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Jobs in Tanzania: Head of Corporate Affairs at Global Infosoft Limited | Deadline: 31 August, 2018Global Infosoft Limited is the company based in Dar es salaam, Tanzania, dealing with Sales, Support and Implementation of Tally.ERP9. The company is invited application from candidate who can handle activities from Pre-sales to Implementation of Solution based on Tally.ERP9
NAFASI ZA KAZI / AJIRA
NAFASI ZA KAZI / AJIRA
NEW TANZANIAN JOBS OPPORUNITIES (900+ POSTS)
Position: HEAD AF CORPORATE AFFAIRS
Contract Duration: 3 years
Professional Qualifications and Experience
1. Graduate in Commerce with at least 3 years of experience in Tally ERP 9 Software.
2. Must have experience of In and out of Tally. ERP9 Data Management and knowledge on Tally synchronization.
3. Good communication skills are added advantage, should have ability to speak and write in English.
Applications along with Resume should be submitted online through [email protected] before 31 August 2018. Shortlisted Candidates will be called for personal interview.
Source: Mwananchi August 20, 2018
AJIRA MPYA KWA WALIMU WA SAYANSI,LUGHA NA MAFUNDI SANIFU MWEZI AGOST 2018
Our History: President's Office Regional Administration and Local Government
Background: The establishment of the Ministry of Regional Administration and Local Government is enshrined in the Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania Articles 8 (1) 145 and 146 of 1977 and many other amendments that followed. In 1982 the Union Parliament passed the District Authorities Act No 7 (Cap 287) and the Urban Authorities Act No 8 (Cap 288). These two Acts gave mandate to the Minister responsible for Local Authorities to establish Local Authorities in Districts, Villages, Urban Areas, Townships and Mitaa.
To download full list of new employed teachers released today Monday 20th August, 2018 in a single PDF File follow the link below:
Your CV is what shows the potential employer that you are great fit for the position and company as opposed to the other candidates.
No matter what job you are applying for there are things that should always be in your CV that will help boost your chances of getting the job.
Here Are 5 Things You Should Always Include In Your CV
1. Your Contact Details
This is a very important part of your CV you cannot send a CV without including ways the employer can contact you in case you get the job. You do not want to miss out on an interview opportunity because you gave the wrong contact details or none at all.
All the contacts you put in your CV should be working so that if the employer want to contact you for an interview they can easily get a hold of you.
The details you need to put in the CV are your Name as they appear on your ID, Telephone Number (preferably 2) and your Email Address.
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2. Personal Statement
According to Rebecca Nyawira, a CV Writing expert at Corporate Staffing Services, a leading HR firm, this is a brief overview of who you are in terms of profession, your experience that is what you have done and what you are looking for.
I am an accounting professional with a Degree in Commerce from ABC University, I have acquired strong leadership from my 1 year and 4 months experience working in the accounting department. I also possess comprehensive knowledge in the latest accounting software which is necessary in making daily operations more effective. Currently, I am seeking for a position in a competitive firm.
3. Your employment history
This is the most important part when it comes to writing a CV. Your work experience should include the job title, name of the organisation, the specific duration you worked there and relevant duties.
When writing your work experience, you need to start with the most recent job. Keep in mind that the jobs you list here need to be relevant to the position you are applying for now.
You can even go further and add your accomplishments in the said positions and the impact it had. You can list about 2-3.
4. Your education and qualifications
Just like your work history, always start with the most recent certificate you got. Your CV should not have your primary school education details as this is not relevant. Remember the employer doesn’t want to know what units you studied in university or what grade you got in each.
Your high school grade doesn’t really matter especially if you have a lot of work experience. However if you have very little experience this might be helpful.
This is not the place to put your certification if you have any extra ones, especially if they are not relevant to the position. You can create a small subsection where you briefly mention them.
5. Other skills, experience and achievements
When you are writing your CV, this is where you can put all your other training and experience that are not so relevant to the job but would make you look good to the employer. For example, if you have a certificate from training you underwent like First Aid, Driving, languages etc.
You can also include things like leadership training if you have undergone any. Just ensure that your CV does not become too long.
A CV is very important to your job search success and as such it should be taken seriously. If you feel that you cannot write a good CV then you should get a professional to help you out. Poorly written CV’s rarely get looked.
School Agent Job Opportunity at Kizumba Secondary School | Deadline: 31st August, 2018Location: Temeke, Toangoma Dar Es Salaam
Kizumba secondary school is looking for a person who will work as an agent to find students of pre-form one,on this August and September 2018.
The agent will be paid on commission basis depending on the number of students bringing at school. Those students will be of boarding and day.
NEW TANZANIAN JOBS OPPORUNITIES (600+ POSTS)
Please use the address below and reach physically
Kizumba secondary school
Dar es salaam
E-mail: [email protected]
Invitation For Tender / Bids From National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) | Deadline: 27thAugust, 2018
NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL OF TANZANIA1. The Government of Tanzania has set aside funds for the operations of the National Examinations
INVITATION FOR BIDS
INVITATION FOR BIDS
Council of Tanzania (NECTA) during the financial year 2018/2019. It is intended that part of the proceeds of the fund will be used to cover eligible payment under the contract for the supply of goods.
2. The National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) now invites sealed Tenders for the for bids mentioned in the PDF file which you can download by follow the at the end of this advert:
NEW TANZANIAN JOBS OPPORUNITIES (700+ POSTS)
3. Tendering will be conducted through the National Competitive Bidding and International
Competitive Bidding procedures specified in the Public Procurement Regulations, 2013 – GN No.
446 as amended in 2016 and is open to all Tenderers as defined in the Regulations.
4. Interested eligible Tenderers may obtain further information from and inspect the Tendering
Documents at the office of the Secretary Tender Board, National Examinations Council of
Tanzania, PMU Offices – Stores Building P.O.Box 2624 Dar es Salaam from 08.30 hrs to
16.30hrs on Mondays to Fridays inclusive except on public holidays.
5. A complete set of Tendering Document(s) in English and additional set may be purchased by
interested Tenderers on the submission of a written application to the address given under
paragraph 5 above and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of Tanzanian Shillings One Hundred
Thousand (Tshs. 100,000.00) Only. Payment should be made to the National Examinations
Council of Tanzania through Account No: 211100238 NMB Bank House; 11103001074 NBC
Corporate Branch and Account No: 01J1013540000 CRDB Kijitonyama Branch.
6. All Tenders must be accompanied by Tender Securing Declaration in an acceptable form.
7. All Tenders in one original plus two copies, properly filled in, and enclosed in plain sealed
envelopesclearly marked Tender No…….must be delivered to the Secretary of Tender Board PMU
Offices, Stores Building of National Examinations Council of Tanzania, New Bagamoyo Road at or before 12:30hrs, Monday 27thAugust, 2018.
8. Tenders will be opened promptly thereafter in public and in the presence of Tenderers’ representatives who choose to attend in the opening at the PMU Hall – Stores Building, National Examinations Council of Tanzania New Bagamoyo Road -DSM.
9. Late Tenders, portion of Tenders, electronic Tenders, Tenders not received, Tenders not opened and not read out in public at the Tender opening ceremony shall not be accepted for evaluation irrespective of the circumstances.
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL OF TANZANIA P.O BOX 2624 DAR ES SALAAM TEL: +255-22-2700493-6, FAX +255-22-2775966
14 Divers Job Opportunities at Mbeya City Council | Deadline: 31st August, 2018
NAFASI ZA KZI /AJIRA ZA UDEREVA MBEYAMbeya Region is one of Tanzania’s 31 administrative regions. It is located in the country’s southwest. The regional capital is the city of Mbeya. According to the 2012 national census, the region had a population of 2,707,410, which was lower than the pre-census projection of 2,822,396 For 2002-2012, the region’s 2.7 percent average annual population growth rate was tied for the tenth highest in the country It was also tied for the eighteenth most densely populated region with 45 people per square kilometre.
In 2016, the town of Tunduma and the districts of Ileje, Mbozi, Momba and Songwe (created from the western part of Chunya District were split from Mbeya Region to create Songwe Region.Mbeya Region is now bordered to the northwest by Tabora Region, to the northeast by Singida Region, to the east by Iringa Region, to the south by Songwe Region and Malawi, and to the west by Songwe Region Prior to the creation of Songwe Region, Mbeya Region covered an area of 62,420 square kilometres (24,100 sq mi). It now covers an area of 35,954 square kilometres (13,882 sq mi).
Currently The commissioner for Mbeya Region is ALBERT CHALAMILA
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