Monday, April 1, 2013

NAFASI ZA KAZI UTUMISHI APRILI 2013



Ref. Na EA.7/96/01/D/29                                                                   16th  April, 2013

VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT

On behalf of the Ministry of Finance (PFMRP - PHASE IV), National Institute of Transport, Tanzania Investment Centre, Tanzania Atomic Energy Commission, Mwalimu Nyerere Memorial Academy, Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation and Kibaha Education Centre the Public Service Recruitment Secretariat invites qualified Tanzanians to fill 36 vacant posts in the above public institutions.


1.0        MINISTRY OF FINANCE (PFMRP - PHASE IV)

1.1      BACKGROUND

The Government has been undertaking public finance management reforms since 1998 through phases. This has evolved through PFMRP PHASE I: 1998 – 2004, PFMRP PHASE II: 2004- 2008 and PFMRP PHASE III: 2008- 2011

1.1.1     OBJECTIVE AND FOCUS OF THE PFMRP PHASE IV

The primary objectives of PFMRP IV is to focus on promoting public service delivery through strengthening cross-cutting PFM functions, enforcing good financial governance, accountability and sound professional practices, and enforcing compliance with the legal and regulatory framework related to PFM. The PFMRP IV is also


addressing administrative and organizational gaps identified in previous Phases and embarking on implementation of a prioritized and sequence activities in achievement of milestones developed in line with the M&E Results Framework.

Phase IV is designed to attain a more effective and efficient budget formulation, implementation and control in order to contribute to broad-based economic growth in a sequenced manner. The PFMRP IV aims at strengthening and improving public finance management, focus will be in the five key result areas namely: Revenue Management; Planning and Budget Management; Budget Execution, Transparency and Accountability; Budgetary Control and Oversight and; Change Management and Programme Monitoring and Communication.

The implementation cycle of phase IV starts from July, 2012 up to June, 2016. This phase is intended to achieve both short term and medium term results while ensuring that synergies and sequencing are maintained to attain realistic results in the medium and long term.


1.2      MONITORING AND EVALUATION (M&E) SPECIALIST – 1 POST-RE-ADVERTISED

1.2.1        REPORT TO: Programme Coordinator

1.2.2        PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF THE JOB

·         Facilitate implementation of effective M&E system to support coordination; and

·         Coordinate monitoring and evaluation of the programme performance within the Government reporting framework.

1.2.3        DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·         To provide technical support and coordinate M&E activities across the KRAs;

·         Ensure monitoring and reporting requirements are understood by KRAs implementers and key actors;

·         Coordinate, facilitate and manage the establishment of benchmarks and medium term evaluations of the programme;

·         Design and develop M&E database for the programme that is integrated with the Government Monitoring Framework;

·         Compile and Coordinate preparation of programme periodic reports;

·         Monitor and evaluate performance of KRAs against targets;

·         Maintain proper records on implementation of the programme which will provide basis for making decision and feedback to stakeholders;

·         Facilitate M&E capacity building within the programme KRAs implementers;


·         Provide M&E quality assurance to programme interventions; and

·         Perform any other duties as may be directed by the Programme Coordinator.

1.2.5        QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

·         Masters degree in either Project/Programme Planning and Management, Economics, Finance or Business Administration

·         Sound training in M&E of development programmes/projects;

·         Proven knowledge and skills in Management Information System (MIS);

·         Excellent analytical skills with good working experience in M&E;

·         Proven experience in Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA) procedures and Public Expenditure Review (PER);

·         Experience in donor funded programmes/projects;

·         At least five years experience in designing and implementing M&E system for development programmes and projects;

·         Experience in using Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF) as a tool for Government planning, budgeting and reporting;

·         Proven track record of good performance in similar position for at least five years; and

·         Practical skills in the use of Logical Framework Analysis (LFA) and Result Based Management (RBM) Framework.

1.2.6        KEY ATTRIBUTES

·         Interpersonal skills;

·         Fluent spoken and written English and Kiswahili languages;

·         Ability to work in a team;

·         Ability to work independently with minimum supervision;

·         Must be result oriented and self motivated; and

·         Excellent analytical skills

1.2.7        TENURE: Contract (2 years renewable)

1.2.8        REMUNERATION:  Attractive salary (Negotiable)

1.3    PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ADVISOR – 1 POST- RE-ADVERTISED

1.3.1        REPORT TO: Programme Manager

1.3.2        OBJECTIVE

·         The PFM Adviser is to provide technical advice and support to the Permanent Secretary Treasury and at operational level the DSPFM at the MoF, in leading


and coordinating the implementation of the PFMRP in accordance with the vision, goals and strategy set out in the Strategy.

1.3.3        PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF THE JOB

·         The PFM advisor will mainly be responsible for capacity building and providing technical support for delivery of PFMRP outputs.


1.3.4        RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

·         Provide the Programme with technical advice on strategy, organization, management, inputs and implementation of the PFMRP and ensure informed and agreed adjustments are carried out as necessary

·   To analyze, advise and monitor  planned   outcome of PFM interventions

·   Supporting    Component    Managers    in    implementing    activities    by    providing

technical  advice  to  develop  TORs,  RFP  and  BOQs  -  i.e.  performing  a  quality

assurance role at both the formulation and contact management stages. This will

relate especially to the timing and initiation of entire procurement processes.

·   Ensure   planned   PFM   interventions   are   accurately   technically   prioritized   and

sequenced

·         Maintain regular liaison with the Components Implementing the various KRAs and provide appropriate technical advice to ensure milestones are being achieved in line with the laid down action plan and implementation of M&E framework

·         Developing the technical capacity of Commissioners, Directors and Component Managers, through mentoring and coaching as they focus on implementing PFMRP activities and identifying capacity gaps and recommending interventions including training requirement for staff to ensure effective management of the programme

·         Guide and assist the development of papers, periodic reports and documents needed to support Joint Steering Committee decisions on PFMRP implementation

·         To provide technical advice on financial management issues and accountability related to PFM reforms

·         Be the main interface on all the external assessment with the main stakeholders (PEFA, CPAR, Fiduciary risk assessments)

·         Perform any other duties which are relevant for the Program successful implementation as may be directed by the Programme Coordinator.

1.3.5        QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

·         Masters degree /Post-graduate diploma in either Finance, Business Administration or Management

·         Should have at least ten (10) years experience in major PFM reforms of which at least seven (7) should be international experience in PFM programmes and projects.

·         Knowledge of contemporary developments in public sector financial management reforms from a comparative perspective; an awareness of issues and complexities involved in the financial management of the reform process, including design, monitoring and co-ordination of the same

·         Proven track record and knowledge of current developments in management techniques particularly as they relate to the design and delivery of PFM reform programmes

·         Substantive experience in undertaking capacity building activities in PFM including leadership activities on strategic management on revenue mobilization, policy analysis, planning and budget management

·         Familiarity with, and an understanding of financial management and development problems of least developed countries, gained through having worked in such situations

·         Excellent analytical, communication skills and a clear ability to draft reports in a lucid and succinct style appropriate for the readership

·         Proven knowledge and skills in Management Information System (MIS).

·         Excellent skills with good working experience in Financial Management.

·         Sound knowledge and skills in Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA) procedures and scoring process and Public Expenditure Review (PER).

·         Sound experience in using Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF) as tool for Government planning, budgeting and reporting

1.3.6        KEY ATTRIBUTES

·         Substantive knowledge in Public Financial Management;

·         Ability to work independently with minimum supervision;

·         Fluent spoken and written English and Kiswahili languages;

·         Good interpersonal skills;

·         Be result oriented and self motivated; and

·         Ability to work as a team

1.3.7        TENURE: Contract (2 years renewable)

REMUNERATION:  Attractive salary (Negotiable)


2.0  NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT (NIT)

The National Institute of Transport is a body corporate established by Act No. 24 of 1982 as an autonomous Institute of Higher Learning under the Ministry of Transport. The Institute is striving to build up its Human Resource Capital Excellence with the Vision of being a Center of Excellence in providing Education and Training, Research and Consultancy services in Logistics Transport and Communication Sectors in Sub-Sahara Africa and beyond.


2.1 ASSISTANT LECTURER - 2 POSTS- RE-ADVERTISED 2.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·   To teach up to NTA level 8 (Bachelor degree)

· Preparing learning resources for Tutorial exercises, · Conduct Research, Seminars and Case studies,

· Carries out Consultancy and community service, · Supervises Students projects,

·   Project teaching manuals,

·   Perform any other duties as assigned by supervisor.

2.1.2   QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

· Masters degree and Bachelors degree with GPA of not less than 3.8 in the field related to Procurement and Supply, Clearing and Freight Forwarding, Logistics and Transport Management.

· Good experience of not less than three (3) years in teaching in Higher Learning Institution or work experience in the Industry will be an added advantage

2.1.3   REMUNERATION

Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the NIT Scheme of Service and Staff Regulations. Salary scale - PHTS 8-9


2.2 RECORDS MANAGEMENT OFFICER - 1 POST- RE-ADVERTISED 2.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·         Administration of Examinations;

·         Preparing of Examination timetable;

·         Implementation of quality control and quality assurance policies per training to examination.

·         Maintaining quality of examinations in all academic departments.
·         Act as a secretariat to the examination body.

·         Evaluation committee as well as appeals committee.

·         Processing students enrollment,

·         Perform any other duties as may be assigned by you supervisor.

2.2.2   QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

· At least Bachelors degree in Economics, Statistics or Education Administration from recognized Institution.

· Should have an experience of at least one (1) year in dealing with students'/academic affairs in Higher Learning Institutions and should be conversant with a specific students' academic related software.

2.2.3   REMUNERATION

Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the NIT Scheme of Service and Staff Regulations. Salary scale - PGSS 10

3.0  TANZANIA INVESTMENT CENTRE (TIC)

TIC is the primary agency of the Government established in 1997 by an act of Parliament No.26 with the mandate to coordinate, encourage, promote and facilitate investment in Tanzania. TIC envisaged as an efficient investment promotion agency, “A One-Stop Centre for Investors,” engaged in the business of marketing Tanzania as an investment destination.

3.1 COMPUTER PROGRAMMER – 1 POST - RE-ADVERTISED 3.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·         Write, update, and maintain computer programs or software packages to handle specific jobs, such as tracking inventory, storing or retrieving data, or controlling other equipment.

·         Consult with managerial, engineering, and technical personnel to clarify program intent, identify problems, and suggest changes.

·         Write, analyze, review, and rewrite programs, using workflow chart and diagram, and applying knowledge of computer capabilities, subject matter, and symbolic logic.

·         Investigate whether networks, workstations, the central processing unit of the system, and/or peripheral equipment are responding to a program's instructions.

·         Prepare detailed workflow charts and diagrams that describe input, output, and logical operation, and convert them into a series of instructions coded in a computer language.


·         Perform systems analysis and programming tasks to maintain and control the use of computer systems software as a systems programmer.

·         Consult with and assist computer operators or system analysts to define and resolve problems in running computer programs.

3.1.2   QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

· Bachelors degree (Bsc.) in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Technology from the recognized institutions, with Java / Python and SQL programming skills.

· Minimum of three (3) years professional Computer experience in a recognized reputable private or public organization.

3.1.3   REMUNERATION

Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution’s salary scale.


4.0  TANZANIA ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION (TAEC)

The Tanzania Atomic Energy Commission is a Regulatory and Service Parastatal Organization established under the Atomic Energy Act No. 7 of 2003, which became effective on 1st July 2004. The Commission has been mandated to regulate and supervise the use of Atomic Energy and Nuclear Technology so as to protect workers, patients, the public and the environment from harmful effects of both Ionizing and Non-Ionizing Radiation. Further to this TAEC has been mandated to co-ordinate and facilitate the promotion of Nuclear Technology and the safe and peaceful utilization of Atomic Energy.


4.1 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH OFFICER I (1 posts) 4.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·                  Create data management system for all applications in the commission (Oracle, SQL and other scientific data management systems);
·                  Create ICT based training modules and develop yearly schedule for training;
·                  Conduct ICT based training;
·                  Troubleshoot computer virus related problems;
·                  Manage and update the commission website and intranet;
·                  Manage all    servers of the commission;

·                  Install, maintain, troubleshoot and upgrade computer hardware, software, personal
computer networks, peripheral equipment and    electronic mail systems;

·        Other duties as assigned to him/her by his/her seniors.

4.1.2   QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holders of a Masters Degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, Computer Engineering or Electronics and Communications Sciences.

4.1.3   REMUNERATION:  SALARY:  PRSS 5


5.0  THE MWALIMU NYERERE MEMORIAL ACADEMY

The Mwalimu Nyerere Memorial Academy is a higher learning institution under the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training. The Academy was established by Act of Parliament No. 06 of 2005 to provide training, research and consultancy services.

5.1     ASSISTANT LECTURERS – (6 POSTS)

5.1.1      DUTY STATION – Kivukoni, Dar es Salaam

5.1.2      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·                     To teach up to NTA Level 8 (Bachelors Degree)

·                     To conduct research, seminars and consultancy

·                     To supervise students’ projects

·                     To prepare teaching manuals

·                     To counsel and guide students in Academic Matters

·                     To carry out any other duties as may be assigned by his or Her Supervisor.

5.1.3   QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

5.1.3.1 DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL STUDIES – (3 POSTS)
·        Master’s Degree in Political Science, Public Administration, Sociology, Human

Resources Management or History with a minimum of an Upper Second Class Degree at Undergraduate Level.

·          Applicants must be computer literate

5.1.3.2 DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC STUDIES – (2 POSTS)

·         Master’s Degree in Economics, Agricultural Economics, or Statistics with a minimum of an Upper Second Class Degree at Undergraduate Level.

·         Applicants must be computer literate.


5.1.3.3 DEPARTMENT OF GENDER STUDIES – (1 POST)

·         Master’s Degree in Gender Issues, Sociology or Development Studies with specialization in Gender and Development and with a minimum of an Upper Second Class Degree at Undergraduate Level.

·         Applicants must be computer literate.

5.1.4   REMUNERATION:  PHTS 8

5.2     SENIOR SUPPLIES OFFICER – (1 POST)

5.2.1      DUTY STATION – Kivukoni, Dar es Salaam

5.2.2      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·      To coordinate and forecast stores requirements

·      To ensure maintenance and amendment of stock level figures

·      To supervise and ensure early submission of periodical returns

·      To ensure that stock replenishment is taken at the right time

·      To supervise procurement, storage, issuing and dispatching activities of materials.

·      To carry out any other duties as may be assigned by his supervisor.

5.2.3      QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

·      Bachelor’s Degree or Advanced Diploma in Materials Management or

Procurement and Logistics Management or equivalent qualifications.

·      Applicants must be registered as Certified Procurement and Supplies Professional (CPSP).

·      Applicants must have a working experience of at least three years.

·      Applicants must be computer literate.

5.2.4       REMUNERATION:  PGSS 14

5.3     DRIVER – 1 POST

5.3.1      DUTY STATION: Bububu, Zanzibar

5.3.2       DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·         To drive Academy’s motor vehicles.

·         To ensure that motor vehicles and their accessories are in good condition.

·         To maintain and record log book for all journeys

·         To undertake some minor repairs

·         To report promptly any defects or problems detected in the vehicles.

·         To carry out any other duties as may be assigned by his supervisor.

5.3.3      QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

·   Holder of National Form IV Certificate and Class C driving license.

·   Applicants must have certificate of Advanced Drivers’ Course Grade II.

·   Applicants must have a working experience of at least three years.

5.3.4      REMUNERATION:  PGSS 6.

5.4       SENIOR ACCOUNTANT – 1 POST

5.4.1 DUTY STATION: Kivukoni, Dar es Salaam 5.4.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
·         To approve payment vouchers.

·         To prepare regular reports on revenue, expenditure and returns.

·         To authorize appropriate payment within the delegated powers.

·         To carry reconciliation of total gross salaries and explain any increase or decrease.

·         To prepare appropriate journal vouchers, scrutinize and authorize monthly payroll in time.

·         To prepare schedules, statements and other information for Management and Auditors.

·         To attend to audit queries.

·         To carry out any other duties as may be assigned by his supervisor.

5.4.3    QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

·   Bachelor’s Degree or Advanced Diploma in Accountancy.

· Applicants must have a working experience of at least three years. · Applicants must be computer literate.


5.4.4    REMUNERATION:  PGSS 14


5.5      SENIOR MATRON- 1 POST

5.5.1 DUTY STATION – Bububu, Zanzibar 5.5.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·   To counsel and guide students in the halls of residence

·         To coordinate students’ cultural, recreational and sports activities.

·         To take care of student’s welfare and ensure that the sick are urgently treated and taken care satisfactorily.

·         To ensure that Academy’s by-laws and regulations guiding student’s life are being observed.

·         To handle problems of accommodation in the halls of residence.

·         To ensure that halls of residence are in good order.

·         To prepare and keep record of students in the halls of residence.

·         To carry out any other duties as may be assigned by his supervisor.


5.5.3
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
·
Bachelor’s Degree in Counseling and Guidance, Psychology, Education, Social

Studies, Gender Issues, Sociology or Social Welfare.
·
Applicants must have a working experience of at least three years.
5.5.4
REMUNERATION:  PGSS 14

5.6     SENIOR WARDEN- 1 POST

5.6.1      DUTY STATION – Kivukoni, Dare es Salaam

5.6.2      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·         To counsel and guide students in the halls of residence

·         To coordinate students’ cultural, recreational and sports activities.

·         To take care of student’s welfare and ensure that the sick are urgently treated and taken care satisfactorily.

·         To ensure that Academy’s by-laws and regulations guiding student’s life are being observed.

·         To handle problems of accommodation in the halls of residence.

·         To ensure that halls of residence are in good order.

·         To prepare and keep record of students in the halls of residence.

·         To carry out any other duties as may be assigned by his supervisor.

5.6.3
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
·
Bachelor’s Degree in Counseling and Guidance, Psychology, Education, Social

Studies, Gender Issues, Sociology or Social Welfare.
·
Applicants must have a working experience of at least three years.
5.6.4
REMUNERATION:  PGSS 14

6.0  KIBAHA EDUCATION CENTRE

Kibaha Education Centre is a multi-purpose educational institution that is located in Coast Region (Tumbi area) about 40 kilometers (24 miles) West of Dar es Salaam along Morogoro Road. This centre started in 1963, sponsored by five countries – The then Tanganyika Government on one hand and the Government of the four Nordic Countries on the other hand i.e. Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. The centre was known as the “Nordic Tanganyika Project” until 1970 when the four Nordic

Countries handed it over to Tanzania Government. The Nordic Tanganyika Project then became Kibaha Education Centre (KEC)as per establishment Act No.17 of 1969. The overall objective of the Centre as originally conceived was, through its institutions, to launch a three frontal attack on the problems of Poverty, Ignorance and Diseases collectively named as main development enemies.


6.1 EDUCATION OFFICER II ( 4POSTS) 6.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·                     To teach Secondary Schools.

·                     To prepare curriculum of studies and circulars.

·                     Responsible for proper records of all examination skills

·                     To Arrange the preparation and moderation of examination papers

·                     To Prepare examination development policies.

·                     To Assist teaching physical education.

·                     To prepare and to have proper records of the students assessments.

·                     To supervise studies associations.

·                     To prepare the action plans on the Academic year.

·                     To take care of the teaching equipment.

·                     Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her Supervisor.


6.1.2   QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holder of Bachelor Degree in Education from recognized University/ Institute or equivalent qualification.


6.2 LIVESTOCK OFFICER II (1 POST) 6.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·                     Animal Management and production.

·                     Animal breeding and nutrition.

·                     Pasture management

·                     Marketing of animals and animal products

·                     Animal production projections.

·                     Administrative, planning and advisory responsibilities.

·                     Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her Supervisor.


6.2.2   QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holders of B.Sc. in Livestock (animal science) from the University of Sokoine or other recognized institution or its equivalent.


6.3 LABORATORY TECHNOLOGIST ASSISTANT II (2 POSTS) 6.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·                     Preparation of reagents

·                     Laboratory examination and analysis in Parasitological, hematology and bacteriology.

·                     Extraction of blood for donors and transfusion to patients.

·                     Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her Supervisor.

6.3.2   QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holder of National form four examination certificate and has attended and passed a 3 years laboratory Technologist Course in a Government recognized Medical Institution.


6.4 MEDICAL RECORDS TECHNICIANS (1 POST) 6.4.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·                     Collecting, tabulating, analyzing and interpreting disease and patient statistics and circulating them to relevant end users of the Institute.

·                     Receiving and register patients and direct them on where to go for attention.

·                     Giving appointments to patients.

·                     Issuing files and identification cards to patients.

·                     Receiving files for patients and collecting files from the ward.

·                     Updating information on admissions, discharges and deaths.

·                     Creating and maintaining index in alphabetical order and tracing missing files.

·                     Facilitating availability of records and statistical data for carrying out research.

·                     Assisting in designing and maintaining a system for numbering, filing, storage and retrieval of patients’ files and other documents.

·                     Assisting in periodic squeezing of files into shelves.


·                     Collecting and preparing daily and monthly statistical returns.

·                     Maintaining procedures for tracing misfiled and lost case-notes and other documents.

·                     Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her Supervisor.

6.4.2   QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holder of an Ordinary Secondary School Certificate and Certificate/Diploma in Medical Records or its equivalent from a Government recognized Medical Institution.Must have computer skills.



6.5 ASSISTANT NURSING OFFICER (1 POST) 6.5.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·                     Take general nursing care of patients

·                     Collect essential medical data.

·                     Educate patients on their health problems.

·                     Adhere to the rules and regulations of DDA.

·                     Administer drugs and other treatments as prescribed by medical doctors.

·                     Give health education to patients and their relatives

·                     Conduct ward rounds

·                     Counsel patients.

·                     Make follow-ups of working equipment in his/her working area.

·                     Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her Supervisor.


6.5.2   QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holder of Diploma in Nursing from a recognized Institution.Must be registered by the Tanzania Nurses and Midwifery Council.


6.6 ASSISTANT EDUCATION OFFICER II (1POST) 6.6.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·                     To Teach in Secondary School.

·                     To mark students examinations.

·                     To assess the progress results of the students.

·                     To prepare and keep records of the continuous assessment of the students.

·                     To monitor student’s examination.


·                     To prepare and assist in maintaining proper storage of students performance records.

·                     To assist in the preparation of examination time table and allocation of rooms.

·                     Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her Supervisor.


6.6.2   QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holder of Diploma in Education or its equivalent, from any recognized Institute/College with at least 2 years’ experience.


6.7 NURSING OFFICER II (1POST) 6.7.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·                     Take general nursing care of patients.

·                     Collect essential medical data.

·                     Counsel patients.

·                     Educate patients on their health problems.

·                     Order drugs from pharmacy and ward equipment from stores

·                     Adhere to the rules and regulations of DDA.

·                     Give health education to patients and relatives

·                     Apply the installed integrated hospital management information systems in all activities and reporting.

·                     Communicate internally and externally by using the ICT.

·                     Adhere to the prescribed inpatients and outpatients’ treatment manual and procedures.

·                     Participate in carrying out prescribed instructions.

·                     Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her Supervisor.


6.7.2   QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holder of BSc Degree in Nursing from a recognized Institution.Must be registered by the Tanzania Nurses and Midwifery Council.


6.8
ENROLLED NURSE II
(2 POSTS)
6.8.1
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·                     Take general nursing care of patients

·                     Administer drugs and other treatments as prescribed by medical doctors

·                     Collect data and prepare reports of his/her working performance.

·                     Counsel patients.

·                     Educate patients on their health problems.

·                     Take care of DDA

·                     Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her Supervisor.

6.8.2   QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holder of Ordinary Secondary School Education with a certificate in enrolled nursing course from a recognized Institution.Must be enrolled by the Tanzania Nurses and Midwifery Council.



6.9 LIVESTOCK FIELD OFFICER II ( 1POST) 6.9.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·                     Set up, operate and maintain the milking equipment

·                     Milk the cows according to standards outlined in the farm Quality Assurance program

·                     Clean the milking plant and yards after each milking, and operate the waste management system

·                     Rear calves until weaning age, ensuring optimum health and growth rate

·                     Identify and isolate from milk supply those cows whose milk is unfit for human consumption.

·                     To perform any other duties that may be assigned to him/her by the Supervisor.


6.9.2   QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holders of form six/form four certificate plus two or three years pre-service Diploma Training in Livestock from recognized institution.


6.10   DRIVER II               (1 POST).

6.10.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·                     Driving Centre’s vehicles to approved destinations and in accordance with traffic regulations.

·                     Ensuring that fuel, oil, water, tires, tool kit and the general state of the car has been checked before use.

·                     Inspecting vehicles for defects before and after trips and submitting report indicating vehicle condition to the Administration office.

·                     Maintaining motor vehicle log books according to laid down regulations



·                     Reporting promptly and accidents or incidents involving vehicle to the supervisor/ the traffic police.

·                     Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her Supervisor.

6.10.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holder of Ordinary Secondary School Certificate with passes in English and Kiswahili, and holder of class “C” driving license with certificate of driving training from a recognized Institute. Must have undergone motor drivers course at a recognized institution and possess “Trade Test” Grade III (mechanics).


6.11   LEGAL OFFICER II - 1 POST -  READVERTISED

6.11.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·         Compile evidences relevant for court cases involving the Center

·         Assist in dealing with legal routine correspondences addressed to Center

·         Assist in administering compliance to the terms of agreements and contracts

·         Compile a list of amended legislations, regulations and rules

·         Pursue insurance covers for employees, equipment and premises is current

·         Maintain an updated database of court decisions

·         Performs any other duty that might be provided by authority.

6.11.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Bachelor degree of Law (LLB) from any recognised University/Institution who has passed a recognised legal training or undergone internship programme recognised by the Attorney General

6.11.3 TENURE: Permanent employment.

6.12   REMUNERATIONS:

These positions attract a competitive salary as par Kibaha Education Centre scheme of service.


7.0  TANZANIA BROADCASTING CORPORATION (TBC)

The Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation (TBC) is a Public Service Broadcaster established by Government Order in 2007 and became operational on 1st July, 2007 replacing the then Tanzania Broadcasting Services which was established in the year


2002 pursuant to Public Corporation Act No 2 of 1992, Government Notice No 20 of 14th June 2002.

7.1
GRAPHIC DESIGNER AND ASSISTANT IT OFFICER
GRADE I
-  1 POST-

RE-ADVERTISED


7.1.1
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES



·         Design graphics for promo, commercials and various programmes,

·         Edit video and audio materials for programmes,

·         Setting up and maintains servers, workstations and peripherals,

·         Providing IT support services to users,

·         Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.

7.1.2
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
·
Diploma  in  IT,  Fine  Art  and  specialised  training  in  Graphic  Design,  Computer

Engineering  or  its  equivalent  from  a  recognized  Institution  with  3  years  relevant

working experience in a reputable organization.
7.1.3
REMUNERATION

Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution’s salary scale PGSS 7.

7.2    SOUNDMAN - 1 POST- RE-ADVERTISED

7.2.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·         Recording sound and music on location and in the studio with optimum sound quality and effects,

·         Deal with all sound transfers as may be requested by the producer,

·         Perform integration of music into the broadcast,

·         Ensure proper maintenance and operation of all sound recording devices,

·         Ensure optimum quality of sound at recording/dubbing sessions and proper blending of sound effects with music tracks into single cohesive unit,

·         Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.

7.2.2      QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

·         Diploma in Sound Recording or its equivalent from a recognised Institution with good command of Swahili and English language.

·         Computer skills are essential.

7.2.3      REMUNERATION

Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution’s salary scale PGSS 5.


7.3    MARKETING OFFICER II:  1 POST

7.3.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

· Seeking for advertising revenue,

· Marketing TBC airtime for Radio and TV · Promote sponsorship of programmes

· Provide marketing information for TBC services

· Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.


7.3.2      QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Hold of Bachelor Degree in Commerce or Advanced Diploma in Business Administration, Marketing, Economics/Economic Planning or its equivalent from a recognized Institution. Computer Skills are essential.


7.3.3   REMUNERATION

Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution’s salary scale PGSS 10



8.0  TANZANIA INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION (TIE)

Tanzania Institute of Education is a public Non-University Institution of Higher Learning under the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training. The Institute was established by Act No.13 of 1975 (CAP 142 R.E.2002).

8.1      PRINCIPAL CURRICULUM COORDINATOR GRADE II - GEOGRAPHY – 1 POST- RE-ADVERTISED

8.1.1   DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·         Designs and develops curriculum for schools and colleges.

·         Tries out developed curriculum for schools and colleges.

·         Plans, organises and conducts in-service seminars/ courses/ workshops/ conferences for tutors, teachers and other stakeholders.

·         Designs and participates in educational research related to the subject of specialization.

·         Supports and liaises with the subject association where it exists.

·         Writes academic papers and other publications.

·         Provides consultancy services in the field of education.

·         Conducts orientation courses for the newly appointed staff.

·         Performs any other duties that may be assigned by immediate supervisor.


8.1.2   QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

· Master’s degree in education with at least six (6) years of post qualification working experience in teaching or curriculum development or educational management.

8.1.3   REMUNERATION

Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution’s salary scale PTHS 13 – 14


9.0  TANZANIA  LIBRARY SERVICES  BOARD (TLSB)

Tanzania Library Services Board (TLSB) is a national institution under the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training established by the 1963 act of parliament, and later on repealed by the 1975 act. The Act requires the Board to promote, establish, equip and develop libraries, information centers, and documentation centers in Tanzania. TLSB has the role of ensuring that it provides information to all groups of people including children, youth, adults, and disadvantaged groups. In carrying out the above responsibilities TLSB acquires, organizes and distributes books, non-book materials and other forms of information materials to individuals, schools, Institutions and public in general.

9.1    DIRECTOR OF PLANNING - 1 POST

9.1.1      DUTY STATION: HQ DAR ES SALAAM

9.1.2      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·         To be responsible for the efficient execution of approved programs;

·         To advice the Director General in all matters relating to Planning;

·         To head Planning Department;

·         To prepare financial and personnel estimates;

·         To prepare activity reports of the Board;

·         To formulate policies related to the Board;

·         To initiate plans for new projects;

·         To review Board’s Strategic Plan and recommended for improved changes;

·         To set criteria and standards for establishing effectively marketing plans of library services;

·         To manage the organization data bank; and

·         To coordinate NCL and other Libraries in the country;

·         .To formulates policies on Library standards.


9.1.3
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
·
Masters  Degree  in  Library  and  Information  Sciences  with  experience  of  not  less

than 5 years in Library Management and Planning from reputable Organization.
9.1.4
AGE LIMIT: Not above 40 years
9.1.5
TENURE: Permanent.
9.2
LIBRARIAN II -  1 POSTS
9.2.1
DUTY STATION: HQ DAR ES SALAAM & REGIONAL LIBRARIES
9.2.2
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
·
To   carry   out   all   Library   Professional   duties   under   the   supervision   of   Senior

Professional  members  of  staff.     Duties  will  include  cataloguing,  classification,

literature searching reference services and circulations.
9.2.3
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
·
Bachelor   degree   in   Librarianship   and   Information   Sciences   or   Diploma   in

Librarianship  or  equivalent  with   work  experience   in  any  reputable   Institution,

Computer literacy is an added advantage.
9.2.4
TENURE: Permanent.
9.3
SENIOR TUTO   II  1 POST
9.3.1
DUTY STATION: SLADS BAGAMOYO
9.3.2
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·                     To guide and supervises students in building up their practical and research projects;

·                     To prepare learning resources and designs training exercises for students;

·                     To conduct consultancy and community services;

·                     To develop and reviews   existing curriculum;

·                     To undertake individual research and participates in scientific/ academic congregations;

·                     To prepare teaching manuals, simulations and case studies for Training;

·                     To supervise and guides post-graduate students; and

·                     To coach junior teaching staff.


9.3.3   QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holders of Bachelors Degree in Librarianship and Information Science or equivalent qualifications from a recognized University/institution with 5 years working experience and must have written two substantive professional paper.

9.3.4    TENURE: Permanent


9.4    TUTOR II  4 POSTS

9.4.1      DUTY STATION: SLADS BAGAMOYO

9.4.2      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

·                     To assist in design course programmes within one’s competence and present them to the school governing council for approval;

·                     To assist in scanning the content and references of each course that one teaches;

·                     To assist reviewing periodically lecture/Instruction notes and other illustration materials;

·                     To provide tutorials/seminars so a means of filling in information gaps arising from lecturing;

·                     To avail times for consultation and provide appropriate guidance to all students requiring individualized assistance;

·                     To give assignments to students and ensure prompt marking and feedback for each assignment;

·                     To set examination;

·                     To write technical papers for presentation in various scholarly for a students seminar both locally and abroad; and

·                     To write and publish teaching manuals, teaching notes and books within one’s area of specialization.


9.4.3   QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holders of Bachelors Degree in Librarianship and Information Science or equivalent qualifications from a recognized University/institution.

9.4.4   TENURE: Permanent

 NB: GENERAL CONDITIONS

i.        All applicants must be Citizens of Tanzania and not above 45 years old, however, should also observe the age limit for each position where indicated.

ii.       Applicants must attach an up-to-date current Curriculum Vitae (CV) having reliable contact postal address, e-mail address and telephone numbers.

iii.      Applicants should apply on the strength of the information given in this advertisement.

iv.      The title of the position and institution applied for should be written in the subject of the application letter and marked on the envelope; short of which will make the application invalid.

v.       Applicants must attach their detailed relevant certified copies of Academic certificates:

-       Postgraduate/Degree/Advanced Diploma/Diploma/Certificates.

-       Postgraduate/Degree/Advanced Diploma/Diploma transcripts.

-       Form IV and Form VI National Examination Certificates.

-       Computer Certificate

-       Professional certificates from respective boards

-       One recent passport size picture and birth certificate.

vi.      FORM IV AND FORM VI RESULTS SLIPS ARE STRICTLY NOT ACCEPTED


vii.    Testimonials, Partial transcripts and results slips will not be accepted.

viii.   Presentation of forged academic certificates and other information in the CV will necessitate to legal action

ix.     Applicants for senior positions currently employed in the public service should route their application letters through their respective employers.

x.      Applicants for entry levels currently employed in the Public Service should

not apply, they have to adhere to Government Circular Na. CAC. 45/257/01/D/140 dated 30th November 2010.

xi.     Applicants who have/were retired from the Public Service for whatever reason should not apply.

xii.    Applicants should indicate three reputable referees with their reliable contacts.

xiii.   Certificates from foreign Universities should be verified by Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU)

xiv.   Dead line for application is 02nd May, 2013 at 3:30 p.m
xv.    Applicants with special needs/case (disability) are supposed to indicate

xvi.   Women are highly encouraged to apply

xvii.  Only short listed candidates will be informed on a date for interview

xviii.   Application letters should be written in Swahili or English

xix.   APPLICATION LETTERS SHOULD BE POSTED TO THE FOLLOWING ADDRESS. HAND DELIVERY IS NOT ACCEPTABLE:

Secretary
OR
Katibu



Public Service Recruitment

Sekretarieti
ya
Ajira
katika
Secretariat,

Utumishi wa Umma

P. O. Box 63100

S. L. P 63100,



DAR ES SALAAM.

DAR ES SALAAM.

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