Thursday, March 14, 2019

2 Job Opportunities at Shugulika Recruitment

2 Job Opportunities at Shugulika Recruitment
2 Job Opportunities at Shugulika Recruitment
1. FINANCE MANAGER

  • A client is looking to hire a Finance Manager who will be responsible for the budget planning, and supports the executive management team.
  • Will provide useful financial insights to help make better decisions about formulating and executing strategy, and provide guidance and analysis to executive and operational management to improve results.
  • Have to manage, oversee, process (as appropriate), and act as backup for processing all transactions such as payroll, accounts payable, revenue and expense, fixed assets, cash, bank reconciliations, and allocations.
  • A qualified candidate should have a bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance. CPA is preferred but not required.
  • Minimum of 5 years of finance and accounting experience, including finance, accounting, audit, and analysis (including gathering, evaluating, presenting, and reporting financial information to management and external stakeholders).
  • Solid experience in coordinating audit activities and managing reporting, budget development and analysis, accounts payable and receivable, general ledger, payroll, and accounting for investments.
  • Proactive, hands-on manager who will own, in partnership with the Finance Director, responsibility for the Finance Department.


2. HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER

  • Demonstrates a working knowledge of the business and takes a consultative approach with clients in anticipating, assessing, and providing creative HR solutions to business priorities.
  • Provides day to day performance management guidance to line management (coaching, counseling, career development, disciplinary actions). nafasi za kazi
  • Drives key talent processes with clients including performance calibrations, talent review, succession planning, leadership development and talent management.
  • Utilizes reports and talent dashboards that measure talent efforts and provide predictive analytics for future changes or decisions.
  • Works closely with CEO, Managers and employees to improve work relationships, build morale, increase productivity and retention and ensure Human Resources policy and legal compliance within his/her assigned company.  nafasi za ajira mpya 2019
  • A qualified candidate should have a Degree or Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resources Management or Law.
  • Minimum of 4 years of overall work experience, preferably in human resources and 2 years’ experience directly supporting Staffs in an HRBP or generalist capacity in a managerial level role.
  • Knowledge of the Local Labour Law is a must. 


How to Apply
Qualified candidates send CVs to luisia@shugulika.com before 18th March 2019.

Legal Officer Job at International Rescue Committee (IRC) - Tanzania

Legal Officer Job at International Rescue Committee (IRC) - Tanzania
Legal Officer Job at International Rescue Committee (IRC)
Job Title: Legal Officer

Requisition ID: req4187
Sector: Women Protection & Empowerment
Employment Category: Fixed Term
Employment Type: Full-Time
Location: Kibondo, Tanzania
Job Description
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) coordinates the provision of services across a broad spectrum of sectors in Kigoma Region, Tanzania. This position is responsible for providing legal counseling and support to survivors of gender-based violence in the Burundian camp, as well as host communities if required. This position reports to the GBV Response Manger and works in close collaboration with the psychosocial and outreach officers, all based in the camp.

Program Responsibilities 
Direct program activity

  • GBV survivors must be provided services with supportive environment in which there are respected and treated with dignity, following survivor-centered approach that survivor are engaged, and their best interest, rights, needs and wishes of the survivors are respected, as outlined in the IRC’s WPE Case Management Guidelines.
  • Adhere to GBV guiding principles: ensure the safety of the survivor and their children at all times, respect the confidentiality of the information provided by GBV survivors, if using interpreters, interpreters must be trained on respecting confidentiality, and conduct interviews in private settings. Maintain a non-judgmental manner and respect the survivor decision.
  • Provide legal counselling for GBV survivor regarding potential avenues of legal response; Respect the right to be informed on the details of the legal procedures, including available options, time frame and the consequences.
  •  Provide and facilitate legal access to all GBV Survivors who opt for legal action include accompany and escort GBV Survivors to Police station and Court whenever requested i.e. by ensuring GBV Survivors and witness summoned to court attend court sessions; Respect the right to legal aid, including the right to refuse legal aid at any time prior or -depending on the type of the crime committed- during legal process.
  •  Coordinate with the Prosecutor, pre court legal counseling and preparation support to GBV Survivors, witnesses and medical experts before court sessions i.e. District Courts, Primary Courts.
  •  Continually update the GBV Psychosocial Officer about the survivors’ case and link the survivor with the case worker for ongoing psychosocial support or referral to additional services.
  • Monitor GBV survivors overall security risk as a result of pursuing legal action; ensure the survivor is protected against any risks of further offence that the alleged offender may cause and link the survivor with the Psychosocial Officer / GBV Case Workers to provide adequate response/referral to ensure needs and security concerns of the survivors are met.
  • In collaboration of GBV Response Manager and Psychosocial Support Supervisor monitoring the situation of the survivor even after the finalization of legal proceedings to prevent retaliation or secondary victimization at the hands of the perpetrator, the perpetrator’s family or friends, as well as to address stigmatization by the community.
  • Conduct different trainings to different groups in the camp on Tanzanian and international law, as it relates to women and girls protection from GBV to the Police, Sungusungu, women’s representatives, Zone Leaders, religious leaders, other community representatives, service providers and implementing partners.
  • Conduct GBV related-legal information dissemination (legal aid clinics) or other targeted legal activity in different zones in the camp to increase awareness in preventing and responding to GBV incidents. 


Data collection and reporting

  •  Monitor all cases sent to court by using a tracking system as well as follow-up
  •  Contributing for developing, drafting and update legal guidelines, and training materials on GBV related to Tanzanian law and/or international law.
  • Ensure proper and safe legal documentation, case information, data security and storage. Utilization of GBVIMS consent form, legal intake form, action plan. All forms must use accurately and appropriately, strictly follow data protection protocol and confidentiality; maintain confidentiality with regards to client information at all times.
  • Track indicators and analyze data on all legal counseling, legal access, including those where legal action is not pursued or has been pursued but subsequently failed.
  •  Prepare and submit timely and quality monthly and donor reports as per the donor requirements, including assist in proposal input on access to justice gaps, and needs.


Coordination

  •  Following up on cases with law enforcement bodies to ensure that the rights of the survivor are promoted and protected throughout the legal process
  • Advocate with court official where there are gaps in dispensing the justice system.
  • Link and coordinate with other services providers ensure integrated approaches to access to justices e.g. WLAC, TRCS, MSF, Judiciary etc.
  •  Participate in coordination meeting with Legal actors so as to smoothen the process of access to legal justices to GBV Survivors; including conduct weekly meetings with Gender and Child Desk Police, SGBV WG, CP WG to build capacities on survivor centers while handling cases.



Program management

  • Direct responsible for all legal budget in collaboration with WPE/GBV response Manager; develop and maintain work plans, spending and procurement plans, tracking expenditures and ensure all legal activities are allowable and allocable according to IRC and donor compliance and regulations; review monthly BvA and bring any over/under expenditure, miss-charge or double charging issues etc to the attention of the WPE/GBV Response Manager in a timely manner and jointly develop corrective plans and prepare legal activity cash projection submit to GBV Response Manager.
  • Supervise and capacitate paralegal refugee staffs including GBV and Tanzania Law through training, daily mentor, weekly meeting, including manage refugee staff planning and budgeting. 


General Responsibilities

  • Attend and participate in trainings identified organized by your supervisor.
  • Follow any new procedures and guidelines designated in circulars from Country Director.
  • Support the IRC Tanzania Country SAP implementation in Kibondo field office, coordinate with other IRC actors particularly Health, Education, MHPSS and Operational Department to achieve the IRC strategy outcome with support of WPE Sr. Manager and WPE Coordinator.
  • Report any violations of the IRC Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Code of Conduct (Tanzania and worldwide) as per the IRC Tanzania reporting mechanism. The reporting of violations is an obligation on the part of all staff members.Assist where necessary in undertaking activities that aim to prevent the occurrence of sexual abuse and exploitation of refugees by IRC and other humanitarian workers.
  •  Represent IRC at interagency meetings as assigned.
  •  Assist in control and proper usage of stationery and other items relating to work.
  •  Perform other duties as may be assigned by your supervisor. 


Qualifications

  • Law degree with at least 3 year’s relevant work experience, particularly in women’s rights.Experience working on gender based violence issues desirable.
  • Experience working with camp-based populations/ rural communities desirable.
  • Commitment to working confidentially, responsibly and with respect for legal ethics.
  • Ability to work independently with a high degree of initiative required.
  • Good IT skills: knowledge of MS Word; Excel and Outlook required.
  • Swahili and good English written and oral skills required. French and Kirundi a plus
  • Ability to work as part of a team that shares the common goal of helping stop GBV. 




Project Officer at Sense International Tanzania - Dar es Salaam

Project Officer at Sense International Tanzania - Dar es Salaam
Project Officer at Sense International Tanzania - Dar es Salaam
RECRUITMENT OF A PROJECT OFFICER FOR SENSE INTERNATIONAL TANZANIA
Sense International (SI) is a disability specialist charity, partnering with local organisations in Bangladesh, India, Kenya, Nepal, Peru, Romania, Tanzania and Uganda. We are one of the world’s leading international organisations working for people with deafblindness/multi-sensory impairments (MSI) and their families. Our vision is of a world in which all people with deafblindness can be equal and active members of society.
Sense International Tanzania (SI Tanzania) is a nationally registered NGO, delivering a range of education and health projects supporting people with deafblindness/MSI.

Job Title: Project Officer - Tanzania
Reports to: Programme Manager
Location: Dar es Salaam, with regular in-coungntry travel

Job Purpose:
To coordinate the successful delivery of SI Tanzania’s Improved Livelihoods for People with Deafblindness in Tanzania project. The overall impact of the project is that young people with deafblindness and their family members have improved livelihoods and are actively leading on issues that affect them within their communities. This includes collaborating with like-minded organisations, relevant stakeholders to ensure provision of comprehensive and effective services to people with Deafblindness/MSI. The position is supported by a three-year project-specific grant from the National Lottery Community Fund (NLCF).

Overall Responsibilities
To coordinate SI Tanzania’s Improved Livelihoods for People with Deafblindness
To support the Programme Manager with efficient management of programme budgets and schedules
To ensure that programme outputs are delivered to the expected level of quality, through managing relationships with stakeholders including government offices, and ensuring project outcomes and impact are achieved.

Person Specification
We are looking for a professional with experience of working in education, vocational training or with people with disabilities. You will need experience of coordinating projects, managing budgets, reporting, and strong monitoring and evaluation skills.
See more about our work here: https://www.senseinternational.org.uk/our-work/tanzania 



Your covering letter must include:
Why you are interested in this position
How you think your experience and skills match the job description
List your current salary/benefits
Your day time contact number
Available start date

Due to the high number of applications we anticipate receiving, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

The deadline for applications is 18th March 2019
Interviews will be held in the week commencing 25th March 2019

The salary is negotiable, in the range of TZS 1,200,000 Gross; a medical insurance for employee, spouse and up to 4 children under 18 years old; and pension contribution by employer of 10% of salary



Application Process
To apply for the above position, please email your covering letter (maximum 2 pages) and current CV to the Country Director of Tanzania: infotz@senseint-ea.org 

Please include Project Officer – TANZANIA in the subject line of your email.

This position is funded by the National Lottery Community Fund (NLCF). The NCLF are based in the UK and fund disability programmes throughout East Africa, distributed through the East Africa Disability Fund (EADF), enabling people with disabilities to improve their livelihoods in Tanzania and Uganda. For more information about NLCF please visit:www.tnlcommunityfund.org.uk 
Sense International is an equal opportunity employer.

Job at Workforce Management and Consultancy, Warehouse Manager

Job at Workforce Management and Consultancy, Warehouse Manager
Job at Workforce Management and Consultancy
Job title: Warehouse Manager  

Location: Dar es Salaam
Reporting To: General Manager

Key Responsibilities
Ensure the required storage conditions are met at all storage locations
To ensure proper and consistent maintenance of inventory movement records
To ensure reduction of stock take variances and expires
Ensure safe Opening and closing of the warehouse To properly verify and document all goods received
To ensure Timely and accurate distribution of material to end users
To ensure that expired items are disposed as organization’s policy
To ensure that surplus and obsolete assets are disposed of as per organization’s specified policy.
Whenever required, improve processes within the warehouse so as to ensure smooth and safe flow of inventory movement.


Academic qualifications
Degree in Material Management or Supply chain from recognized institution

Work Experience
At least 4 years experience in a warehouse management.

Applications: Send your CV to; cv@workforceconsult.com
Deadline: 15th March 2019

Job at CRDB Bank, Head of Compliance and Governance

Job at CRDB Bank
Background

Our client, CRDB Bank PLc is an African bank and a leading financial services provider in Tanzania with presence in Tanzania and Burundi. The bank was established in 1996 and was listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock exchange (DSE) in June 2009. Over the years, the bank has grown to become the most innovative and preferred financial services partner in the region. Supported by a robust portfolio and uniquely tailored products, CRDB Bank remains one of the most responsive banks in the region.

In line with the current strategy, CRDB Bank is looking to recruit five dynamic and visionary Tanzanians to work with the bank to transform, grow and ensure sustainability. CRDB Bank Pic is inviting interested and qualified individuals to apply. The applicants must be of outstanding integrity with a good record of enforcing accountability.

Head of Compliance and Governance (Ref No. CRDB/HCG/03 -19)

Job Purpose:

Reporting to the Director of Risk and Compliance, the Head of Compli­ance and Governance will be responsible for ensuring that the bank is compliant with all banking laws, regulations, AML/CTF, sanction risk governance, and internal policies and procedures.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

Contributing to the development of the departmental strategy on potential improvements for compliance and governance;
Ensuring sound financial and internal controls, procedures and systems for monitoring money laundering transactions as per regulatory requirements;
Ensuring that risk owners are operating within the board’s approved risk appetite and controls, and escalate any noted breaches to risk committees through timely and accurately prepared risk manage­ment and ALCO reports;
Conducting compliance reviews for all internal processes and controls and improving the effectiveness of compliance by conduct­ing trainings and communicating all compliance issues to staff; and
Developing, implementing and monitoring the business unit’s annual plan, budget and key performance indicators aimed at achieving the departmental strategy.

Key Qualifications and Experience:

A Bachelor’s degree in Banking, Economics, Laws, Finance, Mathematics, Actuarial Science or a related area and relevant qualification from a recognized university;
A Master’s degree in Banking, Economics, Laws, Finance, Mathematics, Actuarial Science or related field from a recognized university and/or post graduate qualification in banking will be an added advantage;
Risk and Compliance Certification (Preferably ERM);
A minimum of eight years relevant working experience, of which five should be at a managerial level;
Thorough knowledge of banking compliance functions and enterprise risk management;
Working knowledge of the Bank of Tanzania’s risk management guidelines and regulatory requirements;
Strong problem solving skills, excellent communication skills coupled with the ability to effectively work with varied internal and external stakeholders; and
Working knowledge of banking operations.
If you believe you are the right candidate for this position, kindly submit your application with a detailed CV, photocopies of academic certificate, and names of three referees with their contacts, quoting reference number on both the application letter and envelope. For electronic applications, please quote the job reference number on the subject of your email. Applications should be submitted to the address below not later than 01 April 2019.

The Director

Executive Selection Division

Deloitte Consulting Limited

3rd Floor, Aris House                                     

Haile Selassie Road                                        

P.O.Box 1559                                          

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

E-mail: esd@deloitte.co.tz

© 2019 Deloitte Consulting Limited

Job at CRDB Bank, Head of Risk | Nafasi za Kazi CRDB

Job at CRDB Bank, Head of Risk
Background

Our client, CRDB Bank Plc is an African bank and a leading financial services provider in Tanzania with presence in Tanzania and Burundi. The bank was established in 1996 and was listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock exchange (DSE) in June 2009. Over the years, the bank has grown to become the most innovative and preferred financial services partner in the region. Supported by a robust portfolio and uniquely tailored products, CRDB Bank remains one of the most responsive banks in the region.

In line with the current strategy, CRDB Bank is looking to recruit five dynamic and visionary Tanzanians to work with the bank to transform, grow and ensure sustainability. CRDB Bank Pic is inviting interested and qualified individuals to apply. The applicants must be of outstanding integrity with a good record of enforcing accountability.

Head of Risk (Ref No. CRDB/HR/03 -19)

Job Purpose:

Reporting to the Director of Risk and Compliance, the Head of Risk is responsible for planning, implementing and coordinating all risk manage­ment activities, ensuring that quality risk management structures and processes for types all risks are in place and aligned with the bank’s strategy.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

Contributing to the development of the departmental strategy on potential improvements for risk management and compliance;
Ensuring that the bank has adequate and effective processes for identification, measurement, mitigation and control of all types of risks including but not limited to credit, liquidity, interest rate, foreign exchange rate, operational and reputational;
Identifying current and emerging risks, developing risk assessment and measurement systems and developing risk tolerance limits for all types of risks affecting the operations of the bank;
Ensuring that proactive processes, effective communication and training programmes are in place for business/risk owners to actively manage and control all significant risks inherent to their business areas;
Conducting analysis of risk exposure inherent in existing and new products, systems and/or processes and provide guidance on how to minimize exposure; and
Developing, implementing and monitoring the business unit’s annual plan, budget and key performance indicators aimed at achieving the department’s strategy.

Key Qualifications and Experience:

Bachelor’s degree in Banking, Economics, Finance, Mathematics, Actuarial Science or a related area and relevant qualification from a recognized university;
Master’s degree in Finance Banking, Economics, Laws, Finance, Mathematics, Actuarial Science or related field from a recognized University and/or postgraduate qualification in banking will be added advantage;
Risk and/or Compliance Certification (Preferably ERM);
A minimum of eight years relevant working experience, of which five should be at managerial level;
Working knowledge of the Bank of Tanzania’s risk management guidelines and regulatory requirements;
Sound understanding of international frameworks related to risk and compliance functions such as Basel requirements, ICAAP, etc.;
Demonstrated experience of enterprise risk management and business continuity planning in relation to all types of risks affecting the banking sector; and
Strong problem solving skills, excellent communication skills coupled with the ability to effectively work with varied internal and external stakeholders.

Key competencies for all positions

Excellent analytical and budgeting skills;
Strong leadership and interpersonal skills with the ability to develop teams;
Demonstrated ability to manage change in a reputable medium to large size organisation;
Effective communication skills coupled with the ability to effectively network with stakeholders;
High level ability to manage performance and accountability;
Demonstrate working knowledge of banking operations and thorough in-depth knowledge of risks affecting banking operations;
Possess analytical and creative mind-set to seek, encourage and find non-traditional approaches;
Demonstrate high degree of honesty and integrity; and
Computer literate.
If you believe you are the right candidate for this position, kindly submit your application with a detailed CV, photocopies of academic certificate, and names of three referees with their contacts, quoting reference number on both the application letter and envelope. For electronic applications, please quote the job reference number on the subject of your email. Applications should be submitted to the address below not later than 01 April 2019.

The Director

Executive Selection Division

Deloitte Consulting Limited

3rd Floor, Aris House                                     

Haile Selassie Road                                        

P.O.Box 1559                                          

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

E-mail: esd@deloitte.co.tz

© 2019 Deloitte Consulting Limited

Job at CRDB Bank, Director of Retail Banking | Ajira Mpya CRDB Bank March 2019

Job at CRDB Bank, Director of Retail Banking | Ajira Mpya CRDB Bank March 2019
Job at CRDB Bank, Director of Retail Banking 
Background

Our client, CRDB Bank PLc is an African bank and a leading financial services provider in Tanzania with presence in Tanzania and Burundi. The bank was established in 1996 and was listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock exchange (DSE) in June 2009. Over the years, the bank has grown to become the most innovative and preferred financial services partner in the region. Supported by a robust portfolio and uniquely tailored products, CRDB Bank remains one of the most responsive banks in the region.

In line with the current strategy, CRDB Bank is looking to recruit five dynamic and visionary Tanzanians to work with the bank to transform, grow and ensure sustainability. CRDB Bank Pic is inviting interested and qualified individuals to apply. The applicants must be of outstanding integrity with a good record of enforcing accountability.

Director of Retail Banking (Ref No. CRDB/DRB/D3-19)

Job Purpose:

Reporting to the Deputy Managing Director of Operations and Customer Service (OCS), director of retail banking will be responsible for managing the retail banking side of the bank and overseeing banks network of branches and agents. The role also includes overseeing branch and agency performance and ensuring operational efficiency through revenue maximization and cost containment.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

Developing, monitoring and implementing the bank’s retail banking strategy in order to attain and sustain optimal channel efficiency and competitive edge;
Monitoring the performance of branches and ensuring that high quality customer services is provided to all clients and safeguarding the bank against fraud, leakage, misappropriation;
Cascading strategic goals into departmental operational plans in order to achieve the targeted growth in sales and profit;
Supporting the annual budgeting process and providing realistic input into the departmental sales budgets;
Ensuring that retail operations are compliant with laws, policies, regulations and procedures ensuring minimum risk to staff members and the business; and
Managing and reviewing the performance and development the department and subsequent staff.

Key Qualifications and Experience:

Master’s Degree in business administration in finance, economics and or any other equivalent qualification from a recognized universi­ty; and
10 years relevant working experience of which 5 years should be at senior management level.
If you believe you are the right candidate for this position, kindly submit your application with a detailed CV, photocopies of academic certificate, and names of three referees with their contacts, quoting reference number on both the application letter and envelope. For electronic applications, please quote the job reference number on the subject of your email. Applications should be submitted to the address below not later than 01 April 2019.

The Director

Executive Selection Division

Deloitte Consulting Limited

3rd Floor, Aris House                                     

Haile Selassie Road                                        

P.O.Box 1559                                          

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

E-mail: esd@deloitte.co.tz

© 2019 Deloitte Consulting Limited