Sunday, December 1, 2013

JOBS IN TANZANIA DECEMBER 2013

OFFICER MANAGEMENT  SECREATARY II - 3 POSITIONS    
Qualifications: Holder of Secondary Education Academic Certificate and a Diploma in secretarial Management services with a pass of 120 w.p.m short hand either in Kiswahili or English,Certificate in Computer applications
Apply: Rector,Institute of Accountancy Arusha
Box  2798 Arusha  
Details: Daily News  28 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 15 December, 2013

POWER TRANSFORMER FIELD TECHNICIAN     
Qualifications: Technician Certificate or Diploma in Electrical Mechanics with a minimum of 3 years experience in power transformer field work
 Apply : The General Manager
Jacksi Plaza
Box  8786,Dar es Salaam  
Details: Mwananchi 18 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 14 December, 2013

TUTORIAL ASSISTANT IN STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING     
Qualifications: Holder of Bachelor’s degree (NTA Level 8 or its equivalent qualification in a relevant field with a minimum GPA of 3.5, Excellent English, written and oral Communication skills
Apply: The Principal,Mbeya University of Science & Technology
Box  131 Mbeya  
Details: Daily News  28 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 11 December, 2013

ASSISTANT  LECTURER IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING    
Qualifications: Holder of Master’s degree in a relevant field from any recognised institution,A minimum GPA of 3.5 in both Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree required; Excellent English,written and oral Communication skills
Apply: The Principal,Mbeya University of Science & Technology
Box  131 Mbeya  
Details: Daily News  28 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 11 December, 2013


SENIOR  RECORDS MANAGEMENT II     
Qualifications: Holder of Secondary Education Academic Certificate and a Diploma in records Management from Public Service Colleges or any other  recognised college/institution
Apply: Rector ,Institute of Accountancy Arusha
Box  2798 Arusha  
Details: Daily News  28 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 15 December, 2013

ASSISTANT  LECTURER IN ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING Qualifications: Holder of Master’s degree in a relevant field from any recognised institution. A minimum GPA of 3.5 in both Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree required; Excellent English,written and oral Communication skills
Apply: The Principal,
Mbeya University of Science and Technology
Box  131 Mbeya  
Details: Daily News  28 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 11 December, 2013

ASSISTANT  LECTURER IN HIGHWAY/STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING Qualifications: Holder of Master’s degree in a relevant field from any recognised institution; A minimum GPA of 3.5 in both Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree required; Excellent English,written and oral Communication skills
Apply: The Principal,
Mbeya University of Science and Technology
Box  131 Mbeya  
Details: Daily News  28 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 11 December, 2013

SENIOR  ASSISTANT LIBRARY II - 3 POSITIONS    
Qualifications: Holder of Secondary Education Certificate with Diploma in Library services or its equivalent with at least two years of working in a related field
Apply: Rector, Institute of Accountancy Arusha
Box  2798 Arusha  
Details: Daily News  28 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 15 December, 2013

ASSISTANT  LECTURER IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING/ELECTRO-MECHANICAL
(MECHATRONICS)     
Qualifications: Holder of Master’s degree in a relevant field from any recognised institution; a minimum GPA of 3.5 in both Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree required; Excellent English, written and oral Communication skills
Apply: The Principal,
Mbeya University of Science and Technology
Box  131 Mbeya  
Details: Daily News  28 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 11 December, 2013

PROFESSOR     
Qualifications: Holder of PhD in a relevant field eligible for technical teachers registration that has proven applicable working experience in research and consultancy of at least twenty years in the industry and has published fifteen years reviewed papers
Apply: The Principal,
Mbeya University of Science and Technology
Box  131 Mbeya  
Details: Daily News  28 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 11 December, 2013


ELECTRICAL TECHNICIAN     
Qualifications: Holder of Secondary Education Academic Certificate and a Diploma or its equivalent in electrical Engineering from a recognised university/institution
Apply: Rector,Institute of Accountancy Arusha
Box  2798 Arusha  
Details: Daily News  28 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 15 December, 2013
SENIOR COMPUTER  TECHNICIAN II    
Qualifications: Holder of Secondary Education Certificate and a Diploma in Computer Science,Information technology,Electronics or its equivalent and has five years experience in related field
Apply: Rector,Institute of Accountancy Arusha
Box  2798 Arusha  
Details: Daily News  
28 November, 2013
Deadline: 15 December, 2013

ASSISTANT SYSTEMS ANALYST/SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATORS - 3 POSITIONS    
Qualifications: Holder of Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science,Information Technology,Electronics or equivalent qualification from a recognised university or institution
Apply: Rector,Institute of Accountancy Arusha
Box  2798 Arusha  
Details: Daily News  28 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 15 December, 2013

PROCUREMENT AND LOGISTICS OFFICER II    
Qualifications: Holder of Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in procurement and CSP or equivalent qualification from a recognised university or institution
Apply: Rector,Institute of Accountancy Arusha
Box  2798 Arusha  
Details: Daily News  
28 November, 2013
Deadline: 15 December, 2013

ACADEMIC  ADMINISTRATIVE  
OFFICER II    
Qualifications: Holder of Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration,Education,Business Administration,Information Technology or its equivalent  from a recognised university, institution
Apply: Rector ,Institute of Accountancy Arusha
Box  2798 Arusha  
Details: Daily News  
28 November, 2013
Deadline: 15 December, 2013

SENIOR  HUMAN  RESOURCES AND ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER II - 2 POSITIONS    
Qualifications: Holder of a Master’s degree in public/Business Administration,Human Resources,Management or education from a recognised university, institution
Apply: Rector ,Institute of Accountancy Arusha
Box  2798 Arusha  
Details: Daily News  
28 November, 2013
Deadline: 15 December, 2013

LEGAL OFFICER I    
Qualifications: Holder of a degree in Law (LLB) from any recognised university, institution
Apply: Rector ,Institute of Accountancy Arusha
Box  2798 Arusha  
Details: Daily News  28 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 15 December, 2013

ESTATES  OFFICER   I  
Qualifications: Holder of Bachelor’s degree in architecture,
building Economics,land Management and valuation,Civil Electrical or environmental Engineering from a recognised university/institution
Apply: Rector ,Institute of Accountancy Arusha
Box  2798 Arusha  
Details: Daily News  28 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 15 December, 2013

SENIOR  ACCOUNTANT II- 2 POSTS    
Qualifications: Holder of Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent in Accounting with either a full professional Accountancy qualification CPA (T) or its equivalent   from a recognised university institution
Apply: Rector ,Institute of Accountancy Arusha
Box  2798 Arusha  
Details: Daily News  28 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 15 December, 2013

SENIOR  INTERNAL  AUDITOR II    
Qualifications: Holder of Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Accounting/Finance or Commerce  from a recognised university institution
Apply: Rector,Institute of Accountancy Arusha
Box  2798 Arusha  
Details: Daily News  28 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 15 December, 2013

SENIOR  PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER II    
Qualifications: Holder of Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Journalism,Business Administration,Marketing,Mass Communication, Public relations or its equivalent from a recognised university institution
Apply: Rector,Institute of Accountancy Arusha
Box  2798 Arusha  
Details: Daily News  28 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 15 December, 2013

SENIOR  PROCUREMENT AND LOGISTICS OFFICER II    
Qualifications: Holder of Bachelor’s  and Master’s degrees or equivalent in Procurement and Logistics Management and CSP or its equivalent
Apply: Rector,Institute of Accountancy Arusha
Box  2798 Arusha  
Details: Daily News  28 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 15 December, 2013

SECURITY GUARD - 3 POSITIONS    
Qualifications: Holder of a Form IV Certificate, holder of certificate in National Service or Mgambo
Apply: Regional Manager
TANROADS
Box  97 Kigoma  
Details: Daily News  27 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 31 December, 2013

OFFICE  ATTENDANT    
Qualifications: Holder of  Form IV certificate, must be fluent in written and spoken Kswahili and English languages
Apply: Regional Manager
TANROADS
Box  97 Kigoma  
Details: Daily News  27 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 31 December, 2013

CASHIER - 2 POSITIONS    
Qualifications: Holder of an Ordinary Secondary Education/Advance Secondary Education and ATEC, NABE stage III or equivalent
Apply: Regional Manager
TANROADS
Box  97 Kigoma  
Details: Daily News  27 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 31 December, 2013

DRIVER - 2 POSITIONS    
Qualifications: Holder of Form IV Certificate,holder of valid class C driving licence
Apply: Regional Manager
TANROADS
Box  97 Kigoma  
Details: Daily News  27 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 31 December, 2013

WEIGHBRIDGE OPERATOR - 6 POSITIONS    
Qualifications: Holder of Full Technician Certificate in Civil Mechanical or Electrical Engineering (FTC) (Higher qualification will be advantageous)
Apply: Regional Manager
TANROADS
Box  97 Kigoma  
Details: Daily News  27 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 31 December, 2013

WEIGHBRIDGE IN CHARGE - 2 POSITIONS    
Qualifications: Holder of Bachelor’s degree in Civil Mechanical or Electrical Engineering
Apply: Regional Manager
TANROADS
Box  97 Kigoma  
Details: Daily News  27 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 31 December, 2013

TECHNICIAN - 3 POSITIONS    
Qualifications: Holder of Full Technician Certificate (FTC)or Equivalent qualification
Apply: Regional Manager
TANROADS
Box  97 Kigoma  
Details: Daily News  27 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 31 December, 2013


LECTURER IN ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING/TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
Qualifications: Holder of a Doctorate (PhD) degree in a relevant field who is eligible for registration as a technical teacher OR Registered technical teachers,holder of Master’s degree/PhD in a relevant field who has working experience in a similar position in a related or allied institution
Apply: The Principal,
Mbeya University of Science and Technology
Box  131 Mbeya  
Details: Daily News  
28 November, 2013
Deadline: 11 December, 2013

LECTURER IN STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING/MATERIALS/CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT/CONSTRUCTION ECONOMICS
Qualifications: Holder of a Doctorate (PhD) degree in a relevant field who is eligible for registration as a technical teacher OR Registered technical teachers,holder of Master’s degree/PhD in a relevant field who has working experience in a similar position in a related or allied institution
Apply: The Principal,
Mbeya University of Science and Technology
Box  131 Mbeya  
Details: Daily News  
28 November, 2013
Deadline: 11 December, 2013

LECTURER IN MECHANICAL  ENGINEERING    
Qualifications: Holder of a Doctorate (PhD) degree in a relevant field who is eligible for registration as a technical teacher OR Registered technical teachers,holder of Master’s degree/PhD in a relevant field who has working experience in a similar position in a related or allied institution
Apply: The Principal,
Mbeya University of Science and Technology
Box  131 Mbeya  
Details: Daily News  
28 November, 2013
Deadline: 11 December, 2013

SENIOR INSTRUCTOR II IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING     
Qualifications: Holder of Master’s degree (NTA Level 9 in Mechanical Engineering who is eligible for registration as a technical teacher
Apply: The Principal,
Mbeya University of Science and Technology
Box  131 Mbeya  
Details: Daily News  
28 November, 2013
Deadline: 11 December, 2013

SENIOR  LECTURER - MECHANICAL ENGINEERING/CIVIL ENGINEERING/COMPUTER ENGINEERING/ELECTRICAL  ENGINEERING/ ELECTRICAL  ENGINEERING     
Qualifications: Holder of PhD in relevant field who is eligible for registration as a technical teacher with a working experience in teaching,research and consultancy of at least 3 years in lectureship position or equivalent in related or allied institutions and has published at least three peer reviewed papers
Apply: The Principal,
Mbeya University of Science and Technology
Box  131 Mbeya  
Details: Daily News  
28 November, 2013
Deadline: 11 December, 2013

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - MECHANICAL ENGINEERING/CIVIL ENGINEERING/COMPUTER ENGINEERING/ELECTRICAL  ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL  ENGINEERING     
Qualifications: Holder of a Doctorate (PhD) degree in a relevant field and eligible to be registered as a technical teacher with experience in research for at least ten years
Apply: The Principal,
Mbeya University of Science and Technology
Box  131 Mbeya  
Details: Daily News  
28 November, 2013
Deadline: 11 December, 2013

ESTATE MANAGER      
Qualifications: Holder of Master’s degree in Land Management and Valuation,Environmental Engineering/Architecture/Building Economics/Civil Engineering,or equivalent qualifications with working experience in a senior position in a related field
Apply: The Principal,
Mbeya University of Science and Technology
Box  131 Mbeya  
Details: Daily News  
28 November, 2013
Deadline: 11 December, 2013

ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR II IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Qualifications: Holder of Ordinary Diploma NTA level 6 or equivalent in a relevant field
Apply: The Principal,
Mbeya University of Science and Technology
Box  131 Mbeya  
Details: Daily News  28 Nov, 2013
Deadline: 11 December, 2013



WATER QUALITY TECHNICIAN      
Qualifications: FTC/Diploma in Water Laboratory from recognised Technical College
Apply: The Managing Director
Mbeya Urban and Sewerage Authority
Box  2932,Mbeya  
Details: Daily News  11 Nov 2013
Deadline: 06 December, 2013

PRINCIPAL  INTERNAL  AUDITOR     
Qualifications: Holder of a degree/Advanced Diploma in Accountancy, possession of a Master’s degree in Finance or Accounting and finance from recognised institutions
Apply: The Managing Director
Mbeya Urban and Sewerage Authority
Box  2932,Mbeya  
Details: Daily News  
11 November 2013
Deadline: 6 December, 2013

Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist (Government of Tanzania - Partnership for Growth) 

Crown Agents USA, Inc. (CA-USA) is seeking a Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist (Government of Tanzania – Partnership for Growth) for an anticipated USAID Tanzania Mission Monitoring and Evaluation Mechanism project located in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.
Our Business
Crown Agents is an international development company employing over 600 personnel worldwide with a presence in more than 40 countries, subsidiaries in 12 countries, and permanent staff working on the ground in 22 corporate offices in Africa, Asia Latin America, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Crown Agents provides direct assistance, management consulting, and human and institutional development for public and private sector clients in customs and trade facilitation, public financial management, procurement, logistics, and health systems strengthening.
Crown Agents USA (CA-USA), the U.S. incorporated subsidiary of CA Group, provides direct procurement services, technical assistance, and training to improve health outcomes, establish good governance, and stimulate economic growth across the developing world. Established practice areas include Health, Supply Chain Services, Food Security, and M&E. Since its incorporation in the United States in 1998, CA-USA has provided technical assistance services and support to U.S. Government agencies and international organizations such as the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), the U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA), and the Gates Foundation.
Project Description
USAID/Tanzania seeks offerors to improve upon and implement the Mission’s monitoring and evaluation (M&E) system based on the Agency’s guidance, policies and Mission order requirements over a five-year period.
Offerors shall include participatory methodologies that will engage program stakeholders, especially programs Implementing Partners, Contracting Officer Representatives (CORs)and Assistance Office Representatives (AOR) , in the ongoing implementation of the M&E system which shall also include a participatory learning and knowledge sharing component for implementation improvement across the mission portfolio. Offerors should consider innovative approaches and reporting in the M&E system design, including technological approaches such as the use of cell phones for data collection, the use of case studies, real time data collection, use of GIS, etc., USAID/Tanzania plans to use monitoring and evaluation data generated during program implementation as the evidence upon which to demonstrate the extent to which Development Objective (DO) teams are fulfilling their specific objectives. DO teams are interested not only in measuring key results/outcomes to better understand program effectiveness, but also in systematic documentation that can foster critical reflection, knowledge sharing and learning.
Roles & Responsibilities
• The Senior M&E Specialist will facilitate performance improvement in monitoring and evaluation as indicated in Partnership for Growth (PFG) work plans and score cards. • Duties will include conducting or facilitating data collection and preparing reports, and communicating effectively to meet the needs of pertinent Government of Tanzania (GOT) ministries and agencies. • He/she will work regularly with the GOT-PFG secretariat to coordinate M & E efforts and develop and implement a strategy for sustainability of performance monitoring & evaluation processes.
• The Senior M&E Specialist will also facilitate training and capacity building activities.
Qualifications
• A Bachelor’s degree in International Development, Statistics or Economics is required. • Candidate must have at least 10 years of senior-level experience in M&E systems design, and management and implementation of development projects. o OR a Master’s degree/ Ph.D with 5 years of experience in the areas listed above. • Technical expertise in evaluation design, implementation and analysis, evaluation methodologies, developing performance management plans, participatory data collection methods and protocols, and data quality verification techniques preferred. • Experience working in Government of Tanzania ministries and familiarity with MKUKUTA framework required. • Fluency in both English and Kiswahili is required.
How to apply:
Application Process
To apply to this position, please email your CV to careers@crownagents.com. Include your name, along with the title of the position you are applying for, in the subject line. Visit our website at www.crownagentsusa.com for more information about our company. No phone calls, faxes or walk-ins please. Crown Agents USA, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V.
Crown Agents USA will provide reasonable accommodations to applicants with qualified disabilities in accordance with the ADA and local labor law as applicable. If you require a reasonable accommodation for our application process, please contact our Recruiting department directly. Requests will be kept confidential and shared strictly on a need-to-know basis only.
Chief of Party (COP) Tanzania Mission M&E Mechanism 
PROPOSAL SUMMARY
IBTCI is currently seeking a Chief of Party (COP) for a 3-year program (with additional 2 year option) to improve upon and implement the Tanzania Mission’s Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) system based on the agency’s guidance, policies, and Mission Order requirements.
Technical services provided under this contract are expected to include: • Proposed activities for the given year; • Corresponding time frame for implementation of annual activities; • Detailed budget for implementation; • Information on how activities will be implemented in a collaborative and coordinated manner with implementing partners; • Review of the previous year’s accomplishments, problems, and progress towards achieving task order outputs; • Proposed annual accomplishments and progress towards achieving outputs; and • Deliverables and reporting schedule. • Proposed transitioning actions and outputs with clear milestones for existing PEPFAR and FTF Monitoring and Evaluation contracts into the Mission M&E project.
POSITION SUMMARY
The COP will serve as the main point of contact between USAID and the Contractor and reporting to both. She/he will ensure effective and efficient performance for all aspects of this contract, overseeing all quality control and reporting. She/he will also interact professionally with senior Mission, Embassy, and government officials.
QUALIFICATIONS
The Chief of Party must have the following qualifications:
• At least 10 years of experience in International Development, including experience and technical knowledge in designing, managing and evaluating multi-million dollar development projects. • At least 5 years of experience (out of 10 years) should be as a COP or senior field management experience such as Project Director, Regional Director or Country Director roles, demonstrating professional interaction with senior U.S. and foreign government officials. • Prior experience in supervising long-term field staff and short-term U.S., third country, and local experts. • A graduate (Master’s) degree in the field of management, and/or international development. Technical expertise in any of the sectors USAID Tanzania is working on will be an added advantage.
How to apply:
TO APPLY
Please send an updated CV to recruiting@ibtci.com with the subject line “Tanzania Chief of Party”. No phone calls please. Only finalist will be contacted. IBTCI is an equal opportunity employer.
Senior M&E Advisor Tanzania Mission-wide M&E Project 
Position Summary The Senior Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor will oversee monitoring and evaluation, analyses and assessments throughout the life of the project, including the data collection, design of the evaluation methodology and participatory data collection methods and protocols, and data quality verification techniques. She/he will also be responsible for the design, quality development and production of all evaluations reports and any assessments, population based surveys and studies including the testing of the development hypotheses. This will include the design of the evaluation methodology and participatory data collection methods and protocols for both performance and impact evaluations. In addition, the incumbent will oversee the maintenance of performance monitoring plans for both USAID Tanzania and Implementing Partners. Qualifications The Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor must have at a minimum: • A bachelor degree in International development, Statistics or Economics with at least 10 years of demonstrated experience in the design and management of evaluations (impact and performance), analyses and assessments, including the design of the evaluation methodology, population based surveys, developing performance management plans, participatory data collection methods and protocols, and data quality verification techniques from large development projects.
• Or a Master’s Degree with minimum of five years of demonstrated experience in the requested field. • Previous experience in the region required; direct experience in Tanzania is an advantage. • Prior experience with donor funded projects required; USAID experience is an advantage. • Ability to work successfully with multiple teams and to successfully manage multiple tasks simultaneously on a tight deadline. • Strong communication skills and fluency (written and spoken) in English required; working knowledge of Kiswahili is an advantage.
How to apply:
Please send an updated CV to recruiting@ibtci.com with the subject line “Tanzania Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor.” No phone calls please. Only final candidates will be contacted. IBTCI is an equal opportunity employer.
Local Senior M&E Advisor Tanzania Mission-wide M&E Project/Partnership for Growth 
Position Summary The Senior Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor / Partnership for Growth will be attached to the Government of Tanzania for the duration of the contract and will be responsible for facilitating performance monitoring and evaluation as indicated in the Partnership for Growth work plans and score cards. This will include, but is not limited to: • Conducting and/or facilitating data collection and reports preparation, including follow-up on communication and logistical needs from pertinent ministries and agencies; • Working regularly with the Government of Tanzania – Partnership for Growth secretariat housed at the President's Office of Planning Commission. Coordinate M & E efforts with the USAID/ Tanzania mission and other Government of Tanzania offices.
• Developing and implementing a strategy that will ensure sustainability of performance monitoring & evaluation process even after the five-year implementation of Partnership for Growth. • Facilitate training and capacity building of M & E staff &/or units from different Government of Tanzania ministries & agencies. Qualifications The Senior Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor/Partnership for Growth must have at a minimum the following qualifications: • A Bachelor’s degree in international development or statistics or economics with 10 years of demonstrated experience in M&E systems design, management and implementing development projects at a senior level. • Or a Master’s degree with not less than five years of experience in the requested field. • Experience and knowledge in working with GOT and monitoring and System framework of MKUKUTA; prior experience as a government employee is a distinct advantage. • Excellent written and spoken Kiswahili – and a strong working knowledge of English - is required. • This position is open to Tanzanian nationals only.
How to apply:
Please send an updated CV to recruiting@ibtci.com with the subject line “Tanzania Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor/ PFG.” No phone calls please. Only final candidates will be contacted. IBTCI is an equal opportunity employer.
Technical Advisor HICD Tanzania Mission-wide M&E Program 
Position Summary The Technical Advisor, HICD will provide expert technical guidance on all aspects of HICD including performance assessments, performance solutions design and performance monitoring and management system design. The Technical Advisor will assume a lead role identifying organizations, developing tailored support packages and documenting process and outcomes. In addition, the Technical Advisor will provide direct support to assist USAID, Government of Tanzania and implementing partners in activities such as building leadership, performing strategic planning, conducting information analysis, developing process improvements, performing facilitation services, conducting surveys and improving an organization s results. Qualifications: The Technical Advisor, HICD will have at a minimum the following qualifications: • A Master’s degree with five or more years of experience in organizational development or related field; or a Ph.D. degree with at least three years of experience in organizational development, change management or relevant field • Demonstrated knowledge of, and experience with the USAID HICD model • CPC experience • Minimum of 5 years experience with M&E of donor funded projects; USAID experience is an advantage. • Demonstrated ability to collaborate with diverse teams and effectively communicate new or sensitive topics. • Knowledge and experience with participatory planning methodologies that promote learning and social change • Excellent interpersonal and team work skills • Fluency in English (written and spoken) required; fluency in Kiswahili preferred.
How to apply:
Please send an updated CV to recruiting@ibtci.com with the subject line “Tanzania Technical Advisor HICD.” No phone calls please. Only final candidates will be contacted. IBTCI is an equal opportunity employer.
Technical Advisor Knowledge Management Tanzania Mission-wide M&E Program 
Position Summary The Technical Advisor, Knowledge Management will substantively engage on a broad range of development issues. Within the subject matter of KM and KS the Technical Advisor, Knowledge Management will be contributing to the further strengthening of a coherent and integrated knowledge management and knowledge sharing service structure, driven by users’ needs, and is responsible for ensuring a strengthened GIS, which will include: • The installation, functionality and improvement of the existing GIS software (Version 9.3) and a ArcGIS server currently owned by USAID/Tanzania to capture the breadth of qualitative and quantitative performance and contextual spatial data reported by implementing partners; • Undertaking various spatial data analysis and producing discreet GIS products such as the mapping of USG partner locations and activities countrywide; • Identifying capacity building needs and develop and implement a capacity building program with milestones in the area of GIS; • Providing options for building internal GIS capacity by surveying existing resources and proposing the best options that could be included in future grants and contracts; and • Developing innovative technologies on GIS for M&E reporting and learning. These services will leverage USAIDs collective knowledge but also include KM tools, platforms, approaches and models to support individual partners and projects enhanced performance and capacities, or as a new stand- alone service line when justified. In addition, the TA Knowledge Management will provide technical assistance, support capacity building, and create/maintain databases and websites.
Qualifications Applicants for this position should be SENIOR level personnel. Education: • Master's degree in a knowledge management and/or development related area – (Information, Communication, Economics, Public Policy, Development Management, International Relations, Business Administration etc.) Experience: • 10 years of overall relevant professional experience, including in knowledge management. • Experience in developing/managing knowledge management systems/programs. • Advanced experience with current KM technologies, including GIS. • Work experience in the region is highly desirable; • A track record of working experience with increasing responsibilities on donor-funded projects; prior experience with USAID is an advantage; • Experience in leading/managing knowledge product development and dissemination. Language Requirements: • Fluency (both written and verbal) in English and Kiswahili. Working knowledge of other local languages is an asset.
How to apply:
Please send an updated CV to recruiting@ibtci.com with the subject line “Tanzania Technical Advisor Knowledge Management.” No phone calls please. Only final candidates will be contacted. IBTCI is an equal opportunity employer.
Local Investment Climate (LIC) sub-component, Business Sector Programme Support (BSPS) Phase IV, Tanzania
Deadline 10 December 2013
KPMG is a leading provider of professional services, which include audit, tax and advisory. KPMG’s International Development Advisory Services Unit (IDAS) is based in Nairobi, Kenya and has adopted a pan-African approach to development work, employing full-time experienced development experts within the KPMG Africa team at our headquarters in Nairobi, together with a network of champions across the twenty countries of KPMG in sub-Saharan Africa. Our clients include international development agencies, international lending institutions, private corporations and foundation and national governments.
KPMG seeks a Knowledge Management, Monitoring & Evaluation and Communications Officer for the Local Investment Climate (LIC) sub-component, Business Sector Programme Support Phase IV in Tanzania. KPMG has been shortlisted by Danida to submit a tender as the Management Contractor (MC) of Local Investment Climate (LIC) sub-component. The four-year programme with a possible extension of up to 24 months will support Tanzania achieve improved conditions for sustained growth and investment in selected local government authorities.
The LIC sub-component will focus geographically on Kigoma and Dodoma regions to address the critical constraints to business growth and economic development at the district level. It shall encourage practical responses to the challenges faced by government and business when seeking to improve the conditions for private sector development and economic development at the district level, and facilitate the creation of district-level Public-Private Dialogue. LIC will establish a Small Industrial Facilities Fund (SIFF), which will facilitate investments in public infrastructure and private business facilities with public-good characteristics to unlock critical constraints in local markets and strategic value chains (clusters), and create new business opportunities for local business women and men. The investments will be targeting key agribusiness value chains in the region.
LIC shall closely coordinate activities with other BSPS IV programmes, in particular the Agricultural Markets Development Trust, the BEST-dialogue and Private Agricultural Sector Support Programme (PASS) Trust. In addition, working with strategic national partners such as Prime Minister’s Office – Regional Administration and Local Government (PMO-RALG), Association of Local Authorities in Tanzania (ALAT), Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) and Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture (TCCIA) the sub-component shall disseminate lessons learnt by government and the business community with other regions across the country. The sub-component will support four outcomes:
  • Outcome 1: Agreement and collaboration among public and private actors on addressing the priorities for local business growth and economic development.
  • Outcome 2: Improved local and sector-specific business environments. assessments
  • Outcome 3: Increased investment in selected regions and value chains.
  • Outcome 4: Improved practices across all regions and districts.
Specific roles and responsibilities:
The Knowledge Management, Monitoring & Evaluation and Communications Officer will be responsible for the timely and effective management and implementation of all monitoring and evaluation aspects of the LIC sub-component. He/she will responsible for building an evidence base to support strategic inputs to the reporting to LIC steering committee. He/she will be responsible for developing and operationalizing a communications plan that will catalyze action and, if possible, funding into the programme, and developing a knowledge management system where good practice and lessons learnt are maintained and shared. He/she will report to the Programme Manager. Additional responsibilities will include:
  • Developing a communications plan that maps all relevant stakeholders and the means to effectively engage them in order to catalyse attention and action to further the goals of this programme. These activities may also result in additional funding.
  • Demonstrating an understanding of the different projects from a communications perspective and being able to factor this in to the communications plan.
  • Designing and operationalizing a working knowledge management system that is simple, inclusive and effective at collecting and disseminating relevant lessons to programme partners and grantees.
  • Proactively seeking new sources of knowledge to complement internal lessons learned. As part of this, contributing to a system of collaboration between existing BSPS IV programmes and LIC sub-component.
  • Consistently keeping the system ‘alive’ by ensuring that information is fresh, relevant and accessible to the correct people.
  • Collaborating with the rest of the programme team as necessary.
General Qualifications:
  • University degree or equivalent training in relevant field.
  • At least 5 years of relevant professional experience.
  • Project management/coordination experience.
Adequacy for the assignment:
  • Experience with development and implementation of monitoring and evaluation systems from projects related to the private sector.
  • Experience with knowledge management.
  • Demonstrated skills in formulating, implementing, and supervising studies including baselines, impact assessment related to private sector activities.
  • Experience with documentation and dissemination of study results including lessons learned.
Fluent in English and Swahili.
Duty Station: Dodoma, Tanzania
Tanzanian nationals are strongly encouraged to apply
Position is contingent upon project award and funding
Estimated start date: early 2014
© 2013 KPMG, the Kenya member firm of KPMG International, a Swiss cooperative. All rights reserved. Printed in Kenya
How to apply:
If your career aspirations match this exciting opportunity, please forward your curriculum vitae giving details of your qualifications and experience quoting the job code IDAS/2013/LIC/KM on or before 10 December 2013 to skieti@kpmg.co.ke
Local Investment Climate (LIC) sub-component, Business Sector Programme Support (BSPS) Phase IV, Tanzania
Deadline 10 December 2013
KPMG is a leading provider of professional services, which include audit, tax and advisory. KPMG’s International Development Advisory Services Unit (IDAS) is based in Nairobi, Kenya and has adopted a pan-African approach to development work, employing full-time experienced development experts within the KPMG Africa team at our headquarters in Nairobi, together with a network of champions across the twenty countries of KPMG in sub-Saharan Africa. Our clients include international development agencies, international lending institutions, private corporations and foundation and national governments.
KPMG seeks a Small Industries Facilities Fund (SIFF) Manager for the Local Investment Climate (LIC) sub-component, Business Sector Programme Support Phase IV in Tanzania. KPMG has been shortlisted by Danida to submit a tender as the Management Contractor (MC) of Local Investment Climate (LIC) sub-component. The four-year programme with a possible extension of up to 24 months will support Tanzania achieve improved conditions for sustained growth and investment in selected local government authorities.
The LIC sub-component will focus geographically on Kigoma and Dodoma regions to address the critical constraints to business growth and economic development at the district level. It shall encourage practical responses to the challenges faced by government and business when seeking to improve the conditions for private sector development and economic development at the district level, and facilitate the creation of district-level Public-Private Dialogue. LIC will also establish a Small Industrial Facilities Fund, which will facilitate investments in public infrastructure and private business facilities with public-good characteristics to unlock critical constraints in local markets and strategic value chains (clusters), and create new business opportunities for local business women and men. The investments will be targeting key agribusiness value chains in the region.
LIC shall closely coordinate activities with other BSPS IV programmes, in particular the Agricultural Markets Development Trust, the BEST-dialogue and Private Agricultural Sector Support Programme (PASS) Trust. In addition, working with strategic national partners such as Prime Minister’s Office – Regional Administration and Local Government (PMO-RALG), Association of Local Authorities in Tanzania (ALAT), Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) and Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture (TCCIA) the sub-component shall disseminate lessons learnt by government and the business community with other regions across the country. The sub-component will support four outcomes:
  • Outcome 1: Agreement and collaboration among public and private actors on addressing the priorities for local business growth and economic development.
  • Outcome 2: Improved local and sector-specific business environments. assessments
  • Outcome 3: Increased investment in selected regions and value chains.
  • Outcome 4: Improved practices across all regions and districts.
Specific roles and responsibilities:
The SIFF Manager will be responsible for the coordination, monitoring, reporting and evaluation of all small and medium industrial projects funded by the Small Industries Facilities Fund, as well as oversight in all aspects of procurement of goods and services following donor and KPMG regulations. He/she will work closely with the Programme Manager and his/her team to ensure that the scope of work for each SIFF applicant is in line with the LIC sub-component objectives and targets. An important component of the position will include stimulating debate and competition and identifying interventions that catalyse an increase of public and private investment within selected value chains in the regions. He/she will report to the Programme Manager.
Key functions will be to:
  • Oversee implementation of SIFF activities and provide high quality technical and strategic leadership, managerial oversight, and administration of the SIFF funded projects.
  • Promoting visibility of the Fund and supporting coordination with other BSPS IV programmes.
  • Using existing manuals and tools, rapidly develop specific SIFF operating manual outlining the policies and procedures, funding criteria and guidelines of the Fund.
  • Conduct due diligence assessments of SIFF applicants to assess their ability to manage grants and to identify where KPMG can provide support and capacity to manage grant funds.
  • Establish effective systems for managing, monitoring and evaluating SIFF performance.
  • Draft grant agreements and contracts.
  • Prepare progress and financial reports for submission to the steering committee.
  • Together with project director, lead the costing of the annual work plans for the Fund.
General qualifications required:
  • A relevant university degree in engineering or equivalent.
  • 10 years of relevant professional experience.
  • Experience in donor financed project management including financial management, monitoring, and reporting and staff management.
Adequacy for the assignment:
  • Experience with fund management for private sector development including management, reporting and M&E. At least three substantial references.
  • Experience working in public infrastructure projects for at least three years.
  • Experience related to financing of private sector investments will be an added advantage.
  • Fluent in English and Swahili.
Duty Station: Dodoma, Tanzania
Tanzanian nationals are strongly encouraged to apply
Position is contingent upon project award and funding
Estimated start date: early 2014
© 2013 KPMG, the Kenya member firm of KPMG International, a Swiss cooperative. All rights reserved. Printed in Kenya
How to apply:
If your career aspirations match this exciting opportunity, please forward your curriculum vitae giving details of your qualifications and experience quoting the job code IDAS/2013/LIC/SIFF on or before 10 December 2013 to: skieti@kpmg.co.ke
Local Investment Climate (LIC) sub-component, Business Sector Programme Support (BSPS) Phase IV, Tanzania
Deadline 10 December 2013
KPMG is a leading provider of professional services, which include audit, tax and advisory. KPMG’s International Development Advisory Services Unit (IDAS) is based in Nairobi, Kenya and has adopted a pan-African approach to development work, employing full-time experienced development experts within the KPMG Africa team at our headquarters in Nairobi, together with a network of champions across the twenty countries of KPMG in sub-Saharan Africa. Our clients include international development agencies, international lending institutions, private corporations and foundation and national governments.
KPMG seeks Local Investment Climate Reform Advisers for the Local Investment Climate (LIC) sub-component, Business Sector Programme Support Phase IV in Tanzania. KPMG has been shortlisted by Danida to submit a tender as the Management Contractor (MC) of Local Investment Climate (LIC) sub-component. The four-year programme with a possible extension of up to 24 months will support Tanzania achieve improved conditions for sustained growth and investment in selected local government authorities.
The LIC sub-component will focus geographically on Kigoma and Dodoma regions to address the critical constraints to business growth and economic development at the district level. It shall encourage practical responses to the challenges faced by government and business when seeking to improve the conditions for private sector development and economic development at the district level, and facilitate the creation of district-level Public-Private Dialogue. LIC will establish a Small Industrial Facilities Fund (SIFF), which will facilitate investments in public infrastructure and private business facilities with public-good characteristics to unlock critical constraints in local markets and strategic value chains (clusters), and create new business opportunities for local business women and men. The investments will be targeting key agribusiness value chains in the region.
LIC shall closely coordinate activities with other BSPS IV programmes, in particular the Agricultural Markets Development Trust, the BEST-dialogue and Private Agricultural Sector Support Programme (PASS) Trust. In addition, working with strategic national partners such as Prime Minister’s Office – Regional Administration and Local Government (PMO-RALG), Association of Local Authorities in Tanzania (ALAT), Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) and Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture (TCCIA) the sub-component shall disseminate lessons learnt by government and the business community with other regions across the country. The sub-component will support four outcomes: • Outcome 1: Agreement and collaboration among public and private actors on addressing the priorities for local business growth and economic development. • Outcome 2: Improved local and sector-specific business environments. assessments • Outcome 3: Increased investment in selected regions and value chains. • Outcome 4: Improved practices across all regions and districts.
Specific roles and responsibilities:
The Local Investment Climate Reform Advisers will be responsible for supporting, coordinating and facilitating business environment reforms within participating district councils. Based on business environment assessments, he/she will develop and implement an action plan based on the identified needs to support business growth and create a competitive local economy. He/she will report to the Programme Manager. Additional responsibilities will include: • Establishment of public private dialogue mechanisms. • Engage public and private sector organizations to develop funding proposals. • Support the development of Local Business Environment Reform Plans and Local Business Advocacy agendas. • Participate in the identification, selection and supervision of any short term technical advisors that will be procured to deliver technical assistance needs identified in the capacity strengthening action plan. • Working with the Programme Manager and SIFF Manager, define specific, quantifiable indicators for addressing the priorities for local business growth and economic development. • Ensure that lessons learnt are shared with the steering committee. • Prepare narrative reports on capacity strengthening actions for submission to LIC Steering Committee. • Together with Programme Manager, support the development of the annual work plans for the LIC Sub-component. General qualifications required: • University degree or equivalent training in economics, business management, political science or other relevant field. • At least 5 years of relevant professional experience. • Project management/coordination experience. Adequacy for the assignment: • Proven knowledge in business environment reforms and competitiveness matters. • Experience in private sector development and preferably Public-Private Dialogue. • Experience working with the government preferably at sub-national (district) level. • Experience with capacity building of private and public sector organisations. • Preferably experience with development of funding proposals. • Fluent in English and Swahili.
Duty Station: one position Dodoma and one position Kigoma, Tanzania
Tanzanian nationals are strongly encouraged to apply
Position is contingent upon project award and funding
Estimated start date: early 2014
© 2013 KPMG, the Kenya member firm of KPMG International, a Swiss cooperative. All rights reserved. Printed in Kenya
How to apply:
If your career aspirations match this exciting opportunity, please forward your curriculum vitae giving details of your qualifications and experience quoting the job code IDAS/2013/LIC/LICRA and indicating your selected duty station on or before 10 December 2013 to skieti@kpmg.co.ke
Local Investment Climate (LIC) sub-component, Business Sector Programme Support (BSPS) Phase IV, Tanzania
Deadline 10 December 2013
KPMG is a leading provider of professional services, which include audit, tax and advisory. KPMG’s International Development Advisory Services Unit (IDAS) is based in Nairobi, Kenya and has adopted a pan-African approach to development work, employing full-time experienced development experts within the KPMG Africa team at our headquarters in Nairobi, together with a network of champions across the twenty countries of KPMG in sub-Saharan Africa. Our clients include international development agencies, international lending institutions, private corporations and foundation and national governments.
KPMG seeks District Cluster/Value Chain Advisers for the Local Investment Climate (LIC) sub-component, Business Sector Programme Support Phase IV in Tanzania. KPMG has been shortlisted by Danida to submit a tender as the Management Contractor (MC) of Local Investment Climate (LIC) sub-component. The four-year programme with a possible extension of up to 24 months will support Tanzania achieve improved conditions for sustained growth and investment in selected local government authorities.
The LIC sub-component will focus geographically on Kigoma and Dodoma regions to address the critical constraints to business growth and economic development at the district level. It shall encourage practical responses to the challenges faced by government and business when seeking to improve the conditions for private sector development and economic development at the district level, and facilitate the creation of district-level Public-Private Dialogue. LIC will establish a Small Industrial Facilities Fund (SIFF), which will facilitate investments in public infrastructure and private business facilities with public-good characteristics to unlock critical constraints in local markets and strategic value chains (clusters), and create new business opportunities for local business women and men. The investments will be targeting key agribusiness value chains in the region. LIC shall closely coordinate activities with other BSPS IV programmes, in particular the Agricultural Markets Development Trust, the BEST-dialogue and Private Agricultural Sector Support Programme (PASS) Trust. In addition, working with strategic national partners such as Prime Minister’s Office – Regional Administration and Local Government (PMO-RALG), Association of Local Authorities in Tanzania (ALAT), Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) and Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture (TCCIA) the sub-component shall disseminate lessons learnt by government and the business community with other regions across the country. The sub-component will support four outcomes: • Outcome 1: Agreement and collaboration among public and private actors on addressing the priorities for local business growth and economic development. • Outcome 2: Improved local and sector-specific business environments. assessments • Outcome 3: Increased investment in selected regions and value chains. • Outcome 4: Improved practices across all regions and districts.
Specific roles and responsibilities:
The District Cluster/Value Chain Advisers will be responsible for working with public and private actors to identify the binding constraints to business growth in the participating districts and value chains and support the implementation of identified plans to address the priorities for local business growth and economic development. He/she will report to the Programme Manager. Additional responsibilities will include: • Conduct business environment assessments in the participating districts and value chains • Establishment of public private dialogue mechanisms in the participating districts and value chains • Support the development of district level district business databases and business centres • Engage public and private sector organizations in selected value chains to develop funding proposals • Participate in the identification, selection and supervision of any short term technical advisors that will be procured to deliver technical assistance needs identified in the district cluster action plans • Working with the Programme Manager and SIFF Manager, define specific, quantifiable indicators for addressing the priorities for local business growth and economic development • Ensure that lessons learnt are shared with the steering committee • Prepare narrative reports on capacity strengthening actions for submission to LIC Steering Committee • Together with Programme Manager, support the development of the annual work plans for the LIC Sub-component
General qualifications required: • University degree or equivalent training in economics, business management, political science or other relevant field • At least 5 years of relevant professional experience • Project management/coordination experience
Adequacy for the assignment: • Experience with value chain and cluster development • Experience working with private sector, government and academia • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills • Preferably experience with development of funding proposals • Fluent in English and Swahili
Duty Station: one position Dodoma and one position Kigoma, Tanzania
Tanzanian nationals are strongly encouraged to apply
Position is contingent upon project award and funding
Estimated start date: early 2014
© 2013 KPMG, the Kenya member firm of KPMG International, a Swiss cooperative. All rights reserved. Printed in Kenya
How to apply:
If your career aspirations match this exciting opportunity, please forward your curriculum vitae giving details of your qualifications and experience quoting the job code IDAS/2013/LIC/DCA and indicating your selected duty station on or before 10 December 2013 to skieti@kpmg.co.ke
Programme Manager / Team Leader – International Experienced
KPMG seeks a Programme Manager / Team Lead for the Local Investment Climate (LIC) sub-component, Business Sector Programme Support Phase IV in Tanzania. KPMG has been shortlisted by Danida to submit a tender as the Management Contractor (MC) of Local Investment Climate (LIC) sub-component. The four-year programme with a possible extension of up to 24 months will support Tanzania achieve improved conditions for sustained growth and investment in selected local government authorities. The LIC sub-component will focus geographically on Kigoma and Dodoma regions to address the critical constraints to business growth and economic development at the district level. It shall encourage practical responses to the challenges faced by government and business when seeking to improve the conditions for private sector development and economic development at the district level, and facilitate the creation of district-level Public-Private Dialogue. LIC will establish a Small Industrial Facilities Fund (SIFF), which will facilitate investments in public infrastructure and private business facilities with public-good characteristics to unlock critical constraints in local markets and strategic value chains (clusters), and create new business opportunities for local business women and men. The investments will be targeting key agribusiness value chains in the region. LIC shall closely coordinate activities with other BSPS IV programmes, in particular the Agricultural Markets Development Trust, the BEST-dialogue and Private Agricultural Sector Support Programme (PASS) Trust. In addition, working with strategic national partners such as Prime Minister’s Office – Regional Administration and Local Government (PMO-RALG), Association of Local Authorities in Tanzania (ALAT), Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) and Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture (TCCIA) the sub-component shall disseminate lessons learnt by government and the business community with other regions across the country. The sub-component will support four outcomes: • Outcome 1: Agreement and collaboration among public and private actors on addressing the priorities for local business growth and economic development. • Outcome 2: Improved local and sector-specific business environments. assessments • Outcome 3: Increased investment in selected regions and value chains. • Outcome 4: Improved practices across all regions and districts.
Specific roles and responsibilities: The Programme Manager will be KPMG’s senior supervisor in the implementation of LIC and will oversee all aspects of project performance, both technical and managerial. Under the supervision of the Engagement Partner, the Programme Manager will serve as the project’s principal contact point for Danida, the LIC Steering Committee, and will also be the project’s main contact for strategic national stakeholders and project implementing partners. The Programme Manager will supervise all project staff and consultants. He/she will have overall responsibility for ensuring that all procedures are established and adhered to for activity development, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, procurement, budgeting and financial accounting. S/he will provide overall supervision of implementing partners/grantees, ensuring timely progress against work plans, achievement of deliverables, and quality of results. General qualifications required:
• A relevant university degree or equivalent. • 10 years of relevant professional experience. • Experience in donor financed project management including financial management, monitoring, reporting and human resource management.
Adequacy for the assignment:
• Proven team experience showing the lead and manage teams in large programme implementations. At least three substantial team leader references. • Experience with private sector development and support. At least three substantial references. This can include design and management of grant and consultancy procurement scheme, enterprise development support and capacity building services. • Proven experience in business environment reforms including public-private dialogue. • Experience in working with a wide variety of different partner institutions.
Experience from the region and language:
• Working experience from preferably from Tanzania or East Africa. Experience working at sub-national levels will be an advantage. At least three years. • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. • Fluent in English and Swahili.
Duty Station: Dodoma, Tanzania Position is contingent upon project award and funding Estimated start date: early 2014 © 2013 KPMG, the Kenya member firm of KPMG International, a Swiss cooperative. All rights reserved. Printed in Kenya
How to apply:
If your career aspirations match this exciting opportunity, please forward your curriculum vitae giving details of your qualifications and experience quoting the job code IDAS/2013/LIC/PM on or before 10 December 2013 to skieti@kpmg.co.ke

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