Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Needy Children Program Worker

Title: Needy Children Program Worker

Contract period: Two years (renewable)

Duty station: Karagwe

Deadline for applications: Friday the 1st of August 2014

Introduction

MAVUNO Improvement for Community Relief and Services is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) established for the purpose of improving rural livelihood through using modern techniques of
farming and care for the environment. Its offices are based four kilometers from the small town of Omurushaka in Karagwe District, Kagera Region, on the way to Ibanda and Rumanyika game reserves along Kaisho/Murongo road.

The organization is looking for a person to fill the position of a worker for the needy children program.

Duties and responsibilities will be

• Maintain files for children included in the program as well as for meetings and other program data

• Collect data on applying children and children who are in special needs

• Cooperation with different institutions especially schools, hospitals, Dispensaries, village representatives and social welfare office

• Distribution of basic school needs for the children in the program

• Work together with guardians and community on the basis of social group work

• Support rights of children at the family and community level

• Compile reports

Qualification needed

• Diploma in fields of Social studies or Rural development

• Dependable team player with excellent listening and problem solving skills

• High degree of honesty, integrity and clean records from previous employers

• Experienced in working with Microsoft Word and Excel

• Must have a valid driver’s license and experience with driving motorcycle

• Not less than two years experience working with social activities (children, women, youth etc...)

• Age between 25 to 40 years

Salary

The successful candidate will be paid TZS 6,000,000 per year plus health insurance, lunch and transport while on duty.

If interested send your Curriculum Vitae, the cover letter and copies of certificate to:

Coordinator
MAVUNO Office
Box 273, Karagwe
Kagera Region

By mail: mavuno@gmail.com or info@mavunoproject.org

Stock Point Controller Job at Tigo Tanzania

This position will execute commercial inventory management strategies; ensure safe custody of inventory, compliance and excellence in inventory operations
Key Responsibilities

• Stock point operations; stock ordering, receiving stock, order picking and packing, order fulfilment to Dealers or other authorised personnel in accordance to internal inventory procedures,
• Stock control; ensure that physical stock  and stock management system  balances are reconciled at all times,
• Monitor stock movement for respective location and report on the same
• Ensure physical safety of stock items at respective stock point,
• Ensure adherence to systems and procedures for operating and managing the physical facility, equipment and products in a safe and profitable manner.
• Execute 100% compliance to company policies and procedures  in regards to stock keeping management and issuance procedures
Position Requirements

• University degree in logistics, business administration or finance
• Previous working experience in procurement, finance or in area related to inventory management
• Good skills in computer and internet use
• Good Communication skills
• Good Analytical skills

Tigo Sales School Trainer (TSS Trainer)

You are is responsible for planning, conducting, coordinating and implementing a comprehensive training program for the sales staff as well as ensuring field staff are equipped with the knowledge, skills and competences required to provide quality sales to our customers and increase productivity in sales forces.
Key Responsibilities

• Together with TSS Manager Identify, recommend and update training material to meet the business strategy.
• Plan and facilitate training as per the TSS Curriculum and calendar.
• Identify developments needs and prepare development plan to close all gaps for the direct sales force.
• Build knowledge and winning culture within direct sales Force.
• Continuous Follow up on development of the trainees
• Provide weekly plan and reporting on the activities that will be taking place.
Position Requirements

• Degree in Sales/Marketing, Education or Human Resources.
• 2-3 Years’ experience as Trainer, Training officer in Business industry.
• Train of trainer certification will be added advantage.
• Experience as sales/Field trainer will be desirable.
• Knowledge in Power point presentation

AGRO PROCESSING RESEARCHER , GOOD NEIGHBORS TANZANIA

Good Neighbors International (GNI) is an international humanitarian and development organization with GNI Headquarters based in Seoul, Korea. The Mission of GNI works to transform the world to a peaceful and secure place, where no one suffers from starvation; where no one falls victim to preventable diseases; where everyone is comforted and respected with no alienation for any particular reason.

Good Neighbors Tanzania (GNTZ) was registered in 2005 in Tanzania, and has offices in Dar es Salaam (Head Office), Mwanza and Dodoma

Objective

1) To carry out program research and complete a baseline analysis on theCash Crop (Sesame, Groundnuts, Sunflower) Production, Storage, Quality and Market Systems in Chamwino District – Fufu, Suli and Chiboli villages (baseline research on the cash crop value chain system)

2) To design programme components to enhance marketability of cash crop products and improve the cash crop agro processing and market system in Fufu, Suli and Chiboli, Chamwino District.

Project Background

The Saemaul Zero Hunger Communities project is a World Food Programme pilot project implemented by Good Neighbors International and regional/local government authorities, and funded by the Government of the Republic of Korea. The project started implementation in Chamwino District (Fufu, Suli and Chiboli villages), Dodoma region, Tanzania in early 2014.

This call seeks to mobilize the strengths, expertise and resources of an agro processing researcher for the development of an improved cash crop value chain system in Chamwino District, and to develop and programme innovative post-harvest and cash crop marketing technology to demonstrate appropriate agro-processing technologies for adoption.

Capacities of the target groups are to be strengthened to enable them to adopt the appropriate techniques whilst their access in the acquisition of simple processing equipment will be facilitated through relevant linkages.

Only One Researcher is required, for all 3 villages

Terms for Researcher

1. To consult key partners (District Council departments and officials, WFP Programme

Officers, target communities’ households, the elderly, village leaders, women and youth, input enterprises, quality control and certification agencies, CBOs,processing groups, NGOs, Extension networks)in collecting and analyzing information on the current policies, processing systems, including available technologies,equipment and major actors – for farming, harvesting, post-harvest and marketing of sesame, sunflower and groundnuts cash crops in Chamwino District.

2. To identify constraints in the promotion of marketing and processing technologies; suggest ways and opportunities for improving and promoting the technologies and cash crop marketing methods

3. To ascertain the present socio-economic status (food secure families, income status, access tocredit, markets, etc.) of the target groups.

4. To identify opportunities (technological, markets, standards and quality control) which exist inthe promotion of processing technologies and propose effective partnership or utilization of such opportunities

5. To propose strategic options (technological, approaches, partnerships and socio-economic considerations) for achieving accelerated adoption of processing and marketing technologies to improve and address gaps in the cash crop value chain system

6. To finalize a detailed report addressing the terms given above – providing analysis and proposing strategic programme components to be included in the SZHC program in Chamwino District

Duration of the Mission

GOOD NEIGHBORS TANZANIA expects that the mission should cover 100days of work to be completed by 30thDecember, 2014.
Reporting
The Researcher is expected to

1) Hold planning meetings with the GNTZ Managing Director and Operations Staff every once in 10 days.

2) Submit a progress report on findings and results at the end of each 10 working days.
3) Submit a report on analysis carried out at the end of every 30 days.
4) Submit a draft report on analysis, research and baseline information of the Cash Crop

(Sesame, Groundnuts, Sunflower) Production, Storage, Quality and Market Systems in Chamwino District – Fufu, Suli and Chiboli villages – by 10th November 2014, and the final report after comments from WFP and GNTZ by 30th November 2014.

5) Submit  a  draft  report  covering  a  recommended  programmed  design  and  programme

components to enhance the value chain system and marketability of cash crop products, and improve the cash crop agro processing and market system in Fufu, Suli and Chiboli, Chamwino District by 10th December 2014, and the final report after comments from WFP and GNTZ by 30th December 2014.

Expertise required
The Researcher should have the following qualifications and expertise:

A Ph.D. or M.Sc. holder in Agricultural Economics (agro-processing systems) with at least 10 years experience in Agricultural Research, Development and Management at both the international and national levels

A proof of knowledge and operations of the agricultural system in Tanzania: networking, program and project coordination and agro-processing.

Proven track record of having worked with Agricultural Development Initiatives at national andinternational levels in Central Zone of Tanzania

Strong professional experience in analysis and identification of agro-input sub-sector, withparticular reference to sesame production and marketing

Fluency in both English and Kiswahili
Equal opportunity in gender considerations

Work-plan and Timetable

The Researcher will have a total duration of 100 working days and will be expected to propose a work-plan and timetable for the exercise to be validated at the level of the management.

Mode of Application
The application required from the prospective candidate includes the following:

1. An application letter;

2. A detailed curriculum vitae containing the complete names of candidate, complete addresses (postal, email, phone and fax);

3. The names and complete contact details of at least three of your referees.

Modalities

4. The application should be addressed to Managing Director, GOOD NEIGHBORS TANZANIA, Makulu Street, House No; 8, P.O BOX 2946, Dodoma

5. E-mail:  goodneighborstz@gmail.com
6. Applications should reach the management not later than 15thAugust, 2014.
7. Only selected applicants will be contacted.

ORODHA MPYA NA MABADILIKO YA SHULE - FORM V - 7/22/2014

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Career Opportunities at Equity Bank , Deadline 26th July 2014

Career Opportunities at Equity Bank
Equity Bank is the region’s leading bank whose purpose is to transform the lives and livelihoods of the people of Africa socially and economically by availing them modern, inclusive financial services that maximize their opportunities.
With a strong foot print in Kenya, Uganda, South Sudan, Rwanda and Tanzania, Equity Bank is now home to nearly 9 million customers – the largest customer base in Africa.
Currently the Bank is seeking additional talent to serve in the role outlined below:Agricultural Field Officers
Agriculture Field Officers will be an integral part of the ‘Unlocking Agriculture Potential’ project, a 3-year program that is designed to strengthen 2,000 medium sized farms across Kenya.
The Field Officers will provide direct support to farms and will manage day-to-day implementation of the capacity building program.
The officers should have working knowledge of farming and value chains and will be expected to travel to farms on a regular basis.
Key Responsibilities
  • Train farmers on good agronomic practices and enterprise development
  • Support the development or refinement of necessary tools based on engagement with farmers
  • Visit assigned groups of farms (80-100 farms) on a regular basis to provide training and track implementation of the project
  • Respond to farmer queries, research questions that are not readily accessible and disseminate information to other farmers in the program
  • Implement farm level ICT and management systems programs and train farmers on use of the systems
  • Work with the Project Director and M&E specialist in evaluating every phase of the project.
  • Provide monthly and quarterly status reports to Field Managers and Branch Managers
  • Act as a link between farmers and Equity Bank credit Relationship officers for information on credit facilities and other Bank products.
  • Provide regular input on the program to Field Manager or Branch Managers
Desired Qualifications
  • At least an O- level pass of C+
  • A bachelor’s degree in Agriculture, Agribusiness, Development studies or related fields.
  • An advanced degree in above fields will be an added advantage.
  • Must have at least 3 years’ experience executing agricultural programs with regional and national organizations
  • Good understanding of smallholder farmers’ dynamics of food security and household incomes.
Desired Competencies
  • Excellent interpersonal and networking skills
  • Ability to achieve excellent results in the training program
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Attention to detail with good organizational, analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Flexible to adjust to work schedules and able to work in dynamic environments.
  • Hardworking and result oriented
  • A valid Driving License (Motorcycle – Class G or F)
If you meet the above requirements, please submit your application together with a detailed Curriculum Vitae quoting the job you are applying for to jobs@equitybank.co.ke by Saturday, 26th July 2014.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
Equity Bank is an equal opportunity employer.
We value the diversity of individuals, ideas, perspectives, insights, values and what they bring to the workplace.

IT Consultancy at SAGCOT

CONSULTANCY OPPORTUNITY
The Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor (SAGCOT) is an international public private partnership that aims to transform agricultural in Tanzania’s Southern Corridor.Partners include local and international companies, farmers, development partners, Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and the Tanzanian Government. By 2030, the partnership aims to attract USD 3.2 billion of investments, transforming 350,000 hectares of arable land into profitable production and lifting 10,000 small scale farmers into commercial farming to the Southern Corridor.
SAGCOT Centre Ltd is the administrative unit to the partnership and functions as a hub to promote investments in inclusive, sustainable commercial value chains. The SAGCOT Centre is also a neutral broker and catalyst that links different agriculture stakeholders in order to create synergies and help them achieve the SAGCOT objectives.
SAGCOT Centre Ltd is currently looking for:
Consultancy Assignment:IT Coordinator
Duration:12 monthswith possibility of renewal subject to funding
Qualifications & Experience:The individual is expected to have to have sufficient resources and experience that demonstrates the appropriate skills required for this assignment. Interested candidates should be able to showcase the following characteristics:
· Graduate with relevant certifications in hardware and software management and application (Microsoft Certification, Cisco Certification) or bachelor’s degree in Computer Science;
· Cisco Certified Network Administrator (CCNA) and Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) required. Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) is preferable;
· Relevant working experience, including network administration, management of hardware and software platforms, telecommunications facilities, knowledge of Windows-based packages/applications; and
· A minimum of seven years of experience in similar role. Experience of working in similar type of organization like SAGCOT Centre Ltd will be an added advantage.
· Fluency in English and Swahili, Can work independently
How to apply:
To view the complete terms of reference (ToR) for each of the above assignment please visit:http://www.sagcot.com and check the vacancies section
Only interested and qualified candidates meeting the minimum requirement should submit their CV and cover letter outlining their suitability for the position To: jobs@sagcot.comor hard copies to :Operations Manager SAGCOT Centre ltd.TPSF Building Mwaya road, Masaki P.O. Box 11313, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.Submission deadline is 4th August, 2014
Candidates applying for this post are subject to recruitment procedures and background checks.
SAGCOT Centre Limited actively encourages diversity - qualified men and women are encouraged to apply.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted for interview

Funders/Donors Management Technical Advisor at SAGCOT

Consultancy Advert
The Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor (SAGCOT) is an international public private partnership that aims to transform agricultural in Tanzania’s Southern Corridor.Partners include local and international companies, farmers, development partners, Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and the Tanzanian Government. By 2030, the partnership aims to attract USD 3.2 billion of investments, transforming 350,000 hectares of arable land into profitable production and lifting 10,000 small scale farmers into commercial farming to the Southern Corridor.
SAGCOT Centre Ltd is the administrative unit to the partnership and functions as a hub to promote investments in inclusive, sustainable commercial value chains. The SAGCOT Centre is also a neutral broker and catalyst that links different agriculture stakeholders in order to create synergies and help them achieve the SAGCOT objectives.
SAGCOT Centre Ltd is currently looking for:
Consultancy Assignment: Funders/Donors Management Technical Advisor
Duration: Six Months
Qualifications & Experience:The individual is expected to have to have sufficient resources and experience that demonstrates the appropriate mix of skills required for this assignment. Interested candidates should be able to showcase the following characteristics:
Consultant Qualifications
The consultant is expected to have sufficient resources and experience that demonstrates the appropriate relevant skills required for this assignment. The consultant should be able to showcase the following characteristics:
· Master’s degree with a minimum of seven years of experience in social science field international development, or business development (or a combination thereof) required.
· Significant work experience with the management of contracts with multiple donors' is required. It is strongly preferred that this experience includes the management of contracts with the World Bank, USAID and DFID.
· Familiarity with designing and implementing reporting system requirements of multi-funders and government funded projects.
· Experience in working in Tanzania and/or East Africa.
· Good report writing skills, negotiations skills and fluent in English
· Ability to work independently
How to apply:
To view the complete terms of reference (ToR) for each of the above assignment please visit:http://www.sagcot.com and check the vacancies section
Only interested and qualified candidates meeting the minimum requirement should submit their CV and cover letter outlining their suitability for the position To: jobs@sagcot.com or send hard copies to :Operations Manager SAGCOT Centre ltd.TPSF Building Mwaya road, Masaki P.O. Box 11313, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.Submission deadline is 4th August, 2014
Candidates applying for this post are subject to recruitment procedures and background checks.
SAGCOT Centre Limited actively encourages diversity - qualified men and women are encouraged to apply.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted for interview

TANGAZO LA KUJIUNGA JKT , 11 septemba, 2014

1. Awamu ya pili kwa vijana watakaojiunga na Jeshi la Kujenga Taifa kwa Mujibu wa Sheria itaanza rasmi tarehe 11 septemba, 2014 na itahusisha makundi yafuatayo:-
Walimu wote ngazi ya cheti (GATCE) 2014 ( Waliomaliza mwaka 2014).
Walimu elfu tatu (3,000) ngazi ya Diploma (DSEE) (Waliomaliza mwaka 2014).
Vijana waliomaliza kidato cha sita mwaka 2014 waliopangwa awamu ya pili ambao hawana sifa za kujiunga na vyuo vya elimu ya juu (Vyuo Vikuu).
2 . Vijana waliomaliza kidato cha sita mwaka 2014 ambao walipangwa kujiunga na JKT awamu ya pili na wana sifa za kujiunga na elimu ya vyuo vya juu (Vyuo Vikuu) wanatakiwa kuandika barua ya kuahirisha kuhudhuria mafunzo ya JKT mpaka hapo watakapomaliza masomo yao. Barua hizo ziwe zimefika Makao Makao Makuu ya Jeshi la Kujenga Taifa kabla ya tarehe 15 Agosti, 2014. Barua zinaweza kutumwa kwa:-
Anwani
Mkuu wa JKT
Makao Makuu ya JKT
P.o.Box 1694, Dar es Salaam
E-mail: info@jkt.go.tz (barua iwe na sahihi ya mhusika na ifanyiwe “scanning”).
Barua iletwe na mhusika Makao Makuu ya JKT.
3. Awamu ya tatu ambayo itahusisha walimu wa Diploma (DSEE) itaanza mwezi Januari 2015.
TANGAZO HILI LIMETOLEWA NA MKUU WA JESHI LA KUJENGA TAIFA

Internships with UNHCR , Tanzanians

The different departments of UNHCR in the Geneva and Budapest offices offer internships to young people throughout the year. Some family duty field offices also take on interns. The duration of internships normally lasts between two and six months.
Internships are offered depending on the availability of meaningful assignments and the needs and capacity of units/offices to receive and supervise interns. There is no deadline for sending in an application form.
The kind of work interns are offered depends on UNHCR requirements as well as the qualifications and interests of the applicant. Most interns work on a project which will benefit both them and UNHCR, in fields such as refugee protection (legal), international relations, administration and public affairs.
Applications must be submitted through the online applications link. Since not all offices have access to the central database, it is recommended that, in addition to the online application, requests for internships be also submitted by separate mail with a covering letter to the field/branch office concerned.
The details of those who submit online applications will be stored for six months. Managers consult the database when searching for candidates with specific academic profiles. If your application interests one of our departments, the relevant manager will contact you directly. The Division of Human Resources Management does not coordinate this process. Should you not be contacted within six months of submitting your application, you may register again. Your previous registration will be cancelled.
Should you already be in contact with a manager interested in your candidature, an internship can still be offered without prior registration in the database.

AJIRA UMOJA WA MATAIFA LEO , 7/22/2014

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