Chief of Party at RTI International, Tanzania



Chief of Party

Tanzania National and Local Government Authority Health Systems Strengthening



RTI International is seeking Chief of Party (COP) candidates for an anticipated USAID-funded

national health systems strengthening project in Tanzania. The purpose of this project is to

strengthen the health care system, largely focusing on the public sector, at the national and local

government authority level. Specifically, efforts will focus on improving governance, finance, human

resources for health, and information components of the health system. The Chief of Party provides

technical leadership and managerial oversight for the project, and ensures timely implementation

and reporting of activities. The position will be based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.



Responsibilities

• Provide vision and strategic technical leadership for the project.

• Serve as RTI’s representative to USAID, Government of Tanzania, Ministry of Health and

Social Welfare (MOHSW), Prime Minister’s Office-Regional Administrative and Local

Government (PMO-RALG), President’s Office Public Service Management (PO-PSM),

Ministry of Finance (MOF), Tanzanian Commission for AIDS (TACAIDS), Local Government

Agencies (LGAs), NGOs, FBOs, CBOs and community stakeholders.

• Responsible for ensuring the timely communication with, and reporting to USAID|Tanzania.

• Ensure that the project activities are meeting client and stakeholder expectations and that

project results are proactively disseminated.

• Responsible for addressing contract-related issues, including ensuring that RTI financial

controls and systems comply with generally accepted accounting practices that meet USAID

standards, and that all activity-procured materials and equipment are safeguarded and

prudently and responsibly used.

• Responsible for the overall planning, implementation and management of the project and

for establishing the administrative framework to monitor and assure progress toward the

achievement of the goals and objectives of the project. Ensure the timely and quality

completion of required reports.

• Develop and implement annual program work and performance milestone plans and

negotiate an agreement of those plans with USAID, subcontractors and other stakeholders.

• Responsible for oversight and direction to all long- and short-term personnel under the

contract.

• Represent the project on behalf of RTI in regional or key global meetings, consultative

sessions and conferences.



Minimum Requirements:

• Masters Degree in Public Health, Health Economics, Health Policy or a related field.

• At least 12 years’ experience managing and leading technical and administrative teams for

complex integrated health projects in Africa. Experience in Tanzania will be preferred.

• Expertise in any of the following technical components of health systems strengthening:

human resources for health, governance, health finance, and/or health management

information systems.

• Excellent knowledge of national issues impacting health service delivery and demonstrated

success strengthening local strengthening local government institutions.

• Experience working as a COP for USG-funded project is highly desirable with proven

capacity to effectively manage staff and project funds. • Demonstrated professional excellence in health program management including experience

in the following: client relationship management, developing program work plans,

developing program budgets, managing program implementation, and managing technical

assistance teams.

• Demonstrated capacity to build and maintain productive working relationships with a wide

network of partners and stakeholders.

• Strong knowledge of USAID administrative, management and reporting procedures and

systems along with strategic program planning, management, supervision, and budgeting

expertise.

• Must have strong oral and written communication and presentation skills in English (tested

FSI R4/S4). Fluency in Kiswahili will be a significant asset.

• Strong proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite applications.

• Willingness and ability to travel frequently within Tanzania.



TO APPLY: Interested candidates should submit a CV with current contact information via

www.rti.org/job15093. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted. This position is contingent

upon award and funding.



RTI is proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V.

Governance Advisor at RTI International, Tanzania



Governance Advisor

Tanzania National and Local Government Authority Health Systems Strengthening

RTI International is seeking Governance Advisor candidates for an anticipated USAID-funded national

health systems strengthening project in Tanzania. The purpose of this project is to strengthen the health

care system, largely focusing on the public sector, at the national and Local Government Authorities

(LGA) levels. Specifically, efforts will focus on improving governance, finance, human resources for

health, and information components of the health system. The Governance Advisor provides technical

leadership to strengthen the transparent use of resources and enable citizen engagement in planning and

monitoring to produce results in health care at the national and LGA levels. The position will be based in

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.


Responsibilities:
• Actively participate in project annual work planning, design, implementation, and reporting
particularly related to governance activities designed to strengthen the health system.
• Lead and contribute to informing and operationalizing key strategies, policies and guidance for
the strengthening of the health system.
• Provide technical support for the successful implementation of project activities designed to:
o Build capacity for leadership and governance, covering laws and policies, oversight,
decentralization, accountability, and stewardship.
o Support efforts to develop frameworks for monitoring and evaluating health governance.
o Promote the integration of governance, health financing, and health systems operations.
• Identify practical approaches to apply governance improvement methodologies to the health
sector, particularly those related to accountability and anti-corruption, management, institutional
development, and policies.
• Support the development and application of tools and approaches for promoting citizen and civil
society engagement and participation in health policies and programming.
• Provide technical expertise and leadership to clients and counterparts, including host government
leaders with guidance and technical assistance that enables them to understand policy options and
strategies for improving health governance.
• Ensure the timely and quality completion of all relevant program deliverables and reporting.
• Mentor and support development of supervisees. Other duties as assigned


Qualifications:
• Masters Degree in public health, public administration, health administration, finance, business
administration, or advanced degree in a related field is required.
• Minimum of 9 years of demonstrated technical expertise, with substantial experience in the
facilitation of applied health governance activities in Tanzania.
Proven ability to develop effective working relationships with USAID, government counterparts
at all levels, local organizations, and other program partners.
• Strong organizational, interpersonal and management skills.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills in English and Kiswahili required


TO APPLY: Interested candidates should submit a CV with current contact information to
GHrecruitment@rti.org and indicate the position title in the subject title. Only short listed applicants
will be contacted. Position is contingent upon funding of award.

RTI is proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V.

Personal Secretary II (1 Post)


POSITION DESCRIPTION:



From the Guardian of 23rd April
Ardhi University has vacant positions in the Academic and Administrative cadre. The University subscribes to the policy of a 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:
Female candidates with requisite qualifications are highly encouraged to apply.
B: ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS

Personal Secretary II (1 Post) Re-advertised
Qualification & Experience: Holder of Form IV/Vl Certificate with passes in English and Kiswahili plus Diploma in Secretarial Studies from a recognised institution and Shorthand/Hatimkato 100/120 w.p.m., typing 50 w.p.m, tabulation and manuscript stage III with working experience of at least three years in a similar position.
Duties:
Handles confidential matters. Follows – up outstanding replies Coordinates office requirements.
Keeps diary of events and appointments. Ensures office orderliness and neatness.
Ensures that the respective office is punctually open.
Performs any other secretarial related duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer
NOTE:
Remuneration: Successful candidates will be offered attractive salaries within the PGSS scale.




How to Apply

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:



C: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL APPLICANTS
1. All academic awards should be from recognized Universities and Institutions.
2. All applicants must submit signed application letters accompanied with the following:
i) Copies of relevant academic and professional certificates;
ii) Three names and complete addresses of referees;
iii) Current CV
3. Age limit: Not above 45 years
4. All applicants for academic posts should indicate in their application letter the name of the School/Institute to which they are applying.
5. Applications should reach the University by using the address below not later than two (2) weeks from the date of publication of this advertisement.
6. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.
7. Further information about the University can be obtained through www.aru.ac.tz

The Deputy Vice Chancellor,
(Planning, Finance and Administration) Ardhi University,
P.O. Box 35176,
Dar es Salaam.


IF YOU ARE QUALIFIED FOR THIS POSITION
PLEASE FOLLOW THE APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

LECTURER/ASSISTANT LECTURER (REAL ESTATES STUDIES )


POSITION DESCRIPTION:



From the Guardian of 23rd April
Ardhi University has vacant positions in the Academic and Administrative cadre. The University subscribes to the policy of a 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:
Female candidates with requisite qualifications are highly encouraged to apply.
A: ACADEMIC POSITIONS /PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND DUTIES
1. School of Real Estates Studies
a) Position: Lecturer/Assistant Lecturer (1 Post)
b) Area of Specialization:
Holder of PhD/LLM with specialization in Land Law/Administration or Having a Dissertation in Land Law Topics
The Applicants must have an overall GPA of3.8 in their first degree
Duties: Successful candidate is expected to;
i) Teaches General Law, Land Law/Administration and related courses to undergraduate and postgraduate students.
ii) Conducts research and publish in his/her areas of specialization.
iii) Carries out consultancy and public service delivery.


How to Apply

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:



C: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL APPLICANTS
1. All academic awards should be from recognized Universities and Institutions.
2. All applicants must submit signed application letters accompanied with the following:
i) Copies of relevant academic and professional certificates;
ii) Three names and complete addresses of referees;
iii) Current CV
3. Age limit: Not above 45 years
4. All applicants for academic posts should indicate in their application letter the name of the School/Institute to which they are applying.
5. Applications should reach the University by using the address below not later than two (2) weeks from the date of publication of this advertisement.
6. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.
7. Further information about the University can be obtained through www.aru.ac.tz

The Deputy Vice Chancellor,
(Planning, Finance and Administration) Ardhi University,
P.O. Box 35176,
C: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL APPLICANTS
1. All academic awards should be from recognized Universities and Institutions.
2. All applicants must submit signed application letters accompanied with the following:
i) Copies of relevant academic and professional certificates;
ii) Three names and complete addresses of referees;
iii) Current CV
3. Age limit: Not above 45 years
4. All applicants for academic posts should indicate in their application letter the name of the School/Institute to which they are applying.
5. Applications should reach the University by using the address below not later than two (2) weeks from the date of publication of this advertisement.
6. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.
7. Further information about the University can be obtained through www.aru.ac.tz

The Deputy Vice Chancellor,
(Planning, Finance and Administration) Ardhi University,


IF YOU ARE QUALIFIED FOR THIS POSITION
PLEASE FOLLOW THE APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Planning Officer II (IPost) at Ardhi University, Tanzania


POSITION DESCRIPTION:



From the Guardian of 23rd April
Ardhi University has vacant positions in the Academic and Administrative cadre. The University subscribes to the policy of a 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:
Female candidates with requisite qualifications are highly encouraged to apply.
B: ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS

Planning Officer II (IPost)
Qualification & Experience: Holder of First Degree in Economics/Educational Planning/Engineering Management/Statistics or any other relevant field with working experience of at least three years in a similar position, plus lCT skills.
Duties
Develops methodologies for data collection on various aspects of University operational programmes. Designs and reviews data collection instruments.
Analyses and evaluates information gathered.
Assesses the systems’ clientele needs.
Analyses programme loads and implementation techniques.
Finds out operational efficiency of the programme using costs and other indicators. Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by one’s reporting officer.




How to Apply

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:



C: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL APPLICANTS
1. All academic awards should be from recognized Universities and Institutions.
2. All applicants must submit signed application letters accompanied with the following:
i) Copies of relevant academic and professional certificates;
ii) Three names and complete addresses of referees;
iii) Current CV
3. Age limit: Not above 45 years
4. All applicants for academic posts should indicate in their application letter the name of the School/Institute to which they are applying.
5. Applications should reach the University by using the address below not later than two (2) weeks from the date of publication of this advertisement.
6. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.
7. Further information about the University can be obtained through www.aru.ac.tz

The Deputy Vice Chancellor,
(Planning, Finance and Administration) Ardhi University,
P.O. Box 35176,
Dar es Salaam.


IF YOU ARE QUALIFIED FOR THIS POSITION
PLEASE FOLLOW THE APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

LECTURER/ASSISTANT LECTURER, ARDHI UNIVERSITY TANZANIA


POSITION DESCRIPTION:



From the Guardian of 23rd April
Ardhi University has vacant positions in the Academic and Administrative cadre. The University subscribes to the policy of a 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:
Female candidates with requisite qualifications are highly encouraged to apply.
A: ACADEMIC POSITIONS /PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND DUTIES
2. School of Geospatial Science and Technology (SGST) -.;
a) Position: Lecturer/Assistant Lecturer (2 Posts)
b) Area of Specialization: (i) Holder ofPhD/MSc in Geoinformatics (I Post); and (ii) Holder ofMSc.in Mathematics (1 Post)
The Applicants must have an overall GP A of 3.8 in their first degree in Geoinformatics; GPA of3.5 and above in Mathematics
Duties: Successful candidates are expected to;
i) Teaches undergraduate and postgraduate students.
ii) Conducts research and publish in their areas of specialization.
iii) Carries out consultancy and public service delivery.
NOTE:
Remuneration: Successful candidates will be offered attractive salaries within the PUTS scale.




How to Apply

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:



: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL APPLICANTS
1. All academic awards should be from recognized Universities and Institutions.
2. All applicants must submit signed application letters accompanied with the following:
i) Copies of relevant academic and professional certificates;
ii) Three names and complete addresses of referees;
iii) Current CV
3. Age limit: Not above 45 years
4. All applicants for academic posts should indicate in their application letter the name of the School/Institute to which they are applying.
5. Applications should reach the University by using the address below not later than two (2) weeks from the date of publication of this advertisement.
6. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.
7. Further information about the University can be obtained through www.aru.ac.tz

The Deputy Vice Chancellor,
(Planning, Finance and Administration) Ardhi University,
P.O. Box 35176,
Dar es Salaam.


IF YOU ARE QUALIFIED FOR THIS POSITION
PLEASE FOLLOW THE APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Monitoring & Evaluation Director at IntraHealth International, Tanzania





Requisition Number 14-0025
Post Date 4/23/2014
Title Monitoring & Evaluation Director
City Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Position Type Proposal (Contingent Upon Award)

Description For over 30 years, in more than 90 countries, IntraHealth International has empowered health workers to better serve communities in need. IntraHealth fosters local solutions to health care challenges by improving health worker performance, strengthening health systems, harnessing technology, and leveraging partnerships.

In collaboration with governments, nongovernmental organizations, and private-sector organizations around the world, IntraHealth champions the needs and contributions of health workers—from doctors and nurses to community health workers to health facility managers—and works to ensure they have the tools, supplies, information, training, and support they need to provide communities they serve with the best possible opportunity for health and well-being.

IntraHealth International is seeking a Monitoring and Evaluation Director to be based in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
The Monitoring and Evaluation Director is charged with the monitoring and evaluation of the project as a whole, providing technical leadership in monitoring and evaluation, results reporting, and knowledge management, as well as assuring innovation and efficacy in project interventions.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
• Provide strategic and technical leadership to the project in monitoring and evaluation, results reporting, and knowledge management.
• Demonstrated experience in and knowledge of PEPFAR reporting requirement and procedures including annual and semi-annual reports, country operational plans and target setting.
• Proven ability to lead data quality assessments and other activities to ensure the accuracy and integrity of program data.
• Lead the development and implementation of the project’s annual performance monitoring and evaluation plan and the M&E budget.
• Review and approve all country monitoring plans and ensure that they fit within the overall project PMP.
• Oversee the collection of information and the documentation of progress towards results, following guidance provided by the donor and the M&E Department in Chapel Hill.
• Conduct in-country site visits to support data collection/reporting and validate program data.
• Support the process of developing and presenting quarterly and annual project progress reports to the donor.
• Lead in the dissemination and utilization of project results to inform project operations and share lessons learned with a global audience.
• Serve as supervisor for results and knowledge management team members, setting performance expectations and conducting performance reviews.
• Assess research needs and opportunities and design and implement field operations research.
• Develop a repository of tools, guidelines and reference documents for M&E that may be used by, and are easily accessible to, staff globally.
• Work with other project staff to ensure that they understand their responsibilities with respect to M&E and have the needed technical knowledge in M&E. M&E background in HIV care and support, OVC, and health system strengthening.
• Participate in country Technical Working Groups and other interagency groups and fora.



Requirements PhD preferred or other advanced degree in public health, epidemiology, demography, biostatistics, educational testing and measurement, statistics or other closely related fields. Eight or more years successful experience in Monitoring and Evaluation, including performance monitoring, designing and implementing health program evaluation and applied research in developing country setting. Able to develop appropriate PMPs, results frameworks, M&E plans and PEPFAR reporting requirements and procedures. Five or more years’ experience leading and managing a professional staff. Experience with USAID or USAID contractor preferred.
• Ability to develop project work plans and budgets.
• Demonstrated experience in research and evaluation designs and methods.
• Record of publishing in peer-reviewed journals and other venues preferred.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills in English.
• Ability to travel up to 25% of the time, sometimes on short notice.
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Training Officer at IntraHealth International. Tanzania








Requisition Number 14-0023
Post Date 4/22/2014
Title Training Officer
City Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Position Type Proposal (Contingent Upon Award)

Description For over 30 years, in more than 100 countries, IntraHealth International has empowered health workers to better serve communities in need. IntraHealth fosters local solutions to health care challenges by improving health worker performance, strengthening health systems, harnessing technology, and leveraging partnerships.

In collaboration with governments, nongovernmental organizations, and private-sector organizations around the world, IntraHealth champions the needs and contributions of health workers—from doctors and nurses to community health workers to health facility managers—and works to ensure they have the tools, supplies, information, training, and support they need to provide communities they serve with the best possible opportunity for health and well-being.

IntraHealth International is seeking a Training Officer to be based in Dar Es Salaam. This position is contingent upon available funding.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
The Training Officer will hire and oversee a cadre of national FP trainers and be responsible for ensuring the logistics, support, and quality assurance of all aspects of training implementation. This includes overall trainer supervision and trainer performance management, collecting ongoing feedback and ensuring its integration for refinement of training curricula and approaches, choosing and negotiating venue(s), transport and payment disbursement. The Training Officer will also be expected to actively contribute to the co-creation of and reporting on monitoring and evaluation (M&E) indicators by which the overall program will be assessed. Likewise, this role will be expected to liaise effectively with other project staff and stakeholder partners.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
• Work with program staff, stakeholders, and key contacts at the district level to determine and secure appropriate training venues; transport options for trainees and staff; coordinate scheduling of training delivery;
• Oversee performance of training staff needed for training in short term and long acting methods of family planning to national and facility trainers and providers; and ensure payment of trainees and training staff;
• Report progress as required;
• Liaise with program stakeholders including Ministry of Health and Social Welfare;
• Work collaboratively with other program staff to facilitate training as set out in the annual workplan; and
• Ensure that training is being delivered on time and within budget.

Requirements Master’s Degree or higher in Social Work (MSW), Education or other related fields and at least 6 years of training experience, or a Bachelor’s in a Health Science or Education with at least 8 years of training experience. At least 6 years of experience with training adults, preferably in the field of Family Planning and Long-Acting and Permanent Methods, and in Gender Based Violence. Experience and skills in coaching, mentoring and managing performance. Additional requirements are noted below.

• Demonstrated teaming qualities including effective listening skills, conflict resolution/transformation skills, effective participatory decision-making strategies, and interpersonal skills that lead to collective ownership by stakeholders and partners in the project’s end results; and
• Excellent planning and scheduling skills with a demonstrated ability to multi-task detailed complex tasks concurrently bringing them in on time and within budget;
• Skills in monitoring and evaluation;
• Demonstrated flexibility to manage change and retool plans as needed, within a specific timeframe and budget;
• Ability to analyze information and evaluate results to choose the best solution for a problem in an efficient and timely manner;
• Ability to work independently and on a team while implementing multiple tasks:
• Computer literacy with standard business software (including Word, Excel and Power Point);
• Effective written and oral communication in both English and Kiswahili; and
• Willingness to travel within the country 40% of his/her work time.

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Gender Based Violence Advisor at IntraHealth International, Tanzania









Requisition Number 14-0022
Post Date 4/22/2014
Title Gender Based Violence Advisor
City Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Position Type Proposal (Contingent Upon Award)

Description For over 30 years, in more than 100 countries, IntraHealth International has empowered health workers to better serve communities in need. IntraHealth fosters local solutions to health care challenges by improving health worker performance, strengthening health systems, harnessing technology, and leveraging partnerships.

In collaboration with governments, nongovernmental organizations, and private-sector organizations around the world, IntraHealth champions the needs and contributions of health workers—from doctors and nurses to community health workers to health facility managers—and works to ensure they have the tools, supplies, information, training, and support they need to provide communities they serve with the best possible opportunity for health and well-being.

IntraHealth International is seeking a Gender Based Violence (GBV) Advisor to be based in Dar Es Salaam. This position is contingent upon available funding.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
The GBV Advisor will provide technical leadership and assistance in the planning, organizing, implementing, and monitoring and evaluating of all gender integration activities for an upcoming project.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
• Provide the most up-to-date technical programmatic support in GBV strategies and integration into Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) services, while ensuring compliance with the government, donor and project requirements and standards.
• In collaboration with regional and district teams, oversee, supervise and manage performance of all sites implementing GBV and other gender integration activities Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) in supported districts.
• Support all project GBV training activities including trainings on GBV clinical management and referral to health care workers in supported facilities and orientation training to support personnel and responsible police units.
• Oversee the development of district directories of GBV resources in order to clarify the supportive referral points that are available to GBV survivors.
• Develop annual GBV work plan and budget in consultation with other program team members, finance and M&E team, and monitor the implementation of GBV strategies and work plans.
• Identify and monitor GBV-related project indicators.
• Conduct/support institutional GBV audits and service-level GBV sensitivity assessments and use data to promote GBV integration and improved service quality.
• Coordinate program work with other donors and implementing partners, e.g., United States Government President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) GBV Initiative partners.
• Maintain up-to-date statistics and GBV program data in collaboration with the M&E department for the project’s performance reporting.
• Assist in gender assessment for the project and design of gender strategy
• Document best practices and lessons learned in implementing GBV integration activities in the project. Write reports, success stories, technical briefs and abstracts for presentations.

Requirements Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field or Master’s degree in gender, health and development, or public health and 6 or more years work experience, at least 3 of which should be in GBV and SRH. Experience as a trainer with a strong track record of implementing training strategies and programs. Experience working with a range of local government officials and government health facilities and with international donor-funded programs is desirable. Conversant with national GBV health sector response policies and guidelines, human rights, ethics, and forensics. Additional requirements include:

• Ability to function in a leadership capacity, independently and in team settings;
• Conceptual thinker with excellent organizational skills, time management skills and attention to detail;
• Strong oral and written English and Kiswahili communication skills and fluency in both languages;
• Computer literacy with standard business software (including Word, Excel and Power Point);
• Must be capable of working independently to implement the duties described above; and
• Willingness to travel within the country 40% of his/her work time.

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Director of Monitoring, Evaluation and Research









Requisition Number 14-0020
Post Date 4/10/2014
Title Director of Monitoring, Evaluation and Research
City Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Position Type Direct Employment

Description IntraHealth International is soliciting applications from suitable candidate to fill the following position of a Director of Monitoring, Evaluation and Research for a PERFAR/CDC funded project namely Tanzania HIV Prevention Project (THPP). The project supports MOHSW/NACP in in strengthening, expanding and sustaining high quality HIV testing and counseling services, voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) for HIV prevention, efforts to address Gender Based violence clinical services and other biomedical interventions for preventing HIV/AIDS. The position will be based in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.

Reporting to the Project Director, the Director of Monitoring, Evaluation and Research, will provide technical leadership in monitoring and evaluation of the project as a whole, results reporting, and knowledge management, as well as assuring innovation and efficacy in project interventions.


PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
As a key member of staff, reporting to the Project Director, the Director of Monitoring, Evaluation and Research will be accountable for orchestrating all the Research, M&E program activities of the THPP and achieving all M&E and research related program results.

S/He will provide the M&E technical leadership and guidance to all project elements and provide ongoing technical assistance to project implementing partners; will be responsible for the development, implementation, and maintenance of effective monitoring, evaluation and reporting systems that reflect IntraHealth International’s strategic direction and priorities. S/He will work in close partnership with IntraHealth project staffs and project partner organizations and government institutions to oversee all M&E activities. S/He will be the point contact person for all M&E &R related issues at IntraHealth/Tanzania.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
• Oversee development of project’s Performance Monitoring Plan (PMP) and revise annually: participate in the project’s targets formulation process based upon knowledge of indicators for the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and the project PMP indicators.
• Oversee the design, collection and monitoring of all M&E&R activities under THPP; this includes protocol development, developing data collection tools and sampling methodology, supervising and/or conducting fieldwork, applying for Ethics Review, conducting data analysis and interpretation of findings. This includes developing and/updating the M&E operational plan; contributing to global reports, updating and/or implementing any other M&E product as needed.
• Support the development and/or implementation of a routine data quality assurance process to maintain adequate quality control in all aspects of M&E&R from data collection to results’ reporting.
• Participate in the development and management of strategic plan, project proposals, COP, annual Continuation applications and budgets
• Review implementing partners reports in collaboration with program team and provide feedback to the partners based on their performance.
• Prepare or support routine reports, abstracts, presentations, brochures, project summary sheets, newsletters etc. Present at conferences or meetings when required.
• Ensure that M&E activities are outlined and supported in the technical partner sub-agreement SOWs and budgets; provide technical support to assure implementation, and contribute to IntraHealth efforts to generate new business;

Capacity Building
• Develop the capacity of project staffs and partners in M&E and research through personal collaboration, on-the-job training and training workshops.

Information Management and Reporting
• Take a lead in preparation of PEPFAR semi-annual and annual reports as well as donors quarterly, annual narrative project reports in close collaboration with project staffs
• Provide information in response to ad hoc internal and external requests
• Communicate M&E and research results to internal and external audiences orally and in writing
• Develop and update the project’s results plan and follow up on data collection and dissemination of best practices and lessons learned
• Ensure M&E data is entered and updated regularly in IntraHealth result database, PROMIS, TRAINSMART and other databases.
Learning and networking
• Liaise with stakeholders and represent the project at relevant forums, conferences and workshops on M&E and research issues as requested by the Project director
• Keep up-to-date with developments in M&E and research, including best practice examples within the country and internationally
• Perform other duties as assigned by Project Director.

Requirements PhD or other advanced degree in public health, epidemiology, demography, biostatistics, social sciences or other closely related field and 8 or more years successful experience in Monitoring and Evaluation, including performance monitoring, designing and implementing health program evaluation and applied research in health, HIV/AIDS, or Health System Strengthening with demonstrated supervision experience. Intimate knowledge, understanding and experience of the Ministry of Health structures and systems in Tanzania. Able to develop appropriate PMPs, results frameworks, M&E plans, PEPFAR reports and other required documents. Five or more years’ experience leading and managing a professional staff. Demonstrated experience in program evaluation including baseline assessments, mid-term, end line and process evaluations and other special studies. Experience should include writing protocols, data collection plans and instruments, analyzing data and producing reports.

• Be familiar with USG reporting regulations and have significant experience with PEPFAR reporting requirements
• Possess demonstrated skills in quantitative data analysis and data management as well as demonstrated analytical skills and experience in identifying and evaluating best practices and state-of-the-art approaches to be utilized by the project. Experience in qualitative research methods and practices highly desired.
• Proficiency in analytical databases (e.g. SPSS, EPI-Info, Atlas.ti; NVivo) as well as strong skills in Excel, Word, Access and Power Point
• Excellent written and oral communication skills in English and Swahili with proven ability to document and articulate results
• Ability to communicate and coordinate effectively with donors, MOH, project partners and to provide technical M&E leadership and represent intrahealth.
• Travel 35% of the time in Tanzania and collegially with other MOHSW, IntraHealth team members as well as all USG and project partners.

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Freelancers ( 455 Posts) at Tanzania Postal Bank - One Year Contract

FREELANCERS - ONE YEAR CONTRACT


(455 VACANT POSTS)


Tanzania Postal Bank (TPB) seeks to appoint dedicated, self motivated and highly organized Freelancers (455 positions ) to join the Bank in Marketing Department team. They will be responsible to support Sales Activities. These positions are for:-


1. Dar es Salaam 100 positions


2. Mbeya 25 positions


3. Mwanza 25 positions


4 . Arusha 25 positions


5. Zanzibar 10 positions


6. Dodoma 15 positions


7 . Tanga10 positions


8. Morogoro 15 positions


9. Tabora15 positions


10.Mtwara 5 positions


11.Lindi 3 positions


12.Iringa 10 positions


13.Shinyanga 10 positions


14.Manyara 5 positions


15.Kilimanjaro 15 positions


16.Kigoma 15 positions


17. Sumbawanga 10 positions


18.Mara 10 positions


19.Kagera 10 positions


20.Kahama 15 positions


21. Tunduma10 positions


22.Songea 10 positions


23.Geita 10 positions


24.Makambako 10 positions


25.Njombe 10 positions


26.Mpanda 10 positions




27. Kyela 5 positions


28.Pemba 3 positions


29.Korogwe 3 positions


30.Nachingwea 3 positions


31.Peramiho 2 positions


32.Kilwa 3 positions


33.Masasi 3 positions


34.Usa river 10 positions


35.Sengerema 2 positions


36.Peramiho 2 positions


NOTE: When applying, please indicate the region of interest, convenience and comfort.


Reporting Line: Team Leaders


Location: Head Office , Dar es Salaam


Work Schedule: As per TPB Staff regulations


Salary: Competitive salary.




Main Purpose of the Job




� Conducting personal selling by soliciting customers outside the branch and convince them to open accounts


� Identifying new markets (potential) for new business


� Promoting and selling the bank’s products and service


� Cross-selling of bank’s products with TPB POPOTE


� Undertaking any other duty as may be assigned by his/her team leader - Sales


Qualifications, Experience and Skills required:


Education: Form Four Leavers/Diploma/Degree Holders


Experience: Added advantage






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Skills / Attributes:Aggressiveness Resilience and resourcefulness Strong influencing skills Performance orientation
High level of interpersonal skills


Strong commercial acumen Knowledge of Tanzanian customs and banking products.


Salary and Remuneration


The position attracts a competitive salary package, which include other fringe benefits.




Mode of Application


Applicants are invited to submit their resume, credentials and testimonials (indicating the position title in the subject heading) via e-mail to: recruitment@postalbank.co.tz



Deadline


The deadline for submitting the applications is two weeks from 23rd April2014 being regarded the first appearance of the advertisement of this post in our website (www.postalbank.co.tz), TPB all (for internal candidates and local Newspaper.The Deadline is therefore 6th May 2014




Tanzania Postal Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer


A candidate, who will not be contacted by Tanzania Postal Bank within seven (7) days after the closing date, should consider his application as unsuccessful. Late applications will not be considered. Short listed candidates may be subjected to any of the following: a security clearance; a competency assessment and reference checking.







Please forward your applications before 6th May, 2014

Team Leaders ( 94 Posts) at Tanzania Postal Bank, - Three Months Contract

TEAM LEADERS - THREE MONTHS CONTRACT


(94 POSITIONS)


Tanzania Postal Bank (TPB) seeks to appoint dedicated, self motivated and highly organized Team leaders (94 positions) to join the Bank in Marketing D epartment team. They will be responsible to


Identification of potential customers/prospects for the growth of bank deposits and customer base. These positions are for:-


1. Dar es Salaam 20 positions


2. Mbeya 5 positions


3. Mwanza 5 positions


4 . Arusha 5 positions


5. Zanzibar 2 positions


6. Dodoma 3 positions


7 . Tanga2 positions


8. Morogoro 3 positions


9. Tabora3 positions


10.Mtwara 2 position


11.Lindi 1 position


12.Iringa 2 positions


13.Shinyanga 2 positions


14.Manyara 1 position


15.Kilimanjaro 3 positions


16.Kigoma 3 positions


17. Sumbawanga 2 positions


18.Mara 2 positions


19.Kagera 2 positions


20.Kahama 3 positions


21. Tunduma2 positions


22.Songea 2 positions


23.Geita 2 positions


24.Makambako 2 positions


25.Njombe 2 positions




26.Mpanda 2 positions


27. Kyela 1 position


28.Pemba 1 position


29.Korogwe 1 position


30.Nachingwea 1 position


31.Peramiho 1 position


32.Kilwa 1 position


33.Masasi 1 position


34.Usa river 2 position


35.Sengerema 1 position


36.Peramiho 1 position


NOTE: When applying, please indicate the region of interest, convenience and comfort.


Reporting Line: Chief Manager Marketing


Location: Head Office , Dar es Salaam


Work Schedule: As per TPB Staff regulations


Salary: Competitive salary.




Main Purpose of the Job


� Conducting personal selling by soliciting customers outside the branch and convince them to open accounts
� Supervising Freelancers
� Identifying new markets (potential) for new business


� Responding to solicited customer queries
� Promoting and selling the bank’s products and services


� Cross-selling of bank’s products with TPB POPOTE


� Undertaking any other duty as may be assigned by Sales Supervisor;Branch Manager or CMPD


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:-


• Increase sales performance


• Increase customer base and deposits growth


• Agent Network expansion




Education: Form Six Leavers/Diploma/Degree Holders


Experience: Added advantage




Skills / Attributes:Digressiveness Resilience and resourcefulness Strong influencing skills Performance orientation


High level of interpersonal skills Strong commercial acumen
Knowledge of Tanzaniancustoms and banking process


Salary and Remuneration


The position attracts a competitive salary package, which include other fringe benefits.




Mode of Application


Applicants are invited to submit their resume, credentials and testimonials (indicating the position title in the subject heading) via e-mail to: recruitment@postalbank.co.tz



Deadline


The deadline for submitting the applications is two weeks from 23rd April2014 being regarded the first appearance of the advertisement of this post in our website (www.postalbank.co.tz), TPB all (for internal candidates and local Newspaper.The Deadline is therefore 6th May 2014




Tanzania Postal Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer


A candidate, who will not be contacted by Tanzania Postal Bank within seven (7) days after the closing date, should consider his application as unsuccessful. Late applications will not be considered. Short listed candidates may be subjected to any of the following: a security clearance; a competency assessment and reference checking.



Please forward your applications before 6th May, 2014

Various Jobs Advertised by SUMATRA Tanzania ( 24 - Job Posts)






The Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority (SUMATRA) is a Government Regulatory Authority established by the SUMATRA Act, CAP 413. SUMATRA’s role is to regulate, promote and facilitate availability of efficient, safe, quality and reliable transport services in the Surface and Marine Transport sub-sectors through competitive and fair trade practices.


SUMATRA is an equal opportunity employer and it intends to recruit qualified, competent, dynamic and self-motivated Tanzanians to fill the following vacant positions:


1.0 SENIOR TARIFFS & COMPETITION OFFICER (Head Office, Dar es Salaam)- 1 Post -REF No. 401


Senior Tariffs & Competition Officer reports to Manager, Tariffs & Competition.


1.1 Duties and Responsibilities


i) To assist in assessing the competitiveness of charges levied in supplying the services and their conduciveness to sector growth and/or affordability to consumers;


ii) To assist in conducting systematic market studies, assessments and comparison of pricing of marine and surface transport services, nationally and internationally (benchmarking);


iii) To coordinate the review, analysis, and resolution of complaints and disputes concerning regulated sub sectors as in accordance with respective legislation, regulations and rules;


iv) To act as liaison Officer of the Authority with the Consumer Consultative Council(CCC) on issues relating to tariff and consumer affairs;
v) To prepare periodic reports on consumer affairs for Management; and
vi) To perform other duties as may be assigned by the supervisor from time to time.


1.2 Minimum qualifications and Requirements


· Holder of University Bachelor’s degree or Advanced Diploma in Economics,


Law, Marketing, Management or its equivalent;
· At least five (5) years of working experience in a reputable institution; and


· Experience in setting tariffs and handling competition matters or related activities in regulatory sector will be an added advantage.


2.0 SENIOR RAILWAY COMPLIANCE OFFICER (Dar es Salaam) - 1 Post - REF No. 402


Senior Railway Compliance Officer reports to Manager, Railway Infrastructure Regulation.




2.1 Duties and Responsibilities


i) To inspect railway stations, tracks, level crossings, structures, rolling stock and operating practices to determine compliance to approved safety plan and safety regulations;


ii) To prepare verbal and written recommendations for the correction of hazardous conditions;


iii) To investigate complaints against alleged unsafe railway practices and conditions;


iv) To inspect the quality of service and makes improvement recommendations and directives;
v) To conduct field investigations of railway accidents;


vi) To carry out sensitization training of railway personnel and the public with a view to enhancing the safety of employees, passengers and the general public;


vii) To prepare and maintain reports and written correspondence related to the department; and


viii) To perform any other duties as may be assigned from time to time by the Supervisor.


2.2 Minimum qualifications and Requirements


· Bachelor degree or advanced diploma in Engineering (Civil, Electrical, Mechanical or Electro Mechanical Techniques), or its equivalent.


· Working experience of at least five (5) years in the related field from reputable institution (preferably railway institution).


· Experience in railway infrastructure, rolling stocks or related auto-motives will be an added advantage.


3.0 RAILWAY SAFETY INSPECTOR I (Mbeya, Morogoro, Dodoma, Mwanza & Kigoma) – 5 Posts -REF No. 403


Railway Safety Inspector I reports to the Regional Officer In-Charge.


3.1 Duties and Responsibilities


i) Assists in inspecting railway stations, tracks, level crossings, structures, rolling stock and operating practices to determine compliance to approved safety plan and safety regulations;


ii) Prepare draft proposals of written recommendations for the correction of hazardous conditions;


iii) Assists in investigating complaints against alleged unsafe railway practices and conditions;


iv) Assists in inspecting the quality of service and makes improvement recommendations and directives;
v) Participates in field investigations of railway accidents; and


vi) Carries out sensitization training of railway personnel and the public with a view to enhancing the safety of employees, passengers and the general public;


vii) Prepares and maintains reports and written correspondence related to the Department; and
viii) Performs other duties as may be assigned by the supervisor from time to time.




3.2 Minimum qualifications and Requirements


· Holder of University Bachelor’s degree or advanced diploma in Engineering (Civil, Electrical, Mechanical or Electro Mechanical Techniques), or its equivalent;


· At least three (3) years of working experience in a reputable institution; and


· Experience in safety inspection on railway infrastructure, rolling stocks or related auto-motives will be an added advantage.


4.0 MARITIME MONITORING OFFICER II (Head Office/MRCC, Mwanza/MRCC) - 2 Posts - REF No. 404


The Maritime Monitoring Officer II will reports to Manager Navigation, Safety, Security and Marine Environment (for Head Office/MRCC)/ Regional Officer In-Charge (for Mwanza/MRCC).


4.1 Duties and Responsibilities


i) To receive and handle messages through the Global Maritime Distress System (GMDSS) and other equipment at the MRCC;
ii) To monitor performance of equipment at the MRCC;
iii) To plot navigational positions on charts;
iv) To timely report faults in respect of the MRCC equipment;


v) To keep records of messages received through the MRCC and the action taken;


vi) To handle messages received through the National LRIT Data Centre and action taken;


vii) To assist in activities for the coordination of the national of oil pollution preparedness and response;


viii) To assist in the coordination activities for the national maritime search and rescue (SAR) services;


ix) To ensure that individual objectives/targets and performance standards are developed as part of the individual performance agreement in consultation with the immediate superior;


x) To perform any other relevant duties assigned from time to time by the Supervisor.


4.2 Minimum qualifications and Requirements


· University Degree in Computer Science and Information, Telecommunication Engineering or Advanced Diploma in Nautical Science, Maritime Transportation or Master on ships up to 3000 GT (STCW Regulation II/2); and


· At least one year of working experience to the related field.


5.0 ACCOUNTANT II (Iringa, Mara, Shinyanga & Tabora) – 4 Posts – Ref. No. 405


Accountant II reports to the Regional Officer In-Charge (administratively) and to Manager, Finance (functionally).


5.1 Duties and Responsibilities


i) To prepare annual operating expenditure and revenue budgets;


ii) To check the correctness of claims and verify payments;


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iii) To ensure that expenditures fall within the budget limits;


iv) To ensure that revenue collected is properly receipted and banked;
v) To participate in periodic stock-taking exercise;
vi) To prepare bank reconciliations for both expenditure and revenue accounts;
vii) To process monthly payroll and verify payroll results;
viii) To reconcile trade debtors’ accounts;


ix) To extract and review aged receivables report and recommend recovery measures;


x) To develop individual objectives/targets and performance standards as part of the individual performance agreement in consultation with the immediate superior;


xi) To perform any other duties assigned by the Supervisor.


5.2 Minimum qualifications and Requirements


· Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance, Advanced Diploma in


Accounting or Finance from a reputable university/Institute;


· Successful completion of Module C&D of NBAA (Intermediate Stage), NBAA Professional Level II or its equivalent;
· At least one (1) year of working experience in a reputable organization;


· Knowledge and experience in transport and licensing activities and ICT applications including Accounting packages will be an added advantage; and


· Holders of CPA (T) will have additional added advantage.


6.0 ACCOUNTS ASSISTANT (Geita, Katavi, Njombe, Simiyu, Lindi & Mtwara) –
6 Posts – Ref. No. 406



Accounts Assistant reports to the Regional Officer In-Charge (administratively) and to Manager, Finance (functionally).


6.1 Duties and Responsibilities


i) To receive cash and issue receipts;


ii) To bank all cash collected intact on the collection day or the following working day;


iii) To maintain petty cash Imprest;


iv) To Generate payments and write/print cheques in expenditure accounting system;


v) To dispatch cheques to banks, staff and suppliers and maintain cheque register;


vi) To Collect bank statements, bank Pay-in slips and other documents from banks;
vii) To assist in writing books of account;
viii) To ensure that all the accounting documents in the section are properly filed;
ix) To do data entry/capture information in accounting systems;
x) To prepare billing details from Manifest prints; and


xi) To perform any other duties as may be assigned by supervisor from time to time.


6.2 Minimum qualifications and Requirements


· Diploma in Accounting / Finance or its equivalent from a reputable Institution;


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· Successful completion of Module A&B of NBAA (Foundation Stage), NBAA Professional Level I or its equivalent;


· Knowledge and experience in application of accounting packages will be an added advantage; and
· At least one year of working experience to the related field.


7.1 DRIVER II (Head Office, Geita, Njombe, Katavi, Simiyu) - 5 Posts –REF No. 407


Driver II reports to Administrative Officer (for Head Office Drivers) or Regional Officer In-Charge (for Regional Office Drivers).


7.2 Duties and Responsibilities


i) To drive Authority’s motor vehicles as assigned by the Supervisor and complies with the state traffic laws;


ii) To make pre -inspection to the assigned vehicle prior traveling and perform its routine service;


iii) To keep record in the logbook on motor vehicle services, movements, distance covered, fuel consumption, changing of tyres and batteries;


iv) To report vehicle mechanical defects discovered and physical damage to the Supervisor as per Authority’s Regulations;


v) To ensure that the assigned motor vehicle has required documents and equipment like fire extinguisher, toolbox and reflective triangles;
vi) To deliver documents as per delivery order and the Supervisor’s instructions;


vii) To keep records of documents delivered to customers/stakeholders;


viii) To perform any other duties as may be assigned by the Supervisor.


7.3 Minimum qualifications and Requirements


· Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE);


· Driving License - Classes A, B, C, D & E;


· Trade Test Grade III or Advanced Drivers Certificate Grade III from a recognized institution; and
· At least one year of working experience in a reputable public institution.


8.0 CANDIDATES’ ATTRIBUTES FOR THE ABOVE VACANT POSITIONS TO BE FILLED:


All Candidates must:


· Demonstrate highest degree of integrity;


· Possess good communication and interpersonal skills;


· Be self-driven and capable of working with minimal supervision;


· Be capable of delivering excellent results while working under pressure with tight schedules and deadlines;


· Possess basic knowledge in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) application, such as; Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Access, Outlook etc.


9.0 TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT


Successful candidates will be employed on Unspecified Period of Contract (Permanent and Pensionable Terms). However, the employment will only be confirmed after completion of six (6) months’ probation period with candidate’s successful performance.


10.0 REMUNERATION


Attractive remuneration package will be offered to successful candidates.


11.0 MODE OF APPLICATION


Applications should be on APPLICANTS’ HANDWRITING indicating theREFERENCE NUMBER (Ref. No.) of the application, accompanied withdetailed CURRICULUM


VITAE (CV) providing NAMES, POSITIONS and detailed CONTACTS OF THREE (3) RELIABLE REFEREES, and copies of relevant CERTIFICATES and TRANSCRIPTS.


Application letter and the envelope should bear the Ref. No. of the post applied. Application without Ref. No. will not be considered.


Applications with statement/Provisional results or Statements of Resultsfrom the Issuing Authority (e.g. NECTA, University, College) where the Certificates have already been issued will not be considered, thus, need not to apply.




12.0 DEADLINE FOR RECEIVING APPLICATION


Application should be submitted in envelope to the address below not later than Friday, 9th May, 2014 at 1700 Hrs. Any application received after the due date will not be considered.


Only short listed candidates will be contacted for Interview.


DIRECTOR GENERAL, SUMATRA HEAD OFFICE, MAWASILIANO HOUSE,


ALI HASSAN MWINYI RD/NKOMO ST.
P. O. BOX 3093,
DAR ES SALAAM.





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