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New Job Vacancy at Global Resource Alliance – Tanzania (GRA – Tanzania), Tree Program Trainer

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Jobs in Tanzania 2021: New Job Vacancies at Global Resource Alliance – Tanzania (GRA – Tanzania), 2021
Tree Program Trainer  
Job Description
Global Resource Alliance – Tanzania
Job Title: Tree Program Trainer
Location:  Butiama, Mara Region
Supervisor:  GRA-Tanzania Tree Program Manager
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Global Resource Alliance, Inc.
Global Resource Alliance, Inc. (GRA) is a non-profit organization headquartered in Ojai, California. It was founded in April 2002 to provide financial and technical support to community organizations in the world’s least developed regions working for social, economic and environmental change. GRA’s local organization, Global Resource Alliance – Tanzania, has partnered with Belgian NGO, WeForest, since 2011 to plant trees with institutions, such as schools and churches, and individuals and farmer groups, who have collectively planted over 1 million trees through their Tree Program throughout the Mara Region of Tanzania. These seedlings are grown in two nurseries, one in Kinesi, established 10 years ago, and one in Butiama, established in 2019. All trees have to date been provided to individuals who come to the nurseries to pick the tree species and number they choose, and for schools, which receive free delivery of seedlings each season. Beneficiaries are given basic training on transplanting and managing tree seedlings, and establishing their own tree nursery. The seedlings are monitored over time to verify tree mortality rates and offer technical support to beneficiaries on how to best manage and benefit from their trees.

Role
A Tree Program Trainer is needed to carry out training to the beneficiaries of the Tree Planting Program. Individuals applying to the position must meet the selection criteria below, and be able to function with minimal technical supervision; they will be directly supervised by the Tree Planting Project Coordinator.
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Responsibilities
Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:
Project Responsibilities
1. Train groups, students at the schools and individual farmers in Butiama, Rorya,Tarime, Bunda and Musoma districts on tree planting and best silviculture practices.
2. Train individual farmers and groups on best agroforestry practices
3. Distribute tree seedlings to customers including schools, churches, government offices, individual farmers and groups and keep proper records of all distributed tree seedlings
4. Organize campaign to educate community on the importance of tree planting and agro forestry
5. Conduct regular monitoring of planted trees and advice responsible persons accordingly
6. Participate in tree survival assessment exercises on regular basis
7. Supervise and coach nursery attendants on daily basis and ensure all nursery interventions are properly done
8. Manage tree planting database at you working station by fill in all required information regarding tree planting
9. Write project analytical report on weekly, monthly, quarterly basis
10. Document project success stories to describe project impact in your area of work
11. Perform any other duties assigned by your supervisor

Required Attributes

● Commitment to GRA and We Forest’s mission and vision
● Excellent personnel management skills
● Focused, disciplined, and determined
● Innovative and collaborative, patient and flexible, particularly in cross-cultural environments
● Good interpersonal skills
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Required Qualifications
●Diploma in forestry, agriculture, horticulture, environmental science, or natural resource Management related field
Work experience: Minimum three years’ in a supervisory role working in rural development for an NGO in Tanzania; experience with small holder farmers is desirable
Skills: Excellent in organizing and multi tasking, coordinating, training, reporting, communication and computer software; experience with GIS is desirable
Language: Fluent in English and Kiswahili(speaking and writing)
Nationality: Tanzanian
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Terms & Conditions
Start date: As soon as possible
Duration: One year, with potential of extend subject to performance and funding (6-month probationary period)
Salary:
Small NGO competitive package
Location: Butiama, Mara Region
Working hours: Full time

Method of Application

Please send your CV and cover letter to trainergra@gmail.com and ykmtaki@gmail.com by 20th October, 2021.
Due to the anticipated number of applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.