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NAFASI ZA KAZI UTUMISHI - 11/5/2016


THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA

PRESIDENT’S OFFICE
PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT

Re. No. EA.7/96/01/I/35 6th May, 2016

VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT

On behalf of the Bagamoyo Arts and Cultural Institute, Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA), Tanzania Meat Board (TMB), The National Food Reserve Agency (NFRA) and The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Public Service Recruitment Secretariat invites qualified Tanzanians to fill 9 vacant posts in the above Public Institutions.

1.0 BAGAMOYO ARTS AND CULTURAL INSTITUTE

Bagamoyo Arts and Cultural Institute is a semi-autonomous Government Agency established under the Executive Agencies Act No. 30 of 1997. The agency Situates at Kaole Road, Bagamoyo Township and operates under the Ministry of Information, Youth, Arts and Sports to meet its Vision and Mission. The Agency (Institute) is a registered and accredited training Institution by the National Council for Technical Education to offer and deliver high quality training in Cultural issues, Performing and Fine (Visual) Arts.

To meet its Vision and Mission therefore, the Agency invites applications from suitable well motivated candidates who have the proven requisite skills, qualifications and working experience for the vacant position indicated bellow.

1.1 CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER -1 POST.

1.1.1 REPORTS: To The Permanent Secretary

1.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Facilitate and promote high quality training programme in Performing and Fine (Visual) Arts.

Promote efficient academic activities related to training, research and consultancy.

Organize and facilitate research based on Institutional academic programmes.

Be Consultant on Institutional academic programmes and all issues related to Tanzanian arts and culture.

Manage, promote and market Institutional art products and services in Local and International markets.

Organize training programmes for staff career development.

Be the principal academic and administrative officer of the Institution.

Plan and develop modern infrastructures and organize training programmes in performing, fine (visual) art and cultural issues for the East African States to meet institutional goals as an East African Center of Excellence.

Organize Ministerial Advisory Board (MAB) activities and be a Secretary to the Board meetings.

Manage organizational resources and promote good relationship with government and other organizations.

Formulate and enforce Institutional policies, by-laws and regulations.

Perform any other related lawful duties as may be assigned by the senior.


1.1.3 TERM OF ENGAGEMENT

Five (5) Years Renewable contract based on outstanding performance.


1.1.4 JOB SUMMARY:

Manage Institutional strategic directions and training programmes in Performing and Fine (Visual) Arts so as to achieve organizational goals.

1.1.5 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

Phd either in theatre, Music, Fine Arts, Film and Television or Dance with an experience of at least five (5) years in training, research and consultancy from any recognized Institution. OR

Masters of Arts either in theatre, Music, Fine Arts, Film and Television or Dance with working experience of at least ten(10) years in training, research and consultancy from any recognized Institution.

Possession of Diploma or Bachelor Degree in Performing and fine (Visual) Arts is an added advantage.

Must have ability to influence, pursued, build, coalition network and ability to stimulate and encourage new ideas and development through motivation and support of Staffs and Students.

Must be Computer literate.

1.1.6 REMUNERATION:

The Position holds an attractive remuneration package in accordance to Salary Scale PTSS 21.

2.0 TANZANIA METEOLOGICAL AGENCY (TMA)

Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA) is under Ministry of Works, Transport and Communication. It was established by the Executive Agency (Amendments) Act No 30 of 1997 and was inaugurated as an Executive Agency on 3rd December, 1999. The Agency is mandated to provide meteorological service to the general public, institutions and individual users of tailor made services for the purpose of maintaining safety and security of people and their properties and support sustainable social economic development.


2.1  PERSONAL SECRETARY II (1 POST)

2.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES;

Perform all secretarial duties including word processing, taking dictations and notes;

Provide office requirement for officers and keep proper office cleanness;

Receive and direct official guests to responsible officer;

Keep and maintains diary of events, appointments, commitment and other information necessary for working;

Draft simple letter and other correspondence of routine nature;

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Respond and takes note of all incoming calls/fax/telex and circulates information to appropriate officers;

Keep records of all files;

Make sure the availability of necessary facilities for proper job performance i.e. Typing papers, computer, erasing ink;

Make trip arrangements, and reservation for the boss; and

Perform any other duties as may be assigned by immediate supervisor.

2.1.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIANCE

National Form IV/VI with secretarial certificate from recognized Institution. Must have passed stage three with 80.W.P.M. Must possess computer application skill in windows, Microsoft Office, Internet, Email and Publisher.


3.0 TANZANIA MEAT BOARD (TMB)


The Tanzania Meat Board (TMB) is an institution under the Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries Development, established under section 9 of the Meat Industry Act No. 10 of 2006. The Tanzania Meat Board is a promotional and regulatory Body which is mandated to reorganize, regulate and coordinate meat industry stakeholders and their activities for the production of high quality meat and meat products.

The Tanzania Meat Board is currently strengthening its secretariat which is responsible for Board’s day to day activities. Therefore the Board invites suitable qualified Tanzanian to submit their applications for the following position:-

3.1 QUALITY ASSURANCE AND CONTROL OFFICER I – 1 POST-(RE-ADVERTISED)

3.1.1  DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Develop, harmonize and upscale technologies and standards as desired by stakeholders and disseminate information on standards to ensure compliance;

In  collaboration  with  relevant  Quality  Control  institutions  and  LGAs  conduct

inspection of meat processing establishments, meat transport vehicles/containers, exit points, selling premises and relevant documents;

In collaboration with relevant Quality Control institutions harmonize national meat quality standards and with International standards;

In collaboration with relevant Quality Control institutions and LGAs conduct inspection of meat and meat products;

Prepare, implement and monitor meat quality assurance and control procedures and guidelines as well as information systems; and

Conduct, coach and monitor training on meat quality assurance and control to the LGAs staff;

3.1.2  QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIANCE

Master’s degree in Animal Science, Meat Science and Technology, Food Science and Technology, Veterinary Science or its equivalent from any recognized institution;

At least three (3) years’ working experience in relevant field;

Should be computer literate.


3.1.3  REMUNIRATION

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

TMSS 8


4.1 THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT TRAINING INSTITUTE

The Local Government Training Institute (LGTI) was established by Act of Parliament No.26 of 1994 as a body corporate. The Institute was established to serve as a practical-oriented professional centre for demand-driven training, research, advisory and consultancy services in the fields of Local Government Finance, Administration and Management. As such, the Institute falls under the subject sector of Business and Management. The said subject sector includes Accountancy; Financial Management, Materials Management, Human Resource Management, Project Planning, Law and related fields.

The aim of the Local Government Training Institute is to improve the performance of the Local Government Authorities (LGAs) and other interested parties through the application of appropriate training, research, consultancy and advisory intervention services. Ultimately, the role of the Institute is to facilitate the processes of decentralization by devolution, good governance, quality service delivery, poverty reduction and promotion of social and economic well being of the people country wide.

4.1 SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCE AND ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER II- 1 POST (RE-ADVERTISED)


4.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Assist in the preparation of Human resource plans. Training and career development programmes.

Assist in reviewing scheme of service, staff regulations conditions of service and incentive packages.

Implement approved Human Resource and Administration policies.

Assist in identifying manpower needs and proper utilization of human resources.

Orient new staff.

Perform other duties assigned by his/her supervisor.

Assist in the preparation of Human resource plans. Training and career development programmes.

Assist in reviewing scheme of service, staff regulations conditions of service and incentive packages.

Implement approved Human Resource and Administration policies.

Assist in identifying manpower needs and proper utilization of human resources.

Orient new staff.

Perform other duties assigned by his/her supervisor.



4.1.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIANCE

Master’s Degree in Public Administration, Public Administration, Human Resource Management or equivalent qualifications from recognized Institution with relevant working experience of at least six (6) years in similar position.

5.0 THE NATIONAL FOOD RESERVE AGENCY (NFRA)

The National Food Reserve Agency (NFRA) was formed from the Strategic Grain Reserve (SGR) with the aim of maintaining a national optimal level of food reserve to address local food shortage and respond to immediate emergency food requirements and to have a well managed business – like agency

5.1 ASSISTANT TECHNICIAN (MECHANICAL) -(2 POSTS)-(RE-ADVERTISED)

5.1.1 Duty station -NFRA Zone offices

5.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Be a weighbridge clerk

Participate in minor repair activities

Participate in servicing of weighbridges;

Assist technicians during maintenance and repair ;

Read and record weights measured at the weighbridge when the truck is empty and again when it is loaded and issue weights tickets;

keep daily record of weights measured at the weighbridge and all trucks loaded

Perform any other related duties as many be assigned to by supervisor.


5.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Form IV Certificate or above with passes in science subjects ,and must have one
year certificate of vocational on mechanical at a recognized training institution
5.1.4 REMUNIRATION

Salary Scale: NFRASS 3


7.0 THE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION (OSHA)

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has certain requirements regarding first aid and CPR preparedness in the workplace. Some OSHA compliance standards require specific types of industry to provide first-aid and CPR training to employees.

7.1. PLANT INSPECTOR II (1 Post)

7.1.1 Duties and Responsibilities

Prepare articles and manuals on Plant  safety

Provide inputs in the preparation of Business plan, Strategic plan and other policy formulation in relation to Plant Safety.

Prepare and submit inspection and other reports timely.

Carry out general walk through workplace inspections for the purpose of the establishing plant compliance status.

Carry out specific Plant Safety inspections and recommend remedial measures for identified problems.

Conduct risk assessment.

Plan and implement specific plant and safety programmes for both workers and management of the inspected plants.

Keep plant inspections reports records.

Provide plant safety consultancy services.

Carry out accidents investigations, prepare a report, analyzing and recommend control measures.

Provide input for plant surveys and researches.

Conduct follow up inspections to ensure corrective measures in plants have been implemented.

Scrutinize and approve drawings and plans for plants.

Review documents from inspected plants.

Recognize, evaluate and control plants mechanical hazards.

Interpret scientific data collected during investigations and recommend appropriate control measures to be taken.

Review existing and current Occupational safety and health literature in relation to Plant Safety.

Appear and participate in court proceedings on the matters regarding to plant safety.

Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by his/her supervisor.

7.1.2 Qualifications and Experiences

Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering or related qualification from a recognized learning Institution

7.1.3 Salary Scale: OSHA 6.1

7.1.4. INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE INSPECTOR II (2 Post)

7.1.5 Duties and Responsibilities

Prepare  articles  and  manuals  on  Occupational  Hygiene  and  Ergonomics safety.

Provide inputs in the preparation of Business plan, Strategic plan and other policy formulation in relation to Occupational Hygiene and Ergonomics Safety.

Prepare and submit inspections and other reports timely.

Carry out general walk through workplace inspections for the purpose of the establishing of compliance status.

Carry out specific Occupational Hygiene and Ergonomics inspections and recommend remedial measures for identified problems.

Carry out work environment measurements (Thermal stress, noise, light, dust, gases, fumes, aerosol, mist, vapour, radiation, indoor air quality, ventilation, efficiency etc.)

Facilitate Occupational Hygiene and Ergonomics training to workers and management of the inspected workplace.

Operate and maintain work environment inspections equipment.

Provide input for and Occupational Hygiene and Ergonomics surveys and researches where need be.

Recognize, evaluate, report and control workplace hazards

Provide input to Public Relations Unit on Occupational Hygiene and Ergonomics issues to be delivered to media, Government agencies, workers and management and other stakeholders.

Interpret scientific data collected during investigations and recommend appropriate control methods

Operate technical equipment for obtaining samples

Conduct follow up inspections to ensure corrective measures have been implemented

Review relevant documents from workplace

Review existing and current Occupational Safety and Health literatures in relation to Hygiene Safety.

Performing any other related duties as may be assigned his/her supervisor.


7.1.6 Qualification and Experience

Bachelor Degree in Environmental Health Sciences, Industrial Hygiene, Environmental engineering, Occupational, Environmental Health or its equivalent from any recognized Institution.

7.1.7 Salary Scale: - OSHA 6.1

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 and telephone numbers.

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

iv. 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

v. Form IV and form VI results slips are strictly not accepted

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

vii. Presentation of forged academic certificates and other information  in the CV will

necessitate to legal action

viii. Applicants current employed in the public service should route their application letters through their respective employers.

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

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

xi. Certificates from foreign examination bodies for ordinary or advanced level education should be certified by The National Examination Council of Tanzania (NECTA)

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

xiii. The attachments shall include one recent passport size photos; certified copies of academic certificates, transcripts and the applicant’s birth certificate. This shall also include submission of certificate or application of registration by VCT or MCT.

xiv. Deadline for application is 20th May, 2016

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


i. All applications must be sent through Recruitment Portal by using the

following address;  http://portal.ajira.go.tz/ (This address can also be found at PSRS Website, Click ‘Recruitment Portal’)

ii. IMPORTANT: REMEMBER TO ATTACH YOUR APPLICATION LETTER. IT

SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO: THE SECRETARY, PRESIDENTS OFFICE PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIET, P.O.BOX 63100, DAR ES SALAAM.

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