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Overview
NECTA Certificate of Secondary Education Examination(CSEE) This is an achievement test offered to candidates who have completed four years of secondary education in Tanzania so as to get those who will pass their exams to join with advanced level for two year to study form five and six, also to get students who will be chosen to join various technical College in Tanzania.
This CSEE Exam always conducted begin of November and date to release Form Exam Results not well specified but it will be released next year from the year Form four Students sit for Exam.
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Jobs Vacancies at NMB Bank Plc 2020 AJIRA

Jobs Vacancies at NMB Bank Plc 2020

AJIRA  2020 / NAFASI ZA KAZI 2020
Job Title: Chief Human Resources Officer
Our Client, NMB Bank PLC., is seeking to recruit a Chief Human Resources Officer who will lead the HR functions and report to the Managing Director. By leading the HR Leadership Team, he/she carries the final responsibility for the department’s vision, strategy, and perennial plan and, derived from the latter, annual HR plan.

Responsibilities
Manage the HR Leadership Team, hierarchically and functionally, supporting the individuals in their professional develop­ment. Challenge the team to translate the strategy to their fields of expertise safeguarding the implementation in Employee Relations, HR Business Partnering, HR Centre of Expertise and HR Shared Services.
Visibly be the leader of HR throughout NMB and towards third parties representing the organisation
Fill the role of strategic advisor for the CEO and the NMB Board HR Committee
Safeguard succession management for top management
Lead the Leadership Team in identifying, addressing and mitigating potential risks in HR given the internal and external environment. Timely escalate any issues that may jeopardise NMBs reputation
Align the HR systems so that all areas in HR are focused and advance the leadership’s strategic goals and direction
Lead by example amongst others representing NMB’s values, the (internal and external) client focus and the HR vision, strategy and plans
Further strengthen a culture and environment in which people can use their talents optimally supporting the bank’s strategy and ambitions, in which ethics and NMB’s values are safeguarded in dealings with employees
Periodic self-assessment of risk and controls
Attributes
Impeccable integrity and customer focus
Insight into how to translate a company strategy to the various areas of HR, creating a coherent HR vision and approach
Experience in strategy implementation, translation to daily practice with a team and assessment of impact in the business
Good working knowledge of the legal HR requirements
Experience in dealing with trade unions, deescalating potential issues and preventing and managing conflicts, negotiat­ing.
Focus on demand management (internal clients and their needs), as demand management is key to the HR Operating Model
Interest in people’s development, including listening, coaching, team building and leading by example
Stakeholder management at executive and board level and externally
Counselling skills
Passion for HR in banking, current state and future developments
Cool headed crisis management, damage control in case of calamities

Qualifications & Experience
Master’s degree in Business, Human Resources or other relevant area gained from a recognized university and/or 74- years as an HR executive for a large international, commercial organisation
Either a minimum of 10 years’ experience in leading an HR department and creating an HR strategic framework for a large (1000+ staff) professional company.
Proven track record in defining and executing an HR approach that is focused on global and local best practices and based on the latest insights from international HR leaders and institutes
Key Competencies required are Intellectual Potential, Inspirational Leadership, Execution, Building Talent and Change Potential

How To Apply
Email your CV and application letter to jerome@radarrecruitment.com stating the Reference Number 32211 in the subject line.
The closing date for applications is Friday 10th January 2020. recruitment Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

New Jobs Vacancies at Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania (CCBRT) 2019

New Jobs Vacancies at Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania (CCBRT) 2019

Position: Training Center Manager
Job Summary
Ref: 2019-13
Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania (CCBRT) is a Tanzanian health care organization which works to prevent disability, provide affordable medical and rehabilitative services, and aid empowerment of people with disabilities and their families. CCBRT Academy was founded in 2018 as part of CCBRT strategy to provide specialist trainings for healthcare professionals that enhance learning by integrating theory and practice. The CCBRT Academy provides training solutions for internal as external staff as well as rental of training facilities. In order to develop further the CCBRT Academy as a social-enterprise and implement a sustainable business model for the Academy, further enabling CCBRT to provide subsidized healthcare to patients in need, we are looking for a visionary and pragmatic Training Center Manager who will strategically position the Academy on the training landscape in Tanzania and ensure the smooth and professional operation of the Academy.

Job Description
Your role
As Training Centre Manager you will be in charge of the CCBRT Academy, working closely with a variety of CCBRT clinical departments and support services to pursue the vision of a sustainable and revenue-generating academy through offering specialized trainings for working healthcare professionals along the key fields of CCBRT’s clinical profile.
You will lead a small team to implement, and adapt the CCBRT’s Academy ́s 5-year Business Development Plan.
You will ensure the strategic positioning of the Academy in alignment with the CCBRT’s vision and mission.
You will be in charge of developing the training offer, content and methodology together with key stakeholders at CCBRT and external partners. As such you will be the key point of contact for trainers, trainees, and cooperation partners.
Besides the strategic development of the business, you will be responsible for efficient and timely planning, organization and execution of the trainings and ensure that each training session is performed according to CCBRT
Academy quality standards. You will represent the Academy to official instances and develop and manage customer relations. Further to this you will work closely with the CCBRT Marketing Department to promote the rental of CCBRT Academy facilities.
Your qualifications and work experience:
Degree in management, education, communications, healthcare or related field
Minimum of five years’ relevant work experience
Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and Swahili
Drive and persistence: Strategic thinker able to move things forward
Proven track record in Training/Education related positions
Connected in the Tanzanian education and healthcare sectors
Able to influence and get buy-in
Self-motivated
Excellent computer literacy
HOW TO APPLY
If you are interested, please submit your curriculum vitae with 2 references, a full overview of type of cases performed as practitioner, and a cover letter telling us why you believe you are the right person for the role, and why you want to work for CCBRT in particular. We are an equal opportunities employer and encourage people with disabilities to apply. Please send your application via email to: recruitment.ccbrt@ccbrt.org
Please indicate job reference number: 2019-12 CCBRT Academy | DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 14th January 2020.

Job Vacancies at Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) 2020

Job Vacancies at Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) 2020

AJIRA  2020 / NAFASI ZA KAZI 2020
Position: Pediatrician – Kigoma
Job Summary
Ref: 2019-13
Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania (CCBRT) is a Tanzanian health care organization which works to prevent disability, provide affordable medical and rehabilitative services, and aid empowerment of people with disabilities and their families. CCBRT Academy was founded in 2018 as part of CCBRT strategy to provide specialist trainings for healthcare professionals that enhance learning by integrating theory and practice. The CCBRT Academy provides training solutions for internal as external staff as well as rental of training facilities. In order to develop further the CCBRT Academy as a social-enterprise and implement a sustainable business model for the Academy, further enabling CCBRT to provide subsidized healthcare to patients in need, we are looking for a visionary and pragmatic Training Center Manager who will strategically position the Academy on the training landscape in Tanzania and ensure the smooth and professional operation of the Academy.

Job Description
Your role
As Training Centre Manager you will be in charge of the CCBRT Academy, working closely with a variety of CCBRT clinical departments and support services to pursue the vision of a sustainable and revenue-generating academy through offering specialized trainings for working healthcare professionals along the key fields of CCBRT’s clinical profile.
You will lead a small team to implement, and adapt the CCBRT’s Academy ́s 5-year Business Development Plan.
You will ensure the strategic positioning of the Academy in alignment with the CCBRT’s vision and mission.
You will be in charge of developing the training offer, content and methodology together with key stakeholders at CCBRT and external partners. As such you will be the key point of contact for trainers, trainees, and cooperation partners.
Besides the strategic development of the business, you will be responsible for efficient and timely planning, organization and execution of the trainings and ensure that each training session is performed according to CCBRT
Academy quality standards. You will represent the Academy to official instances and develop and manage customer relations. Further to this you will work closely with the CCBRT Marketing Department to promote the rental of CCBRT Academy facilities.
Your qualifications and work experience:
Degree in management, education, communications, healthcare or related field
Minimum of five years’ relevant work experience
Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and Swahili
Drive and persistence: Strategic thinker able to move things forward
Proven track record in Training/Education related positions
Connected in the Tanzanian education and healthcare sectors
Able to influence and get buy-in
Self-motivated
Excellent computer literacy
Application Procedures:

APPLICATION DETAILS
Interested candidates are invited to submit their application letter, detailed CV and supporting documents (copies of diplomas) to Administrator, MSF Tanzania, Nduta in the CV Box or msfch-tanzania-recruitment@geneva.msf.org by 4.00 pm on 03rd of January 2020 Please indicate on the Envelope/Subject Line the position title: PEDIATRICIAN

Only applications in English or French will be considered.
Women are encouraged to apply. Only short-listed candidates will be invited for test and interview. (MSF is an equal Employer and does not charge any application/recruitment or training fee)

New Jobs Opportunities at Standard Chartered, 2020

New Jobs Opportunities at Standard Chartered, 2020

AJIRA  2020 / NAFASI ZA KAZI 2020
Job Title: Chief Information Officer – (1900029868)
Job: Technology
Primary Location: Africa & Middle East-Tanzania-Dar es Salaam
Schedule: Full-time
Employee Status: Permanent
Posting Date: 20/Dec/2019
Unposting Date: 11/Jan/2020

About Standard Chartered
We are a leading international bank focused on helping people and companies prosper across Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
To us, good performance is about much more than turning a profit. It’s about showing how you embody our valued behaviours – do the right thing, better together and never settle – as well as our brand promise, Here for good.
We’re committed to promoting equality in the workplace and creating an inclusive and flexible culture – one where everyone can realise their full potential and make a positive contribution to our organisation. This in turn helps us to provide better support to our broad client base.

The Role Responsibilities
As a business partner, the Chief Information Officer (CIO) is responsible for maintaining the Bank’s Technology infrastructure capability, supporting the business activities across the Business segments. The responsibility of the CIO also includes ensuring full compliance with all Country and Group policies (consistent in execution), statutory regulations, local banking laws, anti-money laundering regulations and industry practices.
The CIO takes primary ownership of country/regional business engagement and communication to influence and drive future technology agenda for country/region in alignment with Group Technology strategy orchestrating seamless support from all technology players to ensure delivery of the best technology solutions in time, within budget, with least risks and highest service continuity. The responsibilities also include providing local leadership across all teams and contributing to employee engagement, talent development and performance management.

Strategy
Engaging key stakeholders – Country CEO, Country COO, Country Business Heads, Group Technology, and GBS to develop and implement an end-to-end technology service delivery strategy.
Provide technology thought leadership and influence country’s business strategy with the effective and innovative deployment of technology.
Develop transformative solutions and introduce capabilities that align to Business strategies with an end-to-end view
Develop client related technology service strategies to enhance revenue potential and improve utilisation of current service provisions
Involve and play pivotal role in investment decisions and PED authorisations
Understand and contribute to country’s business strategy and communicate country business direction to Group Technology. Influence Group Technology to ensure that approved business plans have matching technology investment plans available for business investment committee evaluation.
MODE OF APPLICATION: APPLY ONLINE

Business
Ensuring that all technology service needs are addressed, regardless of type, to comply with any prevailing SLAs and/or reasonable expectations of country businesses.
Reviewing progress of Group Technology service improvement initiatives for the country, escalating and contributing ideas as appropriate;
Ensure adequate capacity plan is in place to meet business growth and transformative projects
Provide steer in major Business driven projects to ensure minimum manual hand-off processes with good technology service metrics (Delivery timeline, Business Benefits metrics etc)
Work with relevant stakeholders to enhance client experience vide changes and introduction of new technologies and innovation to enhance revenue potential
Drive overall country performance as a part of the responsibilities of a Country Management Team member
Facilitate/coordinate business-facing forums (where required) and involve the relevant Group Technology personnel. Ensure suitable executive forum representation of Country Management Team, Country Operations Risk Team, major initiative country implementation and project steering committees. 

Processes
Ensure that the Group Technology change management process caters for all country change needs, and that any complementary in-country approval processes are confirmed with Group Technology. In approving system changes, the CIO will act as the ‘gatekeeper’ of the country’s production environment by assessing impact and level of risk as a result of scheduled changes.
For incidents having significant business impact, support the problem/incident management process which is owned by Group Technology. This will mainly involve the communication/escalation to business management of service impact, recovery process, root cause, and mitigating actions, and communication back to Group Technology of business concerns.
Implement policies and procedures for the Country with guidance from Group policies and procedures
Ensure operational disciplines such as capacity and risk management are well embedded, measured and tracked
Drive continuous improvements in productivity and cost efficiencies
Be accountable for all technology services supported by internal and external service providers
Ensure appropriate governance of End User Computing (EUC) Applications used in the Country
Ensure high security and protection of the Bank’s, Client information & assets
Streamline and digitize end-to-end processes to reduce manual hand-off, reduce risk and improve client/customer service collaborating with relevant stakeholders
Measure and improve business satisfaction with overall Group Technology service on a regular basis. Feedback to be channelled into Group Technology management for improvement planning. Also ensuring Country business awareness of Group Technology plans accordingly. 

People and Talent
Lead through example and build the appropriate culture and values. Sets appropriate tone and expectations for their team and work in collaboration with risk and control partners.
Employ, engage and retain high quality (skill and experienced) people to deliver its obligations.
Ensure the provision of ongoing training and development; ensure that direct and matrix reports are suitably skilled and qualified for their roles and that they have effective supervision in place to mitigate any risks.
Set and monitor job descriptions and objectives for direct reports and provide feedback and rewards in line with their performance against those responsibilities and objectives.
Create a motivational and challenging environment for staff which is conducive to creativity and performance with customer centricity in mind
Based on the scale of services between country business and Group Technology, the extent and profile of resource in the CIO team shall vary. Each CIO shall determine this resource profile with the GT matrix accordingly and confirm such plans with the Cluster CIO. As this is a significant customer-facing Group Technology role, the ‘value add’ of the CIO function will be assessed on a regular basis through country business and Group Technology feedback, and resourcing levels, skills, and focus be reviewed/adjusted accordingly. 

Risk Management
Facilitating the evolution and agreement of balanced business risk and commercial service level agreements between business groups and Group Technology;
Ensure that country/ region’s exposure to each form of technology risk is understood and managed. Ensure regulator and external audit 2-way communication, submission requirements and reporting needs are met by Group Technology to address any such legal and compliance expectations.
Oversight of Technology and Information Security Risks in the region. In line with in-country cyber R & R issued by CISO, act as first line owner for Information, Communication and Security Risk in the country.
Ensure Country adheres to internal and external sourcing policies and procedures related to technology
Effective management of all technology risks including reporting high or very high rated risks based on Group materiality thresholds to the relevant Risk Committees
Act quickly and decisively when any risk and control weakness becomes apparent and ensure they are addressed within an appropriate timeframe and escalated through the relevant committees.
As required, act as the first line risk owner under the Group’s risk management framework at the appropriate level
Ensure all necessary external legal and regulatory controls are in place from initial migration through service provisioning for Technology
Balance business performance delivery and cost management constraints with risk and control matters to ensure that they do not materially threaten the Group’s ability to remain within risk appetite.
Responsible for business continuity planning for the country and plans in sync with the GBS.
Ensure risk metrics are actively reviewed along with the Risk & Control Function
Ensure risks associated with acquisition and integration activities are well documented and addressed
Ensuring that Group Technology responds to all forms of end-to-end country business technology risk needs, including all audit, local regulatory, compliance, DR, BCP technology component, obsolescence, virus susceptibility and security needs. This includes the coordination of penetration testing conducted by GIS or external parties for internet-based systems to comply with local regulatory requirements. Escalate material technology risks to Group Technology for TRISC/TORC attention as appropriate. 

Governance
Support the Cluster and Regional CIO to implement group policies and procedures in the country
Ensure compliance with the highest standards of regulatory and business conduct and compliance practices as defined by internal and external requirements. This includes compliance with local banking laws and anti-money laundering regulations and guidelines.
Ensure adequate change management process is in place to govern technology change management as well as project change management
Establish and maintain rigor in monitoring performance against budgets
Balance business performance delivery and cost management with risk and control matters to ensure that it does not materially threaten the Group, remaining within risk appetite
Establish working relationship between Country COO and maintain close exchange via an agreed format
Ensure adequate oversight is given to acquisition and integration activities
Ensure a clear strategy is devised to achieve the fair dealing and fair accountability outcomes which are clearly communicated to all T&I staff
Fully accountable and own regulatory audit/inspections on Technology teams in county as well as in offshore service centres. 
Regulatory & Business Conduct
Display exemplary conduct and live by the Group’s Values and Code of Conduct
Lead the team to achieve the outcomes set out in the Bank’s Conduct Principles: [Fair Outcomes for Clients; Effective Financial Markets; Financial Crime Compliance; The Right Environment.]*
Take personal responsibility for understanding the risk and compliance requirements of the role. Understand and comply with, in letter and spirit, all applicable laws and regulations, including those governing anti-money laundering, terrorist financing and sanctions; the Group’s policies and procedures; and the Group Code of Conduct. Effectively and collaboratively identify, escalate, mitigate and resolve risk and compliance matters. 

Key Stakeholders
Internal
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Operations Officer
Business Heads – Direct interaction with Country Management Team (RMT) and direct reports to discuss strategic initiatives, contribute to business strategy and communication of Group Technology strategy and initiatives
Group Internal Audit
Country risk teams/committees eg CNFRC
Legal and Compliance (Regulators)
Human Resources
Supply Chain Management
Regional Technology Project Management Office
Group Technology
Group Systems Development – on roadmap, new initiatives & project status, local implementations
Group Technology Production Services – on run matters and status, problem and change management
External
Local regulators and other government departments/officials
Clients
Industry partners, Banking Associations, etc
Relevant Exchange and Cyber Security Forum
Relevant banking associations
Local software and hardware vendors
Other Responsibilities
Embed Here for good and Group’s brand and values in the team,
Perform other responsibilities assigned under Country, Group, Business or Functional policies and procedures.
Responsible for building a culture of good conduct.
Our Ideal Candidate
Proven experience in a senior technical leadership role in either a business segment or functional IT role
Proven Relationship Management skills with ability to finesse relationships at the Country and Regional level
Deep knowledge of the Standard Chartered Network, joining the dots between business and technology strategy and delivery in country
The ability to work well under pressure
Organisation and time management
Project Management
Vendors certifications (e.g. Microsoft, Cisco, VM etc)
Apply now to join the Bank for those with big career ambitions.
To view information on our benefits including our flexible working please visit our career pages.

Apply online here

Names Called for Interview at UTUMISHI – TPRI on 17

THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA
PRESIDENT’S OFFICE
PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT

Names Called for Interview at UTUMISHI – TPRI on 17 – 18 December, 2019 Released Today 12th December, 2019
UTUMISHI: MAJINA YA WALIOITWA KWENYE USAILI UTUMISHI DECEMBER, 2019
The Public Service Recruitment Secretariat (PSRS) is a government organ with a status of independent Department established specifically to facilitate the recruitment process of employees to the Public Service.
Public Service Recruitment Secretariat was established by the Public Service Act No. 8 0f 2002 as amended by Act No. 18 of 2007, section 29(1).
Names released on behalf of: Pesticides Research Institute (TPRI)

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84 New Job Vacancies at Medical Teams International, 2019

New Job Vacancies at Medical Teams International, 2019

 TANZANIA 2019 / NAFASI ZA KAZI 2019
Job Title: NURSE MIDWIFE (84 POSITION)
Job Summary
Provide obstetrical care to pregnant women and their babies, doing follow up before, during and after delivery, according to MTI obstetrical and reproductive health protocols, universal hygienic and newborn caring standards and under the supervision of a specialist doctor, in order to ensure their health conditions and avoid post-delivery complications.

Job Description
Reports to Direct: Nurse Officer
Supervises Direct: Enrolled Midwife
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
Provide comprehensive maternal and child services to mothers during and after pregnancy, including managing complications and referring high risk pregnancies
Responsible for delivering babies, preparing birth attestation and monitoring the general health condition of the mother and the newborn
Assessing the feasibility for referral of pregnant women form the TBAs to the OPD/MCH for medical evaluation and/or complicated deliveries.
Provide counselling to mothers on pregnancy and post-pregnancy management, including proper breastfeeding techniques, bathing and preparation of bottles
Participate in PHC activities including health education, family planning, preparing for childbirth, HCT services and nutrition programs, as well as PMTCT activities at the health facility and within the community
Provide primary care to women of reproductive age in accordance with the Basic Package of Health Services
Provide all non-surgical methods of family planning and provide counseling for surgical methods
Ensure babies are immunized according to schedule
Support Clinicians in the management of sexual violence cases
Monitor the consumption of drugs and equipment required for maternity activities and notify supervisor of re-stocking needs
Ensure biomedical equipment is in good working order by using in accordance with user manual and protocols, perform cleaning and minor maintenance and alert supervisor in case of malfunctioning
Ensure hygiene and sterilization criteria, including universal precautions, are met
Ensure that medical practices are conducted with the highest level of integrity and ethics according to
professional and MTI Codes of Conduct
Ensure data collected is accurate and submit reports according to schedule
Ensure the Safeguarding of program participants and employees through promoting an environment of awareness and upholding the code of conduct provisions of Medical Teams Protection from Sexual Exploitation & Abuse, Child & Vulnerable Adult protection, and harassment-free workplace policies.
Other duties as assigned
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EDUCATION, LICENSES, & CERTIFICATIONS
Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree in Midwifery from an accredited School of Nursing and Midwifery is required
Valid practicing license is required
EXPERIENCE
2 years of midwifery experience is required
Experience working with international NGOs is an added advantage

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
KNOWLEDGE EDUCATION, LICENSES, & CERTIFICATIONS
Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree in Midwifery from an accredited School of Nursing and Midwifery is required
Valid practicing license is required
EXPERIENCE
2 years of midwifery experience is required
Experience working with international NGOs is an added advantage
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
KNOWLEDGE
Knowledge of professional midwifery principles, procedures and techniques
Knowledge of medical and non-medical waste disposal procedures
Knowledge of hygiene management and IPC protocol
SKILLS
Skilled in applying professional midwifery care principles and procedures in the evaluation and treatment of patients
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
A good command of both written and spoken English
ABILITIES
Ability to maintain confidentiality of patient information and adhere to professional code of conduct
Ability to treat all patients and staff with respect, without prejudice
Ability to provide high quality, ethical, compassionate care that places the needs of the patient first
Ability to maintain detailed records with high accuracy
Ability to be flexible and manage stress
Ability to support MTI Calling and adhere to the MTI Code of Conduct

PHYSICAL CONDITIONS
This position requires work at health facilities located in remote areas with very basic living conditions.
Documents to be attached with application:
CV/Resume (in English)
Birth Certificate or National ID or Passport (Provide only one document)
Academic Certificate 
Registration Certificate from Pharmacy Council of Tanzania
Recommendation Letter from previous employer
Copy of police report or letter of good character from local government
Copy of Certificate of Service from previous employer

Application Procedure:
Interested applicants who meet the criteria should email their Application letter and CV ONLY saved as your name (Surname FirstName) in PDF or Word ONLY with subject as  “NURSE MIDWIFE” , including 3 work related referees
Indicate your Salary expectation/ current or previous salary/Notice Period at the bottom of your CV
INDICATE CLEARLY IN THE SUBJECT LINE: NURSE MIDWIFE
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 24th December 2019 5.00PM

New Job Vacancies at Medical Teams International, 2019

New Job Vacancies at Medical Teams International, 2019

TANZANIA 2019 /  ZA KAZI 2019
Job Title: ULTRASOUND SONOGRAPHER (2) POSITIONS
Job Summary
Responsible for performing stenographic examination according to protocols, security measures and standards of hygiene and privacy in order to contribute to the improvement of the health condition of patients.

Job Description
Reports to Direct: Medical Officer In Charge
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsible to perform high quality ultrasound imaging and analysis to assist in the diagnosis and management of patients, reporting immediately to the medical referent any problem regarding patient’s health status
Prepare patients for imaging including explaining procedures and compiling medical history and upholding patient confidentiality at all times
Ensure application of hygiene protocols in the maintenance of equipment ; performing cleaning of ultrasound devices and ensure proper waste disposal
Responsible for quality assurance by auditing own practice and ensuring that stenography equipment remains in good condition and makes necessary requisition for repair needs
Perform regular stock inventory and ensure all materials are stored according to each specific condition make requisitions for materials
Ensure biomedical equipment is in good working order by using in accordance with user manual and protocols, perform cleaning and minor maintenance, undertaking regular quality assurance checks alert supervisor in case of malfunctioning, damage/loss/robbery of ultrasound room material and devices
Ensure that medical practices are conducted with the highest level of integrity and ethics according to professional and MTI Code of Conduct
Ensure data collected is accurate and submit reports according to schedule
Support safeguarding of program participants and employees through promoting an environment of awareness and upholding the code of conduct provisions of Medical Teams Protection from Sexual Exploitation & Abuse, Child & Vulnerable Adult protection, and harassment-free workplace policies.
Other duties as assigned

EDUCATION, LICENSES, & CERTIFICATIONS
Diploma in Medical Sonographer
Registration with local professional licensing council is required
Valid practicing license is required
EXPERIENCE
2 years of diagnostic experience using ultrasound is required
Experience working with international NGOs is an added advantage
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
KNOWLEDGE
Knowledge of sonography principles and best practices
Knowledge of hygiene management and IPC protocol
SKILLS
Skilled in performing ultrasounds and interpreting images
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
A good command of both written and spoken English
ABILITIES
Ability to maintain confidentiality of patient information and adhere to professional code of conduct
Ability to treat all patients and staff with respect, without prejudice
Ability to provide high quality, ethical, compassionate care that places the needs of the patient first
Ability to maintain detailed records with high accuracy
Ability to support MTI Calling and adhere to the MTI Code of Conduct

PHYSICAL CONDITIONS
This position requires work at health facilities located in remote areas with very basic living conditions.
Documents to be attached with application:
CV/Resume (in English)
Birth Certificate or National ID or Passport (Provide only one document)
Academic Certificate 
Registration Certificate from Pharmacy Council of Tanzania
Recommendation Letter from previous employer
Copy of police report or letter of good character from local government
Copy of Certificate of Service from previous employer

Application Procedure:
Interested applicants who meet the criteria should email their Application letter and CV ONLY saved as your name (Surname FirstName) in PDF or Word ONLY with subject as  “ULTRASOUND SONOGRAPHER” , including 3 work related referees
Indicate your Salary expectation/ current or previous salary/Notice Period at the bottom of your CV
INDICATE CLEARLY IN THE SUBJECT LINE: ULTRASOUND SONOGRAPHER
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 24th December 2019 5.00PM

7-New Job Vacancies at Medical Teams International, 2019

New Job Vacancies at Medical Teams International, 2019

 2019 / NAFASI ZA KAZI 2019
Who We Are
Every person matters. To God and to us.
Loving the Vulnerable
In our broken world, so many people are suffering. They are pushed to the margins and forgotten. Men, women and children are persecuted and left without homes. They are hurting, sick and in crisis.
God calls us to love the vulnerable, to dare to love like Jesus. He uses us to provide those in crisis with protection and care.

We work to restore health as the first step to restoring hope. Because every person deserves the chance for a better life. Because every person — no matter where they are or how desperate their situation — matters.
Delivering Life-saving Medical Care to People in Crisis
People in crisis are dying from preventable causes. Our staff and volunteers are working to change that by bringing basic but life-saving medical care.
Going where we’re needed most, we ease the suffering of those devastated by crises. We mobilize staff and volunteers quickly – entering places of turmoil, disease and natural disaster – to save lives and leave communities healthier.
Our Calling
Daring to love like Jesus, we boldly break barriers to health and restore wholeness in a hurting world.
Our Values
We Are Courageous: We are bold and we know it takes bravery to break down barriers and do what we do.
We Are Accountable: We take our responsibilities and role seriously. We have integrity in all we do.
We Are Tenacious: We have that can-do spirit. We don’t give up when the going gets tough.
We Are Selfless: We put others before ourselves. Always. That is who we are.
We Are Not Alone: We know God is always with us as we stand in solidarity with others.

Deadline: 13th December, 2019
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New Jobs Vacancies at Ariel Glaser Pediatric AIDS Healthcare Initiative (AGPAHI) 2019

New Jobs Vacancies at Ariel Glaser Pediatric AIDS Healthcare Initiative (AGPAHI) 2019

AJIRA  TANZANIA 2019 / NAFASI  ZA KAZI 2019
Overview
The Ariel Glaser Pediatric AIDS Healthcare Initiative (AGPAHI) is Tanzanian led and managed national organization focusing largely on HIV and AIDS and other related health programs. AGPAHI implements all its programs in collaboration with Tanzania Government Entities through the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MoHCDGEC) and President’s Office – Regional Administration and Local Government (PO RALG) and other stakeholders. AGPAHI supports the provision of high-quality HIV and other health services and ensures that efforts are well-integrated into existing regional and district health systems.

AGPAHI is implementing various projects that are highly demanding and thus the organization is looking for a motivated, result driven, qualified and competent staff to fill the positions below:

Vacancy title: Faith and Community Initiative Officer
Purpose of the Post The Faith and community Initiative Officer has the key role of achieving the goal of the Faith based Initiative with two priorities Engaging communities of faith to reach men and children with testing and services, understand the epidemic, and raise community awareness through: Faith community structures and Existing and additional FBO partners. Strengthening justice for children through; Community leaders (e.g., faith, traditional, school, civic) and Faith & traditional organizations/structures .

Major duties and Responsibilities
• The officer will serve as the first point of contact for the FCI Implementing partner (FBO sub grantee) to execute Faith-Community Initiative supported by AGPAHI
• Collaborate with the FCI implementing partner to Coordinate faith leaders involvement in FBO priorities, policy advocacy efforts, special events, and capacity building activities
• Represent AGPAHI in diverse faith communities through public speaking, presentations, and meetings.
• Raise the profile of CDC/PEPFAR faith-based advocacy and organizing initiatives among interfaith communities in collaboration with the FCI partner
• Support Faith Based Program on new initiative to strengthen neighborhood-based relationships between social service agencies and faith-based institutions.
• Work with the interfaith program to develop and maintain updated and accurate contact list of faith based leaders and organizations
• Ensure the FCI work plan is developed and followed up be getting monthly, quarterly technical reports from FIC partner
• Coordinate monthly and quarterly partners data review meetings between AGPAHI and FCI Implementing partner
• Responsible for submission of the FCI component of the quarterly CDC report
• Perform all other related duties as assigned by the supervisor.

Qualifications, Skills and ability
• Bachelor degree in Social Studies and Community Development Studies
• Degree in public health or project management is an added advantage
• Three (3) years of work experience working with diverse faith-based organizations and or communities.
• Experience and history of working with clergy and faith leaders, both as colleagues and a leader.
• Strong commitment to PEPFAR FBO mission; deep understanding of the needs of faith-based institutions.
• Hard working, able to address challenges; committed, flexible, self – motivated and full of initiative.
• Excellent writing and speaking skills.
• Experience facilitating meetings and workshops.
• Managing outcomes and using data to inform continuous improvement and decision making

Vacancy title: 3 Program Officers, Clinical Services
The Program Officer, Clinical Services will work as a key member of AGPAHI’s Technical team. He/ She will run day to day program implementation activities in AGPAHI supported regions. The PO, Clinical Services will work in close collaboration with other staff members to ensure timely implementation and reporting of activities for AGPAHI supported programs .
Assists in co-ordination of Care and Treatment and PMTCT in the programs
• Co-ordinate Care and treatment and RCH integrated activities at local partner sites
• Assists in co-ordination training of health workers at project sites as deemed necessary
• Conduct supportive supervision and technical assistance and share findings with other program staff, the ZPM and technical supervisor
• Ensure and strengthen linkage between RCH integrated activities and Care and treatment
• Support and monitor implementation of integrated programs including TB/HIV, early infant diagnosis (EID), and PITC according to national guidelines
• To assistTCB, CL and LAB in the supervision of these programs

Qualifications, Skills and ability
• Bachelor Degree in Medicine
• Experience in providing HIV care and treatment services.
• Minimum of (3) three years of clinical experience required with 2 years working experience in HIV/AIDS care and treatment
• Excellent knowledge of national and World Health Organization and MOHSW guidelines on HIV care and treatment
• Computer literacy is necessary and the applicant should be comfortable working with the basic Microsoft packages (Word, Excel & PowerPoint)

Vacancy title: 2 Program Officers, Pediatrics HIV and AIDS
JOB DETAILS:
Program Officer, Pediatrics is a self-motivated individual who will provide oversight and technical assistance to districts to enable them provide quality comprehensive pediatric HIV and AIDS care, support and treatment services. He/ she will be required to provide clinical advice and direction in the implementation of scaling-up of pediatric HIV and EID services within AGPAHI He/ She will coordinate pediatric HIV and EID activities and program components within AGPAHI implementing sites and participate in planning of pediatric activities including HIV Early Infant Diagnosis (HEID) .

Principal Functions:
• Assists in co-ordination of Pediatric Care and Treatment and HEID in the programs
• Coordinate the management of Pediatric HIV and AIDS related activities within AGPAHI implementation sites.
• Participate in planning and implement Early Infant Diagnosis program and integration of EID with HIV Pediatric Care and Treatment.
• Participate in planning and implement agreed initiatives in scaling up pediatric HIV and AIDS services.
• Provide technical support to implementing partners in planning and supervision of pediatric HIV and Care activities, EID and MNCH.
• Participate in organizing trainings and mentorship on Pediatric HIV and AIDS to CHMTs and RHMTs and site Staff
• To assist in program monitoring and evaluation of Pediatric HIV and AIDS related
• Liaise with Pediatric HIV and AID mentors and ensure pediatric clinical mentorship is conducted at site level.
• Coordinate and organize pediatric clinical attachment for site staff at BAYLOR- Mwanza
• Interact with district mentors to assess needs and provide technical support where need identified
• To ensure establishment of active PITC service at all pediatric entry points.
• Liaise with laboratory and SCM team to support supply chain management services that ensures availability of pediatric HIV commodities (ARV pediatric formulation, DBS kits) at all levels within the districts and maintain continuous communication with MSD
• Liaise with M&E coordinator and ensure availability of growth chart monitoring tools and TB screening at all levels within the district
• Liaise with community program staff within AGPAHI to coordinate linkages and referral networks for exposed and infected infants/children within the supported districts
• To collaborate with RHMTs,CHMTs and Hospital Management Teams to design , implement innovative strategies for improving the quality of pediatric HIV and EID services
• Work closely with AGPAHI technical Staff to ensure monthly, quarterly, semiannual and annual donor reporting of Pediatric HIV and AIDS indicators are well prepared and submitted timely.
• Liaise with RCH Manager and ensure implementation of pediatric HIV and AIDS activities at local partner sites..

Qualifications, Skills and ability
• Degree in Medical related field Preference will be given to the following;
• Minimum (3)three years’ experience in HIV/AIDS Care and Treatment programs
• Experience in Pediatric HIV/AIDS programs Clinical experience of Pediatric HIV and AIDS management
Vacancy title: Program Officer, Quality Improvement
The purpose of this job is to provide assistance to supported facilities and CHMTs to develop continuous quality improvement teams, implement quality improvement plans, report and document all quality improvement initiatives. .

Major Duties and Responsibilities
• Participate in the development and implementation of the Quality Improvement work plan and monitor the activities under this work plan to ensure they are executed as planned in the different regions;
• Initiate Quality Improvement activities in health facilities that are identified in the different activities run under the program based on analysis of C&T, PMTCT/EID, LAB,TB/HIV, PITC, SCM, CL data for reporting purposes to the donors;
• Participate in the development of tools and indicators that will be used in the field to ensure the work done and data collected is accurate, efficient and elaborate;
• Assist in the development and maintenance of the quality improvement monitoring tools that are used by AGPAHI staff to monitor AGPAHI supported sites;
• Carry out regular performance measurements at health facilities and analyse the Quality Improvement data to ensure staff and sub-grantees apply Quality Improvement principles in their routine supportive supervision at the health facilities;
• Conduct site specific assessments of quality improvement capacity and monitor program officers to ensure data collected is of the required standard and quality;
• Oversee data collection activities related to quality improvement efforts by regularly sampling data from different health facilities to ensure the data collected is to the standards required by the donors;
• Support RHMT and CHMT Ql teams in the implementation of the National Quality Improvement Guidelines and National Comprehensive Supportive Supervision & Mentoring Guidelines to ensure efficiency and effectiveness of the programs;
• Facilitate frequent trainings and workshop sessions that build the capacity of all technical staff to integrate Ql principles into their work and various departments in order to improve the their performance;
• Coordinate on-site Quality Improvement mentor programs and refresher courses for all program officers that have had previous trainings in Ql to initiate quality improvement initiatives in each department;
• Coordinate regular meetings to share M&E and Ql data and patient outcomes so that departments know how effective the program is and what are the areas that need more support and focus;
• Manage data and information generated from routine monitoring and evaluation and disseminate data and reports to RHMTs, CHMTs, sites and partners for decision making;
• Coordinate regular feedback to and information exchange with all stakeholders to share experiences in order to improve quality in partners’ program;
• Organise meetings at site-level with program officers in the review of data, flow charts and follow up of action plans through PDSA cycles in order to strengthen Quality Improvement in existing health management structure;
• Act as AGPAHFs primary liaison person with National AIDS Control Program and University Research Company (URC) to support them in implementation of National Ql program;
• Use results of Ql interventions in the development of reports, best practice documents and guidelines in collaboration with other -AGPAHI staff to share with AGPAHI, site staff and partners;
• Conduct semi-annual Quality Improvement campaigns to expand of Quality Improvement initiatives at health facilities,

Qualifications, Skills and ability
• Bachelor’s Degree in Medicine, Nursing or Social Sciences from a recognised institution
• Current registration with the Medical Council ofTanganyika or equivalent professional body
• Three (3) years of relevant work experience

Technical Competencies
• Knowledge of national laws and regulations governing paediatric AIDS services and operations;
• Experience working with donor funded organisations requiring community level engagement;
• Knowledge of relevant AGPAHI donor requirements;
• Ability to produce comprehensive reports;
• Proficiency in the use of databases such as Microsoft Access, Epi-lnfo and analytical software, such as STATA, SPSS, R;
• Skills in operational research;
• Good facilitation skills and ability to deliver training; and
• Discretion with confidential information.
• Ability to gather appropriate information for decision making;
• Ability to openly consult with colleagues;
• Ability to set priorities accordingly;
• Ability to speak up in the face of unreasonable requests;
• Ability to apply new changes; and
• Ability to learn and retain new knowledge.
Vacancy title: 2 Program Officer, Pediatrics HIV and AIDS
JOB DETAILS:
Program Officer, Pediatrics is a self-motivated individual who will provide oversight and technical assistance to districts to enable them provide quality comprehensive pediatric HIV and AIDS care, support and treatment services. He/ she will be required to provide clinical advice and direction in the implementation of scaling-up of pediatric HIV and EID services within AGPAHI He/ She will coordinate pediatric HIV and EID activities and program components within AGPAHI implementing sites and participate in planning of pediatric activities including HIV Early Infant Diagnosis (HEID) .

Principal Functions:
• Assists in co-ordination of Pediatric Care and Treatment and HEID in the programs
• Coordinate the management of Pediatric HIV and AIDS related activities within AGPAHI implementation sites.
• Participate in planning and implement Early Infant Diagnosis program and integration of EID with HIV Pediatric Care and Treatment.
• Participate in planning and implement agreed initiatives in scaling up pediatric HIV and AIDS services.
• Provide technical support to implementing partners in planning and supervision of pediatric HIV and Care activities, EID and MNCH.
• Participate in organizing trainings and mentorship on Pediatric HIV and AIDS to CHMTs and RHMTs and site Staff
• To assist in program monitoring and evaluation of Pediatric HIV and AIDS related
• Liaise with Pediatric HIV and AID mentors and ensure pediatric clinical mentorship is conducted at site level.
• Coordinate and organize pediatric clinical attachment for site staff at BAYLOR- Mwanza
• Interact with district mentors to assess needs and provide technical support where need identified
• To ensure establishment of active PITC service at all pediatric entry points.
• Liaise with laboratory and SCM team to support supply chain management services that ensures availability of pediatric HIV commodities (ARV pediatric formulation, DBS kits) at all levels within the districts and maintain continuous communication with MSD
• Liaise with M&E coordinator and ensure availability of growth chart monitoring tools and TB screening at all levels within the district
• Liaise with community program staff within AGPAHI to coordinate linkages and referral networks for exposed and infected infants/children within the supported districts
• To collaborate with RHMTs,CHMTs and Hospital Management Teams to design , implement innovative strategies for improving the quality of pediatric HIV and EID services
• Work closely with AGPAHI technical Staff to ensure monthly, quarterly, semiannual and annual donor reporting of Pediatric HIV and AIDS indicators are well prepared and submitted timely.
• Liaise with RCH Manager and ensure implementation of pediatric HIV and AIDS activities at local partner sites.

Qualifications, Skills and ability
• Degree in Medical related field Preference will be given to the following;
• Minimum (3)three years’ experience in HIV/AIDS Care and Treatment programs
• Experience in Pediatric HIV/AIDS programs Clinical experience of Pediatric HIV and AIDS management
Job application procedure
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and CV (not exceeding four pages) and names and contact information of three referees before close of business on Friday 13th December, 2019 to the Human Resources and Administration Manager, Ariel Glaser Pediatric AIDS Healthcare Initiative, by e-mail to recruitment@agpahi.or.tz Please mention the title of the position in your email and do not attach any document other than the CV and cover letter.