Education Sponsorship Coordinator in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania



Education Sponsorship Coordinator in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
help2kids is looking for a motivated intern for the role of Education Sponsorship Coordinator. Gain great experience working with a small NGO in Tanzania!
help2kids is a young, dynamic organization located in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania's largest city. We help orphans and vulnerable children by providing food, shelter, and lots of love at our children's home. We help the community by working with and providing budgetary support to a local nursery and primary school. We promote sustainable development and socially responsible tourism by feeding the profits from our guest house back into our projects.
We are currently seeking an Education Sponsorship Coordinator to manage our sponsorship programs in Tanzania and Malawi. This is a great position for someone who is passionate about education, improving children's lives, and wants to be part of an international team.
To learn more about us, please visit www.help2kids.organd www.friendlygecko.com.
Tasks
Effectively communicate with all education sponsors
Work collaboratively with Field Managers in Tanzania and Malawi, Education Manager and Children's Home Coordinator
Manage and build relationships between help2kids children and education sponsors
Cultivate donor relationships through correspondence, including writing and sending letters and reports
Create and update sponsorship packages
Organize monthly meetings with sponsored children and monthly school visits
Develop marketing strategies for potential sponsors
Develop long-term strategies for sponsorship program
Act as the main point of contact for sponsors and help2kids accounting team in Switzerland
Qualifications
Things we are looking for in the ideal candidate:
Fluency in English (Additional languages - Swahili, German, and / or French - preferred)
Exceptional written and oral communication skills
A passion for working with children and youth
Ability to work with limited resources in a sometimes challenging environment
Flexibility and willingness to chip in where needed
Proficiency in Microsoft Office
Work well under minimal supervision and be self-motivated
Work well with team of local staff, foreign staff and international volunteers
Be willing to live in a dormitory at our guest house (www.friendlygecko.com) shared with volunteers (6 bed room)
Willingness to participate in the children's lives in a positive way and set a good example by your behavior at all times
Commitment of at least one year
Previous teaching experience preferred
Previous development experience preferred
Previous experience living in Africa preferred

How to apply
Send your cover letter and CV to info@help2kids.org by the closing date. Mention Education Sponsorship Coordinator in the subject field. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. We thank you in advance for your interest in the position. NO PHONE CALLS.

PROGRAMMING & TRAINING SPECIALIST (PTS) - EDUCATION


PEACE CORPS I TANZANIA
HUDUMA ZA KUJITOLEA ZA WAMAREKANl

Peace Corps of Tanzania, a leading international community-based development agency, offers an attractive mid- level professional opportunity with a competitive salary and an exciting international work environment. Peace Corps Volunteers work throughout Tanzania in the areas of community health, sustainable agriculture and secondary education. Volunteers focus on developing capacity in the communities where they live and work so that the people in those communities can improve their lives

About the Programming & Training Specialist Position: The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting the planning, development, implementation and administration of- Peace Corps Tanzania's
Education projects, for ensuring the integration of programming 'plans with the training of Volunteers throughout their service. This includes taking the lead in coordinating the delivery of Secondary Education technical training, including practice teaching, and aU components thereof, such as developing schemes of work and lesson plans, classroom management, collaboration youth school staff and augmenting skills and resources, secondary/after school activities, etc, Travels throughout Tanzania will be required. The incumbent will work closely with a second PTS-Education, sharing the work in a collegial manner, and supporting two Associate Peace Corps Directors for Education. These four incumbents make up the permanent education team for Peace Corps Tanzania. The position is based in Dar es Salaam and reports to. the Director of Programming and Training. The work hours are Monday through Thursday, 7:30am to 5:00
pm, and Friday 7:30am to 11 :30 pm, with additional hours planned during training periods. Incumbent is a Peace Corps Tanzania senior staff member, and serves as duty officer for one week every approximately 3 months, including carrying the duty phone 2417 during that period.

Position Elements

Education Technical Training -
Serve together with co-incumbent as Education project technical training coordinator for 11 week
Pre-Service Training, responsible for collaborating with Training Team to. develop session plans, identify
resource people and organizations to assist with training, and facilitate sessions for 60+ new American
volunteers. Take part in planning and deliver as necessary in-service training sessions.

Project and Program Support - Assist Associate Peace Corps Directors for Education with identification
and preparation of volunteer sites, liaising with government and NGO partners, and developing and maintaining accurate project and program documentation.

Administrative and Volunteer Support - Assist Program Managers to conduct volunteer site visits and maintain correspondence and communication with volunteers and collaborating partners.

Requirements
Bachelor's degree in education, with focus in Math, or Science.
A thorough and up-to-date knowledge of Tanzanian education system, relevant ministries, programs,
policies, and resources both in mainland Tanzania as well as Zanzibar.
Four years progressively responsible experience. in the field of education at ordinary and advanced
levels, including teaching experience.
Knowledge of adult' education techniques, gender analysis, community analysis and. project management.

Language: Level IV (Fluent) spoken and written English and Kiswahili.

Abilities: Ability to work on a team and maintain good working relationships with Peace Corps staff (U.S and Tanzanian) and Volunteers. Ability to develop lesson plans and facilitate training classes and workshops. Ability to develop and maintain mid-level contacts within the host government, international aid agencies, and private sector. Ability to plan, organize and execute specific projects within the project and to prepare analytical reports. Ability to render advice employing sound judgment within Peace Corps guidelines. Ability to use Microsoft Office (including MSWord, Excel and Powerpoint) required. Ability to pass US Embassy background security check .

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Applications must be received no later than April 13, 2015 Please email a cover letter, CV personal address and contact information and the names and contacts of references through below with "PTS-Ed Application" in the subject line.
If necessary applications can be posted to the attention of:

Administrative Officer, PTS-Ed Application, U.S Peace Corps Tanzania, and P.O. Box 9123, Dar es Salaam.

Only short listed candidates will be contacted for skills testing and interviews

Sales Clerk - Mzinga Corporation



Mzinga Corporation is a Government of Tanzania Institution under the Ministry of Defence & National Service. Vacancies exist at the Corporation's Head Office at Mzinga Morogoro and applications from suitably qualified and competent personnel are invited to apply for these posts.

Sales Clerk Grade III (1 POST)
Qualifications:
Holders of National Form IV Certificate with bias in Commercial Subjects.;
Must have passed at least two of the following subjects; Commerce,
Mathematics, Book-Keeping and English. Must be in possession of a basic/ foundation Certificate recognized by the Government.

Duties:
Cleanliness of the shop and surroundings
Loading and off-loading, packing etc of merchandise.
Arrange merchandise in shelves etc
Attend customers.


APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Interested and qualified individuals should forward their applications enclosing detailed CVs, two passport size photographs, photocopies of academic and professional certificates/transcripts, photocopies of birth certificate and names and addresses of three referees to the address here below
NB: Applicants who are currently employed in Public Service should Route
Application through their respective employers.

The General Manager
Mzinga Corporation,
P.O. Box 737,
MOROGORO, Tanzania.

Livestock Field Assistant



Mzinga Corporation is a Government of Tanzania Institution under the Ministry of Defence & National Service. Vacancies exist at the Corporation's Head Office at Mzinga Morogoro and applications from suitably qualified and competent personnel are invited to apply for these posts.

Livestock Field Assistant Grade II (1 POST)

Qualifications;
Form IV leaver with at least one year course in Livestock management.
Must be in possession of certificate in Livestock breeding/management or Animal Husbandry.

Duties:
To head and keep good control of livestock movements, to help in keeping care of livestock by assisting in inoculations, control of dipping etc, and do any duties assigned to him in accordance to his capability in livestock husbandry, poultry etc.
To maintain cleanliness of the surroundings.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Interested and qualified individuals should forward their applications enclosing detailed CVs, two passport size photographs, photocopies of academic and professional certificates/transcripts, photocopies of birth certificate and names and addresses of three referees to the address here below
NB: Applicants who are currently employed in Public Service should Route
Application through their respective employers.

The General Manager
Mzinga Corporation,
P.O. Box 737,
MOROGORO, Tanzania.

Supplies Assistant



Mzinga Corporation is a Government of Tanzania Institution under the Ministry of Defence & National Service. Vacancies exist at the Corporation's Head Office at Mzinga Morogoro and applications from suitably qualified and competent personnel are invited to apply for these posts.

Supplies Assistant Grade II (1 POST)

Qualifications;
National Form IV Examination Certificate with credits in Mathematics,
English and any of the following (subjects) Commerce, Economics or Bookkeeping. OR National Form VI Certificate with at least one principal and' a subsidiary in Mathematics, Economics, commerce or Accountancy. OR
Personnel with BSc, Pre-Foundation and who has completed a minimum of three years satisfactory in service .

Duties:
Maintain stock records
Assist in establishing claims for lost or shorthanded goods with relevant authorities
Preparation of relevant periodic report
Filling of documents for future retrieval/reference
Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors
Reconcile bin card and stores ledger to establish discrepancies and advise immediate superior for corrective action.
Expedite deliveries for all orders placed -
Raise purchase requisition for replenishment of supplies
Liaise with user department for existing needs and specifications for timely procurement
Advise on current and future supply needs
Participate in coding of assets
Receive and issue work in progress and finished products
Perform any other duties as may be assigned the by supervisor.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Interested and qualified individuals should forward their applications enclosing detailed CVs, two passport size photographs, photocopies of academic and professional certificates/transcripts, photocopies of birth certificate and names and addresses of three referees to the address here below
NB: Applicants who are currently employed in Public Service should Route
Application through their respective employers.

The General Manager
Mzinga Corporation,
P.O. Box 737,
MOROGORO, Tanzania.

Graduate Accountant at Mzinga Corporation.



Mzinga Corporation is a Government of Tanzania Institution under the Ministry of Defence & National Service. Vacancies exist at the Corporation's Head Office at Mzinga Morogoro and applications from suitably qualified and competent personnel are invited to apply for these posts.

Graduate Accountant (1 POST)

Qualification
A full Accountancy qualification i.e CPA (T), ACCA,CA,CIMA or equivalent.

Duties
Checking the authenticity of source documents.
Preparation of Annual Budgets.
Preparation Financial, Statements i.e. Balance sheet income & Expenditure Account/Profit and-loss statement and cash flows.
Conducting stocktaking
Valuation of stocks
Liaison with Internal and External Auditors
Cost accumulation as regards to cost of Raw Material consumed, Labour and Overhead
Pricing of goods/products
Determining cost of work in progress, finished goods and sales
Maintenance of fixed asset register.
Initiates and supervises strategies arid tactics in collecting all outstanding receivables.
Adherence to well a defined internal control system
Initiates and supervises strategies and tactics in collecting all outstanding receivables.
Performs other duties related to Financial Accounts and Costing as may be directed by his superiors.
Prepare monthly reports of activities performed and points out weaknesses and 'recommends' course of action to rectify errors and anomalies detected.
Vouching and making various payments including staff salaries (payroll), pension benefits and administrative and other expenses.
Ensuring proper maintenance of Cost Accounting records preparation of regular Cost Accounting reports.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Interested and qualified individuals should forward their applications enclosing detailed CVs, two passport size photographs, photocopies of academic and professional certificates/transcripts, photocopies of birth certificate and names and addresses of three referees to the address here below
NB: Applicants who are currently employed in Public Service should Route
Application through their respective employers.

The General Manager
Mzinga Corporation,
P.O. Box 737,
MOROGORO, Tanzania.

Mid Term Evaluation for Democratic Empowerment Project (DEP), Dar es Salaam, Tanzania



Closing date: Monday, 6 April 2015
MID TERM EVALUATION FOR DEMOCRATIC EMPOWERMENT PROJECT (DEP)
Location : Dar es Salaam, TANZANIA
Application Deadline : 06-Apr-15
Additional Category
Democratic Governance
Type of Contract : Individual Contract
Post Level : International Consultant
Languages Required : English
Duration of Initial Contract : 26 Working Days
Expected Duration of Assignment : 26 Working Days
Background
Tanzania has held four credible general elections since the reintroduction of multi-party politics in 1992. Citizens and the government are eager to maintain this track record and to further strengthen democratic practice in Tanzania. Looking to the 2015 General Election, the government has undertaken early and comprehensive preparations for the electoral processes.
The United Republic of Tanzania is scheduled to hold a National Referendum on a new Constitution 30 April 2015. The Election Management Bodies (EMBs), (the National Election Commission (NEC) and Zanzibar Electoral Commission (ZEC), and other stakeholders in preparing for these critical events requested the support of UNDP to provide advisory and technical support to the preparation and conduct of the Referendum and the 2015 General Election. In response these requests from EMBs for UN assistance and taking into consideration the recommendations of the UN Needs Assessment Mission (NAM), the Democratic Empowerment Project (DEP) was established to support national efforts.
DEP is a four year (2013-2016) UNDP, UN One Fund and other donor-funded project with the overall aim of contributing to Tanzania's UNDAP's Governance Programme Outcome 7 'key institutions of democracy effectively implement their election and political functions'. UN Women and UNESCO are implementing partners in a One UN Country Team context.
Duties and Responsibilities
To assess the relevance, efficiency, performance, and sustainability of the project taking into consideration the project objectives and context of operation;
The evaluation will also examine the appropriateness of the form of assistance being provided, with a view to draw lessons and make recommendations for improved implementation of the remaining phase of the project. The evaluation will examine all project activities.
The evaluation will also identify challenges that may be facing project implementation and propose recommendations to address them. The find­ings and recommendations from the evaluation will inform the project implementation in the period leading to the 2015 General Elections (likely October 2015).
Competencies
Functional Competencies:
Strategic technical and intellectual skills in the substantive area with global dynamic perspectives;
Leadership, innovation, facilitation, advocacy and coordination skills;
Ability to manage senior national consultant and engage with UNDP and RPP strategic partners;
Entrepreneurial abilities and ability to work in an independent manner;
Ability to work effectively in a team, with good relationship management skills;
Demonstrated ability to operate effectively in a highly complex organization context;
Ability to maintain high standards despite pressing deadlines;
Excellent communication (both oral and written) and partnership building skills with people and multi-dimension partners;
Excellent writing skills, especially in the preparation of official documents and reports;
Good knowledge of Tanzania's environmental and socio-political context.
Understanding of gender and social inclusion issues.
Required Skills and Experience
Education:
University degree in a related area e.g. political science, international devel­opment.
Experience:
Minimum 10 years post-degree work experience;
Demonstrated capability as an effective evaluation manager with expe­rience leading and conducting international development evaluation of large development projects in the area of democratic governance especially elections and electoral assistance;
Experience with evaluation of least one election support project and familiarity with project implementation in complex multi donor-funded projects.
Language:
Fluency in English and excellent oral and written communication skills.
Proposals should be submitted to the following e-mail address not later than 06 April 2015. icprocurement.tz@undp.org
Applicants should download the application documents (presented in compresses file) from UNDP Tanzania website; http://procurement-notices.undp.org/view_notice.cfm?notice_id=21337
Applicants should separate technical and financial proposals;
Applications with no financial offer or missing P11 form and CV or the required documents for the technical evaluation will not be considered for evaluation;
Applications without submitting a financial offer instead of other format will not be considered due to the ease comparison of the received offers;
All necessary information for this post (TOR, Deliverables, Target dates, etc. are presented in the ICPN) therefore applicant must download it from the website as mentioned above;
Do not send CV only to the Email account mentioned above without Cover Letter and Methodology (if requested) as it will be considered as incomplete application;
The documents are available in PDF (the TOR, ICPN and IC guidelines) download them from (http://www.undp.org/content/tanzania), format: this is the only format available and it will not be provided in other formats;
Each email should be less than 8MB; emails over this size will not be received to the above mentioned account.
UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.

Public Finance Management Development Partners Group- Coordinator, Dar es Salaam



Closing date: Monday, 6 April 2015
PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS GROUP- COORDINATOR - (OPEN TO TANZANIANS NATIONALS ONLY)
Location : Dar es Salaam, TANZANIA
Application Deadline : 06-Apr-15
Additional Category
Millennium Development Goals
Type of Contract : Service Contract
Post Level : SB-4
Languages Required : English
Starting Date : (date when the selected candidate is expected to start)
01-May-2015
Duration of Initial Contract : One Year
Expected Duration of Assignment : Renewable
Background
The Public Finance Management Development Partners Group (PFM DPG) is a subgroup under Cluster working group 4. The PFM DPG is currently co - chaired by DFID and EU and supported by the PFM DPG secretariat and currently housed by the Ministry of Finance. The members of the PFM DPG are drawn from 16 Donor agencies. (Current list is on website http://www.tzdpg.or.tz/). The group interacts regularly and has mandatory monthly meetings where donors share, engage and discuss various PFM opportunities and challenges and how coordinated efforts can be made by donors to support government in addressing them. The PFM DPG operates under the Development Partner Group Tanzania whose details are set out their website http://www.tzdpg.or.tz/.
The main strategic document outlining PFM reforms in Tanzania is the Public Financial Management Reform Program Phase IV (PFMRP IV) launched in June 2012 with a basket fund set up to support the implementation of the reforms. So far, six (6) donors (CIDA, Denmark, DFID, Finland, Ireland and KfW) provide support to the basket while a number of other donors have bilateral programmes (AfDB, JICA, Norway, SIDA, UNDP among others) that are aligned to PFMRP IV. The program is result driven based on a solid and comprehensive M&E framework covering 6 key result areas from revenue management to cross-cutting change management. The PFMRP IV is co-funded by Government and under the supervision of Permanent Secretary Treasury, Ministry of Finance. Key stakeholders outside the Ministry of Finance include PMORALG with a specific key result area on support PFM reforms at local government and POPSM. Beneficiaries of the programme extend to sector ministries and Local Government Authorities.
The PFM DPG interfaces with the Government on various levels. There is a PFMRP secretariat (headed by a coordinator) within the Ministry of Finance supervised by the Director of Planning under the leadership of the Deputy Permanent Secretary PFM. The Programme Management Committee, PMC, is called by the Government of Tanzania, chaired by the Deputy Permanent Secretary for PFM reforms and co-chaired by the co-Chairs of the PFMDPG. The PMC prepares deliberations for final decision making at the level of the Joint Steering Committee, JSC, chaired by Permanent Secretary Treasury.
Scope of work
General
The PFM coordinator will be responsible for supporting the co-Chairs to smoothly run and deliver the work plans of the PFM DPG.
The PFM Coordinator will work under the direction of the PFM DPG co-Chairs to help them exercise their responsibilities to meet the PFM DPG's purpose and objectives as set out below. This will entail the maintenance of close contact with KRA leads and members of PFM DPG and other sector groups such as GBS, DPG main and sector programmes/groups with whom the PFM DPG collaboration is critical. With the Government of Tanzania, this will include working relations with MoF, President's and Prime Ministers Offices, the Chief Secretary's Reform Coordination Unit, Planning Division within MoF, the PFMRP secretariat and PFMRP component managers.
Duties and Responsibilities
Participate in meetings with the PFM DP group providing inputs and support as necessary to facilitate the DPs active participation and input into PFM RP Phase IV (PFM RP IV);
Keep abreast of the country's PFM policy reforms and general developments in the PFM area, as well as liaise with IMF and related other donor missions so as to brief DPs accordingly;
Prepare PFM DPG meeting agenda in draft for the Co-Chairs and attend all PFM DP meetings as secretary/observer maintaining minutes and records of the issues discussed and decisions taken as well as ensuring that minutes are distributed within an appropriate time frame (i.e. not more than one week after the event);
Assist in the development of an annual PFM DPG work programme / KRA meeting agendas for the PFM DPG;
Establish a milestone calendar (gant chart), based on the PHASE IV M&E that can be used by the PFM KRA leads and the Co-Chairs to guide their interactions with GoT counterparts;
Participate with KRA leads in meetings with GoT component managers in order to remain current and up to date on the performance status against the approved M&E framework. In this context, the coordinator will be charged with a) coordinating DP feedback on PFMRPIV budgets, plans and reports (narrative and financial) and b) provide own comments and analysis of these budgets, plans and reports to the DPG. The coordinator will keep track of this feedback process to ensure that comments are integrated in to subsequent versions of these plans/budgets/reports;
Work closely with the PFMRP Secretariat within the MoF's Planning Division, providing technical support as required to facilitate the execution of their work plan and the work performed in support of component managers;
Monitor progress against both the M&E framework, actions and indicators highlighting noteworthy issues and recommending possible courses of action where necessary;
Track compliance to the PFM RP MOU with basket funders and to the operations manual and providing warning signals of any deviations from these;
Support the PFM Co-Chairs designated to lead DPs for the PFM RP to participate in the GBS Annual Reviews, including preparatory work on the Underlying Principles assessment and the GBS PAF set-up and monitoring;
Maintain contact with the Reform Coordination Unit (RCU) in the Office of the Chief Secretary, Planning Division and other relevant Government Units;
Prepare briefs on PFM and related matters for DPG and other fora as directed periodically;
Contribute to other internal and external reviews as appropriate;
Maintain contact with other relevant DP / GoT groupings as necessary;
Assist in the coordination and delivery of workshops, conferences and seminars at the request of the co-chairs (eg with Parliamentary Committees, the CAG, MDAs, Non-State Actors etc.);
Manage any additional consultants or staff that may be engaged by or assigned to the Secretariat to help carry out any of the duties listed above, as required;
Keep informed and abreast of the full range of PFM related issues and activities in Tanzania;
Maintain the PFM DPG home page and store key documents.
Management arrangements
The PFM coordinator will work under direct supervision of the PFM DPG co-Chairs, but seek to support the PFMRP IV and wider PFM DPG group.
UNDP/ DPG Secretariat has the overall supervisory responsibility for contract management and funds utilization. Any performance issue and annual performance rating is arranged jointly with the DPG PFM Co-Chairs and approved by UNDP.
As part of the management setup, the DP PFM Coordinator is expected to be housed together with the PFMRP Secretariat in MoF and potentially with the PFM DPG Co-Chairs or PFM DPG members.
Competencies
Management and Leadership
Focuses on impact and results for the client and responds positively to feedback;
Demonstrates strong management and networking skills in order to build strong relationships with partners and external actors;
Have the stature to work and communicate with senior representatives of the Government, the DPG members, civil society and the private sector.
Development and Operational Effectiveness
Ability to work comfortably and effectively with the PFM partners and stakeholders;
Possess excellent organisational and management skills supporting the DP PFM Co-Chairs monitor and deliver results from the PFM DPG, the Budget Support PAF and other processes as needed;
Provide high quality support to the Co-Chair management of the PFM DPG.
Required Skills and Experience
Education
Master's level in International Development, Economics, Political Science, Public Administration or any other relevant field.
Experience
5 years of relevant experience;
Sound knowledge of and ability to apply public financial management principles, including knowledge of international practices in areas of Integrated Financial Management Systems, cash management, fund flows, reporting and budget management (including experience in budget analysis);
General understanding of the importance of PFM vis-à-vis government, politicians, DPs, civil society and the private sector in Tanzania. Particular knowledge of (i) Tanzania's National Framework for Good Governance, its component programmes and the Mkukuta, (ii) DPs' economic and social development assistance programmes, (iii) the modus operandi of Government and of Development Partners in Tanzania, and (iv) general development principles, administration and experience in the same is required. Particularly the PFM coordinator will foster close links with the Ministry of Finance and PMORALG with whom co-ordination of PFM policy and implementation is critical.
Language
Excellent written and spoken English;
Fluent written and spoken Kiswahili will be considered as an advantage.
UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.
APPLY

Procurement Associate, Dar es Salaam



Closing date: Tuesday, 14 April 2015
PROCUREMENT ASSOCIATE
Location : Dar es Salaam, TANZANIA
Application Deadline : 14-Apr-15
Additional Category
Democratic Governance
Type of Contract : Service Contract
Post Level : SB-3
Languages Required : Starting Date : (date when the selected candidate is expected to start)
01-May-2015
Duration of Initial Contract : One Year
Expected Duration of Assignment : One year and Only for Tanzanians.
Background
Tanzania has held four credible general elections since the reintroduction of multi-party politics in 1992. Citizens and the government are eager to maintain this track record and to further strengthen democratic practice in Tanzania. Looking to the 2015 general election, government has undertaken early and comprehensive preparations for the electoral processes. Since receipt of official requests for UN assistance to the election cycle leading to the 2015 general election from the National Election Commission and Zanzibar Electoral Commission, a UN Needs Assessment Mission recommended the development of a project in support of the national efforts.
In addition, in 2014 the United Republic of Tanzania will likely conduct a first national referendum on a new constitution. The national Election Management Bodies (EMBs) and
other stakeholders in preparing for these critical events have requested the support of UNDP to provide technical support to the preparation and execution of the referendum.
To these ends, the Democratic Empowerment Project (DEP) is a four year (2013-2016) UNDP, UN One Fund and other donor-funded project with the overall aim of contributing to Tanzania's UNDAP's Outcome 7: i.e. 'key institutions of democracy, (i.e. EMBs, etc.) effectively implement their election and political functions'. UN Women and UNESCO are implementing partners in a One UN Country Team context.
Project Objectives
The DEP seeks to promote democracy and contribute to the realization of the following four objectives:
Capacity of key democratic institutions (EMBs, CRC, RPP, etc.) enhanced to support and promote legal and institutional reform in the context of the on-going constitutional reform process and beyond;
Capacity of the EMBs to conduct credible elections enhanced through strategic, technical and operational support and improved EMB engagement with stakeholders (i.e. political parties, CSOs, and the media) to foster a democratic environment;
Inclusive participation in elections and politics enhanced through the empowerment of women, youth and PWDs; and
National peace infrastructure enhanced to mitigate and prevent election-related conflicts, including gender based violence.
Objectives of Assignment
Under the overall guidance and supervision of the UNDP Procurement Analyst, and working closely with the DEP Operations Manager, the Procurement Associate will support implementation of sound operational and purchasing management for the DEP project according to UNDP rules and regulations. S/he assists in the overall management of DEP project procurement services, administers and executes procurement processes ensuring high quality and accuracy of work.
Duties and Responsibilities
Ensures efficient management of procurement processes for timely and efficient delivery of the goods and services as defined in the DEP procurement plan;
Ensures proper monitoring of the procurement processes to eliminate deficiencies in procurement for DEP;
Monitors supplier's performance with respect to the quality and timely delivery of goods and services to the project;
Ensures proper tendering and bidding procedures;
Under the supervision and guidance of the UNDP Procurement Analyst, develop the tender documents and draft contracting documents as well;
Ensures the methodical maintenance of files as necessary for audit purposes;
Promote and monitor the transparency of the procurement and contractual processes, and the use of international best practices;
Promote the incorporation of standard procurement forms within the unit and the use of instruments for planning and scheduling processes;
Reviews the requests for procurement, specifications, and evaluation reports, and participate in contractual negotiations when required;
Identification of cost saving and cost reduction strategies;
Other duties as required.
Competencies
Functional Compotencies
Development and Operational Effectiveness
Full compliance of procurement activities with UN/UNDP rules, regulations, policies and strategies;
Ability to lead procurement processes using specific procurement methods (RFQ, ITB, and RFP);
Ability to implement strategic procurement, contract and sourcing strategy;
Demonstrates a complete in-depth grasp of procurement rules and practices;
Consistently approaches work with energy and a positive, constructive attitude;
Demonstrates strong oral and written communication skills;
Builds strong relationships with clients and external actors;
Remains calm, in control and good humored even under pressure;
Demonstrates openness to change and ability to manage complexities.
Corporate Competencies
Demonstrates integrity by modeling the UN's values and ethical standards;
Promotes the vision, mission, and strategic goals of UNDP;
Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability;
Treats all people fairly without favoritism.
Knowledge Management Competencies
Knowledge Management and Learning;
Promotes a knowledge sharing and learning culture in the office;
Actively works towards continuing personal learning and development in one or more Practice Areas, acts on learning plan and applies newly acquired skills;
Required Skills and Experience
Education
Secondary education;
Certification in procurement or related field;
University Degree in Business or Public Administration desirable.
Expereince
Five (5) years of relevant professional experience in public sector procurement; significant previous background in development cooperation (UN system, NGOs, Government Agencies, international suppliers);
Excellent knowledge of tools, procedures and international standards for the purchase of goods and services within the context of development support programs;
Knowledge of UNDP administrative and financial management procedures is highly desirable;
Experience in the usage of computers and office software packages (MS Word, Excel, etc).
Language
Fluency in written and spoken English is required;
Written and fluency in Kiswahili is an added value.
UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.
APPLY

Budget Officer - Economic Commission for Africa



Closing date: Sunday, 24 May 2015
Posting Title: BUDGET OFFICER, P3
Job Code Title: PROGRAMME BUDGET OFFICER
Department/ Office: Economic Commission for Africa
Duty Station: ADDIS ABABA
Posting Period: 25 March 2015-24 May 2015
Job Opening number: 15-FIN-ECA-41920-R-ADDIS ABABA(G)
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Special Notice
United Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) is committed to promoting geographical distribution and gender equality within its Secretariat. Women candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
Staff members are subject to the authority of the Secretary-General and to assignment by him or her. In this context, all staff are expected to move periodically to new functions in their careers in accordance with established rules and procedures.
Organizational Setting and Reporting
This position is located in the Strategic Planning and Operational Quality Division of the Economic Commission for Africa. The Budget Officer reports to the Chief of Programme Planning and Budget Section.
Responsibilities
Within delegated authority, the Budget Officer will be responsible for the following duties: PROGRAMME PLAN AND PRIORITIES: Review, analyze and finalize the preparation and/or revisions of the biennial programme plan (Strategic Framework), taking into account recommendations and decisions of specialized inter-governmental bodies; Participates in the development, implementation and evaluation of assigned programmes/projects, etc; monitors and analyzes programme/project development implementation; reviews relevant documents and reports; identifies problems and issues to be addressed and proposes corrective actions; liaises with relevant parties; identifies and tracks follow-up actions; Assists in policy development, including the review and analysis of issues and trends, preparation of evaluations or other research activities and studies; Prepares various written outputs, e.g. draft background papers, analysis, sections of reports and studies, inputs to publications, etc; provide substantive support to relevant inter-governmental and expert bodies in their review of the Strategic Framework and secure approval from the General Assembly. Ensure legislative mandates are accurately translated into programme priorities and ensure adequate resourcing.
BUDGET PREPARATION, IMPLEMENTATION AND ADMINISTRATION: Analyze cost estimates and budget proposals, including programmatic aspects. Ensure compliance with the Strategic Framework and other legislative mandates. Review, analyze and finalize financial implications arising from decision/statements of the Security Council and the General Assembly and its subsidiary bodies. Analyze and recommend spending authority (allotments) and monitor implementation to ensure that they remain within authorized levels. Administer and monitor extra-budgetary resources, including review of agreements and cost plans. Review and finalize budget performance reports, analyzing variances between approved budgets and actual expenditures. Ensure compliance with the Financial Regulations and Rules and established policies and procedures. Provide substantive support to relevant inter-governmental and expert bodies in their budget review.
GENERAL: Provide advice and guidance, as required, to clients of the Division on programmatic, budgetary and financial policies and procedures, including results-based budgeting. Keep up-to-date on documents/reports/guidelines/issues that have a bearing on matters related to programme budgets, as appropriate, ensuring compliance with inter-governmental recommendations and decisions as well as with United Nations policies and procedures. Draft reports for inter-governmental bodies and for management on budgetary issues, and correspondence; undertake research and analysis of budgetary policies and procedures, make recommendations for changes and/or modifications. Provide substantive support at inter- and intra-departmental meetings and as appropriate before legislative and expert bodies, on matters related to resource requirements, programming and budgetary issues. Perform other related duties, as assigned. The incumbent will be required to provide stand-by services during the weekend, holidays and outside normal working hours, as necessary.
Competencies
PROFESSIONALISM - Proven conceptual, analytical and evaluative skills and ability to conduct independent research and analysis, identifying issues, formulating options and making conclusions and recommendations; in-depth grasp of programme planning, budgeting, financial principles and practices; proven ability to work under pressure and produce output that is accurate and of high quality; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results. Ability to review and draft comprehensive, clear and concise reports and correspondence on budgetary and programmatic matters. Keeps people informed of progress and setbacks. Solid computer skills, including proficiency in word processing, spreadsheets and complex computerized financial systems. Proficiency in Integrated Management Information System (IMIS), the UN Budget Information System (UNBIS), and finance modules of internationally recognized enterprise resource planning software (ERP) such as Oracle, SAP, PeopleSoft is desirable. Takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.
PLANNING AND ORGANIZING - Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.
TEAMWORK - Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; solicits input by genuinely valuing others' ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda before personal agenda; builds consensus for task purpose and direction with team members; supports and acts in accordance with final group decisions, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.
Education
Advanced university degree (Master's degree or equivalent) in business administration, management, finance, or a related field. A first-level university degree in combination with additional two years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.
Work Experience
A minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience in programme planning, budgeting, management and administration. Experience in applying results-based management and budgeting principles in a development context is highly desirable.
Languages
Fluency in one of the working languages of the UN Secretariat, English or French, (both oral and written) is required; knowledge of the other is desirable. Knowledge of another UN official language is an advantage
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Information Officer - World Trade Organization



Closing date: Monday, 30 March 2015
The recruitment policy of the WTO is to seek to attract and retain staff members offering the highest standards of competence, efficiency and integrity.
As an Equal Opportunities Employer, the WTO gives full regard to merit and diversity.
Vacancy Notice No.: EXT/F/15-10
Title: Information Officer
Grade: 8
Contract Type: Fixed-term
Starting Salary: CHF 113,585 net per annum (approximate)
Issued On: 2 March 2015
Application Deadline (CET): 30 March 2015
Division: Information & External Relations (16)
Duration: Two years with the possibility of extension
Other Conditions: In accordance with WTO Staff Regulations and Staff Rules and WTO Pension Plan Regulations.
The World Trade Organization offers an attractive compensation package including an annual net salary (subject to mandatory deductions for pension contributions and health insurance), dependency benefits, pension plan, health insurance scheme, separation grant and 30 days annual leave. Benefits for internationally recruited staff may include travel and removal expenses on appointment and separation, installation grant, education grant, rental subsidy and home leave.
Additional information on the compensation package is provided on the WTO website: http://www.wto.org/english/thewto_e/vacan_e/comp_package_e.pdf
The Secretariat of the WTO is seeking to fill the position of Information Officer in the Information and External Relations Division.
General Functions
The incumbent will undertake the following functions:
Following and providing public information on developments in the WTO, in general and in assigned beats. Providing timely, accurate, balanced, relevant, factual and understandable information on these developments through various channels - the website, briefings by email and in person for journalists and others who are interested - so that a diverse range of non-specialist and specialist audiences can be kept abreast of what is happening in the WTO. The output includes news, press releases, background explanations, fact sheets and longer explanatory texts for the public website and for journalists. The content can be complex and politically-sensitive.
Helping set up press facilities for major events such as Ministerial Conferences.
Acting as a bridge between in-house specialists and the technicians working on WTO public information outlets, particularly the website but also publications: editing and organizing material for public access, including setting up or adapting web gateways and content pages for ease of use and understanding.
Helping to monitor media coverage and some academic analysis of issues relevant to the WTO, and keeping up-to-date with developments related to the work of the Secretariat and the Information and External Relations Division.
Outreach: introducing the WTO to groups of visitors; organizing and participating in seminars, workshops and training events for journalists, NGOs (including civil society and business organizations), Parliamentarians and others.
Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with journalists, other groups among the general public, as well as with experts in the Secretariat and in delegations, so that communication is effective.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
Education
Advanced university degree level in journalism, public relations or another relevant field, or a university degree with proven professional expertise equivalent to an advanced university degree.
Knowledge and skills
The applicant must possess excellent knowledge of WTO, trade and macroeconomic issues. The applicant must also be a strong communicator with excellent speaking, writing and journalistic skills. The applicant must be well versed in the use of relevant communications tools, including social media, websites and audio/visual. The applicant must have the capacity to speak with clarity and authority.
The applicant must have the following interpersonal capabilities: to initiate and build relationships with a variety of people both inside and outside the organization; to communicate complex abstract ideas to an audience of informed people and understand ideas when communicated by others; to persuade others to a particular point of view which may challenge others' values and beliefs; to make presentations on a variety of subjects to a wide variety of audiences; to cope with and resolve conflicts through interpreting provided guidelines on how to resolve them; and to work in a team where supporting and gaining the support of others is important to achieving his/her objectives.
Work Experience
Minimum five years' experience in journalism, public relations or as a press officer in a government or another international organization.
Languages
Excellent speaking and writing skills in English are essential.
A good working level of French is a significant advantage.
Knowledge of Spanish and/or other languages spoken by WTO Member countries is an advantage.
Additional Information
The position may be offered at a lower grade if the selected candidate does not fully meet all the required qualifications.
Only applications from nationals of WTO Members will be accepted.
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OFFICE(15)/22
APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO SIT A WRITTEN EXAMINATION
APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED DIRECTLY IF SELECTED FOR AN INTERVIEW.
Online applications are strongly encouraged to enable WTO to store your profile in a permanent database.
Please visit WTO's E-Recruitment website at: www.wto.org. The system provides instructions for online application procedures.
All applicants are encouraged to apply online as soon as possible after the vacancy has been posted and well before the closing date - Central European Time (CET) - stated in the vacancy announcement.
PLEASE NOTE THAT APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AFTER THE CLOSING DATE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
The WTO is a non-smoking environment

Financial Accountant Job at Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA)



Financial Accountant: Ref:FARA/adv./03/FACCT/2015
FARA is the Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa, an umbrella organization bringing together and forming coalitions of major stakeholders in agricultural research and development in Africa. FARA complements the innovative activities of national, international and sub-regional research institutions to deliver more responsive and effective services to its stakeholders. It plays advocacy and coordination roles for agricultural research for development, while the national agricultural research systems (NARS), advanced research institutions (ARIs) and international agricultural research centres (IARCs) develop and promote the adoption of improved technologies and policies along the research-to-development continuum in their respective countries and jurisdictions. Since it was established in 2002 FARA has been able to develop several African-wide initiatives through consultation with stakeholders.

During the last five years, FARA and the sub-regional research organizations have gained considerably in strength, and have shifted implementation away from fixed networks to a more flexible programme approach using responsive networking. From 2014 onwards the work of FARA i.e. its Programme, will be structured into three Strategic Priorities.

In view of the foregoing, FARA is seeking to recruit a highly qualified individual for the position of

Financial Accountant.

Purpose

The Financial Accountant leads the organising and controlling of all operational issues in the Finance Division. S/he records, verify, consolidate and enter transactions to ensure the integrity of accounting information.

Reporting to the Finance Manager, the Financial Accountant shall perform inter-alia the following duties and responsibilities:

Duties and responsibilities:
Prepares and records asset, liability, revenue, and expenses entries.
Oversees the preparation of timely bank reconciliation of all FARA’s bank accounts.
Prepares and manages monthly payroll ensuring timeliness and that appropriate deductions are made accordingly.
Maintains general ledger accounts; prepares trial balances; reconciles entries, and updates Creditors’ Ledger and the Procurement module of the Sunsystem financial application.
Participates in the preparation of year-end external audits by providing relevant audit schedules as may be required.
Ensures that sound internal controls are applied to all daily financial transactions of the Secretariat
Supports the implementation of a sound cost recovery system at the FARA Secretariat.
Serves as the Sun system administrator and ensures financial information database backups.
Performs any other duties that may be assigned from time to time by the by the immediate supervisor.
Required

Interested Applicants must have a minimum of a Full accounting qualification i.e. CPA, ACCA or its equivalent or a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting with part professional qualification. At least 5 years of overall post-qualification experience. Working experience in the use of Sun Accounting systems is a must. The successful candidate must be an organised, focused and analytical individual with an eye for detail.

Compensation/Location

FARA offers competitive salaries according to experience and qualifications. The position is based at the FARA Secretariat in Accra.

Applications

Qualified candidates are invited to submit via email comprehensive Curriculum Vitae together with a motivation letter and names/contact details of three referees to: Dr. Yemi Akinbamijo, Executive Director, FARA, PMB CT 173, Cantonments, Accra, Ghana. Email: recruitment@faraafrica.org.Applications will be accepted up to 13th April 2015. Please use the job title and reference in the subject line of your email. Due to anticipated high volume of applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Applications which do not meet the stated criteria will be rejected.

FARA Affirmative Action Statement on Employment

There is no discrimination on the basis of gender race, religion, ethnic orientation, disability or health status.

TECHNICAL ACCOUNT MANAGER - EAST AFRICA



Technical Account Manager - East Africa
The Role
The role of the Technical Account Managers is to support the overall business and customers from a technical and application perspective in Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Eritrea, Ethiopia and Sudan..
Your profile
Degree/Diploma in Engineering (Mechnical/Electrical)
Proven Computer skills
5 years experience with Sandvik equipment
Very strong technical background across engineering disciplines
Fitness for underground and surface mines (Silicosis Certification)
Planning, organizing and analytical skills
Experience in technical support
Leadership skills
Project Management skills
Location
Mwanza, Tanzania
Applicants outside Central Africa must ensure that they are able to secure a work permit and permanent residence prior to applying for any advertised positions.
How to apply
To apply please click on the ‘Apply Now’ button, or access the Sandvik websitewww.sandvik.com/Career.
Closing Date:
Job Reference No.
Recruiter:
Sandvik is committed to representivity in the composition of its employees and the creation of job opportunities across all sectors of the Central African population.
Deadline: 30 Mar
Job-ID: 337220
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Various Jobs in Tanzania at AAR Healthcare ( 9 Posts)


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

AAR Healthcare (Tanzania) Limited is a subsidiary of AAR Holdings which is the largest and most successful private Healthcare company in East Africa. In Tanzania its Head Office is in Dar es Salaam and branches are in Arusha and Mwanza.

In line with our corporate objective of constantly reviewing and enhancing our key performance areas we wish to engage the suitable individuals to fill the positions as follows:

1. JOB TITLE: HEALTH CENTER MANAGER
Purpose
To deliver appropriate, consistently high quality, cost effective preventive and curative clinical services to all AAR members and walk in clients and ensure profitability in the Clinic.

The successful candidate will be reporting to the Clinical Operations Manager.

Duties and Responsibilities
• Strategically direct the health centre operations in line with corporate and clinical operation's strategies and guidelines.
• Assisting the Clinical Operations Manager in preparing annual Health Centre Budget
• Supervision of the Health Centre and ensure adequate staffing of the unit at all times
• Attending to patients and monitoring daily activities of their entire Health centre
• Ensure that staff performance is evaluated as per schedules and feedback for non-performance is communicated and an action planning to rectify the same is done
• Ensure compliance with treatment protocols and drug formulae and other SOPs
• Develop and lead staff capabilities for delivering on the mandate and target of the Clinic given
• Ensure resources are effectively and efficiently utilized to deliver desired results
• Ensure development' and implementation of annual operating plans and budgets for the health centre
• Total managing health centre include performance, appraisal, disciplinary issues and managing budgets and other expenses and revenue.

Qualifications and Experience
The successful candidate MUST possess the following minimum qualifications:
• University Degree, qualified (MD), plus 2 years experiences of managing a Health Centre or Clinic.
• Minimum 1 year in a Middle Management in Health services.
• Proven skills in planning, budgeting, monitoring and reporting,
Human resource development and management and high level proficiency in computer use is mandatory
• Strong leadership and people management skills,
• Registered Doctor with Valid practicing license and active member with the Medical Council of Tanganyika.
• Strong in analytical approach to trouble shooting and problem solving,
• Master's degree in public health administration or related is an added advantage
• Good communication skills - English - written and oral.

ALL Applicants are requested to enclose application letter and a detailed CV together with copies of relevant academic certificates, other credential which support your applications and send to the:

Human Resources and Employees Relations Manager
AAR Healthcare (Tanzania) Ltd
Tropical Building, Ali Hassan Mwinyi Road/Uporoto Street
P.O. Box 9600
Dar es Salaam

Deadline for submitting applications Close of Business Friday 27th March 2015

Source: The Guardian 16th March 2015
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Healthcare
As human as you

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

AAR Healthcare (Tanzania) Limited is a subsidiary of AAR Holdings which is the largest and most successful private Healthcare company in East Africa. In Tanzania its Head Office is in Dar es Salaam and branches are in Arusha and Mwanza.

In line with our corporate objective of constantly reviewing and enhancing our key performance areas we wish to engage the suitable individuals to fill the positions as follows:

JOB TITLE: PHARMACEUTICAL PERSONNEL I
Purpose
• To ensure that prescriptions are accurately and promptly dispensed in a customer friendly environment.
• The Successful candidate will be reporting to the Health Centre Manager.
• The successful candidate will be reporting to the Health Centre Manager.

Duties and Responsibilities
• Accurately and efficiently preparing prescription orders
• Verifying prescription information and dosage
• Ensure that both stocked items and non-stocked items are dispensed appropriately
• Entering patient and order information into the pharmacy system
• Keep records of patient prescriptions and stock management documents
• Providing quality customer service to patients and other healthcare providers
• Repackaging of bulky medications
• Compounding of medication should the need arise
• Maintains pharmacy inventory by checking pharmaceutical stock to determine inventory level; anticipating needed medications and supplies; placing and expediting orders; verifying receipt and storage of stock-removing expired drugs.
• Prepares any pharmacy related reports by collecting and summarizing information
• Provide doctors/nursing staff with prescribing advice on the choice of medicine, dosage form, and dose, method of administration, side effects and drug interactions

Qualifications and Experience
• Degree or Diploma in Pharmaceutical Sciences
• Minimum 2 years hands on experience in pharmaceutical service delivery
• Proven skills in planning, budgeting, monitoring and reporting, human resource development and management and high level proficiency in computer use,
• Team player and, strong in analytical approach to trouble shooting and problem solving, good communication skills -in English and Swahili - written and oral.

Licenses and Certification
• Must be registered with Tanzania Pharmacy Council with a valid practice License and in good standing with the pharmacy council

ALL Applicants are requested to enclose application letter and a detailed CV together with copies of relevant academic certificates, other credential which support your applications and send to the:

Human Resources and Employees Relations Manager
AAR Healthcare (Tanzania) Ltd
Tropical Building, Ali Hassan Mwinyi Road/Uporoto Street
P.O. Box 9600
Dar es Salaam

Deadline for submitting applications Close of Business Friday 27th March 2015

Source: The Guardian 16th March 2015
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Healthcare
As human as you

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

AAR Healthcare (Tanzania) Limited is a subsidiary of AAR Holdings which is the largest and most successful private Healthcare company in East Africa. In Tanzania its Head Office is in Dar es Salaam and branches are in Arusha and Mwanza.

In line with our corporate objective of constantly reviewing and enhancing our key performance areas we wish to engage the suitable individuals to fill the positions as follows:

Laboratory Technician
Purpose
To ensure the Laboratory services are delivered to the highest standards of quality in a cost effective and customer friendly manner,

The Successful candidate will be reporting to the Health Centre Manager.

Duties and Responsibilities
• Promoting and maintaining a clean and safe environment at all times
• Ensuring that customers are satisfied and the working environment is customer friendly
• Timely collection of all laboratory specimens.
• Ensuring that safety precautions are adhered to at all times
• Accurate and prompt labeling and handling of specimen and Care of equipments
• Ensuring that working tools and specimen containers are available at all times
• Knowledge and practice of current standard procedures (SOPs) and company polices and products Maintaining effective infection control measure.
• Carbonization, sterilization and autoclaving of laboratory equipment.
• Follow all Laboratory safety rules

Qualifications and Experience
• Degree in Laboratory Sciences- degree
• Minimum 2 years in a Middle Management in health services.
• Hands on experience in Laboratory Sciences
• Proven skills in planning, budgeting, monitoring and reporting, human resource development and management and high level proficiency in computer use.
• Strong leadership skills, Team player and people management skills, strong analytical approach to problem solving.
• Good communication skills - English - written and oral.

ALL Applicants are requested to enclose application letter and a detailed CV together with copies of relevant academic certificates, other credential which support your applications and send to the:

Human Resources and Employees Relations Manager
AAR Healthcare (Tanzania) Ltd
Tropical Building, Ali Hassan Mwinyi Road/Uporoto Street
P.O. Box 9600
Dar es Salaam

Deadline for submitting applications Close of Business Friday 27th March 2015

Source: The Guardian 16th March 2015
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Healthcare
As human as you

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

AAR Healthcare (Tanzania) Limited is a subsidiary of AAR Holdings which is the largest and most successful private Healthcare company in East Africa. In Tanzania its Head Office is in Dar es Salaam and branches are in Arusha and Mwanza.

In line with our corporate objective of constantly reviewing and enhancing our key performance areas we wish to engage the suitable individuals to fill the positions as follows:

JOB TITLE: CREDIT OFFICER
Purpose
To give financial and business support to Health Care operations and
Management team and ensure well presented (accurate, valid, true & fair) monthly or periodical financial reports / information

The successful candidate will be reporting to the Financial Controller.

Duties and Responsibilities
• Daily debtor's reconciliations for all clinics comparing income receivable against cash actually received.
• Proper management of cash collected.
• Perform all clinic collections and ensure all cash is subsequently banked.
• Proper Management of clinic petty cash in:
• Payment recovery by the clinics for all services rendered on credit. This included direct billings, services on SBP, Group care, staff and sales reps as well as any other recoverable amount.
• Data entry into system and ensure consistency
• Manage mapping of debtors
• Stock taking on monthly basis. Reconcile drug expenses Vs purchases and actual stocks as per stock counts etc.
• Bank and account analysis on daily basis for cash collected.
• Imprest and Petty cash management
• Issuing debtors report
• Any other duties as may be allocated by your supervisors.
• Assist pensions information for staff
• Following up debts (door to door visit)
• Assist in month closure & reporting
• Prepare rejections report per month.
• Prepare the daily & weekly programmes on collections

Qualifications and Experience
• Undergraduate degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration.
• Minimum 1 year as an accountant
• Excellent computer skills.
• Team player and people, strong analytical approach to problem solving, good communication skills.

ALL Applicants are requested to enclose application letter and a detailed CV together with copies of relevant academic certificates, other credential which support your applications and send to the:

Human Resources and Employees Relations Manager
AAR Healthcare (Tanzania) Ltd
Tropical Building, Ali Hassan Mwinyi Road/Uporoto Street
P.O. Box 9600
Dar es Salaam

Deadline for submitting applications Close of Business Friday 27th March 2015

Source: The Guardian 16th March 2015
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Healthcare
As human as you

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

AAR Healthcare (Tanzania) Limited is a subsidiary of AAR Holdings which is the largest and most successful private Healthcare company in East Africa. In Tanzania its Head Office is in Dar es Salaam and branches are in Arusha and Mwanza.

In line with our corporate objective of constantly reviewing and enhancing our key performance areas we wish to engage the suitable individuals to fill the positions as follows:

JOB TITLE: SONOGRAPHER

Purpose
To perform a variety of radiological procedures ensuring optimal image quality.

The successful candidate will be reporting to the Health Centre
Manager.

Duties and Responsibilities
• Performing radiographic procedures on patients as requested always ensuring high image quality.
• Recording imaging identification, patient documentation quickly and accurately and observing protocols to ensure patient confidentiality.
• Ensuring proper use of the radiology equipment.
• Ensuring that equipment is regularly checked for malfunctions and any faults are reported.
• Booking patients for appointments if special examination by the
• Radiologist is required.\Observing health and safety at work, including ionising radiation
regulations, to protect yourself and others as per the Radiation
Protection Board of Tanzania

Qualifications and Experience
• Diploma in Radiography / Diploma in Medical Imaging Sciences
form a recognized institution.
• Current/Valid License and certification from the Radiation Protection Board of Tanzania.
• ICT competency

ALL Applicants are requested to enclose application letter and a detailed CV together with copies of relevant academic certificates, other credential which support your applications and send to the:

Human Resources and Employees Relations Manager
AAR Healthcare (Tanzania) Ltd
Tropical Building, Ali Hassan Mwinyi Road/Uporoto Street
P.O. Box 9600
Dar es Salaam

Deadline for submitting applications Close of Business Friday 27th March 2015

Source: The Guardian 16th March 2015
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