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Job Description

THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA

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PRESIDENT’S  OFFICE

PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT

 Government Jobs

Ref. Na EA.7/96/01/D/07                                                                 21st January, 2013

 

 VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT

 

The  Public  Service  Recruitment  Secretariat  was  established  in  accordance  with section No.29 (1) of the Public Service (Amendment) Act No.18 of 2007. One of the main functions  of  this organ  is  to advertise vacant posts  occurring in the Public Service and conduct recruitment process.

On behalf of the Tanzania Tree Seed Agency (TTSA), Business Registrations And Licensing Agency (BRELA), The Copyright Society of Tanzania (COSOTA), Eastern Africa Statistical Training Centre (EASTC), Institute of Social Work (ISW), Institute of Finance Management (IFM), Tanzania Institute of Education (TIE), National Institute for  Productivity  (NIP),  College  of  African  Wildlife   Management  (MWEKA)  and Tanzania  Broadcasting  Corporation  (TBC)  the Public  Service   Recruitment Secretariat invites qualified Tanzanians to fill 43 various vacant posts in the above public institutions as shown below.

 

 This  advert  is  also  found  in  www.ajira.go.tz,  www.utumishi.go.tz, www.pmoralg.go.tz, www.ifm.ac.tz, www.eastc.ac.tz,   www.mwekawildlife.org and www.ttsa.co.tz

 

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.  Deadline for application is 6th February, 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

Public Service Recruitment

OR Katibu

Sekretarieti ya Ajira katika

Secretariat,

P. O. Box 63100

DAR ES SALAAM.

  Utumishi wa Umma

S. L. P 63100,

DAR ES SALAAM.

 

 

1.0    TANZANIA TREE SEED AGENCY (TTSA)

The Agency was established by the Executive Agency Act of 1997. TTSA is a semi autonomous body within the ambit of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism. The aim of  the Agency is to  enhance sustainable supply of  forest products  and environment conservation by producing,  procuring and marketing high quality tree seed  and  other  propagating  materials.  It  operates  through  three  zonal  centers throughout Tanzania namely; Southern and Western Zonal Tree Seed Centre, Eastern and Central Zonal Tree Seed Centre, and Northern Zonal Tree Seed Centre.

 

 

1.1 CHIEF EXECUTIVE – 1 POST –  RE- ADVERTISED

1.1.1      REPORTING:      To    the    Permanent   Secretary    Ministry    of    Natural

Resources and Tourism.

1.1.2      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES

  • Accounting officer and spokesperson of the Agency
  • Prepare and implement Strategic and work plans
  • Prepare budgets, financial statements and reports of the Agency
    • Supervise and monitor implementation of activities and efficient management of the Agency
  • Develops  the  Agency’s  policies
    • Facilitate  liaison/linkages  with  other  relevant  bodies/institutions  to  provide strategic management and advice on the development of the Agency
  • Organise and conduct meetings of the  Ministerial Advisory Body
  • Manage the financial and human resources of the Agency
  • Secretary to the Ministerial Advisory Body

 

 

1.1.3      QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCES

  • Masters  degree  in  Forestry  with  specialisation  in  forest  biology  from  a recognised University.
  • Must have managerial working experience in seed centre for a period of not less than eight (8) years.
  • Preference will be given to candidates who attended courses in tree seed handling, tree improvement and forest botany
  • Must have the ability to lead and make decisions, demonstrate an interest in tree seed matters.
  • An individual with integrity, excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

 

1.1.4      AGE: Should be a Tanzanian aged below 55 years

 

1.1.5      TENURE: Shall hold office for a term of five (5) years or for such period as may be  specified in his instrument of appointment and shall be eligible for re-appointment.

1.1.1  REMUNERATION: Salary scale TGSL

 

 

2.0    THE INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL WORK (ISW)

The Institute of Social Work is one of the institutions of higher learning in Tanzania which was established in 1974 by Act No. 26 of 1973 (as amended by Miscellaneous Act No. 13 of 2002). The Institute is under the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and is located at Kijitonyama in  Dar-es-Salaam. The Institute was established to provide qualified human resources for strengthening social welfare services delivery system in Tanzania. It is accredited with the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) as an institute of higher learning to conduct training programmes in the fields of social work, industrial relations and human resources management.

 

2.1 DEPUTY RECTOR – ACADEMIC, RESEARCH AND CONSULTANCY – RE – ADVERTISED

2.1.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Be responsible to the Rector in respect of such matters of technical education administration and delivery;
  • Facilitate learning (by teaching) of academic programmes in the institution
    • Be  responsible  for  smooth  running  and  development  of  academics  in  the institute,
    • Advise on all matters pertaining to Academics Management, quality control and assurance;
    • Evaluate current progress of academics in the institute and recommending future programmes
    • Recommend appropriate budgets for the Academic directorate
    • Oversee research and consultancy activities at the institute
      • Coordinate the development and establishment of academic programmes and management of academic resources
      • Oversee admission and examination regulations, and
      • Perform any other duties which the Rector may assign

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2.1.2      QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • PhD Degree (NTA Level 10 or equivalent)
  • At least three (3) years at Lecturer level plus three peer reviewed publications
    • A registered professional with at least ten (10) years preferably in Research or Consultancy with Doctoral degree in relevant field; five (5) consultancy/research reports of the academic and professional appreciable depth.

OR

  • Senior Lecturer
  • Masters degree (NTA Level 9 or equivalent
  • At least three (3) years at Lecturer level plus five (5) peer reviewed publications
    • A registered professional with at least twenty (20) years working experience preferably in research/consultancy with Master degree in relevant field; ten (10) consultancy/research  reports  of  the  academic  and  professional  appreciable depth.

2.1.3      REMUNERATION

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

 

 

2.1.4      TENURE OF OFFICE

Director studies of the institute shall hold office for a term of four years and may be re- appointed consecutively for one more term of four (4) years.

 

 

2.2 DEPUTY RECTOR – PLANNING, FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION – RE – ADVERTISED

2.2.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Be responsible to the Rector in respect of such matters of technical education administration and delivery
  • Head directorate of Planning, finance and Administration
  • Supervise and maintain acceptable standards of discipline of staff accordingly.
  • Facilitate learning (by teaching) of academic programmes in the institute.
    • Be   responsible  to   Rector   for   the   general   administration  and   personnel management of the institute
    • Advise Rector on all administrative, legal, personnel and financial matters
      • Be  responsible  for  formulating  accounting  policies  and  procedures  of  the institute, submitting budgets, audited accounts, and
      • Perform any other duties which the Rector may assign

 

 

2.2.2      QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • PhD Degree (NTA Level 10 or equivalent)
    • At  least  three  (3)      years  at  Lecturer  level  plus  three  (3)  peer  reviewed publications

 

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  • A  registered  professional  with  at  least  ten  years  preferably  in  Research  or Consultancy with Doctoral degree in relevant field; five (5) consultancy/research reports of the academic and professional appreciable depth.

OR

  • Senior Lecturer
  • Masters degree (NTA Level 9 or equivalent
  • At least three (3) years at Lecturer level plus five (5) peer reviewed publications
    • A registered professional with at least twenty (20) years working experience preferably in research/consultancy with Master degree in relevant field; ten (10) consultancy/research  reports  of  the  academic  and  professional  appreciable depth.

2.2.3      REMUNERATION

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

 

 

2.2.4      TENURE OF OFFICE

Director of Finance and Administration the institute shall hold office for a term of four

(4) years and may be re-appointed consecutively for one more term of four years.

 

 

2.3 ASSISTANT LECTURER – INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS – 1 POST

2.3.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • To assist  in lecturing and tutorial seminars
    • To work in cooperation with senior member of staff on specific projects such as research and consultancy
    • To supervises students projects
      • Setting examinations, invigilating, marking, and timely production of examination results
      • Prepares teaching materials for tutorials and exercises including case studies
      • To conduct lecture with guide of Senior Lecturer

 

 

2.3.2      QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Masters in Labour Studies or Industrial Sociology, or Industrial Psychology, or Labour  Laws  with  First  or  Upper  second  class  of  not  below  3.5,  from  any recognized Institution.
  • Must be able to demonstrate the capability of teaching, conducting research and consultancy and other duties.
  • Teaching and research experience will be an added advantage.

 

 

2.3.3      REMUNERATION

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

PHTS   8

 

 

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2.4 ASSISTANT LECTURER – HUMAN RESOURCES  MANAGEMENT – 1 POST

2.4.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • To assist  in lecturing and tutorial seminars
    • To work in cooperation with senior member of staff on specific projects such as research and consultancy
    • To supervises students projects
      • Setting examinations, invigilating, marking, and timely production of examination results
      • Prepares teaching materials for tutorials and exercises including case studies
      • To conduct lecture with guide of Senior Lecturer

 

 

2.4.2      QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Masters in Human Resource  with First or Upper second class of not below 3.5, from any recognized Institution.
  • Must be able to demonstrate the capability of teaching, conducting research and consultancy and other duties.
  • Teaching and research experience will be an added advantage.

 

 

2.4.3      REMUNERATION

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

PHTS   8

 

 

2.5 SENIOR OFFICE ASSISTANT GRADE I –  3 POSTS

2.5.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Moves files and documents; and transmits messages within and outside the

Institution

  • Proper arrangements of office equipments
  • To prepare office tea
  • Undertakes packaging, binding, photocopying and related activities;
    • Moves machines, office furniture and equipment, stationery as may be required by supervisors;
    • Prepares and serves tea to senior staff;
      • Collects,  reproduces  and  staples  together,  distributes,  stores  and  disposes materials of various nature as directed
      • To ensure door and window are opened earlier in the morning and properly closed after working hours

 

 

2.5.2      QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Certificate  of  Secondary  Education  with      credit  in  English/  Kiswahili  and mathematics

 

2.5.3      REMUNERATION

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

POSS 7

 

 

2.6 STORE KEEPER  – 1 POST

2.6.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Maintains stores records,
  • Posts receipts and issue transactions in stores accounting documents.
  • Issues receipts and delivery note invoice
  • Taking care of Stores Records
  • Posting Bin cards
  • Issuing Goods Received Note
  • Processing order for material purchase
  • Making requests for quotation
  • Responsible for physical stocks under supervision,
  • Checking stock movement records
    • Conducting physical checks and accounts, receives goods, arrange for physical placements in location and arrangement, packing and delivery

 

 

2.6.2      QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Certificate  of  Secondary  Education  with  a  one  year  Certificate  in  Materials Management  from  recognized  by  NBMM  or  ordinary  diploma  in  Materials management from NBMM with at least three (3) years relevant work experience.

 

2.6.3      REMUNERATION

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

PGSS 7

 

2.7 SENIOR ACCOUNTS ASSISTANT GRADE I – 1 POST

2.7.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Writing payment vouchers and receipts
  • Posting the balancing Cash Books
  • Preparation of monthly scheduled of debtors and creditors
    • Carry out pre-payment examination of invoices, bills and other claims  and  petty accounts
    • To assist in banking correspondences
    • Perform routine accounting tasks, including posting of ledger
    • To make reconciliation of records between the Institute
    • Filling accounting documents
      • Issues receipts and keeps in safe custody all payment vouchers and supporting documents

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 2.7.2      QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Certificate of Secondary Education with NABE 11 or ATEC or its equivalence  or certificate  in  Lower  Government  Accounting  Programme,  with                                                                                          three  years working experience

 

2.7.3      REMUNERATION

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

PGSS 6

 

 

3.0    BUSINESS     REGISTRATIONS     AND     LICENSING     AGENCY (BRELA)

BRELA is a semi-autonomous Executive Agency under the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MIT). It was established under the Government Executive Agency Act No. 30 of 1997, and formally launched on the 3rd December, 1999. The main responsibility of the Agency is to ensure that businesses  operate in accordance with the laid down regulations  and sound commercial  principles. Its  key  functions  are registration of companies, both local and foreign; registration of Business Names;  registration of

Trade and Service Marks; Granting of patents and issuing of industrial licensing.

 

3.1 CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER/ REGISTRAR – RE – ADVERTISED

3.1.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • To direct and supervise the administration of all legislation administered by BRELA  such   as  the  Companies  Act  (Cap  212),  the  Business  Names (Registrations) Act (Cap 213), the Trade and Service Marks Act (Cap 326) RE

2002, Patents Act (Cap 217) RE 2002, the National Industries (Licensing and Registration) Act No. 10 of (1967) and the Business Activities Registration Act (BARA) of 2007.

  • To develop well focused vision and mission as would be approved by the

Ministerial Advisory Board.(MAB)

  • To  planning,  organize,  co-coordinate,  monitor,  control  and  evaluate  the implementation  of  BRELA  policies  and  operations  in  order  to  achieve  the agency’s  strategic  goals  and  objectives.
  • To effectively create and promote BRELA positive image.
    • To oversee the preparation and review of BRELA budget and to ensure its effective implementation control as approved by the Ministerial Advisory Board.
  • To be responsible for Coordination and preparation of Strategic and Business

Plans and submit to the Ministerial Advisory Board (MAB).

  • To keep the ministerial Advisory Board being regularly informed any important matter that has a bearing on the functions of the agency.
  • As an Accounting Officer to be responsible for implementation   of   all   agency’s

policies.

  • To Authorize all payments whether of  capital  or revenue nature to ensure efficient and effective mobilization and utilization of resources
  • To  report  to  the  Ministerial  Advisory  Board  on  the  Agency’s  performance
    • Directing  and  ensuring  that  annual  reports  and  statement  of  accounts  are submitted to the Ministerial Advisory Board.
    • To formulate policies and strategies aimed at improving revenue collection for the agency
  • To promote an understanding of the activities of BRELA and how it operates
  • To provide legal advice to the Ministry and Government in general.
    • To represent the Government in various International, Regional and bilateral meetings.
  • To attend in Courts of Law in matters relating to the administration of various

Laws

  • To develop individual objectives/targets and performance standards as part of the  individual  performance  agreement  in  consultation  with  the  immediate Superior
  • To preside over the opposition proceedings on Trade and Service Marks and

Patents.

  • To  perform  any  other  related  duties  assigned  from  time  to  time  by  the

Government and any other state Organs.

 

 

3.1.2      QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • LLB and Masters Degree in Business Administration or equivalent qualification with working experience of not less than 12 years in the relevant field of which at least five (5) years in Managerial position. In addition, she/he is required to have strong conceptual and strategic  ability and extensive administrative and supervisory experience.
  • Strong human resource management skills and preferred strong background in organisational  change,  strategic  planning,  management  and  provide  strong leadership in a changing environment.
  • Advanced computer skills and good interpersonal skills is an added advantage

 

3.1.3      TENURE

In accordance with section 9A (1) of the Executive Agency Act No. 30 of 1997(RE

2009). “The  Chief  Executive  officer  shall  hold  office  for  a  period  of  five  (5)  years  or  for

any other period not exceeding five (5) as may be specified in an instrument of his appointment and shall be eligible for re-appointment”.

 

3.1.4      REMUNERATION

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

 

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4.0    EASTERN AFRICA STATISTICAL TRAINING CENTRE (EASTC) The  Eastern  Africa  Statistical  Training Centre  is  an  Executive  Agency under the Ministry of Finance.  It was established under Act No 30 of 1997 and it was officially launched on May, 2002. EASTC is  operating as a semi autonomous institution in providing a quality education in the field of Official Statistics for eighteen Eastern and Southern African  Countries.  EASTC  is  accredited by NACTE  as  an  Institution of Higher Learning Institute, mandated to conduct Training, Research and Consultancy in Official Statistics.

 

 

4.1 DEPUTY RECTOR PLANNING, FINANCE AND  ADMINISTRATION  – RE – ADVERTISED

4.1.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Head directorate of Planning, Finance & Administration;
  • Supervise and maintain acceptable standards of discipline of staff accordingly;
  • Facilitate learning (by teaching) of academic programmes in the EASTC;
  • Be the recorder to the Ministerial Advisory Board;
    • Be   responsible  to   Rector   for   the   general   administration  and   personnel management of the EASTC;
    • Advise the Rector for the general administration and personnel management of the EASTC;
    • Advise the Rector on all legal, and financial matters;
      • Be responsible for formulation and monitoring of implementation of accounting policies and procedures of the EASTC;
      • Be responsible for submitting budgets, audited accounts on time; and
      • Performs any other official duties which the Rector may assign.

 

 

4.1.2      QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • PhD holder either in Planning, Finance, Economics or Business.
    • Must also be a person with outstanding academic and administrative experience and capability in the area of technical education and training.

 

 

4.1.3      TENURE OF OFFICE

A Deputy Rector Planning, finance and Administration shall hold office for a term of four (4) years and may be re-appointed consecutively for one more term of four years upon successful completion of the first term.

 

 

4.1.4      REMUNERATION

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

 

 

5.0    THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR PRODUCTIVITY (NIP)

The National Institute for Productivity was established by The Public Corporations Act, No. 17 of 1969.

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5.1 DIRECTOR         OF        MANAGEMENT         TRAINING,         RESEARCH         AND CONSULTANCY – 1 POST – RE – ADVERTISED

5.1.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Directly responsible to the Managing Director
  • Head of the Directorate of Management Training, Research and Consultancy
  • Overall in charge of all training, Research and Consultancy matters
    • Formulation   and    Implementation   of    training   plans,    programmes   and consultancy
  • Guides and controls training, research and consultancy assignments
  • Negotiates terms and conditions of training and consultancy assignments
  • Preparation and achievement of directorate annual budget
  • Coordinates interdisciplinary training, research and consultancy assignments
  • Prepares and submits accurate and timely periodical management reports
    • Reviews  and  implements  professional  code  of  conduct  and  training  and consultancy guidelines

 

 

5.1.2      QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Masters degree or Post Graduate Diploma in either Management, Business Administration,      Commerce,  Computer                              Science,         Economics,                  Engineering, Marketing, Accountancy or Finance
  • PhD will be an added advantage
    • Must have at least five (5) years relevant working experience in management training/consultancy  or  research  activities  at  a  senior  level  in  recognised business, consulting institution or organisation.

 

 

5.1.3      REMUNERATION

Salary Scale PRSS 3/NIP 15 and attractive fringe benefits

 

 

6.0    THE COPYRIGHT SOCIETY OF TANZANIA (COSOTA)

The  Copyright  Society  of  Tanzania  (COSOTA)  is  a  statutory  body  corporate established under Section 46 of the Copyright and Neighboring Rights Act 1999 (Act No. 7 of 1999, RE 218 of 2002) in order to protect, defend and promote the interests of  authors,  performers,  translators,  producers  of  sound  recordings,  broadcasters, publishers and in particular to collect and distribute  any remuneration accrued from users of copyrighted works on commercial basis.

 

 

The ultimate goal of the society is to improve the economic and social welfare of creators. COSOTA is a full member of the International confederation of Societies of

Authors and Composers (CISAC) which comprises over 250 societies.

 

6.1 COPYRIGHT LICENSING OFFICER GRADE II  - 1 POST

6.1.1      PURPOSES AND SCOPE

The Copyright Licensing Officer is the main advisor and assistant to the Principal

Copyright Licensing Officer on copyright licensing and ant-piracy issues.

6.1.2      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • To negotiate with users of copyrighted works, assess tariff rates,
    • To issue licenses and collect royalties from users of copyrighted works at various premises in the country.
    • To assess and invoice existing licenses from year to year.
      • To control and service COSOTA inspectorate staff on licensing and anti-piracy activities,
      • To publicize COSOTA activities.

 

 

6.1.3      QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • University Degree in Law (LLB), Business Administration or its equivalent from a recognized University.
  • Working experience with a reputable organization for not less than 1 year.
  • Practical knowledge of the public performance, music industry and broadcasting.
  • Must be computer literate

 

 

6.1.4      REMUNERATION

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

 

 

6.2  SENIOR SUPPLIES OFFICER GRADE II – 1 POST

6.2.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Maintaining records in store ware house
  • Receiving goods and recording them in Tall cards, Bin cards and registers
  • Inspection of goods,
  • Issuing and dispatching goods
  • Planning layout of ware house store
  • Ensuring goods received are correct in quantity and specification,
  • Stock checking and reconciliation,
  • Preparing reports on stock holdings and stock levels,
  • Preparation of estimates of stores requirements monthly, quarterly and annually
  • Make purchasing arrangements with relevant firms/shops
  • Perform any other duties assigned by his/her senior staff.

 

 

6.2.2      QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Advanced   Diploma   in   Business  Administration   with   a    major   in   Materials

Management or National Materials Management Diploma Part II

  • One year working experience in a reputable organization
  • Must be computer literate

 

6.2.3      REMUNERATION

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

 

 

 

 

 

7.0    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).

 

 

7.1 CURRICULUM COORDINATOR GRADE I – HISTORY – 1 POST

7.1.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develops and tries out instructional materials.
  • Conducts in-service courses and seminars for tutors and teachers.
    • Participates in research, monitoring and  evaluation  of  curriculum and in other educational activities.
    • Participates in the provision of consultancy services in education.
    • Writes academic papers and other publications.
    • Performs any other duties as may be assigned by immediate supervisor.

 

 

 

7.1.2      QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor’s   degree   (Hons)   in   education   with   History   featuring   as one of the core subjects of specialisation.

 

 

7.1.3      REMUNERATION

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

5 -7.

 

 

7.2 SENIOR CURRICULUM COORDINATOR GRADE II – PRIMARY SCIENCE 1

POST AND CIVICS SPECIALISTS – 1 POST

7.2.1       DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Designs and develops curriculum for schools and colleges.
  • Tries out developed school and college curriculum.
  • Assists in providing consultancy services.
  • Writes academic papers and other publications.
  • Supports and liaises with the subject association where it exists.
  • Organises and conducts seminars for tutors, teachers and other stakeholders.
    • Designs  and  participates  in  educational  research  related  to  the  subject  of specialization.
    • Performs any other duties as may be assigned by immediate supervisor.

 

7.3 DUTIES      AND      RESPONSIBILITIES       -     EDUCATIONAL       MEDIA      AND TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST – 1 POST

  • Designs  and  develops  multimedia  teaching  and  learning  materials  for  use  in

schools and teacher colleges;

  • Plans  for  and  undertakes  application  of  electronic  systems  for  effective  and efficient delivery of education to schools and teacher colleges;
  • Participates  in  the  updating  of  educational  information  on  the  Institute’s  website;;
    • Designs and or recommends educational technologies to be used in curriculum development and implementation.

 

 

7.3.1      QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Master’s   degree   in   the   area   or   subject   of   specialisation   given   in   (a)   above   with   a  minimum of three (3) years of post qualification experience in teaching or working in a related education field.
  • Applicants  for  the  position  of  “Primary  Science”  must  have  studied  at  least  two (2)

of   the   physical   science   subjects  namely   physics,   chemistry,   biology   and mathematics.

 

7.3.2      REMUNERATION

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

8 -9.

 

 

 

7.4 PRINCIPAL CURRICULUM COORDINATOR GRADE II – GEOGRAPHY – 1

POST

7.4.1      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.
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7.4.2      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.

7.4.3      REMUNERATION

Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institution’s  salary  scale  PTH13 – 14.

 

 

 

7.5 SENIOR COMPUTER TECHNICIAN GRADE II

7.5.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Carries  out  specified  routine  technical  tasks  which  require  a  high  degree  of technical knowledge and skills in computer applications and maintenance.
  • Implements  specified maintenance  plans for  laboratory,  workshop  and  various types of office equipment including computers and accessories.
  • Implements  specified  technical  plans  and  designs  connected  with  research, consultancy, office, laboratory and workshop operations.
  • Performs any other duties as may be assigned by immediate supervisor

 

 

7.5.2      QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Ordinary Diploma in Computer Engineering, DSLT or equivalent qualifications from a recognised institution with at least three years of working experience in a similar position or in a related field.

 

 

7.5.3      REMUNERATION

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

8 – 9.

 

 

7.6 SENIOR GRAPHIC ARTIST GRADE II

7.6.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Formulates appropriate illustrations in various publications.
    • Designs  lettering  for  captions,  titles,  advertisements,  and  special  educational programmes.
    • Formulates publications designs and sketches for approval.
    • Performs such other duties as may be assigned by immediate supervisor.

 

 

7.6.2      QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Ordinary Diploma in Graphic Arts from a recognised institution with at least five years of working experience in a similar position.

 

7.6.3      REMUNERATION

Attractive  remuneration  package  in  accordance  with  the  Institution’s   salary   scale  PTSS 6 -7.

 

8.0    INSTITUTE OF FINANCE MANAGEMENT (IFM)

The Institute of Finance Management was established by Act No. 3 of 1972 to provide training, research and consultancy services in the fields of banking, insurance, social protection, taxation, accountancy and related disciplines.

 

 

8.1 DIRECTOR OF FINANCE – 1 POST – RE – ADVERTISED

8.1.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • In-charge of the directorate;
    • Advises  the  Rector  through  the  Deputy  Rector  –  Planning,  Finance  and Administration   (DR-PFA)  on  all  matters  pertaining  to  the  sound  financial management;
    • Coordinates the preparation and collation of the annual budget of the Institute;
    • Oversees conduct of the financial business and affairs of the Institute;
      • Directs and supervises the preparation of periodical financial reports and ensures that they are submitted to the appropriate authorities on time as per regulations;
      • Ensures timely audit of the Institute financial statements;
      • Follows up on availability of funds from respective organs;
        • Monitors  adherence  of  warrant  holders  to  financial  policies,  regulations  and procedures;

 

 

8.1.2      QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Masters degree in Finance, Accounting or any other relevant field, CPA (T) or equivalent  qualifications and must be registered with NBAA in the category of Certified Public Accountant  or CPAPP and having an experience of at least 8 years at a senior managerial position in a reputable organization.

8.1.3      REMUNERATION

  • Salary scale PGSS 21 plus other remunerations such as transport, free housing, utilities, airtime etc.

 

 

8.2 ASSISTANT LECTURER – 3 POSTS – RE – ADVERTISED

-    Mathematics (1),

-    Communication Skills (2)

 

8.2.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Conducts lectures, research, tutorial seminars ;
  • Prepares case studies ;
    • Works in cooperation with senior members of staff on specific projects such as research and consultancy;
  • Supervises  students’  projects.

 

 

8.2.2      QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Master’s   degree   in   relevant   field   of   study   from   recognized   higher   learning

institutions with first degree of minimum of a GPA of 3.8.

 

 

8.2.3      REMUNERATION

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

PHTS 8 – 9 and  other  fringe  benefits  as  per  Institute’s  incentive  scheme.

 

8.3 ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN – 1 POST

8.3.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Undertaking cataloguing and classification
  • Indexes and abstracts research materials
  • Conducts library orientation to new students
  • Conducts research on library activities and consultancy
  • Arranges for acquisition of Library material

 

 

8.3.2      QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Master’s   degree   in   Library  and  Information  Science  from  recognised  higher learning institutions.

 

8.3.3        REMUNERATION

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

PHTS 8 – 9 and  other  fringe  benefits  as  per  Institute’s  incentive  scheme.

 

 

8.4 SENIOR ACCOUNTANT GRADE I – 1 POST – RE – ADVERTISED

8.4.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • May head a section such as Revenue, Expenditure, Budget, Final Accounts and Salaries if appointed;
  • Supervises staff in the respective section or sub-section;
  • Authorizes payments;
    • Prepares   periodicals   and/annual   financial    statement   of    revenue    and expenditures;
  • Prepares monthly trial balances and bank reconciliation statement.

 

 

8.4.2      QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • CPA (T)/CCA and relevant Master Degree from recognized higher learning institutions with at least five (5) years post qualification work experience.
  • Must be registered by NBAA as a Certified Public Accountant/Auditor.

 

 

8.4.3      REMUNERATION

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

PGSS 17/18 and other  fringe  benefits  as  per  Institute’s  incentive  scheme.

 

 

9.0    NGORONGORO CONSERVATION AREA (NCA)

NCA was established in 1959 by the Ngorongoro Conservation Area Ordinance No

413 of 1959 as a multiple land use area, designated to promote the conservation of natural resources, safeguard the interests of NCA indigenous residents and promote tourism. NCA is a unique protected area in the whole of Africa where conservation of natural resources in integrated with human development.

 

9.1 CONSERVATOR OF NGORONGORO – 1 POST

9.1.1      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • The Conservator is the Chief spokesman and Representative of the Authority.
  • Formulates and recommends corporate policies, strategies and plans to the

Board of Directors.

  • Directs   the   preparation   of   the   Authority’s   budget   and   submit   the   same   to   the

Board of Directors for approval.

  • Controls  the  finance  of  the  Authority  and  submits  Accounts  and  Financial

Statements regularly to the Board for approval

  • Maintains  good  working  relationship  with  the  Government  organs,  Donor agencies, International Organisation
  • Maintains high-level policy dialogue with all stakeholders of the Authority
  • Manages relationship with the communities through the Ngorongoro Pastoral

Council

  • Oversees  the  development  of  the  Ngorongoro  Conservation  Area  Policies, System  and   procedures  related  to  Human  Resources,  Procurement  and material resources

 

 

9.1.2      QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Masters of Science Degree in Natural Sciences or Environmental Conservation, Tourism or Community Development

 

 

9.1.3      REMUNERATION

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

17 (NCAA Salary grade). A  fringe  benefit  as  per  Institute’s   incentive scheme includes free housing, transport, and medical services.

 

 

10.0  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.

 

 

10.1 SENIOR TECHNICIAN GRADE II – 1 POST

10.1.1    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Supervise technical operations, servicing and maintenance work,
  • Ensure proper maintenance of all equipment at his/her workplace,
  • Carry out maintenance, servicing and operation of technical equipment,
  • Calibrate and align broadcasting equipment and tools,
    • Carry  out  more  complex  operations  and  servicing  of  electronic/electrical equipment in broadcasting house, transmitting station and ENG/EFP van,
  • Deal with microwave and satellite links,
  • Maintain and service intercommunication systems,
  • Provide advice to supervisor on duties of technicians,
  • Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.

 

 

10.1.2    QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Diploma in Electronics, Telecommunications or its equivalent from a recognised Institution  with   seven  (7)  years    working  experience  in  a  reputable organisation. Computer skills are essential.

 

 

10.1.3    REMUNERATION

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

PGSS 10.

 

 

10.2 PRODUCER GRADE II  -  1 POST

10.2.1    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist in undertaking production of television programmes
  • Assist in production of radio programmes, drama, light entertainment
  • Selection and production of music programmes
  • Assist in production of  education development programmes ,
    • Participate  in  talk  shows/documentaries/magazine,  religious  programmes, sports etc.
  • Scheduling routine programmes

 

10.2.2    QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor  Degree    or  Advanced  Diploma  in  Mass  Communication,  Social Sciences,   TV/Radio/Film  Production  or  its  equivalent  from  a  recognised Institution. Computer skills are essential.

 

 

10.2.3    REMUNERATION

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

PGSS 10.

 

 

10.3 JOURNALIST GRADE II – 2 POSTS

10.3.1    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Gathers and writes news and stories,
    • Writes scripts and continuities and prepares programmes for radio and television products,
    • Collects, reports and comments on news and current affairs for broadcasting by radio or television,
    • Interviews politicians and other public figures at press conferences and on occasions, including individual interviews recorded for radio or television,
    • Writes editorials and selects, revises, arranges and edits submitted articles and other materials for broadcasting on radio or television,
    • Writes advertising copy promoting particular products or services,
      • Selects, assembles and prepares publicity materials about business or other organizations for being broadcast through radio, television or other media,
      • Provides professional and technical support to other junior reporters/journalists,
    • Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by Supervisor.

 

 

10.3.2    QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor Degree or Advanced Diploma in Journalism, Mass Communication, TV/Film        Production    from    a                 recognized   Institution.                      Knowledge in                    word processing, graphics, photographing, photo-editing and video shooting is an added advantage. Computer skills are essential.

 

 

10.3.3    REMUNERATION

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

PGSS 10.

 

 

10.4 SENIOR MARKETING OFFICER GRADE II –  1 POST

10.4.1    QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor   Degree    in    Commerce   or    Advanced     Diploma   in    Business

Administration, Marketing, Economics/Economic Planning or its equivalent a recognized  Institution  with  5   years   working   experience  in  a  reputable organization. Computer skills are essential.

 

 

10.4.2    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Designing TBC promos for printing and for the electronic media.
  • Promote Sponsorship of Programmes
  • Seeking for advertising revenue
  • Provide marketing information for TBC services
  • Prepare various marketing periodic reports
  • Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.

 

 

10.4.3    REMUNERATION

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

PGSS 14.

 

 

10.5 ICT OFFICER GRADE II  - 1 POST

10.5.1    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Initiates development of information systems,
  • Assists in setting up and maintains servers, workstations and peripherals
  • Carries out system back-up and periodically tests recovery procedures.
  • Appraises the supervisor on release of updates and software,
  • Assists in providing IT support services to users,
  • Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.

 

 

10.5.2    QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor Degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Electronics or its equivalent from a recognised Institution.

 

 

10.5.3    REMUNERATION

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

PGSS 11.

 

 

10.6 GRAPHIC DESIGNER AND ASSISTANT IT OFFICER                   GRADE I        -    1

POST

10.6.1    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.

 

10.6.2    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.

 

 

10.6.3    REMUNERATION

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

PGSS 7.

 

10.7 LIBRARIAN II             –  1 POST

10.7.1    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Maintains catalogue and undertakes classification of the books, journals, reprints, periodicals and archive materials of TV and Radio according to agreed classification,
  • Provides information requested by library users,
  • Issue reminders to those with overdue library materials,
  • Responsible for compiling TBC journals and newsletters,
    • Custodian of all books, periodicals and other documents including CD-ROM, films, tapes and other electronic systems,
    • Liaise with heads of departments, sections, and units regarding procurement of library materials,
    • Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.

 

 

10.7.2    QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor Degree or Advanced Diploma in Librarianship or its equivalent from a recognised Institution.
  • Computer skills are essential.

 

 

10.7.3    REMUNERATION

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

PGSS 10.

 

 

10.8 SENIOR ENGINEER II –  1 POST

10.8.1    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Carry out technical operations, servicing and maintenance of Radio and

Television equipments,

  • Carry out major maintenance of technical equipment,
  • Safeguard all equipment and tools in duty area,
  • Participate and Supervise new installation
  • Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.

 

10.8.2    QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor  Degree  (BSc)  in  Telecommunications/Electrical/Electronic  or  its equivalent   from   a  recognised  Institution  and  must  be  registered  by  the Engineering Professional Board with 5 years relevant working experience in a reputable Organization.

 

 

10.8.3    REMUNERATION

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

PGSS 15.

 

 

10.9 SOUNDMAN – 1 POST

10.9.1    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.

 

 

10.9.2    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.

 

 

10.9.3    REMUNERATION

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

PGSS 5.

 

 

10.10           DRIVER GRADE II – 2 POSTS

10.10.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Drive  Corporation’s  vehicles  towards  approved  destinations  and  in  accordance

with traffic regulations,

  • Undertake minor mechanical repairs,
    • Take vehicles due for routine maintenance/repair to the appointed service agents,
  • Maintain motor vehicle log books,
  • Make pre-inspection to the assigned vehicle at all times,
    • Ensure that valid documents and permits are acquired prior commencement of any journey
  • Report promptly accidents or incidents involving the vehicles to the relevant authority,
  • Ensure that the vehicle assigned to him/her is maintained, serviced regularly and kept clean,
  • Maintain a logbook and record all movements as instructed,
  • Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.

 

 

10.10.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Certificate of Secondary Education with passed in Kiswahili and English, Must have a valid class C driving licence and Trade Test Grade III from a recognized Institution with driving experience of 2 years with accident free record.

 

 

10.10.3 REMUNERATION

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

POSS 5.

 

10.11           SECURITY GUARD GRADE II – 1 POST

10.11.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Guards TBC properties,
  • Checks properties taken in and out of the gate against valid documents,
  • Reports security breaches and suspicious circumstances,
  • Keeps accurate records of visitors and incoming and outgoing vehicles,
  • Prepares and submit security report at the end of guard duty,
  • Takes appropriate action in case of fire and other emergencies,
  • Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.

 

10.11.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Form IV/VI Secondary Education Certificate with pass in English and Kiswahili with training in  Military, Police, National Service or Fire Fighting skills with 5 years  relevant  working  experience  in  a  reputable  organization.  Must  have criminal free record.

 

10.11.3 REMUNERATION

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

POSS 8.

 

11.0  COLLEGE OF AFRICAN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT, MWEKA

The College of African Wildlife Management – Mweka was established by an Act of College  of   African  Wildlife  Management   No.  8  of   1964.  The  college  offers programmmes in Wildlife Management, Wildlife Tourism and Tourism Hunting.

11.1    RECTOR/PRINCIPAL –1 POST  -  READVERTISED

11.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES

  • Be the accounting officer and spokesperson of the College
  • Facilitating learning (by teaching) of academic programmes in the College
  • Be the Principal Academic Officer of the College
  • Secretary to the Governing Body.
    • Be responsible to the Governing Body for the implementation of the decisions of the Governing Body.
  • Administrate  the  enforcement  of  by  laws  and  regulations  made  by  the

Governing Body.

  • Be responsible for formulation and implementation of policies to enhance the academic excellence of the College
  • Promote  good  relations  with  the  stakeholders  of  the  College  including  the

Government and other organisations

  • Be responsible for promoting efficiency in the academic activities related to training, research and consultancy

 

11.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCES

  • PhD  in  Wildlife  Management,    Wildlife  Tourism,  Tourism  Training  or  any relevant field of study and be eligible for registration as technical teacher
  • He / She should be at least an Associate Professor from recognised higher learning institutions.
  • He / She must possess at least ten (10) years working experience in a senior managerial position in any reputable academic institution
  • Must have published at least ten (10) peer reviewed papers and must have published at least twenty consultancies/research reports of the academic and professional appreciable depth in relevant field
  • Proven ability to develop and coordinate the implementation of an academic vision for an institution of higher learning
  • A person possessing ability to influence, persuade, build coalitions, networks and ability to  stimulate and encourage new ideas and development through motivation and support of staff and students

 

11.1.3 TENURE: Shall hold office for a term of five (5) years and may be re-appointed consecutively for one more term of five years.

 

11.1.4 REMUNERATION:

Salary scale PHTS 21 plus 15%

 

11.1.5 AGE LIMIT: Not above 55 years

 

 

How to Apply

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

 

Secretary

Public Service Recruitment

OR

Katibu

Sekretarieti ya Ajira katika

Secretariat,

P. O. Box 63100

DAR ES SALAAM.

 

Utumishi wa Umma

S. L. P 63100,

DAR ES SALAAM.

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