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THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA

PRESIDENTS OFFICE
PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT
Ref. Na EA.7/96/01/H/46

9th April, 2015

VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT.
On behalf of Tanzania Trade Development Authority (Tan Trade), Tanzania Tree Seed
Agency (TTSA), Tanzania Atomic Energy Commission (TAEC), Institute of Rural
Development Planning (IRDP), Institute of Judicial Administration (IJA), Ardhi University,
Water Development and Management Institute (WDMI), Tanzania Public Service College
(TPSC), Procurement and Supplies Professionals and Technicians Board (PSPTB),
Tanzania Small Holders Tea Development Agency (TSHTDA), Public Service
Recruitment Secretariat invites qualified Tanzanians to fill 73 vacant posts in the
above Public Institution.)

i.

NB: GENERAL CONDITIONS


All applicants must be Citizens of Tanzania and not above 45 years old, however, should
also observe the age limit for each position where indicated.

ii.

Applicants must attach an up-to-date current Curriculum Vitae (CV) having reliable
contact, postal address, e-mail and telephone numbers.

iii. Applicants should apply on the strength of the information given in this advertisement.
iv. Applicants must attach their detailed relevant certified copies of academic certificates:
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Postgraduate/Degree/Advanced Diploma/Diploma/Certificates.

Postgraduate/Degree/Advanced Diploma/Diploma transcripts.

Form IV and Form VI National Examination Certificates.

Computer Certificate

Professional certificates from respective boards

One recent passport size picture and birth certificate.

v.

FORM IV AND FORM VI RESULTS SLIPS ARE STRICTLY NOT ACCEPTED

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

vii. Presentation of forged academic certificates and other information in the CV will
necessitate to legal action
viii. Applicants for senior positions currently employed in the public service should route their
application letters through their respective employers.
ix. Applicants for entry levels currently employed in the Public Service should not
apply, they have to adhere to Government Circular Na. CAC. 45/257/01/D/140 dated
30th November, 2010.
x.

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

xi. Applicants should indicate three reputable referees with their reliable contacts.
xii. Certificates from foreign examination bodies for ordinary or advanced level
education should be certified by The National Examination Council of Tanzania
(NECTA)
xiii. Certificates from foreign Universities should be verified by The Tanzania
Commission for Universities (TCU)
xiv. Deadline for application is 30 April, 2015
xv. Applicants with special needs/case (disability) are supposed to indicate
xvi. Women are highly encouraged to apply
xvii. Only short listed candidates will be informed on a date for interview
xviii. Application letters should be written in Swahili or English

Maombi yote ya kazi yatumwe kwenye mfumo wa


kielektroniki wa Ajira (Recruitment Portal) kupitia anuani
ifuatayo;

http://portal.ajira.go.tz/
(Anuani hii pia inapatikana kwenye tovuti ya Sektretarieti ya
ajira kwa kuingia sehemu iliyoandikwa Recruitment Portal)
MUHIMU: KUMBUKA KUWEKA (ATTACH) BARUA YAKO YA MAOMBI
KWENYE SEHEMU YA OTHER ATTACHEMENTS.

1.0 TANZANIA TRADE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (TanTrade)


Tanzania Trade Development Authority (TanTrade) was established by Act No. 4 of 2009
with overall objective of Developing and Promoting Trade, both in domestic and foreign
markets. Her establishment followed a repeal of the Acts of Parliament No. 15 of 1973
that created the Board of Internal Trade (BIT) which was responsible for Domestic Market
Development and the Act of Parliament No.5 of 1978 that established the Board of
External Trade (BET) that was responsible for Foreign Market Development. The
mandates of the two defunct institutions are now vested on TanTrade which builds on the
knowledge and vast experiences accumulated from the past. The TanTrades general
objective is To develop concrete activities and programmes that will enable Tanzania to
become and remain a strong and competitive trading nation.
1.1 TRADE POLICY, PLANNING AND FACILITATION MANAGER - (1 POST)
1.2 REPORTS TO DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH, PLANNING AND CAPACITY
BUILDING
1.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Head of Trade Policy, Planning and Facilitation Section

Advice the Director of Research Planning and Capacity Building in formulating


research and planning strategies in line with the Authoritys business strategy.

Manage all departmental plans.

Provide advice on trade policy management.

Support efforts to design and implement trade development strategies by initiating


advocacy measures to stimulate both domestic and international trade.

Manage capacity building measures in order to develop and consolidate the


capability of local enterprises and other business operators (SMEs) to trade locally
and internationally.

Ensure coherence and complementarities between trade policy and other


development policies.

Supervision of all SME development and capacity building programs of TanTrade.

Provide key role in preparation of Strategic Plan and annual plans

Monitor progress against objectives, plans and key milestones and reports
accordingly.

Manage economic data collection and analysis.

Provide key role in managing the general Planning sub-system of the Planning
Section.

Manage preparation of position papers and policy briefs.

Manage initiative of advising the Government on when to initiate safeguard action


as per relevant WTO trade remedies and on the management of the trade remedies
scheme.

Manage provision of consultancy services related to sourcing of imports which are


beneficial to Tanzania in terms of BoP, Product standards and value for money.

Manage activities of advising Government on issues of national interest on


international trade negotiations at the bilateral, regional and multilateral levels.

Manage TanTrade initiatives of advising the Government on the integration of


multilateral trade rules at the bilateral, regional and multilateral levels.

Represent TanTrade in Trade Negotiations and other forums.

To recommend policy proposals, plans of action and programs on general trade


issues, particularly trade liberalization and trade policy review to the Government.

Monitor TanTrade development programmes and provision of essential assistance


where and when required.

Oversee the planning and execution of special research events which are in line
with TanTrades strategic plan.

Measure and monitor progress towards the achievement of country programme


goals, advising on re-orientation and corrective action where necessary.

Contribute to the preparation and implementation of integrated programmes for the


country. And

Prepare regular and annual reports on progress related to research and


development activities

Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by superior.


1.4 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

Masters Degree either in Economics, Business Administration, Economic Policy


Management, International Trade or Business Administration (Corporate
Management) from a recognized Institution.

At least seven (7) years proven working experience in a senior position in a


reputable organization handling trade policy, planning, research and trade
facilitation matters.

Computer literacy

1.5 REMUNERATION
According to TanTrade Salary Scale: TTSS 10

1.7 PROMOTIONAL SERVICES MANAGER - (1 POST)


1.8 REPORT TO DIRECTOR OF PROMOTIONAL SERVICES
1.9 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Manage the planning, coordination and administration of the Dar es Salaam
International Trade Fair and other exhibitions.

Manage coordination of outgoing and incoming trade missions.

Manage coordination of promotion activities of Trade Fairs and exhibitions support


organized by the Authority

Manage issuing of permit to exhibitions organizers.

Keep abreast of current and future client demands, world trade situation and
activities within the country, and provide up-to-date relevant information to
exhibitors.

Participate in the development of new technical cooperation approaches, in line


with changing customer needs, specifically geared towards the needs of the
business community, Trade Support Institutions (TSIs) and enterprises.

Advice business community on upcoming events (trade fairs, conferences,


seminars, trade missions, etc.), and suggested next steps, to assist them to take full
advantage of business opportunities.

Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by superior.

1.10 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE


Holder of a Masters Degree in Business Administration, International Trade,
International Business, International Marketing, Business Administration
(Corporate Management), Economics or equivalent from a recognized Institution.
At least seven (7) years working experience in a senior position. Experience on
event organization is added advantages.

Computer literacy
1.11 REMUNERATION
According to TanTrade Salary Scale: TTSS 10
1.12 CHIEF ACCOUNTANT - (1 POST)
1.13 REPORTS TO DIRECTOR OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assist the Director of Finance and Administration in providing financial information
whenever required.

Assist the Director of Finance and Administration in handling investment projects of


the Authority

Prepare Final accounts, budget and budget controls.

Direct implementation of accounting functions by ensuring collection, classification,


recording and reconciliation of accounting data.

Prepare in accordance with accepted accounting principles, the consolidated


annual accounts of the Authority

Initiate and recommend improvements in accounting system.

Manage the internal accounting and record keeping work for the Authority

Prepare statutory statements of the Authority.

Ensure remittance and returns to the Government are made timely.

Provide adequate information for external audit that will safeguard the assets of the
organization, check the accuracy and reliability of accounting data and encourage
adherence to prescribed accounting policies.

Perform any other relevant duties as may be assigned by the superior

1.14 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE


Masters Degree either in Finance, Financial Management, Corporate Finance or
Business Administration (Corporate Management)
At least seven (7) years relevant working experience, and must be a holder of CPA
(T), ACCA or its equivalent qualifications. Must be registered with NBAA.

Computer literacy
1.15 REMUNERATION
According to TanTrade Salary Scale: TTSS 10
1.16 CORPORATE SECRETARY - (1 POST)
1.17 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Head of the Legal Unit

Ensure the implementation of the most appropriate standards of Corporate


Governance.

Ensure that the Authoritys properties and interests are properly insured with
reputable insurance companies that are dully registered under the Insurance Act.

Ensure that litigations and arbitrations are duly attended to without undue delay and
in a cost effective manner.

Ensure proper custody of the Authoritys Seal and legal documents related to the
operations of the Authority i.e. Insurance Policies, Contract Documents and deeds,
Minutes and Register of Licenses, title deeds, Memorandum of Understanding and
any other related documents.

Keep abreast with any new changes in Law that apply to the Authoritys operations
and Programmes.

Liaison with Government Ministries, Departments, Agencies and other Institutions


involved in legal matters.

Networking with the Attorney Generals Office, Law Reform Commission,


Tanganyika Law Society and other related bodies.

Draft all legal documents, regulations, briefs, orders, resolutions, and/all directions
required to be issued by the Authority in accordance with its Establishment Act or
any other Acts.

Interpret, review and update various legal documents such as regulations, orders,
Powers of Attorney, etc. issued by the Authority or on behalf of the Authority under
its Establishment Act or for the interest of the Authority.

Advise the Board of Directors and Management on legal matters and law generally.

Provide legal interpretation and legal opinions/advice.

Custodian of Board Papers, resolutions and advice the Director General on the
implementation of Boards Resolutions.

File the resolutions accordingly.

Ensure the Authoritys legal profile is maintained.

Perform any other duties as may be assigned by the Director General

1.18 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE


Masters Degree in Law from a recognized Institution.

Should be registered with the High Court of Tanzania as an advocate.

Knowledge on research and research findings interpretations.

Interest and experience in Business Law.

Masters Degree in Business Administration is an added advantage.

At least eight (8) years proven working experience in Law, five (5) of which in a
senior position in a reputable organization.

Computer literacy

1.19 LEGAL OFFICER II - (1 POST)


1.20 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assist in making follow up on the Authority cases in courts of law, tribunals and
Advocates Chambers and keep records of all pending cases.

Assist the Supervisor in drafting and filing legal documents.

Liaise with law firms instructed to represent the Authority in various legal matters.

Assist in conducting research on cases and preparing submissions to courts and


tribunals.

Assist in advising on all claims with potential to be subject of litigation by or against


the Authority.

Assist in preparing weekly case lists and submitting the same to superiors.

Assist in reviewing administrative disciplinary cases as delegated by the


Supervisor.

Assist in preparing witnesses and documentary evidence in respect of cases


scheduled for hearing.

Assist in drafting final submissions.

Assist in maintaining court files and other legal documents for reference.

Attend to matters filed at the Commission for Mediation and Arbitration and at the
Labour Court.

Assist in conducting search for document and information from relevant institutions.

Perform any other related duties as assigned by the Supervisor

1.21 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE


Bachelor Degree in Law (LLB) from Accredited University

Graduate from School of Law/ successfully completed internship

Computer literacy

Fluent in Swahili and English both spoken and written

1.22 REMUNERATION
According to TanTrade Salary Scale: TTSS 5

1.23

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICER II - (1 POST)

1.24 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


Assist in analyzing designing and implementation of applications systems for the
Authority

Assist in providing technical advice on all issues concerning information technology.

Assist in providing technical support to staff in all system softwares, which include
operating systems, application software packages

Assist in managing organization network security and security of the system.

Assist in performing database tuning and performance monitoring system,

Assist in providing advice to applications users on the effective use of application


packages,

Perform administration of workstations to the local area Network (LAN) and Wide
Area Network (WAN).

Troubleshoot on hardware, software and network connectivity problems,

Perform any other duties relevant to the scope of work as may be assigned by the
superior

1.25 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

Bachelor Degree either in Computer Science, Information Technology, Information


Systems or Computer Engineering from a recognized institution.

1.26 REMUNERATION
According to TanTrade Salary Scale: TTSS 5
1.27 PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLIES OFFICER II (1 POST)
1.28 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Assist in conducting physical stock-taking

Check and count goods received and arranges for their physical placement (i.e.
location and binning).

Maintain and check tally bin cards.

Extract stocks for issuance.

Receive and issue goods.

Prepare invoice/bills.

Determine stores needs and places orders promptly.

Monitor the Safety of Stores.

Perform any other related duties as assigned by the superior

1.29 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE


Bachelor Degree in Procurement and Supplies/ Materials Management or
equivalent qualification from a recognized learning institution. Must be Computer
literate.
1.30 REMUNERATION
According to TanTrade Scheme of Service: TTSS 5

1.31 PRINCIPAL PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER (1 POST)


1.32 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Overall in charge of the Public Relations Unit
Enhance and maintain a good corporate image of the Authority with regard to trade
development.

Build, manage and maintain media relations with the government and its ministries,
agencies, institutions and customers.

Keep the general public informed of all relevant events and developments with
regards to the Authoritys activities and programs.

Recommend new or amend procedures for obtaining and reporting information in


areas where, either inadequate or not available in accordance with the needs of the
Authority.

Prepare and carrying out effective programs of public relations with particular
attention to different policies.

Coordinate and prepare market promotional materials/advertisements within and


outside the country.

Prepare various publications such as press releases of the Authority.

Prepare press conferences and meetings

Examine and verify public opinions and advise on corrective measures

1.33 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE


Masters Degree either in Journalism, Mass Communication, Public Relations or
Foreign Languages from an accredited learning institution
Fluent in Swahili and English languages.

Ability to communicate in French, Spanish, Chinese and Arabic will be added


advantage.

Computer literacy

At least six (6) years proven relevant working experience in the relevant field from a
reputable organization.

1.34 REMUNERATION
According to TanTrade Salary Scale: TTSS 9
1.35 PRINCIPAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICER - (1 POST)
1.36 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Facilitate Installation, configuration and activation of new technology and
communication services;

Assist in Initiating hardware and software procurement needs and maintenance;

Advise on proper security of equipment and data by ensuring that equipment and
systems are well secured;

Maintain and update website and implement various web application programs;

Coordinate development and maintenance of the Agency central Database.

Encourage introduction of new information and communication technologies


services.

Test, approve inspect installation of equipment in the Organisation.

Manages and ensure connectivity with telecentres in zone offices.

Provide proposal for disposal of IT assets.

Providing technical support to staff in all systems software,

Manage the Authoritys online and offline information systems and resources.

Liaise with other institutions on IT development issues.

Supervise junior staff in IT Section.

Perform any other duties relevant to the scope of work as may be assigned by the
superior

1.37 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE


Masters Degree either in Computer Science, Information Technology, Information
Systems or Computer Engineering from a recognized institution.

At least six (6) years proven relevant working experience in in the relevant field
from a reputable organization.

1.38 REMUNERATION
According to TanTrade Salary Scale: TTSS 9
1.39 SENIOR RECORDS MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT- (1 POST)
1.40 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Maintain up-to-date register of files and file index books,

Give file numbers to file searchers.

Review pending correspondence and listing files required for filling.

Sort outgoing correspondence in accordance with instructions or established means


of dispatch and checks dates and signature.

Assemble flimsy copies and files them for consultation to listed officers,

Weed out inactive files i.e. old closed volumes, files with torn covers etc.

Check files in the cabinet/rack periodically to ensure proper order and neatness.

Draft acknowledgement letters on matters related to mail clearing.

Supervise junior staff.

Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superior.

1.41 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE


Certificate either in Records Management, or Archive Administration from a
recognized institution.

Must be Computer literate.

At least four (4) years working experience in the relevant field from a reputable
organization.

1.42 REMUNERATION
According to TanTrade Salary Scale: TTSS 4

2.0

TANZANIA TREE SEED AGENCY (TTSA)

Tanzania Tree Seed Agency (TTSA) is a semi-autonomous body within the ambit of the
Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism. The Chief Executive who reports to the
Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism is the overall incharge
of all TTSA activities.

The aim of TTSA is To enhance sustainable supply of forest products and environmental
conservation by producing, procuring and marketing high quality tree seeds and other
propagating materials.
2.1 SUPPORT UNIT MANAGER 1 POST
JOB SUMMARY
The Support Unit Manager (SUM) is the Head of the Support Unit and is accountable to
the Chief Executive Tanzania Tree Seed Agency for the coordination, advisory, and
supervision of TTSA activities pertaining to general office administration and
management of Human resources; accounts and procurement management.
2.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Provide Leadership To The Support Unit;

Provide Advice To The Chief Executive On The Administration And Management Of


The Agency;

Facilitate The Provision Of A Conducive Working Environment At TTSA;

Interpret And Provide Advice On Terms And Conditions Of Service;

Coordinate The Preparation Of Long And Short Term Plans And Corresponding
Budgets For TTSA;

Prepare And Review TTSAs Staff Regulations And Schemes Of Service;

Develop And Review TTSAs Staffing Levels And Accordingly Provide Advice And
Submit To Appropriate Authorities;

Develop And Maintain TTSAs Employees Records Data Bank;

Interpret, Advise And Enforce Compliance With Relevant Legislations, Regulations


And Procedures In Aspects Of Administration And Human Resources
Management, Procurement, And Accounting;

Plan And Oversee Effective Office Management And Staff Welfare;

Coordinate And Spearhead Development And Implementation Of Staff Training And


Development Programmmes;

Establishes And Maintains Policies On Staff Recruitment, Training, Wage Structure,


Promotion And Discipline;

Perform Any Other Duties As May Be Assigned By The Chief Executive

2.3 QUALIFICATIONS

Masters Degree either in Business Administration Specialized in Accounting, Public


Administration, Manpower Planning, Law or Human Resource Management from
recognized Universities with work experience of not less than five (5) years in the
cadre/profession.

2.4 REMUNERATION
Salary Scale LLSE/2
2.5 MARKETING OFFICER II 1 POST
2.6 DUTY STATION: Morogoro at the Headquarters
2.7 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Collect, analyze and prepare information on the demand of tree seeds and
seedlings form the market;

Analyze and prepare information on the variance between the demand and
production of tree seeds and seedlings;

Collect, compile and update sector policies and legislations;

Collect, analyze, commercial/trade statistics on seeds and seedlings from zonal


offices and compile them into periodic reports and

Prepare periodic implementation reports.

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

2.8 QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor Degree or Advanced Diploma either in Commerce or economics; and/or


Bachelor of Science in Forestry from recognized/accredited Universities.

2.9 REMUNERATION
Salary Scale TGS D
3.0 ACCOUNTS ASSISTANT - 2 POSTS
3.1 SUPERVISOR: SENIOR ACCOUNTANT
3.2 DUTY STATION: In one of the Seed Centres at Morogoro, Iringa and Lushoto.
3.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Prepare and maintain Accounts Registers and books such as journals, petty cash
books, ledgers, registers and vouchers;

Prepare payment vouchers and receipts, verify their accuracy and make necessary
calculations and corrections;

Maintain accounts records files; to prepare and convey accounts documents

The Bank and to prepare Bank Reconciliation reports.

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

3.4 QUALIFICATIONS

Certificate of ATEC II or Foundation Level offered by NBAA or NABE III or


equivalent professional qualifications from a recognised training institution.

3.5 REMUNERATON
Salary Scale TGS B

4.0

TANZANIA ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION (TAEC)

The Tanzania Atomic Energy Commission (TAEC) is a Regulatory Commission


established under the Atomic Energy Act No. 7 of 2003, which became effective on 1st
July 2004. The Commission has been mandated to regulate and supervise the use of
Atomic Energy and Nuclear Technology so as to protect workers, patients, the public and
the environment from harmful effects of both Ionizing and Non-Ionizing Radiation. Further
to this TAEC has been mandated to co-ordinate and facilitate the promotion of Nuclear
Technology and the safe and peaceful utilization of Atomic Energy
4.1 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH OFFICER - (1 POST)
4.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Create data management system for all applications in the commission (Oracle,
SQL and other scientific data management systems);

Create ICT based training modules and develop yearly schedule for training;

Conduct ICT based training;

Troubleshoot computer virus related problems;

Manage and update the commission website and intranet;

Manage all servers of the commission;

Install, maintain, troubleshoot and upgrade computer hardware, software, personal


computer networks, peripheral equipment and electronic mail systems;

Other duties as assigned to him/her by his/her seniors.

Not above 45 years

4.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE


Masters Degree either in Information Technology, Computer Science, Computer
Engineering or Electronics and Communications Sciences.
4.4 REMUNERATION
PRSS 3
4.5 SENIOR RADIATION HEALTH PHYSICS RESEARCH OFFICER - (1 POST)-READVERTISED
4.6 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Carry out a routine study to identify priority areas for research in the field of
dosimetry for dose optimization in Ionizing Radiation practices;

Design and implement a research programme, and facilitate the dissemination or


use of the research outputs;

Provide consultancy services for safety analysis and assessment in support of


authorization services particularly of practices being introduced for the first time;

Supervise/assist junior staff in the activities of the section;

Identify training needs of specific radiation protection in the section;

Prepare document and implement a quality assurance and quality control


programme and manual;

Participate in international annual (e.g. IAEA) protection and therapy level postal
TL-dose intercomparisons;

Participate in International (e.g. IAEA) or regional protection and therapy level


intercomparisons for ion chamber calibration and measurements;

Seek and work for the laboratory accreditation or certification with reputable
laboratories in the field; and maintain such accreditation;

Design and implement follow-up programme for over exposed workers;

Upgrade dosimetry Laboratory and related equipment and facilities through


acquisition of equipment and consumables or refurbishment;

Design and implement research programmes, and facilitate the dissemination or


use of the research outputs;

Provide consultancy services for safety analysis and assessment in support of


authorization services particularly of practices being introduced for the first time;

Perform any other related duties assigned by his/her seniors.

4.7 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE


Masters Degree either in Nuclear Sciences, Physics, Radiological Health, Medical
Physics, Radiation Protection, or Radiation Physics and

A working experience of at least five (5) years working experience in research work
after Masters Degree and

Candidates must have published at least three scientific publications after Masters
Degree

Masters Degrees with working experience of at least six years after Masters
Degree and published at least four scientific publications after Masters Degree will
be slotted in PRSS 6.

Not above 45 years

4.8 REMUNERATION
PRSS 5
4.9 RADIATION HEALTH PHYSICS RESEARCH OFFICER - (2 POSTS)
4.10 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Participate in the regional and international dose inter comparisons

Provides advice to radiation safety officers liaison with other institutions.

Responsible for dosimetry and calibration of radiation measuring systems and


interpretation of results.

Implementation and co-ordination of radiation protection services.

Performance of research activities for the improvement of radiation protection


services.

Will be assigned specific duties in his/her relevant scientific discipline.

Establish and maintain registers and computer database for radiation sources,
licenses and various practices, which shall be kept up to date;

Formulate and implement appropriate procedures for informing licensees and the
public about radiation safety aspects of the regulated practices;

Assist health physicists in the coordination preparation, amendment of regulations,


code of practice, radiation protection guides;

Assist health physicists in establishing reference and intervention levels pertaining


to the protection of radiation workers;

Formulate and implement appropriate procedures for informing licensees and the
public about radiation safety aspects of the regulated practices;

Perform any other related duties assigned by his/her seniors

4.11 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE


Fresh holders of a Masters Degree in Nuclear Sciences, Physics, Radiological
Health, Medical Physics, Radiation Protection, or Radiation Physics

Not above 45 years

4.12 REMUNERATION
PRSS 3
4.13 ESTATE MANAGEMENT RESEARCH ASSISTANT- (1 POST)
4.14 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Supervises maintenance and cleaning of Institutes properties and grounds.

Examines bills of quantities.

Follows-up of title deeds and acquisition of land

Prepares of budgets for minor maintenance works;

Performs any other duties that may be assigned to him/her by the Head of Section.

4.15 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE


Bachelor degree either in Civil Engineering, Building, Architectural Studies with a
minimum of an Upper Second (Honours) from a recognized Institution
4.16 REMUNERATION
PRSS 1
4.17 CHIEF INTERNAL AUDITOR - (1 POST)
4.18 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Head the internal Auditor office;

Conducts internal Auditor inspections and ensure adherence to the financial


policies and procedures;

Advises the Director General on Auditor reports and queries;

Advises the Director General on the soundness, adequacy and application of


accounting and financial controls.

Performs any other duties assigned by the Director General.

4.19 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE


Must be registered with NBAA as an Authorized Accountant/ Auditor and holders of
Masters degree in relevant field.

Holders of CPA (T) or equivalent with working experience of at least five years.

4.20 REMUNERATION
PGSS 20
4.21 SUPPLIES OFFICER II - (2 POSTS)
4.22 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Ensure full responsibilities for the entire procurement of supplies functions;

Co-ordinate and forecast stores requirements;

Ensure maintenance and amendment of stock level figures;

Performs any other duties assigned by senior staff.

4.23 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE


Bachelor Degree/Advanced Diploma in Procurements and logistics from
recognized institution

Not above 45 years

4.24 REMUNERATION
PGSS 10
4.25 RADIATION SAFETY INSPECTOR - (1 POST)
4.26 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assist Senior Staff in the inspection and licensing activities;

Prepare and collect data required for processing various licence; application forms
from prospective licensees of ionizing radiation for consideration by the licensing
committee;

Prepare programmes of regulatory inspections of ionizing radiation practices and


implement or co-ordinate their implementation;

Arrange and make follow-up inspections for implementation of safety remedial


measures;

Conduct radiation surveillance and quality control tests of radiation premises and
equipment during inspections;

Prepare inspection & surveillance reports and table them to relevant committees
for consideration;

Establish and maintain a register or inventory of violations by licensees;

Establish and maintain strategic linkages with designated personnel in zones to


monitor compliance or violations;

Prepare and co-ordinate the implementation of QC and QA programmers for


diagnostic radiography, medical imaging and therapy;

Establish and maintain records for QC and QA for diagnostic radiography, medical
imaging and therapy;

Perform any other related duties assigned by his/her seniors.

4.27 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holders of Diploma in Diagnostic radiography, radiotherapy, radiation protection,


nuclear medicine or equivalent.

Not above 45 years

4.28 REMUNERATION
PGSS 7
4.29 PERSONAL SECRETARY I (1 POST)
4.30 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Types all general correspondence and non-confidential matters

Types letters, minutes, notes, bulletins, circulars, certificates, charts and stencils

Duplicates reports, letter etc.

Takes proper care of all machines under his/her charge and make sure they are
used for official work only

File copies of typed letter in relevant files

Receives and directs visitors

Make sure there are all necessary facilities for proper job performance e.g.
typewriters, different typing papers, carbon papers, erasing ink, ribbons etc

Performs any other duties assigned by the Head of Department

4.31 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holders of a Diploma in Secretarial Studies from recognized institutions plus


100/100 wpm in English / Swahili and 50 wpm typing, tabulation, and Manuscript

Stage III, Secretarial Duty and Office Procedure stage II and has completed a
Computer Course of not less than six months from recognized institutions.

Not above 45 years

4.32 REMUNERATION
PGSS 9
4.33 DRIVER II (1 POST)-RE-ADVERTISED
4.34 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Undertake minor adjustments and repairs of Commission vehicles and report any
major irregularities to the transport officer;

Ensure vehicles are kept in good running condition;

Supervise loading and unloading of materials;

Ensure that repair and services are carried out as required on schedules;

Ensures vehicles is used for purposes only;

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

4.35 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holders of form IV or VI certificate with Class C valid driving license.

Candidate must demonstrate good understanding of English language.

He/She should have some knowledge on motor vehicle maintenance.

Not above 45 years

4.36 REMUNERATION
POSS 5
4.37 OFFICE ASSISTANT III (1 POST)
4.38 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Cleaning and tiding offices and surroundings;

Collection and delivery of letters;

Dispatch letters;

Transmit official documents within the Institute;

Carry machinery/equipment;

Preparation and serving of tea/coffee etc.

Perform any other duties assigned by the seniors.

4.39 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

National Form IV certificate holders with passes in English and Kiswahili.

Not above 45 years

4.40 REMUNERATION
POSS 4

5.0

INSTITUTE OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING (IRDP)

The Institute of Rural Development Planning (IRDP) was established as a Corporate Body
under the Act of Parliament No. 8 of 1980 as a Higher Learning Institute for providing
Training, Research and Consultancy services in the fields of Rural Development
Planning.
5.1 INTERNAL AUDITOR II 1 POST
5.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Control and preparation of accounts up to Trial Balance.

Execute Audit programmes regarding payment of imprests, bank reconciliation,


ordering and payment for local goods and services;

Assists in review of measures for safeguarding assets and inventories;

Participate in stock tacking of the Institute Assets;

Review Auditor working papers;

Prepare and advise on Audit guidelines to be used by the Institute.

Perform any other duties as assigned by the supervisor

5.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE


Bachelor degree in Accounting with CPA (T), ACCA or equivalent with at least three
(3) years working experience and registered graduate Auditor.
5.4 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 10

5.5 ASSISTANT DEAN OF STUDENT III- 3 POSTS


5.6 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assist the Dean of Students in Students counseling and guidance in his/her
respective Hall of residence.

Coordinate students culture, recreational and sports activities in his/her Hall of


resident.

Take care of students welfare and ensure that the sick are urgently treated and
taken care of satisfactorily.

Perform any other duties prescribed by the Dean of Students

5.7 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE


Bachelor Degree either in Education, Social Welfare, Social Work or community
Development.
5.8 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 10
5.9 ACCOUNTANT II 3 POSTS
5.10 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Prepare monthly payroll;

Prepare journal voucher after preparation of payroll;

Initiate payment vouchers for employee salaries;

Prepare compulsory remittances to various authority;

Liase with ppf, pspf and others in respect of employees pension;

Ensure recovery of advances and imprest;

Prepare salary advances, mid month advances etc;

Prepare general ledger;

Extract trial balance;

Prepare monthly reports of income and expenditure in comparison to budget;

Prepare correction of errors in journal entries;

5.11 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE


Bachelor Degree in Accountancy from a recognized Institution.
5.12 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 10

5.13 PLANNING OFFICER II 1 POST


5.14 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Collect information and data on implementation of Institutes objectives;

Collect and analyse data for the formulation of plans;

Collect statistics and various economic information for analysis and preparation of
institute social economic projects;

Prepare activity profile of the Institute for planning purposes;

Carry out research on the performance of institute economic project for


management decision making;

Prepare work plan for the Department;

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

5.15 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE


Bachelor Degree or Advanced Diploma either in Development Planning (Regional
Planning, Population and Development Planning, Investment and Environment
Planning), Economics, Statistics or Project Planning and Management from a
recognized University/Institute.
5.16 REMUNERATION
SCALES: PGSS 10
5.17 PERSONAL SECRETARY III 4 POSTS
5.18 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
CO-ordinate all office needs and requirements;

Receive and direct visitors;

Keep minutes/records of meetings;

Arrange and attend meeting where necessary and write minutes;

Handle travel arrangement on duty for seniors and other members of the
unit/department.

Ensure that copies of letters are filed in relevant files.

Type confidential letters, minutes, circulars, certificates, charts and stencils,


coordinate and supervise typists in the unit.

5.19 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Form IV/VI with passes in English and Kiswahili and holder of full secretarial
certificate from (TPSC) or any college recognized by the Government, plus
100/120 w.p.m. short hand in English or Kiswahili, 80 w.p.m typing speed, and who
have passed tabulation and manuscript Stage III, Secretarial and office procedure
Stage II and has completed a basic computer course, with application of basic
computer programmes. E.g. Windows, Microsoft office, Microsoft Excel, Internet,
Email and Publisher.

5.20 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 8
5.21 ARTISAN II (PLUMBING) - 2 POSTS
5.22 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Perform specific craft jobs under close supervision;

Perform technical cleaning of the work environment;

Take care of tools and equipment;

Perform any other duties assigned by his/her supervisor

5.23 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holder of form IV certificate with Trade Test II certificate in relevant field from
recognized Institution.

5.24 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 6
5.25 ARTISAN II (ELECTRICITY) - 2 POSTS
5.26 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
perform specific craft jobs under close supervision;
perform technical cleaning of the work environment;

take care of tools and equipment;

perform any other duties assigned by his/her supervisor

5.27 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holder of form IV certificate with Trade Test II certificate in relevant field from
recognized Institution.

5.28 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 6
5.29 ARTISAN II (CARPENTRY AND JOINERY) - 2 POSTS
5.30 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Perform specific craft jobs under close supervision;

Perform technical cleaning of the work environment;

Take care of tools and equipment;

Perform any other duties assigned by his/her supervisor

5.31 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holder of form IV certificate with Trade Test II certificate in relevant field from
recognized Institution.

5.32 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 6
5.33 ARTISAN II (MASONRY) - 1 POST
5.34 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Perform specific craft jobs under close supervision;

Perform technical cleaning of the work environment;

Take care of tools and equipment;

Perform any other duties assigned by his/her supervisor

5.35 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holder of form IV certificate with Trade Test II certificate in relevant field from
recognized Institution.

5.36 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 6
5.37 ARTISAN II (PAINTER AND SIGN WRITER) - 1 POST
5.38 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Perform specific craft jobs under close supervision;

Perform technical cleaning of the work environment;

Take care of tools and equipment;

Perform any other duties assigned by his/her supervisor

5.39 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holder of form IV certificate with Trade Test II certificate in relevant field from
recognized Institution.

5.40 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 6
5.41 RECORDS OFFICER II 1 POST
5.42 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Receive mail from different various places

Register all incoming mails

File incoming mails, filing indexing, housing files, maintaining a diary and recording
files

Distribute files to scheduled officers

Handle registration of mails, filing, indexing housing files, maintaining a diary and
recording files

Ensure correct distribution of files to scheduled officers for action

Sort, address and dispatch letters/documents

5.43 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holder form IV Examination Certificate with Certificate in Records Management


from government recognized Institution plus computer skills

5.44 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 6
5.45 ASSISTANT HARDWARE/SOFTWARE TECHNICIAN II 1 POST
5.46 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Ensure that all faults and problems are quickly rectified and various protection
system is adhered to;
Ensure that internet access is available and ensure that all staff can access to the
internet is timely and appropriate;

Ensure and monitor the fault reporting systems to ensure service delivery meet
user demands, both internally and externally, taking remedial action as
appropriate;

Develop and maintain the ict equipment register, to provide a detailed analysis of
equipment replacement needs and central ICT resourcing.

5.47 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Holders of an Ordinary Diploma in Computer Science or Computer Technology


from a recognized Institution with three (3) years working experience.

5.48 REMUNERATION
Salary Scales: PGSS 6

6.0

WATER DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE


(WDMI)

Water Development and Management Institute (WDMI) is an Agency that was


established by Government Notice No 138 of 22nd August, 2008 according to the
Executive Agency Act (Cap.245) to replace the then Rwegarulila Water Resources
Institute. The Agency (Institute) operates under the Ministry of Water. WDMI is registered
by the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) to train technicians and
engineers.

6.0 SENIOR PLANNING OFFICER 1 POST


6.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Preparing estimates for capital development,


Liaising with Chief Accountant's Office in preparing the recurrent budget,
Compiling project profiles including sources of funding, custodian of
agreements with donors and monitors reports,
Assisting in managing the General Planning sub-system of the Planning Unit,
Performing any other Duties and Responsibilities as assigned by ones
reporting officer.

6.2 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

Masters degree either in Economics, Statistics or any other relevant field and
a relevant working experience of at least six years in related field

6.3 REMUNERATION

Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the institutions salary


scale WDMS 6

6.4 SENIOR TUTOR II AGRONOMY 1 POST


6.5 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Teaches up to NTA level 8 and may assist teaching in higher NTA levels
Prepares learning resources for practical exercises
Assists in caring out consultancy and community services
Assisting in conducting practical exercises for students in the department under
close supervision up to level 5
Carries consultancy and services job assignments under close supervision
Carries any other duty as assigned by superiors.

6.6 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

Masters degree in Agronomy or Agricultural Engineering.

6.7 REMUNERATION

Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the institutions salary


scale PTSS 13

7.0

INSTITUTE OF JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION LUSHOTO (IJA)

The Institute of Judicial Administration Lushoto is a Public Institution established by an


Act of Parliament No. 3 of 1998 (now Cap. 405 R.E. 2002) The major role of the Institute
is to offer and conduct long and short terms training programmes in legal disciplines
research and consultancy. Currently the Institute offers certificate and diploma in law
courses.
The Institute subscribes to the policy of equal opportunity employer and therefore invites
applications from candidates who are interested to work in the reviving Institute
environment and have the requisite skills, qualifications and experience for the positions
indicated below.
7.1 ASSISTANT LECTURER (LAW) (1 POST)
7.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Teach up to NTA level 6 (for Diploma);


Prepare learning resources and design training exercise for students;
Carry out lectures, conduct tutorials, seminars and practicals for diploma and
certificate programmes under close supervision;
Manage teaching programmes;
Prepare examinations, invigilating, marking and production of examination
results on time;
Conduct research and publish in areas of specialization;
Guide and supervise students in building up their practical and research
project;
Conduct consultancy and community services;
Participate in academic congregations;
Prepare teaching manuals, simulations and case for training;
Coach junior teaching staff;
Undertake individual research and participate in bigger multi-disciplinary
research projects;
Performs any other duties as assigned by a competent authority.

7.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

Masters Degree in Law (LL.M) with least GPA of 3.5 at Masters Degree and
a minimum GPA of 3.5 in the Bachelors Degree and registered as technical
teacher
Teaching experience of at least three (3) years will be an added advantage.

7.4 REMUNERATION
This position holds salary scale of PHTS 2 with other terms and conditions of the
Public Services.

8.0 TANZANIA FISHERIES RESEARCH INSTITUTE (TAFIRI)


Tanzania Fisheries Research Institute (TAFIRI) was established by the Act of
Parliament No. 6 of 1980 to promote, conduct, supervise, and co-ordinate fisheries
research in Tanzania. The Institute is governed by the Board of Directors. This
Institute is comprised of four Centres and one Substation: Mwanza Centre and
Sota Substation on Lake Victoria, Kigoma Centre on Lake Tanganyika, Kyela
Centre on Lake Nyasa and Dar es Salaam Centre on the Indian Ocean. The
Institute Headquarters is located at Kunduchi in Dar es Salaam.
8.1 CHIEF INTERNAL AUDITOR-1 POST
8.2 DUTY STATION: HEADQUARTERS DAR ES SALAAM
8.3 REPORTS TO: DIRECTOR GENERAL
8.4 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

In-charge of the Auditing Unit.


Plan, co-ordinate and direct all Internal Audit inspections to ensure adherence to
the financial policies and procedures.
Advise the Institute on the soundness, adequacy and application of internal control
regulations.
Advise on measures to reduce expenses and increase income.
Advise the Director General from time to time on efficient management and control
of Institutes assets.
Follow up implementation of recommended actions given by his/her Audit
Department from time to time.
Perform any other duties as may be assigned by the Director General from time to
time.

8.5 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Possession of full Professional Qualification: Certified Public Accountant


(Tanzania) [CPA (T)], Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA),
Chartered Accountant (CA) or equivalent and must be registered by the National
Board of Accountants and Auditors Tanzania (NBAA) as Authorized
Accountant/Auditor with at least six (6) years of working experience three (3) of
which should be in a senior position in reputable organization.
He/She must be computer literate.
8.6 REMUNERATION
SALARY SCALE: PGSS 19/20

9.0 UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM (UDSM)


The University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) is a public university in Dar es
Salaam, Tanzania. It was established in 1961 as an affiliate college of
the University of London. The university became an affiliate of the University of
East Africa (UEA) in 1963, shortly after Tanzania gained its from the United
Kingdom. In 1970, UEA split into three independent universities: Makerere
University in Uganda, the University of Nairobi in Kenya, and the University of Dar
es Salaam.

9.1 LABORATORY TECHNICIAN I - PROSECTUS - (1 POST)


9.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Carries out, independently, specified routine technical tasks which require a higher
degree of technical knowledge and skills;
Implements specified maintenance plans for laboratory facilities;
Implements specified technical plans and designs connected with research,
students' practical and consultancy work ;
Assists senior staff in relevant fields of operation and
Performs any other duties as assigned by ones reporting officer.
9.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

Diploma in Anatomy and Histology from a recognized institution.


At least four (4) years relevant working experience serving in a similar position.

9.4 LIBRARY OFFICER II - (3 POSTS)

9.5 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Carries out routine professional duties;


Processes added copies and continuations;
Maintains public and staff catalogues;
Ensures proper shelving of books and periodicals;
Copies catalogues with CIP data;
Handles inter library loans-gifts and exchanges and
Performs any other duties that may be assigned to her/him from time to time .
9.6 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Bachelor Degree in Library Studies.


At least two years working experience in similar position.
9.7 LABORATORY SCIENTIST - (1 POST)
9.8 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Organizes practicals for undergraduate students;


Participates in consultancy projects under close supervision of senior staff;
Assists academic staff in their research and development activities;
Plans and supervises maintenance of laboratory/workshop facilities;
Guides technicians and artisans in their daily activities and
Performs any other duties that may be assigned to her/him from time to time.

9.9 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor of Science/Advanced Diploma in Survey/Geometrics from a recognised


institution with at least four years relevant working experience in a similar position.
9.10 LABORATORY SCIENTIST PHYSIOLOGY II- (1 POST)
9.11 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Assists in research and development activities;


Assists in consultancy activities;
Assists in maintenance of facilities and
Performs any other duties that may be assigned by ones reporting officer.

9.12 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor of Science / Advanced Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology


specializing in Blood Transfusion / Haematology with at least four years
experience in a similar position.
9.13 LABORATORY ASSISTANT II (1 POST)
9.14 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Performs more challenging laboratory jobs under close supervision of a qualified


technician;
Performs routine cleanliness of the laboratory;
Collects and takes care of equipment involved in teaching and
Performs any other duties as may be assigned by ones reporting officer.
9.15 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Form IV certificate plus Trade Test Grade I/ Certificate of Competence level III in
a relevant field with a relevant working experience of at least four years in a similar
position.

9.16 COMPUTER OPERATOR II (1 POST)


9.17 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Assists students in dissemination of run jobs;


Assists in software maintenance;
Assists in running small scale customer jobs and
Performs any other duties as may be assigned by ones reporting officer.
9.18 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Form IV certificate plus possession of a certificate of a computer course (with bias


in computer operations) from a recognised institution.
At least four years working experience in a similar position.

9.20 STUDIO INSTRUCTOR I (1 POST)


9.21 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Prepares teaching materials in the relevant area of specialization of studio work;


Checks operations of studio work requirements;

Assists Studio Instructor in the operations of relevant areas of specialization and


Performs any other duties as may be assigned by ones reporting officer.
9.22 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Bachelor Degree in Fine and Performing Arts with at least four years working
experience in a similar position.

10. 0 TANZANIA PUBLIC SERVICE COLLEGE (TPSC)


The Tanzania Public Service College (TPSC) is a Government Executive Agency
established in 2000 as a direct response to fill a void for a sustainable public service
training institution. TPSC offers programmes that are directly linked to Government
business agenda and demand driven. As the demands for the public service to offer
quality services at affordable costs increase, it is imperative that the service should be
staffed with competent personnel. Hence, TPSCs core business is to develop the
appropriate public service competences, which will transform the service into effective
and efficient machinery that will strive to meet citizens needs in terms of services. TPSCs
Mission is to improve the quality, efficiency and effectiveness of the public service of
Tanzania by providing comprehensive training, consultancy and applied research
interventions.
11.1 OFFICE ASSISTANT 2 POSTS (RE- ADVERTISED)
11.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Assists in organizing meeting arrangements when needed.

Distributes mails internally to respective offices & staff.

Duplicates documents, such as circulars and other publications.

Circulates files and documents internally to respective staff.

Prepares and serves tea and refreshments to staff during meetings and/or
workshops.
11.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

Form IV Secondary School Education Certificate with Environment maintenance


Certificate from VETA or equivalent.

12.0 WEIGHTS AND MEASURES AGENCY (WMA)

Weights and Measures Agency is a government institution which is under the ministry of
Industry and Trade. Weights and Measures Agency was established under the Executive
Agencies Act (Cap.245). The Mandate of WMA is to provide protection to consumers in
relation to legal metrological control which includes legal control of measuring
instruments, metrological supervision and metrological expertise in trade, health, safety
and environment.
12.1 INFORMATION, EDUCATION, COMMUNICATION AND MARKETING
MANAGER (1 POST)
12. 2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Advise the Agency on Information, Education, communication and Marketing
services;

Coordinate preparation and delivery of public awareness programs;

Coordinate preparation of wmas articles, brochures, leaflets, exhibitions

and

newsletters;

Develop and implement system of public dialogue;

Develop and implement a complaints handling system;

Coordinate press briefings;

Update wmas website;

Establish and maintain the library;

Undertake service delivery surveys by collecting stakeholders/clients views on


services rendered by WMA.

12.3 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE


Bachelor Degree and Masters Degree/Postgraduate
Communication,

Public

Relations

or

Marketing

from

either
a

in

Mass

recognized

University/Institution.

Twelve (12) years of working experience in the related field, with at least 5 years
experience in Management or Senior positions.

Must have a high level of interpersonal skills, team builder and ability to work with
a team.

Must be Computer Literate.

12.4 REMUNERATION
According to Weights and Measures Agency Salary Scale WMAS 9.

15.0 ARDHI UNIVERSITY


Ardhi University has vacant positions in the Administrative and Technical cadre. The
University subscribes to the policy of an equal opportunity employer and therefore invites
applications from candidates who are interested to work in a thriving University
environment and have the requisite skills, qualifications and experience for various
positions as indicated below.
15.1 SENIOR PRINTING ASSISTANT III (1 Post) (RE-ADVERTISED)
15.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Carries out plans and schedules of work for implementation.

Assists in preparing training materials for various courses in printing section.

Assists in training of junior staff in the fine points of printing processes

Assists in ensuring that adequate and appropriate printing materials and supplies
are available.

Operates and maintains offset presses.

Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by ones reporting officer.

15.3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

Form IV/VI Certificate with Diploma in Printing Technology/Trade Test Grade I in


Printing Technology from a recognized institution and working experience of at
least three years in similar position plus ICT skills

15.4 BINDER I (1 POST) (RE-ADVERTISED)


15.5 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Assists in carrying out routine binding operations

Assists in operations of advanced hand-taking blocking.

Operates and takes care of high-frequency machines

Keeps schedules, layouts, work records and rubbing.

Inspects daily dockets and control forms.

Checks work results to ensure adherence to standard and quality of work.

Determines optimum utilization of resources.

Prepares training materials for various courses in book-binding and print finishing.

Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by ones reporting officer.

15.6 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

Form IV/VI Certificate with Diploma/Trade Test Grade I

in Book Binding from a

recognized Institution plus ICT skills; OR holder of Form IV/VI Certificate with
Trade Test Grade II in Book Binding and working experience of at least three years
in a similar position plus ICT skills.

16.0 PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLIES PROFESSIONALS AND


TECHNICIANS BOARD (PSPTB)
Procurement and Supplies Professionals and Technicians Board (PSPTB) established
in 2007 by Parliamentary Act No. 23 is the successor of both the National Board for
Materials Management (NBMM) founded in 1981 by Parliamentary Act No.9, and
Materials Management Caretaker Committee (MMCC). MMCC founded in 1978 laid
down foundation for professionalism which later gave rise to the birth of NBMM.

16.1 PRINCIPAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY II 1 POST


16.7 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Supervisor of the Information technology and computing activities;


Makes hardware and software acquisition recommendations including helping
users assess needs and providing justification for equipment and services;
Network services supervisor;
Manage the Information Technology based training;
Chief advisor on all matters relating to problems with computer systems, including
troubleshooting hardware and software, e-mail, network and peripheral equipment;
Assess user training needs and trains users in effective use of applications; makes
recommendations regarding hardware and software acquisitions; prepares
documentation and provides user assistance to all staff; and performs related work
as required;
Create ICT based learning modules;
Responsible for safe custody of IT equipment, control their movement and
inventory;

Assist in performing quality control procedures and functional checks of IT software


and hardware in order to establish daily status of operation.

16.8 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Masters Degree or Postgraduate Diploma either in Information Technology,


Computer Science, Computer Engineering or Electronics and Communications
Sciences and have passed a professional examination (CISCO CNNA, Microsoft
Certified Professionals (MCP) or Certified Novell Engineer (CNE) with at least
seven years working experience.

16.9 REMUNERATION
SALARY SCALE PSPTBSS 8

16.10 PRINCIPAL CONSULTANCY COORDINATOR II- (1 POST)


16.11 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Perform that function through research, evaluation


implementation.
Deal with research and consultancy assignments.
And supervisory responsibilities.

and

best

practice

16.12 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Masters Degree in Procurement and Supplies Management plus CSP/CPSP or


its equivalent with working experience of not less than seven years. Must be
registered with the Board.

16.13 REMUNERATION
SALARY SCALE: PSPTBSS 8

16.14 PRINCIPAL PLANNING OFFICER II (1 POST)


16.15 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Advice the Director of Professional Development on project development on all


matters part arising to project development.
Ensure good coordination on the Boards economic activities.
Prepare annual and long term development plan.
Evaluate project implementation and give recommendations.

16.16 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Masters Degree either in Economics, Economic Planning or Business


Administration from recognized Institution. With at least eight years working
experience.

16.17 REMUNERATION
SALARY SCALE:

PSPTBSS 9

17.0 TANZANIA SMALL HOLDERS OF TEA DEVELOPMENT AGENCY


(TSHTDA)
17.1 PRINCIPAL AGRICULTURAL FIELD OFFICER II 1 POST
17.2 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Provides education and advice to Small Holders and good tea husbandry in order
to increase yields and quality of green leaf;

Helps farmers in establishing tea nurseries;

Monitors the implementation of plans;

Determines inputs requirement for Small Holders, such as fertilizer, agrochemicals,


and agrocides;

Evaluates farmers knowledge on tea husbandry techniques;

Collects and stores data of tea production for a given area.

Carries out other duties as may be assigned by Area Agricultural Officer in-charge;

Liaisoning with subject matter specialists (SMS) Agricultural extension officers of


the local councils selected to help the Agency;

Prepares draft plans for tea development to be submitted to the Agency


Headquarters;

Monitors the implementation of the plans and recommends remedial measures;

Writes monthly, quarterly and annual reports and submits them to the
Headquarters;

Encourages Small Holders to form cooperative societies or SACCOS so that they


can solicit loans from financial institutions or other stakeholders, NGOs or CBOs
etc; and

Any other duties as may be assigned by Agricultural and Extension Services


Director.

17.3 QUALIFICATIONS
Holder of Diploma in Agriculture, Agricultural Economics from a recognized
Institution or University.

Not less than nine (9) years in Agriculture activities or related functions.

17.4 REMUNERATON
Salary Scale: TAOSS 5
17.5 OFFICE MANAGEMENT SECRETARY 1 POST
17.6 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Types confidential matters;

Works with heads of sections, units and departments;

Co-ordinates all office needs and requirements;

Receives and distributes letters to respective officials;

Receives and directs visitors,

Keeps minutes / records of meetings;

Arranges and attends meeting where necessary and writes minutes;

Receives telephone calls and take messages;

Handles travel arrangement on duty for senior officers and other members of the
unit / department;

Ensures expedient, accurate and clean execution of Duties and Responsibilities;

Ensures that copies of letters are filed in relevant files;

Types confidential letters, minutes, circulars, certificates, charts and stencils;

Co-ordinates and supervise typists in the unit;

Ensuring cleanliness of the office(s) she works and those of the officers he/she
works with;

Takes proper care of facilities and equipment under her charge; and

(xvi)
Performs any other Duties and Responsibilities assigned by ones
reporting officer.

17.7 QUALIFICATIONS
Holder of a Diploma in Secretarial Studies from a recognized Institution with
training certificate in advanced computer programmes such as Windows, Microsoft
Office and Publisher.

Not less than six (6) years working experience in a reputable organization.

17.8 REMUNERATON
Salary Scale: TAOSS 4
17.9 DRIVER GRADE II 1 POST
17.10 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Driving all types of motor vehicles skillfully and adhering to maintenance
schedules;
Attending to minor repairs and reporting faults for repair by mechanics; and

Ensuring cleanliness of vehicles.

17.11 QUALIFICATIONS
Form IV secondary education with class C valid driving license and least three
years driving experience.

Holder of a Trade test grade II certificate offered by the National Institute of


Transport

17.12 REMUNERATON
Salary Scale: TAOSS 1/2

X.M. DAUDI
Secretary
Public Service Recruitment Secretariat