Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Careers at Nelson Mandela African Institution Science & Technology - Personal Secretary I

Job Title: Personal Secretary I - 2 posts

Employer: Nelson Mandela African Institution Science & Technology (NM-AIST)

Duty Station: Arusha, Tanzania

Application Deadline: 31st July 2014

Job Description:

The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania has granted NM-AIST employment permits Ref. No. BC.10/87/012/J/88 and Ref. No.BC.10/87/012/J/84 to employ 18 staff.

Minimum Entry Qualifications and Experience:

Holder of Diploma in Secretarial Studies plus 100/120 w.p.m shorthand in English or Kiswahili and 50 w.p.m typing, tabulation and manuscript stage III, and who has completed advanced Computer Course from a recognized Institution with at least three years working experience from a reputable organisation.

Duties and Responsibilities:

• Typing and printing letters, minutes, notices, bulletins, circulars, certificates, charts and stencils
• Taking proper care of all machines under his/her charge and makes sure they are used for official work only
• Filing copies of typed letters in relevant files
• Receiving and directing visitors
• Attending telephone calls and takes messages
• Performing any other Duties and Responsibilities assigned by one’s reporting officer

Salary Scale - PGSS 9

How to Apply:

Interested applicants are required to submit their applications incorporating the following:

(i) Certified photocopies of relevant Certificates and Academic Transcripts
(ii) Curriculum Vitae (mentioning the date of birth as well)

(iii) Names of at least two referees
(iv) Contact details: postal address, telephone and e-mail addresses.

(v) Those who are employed in the Public Service should route their applications through their respective employers

All applications should be addressed to:

Deputy Vice Chancellor – Planning, Finance and Administration,
The Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST),

P.O. Box 447 Arusha,


NB: This advertisement can also be accessed through the website of the Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology;