46 Job Vacancies at The Vocational Education and Training Authority (VETA) | Deadline: 13th July, 2018

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2.0 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (VETA) 
The Vocational Education and Training Authority was established by VETA Act Cap.82.R.E.2006 and charged with the functions of regulating, promoting, providing and financing Vocational and Education Training in Tanzania. The vision of VETA is to develop an excellent Vocational Education and Training (VET) system that is capable of supporting national social economic development in the global context. 
The Mission of VETA is to ensure provision of quality VET that meets labour market needs, through effective regulation, coordination, financing and promotion, in collaboration with stakeholders.

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2.1 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - AGRO MECHANICS – 1 POST (RE-ADVERTISED)
2.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from his work station for onward submission to the superior; 
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set objectives; 
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable conducive training process; 
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the required competencies; 
v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log books in order to evaluate their level of competences; 

vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of training as per the economic growth demand; 
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training status; 
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre; 
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do minor repairing to maintain their life span; 
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating progress station records for onward submission to the superior. 

2.1.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE 
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field (Agro Mechanics) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field. 

2.1.3 REMUNERATION 
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale 

2.2 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - SECRETARIAL COURSES – 8 POSTS (RE-ADVERTISED)
 2.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from his work station for onward submission to the superior; 
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set objectives; 
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable conducive training process; 
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the required competencies; 

v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log books in order to evaluate their level of competences; 
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of training as per the economic growth demand; 
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training status; 
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre; 
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do minor repairing to maintain their life span; 
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating progress station records for onward submission to the superior. 

2.2.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE 
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field (Secretarial Studies) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field. 

2.2.3 REMUNERATION 
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale. 

2.3 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - WELDING AND FABRICATION – 1 POSTS (READVERTISED)
2.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from his work station for onward submission to the superior; 
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set objectives; 
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable conducive training process; 
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the required competencies; 
v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log books in order to evaluate their level of competences; 
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of training as per the economic growth demand;
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training status; 
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre; 
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do minor repairing to maintain their life span; 
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and 
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating progress station records for onward submission to the superior. 

2.3.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE 
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field (Welding and Fabrication) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field. 

2.3.3 REMUNERATION 
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale. 

2.4 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - FITTER MECHANICS – 1 POST (RE-ADVERTISED)
2.4.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from his work station for onward submission to the superior; 
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set objectives; 
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable conducive training process; 
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the required competencies; 

v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log books in order to evaluate their level of competences; 
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of training as per the economic growth demand; 
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training status; 

viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre; 
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do minor repairing to maintain their life span; 
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and 
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating progress station records for onward submission to the superior. 

2.4.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE 
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field (Fitter Mechanics) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field. 

2.4.3 REMUNERATION 
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale. 

2.5 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - PAINTING AND SIGN WRITING – 2 POSTS(READVERTISED)
2.5.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from his work station for onward submission to the superior; 
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set objectives; 
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable conducive training process; 
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the required competencies; 

v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log books in order to evaluate their level of competences; 
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of training as per the economic growth demand; 
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training status; 
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre; 
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do minor repairing to maintain their life span; 
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating progress station records for onward submission to the superior. 

2.5.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE 
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field (Painting and Sign Writing) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field. 

2.5.3 REMUNERATION 
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale. 

2.6 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - HANDLOOM AND WEAVING – 1 POST(READVERTISED)
2.6.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from his work station for onward submission to the superior; 
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set objectives; 
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable conducive training process; 
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the required competencies; 

v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log books in order to evaluate their level of competences; 
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of training as per the economic growth demand; 
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training status; 
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre; 

ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do minor repairing to maintain their life span; 
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and 
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating progress station records for onward submission to the superior. 

2.6.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE 
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field (Handloom and Weaving) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field. 

2.6.3 REMUNERATION 
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale. 

2.7 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - PLANT OPERATOR – 1 POST(RE-ADVERTISED)
2.7.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from his work station for onward submission to the superior; 
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set objectives; 
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable conducive training process; 
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the required competencies; 

v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log books in order to evaluate their level of competences; 
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of training as per the economic growth demand; 
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training status; 

viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre; 
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do minor repairing to maintain their life span; x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and 
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating progress station records for onward submission to the superior. 

2.7.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE 
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field (Plant Operator) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field. 

2.7.3 REMUNERATION 
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale. 

2.8 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - PLUMBING AND PIPE FITTING - 2 POSTS(READVERTISED)
2.8.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from his work station for onward submission to the superior; 
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set objectives; 
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable conducive training process; 
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the required competencies; 

v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log books in order to evaluate their level of competences; 
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of training as per the economic growth demand; 
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training status; 

viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre; 
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do minor repairing to maintain their life span; 
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and 
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating progress station records for onward submission to the superior. 

2.8.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE 
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field (Plumbing and Pipe Fitting) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field. 

2.8.3 REMUNERATION 
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale. 

2.9 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - CARPENTRY AND JOINERY – 1 POST(READVERTISED)
2.9.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from his work station for onward submission to the superior; 
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set objectives; 
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable conducive training process; 
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the required competencies; 

v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log books in order to evaluate their level of competences; 
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of training as per the economic growth demand; 
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training status; 
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre; 

ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do minor repairing to maintain their life span; 
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees and xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating progress station records for onward submission to the superior. 2.9.2 

QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE 
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field (Carpentry and Joinery) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field. 

2.9.3 REMUNERATION 
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale. 

2.10 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - MASONRY AND BRICKLAYING – 5 POSTS(READVERTISED)
2.10.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from his work station for onward submission to the superior; 
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set objectives; 
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable conducive training process; 
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the required competencies; 

v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log books in order to evaluate their level of competences; 
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of training as per the economic growth demand; 
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training status; 
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre; 

ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do minor repairing to maintain their life span; x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and 
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating progress station records for onward submission to the superior. 

2.10.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE 
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field (Masonry and Bricklaying) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field. 

2.10.3 REMUNERATION 
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale. 

2.11 DRIVING INSTRUCTOR – 1 POST(RE-ADVERTISED) 
Job Purpose: To effectively and efficiently impart knowledge, skill and attitude in levels I - II of competence through proper interpretation of curricula and planning of training delivery in a view to attain VET objectives. 

2.11.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget have worked at least for 1 years as Vocational Training Auxiliary and demonstrated ability to train others; 
ii. Use of machines by compiling data from his work station for onward submission to the superior; 
iii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set objectives; 
iv. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable conducive training process; 
v. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the required competencies; 

vi. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log books in order to evaluate their level of competences; 
vii. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of training as per the economic growth demand; 
viii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training status; 
ix. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre; 
x. Guide safe use of training tools and equipment’s by performing daily preventive and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do minor repairing to maintain their life span; 
xi. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and xii. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating progress station records for onward submission to the superior. 

2.11.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE 
Must have completed form IV with at least 3 credits or its equivalent; must possess Vocational Certificate or Trade Test Grade I & Vocational Teaching Certificate or FTC in relevant field; must have at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field. 

2.11.3 REMUNERATION 
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale. 

2.12 COOK – 7 POSTS (RE-ADVERTISED)
2.12.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Initiates carrying out of routine cleaning of the kitchen, equipment and utensils by alerting the kitchen attendants in a view to keep hygienic environment; 
ii. Checks the quality and quantity of the food staff availed to him/her by carrying out inspection on its status against menu and number of students in order to safeguard the safety and health of the students; 
iii. Prepares food stuff in a hygienic way before cooking by washing the raw stuff where necessary in order to ensure safety and health precautions; 
iv. Prepares food for students by cooking as per menu, and timetable and distribute to students leaders for consumption; and v. Carries out any other instruction related to his/her job as may be assigned to him by the Kitchen supervisor from time to time aimed at improving the overall performance of the section. 

2.12.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE 
Form Four (“O” level) Certificate PLUS Certificate in Catering/Hotel Management from a recognised Institution with At least 1 (one) year in Catering field. 

2.12.3 REMUNERATION 
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale. 

2.13 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION – 2 POSTS(READVERTISED)
2.13.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from his work station for onward submission to the superior; 
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set objectives; 
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable conducive training process; 
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the required competencies; 

v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log books in order to evaluate their level of competences; 
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of training as per the economic growth demand; 
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training status; 
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre; 

ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do minor repairing to maintain their life span; x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and 
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating progress station records for onward submission to the superior. 

2.13.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE 
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field (Electrical Installation) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field. 

2.13.3 REMUNERATION 
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale. 

2.14 VOCATIONAL TEACHER – ELECTRONICS – 1 POST(RE-ADVERTISED)
2.14.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIE
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from his work station for onward submission to the superior; 
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set objectives; 
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable conducive training process; 
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the required competencies; 

v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log books in order to evaluate their level of competences; 
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of training as per the economic growth demand; 
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training status; 
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre; 

ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do minor repairing to maintain their life span; 
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating progress station records for onward submission to the superior. 

2.14.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE 
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field (Electronics) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field. 

2.14.3 REMUNERATION 
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale. 

2.15 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - TOOL AND DIE MAKING – 1 POST (READVERTISED)
2.15.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from his work station for onward submission to the superior; 
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set objectives; 
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable conducive training process; 
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the required competencies; 

v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log books in order to evaluate their level of competences; 
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of training as per the economic growth demand; 
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training status; 
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre; 

ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do minor repairing to maintain their life span; 
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating progress station records for onward submission to the superior. 

2.15.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE 
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field (Tool and Die Making) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field. 

2.15.3 REMUNERATION 
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale. 

2.16 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - TEXTILE AND FASHION DESIGN – 1 POST (READVERTISED)
2.16.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from his work station for onward submission to the superior; 
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set objectives; 
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable conducive training process; 
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the required competencies; 

v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log books in order to evaluate their level of competences; 
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of training as per the economic growth demand; 
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training status; viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre; 

ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do minor repairing to maintain their life span; 
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating progress station records for onward submission to the superior. 

2.16.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE 
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field (Textile and Fashion Design) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field. 

2.16.3 REMUNERATION 
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale. 

2.17 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - DESIGN SEWING AND CLOTH TECHNOLOGY - 4 POSTS(RE-ADVERTISED)
2.17.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from his work station for onward submission to the superior; 
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set objectives; 
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable conducive training process; 

iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the required competencies; 
v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log books in order to evaluate their level of competences; 
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of training as per the economic growth demand; 
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training status; 

viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre; 
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do minor repairing to maintain their life span; 
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and 
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating progress station records for onward submission to the superior. 

2.17.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE 
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field (Design Sewing and Cloth Technology) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field. 

2.17.3 REMUNERATION 
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale. 

2.18 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - AUTO BODY REPAIR - 2 POSTS(READVERTISED)
2.18.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from his work station for onward submission to the superior; 
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set objectives; 
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable conducive training process; 
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the required competencies; 

v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log books in order to evaluate their level of competences; 
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of training as per the economic growth demand; 
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training status; 
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre; 
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do minor repairing to maintain their life span; 
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating progress station records for onward submission to the superior. 

2.18.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE 
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field (Auto Body Repair) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field. 

2.18.3 REMUNERATION 
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale. 

2.19 VOCATIONAL TEACHER – MOTOR VEHICLE MECHANICS – 4 POSTS(READVERTISED)
2.19.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from his work station for onward submission to the superior; 
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set objectives; 
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable conducive training process; 
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the required competencies; 

v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log books in order to evaluate their level of competences; 
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of training as per the economic growth demand; 
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training status; 
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre; 
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do minor repairing to maintain their life span; 
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and 
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating progress station records for onward submission to the superior. 

2.19.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE 
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field (Motor Vehicle Mechanics) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognised institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field. 

2.19.3 REMUNERATION 
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale.

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NEW TANZANIAN JOBS OPPORUNITIES (1000+ POSTS)

GENERAL CONDITIONS 
i. All applicants must be Citizens of Tanzania of not more than 45 years of age except for those who are in public service; 
ii. Applicants must attach an up-to-date Curriculum Vitae (CV) having reliable contacts; postal address/post code, e-mail and telephone numbers; 
iii. Applicants should apply on the strength of the information given in this advertisement; 
iv. Applicants must attach their certified copies of the following certificates; 

 Postgraduate/Degree/Advanced Diploma/Diploma/Certificates; 
 Postgraduate/Degree/Advanced Diploma/Diploma transcripts; 
 Form IV and Form VI National Examination Certificates; 
 Birth certificate. v. Attaching copies of the following certificates is strictly not accepted 
 Form IV and form VI results slips; 
 Testimonials and all Partial transcripts. 

vi. Applicants employed in the Public Service should route their application letters through their respective employers; 
vii. Applicants who have/were retired from the Public Service for whatever reason should not apply;
viii. Applicants should indicate three reputable referees with their reliable contacts; 
ix. Certificates from foreign examination bodies for Ordinary or Advanced level education should be verified by The National Examination Council of Tanzania (NECTA) and National Council for Technical Education (NACTE); 
x. Certificates from Foreign Universities should be verified by The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU); 
xi. Applicants with special needs/case (disability) are supposed/advised to indicate; 
xii. A signed application letters should be written either in Swahili or English and Addressed to:
Secretary,Presidents Office, 
Public Service Recruitment Secretariat, 
27 BibiTiti Mohammed Road,
P.O. Box 63100, 
Maktaba Complex, 
11102 Dar Es Salaam. 

xiii. Deadline for application is
13th July, 2018 and; 
xiv. Only short listed candidates will be informed on a date for interview; 
xv. Presentation of forged certificates and other information will necessitate to legal action; 

NOTE: All applications must be sent through Recruitment Portal by following the link provided at the end of this advert. address and not otherwise (This address also can be found at PSRS Website, Click ‘Recruitment Portal’)
 

SECRETARY 
PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT