Thursday, 21 February 2013

Job Vacancies March 2013 Application Deadlines

NURSE(1 post)
International School of Tanganyika
1.Advanced Secondary School Education
2.Diploma in Nursing.
3.Must be registered by Nurse & Midwife Council
4.Computer Literate
An attractive salary and benefits package commensurate with the qualifications and experience will be offered to the successful candidate.
Mode of Application:


Deadline : 8thMarch, 2013


Reporting to : Financial Controller
- Holder of CPA (T) or its equivalent qualification and must be registered by NBAA.
- Work experience of not less than 5 years from a large and reputable organization will be an added advantage


Deadline : 01/03/2013

D.D Shapriya
D.D Shapriya is a rapidly progressing ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION Company focused on providing advance, safe and innovative solutions to the construction needs of clients. We are the only contractor in Tanzania possessing CLASS ONE registration in all four construction fields; namely BUILDING, CIVIL, MECHANICAL and ELECTRICAL fields. Apart from traditional contractors, we undertake EPC (Design and Build) contracts as well. Due to Management re-structuring, necessitated by continuous growth, we have additional requirement for following senior personnel;
- Post Graduate in field of Business Administration and having worked in dynamic and organized business house with proven track record of successfully managing Admin, logistics, HR, PR, security etc
- And functions of business at least 15 years
- Excellent communication skills (both oral and written) in English and Kiswahili together with ability to work as part of a team, under pressure are mandatory requirements for the post.
Excellent remuneration package shall be offered to the right candidate.


Deadline : 28th Feb. 2013

The National Development Corporation (NDC)
The National Development Corporation (NDC) is an organization owned by the Government of The United Republic of Tanzania which was established in 1962 by an Act of Parliament. Currently NDC exists under the Public Corporations Act of 1992 as a development organization with a mission to implement strategic industrial development projects in partnership with private sector.
NDC is seeking to recruit s highly competent, proactive, committed and self-driven individual to the following positions;
- A holder of Master's Degree in Chemistry, processing engineering or equivalent qualification plus 5 years of relevant experience in project management and coordination.


Deadline : 28th Feb, 2013

Executive Assistant

Amani Children's Home
Deadline : February 28, 2013

The National Development Corporation (NDC)
Deadline : 28th Feb, 2013

Deadline : 25 /2/2013

Project Manager – Sustainable Business Practice
Search for Common Ground (SFCG)
Deadline : 28 Feb 2013
Deadline : 01/03/2013

Special Consultant
Asylum Access
Asylum Access Tanzania, is seeking a consultant to assist in analyzing the data and drafting a report of our findings, to be presented at a workshop in Dar es Salaam in late June 2013. The position is unpaid and the individual must be willing to work remotely.
Project Description
Asylum Access is in the process of implementing a survey of migrants in detention in key regions of Tanzania and is looking for someone to assist in analysing data and writing our report. The purpose of the survey is to identify migrants’ legal status, screen migrants who may be released from detention, and identify best practices to reducing unnecessary detention. Although our project will also reach migrants from the Great Lakes region, the primary focus is on reaching migrants from the Horn of Africa, who make up the majority of the detained migrant population.
The project focuses in the following target areas: • Migrants’ transportation routes, purpose of travel, and intended destination • Whether migrants are victims of human trafficking and the extent to which migrants are trafficked • Whether migrants are registered refugees and the reasons for the detention of registered refugees • Whether migrants are children and may be released from detention or reunified with their families • Whether migrants have valid onward visas to leave Tanzania • Whether migrants have the means and willingness to repatriate themselves to their country of origin • Whether and to what extent access to judicial or other procedures may allow the Prisons Service to release migrants from detention, and what the barriers are to access to such procedures
The Consultant will learn first-hand about the challenges and opportunities of global human rights advocacy, and will play a vital role in furthering Asylum Access’s mission to make refugee human rights a reality.
How to apply:


Deadline : February 28, 2013.

Legal Services Coordinator/Director

Asylum Access
Detailed Job Description:
Recruitment, training and supervision of legal services staff
• Play the lead role, in cooperation with other relevant staff, in recruiting and training volunteer legal advisors and paid staff who will work in the legal services program. • Interview all potential volunteers at AATZ, direct logistical issues in hiring new volunteers and staff, conduct mid-term evaluations and exit interviews with volunteers, and meet weekly with volunteers to discuss legal and personal matters regarding work. • Plan regular training sessions for new and current volunteers and staff, preparing AATZ’s legal team to engage in effective advocacy in national and international forums. • Assure that all contractual obligations are adhered to and making the necessary contacts and efforts to ensure implementation meets AA’s legal services targets. • Regularly appraise legal services staff and provide feedback and support to enable them to do their jobs better.
Legal services management
• Supervise all individual legal services offered by AATZ legal advisors and staff on refugee status determination claims and access to rights processes. • Approve all written work leaving the office, and providing detailed feedback to AATZ legal advocates on the quality of their work. • Manage and develop AATZ’s case management system, including intake, the assignment of cases, and ensuring diligent service to clients. • Supervise and ensure compliance with the “Nairobi Code” and any other applicable ethical standards. • Seek additional expertise as needed to ensure high quality ethical service to AATZ clients. • Develop and maintain constructive relations with key governmental, inter-governmental and non-governmental players in Tanzania in order to facilitate effective legal representation. • Develop criteria and mechanism for case-matter selection in order to allocate scarce legal aid resources in the most effective manner to fulfill AATZ’s mission. • Develop ideas and plans for more effective delivery of legal aid to refugees in Tanzania. • Directly handle complex cases, such as cases in which clients’ lives, health or freedom are in immediate danger
Advocacy, Leadership and Administration
• Identify, in conjunction with Country Director, priorities for strategic litigation and policy advocacy. • Direct strategic litigation projects, including planning overall strategies, drafting complaints, motions, briefs, etc., argue cases in national and international forums, and coordinate communication and implementation strategies. • Represent AATZ in meeting with government officials, UNHCR, NGOs and other civil society actors. • Direct weekly team meetings and brief AATZ team on new developments. • Serve as a resource to all staff and volunteers, keeping abreast of international standards and innovations in refugee and human rights law, particularly in areas that effect AATZ clients, policy advocacy and strategic litigation initiatives • Ensure that information regarding legal services is up to date in client database. • Update orientation packets, training materials, legal services protocols and other office management documents.
• Report regularly to the Country Director and Headquarters on the scope, nature, quality and challenges of AATZ’s legal services. • Any other tasks necessary and reasonable for ensuring the provision of high quality and ethical legal aid to AATZ clients.
Minimum required qualifications:
• Professionally fluent in spoken and written English. Swahili extremely desirable. • Experienced lawyer or legal advocate with at least 2 years of experience in human rights issues, preferably regarding refugee rights. • Deep knowledge and understanding of refugee law and context • Intimate understanding of International Refugee Law, including the 1951 Convention, the 1969 OAU Convention, and their respective interpretations. • Experience supervising legal staff or volunteers from diverse cultural backgrounds in an international setting • Advanced university degree in law (LLB, LLM, JD, LLD, SJD, Ab., etc) • Comfortable working with people of different backgrounds and cultures • Ability to work full-time, in a deadline driven, high-stress environment • Ability to understand and develop creative responses to a rapidly changing political situation. • Willingness to do what is needed to achieve Asylum Access’s goals • Enthusiastic about the mission, vision, and approach of Asylum Access
Desired qualifications:
• Familiarity with United Nations Agencies, especially UNHCR • Experience advising and representing refugees in Refugee Status Determination Proceedings. • Experience advising and representing refugees in asylum proceedings and/or access to rights assistance • Expertise in forced migration, refugee, and asylum issues • Prior experience working in diverse cross-cultural environments • Prior experience providing services directly to clients and/or working with vulnerable populations • Prior experience with relationship-building, fundraising, and management of funds
Asylum Access will offer a salary package that is locally competitive and commensurate with the successful applicant’s experience and qualifications.
Organizational relationships
The LSC/D will report directly to the Country Director. The LSC/D will be ultimately responsible for the progress of AATZ’s Legal Services Program and will be accountable to Asylum Access Headquarters (AAHQ) and Board on operational progress, problems and strategy. The LSC/D will directly supervise all VLAs providing legal services for AATZ.
As part of the general leadership team of AATZ, the LSC/D will thus render advice to the Country Director and Headquarters on budget and resource needs, especially those related to legal services. Under the leadership of the Country Director or Headquarters, the LSC/D will assist in fundraising efforts for AA and in developing new institutional relationships or networks to benefit AA programs. The LSC/D will consult with the policy manager on the development of policy advocacy initiatives, and may participate in their implementation.
The LSC/D may be asked to carry out the functions of the country director in his/her absence.
About Asylum Access
How to apply:


Deadline : March 5, 2013

Lecturers in Psychology and Counseling
Jordan University College
Deadline : May 10th, 2013.

Lecturers in Business Administration

Jordan University College
Deadline : May 10th, 2013.

Lecturers in Education
Jordan University College
Deadline : May 10th, 2013.

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