Job: Women's Protection and Empowerment Coordinator - Tanzania

Organization: International Rescue Committee

Country: United Republic of Tanzania

Closing date: 09 Sep 2017


The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is one of the largest humanitarian agencies in the world, providing relief, rehabilitation and post-conflict reconstruction support to victims of oppression and violent conflict. IRC has worked for over seven decades and today is involved in over 25 conflict zones in the world. We address both the immediate, life saving needs of conflict affected people in an emergency and the reconstruction needs in post conflict societies. IRC is committed to a culture of bold leadership, innovation in all aspects of our work, creative partnerships and thorough accountability to those we serve. The IRC is an international agency with offices in London, New York, and Geneva.


For over half a century, Tanzania has been a country of asylum, hosting one of the largest refugee populations in Africa. Currently, the country hosts approximately 311,000 Burundian and Congolese refugees, many of whom arrived over the last 2 years as the crisis in Burundi increased. To date, refugees continue to arrive in the region expressing multiple reasons and needs.

Within this context, IRC provides protection and basic assistance in the areas of child and youth protection and development, community-based rehabilitation for persons with disabilities and special needs, gender-based violence / women's protection and empowerment, livelihoods, mental health services and primary health care, both at border posts for the Burundian new arrivals and in refugee camps in the Kigoma region.


This position will be responsible for the overall implementation of the Women's Protection and Empowerment strategy and program in the camps of Nyaragusu, Nduta and Mtendeli, including monitoring and ensuring program quality in line with GBV guiding principles and best practices. The role will lead on all WPE representation and advocacy, act as the main liaison with UNHCR's GBV technical lead, other IRC technical coordinators and senior management, as well as leading all WPE proposal development and reporting. The coordinator will ensure internal and external collaboration including acting as Co-lead to the GBV Working Group across the camps.

The Coordinator will lead implementation of the program grants in 3 camps and ensure that the objectives of the program are met in a timely manner and are being monitored and evaluated effectively; ensure that GBV staff receive appropriate mentorship and capacity building and that a positive team spirit is fostered encouraging innovative and quality programming. The Coordinator will directly manage and provide technical support to two WPE Senior Managers and a WPE Manager.

The WPE Coordinator will be based in Kibondo with frequent travel to Kasulu and the refugee camps. The position reports to the Deputy Director of Programs based in Dar Es Salaam. Technical support is provided by the Women's Protection and Empowerment (WPE) Technical Advisor. S/he will also work closely with the Grants Coordinator on program funding and donor compliance.

Major Responsibilities:
  • Strategic Planning and Program Design
  • Contribute to the implementation of the IRC Tanzania Country Strategic Action Plan (SAP) outcome areas, in particular prioritized outcomes related to Health and Safety
  • Maintain and strengthen strategic partnerships with UN, INGOs, NGOs and community leadership to deliver WPE program quality in the specified locations.
  • In collaboration with the M&E Coordinator contribute to research, collect, and analyze data to inform program design and proposal development, including needs assessments and program evaluation
  • Collaborate with the DDP and Sector team leads to ensure GBV program coordination with other IRC program sectors and ensure mainstreaming of women and girls' protection and empowerment.
  • Lead development of competitive project ideas and proposals (including budgets), which are in accordance with the Tanzania country program strategy, the IRC OEF vision and WPE program approaches, while responding to needs identified on the ground
Program Implementation and Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Monitor the timely implementation, financial management and reporting of the GBV program, in compliance with donor requirements.
  • Ensure timely submission of all program reports, quality of program data and proper archival of program information;
  • Conduct regular meetings with project staff and community members to assess progress toward objectives, discuss issues and assist in finding solutions to challenges identified.
  • Collaborate with Supply Chain Coordinator and other operations Coordinators to ensure that the WPE program is properly supported and that all activities are conducted according to IRC HR, Logistics, Finance and other policies and procedures;
  • Maintain updated budget and indicator tracking tools to monitor progress in implementation
  • Ensure the GBVIMS data base is routinely and accurately updated at the field site and generate data and trend reports needed to inform partners in the GBV working groups and donor reports as specified in the Information Sharing protocol.
Human Resource Management and Development
  • Recruit and lead WPE program staff, encouraging a positive and committed team spirit, which fosters participation and innovation from all staff;
  • Provide direct supervision to two WPE Senior Managers and one WPE Manager
  • Ensure the timely application of organizational procedures (including inductions, relevance of job descriptions, objective-setting and performance evaluations);
  • Implement capacity building plans for individual staff and teams, including delivery of trainings and on the job coaching and mentoring
Communication, Coordination, Representation and Advocacy
  • Act as the main focal point for interactions with donors and partners, including the UNHCR Protection Team
  • Ensure that all WPE program data, including clients' data, is shared in strict accordance with the existing Information Sharing Protocol and international ethical standards and information sharing principles
  • Work collaboratively with other IRC teams to ensure safety of women and girls is prioritized across all IRC's activities
  • Represent IRC in all relevant coordination meetings to advocate for the interest of women and girls
  • Strengthen and maintain effective working relationships with all relevant stakeholders including community members, NGOs, government authorities and UN agencies.
Required Qualifications, Experience & Competencies:
  • Master's degree preferred (Social Work, International Relations, Gender & Conflict or other relevant field);
  • 7 years of program management experience, including at least 3 years implementing Women's Protection and Empowerment or GBV prevention and response programs oversees on emergency and/or post-conflict environment;
  • In-depth understanding of the root causes of GBV, related international standards, and GBV prevention and response strategies.
  • Strong people management skills: the ability to effectively lead and supervise staff;
  • Very strong interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Fluency in English; ability to communicate in Swahili, French or Kirundi a plus;
  • Solid organizational skills: the ability to be flexible and work well under pressure in a fast-paced and detail-oriented team environment;
  • Experience working in difficult locations; ability to be resourceful and flexible in a limited resource environment.
  • Good computer skills: excellent knowledge of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and email/internet software.

Lodging in Kibondo is in a shared IRC guesthouse, together with other IRC staff. All IRC sites have electricity and internet.

The IRC and IRC workers must adhere to the values and principles outlined in IRC Way - Standards for Professional Conduct. These are Integrity, Service, and Accountability. In accordance with these values, the IRC operates and enforces policies on Beneficiary Protection from Exploitation and Abuse, Child Safeguarding, Anti Workplace Harassment, Fiscal Integrity, and Anti-Retaliation.

How to apply:

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Job: Program Officer, Child Survival and Women's Health and Nutrition - Tanzania (1 year contract)

Organization: Nutrition International

Country: United Republic of Tanzania

Closing date: 29 Aug 2017

At Nutrition International, we believe nutrition is the difference between what could be and what never gets the chance. So, every day, we drive for better, faster ways to deliver the nutrition interventions we know work to those who need them most. If you are interested in being part of a team that is improving the lives of millions around the world, please submit your application for the position of Program Officer, Child Survival and Women's Health and Nutrition .The position is based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Overall Purpose.

In line with Nutrition International’s strategic objectives in Africa, and, in partnership with key stakeholders in Tanzania, the Program Officer will be responsible for providing appropriate technical and other assistance to the Government of Tanzania and/or other stakeholders to help them provide, on a sustainable basis, improved child, adolescent and women’s health and nutrition services, particularly those at most risk, within which appropriate micronutrient interventions are integrated and achieve sustained high coverage and utilization.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

Project Development:

With the support and guidance of relevant members of the NI technical team and the Country Director:
  • Ensure a regularly updated landscape analysis is available on the Iodized salt and Vitamin A supplementation programs in Tanzania.
  • Develop and plan projects in Tanzania in collaboration with key stakeholders and partners that respond to programming gaps in the situation analyses and that aim to ensure appropriate intake of micronutrients by targeted groups.
  • Ensure regular coordination for salt iodization and VAS programming with key partners to ensure NI funding for these interventions are being used cost-effectively.
  • Develop project budgets and agree on financial commitments with Country Director Tanzania and ensure appropriate inputs are made and updated in NI Contracts Database.
  • Be alert to opportunities for NI engagement in child and women’s health and nutrition.
Project Implementation and Management
  • Assist the Country Director with the management of NI-funded fortification and VAS programs in Tanzania and any other fortification programs that may arise.
  • Review and analyze financial and technical progress reports, produce relevant project documents as per NI procedures and guidelines.
  • Troubleshoot and recommend corrective action drawing on internal NI expertise in the Tanzania and Regional Offices and beyond as necessary.
  • Ensure the Contracts Database is regularly updated, in line with NI contract management procedures.
  • Ensure regular coordination meetings with key stakeholders to ensure NI funding for programs is being used cost-effectively and programs NI supported program activities are on track during implementation.
Project Review
  • Facilitate review of programs by RO and HQ teams for lessons learned and document and share appropriately.
Program Research and Evaluation
  • Participate in the design of research and evaluation activities and work closely with researchers and external evaluators to ensure research and evaluations exercises are feasible, responds to NI, stakeholders and government needs and is disseminated in timely fashion.
  • Support the dissemination of research and program evaluation findings in Tanzania and elsewhere with the view to inform available new information and improved practices.
External Relations
  • Build and maintain good collaborative relations with Ministry of Health, other government agencies, UN agencies, and NGOs, as appropriate to promote information sharing and effective coordination of effort to improve and sustain effective and efficient adolescent and women health and nutrition program
  • Participate in national and regional fora relevant to fortification and VAS interventions.
  • Keep up to date with developments in child survival and women's health and nutrition programming.
  • Document and share with the ER team field stories and lessons learned from projects.
Education/Professional Designations/Experience:
  • At a minimum, a Master’s degree from a recognized university in Public Health, Reproductive Health, Community Health or Nutrition.
  • Training in epidemiology, research methodologies desirable.
  • Post graduate certificate in project management will be added advantage
  • At least 3 years’ experience working in child health, reproductive health and public health, nutrition, food sciences and/or related field in Tanzania or elsewhere.
  • Experience in program/project implementation/supervision, monitoring and evaluation.
  • Experience with micronutrient supplementation programs for children desirable.
Travel Requirements
  • Based in Dar es Salam; around 25-30% of time will be spent travelling in Tanzania with occasional travel outside Tanzania.
How to apply:

Please forward your resume and cover letter to A**[email protected]** quoting Job# 2017-TAN-02 in the subject line. Competition closes August 29, 2017.

Job: WASH Project Manager - Tanzania

Organization: Norwegian Refugee Council

Country: United Republic of Tanzania

Closing date: 27 Aug 2017

WASH Project Manager - Tanzania 

Norwegian Refugee Council

The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) is a non-governmental, humanitarian organization with 60 years of experience in helping to create a safer and more dignified life for refugees and internally displaced people. NRC advocates for the rights of displaced populations and offers assistance within the shelter, education, emergency food security, legal assistance, and water,sanitation and hygiene sectors.

The Norwegian Refugee Council has approximately 5000 committed and competent employees involved in projects across four continents. In addition, NRC runs one of the world’s largest standby rosters -NORCAP, with 650 professionals, ready to be deployed on 72 hours notice when a crisis occurs

Political instability in Burundi and the Democratic Republic of the Congo has caused a large number of refugees to seek sanctuary in Tanzania. As of March 2017, Tanzania is hosting almost 235,000 Burundian refugees, with a daily arrival of more than 300 persons. To respond to this situation, NRC opened an operational office in Kibondo, North Western Tanzania, in November 2016. It now operates in three camps hosting Burundian asylum seekers and refugees in Mtendeli and Nduta camps and Burundian and Congolese asylum seekers and refugees in Nyarugusu Camp
NRC became Implementing Partner with UNHCR from 1st May 2017 for Camp Management in Nyarugusu and the Camp Management Project Manager (CM PM) is required to establish and implement the Camp Management portfolio in Nyarugusu refugee camp. The CM PM will have overall responsibility for the implementation and reporting for NRC’s camp management activities in Nyarugusu, Tanzania.

All NRC employees are expected to work in accordance with the organisation’s core values: dedication, innovation, inclusivity and accountability. These guide NRC’s actions and relationships. The post-holder will observe NRC’s code of conduct and working hours for NRC Tanzania.
The purpose of the wash Project Manager position is to implement delegated wash project portfolio.

Job descriptionGeneric Responsibilities
  • Line management for project staff
  • Adherence to NRC policies, guidance and procedures
  • Contribute to the development of Country, Area and wash strategies, initiate and participate in the development of relevant wash projects
  • Coordinate and manage wash project implementation (activities, budget and project documentation) in line with proposals, strategies and donor requirements
  • Implement technical direction and ensure high technical quality of projects
  • Provide regular progress reports to the Wash/Shelter PDM and Area manager
  • Ensure that projects target beneficiaries most in need of protection, explore and asses new and better ways to assist
  • Develop and manage project budget and coordinate across other projects
  • Ensure capacity building of project staff and transfer key skills
  • Liaise and collaborate with relevant local authorities and other key stakeholders
  • Promote the rights of refugees in line with the advocacy strategy
Specific responsibilities
  • Ensure that assessment, programme design and implementation considers needs and vulnerabilities within the community.
  • On the basis of these assessments to design and construct appropriate responses (both programmatic and advocacy) to meet people's basic WASH needs including water reticulation system, excreta disposal, solid waste management, drainage, vector control, and hygiene.
  • Ensure that WASH programme design is informed by and integrated with NRC’s other priority sectors of camp management, education and Shelter.
  • To ensure that sustainable systems are set in place for longer term operation and maintenance of all water and sanitation infrastructure, including the provision of all necessary training.
  • Prepare and oversee the implementation process to ensure timely delivery of programme activities (for example, monitoring against log frames, individual performance management work plans).
  • To ensure that the minimum standards of humanitarian relief are maintained in accordance with the UNHCR and SPHERE standard
  • Identify learning and training opportunities for NRC staff and partners and work as a mentor and role model for less experienced staff. Look for opportunities for experiential learning
  • Minimum 3 years of experience from a senior level project implementation position in a humanitarian/recovery context
  • Experience from working in complex and volatile contexts
  • Technical Wash expertise
  • Documented results related to the position’s responsibilities
  • Knowledge about own leadership skills/profile
  • Fluency in English, both written and verbal
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Education field
  • Civil engineering / construction
  • Education level
  • College / University, Bachelor's degree
Personal qualities
  • Managing resources to optimise results.
  • Managing performance and development.
  • Empowering and building trust.
  • Handling insecure environments.
  • Strategic thinking.
  • Initiating action and change.
We offerDuty station: Kigoma region, Kasulu district. , Tanzania

Commencement: 1st November, 2017

Contract duration:1 year contract with possibility of extension subject to funding availability
Salary/benefits: According to NRC’s general directions in Tanzania. The candidate will observe NRC’s code of conduct and working hours for NRC Tanzania.

Deadline for application:27/08/2017

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Job: ESOL Teacher / Teacher Trainer - Tanzanian Children’s Fund

Organization: Tanzanian Children’s Fund
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 15 Sep 2017

The Tanzanian Children’s Fund is seeking a native English speaker with ESOL experience to work for the Rift Valley Children’s Village in rural Tanzania.

Founded by India Howell in 2004, RVCV operates in partnership with the Tanzanian Children’s Fund (TCF) and is a loving and permanent home to 97 children. RVCV is located in a remote and impoverished village in Karatu District, adjacent to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

The goal of this position is to build teachers’ capacity to teach English in order to bring about greater learning outcomes for students, positioning them for future educational and professional success.

The specifics of this job include but are not limited to:

Primary Responsibilities:
  • Management of the ESL program at Gyetighi Primary School;
  • Planning, preparing and delivering lessons for both teachers and students to a wide range of classes and age groups;
  • Assisting the Education Director in leading professional development seminars;
  • Organizing and facilitating teacher training sessions;
  • Proofreading and proctoring tests, examination papers, and exercises;
  • Observing teachers’ lessons and providing feedback;
  • Devising, writing and producing new ESL materials;
  • Supporting English language instruction at Oldeani Secondary School;
  • Leading and creating lesson plans for extra-curricular school activities;
  • Advising teachers on best teaching practices, strategies to promote student-centered learning, and how to deliver engaging lesson plans;
  • Leading computer training classes in Microsoft Word and Excel for selected primary school teachers;
  • Providing one-on-one academic and career counseling to secondary school graduates at RVCV;
  • Planning and leading an 8-week intensive English course to prepare primary school students for the transition to secondary school;
  • Advising RVCV volunteers on appropriate educational resources and activities for various age groups.
Our ideal candidate is someone who:
  • Is a native English speaker.
  • Can commit to one year of living and working in a remote area.
  • Takes initiative in a professional environment with minimal supervision, and is able to design and deliver original lessons with limited resources.
  • Has earned a Bachelor's Degree and a teaching certification for TEFL.
  • Has a minimum of 2 years teaching experience.
  • Has worked/studied/lived overseas or taught in cross-cultural contexts.
  • Has experience in creating needs-based curricula and syllabi.
  • Possesses a strong work ethic.
  • Enjoys engaging with children, faculty and volunteers in both a formal and informal capacity.
  • Approaches challenges with a positive outlook.
  • Possesses a strong sense of cultural competency, intuition, and empathy.
  • Has some knowledge of Swahili or East African culture/history.
Why work with Tanzanian Children’s Fund?
  • Be part of a small grassroots non-profit that is having a huge impact in the lives of children and in the wider community, through holistically addressing the root causes of poverty.
  • Live in one of the most beautiful, peaceful areas in East Africa with ample chances to see wildlife and forge authentic connections with students, teachers and local villagers.
  • Be confident that you’ll be working for an organization that has strong accountability structures, and incredibly well regarded both in the region and on a global stage.
  • Have autonomy in your role, collecting experiences, honing your professional skills, and preparing you for your next endeavor in international development.
  • Enjoy being part of a dynamic, closely knit team of professionals who approach challenges with humor, and find creative solutions to problems.
  • Eat really delicious banana bread, watch the sun going down overlooking the Ngorongoro crater, and have the opportunity to meet a wide range of visitors and volunteers from around the world.
  • $650 monthly stipend ($7,800 a year)
  • $2,000 airfare allowance/year
  • Room and Board including private apartment, all meals, internet, local phone, and housekeeping support; transport to town as needed.
  • Health insurance for term of service
  • One month annual leave per year of commitment
Start date: December 1, 2017 (School year in Tanzania: Jan-Dec), one year commitment required

How to apply:

Submit cover letter and resume to: [email protected]

Job: Education Director - Tanzanian Children’s Fund

Organization: Tanzanian Children’s Fund
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 15 Sep 2017

The Tanzanian Children's Fund is seeking an Education Director to live at the Rift Valley Children's Village (RVCV) in Oldeani and act as the liaison and primary contact for RVCV with Gyetighi Primary and Oldeani Secondary Schools. In this role, the Education Director is the point person for all issues surrounding the management contract between both schools and RVCV.

Founded by India Howell in 2004, RVCV operates in partnership with the Tanzanian Children's Fund, and is home to 97 marginalized children. RVCV is located in a remote impoverished village in Karatu District of Tanzania and is adjacent to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

The goal of this management contract is to make Gyetighi Primary School the top school in the region and/or country, and to continue the process of also moving Oldeani Secondary School towards a similar level of excellence. To do this we must raise the standards of education, ensure that all students (no matter how poor) have the opportunity for a first-rate primary and secondary education, and improve the school overall environment in order to attract the best teachers.

The Education Director will work in concert with the Tanzanian teaching staff to establish a rapport with the faculty and identify the greatest needs at both schools. Understanding that both Gyetighi and Oldeani are impoverished, rural, government schools, the Education Director will work in partnership with the Head Teacher to manage and oversee day to day operations, including—but not limited to—coordination, facilitation and creation of teacher trainings and administrative schedules in order to help address these issues and concerns.

The Education Director’s time at will be divided between the two schools, however, the majority of time will be spent overseeing Oldeani Secondary School.

The specifics of this job include but are not limited to:

Primary Responsibilities:
  • Attend senior staff meetings at RVCV as schedule allows
  • Act as the liaison and main contact with Gyetighi and Oldeani
  • Work daily at Gyetighi Primary School and Oldeani School in partnership with the head teachers and will report to the Executive Director and Managing Director of the Rift Valley Children's Village as needed
  • Establish a rapport with all the faculty at Gyetighi and Oldeani to identify the challenges facing the schools
  • Serve as a mentor to the faculty by modeling instruction and using a classroom observation system to provide constructive feedback about teacher instruction, classroom management, assessment, etc.
  • Lead, supervise and support the RVCV ESL teacher, and School Managers.
  • Coordinate teacher trainings to address the needs of the students and faculty. When able, include the faculties of Oldeani and Meali Primary Schools in these trainings.
  • Identify areas of the curriculum that can be supplemented to the betterment of the students
  • Evaluate current instruction methods and work in concert with the Head Teacher to introduce strategies that include teaching to multiple learning styles, incorporate creativity into daily lesson plans, encourage independent thought from the students, etc.
  • Create a system to best utilize the limited resources, i.e., textbooks, etc., as well as identifying resources that can be purchased to improve overall quality of education.
  • Along with the Head Teacher, monitor staff work performance and handle staff management issues.
  • Along with the Head Teacher, evaluate applications and conduct interviews to hire new teachers.
  • Along with the Head Teacher, plan and implement teacher appreciation events, end-of-semester closing ceremonies, graduation, Parent's Day, etc.
  • Conduct interviews and selection process for Student Teachers
  • Support the Sponsorship and Communications Coordinator, US Managing Director and Development and Communications Director with education related social media posts, as well as reporting and grant writing.
  • Act as supervisor of Student Teachers in all work related to Gyetighi.
  • Oversee RVCV programs at the school including:
  • Student Teacher Program
  • RVCV sponsored teacher performance
  • RVCV Sponsored Athletic Program
  • RVCV Sponsored Girls' Club
  • Monthly Teacher bonuses
Secondary Responsibilities:
  • Serve as a point of contact and resource for classes and clubs taking place at RVCV
  • Oversee study hall at RVCV
  • Review semester and yearlong school performance of RVCV children who attend Gyetighi and identify areas of weakness and foci for tutoring during evenings and school vacations.
  • Oversee requests for purchases of teaching materials to be used at Oldeani, Gyetighi and RVCV, including the school store
  • Serve as a member of Gyetighi Primary School's school committee and Oldeani Secondary School board
Our ideal candidate is someone who:
  • Is passionate about coaching and mentoring teachers in student-centered pedagogies.
  • Can commit to living and working in a very rural environment for two years.
  • Has experience in educational leadership or curriculum development.
  • Has a Bachelor’s Degree, preferably a teaching qualification and experience teaching in a bi-lingual setting.
  • Has overseas experience, or experience working in cross-cultural contexts.
  • Loves collaboration and has strong team-building skills and interpersonal skills.
  • Can engage with a diverse range of people, both in a formal and informal capacity.
  • Enjoys autonomy, is self-motivated, and who takes a positive and creative approach to problem solving.
  • Is bold, thick-skinned, and can thrive in a challenging work environment.
  • Has a knowledge of Swahili or an interest in learning it.
  • Has a facility with using Word, Excel, and Google tools.
Why work with Tanzanian Children’s Fund?
  • Be part of a small grassroots non-profit that is having a huge impact in the lives of children and in the wider community, through holistically addressing the root causes of poverty.
  • Live in one of the most beautiful, peaceful areas in East Africa with ample chances to see wildlife and forge authentic connections with students, teachers and local villagers.
  • Be confident that you’ll be working for an organization that has strong accountability structures, and incredibly well regarded both in the region and on a global stage.
  • Have autonomy in your role, collecting experiences, honing your professional skills, and preparing you for your next endeavor in international development.
  • Enjoy being part of a dynamic, closely knit team of professionals who approach challenges with humor, and find creative solutions to problems.
  • Eat really delicious banana bread, watch the sun going down overlooking the Ngorongoro crater, and have the opportunity to meet a wide range of visitors and volunteers from around the world.
  • $1,000 monthly stipend
  • $2,000 USD travel allowance for each year of employment
  • Health insurance for term of service
  • Private apartment, all meals, internet, local phone, and housekeeping support included
  • One month annual leave per year of commitment (to be taken during the June or December school breaks)
  • Free to travel during school vacations – April, June, September, December
Start date: Between the end of December 2017 and the beginning of January 2018** (School year in Tanzania: Jan-Dec), two year commitment required

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How to apply:

Submit cover letter and resume to: [email protected]

Various job opportunities at SUA

Applications are invited from suitably qualified Tanzanians to fill various vacant positions at the Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA).

Hand written application letter, accompanied by a CV or Resume, Birth, Academic and Professional Certificates; and names of at least two referees be addressed to the DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE), P.O.BOX  3000, CHUO KIKUU, MOROGORO.

Please click here to open a PDF for more information.

Deadline: September 1st, 2017.