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11 Employment Opportunities at Save the Children Tanzania

Driver
TITLE: Driver
TEAM/PROGRAMME: Operations
LOCATION: Dar Es Salaam with frequent travel to the field
Grade: 6
POST TYPE: National
CHILD SAFEGUARDING:
Level 3: the post holder will have contact with children and/or young people either frequently (e.g. once a week or more) or intensively (e.g. four days in one month or more or overnight) because they work country programs; or are visiting country programs; or because they are responsible for implementing the police checking/vetting process staff.
ROLE PURPOSE:
Under the guidance of Supply Chain Officer, the driver will be responsible to provide safe and reliable transport service to the designated staff and guests on official businesses for Save the Children International (SCI) in a highly professional and efficient manner. At the same time, adhere to the organization policies and follow road safety standards.

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Supply Chain Coordinator
TITLE: Supply Chain Coordinator (Sourcing)
TEAM/PROGRAMME: Operations
LOCATION: Dar es Salaam with frequent travel to the field
GRADE: 3
POST TYPE: National
CHILD SAFEGUARDING:
Level 2: either the post holder will have access to personal data about children and/or young people as part of their work; or the post holder will be working in a ‘regulated’ position (accountant, barrister, solicitor, legal executive); therefore a police check will be required (at ‘standard’ level in the UK or equivalent in other countries).

ROLE PURPOSE: The Supply Chain Coordinator (Sourcing) acts as a crucial component in the Tanzania SCI Supply Chain team which aims to deliver quality goods and services across Save the Children beneficiaries. The Procurement Coordinator (Sourcing) is responsible for coordinating sourcing for Tanzania CO, including

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TITLE: Head of Supply Chain
TEAM/PROGRAMME: Operation LOCATION: Dar Es Salaam
GRADE: 2
POST TYPE: National
CHILD SAFEGUARDING:
Level 2: either the post holder will have access to personal data about children and/or young people as part of their work; or the post holder will be working in a ‘regulated’ position (accountant, barrister, solicitor, legal executive); therefore a police check will be required.

ROLE PURPOSE:
This role is in charge of managing and strengthening the systems and ways of working of the Procurement function in the Save the Children Country Office, reinforcing the capacity of staff and partners to efficiently and effectively satisfy the programmatic and office/function supply needs of the country.

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TITLE: Supply Chain Coordinator-Buying (Consultants, Construction and General services)
TEAM/PROGRAMME: Operations LOCATION: Dar Es Salaam
GRADE: 3
POST TYPE: National
CHILD SAFEGUARDING:
Level 2: either the post holder will have access to personal data about children and/or young people as part of their work; or the post holder will be working in a ‘regulated’ position (accountant, barrister, solicitor, legal executive); therefore a police check will be required (at ‘standard’ level in the UK or equivalent in other countries).

ROLE PURPOSE:
The Procurement Coordinator (Buying) acts as a crucial component in the SCI Supply Chain team which aims to deliver goods and services across Save the Children beneficiaries. The Procurement Coordinator (Buying) is responsible for:

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SOCIAL WORKER FOR NDUTA AND NYARUGUSU

JOB TITLE: Social Worker – 2 Position
TEAM/PROGRAMME: Humanitarian emergency response for Burundiani and Congolese refugees Kigoma Tanzania
LOCATION: Nduta and Nyarugusu
GRADE: 3

CHILD SAFEGUARDING: The responsibilities of the post requires the post holder to have regular contact with or access to children or young people.
Background
Due to political unrest in Burundi and Congo high numbers of refugees escaping into neighbouring countries of Uganda, Rwanda & Tanzania. The current Burundian and Congolese refugee population in Tanzania is over 265,831 as of June 2019 of which over 55% are children. SCI is implementing a child protection and education programme in refugee camps and wishes to scale up the response in refugee camps.

ROLE PURPOSE:
Work closely with local implementing partners, SC Education staff, and members of the child protection sector working Group, UNHCR and other UN agencies, to ensure that the programme goals are achieved. Specific areas of concern are the provision of Psychosocial support (PSS) and case management services within Child friendly spaces (CFS), Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD), schools and communities in refugee camps. At programme level, he/she ensures that SC vision and overall program goals related to the sector are met. He/she is responsible for implementation of project activities and administrative support to other partner staff during the implementation of an integrated program. For purposes of ensuring healthy collaboration between SC’s response and other actors in refugee education/protection, the social worker will actively participate in child protection-related activities and meetings in designated refugee camps.
SCOPE OF ROLE:
Reports to: CP Officer
Dotted Line: CP Coordinator
KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:
• Supervise child protection and PSS activities in CFS ensuring activities are implemented in a timely manner to meet program goals.
• Organise and facilitate Capacity building and supervision of community structures in all their duties within the community
• Assist in the facilitation of parents and community meetings for Child Protection Committees (CPC) and Centre Management Committees (CMC)
• Screen for and monitor protection needs and gaps in and around the CFS and Schools.
• Ensure the participation of all groups of children, especially children living with disabilities
• Conducting interviews with children and their families to assess and review their protection concerns
• Undertaking and writing up assessments in collaboration with other staff, which meet specified standards and timescales.
• Conduct outreach and awareness activities to identify and facilitate assistance to vulnerable children persons at zone level to ensure case management, referral procedures and standards are met.
• Assist facilitators in solving problems arising in CFS and schools
• Assist facilitators in working with children and develop new creative activities as appropriate
• Facilitate inter-agency referrals for vulnerable children and families and carry out follow ups and provide prompt feed backs on referred cases to responsible agencies
• Establish and maintain a database of children identified, assessed and supported with services within the camp
• Collaborate with other team members in implementation of project activities
• Participate in report writing, developing concept notes and proposal development.
• Conduct any other related activities as deemed necessary by the Child Protection sector that may arise from time to time
SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (SCI Values in Practice)
Accountability:

• Holds self-accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
• Holds self-accountable to information confidentiality of children reported with concerns

Ambition:

• Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves, takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages others to do the same
• Widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others

Collaboration:
• Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues and with relevant external partners.
• Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to during the course of work.

Creativity:
• Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
• Willing to take disciplined risks.

Integrity:
• Honest, encourages openness and transparency; demonstrates highest levels of integrity

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Essential

• University Degree in Social Sciences or related technical field.
• Knowledge in Child Protection, Child´s rights, Child Friendly Space, programming and mainstreaming
• At least 1 year work experience within a similar context.
• Commitment to and understanding of child rights, Save the Children’s aims, values and principles and humanitarian standards as Sphere Charter and Code of Conduct
• Ability and skills to conduct child friendly interviews, communication skills and child protection needs assessments.
• Demonstrate ability to adapt to changing programme priorities and emergency priorities that may arise
• Demonstrated experience and knowledge in animating/organizing play activities with children in the centre and out of the centre
• Strong self-starter, able to take initiative and adapt to changing circumstances and priorities
• Experience in capacity building and in strengthening various duty bearers understanding of and response to child protection through Child friendly spaces.
• Self-awareness and proven ability to operate successfully in different cultural environments
• Ability to manage stress, be flexible and accommodating in difficult and frustrating working circumstance.
• Have undertaken approved Safety and Security Training in accordance with member and Save the Children required minimum standard.
• Understanding of Kirundi language will be an asset

Date advertised: 13 Aug 2019
Closing date: 25 Aug 2019 – 23:59 EAT
Location: Kigoma, Tanzania, United Republic of
Department: Programme Operations
Type: Fixed-term contract
Schedule: Full-time

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Job Title: Accountability Assistant
TEAM/PROGRAM: Programme Development and Quality LOCATION: Kibondo, Kigoma
GRADE: TBC POST TYPE: National

Child Safeguarding:
Level 3 – the responsibilities of the post may require the post holder to have regular contact with or access to children or young people
ROLE PURPOSE:
The Accountability Assistant will be a part of the Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) team, supporting implementation of the overall emergency response MEAL system. He/she will assist the MEAL team with activities and being one of focal point for accountability and feedback mechanism. The Accountability will support all efforts for promoting a high level of beneficiary accountability and will manage the feedback mechanism. Working closely with the MEAL Officer to support data entry and data management as needed. Generally support the MEAL team and programme team to ensure learning and accountability systems are working effectively in emergency response.

KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:
Implementing Accountability mechanisms
• Conduct community visits, focus group discussions with beneficiaries and non-beneficiaries to receive feedback on SC programmes via available channels i.e. Toll Free Number, suggestion Box, meeting and Focus Group Discussions (FGD)
• Manage feedback received and ensuring a timely and appropriate follow-up if needed
• Documenting feedback and follow-up actions taken
• Support programming and field staff to ensure that projects are carried out with participation from all affected communities (including children) and that information is shared with affected communities.
• Conduct field monitoring visits as appropriate
• Work closely with field staff to collect data and implement activities to support beneficiary accountability
• Ensure that accountability mechanisms is maintained in accordance with SCI Accountability Framework, Core Humanitarian Charter and Humanitarian Accountability partnership standards
• Comply with Save the Children policies and practice with respect to child protection, code of conduct, health and safety, equal opportunities and other relevant policies and procedures
Child Safeguarding
• All staff have an obligation to ensure they fully understand the provisions of the Child Safeguarding Policy, the Code of Conduct and related policies. They must conduct themselves in accordance with the rules of the Child Safeguarding Policy, in their personal and professional lives – which includes reporting suspicions of child abuse.
• All staff must ensure the way they are carrying out their work is not putting children and community at risk (or further risk).
SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (our Values in Practice)
Accountability:
• Holds self-accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
• Holds self-accountable and have confidentiality for the feedback received from beneficiaries and community at large
Ambition:
• Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves, takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages others to do the same
• widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
Collaboration:
• Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues and with relevant external stakeholders
• Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to.
Creativity:
• Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
Integrity:
• Honest, encourages openness and transparency; demonstrates highest levels of integrity

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Essential:
• University or College qualification and minimum of three years professional experience with education work and child protection work
• Good knowledge and understanding of Accountability Mechanisms.
• Strong organizational skills.
• Strong verbal and written English, Kirundi and Kiswahili skills
• Strong interpersonal skills the ability to work collaboratively with others
• Strong reporting skills
• Good computer skills (MS Office, including Outlook for email)
• Commitment to and understanding of Save the Children’s aims, values and principles including rights-based approaches

Desired:
• Background in Emergency/Refugee programming is an asset.
• Fluent Kirundi, both spoken and written

Date advertised: 13 Aug 2019
Closing date: 24 Aug 2019 – 23:59 EAT
Location: Kigoma, Tanzania, United Republic of
Department: Programme Operations
Type: Fixed-term contract
Schedule: Full-time

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Job Title: Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Specialist
Date advertised: 15 Aug 2019
Closing date: 18 Aug 2019 – 23:59 EAT
Location: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, United Republic of
Department: Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning
Type: Fixed-term contract
Schedule: Full-time
TEAM/PROGRAMME: Programme Development and Quality
LOCATION: Dar-es-Salaam with frequent travel to the field
Child Safeguarding:
Level 2 – the responsibilities of the post may require the post holder to have regular contact with or access to children or young people
ROLE PURPOSE:
The MEAL Specialist represents a crucial aspect of programme quality management within Save the Children. He/she oversees the MEAL system, manages MEAL staff, feeds into country office strategy & planning, participates in proposal development & leads on reporting to donors and Save the Children’s annual report. He/she rolls out a system for monitoring organisational progress against the Programme Quality Standards, and develops and implements a realistic MEAL dashboard of indicators to regularly feedback on quality, ensuring that such systems are institutionalised within the existing thematic programme cycle framework and country strategic plan, and that staff have the capacity to implement the systems. The MEAL Specialist also designs accountability systems for all field offices and specific programme components, ensuring that child’s participation in all feedback mechanisms is relevant and meaningful. Critical to this role is an ability to coordinate inputs (e.g. Total Reach and reporting to Save the Children) from other large projects operated independently within the country office, such as Global Fund.
SCOPE OF ROLE:
Reports to: Director of Programme Development & Quality
Dimensions: The MEAL Specialist is responsible for ensuring the country programme’s MEAL system encompasses the following key components required of Save the Children globally: culture and function; design/programming support; monitoring; evaluation and research; accountability; and, knowledge management and learning.
Staff directly reporting to this post: None.
KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:
System Design and Promoting MEAL
  • Lead on the development and oversee the roll-out of an organisational MEAL strategy (including M&E systems for Humanitarian Emergencies) in line with Save the Children’s quality standards and ensuring accountability to donors and beneficiaries.
  • Ensures establishment of key indicators for each project and tracking of data across projects to establish the broader impact on children from all interventions, using a regular dashboard approach for Senior Management monitoring.
  • Promote all aspects of MEAL to support the creation of an organisational culture which prioritises quality programming, including alignment with Save the Children’s Programme Quality Framework.
  • Build strong relationships with colleagues and provide support as required to ensure MEAL system is understood and supported at country office level.
  • Work closely with the field office teams to ensure that MEAL becomes an integral element of project implementation leading to enhanced quality, accountability, management and impact, including feeding into new proposal development and sharing lessons learned.
  • Designs and implements systems for sampling and verifying data quality across projects and thematic programmes.
  • Ensure that Technical Specialists develop thematically appropriate checklists and verification tools for standard programme activities (e.g. trainings, Children’s Council meetings, nutrition sessions).
Staff Management, Mentorship, and Development
  • Provide management and leadership to the MEAL team in the Tanzania country programme, forming a solid team with clear objectives around data quality, evaluation standards, accountability and learning. This requires creating cohesion with the field MEAL staff working in different geographic areas who have dotted line management by Field Managers on a day-to-day basis.
  • Oversee the recruitment of appropriate MEAL staff in the Tanzania Country Office.
  • Manage the MEAL team to ensure that the MEAL system operates effectively with the support and resources required and that there are clear links and reporting lines between field and Dar-es-Salaam level and between PDQ and other country office departments.
  • Support the MEAL team progress on specific projects, providing management oversight on progress and problem-solving in case of challenges, particularly for baseline/endline research, assessments and operational research.
  • Manage the performance of direct reports in the MEAL unit through performance management, coaching, mentoring, training and development.
  • At the organisational level, devise and manage a MEAL training programme with the goal of increasing capacity and awareness of MEAL for all staff aligned to the MEAL strategy. Assess training needs and engage MEAL team staff to roll-out the training programme, especially to orient new project staff and managers.
Internal Reporting
  • Responsible to ensure that the organisation delivers on all internal M&E requirements (including any Humanitarian Response reporting) in a timely manner and with high quality information.
  • Develop systems for monitoring and reporting on Save the Children global indicators and quarterly reports, total direct and indirect reach data. Develop systems for ensure monitoring of child participation and advocacy.
  • Receive regular field monitoring and accountability reports from MEAL staff through the dashboard approach (and other forums for data review) and circulate to the country office teams, ensuring that action plans are included and followed up and that SMT reviews reports regularly.
  • Ensure that the field offices manage a clear system of feedback and response from key stakeholders, particularly children, and presents the information to SMT for decision making purposes.
Promoting Learning for Strategy Development and Decision Making
  • Ensure that data is brought together and findings from across thematic and operational regions (through evaluations and project reviews) is consolidated and shared to allow analysis of impact and promotion of learning and strategy development for the whole organisation.
  • Lead on technical support, including formation of TOR and selection of consultants, for evaluations and provide technical review of progress and final reports. Synthesise this information to improve organisatonal performance and impact for children.
  • Communicate top level learning / analysis reports and monitoring data to ensure that management is able to make informed decisions on a timely basis to scale up and face operational challenges.
  • Organise all project evaluation and review in-brief and debrief sessions, with lessons learned shared, in collaboration with the respective project manager.
  • Support the Director of PDQ to analyse progress against organisational objectives and strategies.
External Reporting and Representation
  • Ensure external accountability to donors through the implementation of timely and quality MEAL activities leading to timely and accurate reporting
  • Ensure that high quality analysis reports demonstrating Save the Children’s impact and assessment findings are produced, including evidence of good practice and replicable programmes, and that they are communicated at appropriate events.
  • Ensure that Save the Children is represented at relevant inter-NGO and government level meetings (related to MEAL) to enhance inter-agency best practices sharing and learning.
Programme Design and MEAL Resources
  • Ensure that MEAL is an integral part of the programme design stage and features in all proposal development.
  • Reviews and approves all questionnaires and sampling plans for baseline/endline with consultants and relevant staff.
  • Maintains databases and data analysis software usage and storage with ICT.
  • Ensure that MEAL resources are included in proposal development and work creatively to secure funding from diverse sources, to ensure that MEAL is integrated in emergency and development programmes in a sustainable way.
Other
  • Initiate operations research to test new innovations, identifying better opportunities and approaches and roll out into Country Office programmes.
  • Test and integrated Save the Children Programme Quality Framework elements into programme design, delivery and evaluation.
  • Ensure that child participation and child safeguarding is integrated into solid design and delivery.
  • Participate in PDQ meetings, quarterly review meetings, planning and other country office forums, as requested.
SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (our Values in Practice)
Accountability:
Holds self accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
Holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities – giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved
Holds the organisation accountable to children through the development of effective accountability and feedback systems

Ambition:
Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves (and their team), takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages others to do the same
Widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
Future orientated, thinks strategically

Collaboration:
Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues, members and external partners and supporters
Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength
Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to

Creativity:
Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
Willing to take disciplined risks
Demonstrates flexibility and new thinking in the MEAL activities and planning

Integrity:
Honest, encourages openness and transparency
Ensures quality of data and methods through recommended practices and policies

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Masters degree in an area of social development or equivalent.
  • Recommended a minimum of five years experience working in MEAL roles including in a senior management position, preferably with solid experience in more than one of the Save the Children priority sectors: education, protection, child rights governance, health and nutrition.
  • Experience of working on all elements of MEAL including designing, rolling out and managing systems.
  • Experience of securing resources from donors for MEAL activities/staffing and budget management.
  • Proven experience in designing Terms of Reference and managing large-scale evaluations. Ability to design and review evaluation tools and approaches, including operations research.
  • Awareness of international quality standards (Red Cross Code of Conduct, SPHERE Standard, HAP Standard) and proven experience of using these standards in practical ways to promote quality and accountable programming.
  • Direct experience of working with communities in participatory activities, including confidence in working with children and an understanding of child-friendly participatory methodologies.
  • Proven success in managing a team and dedication to staff development.
  • Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills including influencing, negotiation and coaching.
  • Highly developed cultural awareness and ability to work well in an international environment with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
  • Strong results orientation, with the ability to challenge existing mindsets
  • Experience of solving complex issues through analysis, definition of a clear way forward and ensuring buy in
  • Ability to present complex information in a succinct and compelling manner
  • Ability to travel to the field approximately 20-25% as well as travel to participate in regional meetings and learning events
  • Ability and willingness to dramatically change work practices and hours, and work with incoming surge teams, in the event of emergencies
  • Fluency in English, both verbal and written, required. Swahili preferred.
  • Commitment to Save the Children values, including willingness to abide by and enforce the Child Safeguarding policy.

Job Opportunity at International Executive Service Corps (IESC), Consultant

Position: Short Term Consultant

Job Summary
The main objective of the assignment is to lead a diagnostic analysis and assessment of the key sectors of the Zanzibar economy with a view to identify the key social economic drivers for growth in Zanzibar.
Minimum Qualification: Unspecified
Experience Level: Senior level
Experience Length: 4 years

Job Description

SHORT TERM CONSULTANT
Request for a Proposal and Quotation
Zanzibar Growth Strategy 2006-2015 Review and Way forward
Local Consultant: National Growth Strategy Development Consultant
Location of Assignment: Zanzibar
Proposed Level of Effort: 30 days (to be completed within a maximum of three months)
Anticipated Start Date: September 2019

Program Background
The International Executive Service Corps (IESC) is a Washington, DC-based economic development, not-for-profit organization that provides technical assistance to public sector institutions and private sector companies around the world. Within the Tanzanian context, IESC is the prime implementer of the Feed the Future Tanzania Enabling Growth through Investment and Enterprise Program (ENGINE), a four years USAID funded program, launched since September 2016. ENGINE aims to streamline and enhance many of the regulatory, informational and financial channels that encourage domestic and foreign investment in the southern mainland agricultural regions of Mbeya, Morogoro and Iringa as well as in Zanzibar (Unguja and Pemba)
ENGINE works at the Local Government Authorities LGAs level, using a broad-based approach to engage with LGAs, private sector associations, business development service providers, financial institutions and small and medium enterprises.

Problem Background
Zanzibar Planning Commission (ZPC) is mandated with coordination and monitoring of implementation of development plans. The Government of Zanzibar launched the Third Zanzibar Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty (ZSGRP III, or MKUZA III in its Kiswahili acronym) in March 2017, which outlines the five main pillars of development for Zanzibar. MKUZA III officially runs from 2016 until the end of 2020, at which point it converges with Zanzibar’s long-term development strategy, named Vision 2020 that was launched in 2000. In this financial year (2019/20), Zanzibar Development Vision 2020 will be thoroughly reviewed, and a successor vision developed that will outline Zanzibar’s development goals for 2050.

Problem Statement
Despite many achievements during the implementation of Zanzibar Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty Phase I-III in economic growth and reduction of poverty, there are persistent challenges that limit the ability to reach some of the objectives and targets for Zanzibar Development vision 2020 to sustain growth and poverty reduction. Likewise, the fact that MKUZA III would end in 2020, will coincide with the end of Zanzibar Development Vision 2020 hence the need for a comprehensive review, assessment and recommendations for the next Development Vision 2050. This 20-year journey necessitates review of the Zanzibar Growth Strategy due to the changing realities, in terms of opportunities and challenges, both domestically and in the global arena. Among the specific results envisioned in this Vision 2020 and its growth strategy, is a facilitated strong private sector, with high level of accountability and transparency in the public sector.

Objectives of the Assignment
The main objective of the assignment is to lead a diagnostic analysis and assessment of the key sectors of the Zanzibar economy with a view to identify the key social economic drivers for growth in Zanzibar. It’s also important to identify and propose strategies that will address the identified constraints and challenges in the key sectors to support the new vision 2020-2050. The analysis will review all relevant past policies for Zanzibar Growth, namely; Zanzibar Growth Strategy 2006-2015, MKUZA I-II, Vision 2020, other sectorial policies and relevant developmental strategies. The incumbent consultant will assess and rank key drivers for Zanzibar social economic growth, most importantly, technological advancement, capital accumulation, and labor.

The specific objectives for this assignment are:
To undertake a situation analysis of various existing growth strategies, policies and plans with their strengths and challenges and suggest recommendations for strengthening;
To come up with necessary inputs/requirements (data, relevant information etc) that will feed into the formulation of new Vision 2020-2050.
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ZPC is looking for the support of a consultancy work in reviewing the Zanzibar’s Growth Strategy (2006 – 2015). The purpose of making an in-depth study of past growth strategies is to have a better grasp of the realities that affect growth and challenges that confront key private/production sectors (“Engines for Growth”). These sectors encompass the following attributes: significant importance to the economy, dynamism and fast growth, presence of or potential for linkages with other sectors

How to Apply
Please manually apply for this job using the details below:
For more details of this Consultancy please send an email to enginerecruitment@iesc.org with the subject heading “National Growth Strategy Development Consultant” to request for an in-depth Scope of Work. Deadline for submitting proposal is August 30th, 2019.

NAFASI YA KAZI-Bank of Africa (BOA) Limited, Senior Claims Officer

Overview
BANK OF AFRICA – TANZANIA is part of the GROUP BANK OF AFRICA, which now operates through a network of commercial banks in 18 counties namely; Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cote d’ivoire, Djibouti, DRC, Ethiopia, France, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, Togo and Uganda. The GROUP BANK OF AFRICA has its’ headquarters in Dakar, Senegal with a strong network of more than 500 dedicated operating and service support offices. Since 2010, the BANK OF AFRICA Group has been majority-owned by BMCE Bank, the second largest private bank in Morocco. BMCE Bank brings strong strategic and operational support to the BANK OF AFRICA Group, as well as direct access to the international market as a result of its presence in Europe and Asia.

The Bank began operations in Tanzania in June 2007 after acquiring Euroafrican Bank which had been operating in Tanzania since September 1995. The idea of the founders of BANK OF AFRICA was to create a truly unique, profitable PAN-AFRICAN bank that embodies the essence of many of our founding fathers on the continent. At the time of acquisition, the Bank had 3 branches. Currently the Bank here in Tanzania has a network of 27 branches; 13 in Dar es Salaam, 13 upcountry and 1 Business Center in Dar es Salaam.

At the time in 2007 when Bank of Africa acquired Euroafrican Bank, that Bank was a struggling Bank. But with good products, effective products, efficient management and the support of the Government as well as the enabling environment, profits have increased year on year. For example, in 2011 profits were TZS 1.6 billion. This increased TZS 3.4 billion in 2012, then to 5 billion and as at 2015 over TZS 7 billion. In 2017 profit were TZS 3.1 billion.

Position: Senior Claims Officer

Location: Dar es Salaam, TZ
Employer: BANK OF AFRICA TANZANIA LIMITED
Posted: 17th August, 2019

Job Summary:
Oversight and direction for Africa Healthcare Network Tanzania’s authorization, billing, and accounts receivable activities.

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New Job Opportunities at KCB Bank Tanzania Limited


Job Title: Central Reconciliation Supervisor
Location: TANZANIA
Organization Name: KCB Bank Tanzania – HQ
Department Description
The role has a direct responsibility of ensuring that all the bank’s Agency and Suspense accounts are reconciled in line with existing guidelines on reconciliation.
Brief Description
a. Ensure all suspense accounts under reconciliation unit are reconciled on daily basis
b. Ensure all outstanding items are shared to respective units for action and rectified within agreed time.
c. Ensure that all transactions in the bank’s suspense accounts are properly aged
d. Mitigate all risks that may arise from suspense and Nostro & Vostro accounts
Detailed Description
a. Reconcile and follow up for action on outstanding items in suspense accounts
b. Ensure that all transactions in the bank’s suspense accounts are properly aged, and any items that are non-compliant are specifically raised with the concerned department/Branch.
c. Confirm that all transactions involving the In-Transit account are reversed on a daily basis.
d. Consolidate all suspense account returns ready for submission to Group Central Reconciliation Centre
e. Reconciliation of clearing accounts
f. Ensure that the age profile for all suspense transactions is as per set guidelines
g. Mitigate all risks that may arise from suspense and Nostro & Vostro accounts
h. First contact for all reconciliation matters from the branches, Head office and Group.

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Loewe Foundation Craft Prize 2019 for Professional Artisans (€50,000 Euros cash prize)

Deadline: October 30, 2019

The Loewe Foundation launches the fourth edition of the Loewe Foundation Craft Prize, an international award celebrating excellence in craftsmanship. The Loewe Foundation seeks to recognize uniquely talented artisans whose artistic vision and will to innovate set new standards for the future of craft.
The LOEWE Craft Prize seeks to acknowledge and support international artisans of any age (over 18) or gender who demonstrate an exceptional ability to create objects of superior aesthetic value. By identifying work that reinterprets existing knowledge to make it relevant today while reflecting its maker’s personal language and distinct hand, the Loewe Foundation aims to highlight the continuing contribution of craft to the culture of our time.

Prize

  • The prize awarded to the winner is €50,000 Euros in cash
  • The shortlisted and winning works will feature in the exhibition and accompanying catalogue in Paris in Spring 2020

Eligibility

  • All participants must be professional artisans 18 years or older
  • Entries may be made by an individual or collective (as a ‘group submission’)
  • All nationalities are welcome

All entries should

  • Fall within an area of applied arts, such as ceramics, bookbinding, enamelwork, jewellery, lacquer, metal, furniture, leather, textiles, glass, paper, wood, etc.
  • Be an original work, handmade or partly handmade
  • Have been created in the last five years
  • Be one-of a-kind
  • Have won no prizes previously
  • Demonstrate artistic intent

Make sure the work:

  • Demonstrates artistic intent in addition to technical proficiency
  • Is an original piece, handmade or partly handmade
  • Is recently created (in the last five years), and one-of-a-kind, and has not won any prizes previously
  • Is innovative, in the sense that it updates tradition
  • Falls within an area of the applied arts, such as ceramics, bookbinding, enamelwork, jewellery, lacquer, metal, furniture, leather, textiles, glass, paper, wood, etc.

Application

Jobs PATH, Cholera and WASH Program Officer

Cholera and WASH Program Officer

PATH is a global organization that works to accelerate health equity by bringing together
public institutions, businesses, social enterprises, and investors to solve the world’s most pressing health challenges. With expertise in science, health, finance, technology, advocacy, and dozens of other specialties, PATH develops and scales innovative solutions—including vaccines, drugs, devices, diagnostics, and approaches to strengthening health systems worldwide.

We are seeking a WASH Program Officer to be based in Dar es Salaam, to provide technical expertise in the implementation of cholera prevention and WASH-related activities in Tanzania. The Cholera/WASH Program Officer will support planning activities on cholera outbreak and surveillance protocol development, and other related activities. S/he will provide oversight to WASH evaluation activities in Arusha and Kilimanjaro regions. The WASH Program Officer will work closely with CDC/PATH Tanzania to provide leadership on national Cholera/WASH planning activities and strategies and will represent the project in-country. This position operates under the management and oversight of the Global Health Security project and reports to the Global Program Officer, Global Health Security in Seattle, USA.

Specific Duties And Responsibilities

  • Serve as liaison between CDC-Atlanta, CDC-Tanzania, WHO, Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MoHCDEC) and other Ministries to help finalize, validate and implement Tanzania’s Cholera Control or Elimination Plan.
  • Coordinate in-country site visits between CDC-Atlanta based staff and partners (including obtaining MOH and PO-RALG invitations/approvals).
  • Assist with development of Vibrio cholerae outbreak response and surveillance protocol.
  • Provide oversight of WASH evaluation activities in health care facilities (HCFs) and communities in Arusha (e.g., hire and supervise enumerators, brief district health officer (DHO) about water treatment program and evaluation to obtain approvals and support, supervise evaluation field activities, disseminate evaluation results to stakeholders).
  • Assist with piloting of WHO-based rapid water quality assessment tool at the regional level.
  • Work with Ministry of Water, MoHCDEC, local government, water utilities, CDC to develop and implement water quality monitoring surveillance system following rapid WASH assessment.
  • Work closely with Global Health Security Agenda partners, regional and country technical leads and other stakeholders to ensure a coordinated approach to project implementation.



Required Experience

  • Master’s degree in Civil Engineering, Public Health, or related discipline.
  • At least five years of experience in cholera or WASH management, from starting up programs to working in emergency and transitional contexts.
  • Experience residing and working in Tanzania.
  • Familiarity with USG programs.
  • Experience working in WASH space.
  • Knowledge of humanitarian standards and codes, including SPHERE.
  • Strong analytical skills and the ability to use data for decision making.
  • Strong written, oral, and presentation skills in English.
  • Demonstrated interpersonal skills in facilitation and stakeholder engagement/coordination.
  • Experience working in Sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Willingness and ability to travel up to 30% within Tanzania and other travel as needed.

Candidates must have legal authorization to work in Tanzania.

PATH is dedicated to building an inclusive workforce where diversity is valued.

PATH is an equal opportunity employer. Every qualified applicant will be considered for employment. PATH does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or orientation, genetic information, age, national origin, marital status, disability status, political ideology, military or protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

DEADLINE: August 21, 2019

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Jobs G4S Tanzania, Sales Executive

Sales Executive ;– Security Services

Details
Application deadline 2019-09-23
;Minimum Qualification Bachelor
Years of Experience 2 years

Description
Do you have at least two years of experience selling services that deliver value & effectiveness & have a pipeline to convert?

If you are confident, highly computer literate, able to communicate effectively in English and possess a valid driving license, you may be the right person to join the sales team of the World’s leading provider of security services.

As Sales Executive you will identify, pursue and convert opportunities to provide customers with technology enabled security services that offer customers effective solutions.

We offer an attractive base salary, uncapped commission and a vehicle or allowance if you own your own car.

Applications are invited from Tanzanian Women and Men that have current experience selling B2B services at C suite level. As this is a senior position reporting directly to the Head of Sales you are likely to hold a professional qualification, be highly numerate and have a contacts

If you meet the criteria for either of these role then send your CV and a one page letter explaining why you are right for the role to ;careers@tz.g4s.com

BOA Bank Tanzania Jobs – Senior Claims Officer

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Overview
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BANK OF AFRICA – TANZANIA is part of the GROUP BANK OF AFRICA, which now operates
through a network of commercial banks in 18 counties namely; Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cote d’ivoire, Djibouti, DRC, Ethiopia, France, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, Togo and Uganda. The GROUP BANK OF AFRICA has its’ headquarters in Dakar, Senegal with a strong network of more than 500 dedicated operating and service support offices. Since 2010, the BANK OF AFRICA Group has been majority-owned by BMCE Bank, the second largest private bank in Morocco. BMCE Bank brings strong strategic and operational support to the BANK OF AFRICA Group, as well as direct access to the international market as a result of its presence in Europe and Asia.


The Bank began operations in Tanzania in June 2007 after acquiring Euroafrican Bank which had been operating in Tanzania since September 1995. The idea of the founders of BANK OF AFRICA was to create a truly unique, profitable PAN-AFRICAN bank that embodies the essence of many of our founding fathers on the continent. At the time of acquisition, the Bank had 3 branches. Currently the Bank here in Tanzania has a network of 27 branches; 13 in Dar es Salaam, 13 upcountry and 1 Business Center in Dar es Salaam.

At the time in 2007 when Bank of Africa acquired Euroafrican Bank, that Bank was a struggling Bank. But with good products, effective products, efficient management and the support of the Government as well as the enabling environment, profits have increased year on year. For example, in 2011 profits were TZS 1.6 billion. This increased TZS 3.4 billion in 2012, then to 5 billion and as at 2015 over TZS 7 billion. In 2017 profit were TZS 3.1 billion.

Position: Senior Claims Officer

Location: Dar es Salaam, TZ
Employer: BANK OF AFRICA TANZANIA LIMITED
Posted: 17th August, 2019

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Job Summary:
Oversight and direction for Africa Healthcare Network Tanzania’s authorization, billing, and accounts receivable activities.
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Kenya: Program Rotation Manager

Organization: One Acre Fund
Country: Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Rwanda, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia
Closing date: 12 Nov 2019

ABOUT ONE ACRE FUND

Founded in 2006, One Acre Fund supplies smallholder farmers with the agricultural services they need to make their farms vastly more productive. We provide quality farm supplies on credit, delivered within walking distance of farmers’ homes, and agricultural trainings to improve harvests. We measure our success by our ability to make farmers more prosperous: On average, farmers harvest 50 percent more food after working with One Acre Fund.

We are growing quickly. We currently serve more than 800,000 farm families in Eastern and Southern Africa, with more than 7,500 full-time staff, and we aim to serve 1 million farm families by 2020.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Note there is also a more junior version of this role available here.

As One Acre Fund evolves rapidly into a fully professionalized organization serving upwards of one million farmers, a crucial determinant of our success will be how flexibly the organization can respond to new challenges and fill gaps that would otherwise slow growth. We are seeking mid-career / leadership level candidates interested in a role designed to meet this strategic objective. The position is a way for world class management professionals to make immediate contributions to the highest-priority challenges facing the organization. In turn, the role offers superior professional growth by providing rapid exposure to the full breadth and depth of One Acre Fund’s functional leadership opportunities, preparing candidates for an eventual permanent executive leadership role in the organization.

Concretely speaking, a typical track would involve plugging into a progression of high-priority leadership roles, followed by the opportunity for a permanent posting or further rotations depending on the candidate’s interests:

  • First 12-24 months: Rotate between several ~6-month long management posts
  • Subsequently: Permanently fill a role of particular interest for the candidate and priority for the organization

Program Rotation Managers/Directors will work closely with One Acre Fund’s leadership (especially the head of the internal consulting team) to collaboratively identify, prioritize, select, and scope rotations. Generally we will aim to do this with a fair amount of flexibility according to organizational need and the staffer’s goals. For example, rotations may be extended or truncated, or a rotational candidate may specialize within certain teams.

Examples of possible rotations include:

  • Nigeria Country Director: Lead the promising Nigeria pilot into a phase of consolidation and growth and play a key role in shaping the future of the program in this high potential market. This person would also hire and mentor new staff to take on leadership roles in the coming years; set up systems and controls that can support rapid growth in the future; and ensure critical program metrics like adoption, impact and repayment remain strong year on year despite steady growth and changing market dynamics.
  • New department standup: Rotation Managers can be tasked with developing new capacities for One Acre Fund, like standing up a new Global Field Operations team or organizing a global approach to a new impact stream like agroforestry.
  • Program expansion: Lead a new program expansion, i.e. a new country or a new region, conducting initial pilot operations, recruitment, marketing, and setting up systems. Alternatively, launch a new business model or product offering in an existing market, like setting up an agrodealer operation.
  • Department leadership: Shore up a mission-critical department during a period when it would benefit from enhanced strategic leadership. By definition this could include many One Acre Fund departments, but for illustrative examples consider our high-priority initiatives within Logistics and Field Operations.

We see the Program Rotation Manager/Director position as an opportunity to bolster One Acre Fund’s ranks of seasoned executives; staff who will be positioned to take on critical positions in the organization. Selected candidates will confront the full gamut of leadership challenges of a rapidly scaling social enterprise while receiving intensive professional development support from one of the organization’s senior leaders.

CAREER GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

A Program Rotation Manager will receive:

  • An assigned mentor from One Acre Fund’s senior leadership who remains consistent from rotation to rotation in order to provide longer-term career growth and anchoring in the organization
  • Projects that cut across geography and business units for a truly comprehensive work experience
  • Challenging work assignments that target both critical organizational projects and your own leadership development goals

We have a strong organizational culture of constant learning and growth—put simply, we continually invest in developing our people. You’ll have weekly check-ins with your manager, access to mentorship and training programs, and regular feedback on your performance. We hold career reviews every six months, and set aside time to discuss your aspirations and career goals. You’ll have the opportunity to shape a growing organization and build a rewarding long-term career.

QUALIFICATIONS

We are seeking multiple exceptional professionals with exceptional professionals with 5+ years of relevant work experience and a demonstrated passion for our mission. Candidates who fit the following criteria are strongly encouraged to apply:

  • At a minimum, a Bachelor’s degree is required for this position with strong demonstrated previous work experience.
  • Functional flexibility – an entrepreneurial mindset and the ability to hit the ground running and start adding value quickly upon taking up a new rotational role
  • Geographic flexibility – at least in the first 12-18 months, the ability to relocate will be important as One Acre Fund has high-priority work across eight countries in sub-Saharan Africa. This includes willingness to live outside capital cities, close to our customers, as this is where initial rotations will be based.
  • Demonstrated leadership experiences, enthusiasm for learning, and openness to feedback
  • Track record of producing concrete business outcome at scale
  • Experience managing large, cross-functional teams, especially sales, operational, and field teams
  • Exceptional analytical skills, able to work with quantitative information, exercise judgment and make decisions in a context of uncertainty, and use data effectively to drive strategy
  • Ability to build teams and collaborate with colleagues from diverse backgrounds
  • Language: English required, French a plus in Rwanda and Burundi. Swahili-speakers are particularly encouraged to apply.

PREFERRED START DATE

As soon as possible

JOB LOCATION

Rotates based on organization priorities

COMPENSATION

Commensurate with experience

DURATION

Full-time job

BENEFITS

Health insurance, housing, and comprehensive benefits

SPONSOR INTERNATIONAL CANDIDATES

No; Africans are strongly encouraged to apply.

One Acre Fund never asks candidates to pay any money or pay for tests at any stage of the interview process. Official One Acre Fund emails will always arrive from an @oneacrefund.org address. Please report any suspicious communication here.

How to apply:

Please apply here: https://grnh.se/2574e1081