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TANGAZO LA KAZI UTUMISHI

ADVERTISEMENT OF JOB VACANCY FOR THE POST OF EXECUTIVE
SECRETARYOF THE COUNCIL

1.0 ORGANIZATION PROFILE

The National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) is a body corporate established by Act
of Parliament, Cap. 129. The Act provides a legal framework for the Council to build an efficient
national qualifications system which will ensure that ensuring that products from technical
institutions are of high quality and respond to changing needs of the labour market as well as
technological innovations in the world. NACTE is thus a multi-disciplinary and multi-sectoral
body which is empowered to coordinate and oversee the provision of Technical Education and
Training in all technical institutions in Tanzania, delivering courses at technician, semiprofessional
and professional levels leading to National Technical Awards (NTA) certificates,
diplomas, degrees and other related awards.
In order to effectively fulfill that mandate and meet its objectives and planned activities, the
Council seeks applications from qualified persons for the post of Executive Secretary.

2.0 JOB PURPOSE
The Executive Secretary shall be the Chief Executive Officer of the Council who shall be
appointed and be responsible to the Governing Council for implementing the policies of the
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Council including planning, coordinating and controlling all functions and activities within the
framework and instructions laid down by the Council in accordance with the Act.

3.0 PERSONNEL SPECIFICATIONS
3.1 Qualifications and experience
The applicant should be a holder of Doctorate Degree in one of the fields covered by Council’s
Subject Boards i.e. Science and Allied Technologies (SAT); Business, Tourism and Planning
(BTP); Health and Allied Sciences (HAS); and Teaching and Learning Facilitation
(TLF).Moreover the aspiring candidate must have a minimum of ten (10) years working
experience at senior managerial level in management of tertiary education level preferably in
technical and vocational training institutions. The Applicant should not be more than 55 years by
January 2017, the age which can allow him/her to serve the Council for at least one term of
tenure in Office before reaching the age of compulsory retirement. Registration at professional
level by a relevant professional body, where applicable, will be an added advantage.
3.2 Skills and Competences
(i) Professional requirement
The Candidate should have ability to oversee and produce analytical reports on
projects and programmes; show a high-level of managerial competence; be proud
in work and achievements; be conscientious and efficient in meeting
commitments, have a wide knowledge and understanding of Technical Education
and Training system, observing deadlines and achieving results.
(ii) Skills requirement
The Candidate should have strong leadership, administrative and organizational
capacity; excellent command of both spoken and written Kiswahili and English;
literacy in and knowledge of a wide range of computer packages and should have
a strong interpersonal skills and integrity, including excellent negotiation skills.

4.0 MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
As the Chief Executive of the Council, the Executive Secretary shall be responsible for the
general direction, leadership, administration and supervision of the Council's resources and
operations. Specifically his/her main duties shall include inter alia to:
(a) Develop policies for approval by the Council;
(b) Ensure implementation of the policies and procedures of the Council;
(c) Liaise with other relevant bodies with purpose of providing strategic advice on the
development of Technical Education and Training;
(d) Organize and service meetings of the Council;
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(e) Serve as Accounting Officer of the Council;
(f) Direct the operations of the Secretariat; and
(g) Serve any other duties assigned by the Council/Government.

5.0 TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE
The tenure of office for the Executive Secretary will be three (3) years contract renewable
depending satisfactory performance.

6.0 REMUNERATION
Attractive package and other fringe benefits will be provided in accordance with the existing
NACTE Regulations, Scheme of Service and relevant circulars from the Government as may be
given from time to time.

7.0 APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONSAND SUBMISSION
Applicants should submit their applications including:
(a) Letter of motivation to take up this post;
(b) Certified copies of degree awards and other professional credentials;
(c) Comprehensive Curriculum Vitae(CV);
(d) Membership Certificates from Professional Bodies;
(e) Letter of support from the current or previous employer; and
(f) Complete names and contacts of three referees.

The applications should be posted by registered mail. The deadline for submission of the
applications is 15th October, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. and should be addressed to:

The Chairman,
National Council for Technical Education,
P. O. Box 14942,
Dar-es-Salaam,
Tanzania.
Tel: 255-22-2136205 / 2122836
Fax: 255-22-2115373
E-Mail: mlote_steven@yahoo.com

NAFASI YA KAZI Mohamed Enterprises Tanzania Limited

HR MANAGER POSITION DESCRIPTION:

-The candidate will be responsible to look after all the HR related activities and specially employee relations and labour/disciplinary issues.
- Must be able to lead a team of 4-5 HR Officers
-Candidate must be an HR graduate. Degree in Law will be an added advantage.
-Candidate must have previous experience in labour matters and employee grievance handling.

Recruitment@metl.net

Application Deadline: 30 Sep 2016


Jobs at World Lung Foundation (WLF) - Tanzania

Job title: Maternal Health Consultants (Two Posts)
Duration: 1 month
Duty station: Dar-es-salaam, Kigoma, Morogoro and Pwani

Background
Since 2008, the World Lung Foundation (WLF) Maternal Health Program has contributed to the Government of Tanzania’s efforts to reduce maternal and neonatal mortality by improving women’s access to good-quality emergency obstetric and neonatal care (EmONC). EmONC is the package of health services necessary to treat life-threatening complications that cause the majority of maternal and neonatal deaths.

The WLF program currently works in 37 public facilities in the regions of Kigoma, Morogoro and Pwani to bring good-quality EmONC to rural, isolated populations. WLF has upgraded health centers, strengthens district hospitals, and trains and mentors Assistant Medical Officers to provide emergency obstetric and neonatal care including cesarean sections, trains and mentors nurse-midwives/clinical officers to provide anesthesia, skilled birth attendance and basic emergency obstetric care.

WLF’s strategic plan 2015-2018 underscores the need to share lessons learned from the
program implementation to the wider local, regional and international scientific audience for possible scale-up. To this end we seek to mobilize and organize routine data and information from our archives and from facility records in the project-supported facilities for possible dissemination. Consultant(s) will work with WLF experts to map, collect and organize data on ruptured uterus across all the supported facilities. This task will be supplemented by documentation of case by case records for the proposed variables related to uterine rupture for five years, from January 2011 to December, 2015, by visiting 15 supported facilities. Therefore, the consultant will work with WLF’s focal persons at the supported facilities to sort out patient records and extract information for the specific cases as per indicated variables.

Access to all records and information archived in the WLF’s data collection tools for the
mentioned period (2011 to 2015) will be provided and the consultant will be assisted to access records and information at the supported facilities from respective local government authorities.

Responsibilities
The maternal health consultant will team-up and lead a data clerk to accomplish the following;
1. Records and data mapping: Use the archived monthly and quarterly data collection templates to map out ruptured uterus reported for five years (identify the cases and record when and where it was performed), from January 2011 to December 2015.
2. Data and information records review/audit: Review case by case records in the sorted files and information to establish various demographic data, management choices and outcomes associated with the cases
3. Data organization and analysis: Lead the data clerk to analyze the collected information and data and therefore recommend selected variables for possible publication.

Requirements
i. Masters Degree in obstetrics and gynecology (MMED; O/G) or related qualification.
ii. Demonstrated experience and technical competency in obstetrics and gynecology.
iii. Comprehensive understanding of maternal and reproductive healthcare, maternal mortality reduction, neonatal care, quality improvement initiatives such as clinical audit.
iv. Ability and willingness to travel to project sites in rural Kigoma, Morogoro and Pwani.
v. Excellent writing and oral presentation skills
vi. Computer literacy: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel & PowerPoint)
vii. Excellent computer skills using MS Office (Excel, Access, PowerPoint) and
viii. Knowledge and skills in data analysis software (STATA, SPSS, etc.).
ix. Fluency in Speaking/Reading/Writing English and Kiswahili.

Compensation: Considerable consultancy fee will be provided. Travel arrangements will be made by World Lung Foundation.

How to apply: Email your Curriculum Vitae and cover letter along with the names, email addresses and phone numbers of three professional references to the Clinical Director by email at SDominico@worldlungfoundation.org before 1600hrs, 10th October, 2016. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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SHORT TERM CONSULTANCY WORK FOR MOBILIZING AND ORGANIZING ROUTINE PROJECT DATA AND INFORMATION FOR DISSEMINATION

Job TitleData Clerks (Two Posts)
Duration: 1 month
Duty StationDar-es-salaam, Kigoma, Morogoro and Pwani

Background
Since 2008, World Lung Foundation (WLF) Maternal Health Program has contributed to the Government of Tanzania’s efforts to reduce maternal and neonatal mortality by improving women’s access to good-quality emergency obstetric and neonatal care (EmONC). EmONC is the package of health services necessary to treat life-threatening complications that cause the majority of maternal and neonatal deaths.

The WLF program currently works in 37 public facilities in the regions of Kigoma, Morogoro and Pwani to bring good-quality EmONC to rural, isolated populations. WLF has upgraded health centers, strengthens district hospitals, and trains and mentors Assistant Medical Officers to provide emergency obstetric and neonatal care including cesarean sections, trains and mentors nurse-midwives/clinical officers to provide anesthesia, skilled birth attendance and basic emergency obstetric care.

WLF’s strategic plan 2015-2018 underscores the need to share lessons learned from the program implementation to the wider local, regional and international scientific audience for possible scale-up. To this end we seek to mobilize and organize routine data and information from our archives and from facility records in those facilities WLF supports for possible dissemination. Data clerk(s) will work with a maternal health consultant and WLF experts to map, collect and organize data on ruptured uterus across all the supported facilities. This task will be supplemented by documentation of case by case records for the proposed variables related to uterine rupture for five years, from January 2011 to December, 2015, by visiting all 15 supported facilities. Therefore, the data clerk will work with WLF’s focal persons at the supported facilities to sort out patient records and extract information for the specific cases as per indicated variables.

Access to all records and information archived in the WLF’s data collection tools for the mentioned period (2011 to 2015) will be provided and the data clerk will be assisted to access records and information at the supported facilities from respective local government authorities.

Responsibilities
The data clerk will work under the maternal health consultant to accomplish the following;
1. Records and data mapping: Use the archived monthly and quarterly data collection templates to map out ruptured uterus reported for five years (identify the cases and record when and where it was performed), from January 2011 to December 2015.

2. Case records (file sorting): Working with WLF facility focal persons, sort out relevant patient records in the supported facilities to identify ALL mapped cases.

3. Data and information records entry: Entering reviewed/audit data and information into the template(s) developed by the consultant and endorsed by WLF experts.

4. Data organization and analysis: Analyze the collected information and share findings with the maternal health consultant relevant variables for possible publication.

Requirements
i. Minimum of post-graduate diploma from a recognized institution in monitoring and evaluation, statistics, or related field and minimum of 3 years of experience in M&E or related data work.
ii. Experience collecting and analyzing health facility service statistics and other clinical data.
iii. Experience in the management of health research data
iv. Strong technical skills in data collection, management, monitoring and evaluation.
v. Excellent writing and oral presentation skills
vi. Computer literacy: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel & PowerPoint)
vii. Excellent computer skills using MS Office (Excel, Access, PowerPoint) and
viii. Data analysis software (STATA, SPSS, etc.).
ix. Fluency in Speaking/Reading/Writing English and Kiswahili.
x. Compensation: Considerable consultancy fee will be provided. Travel arrangements will be made by World Lung Foundation.

How to apply: Email your Curriculum Vitae and cover letter along with the names, email addresses and phone numbers of three professional references to the Clinical Director by email at SDominico@worldlungfoundation.org before 1600hrs, 10th October, 2016. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

NAFASI YA AJIRA BENKI YA POSTA

Tanzania Postal Bank is an established Bank by the Act No. 11 of 1991 as amended by Act No. 11 of 1992. TPB is a Bank that provides competitive financial services to our customers and creates value for our stakeholders through innovative products.

TPB is a Bank, whose vision is “to be the leading bank in Tanzania in the provision of affordable, accessible and convenient financial services”. As part of effective organizational development and management of its human capital in an effective way, TPB commits itself towards attaining, retaining and developing the highly capable and qualified workforce for TPB betterment and the Nation at large.

CENTRAL ARCHIVE OFFICER(1POSITION)

Tanzania Postal Bank (TPB) seeks to appoint dedicated, self motivated and highly organized  Central Archive Officer (1 position) to join the Technology and Operations team. The work station is Dar es Salaam

Reporting Line: Chief Manager Branches
Locations: Dar es Salaam
Work Schedule:  As per TPB Staff regulations 
Division: Operation
Salary:  Commensurate to the Job Advertised

POSITION OBJECTIVE

Ensure that all daily, weekly, activity are accurate and reliable.
Ensure that all complaints received have been resolved promptly.
Ensure that all documents/items received are properly stored.


KEY  RESPONSIBILITIES
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Ensure that all outgoing and incoming records are well recorded 

Robust management of all records archives.

Ensure at all times documents are neatly arranged on racks and properly labelled.

Ensure on daily basis that complaints or queries are satisfactorily handled.
 
Ensure that no document is allowed to move without proper documentation in the Documents movement register.

Ensure that vouchers/documents are under lock and key, and produced on demand.

Ensure documents are recorded in documents movement register before handing over to user.

Receive documents from different Head Office departments and branches after receiving a written request from the respective branch/directorate.

Arrange all closed files received from Dar es Salaam branches and Head Office Departments for archive keeping.

Ensure internal customer satisfaction at all times by timely producing vouchers and documents when demanded for use.

To receive all requests submitted from different departments and branches requesting for retrieval of archive documents and return.

Preparing name tags for indicating different items packed at the archive shelves.

Recording all documents and correspondents received in as archives records. 

Follow up of all retrieve archive records for safe keeping.

Timely and accurately processing of archive documents needed to be retrieved by users. 

To carry out any other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by CMB or higher authorities.


PROFESSIONAL AND INTERPERSONAL DETAILS

Education:  Diploma in record management
                                  
Experience: At least 3 years’ experience in the Banking sector especially in archiving 
           and  record management.
Skills / Attributes:  Decisiveness
Resilience and resourcefulness
Strong influencing skills
Performance orientation
           Team building
            Problem solving
            Risk Management
    Hold employees accountable
    High level of interpersonal skills
             Ability to work under pressure
The position will attract a competitive salary package, which include benefits. Applicants are invited to submit their resume (indicating the position title in the subject heading) via e-mail to:recruitment@postalbank.co.tz.  Applications via other methods will not be considered.  Applicants need to submit only the Curriculum Vitae (CV) and the letter of applications starting the job advertised and the location.  Other credentials will have to be submitted during the interview for authentic check and other administrative measures and should not in any way be attached during application.

Tanzania Postal Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is very committed to environmental, health and safety Management.

Tanzania Postal Bank has a strong commitment to environmental, health and safety management. If you are not contacted by Tanzania Postal Bank within seven (7) days after the closing date, you should consider your application as unsuccessful. Late applications will not be considered. Short listed candidates may be subjected to any of the following: a security clearance; a competency assessment; physical capability assessment and reference checking.

AVOID SCAMS: NEVER pay to have your CV / Application pushed forward. 
Any job vacancy requesting payment for any reason is a SCAM.  If you are requested to make a payment for any reason, please use the Report Abuse, or call +255 22 2110621-2  to report the scam. You also don’t need to know one in TPB to  be employed. TPB is merit based institution and to achieve this vision, it always go for the best.

Please forward your applications before 4th September 2016.

This advert is also available on TPB Official website: http://www.postalbank.co.tz/recruitment/showVacancy/49
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