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Employment Vacancies at Shree Hindu Mandal Hospital

Position: Medical Specialists
Details
Application deadline 2019-09-16
Description
Applicants are invited for the following vacant posts which are required to be filled immediately:-

Specialist Physician.
Specialist Pediatrician.
QUALIFICATION: – Masters of Medicine in respective specialty from a recognized University and Must be registered with Medical Council of Tanganyika
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Provide specialized medical services for in-patients and out-patients
  • To supervise junior doctors and provide them supportive supervision
  • Carry out any other duties as assigned from time to time by their supervisor

Eligible candidates should apply online to the undersigned within fifteen days after the first advertisement, attaching certified copies of qualification certificates and curriculum vitae including name of three Referees.
The Chief Executive officer,
Shree Hindu Mandal Hospital,
P.O. Box 581
Dar-es-Salaam.
Email: hindu@hindumandal.org
Only successful shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

TANESCO Jobs 569 Government Jobs at Tanzania Electric Supply Company Ltd (TANESCO)

VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT
TANZANIA ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY (TANESCO)


Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (TANESCO) is a Parastatal organization
established by Memorandum and Articles of Association incorporated in 26th November 1931 which established Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (the then Tanganyika Electric Supply Company Limited -TANESCO). The Company generates purchases, transmits, distributes and sells electricity to Tanzania Mainland and sells bulk power to the Zanzibar Electricity Corporation (ZECO), which in turn sells it to the Public in islands of Unguja and Pemba. TANESCO owns most of the electricity generating, transmitting and distributing facilities in Tanzania Mainland with estimated population of 50 million.


Historically, the German colonialists established the first public electricity supply in Tanzania, the then called Tanganyika in 1908 at Dar es Salaam. It served the railway workshops and a part of the town where the colonialists were mostly staying. In 1920, when Tanganyika territory was put under Great Britain protectorate, a Government Electricity Department was formed to take over and operate the public supplies left by the Germans. In 1931, the Government handed over the undertaking at Dar es Salaam and those elsewhere upcountry (Dodoma, Tabora and Kigoma) to private enterprises. One of these companies was the Tanganyika Electric Supply Company Ltd. (TANESCO) and the other Company was the Dar es Salaam and District Electric Supply Company Ltd (DARESCO). The two companies were merged in 1964 and later changed its name into Tanzania Electric Supply Company
Tanzania Development Vision 2025 envisages to make the Country the middle income by 2025, this implies that GDP per Capita will be raised from USD 640 to at least USD 3,000 by 2025. To achieve this target, we need fast economic growth which must be propelled by adequate, reliable, affordable and environmental friendly electricity supply. Therefore Generation capacity need to be increased from 1,583 MW to at least 10,000 MW by 2025. Also Increase electricity connection levels from 24% recorded in 2014 to at least 50% and access levels from 36% to at least 75% by 2025. In view of the above vision, the Government, through various directives, has directed TANESCO to review its corporate structure to enable realization of the vision 2025 goals. In undertaking its core functions TANESCO is guided by National Energy Policy of 2003 and Electricity act of 2008.


TANESCO Ltd functions under regulatory guidance of Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) established by the EWURA Act of 2001. In complying with the above directives, the Company has come up with structure that reduces operational costs without compromising performance and efficiency. It has also considered the National Agenda for Industrialization that aims at transforming Tanzania’s economy into middle income.


On behalf of Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO); Public Service Recruitment Secretariat (PSRS) invites dynamic and suitably qualified Tanzanians to fill 569 vacant posts.

To read all jobs vacancies details and mode of application please download official PDF File through the link below:

DOWNLOAD PDF FILE HERE

569 Government Jobs at Tanzania Electric Supply Company Ltd (TANESCO)

VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT
TANZANIA ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY (TANESCO)

Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (TANESCO) is a Parastatal organization established by Memorandum and Articles of Association incorporated in 26th November 1931 which established Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (the then Tanganyika Electric Supply Company Limited -TANESCO). The Company generates purchases, transmits, distributes and sells electricity to Tanzania Mainland and sells bulk power to the Zanzibar Electricity Corporation (ZECO), which in turn sells it to the Public in islands of Unguja and Pemba. TANESCO owns most of the electricity generating, transmitting and distributing facilities in Tanzania Mainland with estimated population of 50 million.

Historically, the German colonialists established the first public electricity supply in Tanzania, the then called Tanganyika in 1908 at Dar es Salaam. It served the railway workshops and a part of the town where the colonialists were mostly staying. In 1920, when Tanganyika territory was put under Great Britain protectorate, a Government Electricity Department was formed to take over and operate the public supplies left by the Germans. In 1931, the Government handed over the undertaking at Dar es Salaam and those elsewhere upcountry (Dodoma, Tabora and Kigoma) to private enterprises. One of these companies was the Tanganyika Electric Supply Company Ltd. (TANESCO) and the other Company was the Dar es Salaam and District Electric Supply Company Ltd (DARESCO). The two companies were merged in 1964 and later changed its name into Tanzania Electric Supply Company
Tanzania Development Vision 2025 envisages to make the Country the middle income by 2025, this implies that GDP per Capita will be raised from USD 640 to at least USD 3,000 by 2025. To achieve this target, we need fast economic growth which must be propelled by adequate, reliable, affordable and environmental friendly electricity supply. Therefore Generation capacity need to be increased from 1,583 MW to at least 10,000 MW by 2025. Also Increase electricity connection levels from 24% recorded in 2014 to at least 50% and access levels from 36% to at least 75% by 2025. In view of the above vision, the Government, through various directives, has directed TANESCO to review its corporate structure to enable realization of the vision 2025 goals. In undertaking its core functions TANESCO is guided by National Energy Policy of 2003 and Electricity act of 2008.

TANESCO Ltd functions under regulatory guidance of Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) established by the EWURA Act of 2001. In complying with the above directives, the Company has come up with structure that reduces operational costs without compromising performance and efficiency. It has also considered the National Agenda for Industrialization that aims at transforming Tanzania’s economy into middle income.

On behalf of Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO); Public Service Recruitment Secretariat (PSRS) invites dynamic and suitably qualified Tanzanians to fill 569 vacant posts.

To read all jobs vacancies details and mode of application please download official PDF File through the link below:

DOWNLOAD PDF FILE HERE

569 New Government Jobs at Tanzania Electric Supply Company Ltd (TANESCO) | Deadline: 13th August, 2019

AJIRALEO TANZANIA
PRESIDENT’S OFFICE
PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT
Ref.No.EA.7/96/01/J/54 – 31st July, 2019
NAFASI ZA KAZI TANESCO 2019 | AJIRA MPYA TANESCO 2019
VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT
TANZANIA ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY(TANESCO)
Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (TANESCO) is a Parastatal organization established by Memorandum and Articles of Association incorporated in 26th November 1931 which established Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (the then Tanganyika Electric Supply Company Limited -TANESCO). The Company generates purchases, transmits, distributes and sells electricity to Tanzania Mainland and sells bulk power to the Zanzibar Electricity Corporation (ZECO), which in turn sells it to the Public in islands of Unguja and Pemba. TANESCO owns most of the electricity generating, transmitting and distributing facilities in Tanzania Mainland with estimated population of 50 million.


Historically, the German colonialists established the first public electricity supply in Tanzania, the then called Tanganyika in 1908 at Dar es Salaam. It served the railway workshops and a part of the town where the colonialists were mostly staying. In 1920, when Tanganyika territory was put under Great Britain protectorate, a Government Electricity Department was formed to take over and operate the public supplies left by the Germans. In 1931, the Government handed over the undertaking at Dar es Salaam and those elsewhere upcountry (Dodoma, Tabora and Kigoma) to private enterprises. One of these companies was the Tanganyika Electric Supply Company Ltd. (TANESCO) and the other Company was the Dar es Salaam and District Electric Supply Company Ltd (DARESCO). The two companies were merged in 1964 and later changed its name into Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO).

Tanzania Development Vision 2025 envisages to make the Country the middle income by 2025, this implies that GDP per Capita will be raised from USD 640 to at least USD 3,000 by 2025. To achieve this target, we need fast economic growth which must be propelled by adequate, reliable, affordable and environmental friendly electricity supply. Therefore Generation capacity need to be increased from 1,583 MW to at least 10,000 MW by 2025. Also Increase electricity connection levels from 24% recorded in 2014 to at least 50% and access levels from 36% to at least 75% by 2025. In view of the above vision, the Government, through various directives, has directed TANESCO to review its corporate structure to enable realization of the vision 2025 goals. In undertaking its core functions TANESCO is guided by National Energy Policy of 2003 and Electricity act of 2008.

TANESCO Ltd functions under regulatory guidance of Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) established by the EWURA Act of 2001. In complying with the above directives, the Company has come up with structure that reduces operational costs without compromising performance and efficiency. It has also considered the National Agenda for Industrialization that aims at transforming Tanzania’s economy into middle income.

On behalf of Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO); Public Service Recruitment Secretariat (PSRS) invites dynamic and suitably qualified Tanzanians to fill 569 vacant posts.

(KUCHEKI TANGAZO KAMILI DOWNLOAD PDF FILE, BONYEZA LINK HAPA CHINI)To read all jobs vacancies details and mode of application please download official PDF File through the link below:

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Project Administrative assistant – Tanganyika Law Society

Supporting Access to Justice for Children in East Africa (SAJCEA) is a project hosted by the Tanganyika Law Society (“TLS”) and implemented by the Tanzania National Working Group (TNWG) in collaboration with the Canadian Bar Association (CBA). The project is implemented in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. The same is financially supported by the Canadian Bar Association and the Canadian Government through the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD). As such, the broad objective of the project is to strengthen access to justice for children in East Africa through collaboration with bar associations in East Africa and other relevant partners in government and civil societies.

In its efforts to improve implementation of project activities, SAJCEA intends to recruit a Project Administrative Assistant to support all administrative aspects of the project. The Project Administrative Assistant will work under the supervision of the Project Coordinator. The Position is for an initial period of one year four months.

Specifically Project Administrative assistant will be responsible for;
i. Assisting in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the SAJCEA project
ii. Assisting in networking and representing SAJCEA in assigned meetings
iii. Assisting in administrative duties around the preparation for meetings and conferences including organizing logistics around the meetings
iv. Assisting in preparation of reports to the Project Support Office
v. Keeping abreast of all project correspondence including emails
vi. Maintain proper project records both in hard and soft copy
vii. Perform all administrative duties for the project
viii. Perform other duties as may be assigned from time to time

Skills and Experience Required:
Bachelor degree in Administration, Project planning and Management or Equivalent.
Have worked a minimum of 2 years in a similar position in a reputable institution
Strong oral and written communication with effective interpersonal and relationship management skills to engage individuals at all levels in the Project and Organization.
Experience of Working with donor funded projects.
Proven ability to build relationships and credibility.
Strong analytical skills
Must be computer literate – Excel and Word skills.
Willingness to work a flexible schedule when required
Ability to multi-task prioritizing and working under tight deadlines.
Fluency in English and Kiswahili.

Salary and Benefits:
Successful candidate will receive attractive packages commensurate with her/his qualifications and experience, inclusive of fringe benefits.

Mode of Application:
If you are qualified and you wish to join a dynamic and fast-paced working environment of Tanganyika Law Society, KINDLY apply by submitting an application letter, a detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV), relevant copies of your academic certificates and the names and contact information of three referees.

Applications should reach the Tanganyika Law Society no later than 16/02/2015
Application can also be done electronically by submitting to the following email: sajcearecruit@gmail.com
Only short listed applicants will be contacted for an interview.