NAFASI ZA KAZI

THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA
PRESIDENT’S OFFICE
PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT
Ref. Na EA.7/96/01/H/23 2nd January, 2015
VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT
On behalf of Tanzania Warehouse Licensing Board, The Marine Parks and
Reserves Authority, Water Development and Management Institute (WDMI), Institute
of Judicial Administration Lushoto (IJA), Institute of Finance Management (IFM),
Tanzania Fisheries Research Institute (TAFIRI), University of Dar Es Salaam
(UDSM), Taasisi ya Sanaa na Utamaduni Bagamoyo (TASUBA), Tanzania Public
service College (TPSC), College of Business Education (CBE), Registration,
Insolvency and Trusteeship Agency (RITA), Weights and Measures Agency (WMA),
The government Procurement Services Agency (GPSA), College of African Wildlife
Management (MWEKA), Tanzania Library Services Board (TLSB), Ardhi University,
The Muhimbili Orthopaedic Institute (MOI), Tanzania Automotive Technology Centre
(NYUMBU), Geological Survey of Tanzania (GST), Tanzania Buildings Agency
(TBA), Tanzania Engineering and Manufacturing Design Organization
(TEMDO), Procurement and Supplies Professionals and Technicians Board
(PSPTB), Tanzania Tobacco Board (TTB), The Institute of Social Work (ISW),
Arusha Technical College (ATC) Public Service Recruitment Secretariat invites
qualified Tanzanians to fill 149 vacant posts in the above Public Institution.
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 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 examination bodies for ordinary or advanced level education should be certified by The National Examination Council of Tanzania (NECTA)
xiv. Certificates from foreign Universities should be verified by The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU)
xv. Deadline for application is 16th January, 2015 at 3:30 p.m
xvi. Applicants with special needs/case (disability) are supposed to indicate
xvii. Women are highly encouraged to apply
xviii. Only short listed candidates will be informed on a date for interview
xix. Application letters should be written in Swahili or English
APPLICATION LETTERS SHOULD BE POSTED TO THE FOLLOWING ADDRESS. HAND DELIVERY IS NOT ACCEPTABLE:
Secretary OR Katibu
Public Service Recruitment Sekretarieti ya Ajira katika
Secretariat, Utumishi wa Umma
P. O. Box 63100 S. L. P 63100,
DAR ES SALAAM. DAR ES SALAAM.
1.0 TANZANIA WAREHOUSE LICENSING BOARD
The Tanzania Warehouse Licensing Board was established following the enactment of Warehouse Receipt Act. No.10 of 2005 by the Parliament of the United Republic of Tanzania. The objectives of the Board is to lead organization of commodity procedures to formal commodity marketing and credit through the Warehouse Receipt System, to attract more smallholders producer, large scale farmers and local processors to join the system and thereby linked to buyers or consumers of commodity. The Board Chairman invites applications from qualified Tanzanian citizens to fill the vacant post in the Tanzania Warehouse Licensing Board as follows:-
1.1.1 MANAGING DIRECTOR
1.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 The Managing Director will coordinate the implementation of all activities of the Board as per its vision, mission and strategic plan are achieved;
 He /she will be the overall in charge of the Tanzania Warehouse Licensing Board (TWLB) day- to-day activities / operations;
 He / She will be Secretary to the Board of Directors;
 He/she will prepare TWLB progress and financial reports to be submitted to the Board according to laid down regulations and procedures;
 He/she will efficiently and effectively manage funds and all assets of the Board in accordance to laid down procedures;
 He/she will ensure that the Board initiatives and plans are implemented according to Government policies, strategies, regulations and directives;
 He/she will effectively manage and develop human resources;
 He/she will enter into contracts on behalf of the Board with prior approval of the Board of Directors.
1.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS
 Master’s Degree either in Economics, Business Administration/Commerce or Agri-business;
 10 years of working experience in a senior managerial position in public or reputable private organizations;
 Aged between 40 -50 years;
 Language fluency in both spoken and written Kiswahili and English;
 Strong organizational, managerial and good inter-personal skills with ability to delegate, train, develop and motivate staff;
 A strong and good background in the field of agribusiness, trade, and marketing of traditional and nontraditional commercial crops; and
 Must be Computer literate.
 A PhD will be an added advantage
1.1.4 SALARY SCALE: WRGSS 14
2.0 THE COOPERATIVE AUDIT AND SUPERVISION CORPORATION (COASCO)
The cooperative Audit and Supervision Corporation (COASCO) is a public organization which was established under the Parliament Act No. 15 OF 1982. The main objective of establishing the Corporation is to provide Auditing and supervision service to cooperative societies in Tanzania Mainland until 2005 when the law was emended to allow COASCO to provide Auditing and Consultancy services to include Non Cooperative entities. COASCO has 15 regional offices in Arusha, Mara, Kagera, Mwanza, Mbeya, Iringa, Dar es Salaam, Mtwara, Dodoma,Ruvuma, Kilimanjaro, Tabora, Shinyanga, Morogoro and Tanga with Headquarter in Dodoma.
2.1.1 DIRECTOR GENERAL
2.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Responsible to the Board of Directors for the management of the day to day affairs of the Corporation
 Responsible for overall development of the Corporation with regard to planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling of Corporation activities.
 Chief Executive of the Corporation
 Chief Spokesman of the Corporation
 Accounting Officer of the Corporation
 Secretary to the Board of Directors and
 Evaluates performance of the Corporation
2.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Possession of highest accounting professional qualification like CPA (T), ACCA or equivalent with Master’s Degree either in Business Administration, Co-operative and Community Development, Business Management, Finance, Statistics, Computer Science, Engineering or equivalent.
 Practical Working experience with co-operative organizations and /or knowledge of co-operative business is essential.
 Must be registered with NBAA as Associate or Fellow Certified Public Accountant in Public Practice, with at least ten years experience in Accounting, Banking, Consultancy, Research or Auditing in a Senior Managerial position in large organization.
 Not above 45 years
2.1.4 SCOPE OF WORK
Provide enlist support to the Board of Directors in the overall function of the Corporation by strategically planning, coordinating, organizing, directing and leading the corporation to ensure that it achieves its corporate goals. The Director General is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the corporation and shall be overall manager of the day to day activities of the Corporation. As a CEO is responsible for maintaining the strategic direction of the corporation and shall ensure that the Vision and Mission of the corporation are always achieved.
2.1.5 REMUNERATION
 According to COASCO salary scales (i.e. COASS 15), other fringe benefits will be given to the right candidates in accordance with the existing policies of the Corporation.
3.0 THE MARINE PARKS AND RESERVES AUTHORITY
The Marine Parks and Reserves Authority was established under the Marine Parks and reserve Act Number 29 of 1994, It is Managed by the board of Trustees whose role is to oversee the management and administration of marine parks and reserves to ensure sustainable use of the marine resources. The Marine Parks and Reserves Authority currently manages: a. Dar Marine Reserves - located in Dar es Salaam region. Four marine DSM reserves, Bongoyo Island Marine Reserve Mbudya Island Marine Reserve Pangavini Island Marine Reserve Funguyasini Marine Reserve b. Maziwi Island Marine Reserves - located in Pangani district (Tanga region). c. Mafia Island Marine Park -
located in Coast Region. d. Mnazi Bay - Ruvuma Estuary Marine Park (MREMP) located in Mtwara Region. e. Transfrontier Conservation Area encompassing (TFCA) Southern Regions and areas bordering Lake Nyasa in the countries like Malawi and Zambia
3.1 BOATMAN GRADE II - 1 POST
3.1.1 DUTY STATION: MNAZI BAY RUVUMA ESTUARY MARINE PARK - MTWARA
3.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Maintenance of sea going facilities and equipment’s including boat, diving and swimming gears, engine and radio.
 Pilot navigation patrol boats and other sea going vessels.
 Participate in Marine Conservation based operations.
 Day to day patrol activities, including SCUBA diving.
 Perform any other duties assigned by the Warden In-charge.
3.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Form IV or VI certificate of Secondary education with training certificate of not less than 1 year in fisheries studies or maritime studies or equivalent from a recognized institution and a working experience of not less than 3 years.
3.1.4 SALARY SCALE: PGSS 6
3.1.5 MARINE WARDEN GRADE IV – TOURISM – 1 POST
3.1.6 DUTY STATION:TANGA COELACANTH MARINE PARK – TANGA
3.1.7 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 Promote marine/wildlife conservation, environmental awareness and cultural sensitivity
 Develop codes of conduct or tourists and tour operators (Regulations and safety).
 Develop interpretative( nature terrestrial and underwater trails and installation of permanent mooring buoys in all marine protected areas, writing policy papers for presentation to the Board of Trustees.
 Ensure that harmonization of public and private sectors; and local community interests are actively pursued so that these key stakeholders on tourism can equitably share their responsibilities and benefits of the tourism trade conducted in marine protected areas.
 Perform any other duties assigned by the Warden In charge.
3.1.8 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor degree in tourism and anthropology, Masters Degree will be an added advantage.
 Computer literacy
3.1.9 SALARY SCALE: PGSS 9
3.1.10 PARK RANGER GRADE IV – 1 POST
3.1.11 DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM MARINE RESERVES SYSTEMS – DAR ES SALAAM
3.1.12 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 Responsible for enforcement of Board of Trustee for Marine Parks and Reserves Unit & Reserves regulations.
 Assists in liaison with local communities on enforcement of Marine facilitate patrol logistics.
 Assist in the prosecution process.
 Perform any other duties assigned by the Officer In-charge.
3.1.13 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Diploma either in Marine Sciences; Fisheries or Law from a recognized institution or Member from TPDF, at a rank not below second Lieutenants.
3.1.14 SALARY SCALE: PGSS 5
3.1.15 PARK RANGER GRADE IV - 1 POST
3.1.16 DUTY STATION: TANGA COELACANTH MARINE PARK – TANGA
3.1.17 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 Responsible for enforcement of Board of Trustee for Marine Parks and Reserves Unit & Reserves regulations.
 Assists in liaison with local communities on enforcement of Marine facilitate patrol logistics.
 Assist in the procecution process.
 Perform any other duties assigned by the Warden In-charge.
3.1.18 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Diploma either in Marine Sciences; Fisheries or Law from a recognized institution or Member from TPDF, at a rank not below second Lieutenants.
3.1.19 SALARY SCALE: PGSS 5
3.1.20 TECHNICIAN CUM DRIVER GRADE lll –1 POST
3.1.21 DUTY STATION: TANGA COELACANTH MARINE PARK - TANGA
3.1.22 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 Perform day to day repair and service of office equipment, machinery both electrical and mechanical including vehicles.
 Driving duties, care of vehicles..
 Drive all types of trucks and to keep record of the movement of trucks.
 Handles dispatches
 Perform any other duties assigned by the Warden In-charge.
3.1.23 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Form IV certificate of Secondary education
 Driving licence class C of not less than 3 years driving experience without causing any accident.
 Trade Test Grade ll.
3.1.24 SALARY SCALE: PGSS 6
3.1.25 WARDEN IN-CHARGE – 1 POST
3.1.26 DUTY STATION: TANGA COELACANTH MARINE PARK - TANGA
3.1.27 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 He/She is responsible for planning and oversees the implementation of the Park
 Management Plan, MPR strategic plan, laws and regulation.
 He/She will provide leadership and direction in order to ensure that resources are optimally utilized for maintenance of profitability and will guide part management in achieving the set parks objectives.
 Supervise all staffs through respective Sections/subsections.
 Perform any other duties assigned by the Unit Manager.
3.1.28 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor of Science or Post graduate studies in Zoology or Marine Science.
 Experience of not less than 13 years in Marine Resources conservation, 3 of which should have been in Senior Managerial position.
 Computer literacy.
3.1.29 SALARY SCALE: PGSS 20
3.1.30 MARINE CONSERVATION ASSISTANT GRADE IV - 2 POST
3.1.31 DUTY STATION: TANGA COELACANTH MARINE PARK - TANGA
3.1.32 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 Assist in all Marine Conservation activities
 Keeps records required for Marine Conservation activities.
 Perform any other duties assigned by Superios.
3.1.33 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 National Form IV certificate with a minimum of six month training in the Police force, National Service, or VI certificate holder in science subjects, preferably with training in Biological studies
3.1.34 SALARY SCALE: PGSS 5
3.2 OFFICE MANAGEMENT SECRETARY GRADE ll – 1 RE-ADVERTISED
3.2.1 MNAZI BAY-RUVUMA ESTUARY MARINE PARK – MTWARA
3.2.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Perform secretarial duties for the Warden In-Charge and other officers; and carry out
 Simple administrative function as well as office cleanliness.
 Types classified and confidential matters
 Receives telephone calls and keeps records of messages
 Receives visitors and arranges for appointments.
 Keeps a record of files.
 Perform any other duties assigned by the Warden Incharge.
3.2.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Diploma in Secretarial studies from a recognized institution with typing speed of 50 w.p.m., manuscript and tabulation lll, office practice and secretarial duties ll with shorthand speed of 100 w.p.m
 6 years of relevant work experience.
 Computer literacy
3.2.4 SALARY SCALE: PGSS 10
4.0 WATER DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE (WDMI)
Water Development and Management Institute (WDMI) is an Agency that was established by Government Notice No 138 of 22nd August, 2008 according to the Executive Agency Act (Cap.245) to replace the then Rwegarulila Water Resources Institute. The Agency (Institute) operates under the Ministry of Water. WDMI is registered by the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) to train technicians and engineers.
SENIOR INTERNAL AUDITOR – 1 POST
4.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Organizing and supervising staff executing audit programs as well as reviewing operation procedures and controls.
 Planning, organizing and carrying out auditor functions;
 Examining the effectiveness of the financial regulations and accounting system;
 Scrutinizing computer auditor control systems;
 Regularly reviewing the effectiveness of financial accounting and auditor systems;
 Performing any other Duties and Responsibilities as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.
4.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Bachelor Degree in Accountancy and full professional qualification i.e. CPA (T), ACCA, ACA, ICMA, with not less than six years working experience in the related field
4.1.3 REMUNERATION
 Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the institution’s salary scale WDMS 6
4.1.4 SENIOR PLANNING OFFICER - 1
4.1.5 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Preparing estimates for capital development,
 Liaising with Chief Accountant's Office in preparing the recurrent budget,
 Compiling project profiles including sources of funding, custodian of agreements with donors and monitors reports,
 Assisting in managing the General Planning sub-system of the Planning Unit,
 Performing any other Duties and Responsibilities as assigned by one’s reporting officer.
4.1.6 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Master’s degree in Economics, Statistics or any other relevant field and a relevant working experience of at least six years in the related field
4.1.7 REMUNERATION
 Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the institution’s salary scale WDMS 6
4.1.8 SENIOR TUTOR II – AGRONOMY – 1 POST
4.1.9 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 Teaches up to NTA level 8 and may assist teaching in higher NTA levels
 Prepares learning resources for practical exercises
 Assists in caring out consultancy and community services
 Assisting in conducting practical exercises for students in the department under close supervision up to level 5
 Carries consultancy and services job assignments under close supervision
 Carries any other duty as assigned by superiors.
4.1.10 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Master’s degree in Agronomy or Agricultural Engineering.
4.1.11 REMUNERATION
 Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the institution’s salary scale PTSS 13
4.1.12 SENIOR TUTOR II STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
4.1.13 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 Teaches up to NTA level 8 and may assist teaching in higher NTA levels
 Prepares learning resources for practical exercises
 Assists in caring out consultancy and community services
 Assisting in conducting practical exercises for students in the department under close supervision up to level 5
 Carries consultancy and services job assignments under close supervision
 Carries any other duty as assigned by superiors.
4.1.14 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Master’s degree in civil Engineering
4.1.15 REMUNERATION
 Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the institution’s salary scale PTSS 13
5.0 INSTITUTE OF JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION
LUSHOTO (IJA)
The Institute of Judicial Administration – Lushoto is a Public Institution established by an Act of Parliament No. 3 of 1998 (now Cap. 405 R.E. 2002) The major role of the Institute is to offer and conduct long and short terms training programmes in legal disciplines research and consultancy. Currently the Institute offers certificate and diploma in law courses.
The Institute subscribes to the policy of equal opportunity employer and therefore invites applications from candidates who are interested to work in the reviving Institute environment and have the requisite skills, qualifications and experience for the positions indicated below.
5.1 ASSISTANT LECTURER (COMMUNICATION SKILLS) – (1 POST)
5.1.1 REPORT TO: HEAD OF DEPARTMENT JUDICIAL AND LEGAL STUDIES
5.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Teach up to NTA level 6 (for Diploma);
 Prepare learning resources and design training exercises for students;
 Carry out lecturers, conduct tutorials, seminars and practicals for diploma and certificate programmes under close supervision;
 Manage teaching programmes;
 Prepare examinations, invigilating, marking and production or examination results on time;
 Conduct research and public in areas of specialization;
 Guide and supervise students in building up their practical and research projects;
 Conduct consultancy and community services;
 Participate in academic congregations;
 Prepare teaching manuals, simulations and case studies for training;
 Coach junior teaching staff;
 Undertake individual research and participate in bigger multi-disciplinary research projects;
 Perform any other duties as assigned by a competent authority.
5.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Masters Degree in Linguistics with at least GPA of 3.5 at Masters Degree and a minimum GPA of 3.5 in the Bachelor’s Degree and registered as technical teacher.
 Teaching experience of at least three (3) years will be an added advantage.
5.1.4 REMUNERATION:
 This position holds salary scale of PHTS 2 with other terms and conditions of the Public Services.
5.2 ASSISTANT LECTURER (LAW) – (1 POST)
5.2.1 REPORT TO: HEAD OF DEPARTMENT OF JUDICIAL AND LEGAL STUDIES
5.2.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 Teach up to NTA level 6 (for Diploma);
 Prepare learning resources and design training exercise for students;

 Carry out lectures, conduct tutorials, seminars and practicals for diploma and certificate programmes under close supervision;
 Manage teaching programmes;
 Prepare examinations, invigilating, marking and production of examination results on time;
 Conduct research and publish in areas of specialization;
 Guide and supervise students in building up their practical and research project;
 Conduct consultancy and community services;
 Participate in academic congregations;
 Prepare teaching manuals, simulations and case for training;
 Coach junior teaching staff;
 Undertake individual research and participate in bigger multi-disciplinary research projects;
 Performs any other duties as assigned by a competent authority.
5.2.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Masters Degree in Law (LL.M) with least GPA of 3.5 at Masters Degree and a minimum GPA of 3.5 in the Bachelor’s Degree and registered as technical teacher
 Teaching experience of at least three (3) years will be an added advantage.
5.2.4 REMUNERATION
6.0 This position holds salary scale of PHTS 2 with other terms and conditions of the Public Services.
7.0 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.
7.1 ASSISTANT LECTURER (SOCIAL PROTECTION) - 1 POST-RE-ADVERTIZED
7.1.1 DUTY STATION: MWANZA
7.1.2 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, consultancy and publications;
 Supervises student’s projects.
7.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s degree in Social Protection from recognized higher learning institutions precede by a Bachelor degree of at least 3.8 GPA.
7.1.4 REMUNERATION
 This position holds salary scale of PHTS 8/9 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.
7.1.5 ASSISTANT LECTURER ( INSURANCE) - 1 POST-RE-ADVERTIZED
7.1.6 DUTY STATION: MWANZA
7.1.7 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, consultancy and publications;
 Supervises student’s projects.
7.1.8 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s degree in Insurance study from recognized higher learning institutions precede by a Bachelor degree of at least 3.8 GPA.
7.1.9 REMUNERATION
 This position holds salary scale of PHTS 8/9 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.
7.1.10 ASSISTANT LECTURER (DEVELOPMENT STUDIES) - 1 POST-RE-ADVERTIZED
7.1.11 DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM
7.1.12 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, consultancy and publications;
 Supervises student’s projects.
7.1.13 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s degree in Development Studies from recognized higher learning institutions precede by a Bachelor degree of at least 3.8 GPA.
7.1.14 REMUNERATION
 This position holds salary scale of PHTS 8/9 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.
7.1.15 ASSISTANT LECTURER (BANKING) - 2 POSTS-RE-ADVERTIZED
7.1.16 DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM
7.1.17 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 This position is mostly for new recruits who are in a training situation thus their duties are mainly concerned with;
 Conducts lectures, research, tutorial seminars ;
 Prepares case studies ;
 Works in cooperation with senior members of staff on specific projects such as research, consultancy and publications;
 Supervises student’s projects.
7.1.18 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s degree in Banking from recognized higher learning institutions precede by a Bachelor degree of at least 3.8 GPA.
7.1.19 REMUNERATION
 This position holds salary scale of PHTS 8/9 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.
7.1.20 LIBRARY ASSISTANT I - 1 POST-RE-ADVERTIZED
7.1.21 DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM AND MWANZA
7.1.22 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Prepare orders of book
 Receive new materials
 Circulates work related
 Lends out and receives in books
 Undertake cataloguing, indexing
 Assists the acquisition and periodicals function of the library
7.1.23 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Certificate of Secondary Education with a one year certificate in Library and documentation from recognized institutions with (5) years work experience or Advance Certificate of secondary Education with two principal passes plus relevant Certificate in Library and documentation from recognized institution or holder of a relevant ordinary Diploma with at least 3 yrs work experience.
7.1.24 REMUNERATION
 This position holds salary scale of PGSS 7/8 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.
7.1.25 RECEPTIONIST GRADE I – 2 POSTS-RE-ADVERTIZED
7.1.26 DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM
7.1.27 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Collects and compiles information for internal directory
 Ensures proper recording and filing of staff particulars in the internal telephone and office directory
 Attends visitors, messages and direct them accordingly;
 Receive visitors, messages and direct them accordingly;
 Liaise with Estate Office for repair of telephone lines which are out of order
 Operates switch boards with at least 50 extensions
7.1.28 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Certificate of Secondary Education with a one year certificate in telephone operation or front desk/reception administration or equivalent qualifications from recognized Institution with at least (5) years work experience in similar position or holder of an Ordinary Diploma in telephone operation, tourism, public relation or equivalent qualifications from recognized Institution with at least three years relevant work experience.
7.1.29 REMUNERATION
 This position holds salary scale of PGSS 7/8 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.
7.1.30 SECURITY GUARD GRADE I – 4 POSTS-RE-ADVERTIZED
7.1.31 DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM
7.1.32 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Keeps guard of sensitive areas where security is required
 Reports incidents of theft to superiors
 Takes preventive measures against possible theft and insecurity
 Assists in planning and assigning duties to subordinate staff
7.1.33 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Certificate of Secondary Education with Militia training Phase II or National Services training or equivalent training with at least five (5) years relevant work experience in similar position. Must be vetted by the Police.
7.1.34 REMUNERATION
 This position holds salary scale of POSS 6/PGSS 5 and other fringe benefits as per Institute’s incentive scheme.
8.0 TANZANIA FISHERIES RESEARCH INSTITUTE (TAFIRI)
Tanzania Fisheries Research Institute (TAFIRI) was established by the Act of Parliament No. 6 of 1980 to promote, conduct, supervise, and co-ordinate fisheries
research in Tanzania. The Institute is governed by the Board of Directors. This Institute is comprised of four Centres and one Substation: Mwanza Centre and Sota Substation on Lake Victoria, Kigoma Centre on Lake Tanganyika, Kyela Centre on Lake Nyasa and Dar es Salaam Centre on the Indian Ocean. The Institute Headquarters is located at Kunduchi in Dar es Salaam.
8.1 RESEARCH ASSISTANT-3 POSTS
8.1.1 DUTY STATIONS AND SPECIALIZATION: 2 KIGOMA CENTRE (AQUACULTURE AND SOCIAL ECONOMICS), 1 SOTA SUB-STATION TARIME, MARA (AQUACULTURE)
8.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 This is purely a trainee post and the incumbent shall have to work under close supervision of Senior Researchers.
 The incumbent must gain two (2) years of research experience before registering for a post graduate degree.
8.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree in Aquaculture with an upper second (honours) or above from any recognized University.
8.1.4 SALARY SCALE: PRSS 1.1
8.1.5 RESEARCH TECHNICIAN II-2 POSTS
8.1.6 DUTY STATIONS AND SPECIALIZATION: 1 KIGOMA CENTRE (FISHERIES
SCIENCE), 1 MWANZA CENTRE (AQUACULTURE)
8.1.7 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 Assist Research Scientists in their day-to-day research activities including scientific investigations, field observations, data collection and laboratory analysis
 Keep proper records of research data
 Perform any other duties as may be assigned.
8.1.8 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Form IV/VI Certificate with Diploma in Fisheries or related field from recognized learning institution like Kunduchi Fisheries Institute; Mbegani Fisheries Development Centre or their equivalent.
8.1.9 SALARY SCALE: PGSS 6/7
8.1.10 SENIOR LIBRARY ASSISTANT GRADE I-1 POST
8.1.11 DUTY STATIONS: KYELA CENTRE
8.1.12 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 Assists in binding;
 Supervises routine use of the library collections;
 Supervises junior library Assistants;
 Ensures proper shelving of books and periodicals;
 Handles inter Library loans, gifts and exchanges;
 Assists in computer and CD-ROM searches;
 Assists in ordering books and periodicals;
 Performs any other duties as may be assigned.
8.1.13 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Diploma in library and information Studies from any recognized institution with substantial component of computer applications; with at least three years experience in a similar position.
8.1.14 SALARY SCALE: PGSS 9/10
8.1.15 CHIEF INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICER 1-POST
8.1.16 DUTY STATION: HEADQUARTERS DAR ES SALAAM
8.1.17 REPORTS TO: DIRECTOR GENERAL
8.1.18 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Provide technical advice to the Director General on all maters related to Information Technology and Communication.
 Supervise information technology, library services and publication activities of the Institute.
 Establish and implement strategies promoting research at the Department in accordance with TAFIRI development/strategic plans.
 Develop and maintain TAFIRI Website and establish computer and network connectivity with stakeholders
 Compile, publish and disseminate research findings through production of Annual Reports, TAFIRI Bulletin and other information Materials
 Develop and implement public education programmes
 Promote and advocate for TAFIRI image nationally and internationally through media programmes, promotional materials and exhibitions
 Design and implement training programmes on ICT, data management and knowledge and information systems
 Prepare specifications for IT equipment, software or services to be procured and ensuring that goods and services delivered meet specifications
 Promote the Institute’s image to the public
 Organize and maintain systematic collection of books, periodicals and other printed matter.
 Co-ordinate information works and select publication to be purchased
 Supervise all institute libraries;
 Ensure that all computers and related ICT hardware and software are maintained and functioning properly;
 Prepare budget estimates for all documentation and information activities at the institute.
 Perform any other duties as may be assigned by the Director General.
8.1.19 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree in Information Technology from a recognized institution with seven (7) years work experience, three (3) of which must be in senior position, in a reputable organization.
8.1.20 SALARY SCALE: PGSS 19/20
8.1.21 CHIEF INTERNAL AUDITOR-1 POST
8.1.22 DUTY STATION: HEADQUARTERS DAR ES SALAAM
8.1.23 REPORTS TO: DIRECTOR GENERAL
8.1.24 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 In-charge of the Auditing Unit.
 Plan, co-ordinate and direct all Internal Audit inspections to ensure adherence to the financial policies and procedures.
 Advise the Institute on the soundness, adequacy and application of internal control regulations.
 Advise on measures to reduce expenses and increase income.
 Advise the Director General from time to time on efficient management and control of Institute’s assets.
 Follow up implementation of recommended actions given by his/her Audit Department from time to time.
 Perform any other duties as may be assigned by the Director General from time to time.
8.1.25 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Possession of full Professional Qualification: Certified Public Accountant (Tanzania) [CPA (T)], Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA), Chartered Accountant (CA) or equivalent and must be registered by the National Board of Accountants and Auditors Tanzania (NBAA) as Authorized Accountant/Auditor with at least six (6) years of working experience three (3) of which should be in a senior position in reputable organization.
 He/She must be computer literate.
8.1.26 SALARY SCALE: PGSS 19/20
8.1.27 CHIEF HUMAN RESOURCES & ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER (CHR&AO)-1 POSTS
8.1.28 DUTY STATION: HEADQUARTERS DAR ES SALAAM
8.1.29 REPORTS TO: DIRECTOR OF FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION
8.1.30 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 The Chief Human Resources & Administrative Officer shall be the Chief Advisor to the Director Finance & Administration in all Human Resources and Administrative matters.
 Shall be the Head of the Department of Human Resources & Administration and Member of the Management Committee.
 Shall serve as the Secretary to the TAFIRI Management Committee.
 Shall be responsible for planning and coordination of the recruitment of staff suitable to the requirement of the Institute.
 Shall be responsible in implementing the Human Resources and administration policies of the Institute. In this regard, he/she will inter-alia, be in charge of the day to day administration of Human Resources affairs, including training, Oversee the repair and maintenance of fixed assets of the Institute including buildings, furniture and fixtures, motor vehicles, motor boats (vessels) and other equipment and all insurance matters of the Institute.
 Shall be liable for exercising care and skill in the course of executing his/her responsibilities and may be taken responsible for mistakes and/or losses arising from his/her carelessness and/or negligence.
 May delegate any of the authorities and/or responsibilities under him to any person in his/her Department, but shall still be accountable for the action of such person(s).
 Shall ensure that Staff Regulations and Code of Conduct are adhered to by all staff.
 Shall perform any other duties as may be assigned by the Director of Finance & Administration and/or Director General.
8.1.31 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree in Public/Business Administration or Human Resources Management or Equivalent Qualification with experience of not less than eight (8) years, four (4) years of which should be at a senior position in a public or private sector.
 Must have the ability to provide dynamic administrative leadership to the Organization/Institute.
 He/She must be computer literate.
8.1.32 SALARY SCALE: PGSS 19/20
9.0 UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM (UDSM)
The University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) is a public university in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. It was established in 1961 as an affiliate college of the University of London. The university became an affiliate of the University of East Africa (UEA) in 1963, shortly after Tanzania gained its from the United Kingdom. In 1970, UEA split into three independent universities: Makerere University in Uganda, the University of Nairobi in Kenya, and the University of Dar es Salaam.
9.1 TECHNICIAN I ( 3 POSTS)
9.1.1 DEPARTMENTS
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY (1 POST)
TRAINING WORKSHOPS (1 POST)
BOTANY (1 POST)
9.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Carries out, independently, specified routine technical tasks which require a higher degree of technical knowledge and skills;
 Implements specified maintenance plans for laboratory facilities;
 Implements specified technical plans and designs connected with research, students' practical and consultancy work ;
 Assists senior staff in relevant fields of operation and
 Performs any other duties as assigned by one’s reporting officer.
9.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Full Technician Certificate (FTC) or City & Guilds I & II (CGLT) or Higher National Cert. (HNC) or Diploma from a recognized institution.
 At least four (4) years relevant working experience serving in a similar position.
9.1.4 LABORATORY TECHNICIAN I - PROSECTUS ( 1 POSTS)
9.1.5 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Carries out, independently, specified routine technical tasks which require a higher degree of technical knowledge and skills;
 Implements specified maintenance plans for laboratory facilities;
 Implements specified technical plans and designs connected with research, students' practical and consultancy work ;
 Assists senior staff in relevant fields of operation and
 Performs any other duties as assigned by one’s reporting officer.
9.1.6 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Diploma in Anatomy and Histology from a recognized institution.
 At least four (4) years relevant working experience serving in a similar position.
9.2 SECURITY GUARD II (6 POSTS)
9.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 This is a training grade for regular security work under close supervision;
 Assists in the daily routine beats around the campus so as to maintain peace and order;
 Guards the property of the University and
 Performs any other duties assigned by one’s reporting officer.
9.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Form IV certificate with passes in English, Kiswahili, History or Civics plus National Service Training and/or People's Militia Training Phase II and/or any other form of military training. The candidate must be vetted by the police.
9.3 SECRETARY III (5 POSTS)
9.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Types all general correspondence and non-confidential matters;
 Types letters, minutes, notices, bulletins and circulars;
 Prints reports, letters etc;
 Takes proper care of all machines under his/her charge and makes sure they are used for official work only;
 Files copies of typed letters in relevant files;
 Receives and directs visitors;
 Attends telephone calls and takes messages;
 Makes sure there are all necessary facilities for proper job performance and
 Performs any other duties assigned by one’s reporting officer.
9.3.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Form IV Certificate with credit passes in Kiswahili and English, plus a Certificate in Secretarial Studies/ Technician Certificate in Secretarial Studies, i,e NTA 5 from a recognized Institution.
 Possession of a Form VI Certificate with passes in English and Kiswahili will be an added advantage.
 Applicants must have completed Advanced Computer Course from a recognized institution.
9.3.3 LIBRARY OFFICER II (3 POSTS)
9.3.4 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Carries out routine professional duties;
 Processes added copies and continuations;
 Maintains public and staff catalogues;
 Ensures proper shelving of books and periodicals;
 Copies catalogues with CIP data;
 Handles inter library loans-gifts and exchanges and
 Performs any other duties that may be assigned to her/him from time to time.
9.3.5 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree in Library Studies.
 At least two years working experience in similar position.
9.3.6 LABORATORY SCIENTIST - (2 POSTS)
CHEMISTRY (1 POST)
TRAINING WORKSHOP (1 POST)
9.3.7 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Organizes practicals for undergraduate students;
 Participates in consultancy projects under close supervision of senior staff;
 Assists academic staff in their research and development activities;
 Plans and supervises maintenance of laboratory/workshop facilities;
 Guides technicians and artisans in their daily activities and
 Performs any other duties that may be assigned to her/him from time to time.
9.3.8 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Bachelor of Science in relevant field or Advanced Diploma from a recognized institution with at least four years relevant working experience in a similar position.
9.3.9 LABORATORY SCIENTIST 1 (1 POSTS)
9.3.10 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Organizes practicals for undergraduate students;
 Participates in consultancy projects under close supervision of senior staff;
 Assists academic staff in their research and development activities;
 Plans and supervises maintenance of laboratory/workshop facilities;
 Guides technicians and artisans in their daily activities and
 Performs any other duties that may be assigned to her/him from time to time.
9.3.11 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Bachelor of Science/Advanced Diploma in Survey/Geometrics from a recognised institution with at least four years relevant working experience in a similar position.
9.3.12 LABORATORY ENGINEER I - HIGHWAY (1 POST)
9.3.13 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Organizes practicals for undergraduate students;
 Participates in consultancy projects under close supervision of senior staff
 Assists academic staff in their research and development activities;
 Plans and supervises maintenance of laboratory/workshop facilities;
 Guides technicians and artisans in their daily activities and
 Performs any other duties that may be assigned to her/him from time to time.
9.3.14 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Bachelor of Science / Advanced Diploma in Highway Engineering with at least four years experience in a similar position.
9.3.15 LABORATORY SCIENTIST PHYSIOLOGY II- 1 POST
9.3.16 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assists in research and development activities;
 Assists in consultancy activities;
 Assists in maintenance of facilities and
 Performs any other duties that may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.
9.3.17 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Bachelor of Science / Advanced Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology specializing in Blood Transfusion / Haematology with at least four years experience in a similar position.
9.3.18 DRIVER II (1 POST)
9.3.19 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Drives institutional vehicles;
 Maintains logbooks;
 Responsible for safe-keeping of the vehicle and tools entrusted to him/her;
 Maintains disciplined behaviour and proper conduct in rendering services to his/her assignees;
 Maintains cleanliness of the vehicle and tools;
 Reports promptly any defect or problems detected in the vehicle;
 Performs messengerial duties such as dispatching documents/letters collecting mail, photocopying of documents and
 Performs any other duties that may be assigned to her/him from time to time.
9.3.20 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Form IV Secondary Education with passes in Kiswahili and English. He/She must have a valid Class C Driving License and working experience of not less than four years. Possession of Trade Test Grade II/Certificate of Competence level II from NIT or VETA will be an added advantage
9.3.21 LABORATORY ASSISTANT II (1 POST)
9.3.22 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Performs more challenging laboratory jobs under close supervision of a qualified technician;
 Performs routine cleanliness of the laboratory;
 Collects and takes care of equipment involved in teaching and
 Performs any other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.
9.3.23 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Form IV certificate plus Trade Test Grade I/ Certificate of Competence level III in a relevant field with a relevant working experience of at least four years in a similar position.
9.3.24 COMPUTER OPERATOR II (1 POST)
9.3.25 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assists students in dissemination of run jobs;
 Assists in software maintenance;
 Assists in running small scale customer jobs and
 Performs any other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.
9.3.26 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Form IV certificate plus possession of a certificate of a computer course (with bias in computer operations) from a recognised institution.
 At least four years work experience in a similar position.
9.3.27 CLERICAL OFFICER I (2 POSTS)
9.3.28 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Maintains file movement record cards;
 Looks for files and collects them whenever required;
 Returns files to the cabinets and arranges them in proper order;
 Keeps ready files marked B.U. for the Supervisor;
 Weeds out inactive files i.e. old closed volumes, files for people who have died, resigned, retired and those who have been dismissed or terminated;
 Checks files in the cabinets periodically and ensures order and neatness and
 Performs any other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.
9.3.29 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Form VI certificate with two principal passes in Arts subjects and must have a credit pass in English at “O” level plus a Diploma in records management.
 A minimum of four years relevant working experience in a similar position.
9.3.30 ASSISTANT WORKSHOP INSTRUCTOR I - BENCH (1 POST)
9.3.31 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Instructs undergraduate students in Faculty Workshops under close supervision;
 Prepares materials for practical exercises;
 Carries out consultancy and service jobs and
 Performs any other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.
9.3.32 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
 Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering with teaching instruction or FTC plus Diploma in Technical Education or Advanced Diploma in Engineering from a recognized institution, and at least four years relevant working experience.
9.3.33 ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT I (1 POST)
9.3.34 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Performs variety of accounting tasks including receiving and paying out; cash and cheques;
 Maintains fuel and accurate accounts records;
 Prepares trial balances;
 Checks the correctness of claims and retirements ensuring that they are supported by appropriate authority/evidences;
 Custodian of accountable documents and
 Performs any other duties assigned from time to time by one’s reporting officer.
9.3.35 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Commerce (Accounting)/Professional Level II or its equivalent.
 A minimum of four years relevant working experience.
9.3.36 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER I (2 POSTS)
9.3.37 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Deals with personnel services as may be assigned by the respective Head of Department, i.e., compilation of personal particulars for new employees;
 Allocates manpower, and communicates conditions of service to staff;
 Prepares manpower planning and training programmes;
 Deals with pension and terminal benefit schemes;
 Assists in collecting, analyzing and presenting manpower statistics;
 Assists in conducting periodic surveys to determine the prospective manpower demands and supply situation with respect to situations requiring the largest investment of time and money;
 Deals with staff welfare matters such as sport and games, canteen, burial services and any other welfare matters required for members of staff;
 Assists in conducting staff performance appraisal;
 Assists in the provision of administrative services and
 Performs any other duties as may be assigned from time to time by one’s reporting officer.
9.3.38 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor degree either in Public Administration, Management, Sociology, Human Resource Management or Law from a recognised Institution.
 At least four years experience in relevant field.
9.3.39 STUDIO INSTRUCTOR I (1 POST)
9.3.40 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Prepares teaching materials in the relevant area of specialization of studio work;
 Checks operations of studio work requirements;
 Assists Studio Instructor in the operations of relevant areas of specialization and
 Performs any other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.
9.3.41 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree in Fine and Performing Arts with at least four years working experience in a similar position.
9.3.42 NURSING OFFICER III (1 POST)
9.3.43 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Understands and solves problems of patients in line with nursing ethics and general nursing services;
 Supervises Nursing Assistants and Trained Nurses/Midwives;
 Orders drugs from the Health Centre/Hospital stores;
 Looks after D.D.A Box and
 Performs any other duties that may be assigned to her/him from time to time.
9.3.44 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Form IV/VI certificate plus a Diploma in Nursing with at least four years relevant working experience in a similar position
9.3.45 REMUNERATION:
 An attractive package will be offered to the right candidate commensurate with his/her qualifications and experience in accordance with Government circulars and directives.
10.0 TAASISI YA SANAA NA UTAMADUNI BAGAMOYO (TaSUBa)
Pursuant to Executive Agency Act No. 30 of 1997, Taasisi ya Sanaa na Utamaduni Bagamoyo (TaSUBa) under the Ministry of Information, Culture and Sports of Tanzania is determined to meet its mission and objectives by continuing to offer and deliver high quality education in Arts and culture by recruiting competent and well motivated staff both ‘Academic’ and ‘Non-Academic’ who will facilitate effective transformation of students opting for a career in arts and culture.
10.1 TUTOR I/INSTRUCTOR I (DRAMA) – 1 POST-RE-ADVATIZED
10.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Teach up to NTA level 6 and may assist teaching in higher NTA levels.
 Conduct examinations up to NTA level 7.
 Prepare learning resources.
 Assume leadership roles.
 Perform any other duties as assigned by supervisors.
10.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree in Drama, registered as technical teacher, who has a working experience in teaching, research and consultancy of at least three years in similar field.
10.1.3 TUTOR I /INSTRUCTOR I (MUSIC DESIGN) – 1 POST-RE-ADVATIZED
10.1.4 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Teach up to NTA level 6 and may assist teaching in higher NTA levels.
 Conduct examinations up to NTA level 7.
 Prepare learning resources.
 Assume leadership roles.
 Perform any other duties as assigned by supervisors.
10.1.5 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree in Music Design, registered as technical teacher, who has a working experience in teaching, research and consultancy of at least three years in similar field.
 Person who had specialised in radio production and journalism will have an added advantage.
11.0 TANZANIA PUBLIC SERVICE COLLEGE (TPSC)
The Tanzania Public Service College (TPSC) is a Government Executive Agency established in 2000 as a direct response to fill a void for a sustainable public service training institution. TPSC offers programmes that are directly linked to Government business agenda and demand driven. As the demands for the public service to offer quality services at affordable costs increase, it is imperative that the service should be staffed with competent personnel. Hence, TPSC’s core business is to develop the appropriate public service competences, which will transform the service into effective and efficient machinery that will strive to meet citizen’s needs in terms of services. TPSC’s Mission is to improve the quality, efficiency and effectiveness of the public service of Tanzania by providing comprehensive training, consultancy and applied research interventions.
1.1 ASSISTANT LECTURER PROCUREMENT AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT – 3 POSTS (RE- ADVERTISED)
1.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Conduct short and long term courses
 Prepares learning resources for tutorial exercise
 Conducts research, seminars and case studies
 Carries out under supervision consultancy and community services
 Supervises students project
 Prepares teaching manuals
1.1.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree in the field of Procurement & Logistics Management or related qualifications. The candidate should be eligible for registration as technical teacher with a G.P.A of not less than 3.5 in Bachelor degree. Working experience of at least 2 years in the public service will be an added advantage.
1.1.3 SENIOR OFFICE ASSISTANT – 1 POST (RE- ADVERTISED)
1.1.4 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Cleans tea accessories, prepares and serves tea/coffee to staff
 Distributes official letters and documents in offices as instructed by superiors
 Collects mails from the Post Office
 Photocopies documents according to instructions from superiors
1.1.5 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 National Form IV Secondary Education with a certificate in Environment maintenance from VETA or equivalent, coupled with a minimum of five years’ work experience in a reputable organization.
1.1.6 OFFICE ASSISTANT – 2 POSTS (RE- ADVERTISED)
1.1.7 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assists in organizing meeting arrangements when needed.
 Distributes mails internally to respective offices & staff.
 Duplicates documents, such as circulars and other publications.
 Circulates files and documents internally to respective staff.
 Prepares and serves tea and refreshments to staff during meetings and/or workshops.
1.1.8 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Form IV Secondary School Education Certificate with Environment maintenance Certificate from VETA or equivalent.
1.1.9 DRIVERS - 4 POSTS (RE- ADVERTISED)
1.1.10 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Checks vehicle every morning to ensure it is fit to be driven before driving.
 Drives vehicle safely taking into account traffic laws, safety of passengers and other road users and value of the vehicle.
 Parks vehicle at safe locations to ensure it is not stolen or vandalized.
 Fills logbook regularly for effective control of running costs of the vehicle.
 Timely requisition of fuel and reporting vehicle physical damage to the Senior Driver.
1.1.11 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Holder of Form IV Secondary School Education and Class C valid driving license and a Trade test III or Advanced Drivers Certificate Grade I from a recognized institution like VETA/NIT, with a minimum of three years clean driving experience record in a reputable institution.
12.0 COLLEGE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION (CBE)
The College of Business Education is established by Act of Parliament No. 31 of 1965. College of Business Education is a training Government Executive Agency operating ‘semi’ autonomously and commercially in providing education in Accountancy, Procurement & Supplies Management and other business related disciplines.
12.1 ASSISTANT LECTURER (LAW) – 4 POSTS(RE- ADVERTISED)
12.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Teaches up to NTA level 8 (Bachelor’s Degree).
 Prepares learning resources for tutorial exercises.
 Conducts research, seminars and case studies.
 Carries out consultancy and community services under supervision.
 Prepares teaching manual.
 Performs any other relevant duties as assigned by supervisor.
12.1.2 QUALIFICATION
 Master’s Degree in Laws with a GPA of 3.8 and above at undergraduate level specializing in relevant fields.
12.1.3 PRINCIPAL OFFICE ATTENDANT GRADE I – 1 POST
12.1.4 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Guards sensitive areas where security is highly required
 Responsible for reporting occurrences in his/her area and other matters relating to security.
 Takes preventive measures against possible theft and insecurity
 Performs any other relevant duties as may be assigned by Supervisor.
12.1.5 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Holder of Secondary School Certificate who has attended Militia Course with relevant working experience of at least three years
12.1.6 SALARY SCALE: POSS 5
12.1.7 ASSISTANT LECTURER (PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLIES MANAGEMENT - 5 POSTS
12.1.8 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Teaches up to NTA level 8 (Bachelor’s Degree);
 Prepares learning resources for tutorial exercises;
 Conducts research, seminars and case studies;
 Carries out consultancy and community services under supervision;
 Prepares teaching manual; and
 Performs any other relevant duties as assigned by supervisor.
12.1.9 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree with a GPA of 3.5 or above at undergraduate level specializing in the above fields
13.0 REGISTRATION, INSOLVENCY AND TRUSTEESHIP AGENCY (RITA)
The Registration, Insolvency and Trusteeship Agency (RITA) is a semi-autonomous Government Authority established under the Act of Parliament No. 30 of 1997 following Government Notice No. 397 of 2nd December, 2005. RITA is responsible for ensuring effective and efficient Management of Information on key life events, insolvency and trusteeship services in Tanzania.
13.1 DRIVER - 1 POST-RE- ADVERTISED)
13.1.1 DUTY STATION: Headquarters - Dar es Salaam
13.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Drive cars and buses as well as other motor Machines
 Ensure that fuel, oil, water, tires and the general state of vehicle has been checked before use.
 Provide driving services to RITA Staff
 Transfer parcels from RITA offices to other offices, transport terminals and vice versa.
 Maintain a log-book for each and every trip.
 Ensure that the vehicles is serviced as planned
 Report major repairs to supervisor.
13.1.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Certificate of Secondary Education and a class ‘C’ driving license. Should posses a “trade test” Grade III (Mechanics) or a Driving Test Grade II from the National Institute of Transport or VETA respectively, with not less than three years of class ‘C’ driving experience and with no accident record.
13.1.4 REMUNERATION
 Salary Scale: TGOS A
14.0 WEIGHTS AND MEASURES AGENCY Weights and Measures Agency is a government institution which is under the ministry of Industry and Trade. Weights and Measures Agency was established under the Executive Agencies Act (Cap.245). The Mandate of WMA is to provide protection to consumers in relation to legal metrological control which includes legal control of measuring instruments, metrological supervision and metrological expertise in trade, health, safety and environment.
14.1 FINANCE AND ACCOUNTS MANAGER - 1 POST
14.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Develop Agency’s accounting policies and principles and monitor their implementation;
 Advise Director on issues pertaining to Finance of the Agency;
 Assist the Director in review and update all documents, policies and regulation regarding accounting and finance;
 Participate in the planning and budget preparation process of the Agency;
 Facilitate the payments of salaries and other expenditures;
 Respond and follow up on audit reports and observations;
 Assist in keeping records of revenue, payments, assets and liabilities;
 Prepare Agency’s Financial Statements and submit them to relevant authorities.
14.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree in Accounting, Finance or related field and Master’s Degree/Post graduate diploma in Accounting, Finance with a CPA (T) /ACCA or related fields from any recognized University/Institution.
 Twelve (12) years of working experience in the related field, with at least 5 years’ experience in Management or Senior positions.
 Must have a high level of interpersonal skills, team builder and ability to work with a team of professionals.
 Must be Computer Literate.
14.4 REMUNERATION
 According to Weights and Measures Agency Salary Scale WMAS 9.
14.5 INFORMATION, EDUCATION, COMMUNICATION AND MARKETING MANAGER - 1 POST
14.6 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Advise the Agency on Information, Education, communication and Marketing services;
 Coordinate preparation and delivery of public awareness programs;
 Coordinate preparation of wmas’ articles, brochures, leaflets, exhibitions and newsletters;
 Develop and implement system of public dialogue;
 Develop and implement a complaints handling system;
 Coordinate press briefings;
 Update wmas’ website;
 Establish and maintain the library;
 Undertake service delivery surveys by collecting stakeholders’/clients’ views on services rendered by WMA.
14.7 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree and Master’s Degree/Postgraduate Mass Communication, Public Relations, Marketing or any other related fields from a recognized University/Institution.
 Twelve (12) years of working experience in the related field, with at least 5 years’ experience in Management or Senior positions.
 Must have a high level of interpersonal skills, team builder and ability to work with a team.
 Must be Computer Literate.
14.8 REMUNERATION
 According to Weights and Measures Agency Salary Scale WMAS 9.
15.0 COLLEGE OF AFRICAN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT (MWEKA)
The College of African Wildlife Management (MWEKA), founded in 1963 is a center of excellence in professional and technical wildlife and tourism management training in Africa. It is registered with the National Council of Technical Education (NACTE) in Tanzania and recognized by the East African Community (EAC) and the Southern African Development Community (SADC). It is situated 14 km from Moshi town on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro.
15.1 LECTURER – 1 POST
15.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:-
 Teaches students up to NTA Level 9 (Masters Degree)
 Guides and supervises students in building up their practical and research projects
 Prepares learning resources and design training exercises for students
 Conducts consultancy and community services
 Undertakes individual research and participates in scientific/academic congregations
 Supervises and guides post-graduations and case studies for training
 Coaches junior teaching staff
 Assumes managerial leadership roles e.g. coordination of academic programmes or major research projects and consultancy and
 Performs any other duties as assigned by supervisors
15.1.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 PhD either in Wildlife Management or Wildlife Tourism who is eligible for registration as technical teacher. Must have published at least two peer -reviewed papers.
OR
16.0 Master’s Degree either in Wildlife Management or Wildlife Tourism who is eligible for registration as technical Teacher and has proven applicable working experience preferably in Research or Consultancy of at least 10 years with five (5) consultancy/research reports of the academic and professional appreciable depth.
16.1 ASSISTANT LECTURER (TOURISM) – 1 POST
16.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:-
 Teaching up to NTA Level 8 (Bachelors Degree)
 Prepares learning resources for tutorial exercises
 Conducts research, seminars and case studies
 Carries out consultancy and community services under close supervision
 Supervises students projects
 Prepare teaching manual and
 Performs any other relevant duties as assigned by supervisor
16.1.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree in Tourism with teaching experience of not less than 3 years and having published at least one paper in a recognized and reputable journal.
16.1.3 SALARY SCALE: PHTS 2.1
17.0 TANZANIA LIBRARY SERVICES BOARD (TLSB)
Tanzania Library Services Board (TLSB) is a national institution under the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training established by the 1963 Act of parliament, and later on repealed by the 1975 Act. The Act requires the Board to promote, establish, equip and develop libraries, information centers, and documentation centers in Tanzania. TLSB has the role of ensuring that it provides information to all groups of people including children, youth, adults, and disadvantaged groups. In carrying out the above responsibilities TLSB acquires, organizes and distributes books, non-book materials and other forms of information materials to individuals, schools, Institutions and public in general.
17.1 SENIOR LIBRARIAN II
17.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 Coordinate training of Junior Librarians;
 Carry out Indexing and Abstracting of information materials;
 Conduct current awareness services (CAS) and selective dissemination of information services (SDI);
 Catalogue and classify of Library materials;
 Advice Library Users in searching for information;
 Recommend materials/articles for discarding or replacement;
 Monitor planning of shelve arrangement and guide the library collections
 Conduct stock counting and stocktaking.
17.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelors Degree in Librarianship and Information Science or equivalent qualifications from a recognized University/institution with five years work experience in related field
18.0 ARDHI UNIVERSITY
Ardhi University has vacant positions in the Administrative and Technical cadre. The University subscribes to the policy of an equal opportunity employer and therefore invites applications from candidates who are interested to work in a thriving University environment and have the requisite skills, qualifications and experience for various positions as indicated below.
18.1 SENIOR PRINTING ASSISTANT III (1 Post) (RE-ADVERTISED)
18.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Carries out plans and schedules of work for implementation.
 Assists in preparing training materials for various courses in printing section.
 Assists in training of junior staff in the fine points of printing processes
 Assists in ensuring that adequate and appropriate printing materials and supplies are available.
 Operates and maintains offset presses.
 Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.
18.1.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Form IV/VI Certificate with Diploma in Printing Technology/Trade Test Grade I in Printing Technology from a recognized institution and working experience of at least three years in similar position plus ICT skills
18.2 BINDER I (1 Post) (RE-ADVERTISED)
18.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assists in carrying out routine binding operations
 Assists in operations of advanced hand-taking blocking.
 Operates and takes care of high-frequency machines
 Keeps schedules, layouts, work records and rubbing.
 Inspects daily dockets and control forms.
 Checks work results to ensure adherence to standard and quality of work.
 Determines optimum utilization of resources.
 Prepares training materials for various courses in book-binding and print finishing.
 Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.
18.2.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Form IV/VI Certificate with Diploma/Trade Test Grade I in Book Binding from a recognized Institution plus ICT skills; OR holder of Form IV/VI Certificate with Trade Test Grade II in Book Binding and working experience of at least three years in a similar position plus ICT skills.
19.0 THE MUHIMBILI ORTHOPAEDIC INSTITUTE
The MuhimbiliOrthopaedic Institute (MOI) is an autonomous institute established through an Act of Parliament No.7 of 1996 with main objective of providing primary secondary and tertiary care for preventive and curative health services in the field of Orthopaedic, traumatology and Neurosurgery as well as being role model of efficient Hospital Management in Tanzania. The Institute is also involved in human resources development for the nation and also carries out research in these fields with the view of developing cheaper ways of treatment for patients and reducing invalidity to members of the community.
19.1 ASSISTANT NURSING OFFICER II (1 POST)
19.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Carrying general nursing care of patients
 Collect essential medical data
 Adhere to the rules and regulations of DDA.
 Administer drugs and other treatment as prescribed by medical doctors
 Provide health education to patients and their relatives.
 Participate in ward rounds
 Perform any other duties assigned by his/her supervisor
19.1.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Diploma in Nursing from a recognized institution.
 Registered by the Tanzania Nurses and MidwiferyCouncil.
19.1.3 REMUNERATIONS
 Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institute’s salary scale – PMGSS 6
20.0 TANZANIA AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY CENTRE
(NYUMBU)
Tanzania Automotive Technology Centre (TATC), synonymously known as “Shirika la Nyumbu”, was formally established on the 14th December 1985, through a Presidential Order, made under the Public Corporations Act 1969. TATC’s mission is to develop a reputable capacity for automotive engineering by conducting research and innovation, technology transfer and quality assurance services.
TATC is wholly owned by the Government of the United republic of Tanzania through the Ministry of Defence and National Service (MoDNS).
20.1 RESEARCH OFFICER II - 2 POSTS
20.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Evaluates and value analysis of research and consultancy projects.
 Develops and testing of engineering materials and systems for specific engineering applications.
 Applies metallurgical specifications to metal products.
 Analyses failures of engineering systems and processes alternativemechanisms.
 Facilitates industrial consultancy work covering the fields of materials engineering and product development of materials engineering and development.
 Prepares support documents and market promotion packages fornew projects.
20.1.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Degree at least Upper 2nd class or equivalent in engineering(mechanical, electrical, electronics) from recognized Institution of higher Learning and with at least two (2) years research work experience.
20.2 ASSISTANT FITTER TURNER I - 3 POSTS
20.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Operates gear hobber, bevel gear generator, gear shaper.
 Operates sophisticated machine tools such as CNC machines under supervision.
 Design and supervises the manufacture of simple fixtures, jigs and tools for the job in hand.
 To do simple calculations required for setting up gear machines, differential indexing head, screw cutting and taper turning
20.2.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Form IV education with Trade Test Grade I in Fitter/Turner.
20.3 FOUNDRYMAN III - 2 POSTS
20.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Works independently and operate all machines in the shop.
 Produce high quality moulds of standard stipulated by the Centre.
 Assists Foundry man of lower grade in their training.
20.3.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Trade Test grade I or equivalent with minimum of three (3) years working experience in a reputable foundry workshop.
20.4 MANUFACTURING TECHNICIAN III - 2 POSTS
20.4.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Prepares work schedules and flow charts to establish critical path in the production process with the Assistant Research Officer.
 Ascertain reported machine malfunction before reporting to the foreman
20.4.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Full Technician Certificate in Mechanical/AutomobileEngineering, with at least three (3) years working experience in a recognized manufacturing R&D institution.
20.5 ASSISTANT FOUNDRYMAN I- 9 POSTS
20.5.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Operate foundry equipment and machinery
 Pour molten metal into mould for casting
 Repair moulds
 Read and record temperature of molten metal
20.5.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Trade Test One (I) in Foundry Craft or equivalent training and experience in a reputable foundry institution.
21.0 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF TANZANIA (GST)
The Geological Survey of Tanzania was established as a Government Executive Agency in October 2005 under The Executive Agency Act No. 30, [CAP 245] of 1997, establishment order, 2005, Government notice no: 418 published on 9/12/2005.
21.1 DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS SUPPORT
21.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Advising the Chief Executive Officer on all matters regarding to finance; human resources; administration and planning and marketing development.
 Coordinating the preparation, implementation and review of the Agency’s strategic plan and budget.
 Supervising all the functions of finance; human resources and administration; and planning and marketing development.
 Coordinating delivery of all internal services according to departmental needs.
 Coordinating the promotion and participation in national and international fora.
 Coordinating all management reports on internal services status for submission to the Management and MAB.
 Ensuring the preparation of a sound policy for employees exit.
 Coordinating legal matters.
 Directing the development and constantly review accounts systems; financial rules; human resource regulations; and planning manuals and guidelines for the Agency and ensures they abide to the legal requirements
 Supervising effective institutional and personnel performance, monitoring and evaluation systems.
 Monitoring the utilization of approved budget within the procedures set out in the financial regulations and institutes expenditure control mechanisms, including budgetary controls, authority levels, limits and counterchecks and provides feedback.
 Ensuring proper acquisition and use of fixed assets, inventories, debtors’ register, cash resources, purchases and supplies of goods and services, donor assistance and funding, pricing of goods and services and accounting/ procurement policies.
 Ensuring treasury management function including banking, funds transfer, foreign exchange cover for overseas purchases and the management of excess cash resources, taking into account the minimization of risk.
 Supervising the proper insuring of the Agency’s properties against all types of perils, including marine, fire, burglary, physical and financial loss.
 Directing the human resources functions of the Agency in terms of recruitment, remuneration, appraisals, promotions, staff welfare and motivation, training, disciplinary matters and terminal benefits, and ensures staff rules and regulations manual are understood and followed.
 Conducting Open Performance Review and Appraisal (OPRAS) of subordinates and gives feedback.
 Performing any other official duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor.
21.1.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree/Postgraduate Diploma bias in Management and Planning or equivalent from a recognized Institution with at least twelve (12) years of working experience of which eight (8) must have been in a senior position.
 Must be computer literate
21.2 CHIEF INTERNAL AUDITOR -1 POST
21.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Advising the Chief Executive Officer on all matters regarding internal audit.
 Establishing audit policies, standards and practices for GST.
 Evaluating the adequacy of the internal control structure of GST in relation to risk management.
 Developing and ensuring proper execution of a comprehensive annual audit programmes.
 Supervising Audit operations.
 Reviewing internal control systems to ascertain their adequacy, efficiency and effectiveness.
 Developing and reviewing internal audit manuals.
 Preparing reports and distributing them to appropriate users.
 Liaising with other departments on implementation of Internal Auditors’ recommendations.
 Coordinating and regularly communicating with the Agency’s external auditors on issues of mutual interest.
 Performing any other official duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor.
21.2.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s degree with basic degree in Accounting or equivalent and must possess CPA (T) or equivalent, with at least twelve years (12) post qualification experience five (5) of which must have been in a senior position. Must have computer application skills in various accounting computer packages.
21.3 MANAGER OF PLANNING AND MARKETING – 1 RE-ADVERTISED
21.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Advising the Director of Business Support on all matters of Planning and Marketing.
 Coordinating the preparation of the GST Strategic and Work Plans.
 Coordinating preparation of GST’s annual development and recurrent budget.
 Coordinating research activities aimed at developing better instrument of monitoring the mining industry.
 Establishing systems for supervising and progressive review of the strategic plans, work plans and programs, project write-ups and action plans.
 Reviewing and assessing feasibility study reports presented with applications for licenses seeking investment in the mineral sector.
 Providing inputs to the planning and implementation process of the mineral sector development strategies
 Preparing periodic performance reports of the Section.
 Supervising the preparation of feasibility study and analysis of project formulation incorporating sectoral studies and analysis on projects formulation.
 Coordinating GST’s budget preparation.
 Examining and analyzing the implementation of feasibility studies, performance reports and mining programs of mining entities.
 Coordinating, monitoring, and evaluating of Agency’s activities.
 Reviewing and approving proposals from Principal Officers.
 Conducting Open Performance Review and Appraisal (OPRAS) of subordinates and giving feedback.
 Performing any other official duties as may be assigned by the immediate Supervisor.
21.3.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Master of Arts/Master of Business Administration with basic degree either in Economics or Marketing from recognized Institutions with at least twelve (12) years working experience, five (5) of which must have been in a senior position.
22.0 TANZANIA BUILDINGS AGENCY (TBA)
The Tanzania Buildings Agency is a Government Executive Agency established under the Executive Agencies Act No. 30 of 1997 (as amended by the Executive Agencies (Amendments) Act 2009) to deal with Building Consultancy as well as Real Estate Development and Management Services for the Government and public servants.
22.1 SENIOR ENGINEER (ENVIRONMENTAL) – 1 POST-RE-ADVERTISED
22.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Undertake feasibility study in collaboration with other experts in all fields related to buildings.
 Prepare design proposals and briefs of various projects and supervise design works done by junior environmental engineers.
 Supervise the implementation of design works (at site) to its completion stage.
 Understand and apply current legislation (policies, acts, regulations, codes, manuals e.t.c) regarding health and safety and environment in building project design work.
 Prepare bills of quantities and costs estimates for all environmental engineering projects.
 Give inputs and assist in the preparation process of tender and contract documents.
 Prepare, monitor and control the implementation of project work programs and budgets.
 Participate in technical audits tasks/ assignments related to building projects.
 Carry out conditional surveys for existing structures and prepare reports for environmental engineering systems/ works.
 Review and approve building projects design data collected by junior environmental engineers before they are used in the design work.
 Scrutinize design drawings, reports and documents submitted by other environmental engineering firms to ensure that standards and specifications are adhered to.
 Identify needs and coordinate environmental and social impact assessment.
 Advice on all matters related to environmental management in accordance to environmental policy and environmental law of Tanzania.
 Undertake project and contract management tasks.
 Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.
22.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Masters degree in Environmental Science and Management from a recognized higher learning institution.
 Must have at least five years experience in building sector.
 Should be registered as Professional Engineer by the Engineers Registration Board (ERB) or as Environmental experts by National Environmental Management Council (NEMC).
 Computer literacy will be an added advantage.
22.1.3 REMUNERATION:
 According to Government pay scale TGS G and other fringe benefits.
22.2 SENIOR ENGINEER (STRUCTURAL ) – 1 POST-RE-ADVERTISED
22.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Undertake feasibility study in collaboration with other experts in all fields related to buildings.
 Prepare design proposals and briefs of various projects and supervise design works done by junior structural/ civil engineers.
 Supervise the implementation of design works (at site) to its completion stage.
 Understand and apply current legislation (policies, acts, regulations, codes, manuals e.t.c regarding structural/ civil engineering in building project design work.
 Give inputs and assistance in the preparation of bills of quantities and costs estimates for all structural/ civil engineering projects.
 Give inputs and assist in the preparation process of tender and contract documents.
 Prepare, monitor and control the implementation of project work programs and budgets.
 Participate in technical audits tasks/ assignments related to building projects.
 Carry out conditional surveys for existing structures and prepare reports for structural/ civil engineering works.
 Review and approve building projects design data collected by junior structural/ civil engineers before they are used in the design work.
 Scrutinize design drawings, reports and documents submitted by other structural/ civil engineering firms to ensure that standards and specifications are adhered to.
 Advice on all matters related to structural/ civil engineering management in accordance to policy and law of Tanzania.
 Undertake project and contract management tasks.
 Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors from time to time.
22.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Masters degree in Structural /Civil Engineering from a recognized higher learning institution.
 Must have at least five years experience in building sector.
 Should be registered as Professional Engineer by the Engineers Registration Board (ERB).
 Computer literacy will be an added advantage.
22.2.3 REMUNERATION:
 According to Government pay scale TGS G and other fringe benefits.
22.3 SENIOR VALUER (SENIOR PROPERTY AND FACILITIES MANAGMENT OFFICER) – 2 POSTS-RE-ADVERTISED
22.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Participate in the preparation of feasibility study for any real estate development projects.
 Advise and supervise the preparation of tenant administrative policy.
 Participate in identification and acquisition of land for real estate investments / development.
 Conduct and supervise the undertaking of building survey.
 Conduct, supervise and regular property condition inspection and preparation of reports.
 Supervise and undertake property valuation for various purposes.
 Participates in the preparation of strategic maintenance plans.
 Evaluate the monitor performance of property and facilities management, land consultants and other service providers employed by the agency.
 Advises on all matters concerning government real estate management and investment development.
 Performs any other duties as may be assigned by his/her supervisor from time to time.
22.3.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s degree in Real Estate or Housing Management from recognized higher learning institution.
 Should be registered with National Council of Professional Surveyors (NCPS)
 Must have at least five years experience in the field of Real Estate Management.
 Computer literacy will be an added advantage.
22.3.3 REMUNERATION
 According to Government pay scale TGS G and other attractive fringe benefits
23.0 TANZANIA ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DESIGN ORGANIZATION (TEMDO)
Tanzania Engineering and Manufacturing Design Organization (TEMDO) is an applied Engineering Research and Development institution established through Parliament Act No 23 of 1980 which became operational in July 1982. TEMDO operates under the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MIT). TEMDO is based at Njiro Hills in the City of Arusha.
23.1 PRINCIPAL ENGINEER I- 2 POST-RE-ADVERTISED
23.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Plan, direct and supervise all activities related to tenders, designing, inspection and administration;
 Evaluate and administration of supply contracts and establishment of standards and final preparation of specifications for plant, machines and equipment;
 Control and supervise all activities of the workshops and field work including repair and overhaul of plant, mechanical equipment and manufacture works;
 Monitor and control funds allocated to projects, workshops and general manufacturing activities;
 Prepare performance progress reports, daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annually;
 Assess and advise on workshop, facilities, human resource and training requirements;
 Develop long term plans and strategies for equipment management and workshop improvement and development programs;
 Perform any other duties assigned by his seniors.
23.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Masters Degree either in Mechanical, Production, Maintenance or Manufacturing Engineering from a recognized institution
 Served in the grade of Principal Engineer II or comparable and relevant position in the Public Service for at least three (3) years
 Bachelor Degree either in Mechanical Engineering or Chemical and Process from a recognized institution
 Be registered by the Engineers Registration Board (ERB)
23.1.3 REMUNERATION
 Attractive remuneration salary according to institution`s scale: PGSS 18
23.2 ARTISAN II-1POSTS-RE-ADVERTISED
23.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 Perform machining, fitting and fabrication of various parts;
 Carry out repair and maintenance works of machines, equipment and tools;
 Perform any other duties assigned by his senior.
23.2.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Certificate of Secondary School Examinations (CSEE) or National Form IV Certificate;
 Trade Test Grade I in Welding and Fabrication with three years of working experience.
23.2.3 REMUNERATION
 Attractive remuneration salary according to institution`s scale: PGSS 6/7
24.0 PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLIES PROFESSIONALS AND TECHNICIANS BOARD (PSPTB)
Procurement and Supplies Professionals and Technicians Board (PSPTB) established in 2007 by Parliamentary Act No. 23 is the successor of both the National Board for Materials Management (NBMM) founded in 1981 by Parliamentary Act No.9, and Materials Management Caretaker Committee (MMCC). MMCC founded in 1978 laid down foundation for professionalism which later gave rise to the birth of NBMM.
24.1 DIRECTOR OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT - RE-ADVERTIZED
24.1.1 REPORTS TO:-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
24.1.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.
 Head of Business development Department
 Co-ordinate registration of Procurement and Supplies Professionals and Technicians.
 Ensure the dissemination of professional knowledge and information in connection with research and Consultancy work and activities of the Board.
 Manage Continued Professional Development (CPD) for the registered Procurement and Supplies Professionals.
 Managing of the profession in changing World.
 Market the institution to various stakeholders and potential customer search.
 Conduct research and consultancy assignments.
 Any other duties that may be assigned to him/her by the Executive Director.
24.1.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s degree in business administration/Commerce majoring in procurement, Logistics and Supplies, procurement and Supplies Management plus CSP/CPSP, MCIPS, with practical experience of not less than 10 years, of which 5 years in senior managerial position in a reputable organization.
 Must be registered by PSPTB in the highest rank.
24.1.4 SALARY SCALE: PSPTBSS 11
24.2 DIRECTOR OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION - RE-ADVERTIZED
24.2.1 REPORTS TO: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
24.2.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Head of Finance and Administration Department and responsible to the Executive Director.
 Plans, organizes, directs, co-ordinates and controls the efficient execution of the finance and Administration functions.
 Advises the Executive Director on the formulation of effective strategies and policies concerning the best use of the Board’s resources for financing or capital and overall financial structure, proper management of cash and receivable and the establishment of expenditure control system.
 Advise the Executive Director on effective policies strategies for staff recruitment, training discipline manpower planning.
 Promote harmonious Industrial relations through fair practice in staff promotion welfare compensation disciplinary practice and other terms and condition of services.
 Assist the Executive Director in ensuring that both staff regulations are property interpreted and observed.
 Ensure that the budgetary and accounting activities are properly guides and prepared consistently and in proper timing.
 Directs and makes close follow up of preparation of financial reports and present the same to the Executive Director
 Assist the Executive Director in ensuring that financial regulations are properly interpreted and observed by all employees.
 Any other duties as may be assigned by the Executive Director from time to time.
24.2.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s degree either in Business Administration, Human Resource Management, Accountancy or Finance plus CPA, CIMA, ACCA with a working
experience of 9 years, of which 5 years in senior managerial position in a reputable organization.
 Must be registered by relevant Professional Board.
24.2.4 SALARY SCALE: PSPTBSS 11
24.3 DIRECTOR OF PROFESSIONAL TRAINING - RE-ADVERTIZED
24.3.1 REPORTS TO: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
24.3.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.
 Head of Examination Department
 Responsible for all matters pertaining to examinations and Chief Advisor to the Executive Director in all matters concerning examinations.
 Draw up long term plans for examinations development and to ensure their implementation.
 Prepare and process all the Procurement and Supplies Management awards
 Co-ordinate moderation of institutional examinations.
 Review the Procurement and Supply Training Scheme, determine training needs in Procurement and Supplies in all the sectors an all
 The levels and advice the Executive Director on how these needs could be met.
 Advise on review the PSPTB syllabi and exemptions criteria from time to time.
 Co-ordinate and monitor curriculum development in Procurement and Supplies Training Institutions.
 Initiate and develop the PSPTB library.
 Ensure proper maintenance of training examinations records and publications.
 Any other duties that may be assigned to him by the Executive Director.
24.3.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s degree in business administration/Commerce majoring in procurement, Logistics and Supplies, procurement and Supplies Management plus CSP/CPSP, MCIPS, with practical experience in training and coordinating examinations of not less than 10 years, of which 5 years in senior managerial position in a reputable organization.
 Possession of Postgraduate Diploma in Education, or Statistics will be an added advantage.
 Must be registered with PSPTB
24.3.4 SALARY SCALE: PSPTBSS 11
24.4 CHIEF INTERNAL AUDITOR - RE-ADVERTIZED
24.4.1 REPORTS-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
24.4.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.
 Heads the internal audit section.
 Conducts internal audit inspections and ensures adherence to the set financial policies and procedures.
 Advises the Executive Director on audit reports and queries.
 Advises the Executive Director on the soundness, adequacy and application of accounting and financial controls.
 Reviews the Board’s system of internal control from time to time and recommends to the Executive Director Improvements or modifications as he/she may see it appropriate.
 Plans and organizes audit functions and audit committee meetings.
 Submits quarterly audit reports to the Executive Director.
 Performs any other duty as the Executive Director may assign.
24.4.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree in Accountancy/Finance with professional qualification i.e. CPA, ACCA or equivalent with at least 9 years working experience, of which 5 years in senior managerial position in a reputable organization.
 Must be registered with NBAA.
24.4.4 SALARY SCALE: PSPTBSS 10
24.5 MANAGER PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT UNIT - RE-ADVERTIZED
24.5.1 REPORTS - EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
24.5.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.
 Prepare and coordinate the Board’s Annual Procurement plan and related budget.
 Manage all procurement and disposal by tender activities of procuring entity except adjudication and the award of contract.
 Support the functioning of the Tender Board.
 Liaise directly with the Authority on matters within its jurisdiction.
 Act as a Secretariat to the Tender Board
 Plan the procurement and disposal by tender activities of the procuring entity.
 Recommend procurement and disposal by tender procedures
 Check and prepare statements of requirements
 Prepare advertisements of tender opportunities
 Co-ordinate the procurement and disposal activities of all the departments of the procuring entity.
 Prepare other reports as may be required from time to time.
 Supervise subordinate staff. And
 Performs other duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer
24.5.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree in Business Administration/Commerce majoring in procurement, logistics and supplies, procurement and Supplies management.
 CSP/CPSP plus work experience in a relevant field of not less than 9 years, of which 5 years in senior managerial position in a reputable organization.
 Computer application skills is essential
 Must be registered with PSPTB
24.5.4 SALARY SCALE: PSPTB
24.5.5 PRINCIPAL LEGAL OFFICER GRADE II
24.5.6 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assist in representing the Board in courts of law.
 Assist in advising the management in all legal matters.
 Prepare draft contracts for presentation to the Legal Secretary before they are finalize for management decision.
 Any other duties as may be assigned.
24.5.7 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Holder of LLM or chartered secretary and a minimum of seven years experience in a similar work.
24.5.8 REMUNERATION
 SALARY SCALE: PSPTBSS 8
24.5.9 PRINCIPAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY II
24.5.10 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Supervisor of the Information technology and computing activities;
 Makes hardware and software acquisition recommendations including helping users assess needs and providing justification for equipment and services;
 Network services supervisor;
 Manage the Information Technology based training;
 Chief advisor on all matters relating to problems with computer systems, including troubleshooting hardware and software, e-mail, network and peripheral equipment;
 Assess user training needs and trains users in effective use of applications; makes recommendations regarding hardware and software acquisitions; prepares documentation and provides user assistance to all staff; and performs related work as required;
 Create ICT based learning modules;
 Responsible for safe custody of IT equipment, control their movement and inventory;
 Assist in performing quality control procedures and functional checks of IT software and hardware in order to establish daily status of operation.
24.5.11 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree or Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electronics and Communications Sciences and have passed a professional examination (CISCO CNNA, Microsoft Certified Professionals (MCP) or Certified Novell Engineer (CNE) with at least seven years working experience.
24.5.12 REMUNERATION
SALARY SCALE PSPTBSS 8
24.5.13 PRINCIPAL CONSULTANCY COORDINATOR II
24.5.14 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Perform that function through research, evaluation and best practice implementation.
 Deal with research and consultancy assignments.
 And supervisory responsibilities.
24.5.15 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree in Procurement and Supplies Management plus CSP/CPSP or its equivalent with working experience of not less than seven years. Must be registered with the Board.
24.5.16 REMUNERATION
SALARY SCALE: PSPTBSS 8
24.5.17 PRINCIPAL CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT CO-ORDINATOR II
24.5.18 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Design curriculum.
 Develop instructional materials.
 Organize and conduct seminars for tutors/teachers.
 Monitor the activities of training for part-time tuition providers.
 Assigned additional responsibilities.
 Any other duties as may be assigned to him/her.
24.5.19 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree in Procurement and Supplies CPSP, CSP,MCIPS or its equivalent, a holder of degree in Economics, Education or Commerce and a minimum of seven years working experience in a similar work in a related organizations will be an added advantage.
24.5.20 REMUNERATION
SALARY SCALE: PSPTBSS 8
24.5.21 PRINCIPAL PLANNING OFFICER II
24.5.22 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Advice the Director of Professional Development on project development on all matters part – arising to project development.
 Ensure good coordination on the Board’s economic activities.
 Prepare annual and long term development plan.
 Evaluate project implementation and give recommendations.
24.5.23 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree in Economics, Economic Planning, Business Administration or any other related field from recognized Institution. with at least eight years working experience.
24.5.24 REMUNERATION
SALARY SCALE: PSPTBSS 9
24.5.25 PRINCIPAL EXAMINATION CO-ORDINATOR II
24.5.26 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 General administration of examinations, records data processing and controls, research and planning.
 Organize workshops and related training in research.
 Assist the Board’s CPSP candidates in the research proposals.
 Students’ reports, academic transcripts and certificates.
 Attending students academic and examination complaints
 Formulation and reviewing program and examinations regulations.
 Follow-up of Board’s Examinations Committee’s decisions.
 Publish suggested answers to examinations questions after every examination session.
 Any other duties as may be assigned to him/her by his/her immediate senior.
24.5.27 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Master’s Degree in Education, Procurement and Supplies, Economics, Commerce or Statistics or CSP /CPSP, MCIPS or its equivalent with working experience of not less than seven years in a similar job.
24.5.28 REMUNERATION
SALARY SCALE: PSPTBSS 8
24.5.29 SENIOR INTERNAL AUDITOR II
24.5.30 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Audits staff advances and loans repayment.
 Audits stock control records.
 Checks costing records for all projects.
 Performs any other duties as may be assigned by his superiors.
24.5.31 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree or Advanced Diploma in Accountancy from a recognized institution with at least five years relevant work experience
.
24.5.32 REMUNERATION
SALARY SCALE: PSPTBSS 6
24.5.33 SENIOR MARKETING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER II
24.5.34 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Make enquiries and recommend solutions with a view of improving PSPTB services to customers and the public image;
 Prepare, write, edit and print various PSPTB brochures with a view of promoting procurement and Supplies Professionals in Tanzania;
 Compile and maintain up-to-date PSPTB data base;
 Organize and participate in promotional campaigns for market penetration and evaluates the impacts thereof.
 Planning and supervising work of junior officers and giving assignments to them;
 Develop public relation policy taking into account the integrity of PSPTB mission and vision;
 Carry out research concerning image and role of PSPTB such as opinion polls press cuttings;
 Identify area of public concern or ignorance and develop a strategy to correct the situation;
 Prepare and supervise the integrated marketing programme and strategy for PSPTB services particularly consultancy services through media, website and review it periodically;
 Perform any other related duties as may be assigned.
24.5.35 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree or Advanced Diploma in Business Administration (International Relations), Marketing, Economics, or its equivalent from recognized institution with at least five years working experience.
24.5.36 REMUNERATION
 SALARY SCALE: PSPTBSS 6
25.0 TANZANIA TOBACCO BOARD
The Tanzania Tobacco Board is a crop regulatory body established under the Tobacco Industry Act No. 24 of 2001 (as amended by Crop Laws (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act No. 20 of 2009). The main regulatory responsibilities of the Board as mandated by Section five (5) of the aforementioned legislation are:-
 Formulation, implementation and enforcement of policies guidelines and standards aimed at regulating and improving the performance of the tobacco industry in Tanzania;
 Provision of advice to the Minister responsible for Agriculture and Government in general on all matters related to the tobacco Industry; and
 Promotion and development of a conducive environment for effective and fair competition to all stakeholders in the tobacco industry.
25.1 CROP DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATORY SERVICES OFFICER II- 4 POSTS- RE- ADVERTISED
25.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assist in conducting field crop inspection and evaluation in order to establish correct crop estimates;
 Assist conducting field tobacco classification;
 Compile production and marketing statistics and draft reports;
 Assist organize and provide efficient tobacco classification;
 Administer tobacco market operations;
 Assist in carrying out verification inspections on tobacco inputs to conform to the approved standards.
25.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor degree in Agriculture General from a recognized University/Institution.
25.1.3 REMURATION:TBGS 5
26.0 THE INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL WORK (ISW)
TheInstitute 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.
26.1 LECTURER – 1 POST
26.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Lecturer students
 Assist students to develop their research and project work
 Setting examinations, invigilating, marking and timely production of examination results
 Supervision of research and consultancy work
 Plan and design training exercises for students
 Undertaking individual research and participating in big multidisciplinary research projects
 Preparing manuals simulations and case studies for students
 Working on consultancy projects
 Coaching junior academic staff.
26.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 PhD either in Social Work, Sociology, Psychology or Community Development who is eligible for registration as technical teacher. Must have published at least two peer -reviewed papers.
26.1.3 REMUNERATION
 Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institutions salary scale
27.0 ARUSHA TECHNICAL COLLEGE (ATC)
The Arusha Technical College (ATC) is an autonomous institution established by the government notice no. 78 of 30th march 2007 that replaced the then technical college arusha that existed since 1978. the vision of Arusha Technical College is
to be a centre of excellence in training, research and consultancy in science and technology in africa by 2020.
27.1 TUTORIAL ASSISTANT – 1 POST
27.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Teaching up to NTA level 7 (higher diploma);
 Assists in conducting tutorial and practical exercises for students under close
 Supervision;
 Prepares learning resources for tutorial exercises;
 Assists in conducting research under close supervision;
 Carries out consultancy and community services under close supervision; and
 Performs any other duties as assigned by supervisor.
27.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor degree or equivalent in relevant field specialized in lapidary and jewellery technology / mineral processing/ mining/ engineering/ geology.
X.M. DAUDI
Secretary
Public Service Recruitment Secretariat

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