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Ashinaga Africa Initiative 2020 Scholarship program for young African orphans (Fully Funded to study abroad)

APPLY FOR THE ASHINAGA AFRICA INITIATIVE

The Ashinaga Africa Initiative began in 2014. Its mission is to contribute to Sub-Saharan Africa’s expanding role in global development through increasing access to higher education abroad. We support orphaned students who are committed to returning home and initiating change, by providing access to full financial support to study at a university abroad (equivalent to an undergraduate degree). Ashinaga support covers tuition, accommodation, travel costs, and other necessary fees.

Requirements

Applicants must:

  • Have lost one or both parents;
  • Have completed secondary school and passed national secondary school examination (technical and vocational degrees not accepted) within the last two years (any date after 1st September 2017, including all of 2018 and 2019) or will have completed secondary school and received final exam results before February 28th, 2020. 
  • Were born after 1st September, 1997;
  • Have an outstanding academic performance at high school and were amongst the top students in their class;
  • Be committed to returning home, or to Sub-Saharan Africa, and contribute to society in Sub-Saharan Africa after graduating from university.

See the full list of requirements here.

Required Documents

This is a list of the documents you will need to submit as part of your application.

  • Copy of birth certificate of applicant.
  • Copy of death certificate of deceased parent(s), including the deceased parent’s name, or alternative official documentation proving death of parent(s) or orphan status.
  • Copy of national ID card or passport.
  • Copy of term reports / high school transcripts (from the last 2 years).
  • Copy of final Secondary School Examination Certificate*
  • Copy of academic transcripts or diplomas from university/post-secondary institution, if applicable.

* For students receiving their examination results after December 13th 2019 and before February 28th 2020 we will ask you to send your examination certificate if you are selected to progress to the second round of the application process

Selection

Applications for Anglophone and Francophone countries are open between 2nd September – 13th December 2019. Successful applicants will be invited to a second application round in late January which will be open between 28th January – 28th February 2020. This second round will include additional questions and essays to help us better understand your leadership potential and how you intend to use your university education to help others in the future. Successful applicants from the second round will be invited to an assessment day in April 2020 where Ashinaga conducts individual interviews and sets an examination to better understand students’ academic abilities and career goals in Sub-Saharan Africa. Students must bring all original academic documents and identification documents to the interview. Failure to do so may result in dismissal from the application process.

Eligible Countries

Anglophone Recruitment (September 2nd to December 13th)

Botswana, Ethiopia, Eritrea, The Gambia, Ghana, Kenya, Kingdom of eSwatini, Lesotho, Liberia, Malawi, Mauritius*, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Seychelles*, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe

How to apply

There are three ways to apply for the Ashinaga Africa Initiative, although we prefer online applications or those sent by email. There is no application fee, and you must never pay anyone to apply or to apply on your behalf. Applications are now closed. If you are interested in being notified once the Ashinaga Africa Initiative opens to applications again, please fill this form.

Please note that if you apply by post, all submitted documents will not be returned to you. Therefore, you must send copies of documents ONLY.

CLICK HERE TO  APPLY ONLINE

TU Delft – Sub-Saharan Africa Excellence Scholarship 2020 for MSc Program in Delft, the Netherlands

Deadline: December 15, 2019

Want to study in the Netherlands? Applications for the TU Delft – Sub-Saharan Africa Excellence Scholarship are now open. These scholarships give talented, motivated and broadly interested students from Sub-Saharan Africa the opportunity to study at the Delft University of Technology.
The Global Initiative aims to support capacity building in the Global South and to advance future leadership focusing on sustainable global development. The UN Sustainable Development Goals are a guiding principle for the TU Delft.

TU Delft | Global Initiative offers 4 Sub-Saharan Africa Excellence Scholarships. These scholarships cover full tuition fees for a TU Delft MSc programme and living expenses for 2 years. The aim is to give talented, motivated and broadly interested students from Sub-Saharan Africa the opportunity to study at the Delft University of Technology and to strengthen their relationship with the universities they come from.

From the students they expect that they are willing to act as their ambassadors during their studies and after graduation.

Scholarships

25.000 per year for Sub-Saharan students, which includes:

  • Full tuition fees for a TU Delft MSc programme based on the statutory fee or institutional rate, according to the registered nationality, AND contribution for the living expenses.
  • Membership to the Scholarship club giving access to personal development, workshops, seminars, etc.
  • A MSc thesis topic which relates to the Sustainable Development Goals and TU Delft | Global Initiative.
  • Be our ambassador for Sub-Saharan Africa.

Eligibility

  • Excellent international applicants (conditionally) admitted to one of the 2-year Regular TU Delft’s MSc programmes.
  • With a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 80 percent or higher of the scale maximum in the bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in one of the above mentioned countries.
  • Citizens: Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Côte d’Ivoire, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, The Gambia, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South-Sudan, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

Application

  • Check if you’re eligible for this scholarship
  • Complete your MSc application (check the admission requirements)
  • In addition to all the regular documents for a MSc programme application:
  • Upload the Scholarship Application Form
  • Upload two reference letters (in one PDF document), according to required documents in either English, French, German or Dutch. These letters must be:
  • from either a previous professor or assistant professor. If you have work experience, one of these letters may be from your employer.
  • written on the official letterhead /have the official stamp of the university or company.
  • signed by the referee and include your complete name

Is your referee hesitant to provide you with the letter? Then he/she can email a scanned PDF of the letter via email, His/her e-mail must include your complete name and TU Delft student number. You will be given this number upon registering in Studielink.

If you choose this option, you must upload a statement under “reference letter” in osiaan.tudelft.nl informing them of this decision. This statement should include the name and e-mail address of your referee.

Please note that Non-EU/EFTA students must include their English test with their application (if required). EU/EFTA students can submit this document in a later stage according to the Admission instructions.

Only students meeting this deadline who have been (conditionally) admitted to one of the MSc programmes of TU Delft could be considered for these scholarships. Only students who have been granted a scholarship will be informed by TU Delft via email by begin March 2020

For more information, visit TU Delft.

Ethiopia: Regional Program Manager – Research, Evidence and Learning (Africa)

Organization: HelpAge International
Country: Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 16 Oct 2019

Vacancy Announcement

Regional Program Manager – Research, Evidence & Learning

Based in Either Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia or Mozambique (National position)

HelpAge International is the secretariat to the HelpAge Global Network, which brings together a wide range of organisations and individuals working to promote the rights and meet the needs of older women and men, nationally and/or internationally.

Our long-term vision is to establish a global movement of network partners to work on issues of older people and population ageing. Only by collaborating together can we achieve a world in which all older people can lead dignified, active, healthy and secure lives. We aim to extend the reach and influence of the HelpAge Global Network to all those in a position to help bring about our vision for older people- including Governments, regional institutions, policy makers, development partners, the private sector, UN organisations and academic institutions.

In the Africa region we will deliver this through a combination of programme, policy advocacy, learning and communications work focused on our core themes of social protection, health and care, abuse & discrimination, and voice, in both stable and humanitarian contexts.

The incumbent will develop and implement a robust evidence, research & learning strategy on focussed themes, develop and coordinate ‘Learning & Research group on Ageing’ in Africa, develop knowledge content to inform programming, advocacy, & fundraising, train and support HelpAge and network members on learning strategies and develop a systematic architecture of data collection and management.

Interested candidates to send their curriculum vitae and cover letter detailing how they meet the criteria for this role to jobs.africa@helpage.org by 16th October 2019.

How to apply:

For a detailed Job description and information on how to apply, please follow this link: https://www.helpage.org/who-we-are/jobs/regional-program-manager-research-evidence-and-learning-africa/

HelpAge International is an equal opportunity employer and we strive to be inclusive of age and disability in our teams. Qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply

P4G’s 2019 Scale-Up Partnerships: Innovations for Green Growth and Climate Action

Deadline: 18 October 2019

2020 P4G Partnership Fund is seeking applications to offer financial support and targeted assistance to select public-private partnerships that are advancing innovative strategies to achieve the following five UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs):
SDG 2 Food Security and Sustainable Agriculture

  • SDG 6 Water and Sanitation
  • SDG 7 Clean Energy
  • SDG 11 Sustainable Cities and Communities
  • SDG 12 Responsible Consumption and Production (circular economy)

P4G will provide funding only to partnerships in the start-up and scale-up phases of development and growth:

  • Start-up: Promising, early-stage partnerships that need support to consolidate the partnership or test the feasibility of innovative approaches.
  • Scale-up: Partnerships that are already engaged in promising, business-driven green growth innovations and need support to scale up and accelerate their impact.

Funding Information

  • Partnerships in the start-up phase may apply for up to USD 100,000. P4G funding should represent a maximum of 75 percent of the partnership’s budget. Partnerships in the scale-up phase may apply for up to USD 1 million, with P4G funding a maximum of 50 percent of the partnership’s budget. P4G funding is for a period of one to two years (12 – 24 months), depending on the needs of the partnership.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Primary SDG Focus: Partnership activities must focus on one or more of P4G’s five target SDGs: Zero Hunger (2); Clean Water and Sanitation (6); Affordable and Clean Energy (7); Sustainable Cities and Communities (11); Responsible Consumption and Production (12).
  • Start-up or Scale-up: Partnerships must be in either the start-up or the scale-up phase of development. P4G does not support partnerships in the idea generation phase (including concept, research and development, or pilot phase), or in the implementation phase between start-up and scaling.
  • Country Focus: Start-up partnership activities must benefit one or more of the P4G partner countries that are eligible for P4G funding: Bangladesh, Colombia, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, South Africa, and Vietnam. P4G has a strong preference for scale-up partnerships whose activities benefit these countries, as well, but will also consider exceptional scale-up partnership applications that benefit other ODA-eligible developing countries.

Evaluation Criteria
Partnerships that meet the eligibility criteria above will be evaluated and ranked based on the following eight criteria:

  • Market Need: The extent to which the partnership is addressing a significant gap in the market.
  • To what extent has the partnership identified a viable target market?
  • How clearly has the partnership described the key issues, problems or barriers that prevent a commercially viable solution aligned with the relevant SDGs from entering the marketplace?
  • Goals: The extent to which the partnership goals are relevant and impactful.
  • How relevant are the goals and sub-goals to both the problem and the suggested solutions?
  • How clear and consistent are the goals?
  • To what extent will achieving the partnership’s goals lead to positive, measurable progress toward the relevant SDGs?
  • Effectiveness of the Model: The likelihood that the proposed model/approach can deliver a commercially viable solution aligned with the relevant SDGs, and the strength of the strategy to grow and replicate that model.
  • To what extent is the model innovative (see definition below) while also having an approach that seems feasible? For financial instruments: how realistic and sound are the instruments and structures?
  • How likely is the partnership’s model/approach to lower the market barriers that the partnership has identified?
  • How likely is it that the identified model/approach will deliver a commercially viable solution within the marketplace?
  • How strong is the model and the partnership’s strategy and ability to grow, replicate, and scale?
  • Work Plan and Implementation Strategy: The likelihood that the workplan will produce the identified goals.
  • How likely are the identified workplan activities to produce the identified goals?
  • How reasonable is the timeline for completing the activities and achieving the goals and deliverables in the workplan?
  • Budget and Financial Plan: The level of sustainability of the partnership’s funding model.
  • How well is the budget aligned to the workplan and timeline?
  • How reasonable is the budget for accomplishing the desired results?
  • For pre-commercial ventures: how realistic is the plan to get to commercial operation, or to directly enable significant commercial investment?
  • For commercial ventures: how realistic and viable are the potential future revenue streams?
  • Partners’ Capability: The strength of the partners’ capacity to execute the proposed model/approach.
  • What is the partners’ experience in implementing change in the relevant sector, market segment, and geography?
  • Does the partnership’s structure and history/precedent indicate that they can function effectively as a collective and execute on plans?
  • Value Add of P4G:
  • To what extent would P4G acceleration and funding help this partnership to achieve its goals? (Note: this may include the partnership’s alignment with existing P4G partnership themes and partner country priorities.)

Risk: The thoroughness of the risk evaluation and the strength of the risk mitigation plan
How thoroughly defined and comprehensive are the risks in the following areas:

  • Human capital
  • Technological
  • Process
  • Political
  • Legal
  • Economic
  • Do the risk mitigation measures defined by the partnership provide reasonable assurance that the relevant risks are manageable?

How to Apply
Applicants can apply online via given website.
For more information, please visit https://p4gpartnerships.org/content/2020-call-partnership-applications

Funding Call for Small Conservation Grants in the Sub-Saharan Africa

Deadline: 31 December 2019

The Jana Robeyst Trust Fund (JRTF) is accepting applications for its Small Conservation Grants to provide financial resources to early career scientists/conservationists and non-profit organizations to carry out vital field conservation and research work in Africa.
The JRTF aims to provide relatively small levels of funding for ongoing projects or pilot programmes with a clear conservation value.

Funding InformationSmall grants will be awarded up to a maximum of 1,500 euro.

Eligibility Criteria

  • This funding program is open to individuals or organizations for projects in Sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Applicants can be based anywhere in the world.
  • Both successful and unsuccessful applicants are welcome to apply again 12 months after the submission.
  • Eligible project will have a clear conservation value and be based in a country in sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Preference will go to projects in relation with elephants.
  • Education projects will also be considered.

What project is not eligible for funding?

  • Pure research will not be funded. Research project will be considered if they demonstrate applied benefit to conservation and/or target an identified conservation need.
  • Living costs, thesis production costs, retrospective costs, fundraising costs, and payment of a debt will not be considered for funding.
  • Office equipment and participation to internship and volunteer program will not be considered unless they are essential in completing field work or benefit an identified conservation need.

How to Apply
Interested applicants should submit the grant form in English or French. Additional information may be provided in separate attachments.
They will request:

  • The grant form fully completed
  • CV with the contact details of two references (if one letter of reference is send with the application, the referees will not be contacted, the referees need to have professional email addresses).
  • The application must be send through a professional email address (not Yahoo, Gmail, Hotmail, etc.). If not possible, please send a proof of affiliation with a university, research institution or non-profit organization.
  • Applications must be submitted via given website.

Eligible Countries: Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo DR, Congo-Brazzaville, Cote d Ivoire (Ivory Coast), Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Reunion, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Western Sahara, Zambia, Zimbabwe
For more information, please visit http://janatrustfund.org/index_en.html

Ethiopia: Senior Advisor for Bilateral Partnerships, New Business Unit, East Africa

Organization: International Research and Exchanges Board
Country: Ethiopia, Kenya, United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 30 Nov 2019

IREX seeks a strategic and entrepreneurial Senior Advisor for Bilateral Partnerships to help grow revenues from non-US government donors. The position will support IREX’s work cultivating leaders, empowering youth, strengthening institutions, and increasing access to quality education and information. The Senior Advisor will expand IREX’s current portfolio of collaborative partnerships and programs designed and carried out with support of donors including UK DFID and FCO, Global Affairs Canada, SIDA, DANIDA, and NORAD, among others.

The position will support global new business efforts with a special focus on East Africa. The position will ideally be based in Nairobi, Kenya, or Dar El Salaam, Tanzania or Addis, Ethiopia. Host Country Nationals are strongly encouraged to apply.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Lead IREX’s institutional efforts to increase familiarity with governmental, non-USG donors, their priorities, and their procurement systems
  • Lead efforts to strengthen IREX's business processes and increase capacity to respond to non-USG proposals
  • Design and write technical narratives, concepts, expressions of interest, and other documents in support of donor proposal submissions
  • Help to increase IREX’s visibility with identified donors
  • Track funding trends and intelligence to inform new business development strategy
  • Develop and manage relationships with donors

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor’s degree required; graduate degree preferred
  • Minimum 7 years of relevant experience including new business development for donor funded initiatives
  • Strong familiarity with bilateral donors such as DFID, FCO, GAC, SIDA, and their procurement systems
  • Experience designing and writing winning proposals for donor funded projects
  • Ability to establish and negotiate partnerships in diverse settings
  • Technical expertise in one or more of IREX’s practice areas
  • Ability to improve business development processes and
  • Fluent, professional, written and spoken English required; other languages encouraged

How to apply:

To apply please submit a resume and a cover letter that includes your salary range requirements with your application. :

https://jobs.jobvite.com/irex/job/oHTVafwp

3 Job Opportunities at Amref Health Africa, Community Field Assistants

Job Opportunities at Amref Health Africa, Community Field Assistants


Amref Health Africa is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO) whose mission is “to improve the health of people by partnering with and empowering communities and strengthening health systems”. Amref Health Africa has over 1000 employees throughout Africa with its headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya. Amref Health Africa has offices in Tanzania, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, and South Africa, Malawi, Zambia, South Sudan and Senegal and a number of offices in Europe and North America for fundraising. Amref Health Africa-Tanzania is largely supported by Multilateral, Bilateral and National donors, implementing several programmes including HIV/AIDS/TB/Malaria, Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health, Water and sanitation, e learning programme and clinical outreach. Amref Health Africa -Tanzania has the following vacancies:

Position Title: Community Field Assistant (3)

Location/Work Station: Tanga, Korogwe, Muheza or Handeni/Lushoto
Reports to: Regional Community Services Coordinator

Job summary:
The focus of the Community field Assistant ensuring all the community-based HIV prevention, testing, linkage, and retention services targeting key vulnerable populations (KVP) are implemented at the highest service expected in specific districts He/she will engage and work closely with Health Facilities, and Providers at the Community
settings including collaborating with local government authorities at ward and Village level to
support community based services, with technical advice and guidance from the Community Services Coordinator.

Specific responsibilities and duties:

  • Develop work plan for day-to-day program implementation at the district level including supervision of field activities
  • Supervise the delivery of field-based HIV prevention services to the KPs/PPs by community outreach workers, including scheduling and implementing day and night mobile outreach campaigns.
  • Mentor and supervise community outreach workers regularly and frequently during outreach sessions and lead weekly outreach worker meetings;
  • Ensure adequate supplies of commodities (condoms and test kits) and other materials (IEC; data collection tools) to outreach workers.
  • Support healthcare workers providing KP/PP friendly services in health facilities and mobile activities via regular supportive supervision.
  • Inform and cooperate with local government authorities and other stakeholders on current and upcoming activities for the program
  • Participate in the training/orientation of healthcare workers in the selected health facilities on KP/PP program
  • Regularly conduct routine mapping/re-mapping of hot spots and size estimation where KPs and PPs are found
  • Assist with identifying/screening, recruiting, and training community outreach workers from peer groups to implement the outreach services.
  • Review completed data tools on a regular basis and ensure adequate data collection including timely, complete and clean reporting/data transfer to Data Manager
  • Manage security of data tools when not in use
  • Prepare weekly reports on outreach activities and progress
  • Assist in development of the referral network between the outreach and health facility services
  • Performing any other relevant duties as assigned by the supervisor


Qualification

  • Medical/ Social Sciences Diploma, Bachelor Degree in the related field will be an added advantage.
  • Proven critical analysis skills and report writing skills
  • At least 2 years of hands on experiences at a position in community based program NGO which is active in health development
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality regarding Clients health status and sensitive information in data sources
  • Ability to interact well with targeted groups and peer outreach workers by facilitating a non-judgemental, non-discriminatory and noon stigmatizing environment in the program.
  • Good interpersonal and people management skills a team player and builder
  • Good command of English and Swahili language will be an added advantage


If you meet the criteria given above and interested in the vacancies, please send an application letter and CV combined in as one document indicating your present employer and position, daytime telephone contact, names and addresses of three referees. To be considered, your application must be received by 16.30 HOURS September 15, 2019. Please mention the job title/vacancy name or use the job title as the subject line when applying for this position failure to do that your application may not be retrieved.

All correspondences should be directed to: Email: jobs.tanzania@amref.org. Direct application through mail will not be accepted.

Amref Health Africa is an equal opportunity employer however women and people with disability are encouraged to apply and has a non-smoking environment policy;

“Amref Health Africa is committed to the principles of safeguarding in workplace and will not tolerate any form of abuse, wherever it occurs or whoever is responsible”

Amref health Africa –Tanzania regrets that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.


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Job Opportunity at Amref Health Africa, Human Resources Officer

Amref Health Africa is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO) whose mission is “to improve the health of people by partnering with and empowering communities and strengthening health systems”. Amref Health Africa has over 1000 employees throughout Africa with its headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya. Amref Health Africa has offices in Tanzania, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, and South Africa, Malawi, Zambia, South Sudan and Senegal and a number of offices in Europe and North America for fundraising. Amref Health Africa-Tanzania is largely supported by Multilateral, Bilateral and National donors, implementing several programmes including HIV/AIDS/TB/Malaria, Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health, Water and sanitation, e learning programme and clinical outreach. Amref Health Africa -Tanzania has the following vacancies:

Position: Human Resources Officer

Location: Amref Health Africa Country Office in Dar es Salaam
Reports to: Human Resources Manager

Purpose of the Job
To provide strategic support to the Human Resources functions, Administration and Management and ensuring that operations of the entire Amref Health Africa in Tanzania
country program support services run efficiently and effectively in a cost effective manner.

Key Responsibilities/Key Results Areas (KRAS)

Employees Relationship

  • Provide ongoing coaching, support and advise to the management and employees on people and HR related issues.
  • Provide timeous feedback and maintain professional communication to all stakeholders of Amref Health Africa.
  • Being available and proactive in addressing people related issues in the Organization by maintaining close relationship with the employees at all levels.
  • Support the development and implementation of HR initiatives and systems within Amref Health Africa

Performance Management

  • Assist in ensuring of the effective communication and implementation of Performance Management system in accordance with Amref Health Africa human resources manual
  • Assist the management with identifying of the top performers and implement appropriate action plans to further enhance their performance and career in the organization.
  • Responsible on identifying of non-performers and assist management to develop personal development plans and monitor their progress on a monthly basis

Compliance Management

  • Provide guidance on compliance and counseling on Amref Health Africa policies, procedures and best practice
  • Oversee training of Amref Health Africa staff in safety procedures and first aid care giving and compliance to standard operation procedures by Amref Health Africa staff and high performance by security service providers.
  • Work with teams to design strategies for continuous process improvement to ensure sustainability of operations at all levels.
  • Manage the development and maintenance of human resources systems, policies and procedures.
  • Maintain employee records according to Amref Health Africa policy and legal requirements
  • Ensure employees compliance with Amref Global Code of Conduct, Safeguarding policy, HR audits and donor audits recommendations

Recruitment & Selection

  • Create, supervise and implement effective onboarding plans as per Amref Health Africa
  • Identify the right candidates for the right job through assessments, interviews and employee profiling processes
  • Maintain fair and equitable recruitment approach in line with the specific job requirements
  • Conduct relevant employment background and reference checks on all employees and prepare job offers to the successful candidates
  • Create a pool of suitable candidates for future employment on data base to meet the employment demands of the business

Employee Administration

  • Ensure that contracts of permanent and temporary staff are prepared in collaboration with other departments.
  • Ensure that salary packages of Amref Health Africa staff members are prepared as per Organization Human Resources policy.
  • Ensure that files are opened for new appointments and transfers are done.
  • Ensure that files are closed when employees resign or services are terminated.
  • Ensure that Time sheet, attendance register sheets is scrutinised monthly.
  • Ensure that new employee’s forms and contracts are received and completed (Pension Fund, Medical Aid, Social Security, etc.)

Disciplinary & Grievances

  • Take part in the disciplinary hearing process, assist to verify and confirm warnings and monitor improvement of undesirable behavior and misconduct

Routine Administrative functions

  • Support the Amref Health Africa HR Unit to conduct staff exit interviews to minimize the staff turnover and retain good performers
  • Manage employee mobility through transfers, promotions and terminations
  • Ensure that all letters and other correspondences are correct, signed and send out on time
  • Provide input to the policy and procedure formulation and amendments on an ongoing basis

Qualification, skills and experience

  • Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management, Industrial Relations and Business Administration.
  • Certification and professional qualifications in Human Resources Management, Strategic Human Resources Management, Industrial Relations, Laws and Business Administration
  • Should have strong experience and background in managing compliance issues relating to donors regulations, statutory regulations and local/international established professional standards
  • Minimum of six (6) years’ experience in similar role, and working at least three years in an NGO/international organizations or a donor funded project
  • Skilled in Administration, organization development, strategic orientation and team orientation
  • Thorough understanding of the local labor laws; confidentiality, analytical with an eye for detail
  • Good communication skills; good organization skills; working with people, drive for results, leading and supervising, persuading and influencing, commitment, and integrity.
  • Fluency in English and Kiswahili required (excellent written, spoken and comprehension skills).

If you meet the criteria given above and interested in the vacancies, please send an application letter and CV combined in as one document indicating your present employer and position, daytime telephone contact, names and addresses of three referees. To be considered, your application must be received by 16.30 HOURS September 15, 2019. Please mention the job title/vacancy name or use the job title as the subject line when applying for this position failure to do that your application may not be retrieved.

All correspondences should be directed to: Email: jobs.tanzania@amref.org

Direct application through mail will not be accepted.

Amref Health Africa is an equal opportunity employer however women and people with disability are encouraged to apply and has a non-smoking environment policy;
“Amref Health Africa is committed to the principles of safeguarding in workplace and will not tolerate any form of abuse, wherever it occurs or whoever is responsible”

Amref health Africa –Tanzania regrets that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Employment Opportunities At Mohammed Enterprises Tanzania Limited – MeTL


MeTL Group is Tanzania’s largest homegrown company with Revenues of more than $1.5 billion, employing more than 24,000 people and with a presence in 12 countries in Africa.”
Our heritage as an economic powerhouse runs deep. The MeTL Group began as a family business started by my father Gulamabbas Dewji, a small trading company which was then turned into one of the largest industrial conglomerates in East Africa, with interests ranging trading, agriculture,
manufacturing, energy & petroleum, financial services, mobile telephonyinfrastructure and real estate, transport, logistics & distribution. After studying business at Georgetown University, I joined my father’s business in 1999, since then MeTL Group has grown significantly, diversifying to sectors never before thought possible. This company profile will outline the depth of MeTL Group’s presence in Tanzania, the brand that we have and how far we have come over the years.

MeTL Group is Tanzania’s largest homegrown company with Revenues of more than $1.5 billion, employing more than 24,000 people and with a presence in 12 countries in Africa, including Uganda, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Zambia, Mozambique, Malawi, Dubai, DR Congo and of course Tanzania. We have the best available talent and are consistently investing in our people and our infrastructure. The $1.5 billion revenue from our group of companies constitutes a little over 3.5% of the GDP of Tanzania and employs 5% of the formal employment sector. By 2018 we expect to hit revenues of $5 billion.
MeTL Group supports several causes through the Mo Dewji foundation. Over the last five years, we have spent more than $3 million developing schools, providing education, improving health care, and providing water supply inventions to create income generation.

JOB TITLE: Utility Supervisor
Mohammed Enterprises Tanzania Limited – MeTL

  • Minimum Qualification: Bachelor
  • Experience Level: Executive level
  • Experience Length: 5 years

Job Description
Metl group of company. Aone product and Bottlers ltd

  • Supervise the utilty department, activities, manpower and operations
  • Monitor and recording the shift reporting time and utility operation
  • Ensure all operators wear PPE and uniforms ensure safety

JOB TITLE:Health and Safety Officer

  • Minimum Qualification: Bachelor
  • Experience Level: Executive level
  • Experience Length: 5 years

Job Description
Metl Group of company

  • Workplace mgt as per OSHA/Fire/ NEMC/standards
  • Managing expering stock e.g fire/ fireAid kit etc
  • PPE requirements analysis and timely ordering
  • Ensure reqular HSE comitee meeting
  • Maintaining safety files
  • Send monthly HSE reports

MODE OF APPLICATION

MeTL respects and honors talent, skills and knowledge and thus, welcomes applications from all across the country. As we grow we require fresh, energetic, dedicated and honest employees.

Interested candidates can contact us on the contact details mentioned below. We will review the applications and if found suitable, will get back to you.

Golden Jubilee Towers, Ohio Street, 20th Floor Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. P.O.Box 20660 DSM,
E-mail: recruitment@metl.net


Application Deadline 10th October 2019

Careers at TradeMark East Africa (TMEA)


Position: Director, Private Sector Advocacy
Deadline date: 20 September 2019 at 5.00pm East Africa time
Overview:
The Director, Private Sector Advocacy will be responsible for directing and monitoring TradeMark East Africa’s (TMEA’s) workstreams related to the Private Sector Advocacy portfolio at the regional and national levels in the countries in which TMEA operates, in line with TMEA project documents and the TMEA Theory of Change (TOC). The primary objective will be to enhance private sector organisations’ (PSOs) capacity to proactively and positively influence decision-making, to accelerate dispute resolution, to sustain political buy-in, to increase commitment and to reduce overall programme risks in TMEA’s project clusters.
The ideal candidate will possess an undergraduate degree with at least 12 years of relevant working experience OR a Master’s degree with at least 10 years of relevant working experience (i.e. experience gained while working in private sector and civil society development, policy advocacy and stakeholder engagement preferably in regional integration, trade facilitation and business environment reform and related areas).
In addition, s/he will have a minimum of five years’ experience leading and managing programmes related to trade and regional integration/development co-operation in the countries in which TMEA operates (Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda).

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