement company QHSE policies and ensure that all personnel working with him adhere to the policies. Carries out site HSE audits and Accident reporting knowledge.
  • Assist in the development of new employees including the provision of site induction.
  • Ensure the installation of sites and demobilization is carried out as per AIP Standard.
  • Provide a focal point for coordinating initial response to site electrical incidents.
  • Liaison with the Supervisor for effective and efficient operation of electrical equipment.
  • Maximise cost efficiencies and ensure availability of electrical consumables on site with optimum inventory level.
  • Report and document component failures.
  • Maintains a daily site diary.
Person Specification/Job Requirements
·         A diploma in electrical engineering/Trade or equivalent
·         Four to five years experience working on high or low voltage systems
·         Good understanding of electrical safety standards and rules
·         Basic understanding of diesel run engines/generators

 How to Apply:
Please for those who are qualified with the position send in your CV to chussein@iris.co.tz only and not otherwise.



In-Country Communications Jobs at Compassion International Tanzania

Job Title: In-Country Communications Specialist

Employer: Compassion International Tanzania (CIT)

Duty Station:  Arusha

Application Deadline: 14th December 2013

Compassion International Tanzania is an Evangelical Christian Holistic Child Development Ministry dedicated to the needy children of Tanzania. Compassion's sponsorship programs help to release children from spiritual, economic, social and physical poverty, with a view of enabling them to become responsible and fulfilled Christian adults.

Core Duties and Responsibilities               ,
  • Has a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Is a consistent witness for Jesus Christ, maintains a courteous, Christ-like attitude in dealing with people within and outside of Compassion and faithfully upholds Compassion's ministry in prayer.
  • Working within one's influence, serves as an advocate for children around the world who live in poverty and are not able to speak out for themselves. This includes being informed about the issues of children and influencing others to care about children who are in need.
  • Develops and maintains a communications strategy to recruit and cultivate new Church Partners, support the development of existing Church Partners, and keep Church Partners informed and inspired in their ministry to children. Supports the development of materials and events to accomplish this strategy,
  • Where applicable, creates and delivers communication materials to support field office public relations efforts. Fosters collaborative relationships with Program Communications by sharing stories and resources to create materials to service field office needs. Provides website, video, radio, and other media content as per national strategy.
  • Coordinates, Monitors and ensures proper usage of global branding guidelines in all communications within the field office domain and with Church Partners, including educational and advocacy materials. Reflects the mission, core values, and foundational principles of Compassion in all communications.
  • Collaborates with the Training & Support Te~m (and Sponsor & Donor Services Team where applicable) to ensure properly branded Training Materials, Curriculum, and Child Letter Stationery. b.Coliaborates with the HR Office to develop motivational communication strategies within the field office, including informing staff on topics relevant to their work in a holistic church and child development ministry.
  • Represents and communicates Compassion's message accurately and ensures the Field Office presents a consistent voice in all external communications. Where necessary,. networks to promote good relationships with church associations, government, media and other entities' involved in child development and/or advocacy.
  • a-Serves as the first point of contact for in-country media relations requesting interviews or any other information regarding Compassion's work.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required
  • 1Mature Christian person, with evangelical Christian values; a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and above reproach in integrity and honesty.
  • At least University degree in Public Relations, Marketing, Communications or related field.
  • Three years experience in public relations, marketing, communications or related field. NGO experience preferred.
  • Expertise in public speaking and networking, as well as with print communications.
  • Experience in coordinating service providers, including graphic designers, video & audio, editors, and printers.
  • Ability to gather, contextualize and promote relevant material in a professional and attractive
  • manner.
  • Customer Service approach in working relationships.
  • Excellent communication skills (both in English and Kiswahili).
  • Knowledge of personal computers using Microsoft Office, including Access, Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint. Knowledge of Adobe products (In-Design, PhotoShop, Illustrator, Acrobat) is preferred.
  • Working Conditions
  • The above statements are intended to describe the essential functions of this job. It may be necessary for a person to perform other tasks as needed.
  • Limited travel is required.


How to Apply:
Interested and suitably qualified Tanzanians should forward their applications, including application letter, a referral letter from his/her pastor, a detailed up to date CV,2 current passport size photographs, and copies of all academic and professional credentials to:
Country Director,
Compassion 'International Tanzania (CIT),
 P. O. Box 3064, Arusha
Tanzania.
Note: After applying only the short listed shall be contacted and if you do not hear from us by 20th December 2013 consider yourself unsuccessful.




Regional Program Manager at Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation [EGPAF]

Job Title: Regional Program Manager Associate Director of Field Programs

Employer: Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation [EGPAF]

Duty Station: Tabora, Tanzania

Application Deadline: 13th Dec 2013


Job Description:

The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation [EGPAF] supports Tanzania's Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and other stakeholders in the roll out and strengthening of a broad scale up of HIV programs through a District approach. Supported programs include comprehensive and integrated Reproductive & Child Health and Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV (PMTCT) services in seven regions (Arusha, Kilimanjaro, Shinyanqa, Simiyu, Tabora, Lindi and Mtwara); HIV Care and Treatment services (C& T) in four regions (Arusha, Kilimanjaro, Tabora and Lindi); and community based HIV support .ervices, including Home Based Care (HBC) in three regions on mainland Tanzania (Mwanza, Pwani and Tabora) and on Zanzibar.

Job Summary:

The Regional Program Manager has the main responsibility of promoting Clizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation's country strategic plan and provides specific programmatic t operational strategic direction to facilitate the work of EGPAF in respective region(s). RPM is responsible for day-to-day oversight of the implementation of activities in respective regions and supports project management with a focus on leadership and management, supervision of technical team and program activities, supervision of operations team and operational program activities, (on tracts and grants, communication and representation as well as capacity building and transition to local authorities. The RPM ensures that the program delivers the designed objectives and intended impact is realized.

Major Responsibilities and Tasks

1. Leadership and management

Implement a country strategic plan and ensure that field office staffs are involved in the implementation of the country strategic plan.
Ensure that the foundation provides technical, financial and material inputs and assistance to local implementing health facilities/sub-grantees and ensure that their technical and financial performance is of a high standard.
Assure effective planning and coordination of program and operations activities in respective region (s).
Oversee program operations and reporting, ensuring compliance with Foundation policies, USG rules and regulations, MoHSW policies, and Tanzania law.
Oversee the preparation of annual work plans and budgets.

2. Supervise technical team and program activities

Supervise the Regional Program Coordinator (RPC) and ensure that the program meets the targets and deliverables outlined in the cooperative agreement and satisfies other program commitments.
Conduct quarterly joint supportive supervision with the RHMTs. Facilitate the implementation of the planned activities and work plans.      
Facilitate the implementation of the sub grantees planned activities and work plans.
Organize and conduct proposal renewal workshop. Organize and conduct partners meeting.
Ensure that RPC prepare and. submit monthly and quarterly technical reports to TA,TD, ATD and ADFP.

3. Supervise operations team and operational program activities:

Contracts and grants

Supervise the Finance and Administration Officer (FAO) in his/her responsibility for management of office space, communications, transportation, local procurement, general logistics, finance, human resources, IT, and contract and grants.
Ensure adequate supervision of EGPAF supported sub-grantees. Assure timely and practical feedback to EGPAF's sub-grantees based on their submitted data and the findings from supervision. Ensure proper communication with EGPAF partners and sites for smooth and effective implementation and monitoring of EGPAF program.
Manages the process of establishing sub-agreements with partners.
Ensures sub grantees have available funding per their agreements at all times.
Ensures the implementation of sub agreements in line with all applicable policies, procedures and local laws.
Ensures all documentation regarding the sub grantees is well maintained.
Interface with the compliance field team to ensure proper alliance. With donor regulations,
Work with the operation’s and technical team to ensure appropriate staffing in field offices and participate in the recruitment process of technicians and operations staff when appropriate.
Assure proper orientation of new staff at field office.
Ensure that FAO and RPC conduct performance evaluations to their staff in a professional and timely manner and submit the performance evaluations on time.
Promote team building among all staff in field offices

Procurement and Logistics
Oversees all processes for identifying appropriate goods and services to be purchased in order to support the Foundation’s needs.
Manages relationships with key vendors and landlords, and ensures all procurement activities are properly documented and all appropriate pre-approvals are obtained.
Oversee management of an inventory system of all Foundation property and equipment, ensures vehicles are properly maintained ofthe Foundation's sub awardees.

Administration:

Oversees the general maintenance, security and use of the Foundation's office premise(s), equipment and supplies and ensures that appropriate procedures are in place for receiving visitors and external phone calls.

4. Communication and representation

Acts as the primary point of contact for all field office matters. Ensures both that technical and operational information from the field is properly communicated to Dar es Salaam office. Ensure that technical and operational information from Dar es Salaam office is properly communicated to and understood by field office staff.
Ensure the spirit of collaboration is maintained in the field office taking into consideration each department within the field office, also engenders teamwork and a collegial, supportive, and integrated approach for all departments at field office level. Establish and maintain partnerships with local and central government authorities, local and international NGOs as well as other stakeholders in the region (s).
Represent the Foundation to the Government of Tanzania, the USG, other donors, NGOs, private companies, and relevant stakeholders.
Work with stakeholders and partners to support national guidelines and procedures for new service establishment, including financial and administrative support for HIV clinical services.
Interface with the local government authorities and relevant agencies to ensure mutual understanding of programs and optimize resource distribution and the allocation of available funds.

Capacity buildinq and transition to local authorities:

Oversees the technical and operational capacity building efforts of sub grantees in the region.
Oversee implementation of sub grantees capacity building plans.
Supervise implementation of transition and technical responsibility of EGPAF program to district councils and local organizations.
Supervise implementation of transition of management and financial responsibility of EGPAF program to district councils and local organizations.
Work with technical/operations staff to strengthen the capacity of sub-grantees to perform training and planning tasks.

6. Contribute to new business development and proposal development

Participate in business development and proposal development activities of the Foundation.
Facilitate availability of field information and data to the new business development team when required to do so ..
Develop relationships and initiatives at field level to secure additional and longer term financial support to the Foundation.

Qualifications and Experience:

Medical Officer or Nursing Officer preferably with Masters in Public Health or related field
Demonstrated experience in managing human and financial resourc
At least lour years professional experience in HIV program management and practical experience in HIV/AIDS programs in developing countries is required


How to Apply:

Send your CV and cover letters explaining how the experience detailed on in the CV will contribute to the requirements of the position and references to EGPAF.
Human resource Manager EGPAF
 p o box 1628
Oysterbay, Haille Selasie road plot No 8 & 10

Geophysicist II Careers at State Mining Corporation (STAMICO) in Tanzania

Job Title: Geophysicist II (One Post)

Employer: State Mining Corporation (STAMICO)

Duty Station: Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Application Deadline: 27th Dec 2013

Job Description:

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

Participate in geophysical data acquisition;
Develops individual objectives/targets and all performance as part of the individual performance agreement in consul¬tation with the immediate supervisor;
Performs any other duties as may be assigned by the immediate supervisor,

Minimum Qualifications and Experience:

Minimum qualification is Bachelor of Science Geophysics or related fields from a reputable University.

Competences among others are:-

Ability to communicate with excellent writing skills; Ability to supervise and direct professionals,
Strong working knowledge of computer programs: Microsoft word, Excel, Publisher, mine and Mineral Exploration programs and geophysical data processing programs such as Geosoft.

Age Limit: All applicants must be below 30 years old at the date of application.

Note:
Please note that those who applied on the basis of the previous advertisement may re-apply.

Remuneration:

According to STAMICO schemes of service in the salary scale of STAMICO - Salary Scale SMC 5.


How to Apply:

(1) Preference will be given to those with experience in the mining industry;
(2) Candidates should submit a hand written application accompanied by the following: (i) Detailed C.V with three referees who can be contacted;
(ii) Copies of relevant certificates to support qualifications;
(iii) Two recent passport size photographs; and
(iv) Reliable working telephone and e-mail address.
               
 All applications should be addressed to the following physical address:
Director General,
STATE MINING CORPORATION
Plot No. 417/418 - United Nations Road

Economist II Jobs in Tanzania at State Mining Corporation (STAMICO)

Job Title: Economist II (One post)

Employer: State Mining Corporation (STAMICO)

Duty Station: Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Application Deadline: 27th Dec 2013

Job Description:

Duties and Responsibilities:

Carries out marketing studies for mineral commodities;
Conducts regular literature and internet surveys of mineral prices to establish prevailing local and international markets indicator mineral prices;
Develops individual objectives/targ.ets and performance standards as part of individual performance agreement in consultation with the immediate supervisor; and
Performs any other duties as assigned by immediate Supervisor.

Minimum Qualifications and Experience:


Holder of B.5c in Mineral Economics or related fields from a reputable University.

Competence:

Ability to communicate with excellent writing skills; Ability to supervise and direct professionals;
Strong working knowledge of computer programs: Microsoft word, Excel, Publisher and database programs.

Age Limit: All applicants must be below 30 years old at the date of application.

Note:
Please note that those who applied on the basis of the previous advertisement may re-apply.

Remuneration
According to STAMICO schemes of service in the salary scale of STAMICO - Salary Scale SMC 5.


How to Apply:

(1) Preference will be given to those with experience in the mining industry;
(2) Candidates should submit a hand written application accompanied by the following: (i) Detailed C.V with three referees who can be contacted;
(ii) Copies of relevant certificates to support qualifications;
(iii) Two recent passport size photographs; and
(iv) Reliable working telephone and e-mail address.
               
 All applications should be addressed to the following physical address:
Director General,
STATE MINING CORPORATION
Plot No. 417/418 - United Nations Road,



Stationary Attendant Jobs in Tanzania at Legacy Impresion Company

Job Title: Stationary Attendant

Employer: Legacy Impresion Company

Duty Station: Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Application Deadline: 13th Dec 2013


Job Description:

Msichana wa kufanya kazi za stationery anahitajika
Awe anajua kutumia vizuri kompyuta
Awe na muonekano mzuri
Awe anajua kuongea na kuandika kiingereza vizuri
Umri usizidi miaka 30


How to Apply:

Kama unajihisi unaweza kuifanya kazi hii tuma cv na cover letter yako
Ukiiambatanisha na picha ya passport yako kwenda aplication244@gmail.com




THRIVE Program Quality (PQ) Officer Careers at CRS Tanzania

Job Title: THRIVE Program Quality (PQ) Officer

Employer: CRS Tanzania

Duty Station: Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Application Deadline: 21st Dec 2013


Background

CRS Tanzania is implementing the THRIVE Program - an Early Childhood Development (ECD) program, targeting vulnerable children under 5 years of age in three regions: Mwanza, Geita and Tanga.
The THRIVE program is being implemented through three local organizations with already existing Vulnerable Children and ECD programs. The goal of the program is to support children under 5, affected by HIV/AIDS, to thrive in a sustainable culture of care and support. This will be achieved by educating parents and caregivers so they are able to help children meet their development needs and building strong community based organizations that will deliver quality early childhood development services.

Key Responsibilities:

THRIVE Program Quality (PQ) Officer is responsible for ensuring high quality implementation, meeting established standards of quality, and reaching donor targets. S/he will work closely with partners to ensure that the right approach is used during implementation. The Program Quality Officer will frequently travel to the field to monitor performance against targets and to assess progress and quality in implementing project.
S/he works closely with the Program Manager and Senior Project Officer during implementation process.

Specific Responsibilities:

1. Program Quality:

• Collaborate with Program Manager and Senior Project Officer to thoroughly review, analyze and disseminate findings/recommendations from data and information generated by the Thrive program including but not limited to: trip/training reports, institutional capacity assessments, and quarterly/progress reports.
• Collaborate with Thrive partners to ensure report findings/recommendations are implemented.
• Facilitate refresher training to partners on monitoring and evaluation (SMILER) tools
• Monitor closely the implementation of partners’ monthly/quarterly implementation plans.
• Travel to the field regularly to monitor the implementation plan and outcomes to improve program quality. Propose recommendations to the Program Manager for quality improvement.

2. Learning:
• Analyze data from the field and identify key findings to be shared with the team for learning and future plans.
• Facilitate opportunities for exchange visits and other means for partners to share their project experiences and ideas
• Support partners to ensure they identify opportunities for learning as a means of improving program quality through other ECD stakeholders in their regions and outside.

3. Documenting
• Take the lead on coordinating the monitoring and evaluation (SMILER) operating system and ensure that it is being applied
• Work very closely with M&E partner staff to provide support on using SMILER tools
• Ensure use of SMILER tools during reporting period including monthly and quarterly reports.
• Work closely with the Senior Project officer and M&E partner staff to document case studies, best practices, and lessons learned.
• Work with the Program Manager to identify innovative tools to be used as means of data collection by partners.

4. Annual Planning and Reporting:

• Collaborate with the Program Manager, Senior Project Officer and partners to facilitate quarterly meetings
• Support Program Manager to review project approach and adjust as necessary on a regular basis.
• Participate in the preparation and submission of the Annual Implementation plan and budget.
• Participate in the review of monthly and quarterly reports submitted by partners.
• Support the Program Manager in coordinating and facilitating Program Review meetings.
• Work with regional technical advisor on M&E to organize and facilitate SMILER review meeting.

Qualifications and Experience:

• Degree in nutrition, children related issues or sociology or related field
• In-depth understanding of Early Childhood Development, OVC issues, HIV/AIDS related issues in the
Tanzanian context
• Professional experience in M&E programming
• Familiarity with principles and current approaches to M&E of development programs using both quantitative and qualitative methods.
• Proficiency in database development/management, Excel and skills in analyzing, interpreting and communicating information to various stakeholders; experience using ICT for data collection is a plus
• Experience with organizing documentation and sharing best practices
• Prior experience in organizing & facilitating trainings, workshops and meetings

Working Conditions
 Ability to travel within rural Tanzania approximately 75% of the time
 25% will be spent performing other duties including SMILER operating manual, report analysis and documenting, or other assignments from the supervisor.

How to Apply:

If you meet the above qualifications, please submit your cover letter and resume to:

Human Resources Officer,
P.O. Box 34701, Catholic Relief Services,
Dar es Salaam.
Email address: tz_hr@global.crs.org



Monitoring Manager, Communication Manager, Market Development Manager, Deputy Manager-Internal Audit Jobs in Tanzania at BRAC Maendeleo Tanzania

Job Titles: Monitoring Manager, Communication Manager, Market Development Manager, Deputy Manager-Internal Audit,

Employer: BRAC Maendeleo Tanzania

Duty Station: Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Application Deadline: 15th Dec 2013


Job Description:

See PD for application instructions.

How to Apply:

Please apply to: HRD, BRAC Maendeleo Tanzania, Plot #2329, Block-H, MbeziBeach, P.O. Box 105213, Dar Es Salaam or through email to hr.bractz@gmail.com.




Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Project Officer Jobs in Tanzania at Catholic Relief Services (CRS)

Job Title: Project Officer – Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

Employer: Catholic Relief Services (CRS)

Duty Station: Dodoma, Tanzania

Application Deadline: 21st Dec 2013


Job Summary:

Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is an international non-governmental agency specializing in Relief and Community Development activities through working with local partners. The agency provides equal employment opportunities regardless of age, race, gender, religion or disability.

Responsibilities:

The Project Officer M&E will assist the GSF/UMATA Project Manager on all matters pertaining to M&E, reporting and learning.
He/She will Provide technical leadership in the design and implementation of monitoring, evaluation and learning systems for GSF/UMATA Project for SG 5,6,7 to be implemented in Bahi, Chamwino and Kongwa.

Specific Responsibilities:

Lead the development and implementation of M&E learning systems of the project
Ensure timely and accurate data collection, analysis and reporting
Ensure the delivery of quality M&E training and technical assistance to CRS and consortium staff
In collaboration with program staff, ensure that lessons are documented and disseminated
Ensure periodic review of the M&E learning systems, work plans, indicators and targets and make improvements when needed
Ensure the M&E system enables the collection, analysis and reporting of project outcomes as per work plans

Qualifications:

University degree/ advanced Diploma in project management, community development,
Communications, Statistics, MIS, or related field
Minimum of 3 years experience in M&E with strong Qualitative and Quantitative analytical skills.
Proven ability to work with statistical software such as SPSS
Ability to work well both in team environment and independently
Experience working in partnership with local organisations and LGA
Proficiency in MS Office including Word, exel, powerpoint, access, outlook
Experience in GIS mapping
Exellent English and Swahili both written and oral

How to Apply:

If you meet the above qualifications, please submit your cover letter and resume to:

Human Resources Officer,
P.O. Box 34701, Catholic Relief Services,
Dar es Salaam.
Email address: tz_hr@global.crs.org