Thursday, July 2, 2020

Job Opportunity at Absa Bank, Customer Service Advisor Sopa Plaza



Customer Service Advisor Sopa Plaza 

Bring your possibility to life! Define your career with us
With over 100 years of rich history and strongly positioned as a local bank with regional and international expertise, a career with our family offers the opportunity to be part of this exciting growth journey, to reset our future and shape our destiny as a proudly African group.

Job Summary

To deliver customer support services to enhance the customer experience through the execution of predefined objectives as per agreed standard operating procedures (SOPs). Selecting this role has a compensation & benefit impact in Botswana, Kenya, Mauritius, Seychelles. Please contact Reward for details.

Job Description

Customer (Insights and experience): To provide specialist advice and support in order to ensure customer satisfaction and enhance the customer experience, through the execution of predefined objectives as per agreed standard operating procedures (SOPs). Selecting this role has a compensation & benefit impact in Botswana. Please contact Reward for details. | : Customer Experience support | Assist in the Customer Experience roll out of various campaigns to drive customer service related matters Keep an evidence file up to date to substantiate adherence to the various Treating Customers Fairly (TCF) principles for auditing purposes: Customer Service Surveys | Ensure that data required by the survey house is received on time and accurate Review reports on problems identified Assist with the data extraction and administration of survey information for annual Customer Service Measure (CSM) survey: Statistics | Collection and consolidation of weekly, monthly and quarterly statistics Track management expenses for Customer Experience costs and expenses: Switchboard Operators Management | Support in the operations of Customer Experience, and any other related matters such as human resources and workforce planning: Events Management | Plan, coordinate and execute events in driving a positive culture of Customer Experience: Internal support | Provide additional support to the Communication/Marketing areas:

Qualifications

Customer Excellence – Service Management (Meets all of the requirements), Digital familiarity (Meets all of the requirements), Effective communication – Basic (Meets all of the requirements), Experience in a similar environment, Further Education and Training Certificate (FETC) – Business, Commerce and Management Studies, Openness to change (Meets some of the requirements and would need further development), Product and/or Service Knowledge (Meets some of the requirements and would need further development)

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Job Opportunity at Absa Bank, Customer Service Advisor Iringa



Customer Service Advisor Iringa

Bring your possibility to life! Define your career with us
With over 100 years of rich history and strongly positioned as a local bank with regional and international expertise, a career with our family offers the opportunity to be part of this exciting growth journey, to reset our future and shape our destiny as a proudly African group.

Job Summary

To deliver customer support services to enhance the customer experience through the execution of predefined objectives as per agreed standard operating procedures (SOPs). Selecting this role has a compensation & benefit impact in Botswana, Kenya, Mauritius, Seychelles. Please contact Reward for details.

Job Description

Customer (Insights and experience): To provide specialist advice and support in order to ensure customer satisfaction and enhance the customer experience, through the execution of predefined objectives as per agreed standard operating procedures (SOPs). Selecting this role has a compensation & benefit impact in Botswana. Please contact Reward for details. | : Customer Experience support | Assist in the Customer Experience roll out of various campaigns to drive customer service related matters Keep an evidence file up to date to substantiate adherence to the various Treating Customers Fairly (TCF) principles for auditing purposes: Customer Service Surveys | Ensure that data required by the survey house is received on time and accurate Review reports on problems identified Assist with the data extraction and administration of survey information for annual Customer Service Measure (CSM) survey: Statistics | Collection and consolidation of weekly, monthly and quarterly statistics Track management expenses for Customer Experience costs and expenses: Switchboard Operators Management | Support in the operations of Customer Experience, and any other related matters such as human resources and workforce planning: Events Management | Plan, coordinate and execute events in driving a positive culture of Customer Experience: Internal support | Provide additional support to the Communication/Marketing areas:

Qualifications

Customer Excellence – Service Management (Meets all of the requirements), Digital familiarity (Meets all of the requirements), Effective communication – Basic (Meets all of the requirements), Experience in a similar environment, Further Education and Training Certificate (FETC) – Business, Commerce and Management Studies, Openness to change (Meets some of the requirements and would need further development), Product and/or Service Knowledge (Meets some of the requirements and would need further development)

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Job Opportunity at Absa Bank, Senior Relationship Manager


Senior Relationship Manager Absa HQ 

Bring your possibility to life! Define your career with us
With over 100 years of rich history and strongly positioned as a local bank with regional and international expertise, a career with our family offers the opportunity to be part of this exciting growth journey, to reset our future and shape our destiny as a proudly African group.

Job Summary

To provide specialist advise & support in the maintenance & analysis of banking activities & initiatives in order to provide accurate reports & information to relevant stakeholders, through the execution of predefined objectives as per agreed SOPs.Job Description

Customer (Internal and external) : Stakeholders Pro-Active contact with allocated client bases for the purposes of pro-active administrative and non-advice related sales activities | Fulfilment : Preparation and assistance with required documents for client meetings, analysis and relevant insights that will enable the banker to have the right level of conversations with clients. Ensure quality of account applications on behalf of Private Banker and that all required information is included to avoid re-works. | Risk and Control : Contact clients on behalf of the banker and remediate outstanding securities, FICA and PEP requirements. Ensure compliance to all Policies and Procedures.

Qualifications

Advanced Diploma – Business, Commerce and Management Studies, Bachelor’s Degree – Business, Commerce and Management Studies, Business Development, English, Swahili

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Job Opportunity at KCB Bank Tanzania Limited - Teller


Job Title: TELLER
Location TANZANIA
Organization Name KCB BANK TANZANIA LIMITED

Department Description
KCBT Stone town branch is among the fourteen branches of KCBT this branch is located at Zanzibar Malindi Street. The branch positioned in a very strategic area near Zanzibar port, branch as at 31/12/2019 has 4954 customers with Asset book amounting to 22Bil and Liability book amounting to 29Bil, Zanzibar region for now is a business area in which most of the business transactions are done within this area which lead to stiff competition in business especially in banking industry, as almost all banks have branch within the area.


Brief Description
The role holder is responsible for offering the following
1. To offer quality cash services
2. To ensure that customer account and instruments details are correctly captured
3. Ensure that cheques presented are correctly captured
4. Ensure that the names of the payee tallies with the name of the account and the beneficiary account on the deposit slip
5. Ensure that cheques are properly drawn in all respects
6. Ensure that the payee number is correctly indicated on the reverse of all cheque deposits
7. Ensure that the deposit slips and the corresponding cheques have crossing stamp.


Detailed Description

DAILY RESPONSIBILITIES: NOT MORE THAN 5 OF THE MOST TYPICAL

1. To receive and post cash deposits, cheque deposits and money orders
2. To make cash payments against authorized instruments.
3. To issue cheque-on-selves against covers
4. To give cash change
5. To ensure that cash held in the till is adequate
6. Lodge excess cash/currency in the strong room
7. Ensure that cash held in the till at the end of business day tallies with the user’s cash analysis report
8. Compile and submit cash returns in respect of own general ledger accounts.


Job Requirements
Bachelor degree from any recognized institution

MODE OF APPLICATION: 

NOTE: If Application link doesn't not open correctly It's due to KCB system error not us, so please be patient and try again later.

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Job Opportunity at KCB Bank Tanzania Limited - Cash Officer


Job Title : CASH OFFICER

Location TANZANIA
Organization Name KCB BANK TANZANIA LIMITED


Department Description
KCBT Stone town branch is among the fourteen branch of KCBT this branch is located at Zanzibar Malindi Street. The branch positioned in a very strategic area near Zanzibar port, branch as at 31/12/219 has 4954 customers with Asset book amounting to 22Bil and Liability book amounting to 29Bil, Zanzibar region for now is a business area in which most of the business transactions are done within this area which lead to stiff competition in business especially in banking industry, as almost all banks have branch within the area.

Brief Description
The role holder is responsible for maintaining custody of cash in the branch and the strong room

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: MUST NOT BE MORE THAN 10

1. Manage counter services to ensure efficient service is delivered to customers.
2. Manage ATMs to ensure that they are operational at all times and replenished with new/serviceable notes.
3. Maintain custodian cash in the branch and the strong rooms
4. To ensure that cash holding limits are maintained both in reserve and with the cashier’s tills.
5. To authorize cash payments and withdrawals above the Section Heads’/cashiers’ limits.
6. To monitor and provide adequate currency notes to cashiers for counter service.
7. To ensure that cash held is adequately insured at all times.
8. Control and supervise the confirmation and sealing of cash deposited by cashiers into reserve.
9. Control and maintain reserve cash within approved limits for the branch.
10. Collect or receive excess foreign currency from cashiers for lodgement.
11. Supervise confirmation and packing of foreign currency for repatriation.
12. Respond to cash related customers’ correspondence.
13. Ensure that customers’ cash requisitions are prepared promptly.
14. Ensure that customers’ cash vouchers together with relevant cash summaries are ticked for validation purposes.
15. Take stock of cash in the safe and ensure that soiled notes and excess local or foreign currency in reserve are repatriated.
16. Make follow up on any cash related suspense entries.
Lodge cash in the strong room whenever necessary


Detailed Description 

DAILY RESPONSIBILITIES: NOT MORE THAN 5 OF THE MOST TYPICAL

1. Responsible for cash movements into and out of reserve
2. Ensure maintenance of proper records and control of the following registers
a) Reserve cash register.
b) Foreign currency register
c) Cross entries.
d) Lodge cashiers tills in the safe at end of day.
e) Ensure that cashiers balance their cash against cash analysis reports on daily basis
f) Ensure preparation of the overall cash summary on daily basis.


Job Requirements
Bachelor degree from any recognized institution

MODE OF APPLICATION: APPLY ONLINE
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Job Opportunity at Power Providers Co. Ltd Tanzania - Stores & Procurement Manager


Position: Stores & Procurement Manager

Power Providers is currently looking for a Stores and Procurement Manager to join our operations team.
About Power Providers
Power Providers is one of the leading renewable energy providers in Tanzania. Power Providers was established in 2007 in order to develop an energy specific market niche. With over thirteen years of experience, a range of internationally recognised best-brand products and a well-established support structure, we are well positioned to offer flexible, reliable energy solutions that are uniquely tailored to the requirements of customers across Tanzania and Eastern Africa.


Power Providers employ skilled professionals who are trained to understand the unique energy needs of each customer we work with, and who specialize in designing and installing specific solutions for each of our clients. In addition, Power Providers employs highly motivated support staff in order to run a smooth operation. All employees at Power Providers strive to create a fun, hard-working, and results-oriented environment. Power Providers aims to be an equal opportunity employer that promotes an inclusive workplace.

The position
The Stores and Procurement Manager is required to take a flexible approach to the development of their role– so as to ensure role effectiveness and appropriate job satisfaction. The Stores and Procurement Manager will play a proactive role and should have sufficient experience with appropriate management practices to be able take a leading role in the development of the department. As a Stores and Procurement Manager you will ensure that all materials and tools for our installations are prepared in an organized, neat and timely fashion. You will have an in-depth experience of the processes involved in the procurement and importation of quality goods from outside of Tanzania You ensure our stores are clean, organized, and correspond to our recorded stock levels at all time with associated reporting. You ensure every transaction made is being recorded in our inventory management system.


Requirements
Power Providers is looking for a Stores and Procurement with at least the following qualifications:
At least a Bachelor Degree in Procurement, Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Warehouse Management or similar with good grades
At least 4 years experience within stores management, procurement or a related field
Experience with an inventory management software package
Ability to work in a concentrated, meticulous and precise manner
Ability to manage priorities and to work to tight deadlines
Good knowledge and skills in Microsoft Excel / Microsoft Word
Good spoken and written English
Driver license class D


Applicants with below qualifications get bonus points:
Experience and/or interest in renewable energy
Driver license class E

Benefits
The package which Power Providers offers includes:
an attractive salary in line with your qualifications and experience
working in a enthusiastic, driven and inspiring work environment
lunch and medical cover

Application
Applicants are invited to submit their application by completing the following two steps:
1) Fill out the application form which is accessible by clicking on the following link:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdAU1zOXKNTiWQMSYEoqVTEGiQioAr0Ze7S2H9aFJooXJeZFw/viewform

2) Send an email to info@powerproviders.co.tz
with subject “Application for Stores and Procurement”. In your email please attach:
Curriculum Vitae
Cover Letter
Professional certificates
Certificates of service
Contact details (including email and phone number) of at least three professional references

Please note that:
All candidates who fill out the application form will receive a response
Applications which are sent by regular mail (post) will not be considered
Applicants who only sent an e-mail (and did not fill out the application form) will not be considered
The deadline for submission is (July 6th 2020) at 12:00. A follow-up round will be scheduled for the following week
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Job Opportunity at AngloGold Ashanti, Finance Intern



Finance Intern  

Internships at AngloGold Ashanti – Geita Gold Mine 2020-2021


Enhancing Graduates Employability in Tanzania!


Geita Gold Mining Ltd (GGML) undertakes to offer internship opportunities to fresh Tanzanian graduates of various disciplines, to take place at Geita Gold Mine, Geita Tanzania, with the aim of “Enhancing Graduates Employability in Tanzania”

Geita Gold Mining Ltd (GGML) is a subsidiary of AngloGold Ashanti, Africa’s largest and the world’s third largest gold mining company with 20 operations in four continents around the globe. Geita Gold Mine (GGM) is the only AngloGold Ashanti’s wholly owned and managed operation in Tanzania. It is also the largest single Gold mining operation in its annual gold production and Tanzania’s most productive mine. The mine is situated in the Lake Victoria Gold fields of North Western Tanzania, only about 85 km from Mwanza City. The company has its head office in Geita, only 5 km west of the fast growing town of Geita, and also a supporting office in Dar es Salaam. Applications are invited from ambitious, energetic and performance-driven graduates to take up internship opportunities mentioned below:


GGML Internship Programme:

Geita Gold Mining Ltd (GGML) has been a strong supporter to the government initiatives to enhance graduates employability in Tanzania, having implemented internships and other graduate programmes for several years. GGML is contributing towards skills development in Tanzania by providing graduates with opportunities to gain work experience in various skills areas. The internship Programme provides an opportunity to unemployed graduates to gain meaningful work experience that will complement their studies and provide them with experience that could help them gain access to the labour market. The internship is for a fixed term and there is no guarantee of any offer of employment on completion of the internship.

At the minimum, GGML Internship Programme shall be undertaken in accordance with the “National Internship Guidelines” as published by the Prime Minister’s Office, Labor, Youth, Employment and Disability in September, 2017.

Duration and Allowance:

The internship programme is implemented for twelve (12) months period only and there is no guarantee of any offer of employment on completion of the internship.

GGML shall provide a monthly internship allowance to cover for incidental costs associated with the internship programme.

Geita Gold Mine is inviting applications from qualified graduates that have graduated between 2017 and 2019 in the following discipline; B.Com / BBA major in Accounting and / or Finance to apply for the Finance internship post (1 available) for the year 2020 – 2021.

Applicants for the Finance internship post will only be accepted online, to apply visit https://bit.ly/3eMODGI

Once you complete the online application, please upload your University Certificate, Transcript and your updated CV.

Applications submitted via email, by post, by hand or by any means other than online application via links provided SHALL NOT BE CONSIDERED.

Application Deadline:
Closing date for applications is the 02nd of July 2020

Shortlisted applicants will be contacted from the 06th of July 2020 for Psychometric Assessments which will also be done online

A further shortlist will be done and successful candidates will be called for oral interviews at Geita / Dar es Salaam
Applicants who will not be contacted by Geita Gold Mining Ltd representative by 15th July 2020 can regard their applications as unsuccessful.

BEWARE OF CONMEN! GGML does not receive money in exchange for a job or any other opportunity. Should you be asked for money in exchange for a job offer or suspect such activity, please report this immediately to our Security Department, Investigation Unit, by calling +255 756 808 128 / +255 28 216 01 40 Ext 1559 (rates apply) or use our whistle-blowing channels by sending an SMS to +27 73 573 8075 (SMS rates apply) or emailing 24cthonesty@ethics-line.com or use the internet at www.tip-offs.com

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Job Opportunity at AngloGold Ashanti, Electrical Engineering Intern



Electrical Engineering Intern  

Internships at AngloGold Ashanti – Geita Gold Mine 2020-2021


Enhancing Graduates Employability in Tanzania!

Geita Gold Mining Ltd (GGML) undertakes to offer internship opportunities to fresh Tanzanian graduates of various disciplines, to take place at Geita Gold Mine, Geita Tanzania, with the aim of “Enhancing Graduates Employability in Tanzania”

Geita Gold Mining Ltd (GGML) is a subsidiary of AngloGold Ashanti, Africa’s largest and the world’s third largest gold mining company with 20 operations in four continents around the globe. Geita Gold Mine (GGM) is the only AngloGold Ashanti’s wholly owned and managed operation in Tanzania. It is also the largest single Gold mining operation in its annual gold production and Tanzania’s most productive mine. The mine is situated in the Lake Victoria Gold fields of North Western Tanzania, only about 85 km from Mwanza City. The company has its head office in Geita, only 5 km west of the fast growing town of Geita, and also a supporting office in Dar es Salaam. Applications are invited from ambitious, energetic and performance-driven graduates to take up internship opportunities mentioned below:


GGML Internship Programme:

Geita Gold Mining Ltd (GGML) has been a strong supporter to the government initiatives to enhance graduates employability in Tanzania, having implemented internships and other graduate programmes for several years. GGML is contributing towards skills development in Tanzania by providing graduates with opportunities to gain work experience in various skills areas. The internship Programme provides an opportunity to unemployed graduates to gain meaningful work experience that will complement their studies and provide them with experience that could help them gain access to the labour market. The internship is for a fixed term and there is no guarantee of any offer of employment on completion of the internship.

At the minimum, GGML Internship Programme shall be undertaken in accordance with the “National Internship Guidelines” as published by the Prime Minister’s Office, Labor, Youth, Employment and Disability in September, 2017.

Duration and Allowance:

The internship programme is implemented for twelve (12) months period only and there is no guarantee of any offer of employment on completion of the internship.

GGML shall provide a monthly internship allowance to cover for incidental costs associated with the internship programme.

Geita Gold Mine is inviting applications from qualified graduates that have graduated between 2017 and 2019 in the following discipline; BSc in Electrical Engineering to apply for the – Electrical Engineering internship post (1 available) for the year 2020 – 2021.

Applicants for the Electrical Engineering internship post will only be accepted online, to apply visit https://bit.ly/3i3uFJR

Once you complete the online application, please upload your University Certificate, Transcript and your updated CV.

Applications submitted via email, by post, by hand or by any means other than online application via links provided SHALL NOT BE CONSIDERED.

Application Deadline:
Closing date for applications is the 02nd of July 2020

Shortlisted applicants will be contacted from the 06th of July 2020 for Psychometric Assessments which will also be done online

A further shortlist will be done and successful candidates will be called for oral interviews at Geita / Dar es Salaam
Applicants who will not be contacted by Geita Gold Mining Ltd representative by 15th July 2020 can regard their applications as unsuccessful.

BEWARE OF CONMEN! GGML does not receive money in exchange for a job or any other opportunity. Should you be asked for money in exchange for a job offer or suspect such activity, please report this immediately to our Security Department, Investigation Unit, by calling +255 756 808 128 / +255 28 216 01 40 Ext 1559 (rates apply) or use our whistle-blowing channels by sending an SMS to +27 73 573 8075 (SMS rates apply) or emailing 24cthonesty@ethics-line.com or use the internet at www.tip-offs.com

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Job Opportunity at AngloGold Ashanti, Community Affairs Coordinator intern



Community Affairs Coordinator 

Internships at AngloGold Ashanti – Geita Gold Mine 2020-2021


Enhancing Graduates Employability in Tanzania!

Geita Gold Mining Ltd (GGML) undertakes to offer internship opportunities to fresh Tanzanian graduates of various disciplines, to take place at Geita Gold Mine, Geita Tanzania, with the aim of “Enhancing Graduates Employability in Tanzania”

Geita Gold Mining Ltd (GGML) is a subsidiary of AngloGold Ashanti, Africa’s largest and the world’s third largest gold mining company with 20 operations in four continents around the globe. Geita Gold Mine (GGM) is the only AngloGold Ashanti’s wholly owned and managed operation in Tanzania. It is also the largest single Gold mining operation in its annual gold production and Tanzania’s most productive mine. The mine is situated in the Lake Victoria Gold fields of North Western Tanzania, only about 85 km from Mwanza City. The company has its head office in Geita, only 5 km west of the fast growing town of Geita, and also a supporting office in Dar es Salaam. Applications are invited from ambitious, energetic and performance-driven graduates to take up internship opportunities mentioned below:


GGML Internship Programme:

Geita Gold Mining Ltd (GGML) has been a strong supporter to the government initiatives to enhance graduates employability in Tanzania, having implemented internships and other graduate programmes for several years. GGML is contributing towards skills development in Tanzania by providing graduates with opportunities to gain work experience in various skills areas. The internship Programme provides an opportunity to unemployed graduates to gain meaningful work experience that will complement their studies and provide them with experience that could help them gain access to the labour market. The internship is for a fixed term and there is no guarantee of any offer of employment on completion of the internship.

At the minimum, GGML Internship Programme shall be undertaken in accordance with the “National Internship Guidelines” as published by the Prime Minister’s Office, Labor, Youth, Employment and Disability in September, 2017.

Duration and Allowance:

The internship programme is implemented for twelve (12) months period only and there is no guarantee of any offer of employment on completion of the internship.

GGML shall provide a monthly internship allowance to cover for incidental costs associated with the internship programme.

Geita Gold Mine is inviting applications from qualified graduates that have graduated between 2017 and 2019 in the following discipline; BA in Community
Development, Social Works / Sociology to apply for the Community Affairs internship post (1 available) for the year 2020 – 2021.

Applicants for the Community Affairs internship post will only be accepted online, to apply visit https://bit.ly/3i3uFJR

Once you complete the online application, please upload your University Certificate, Transcript and your updated CV.

Applications submitted via email, by post, by hand or by any means other than online application via links provided SHALL NOT BE CONSIDERED.

Application Deadline:
Closing date for applications is the 02nd of July 2020

Shortlisted applicants will be contacted from the 06th of July 2020 for Psychometric Assessments which will also be done online

A further shortlist will be done and successful candidates will be called for oral interviews at Geita / Dar es Salaam
Applicants who will not be contacted by Geita Gold Mining Ltd representative by 15th July 2020 can regard their applications as unsuccessful.

BEWARE OF CONMEN! GGML does not receive money in exchange for a job or any other opportunity. Should you be asked for money in exchange for a job offer or suspect such activity, please report this immediately to our Security Department, Investigation Unit, by calling +255 756 808 128 / +255 28 216 01 40 Ext 1559 (rates apply) or use our whistle-blowing channels by sending an SMS to +27 73 573 8075 (SMS rates apply) or emailing 24cthonesty@ethics-line.com or use the internet at www.tip-offs.com

CLICK HERE TO APPLY
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Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Job Opportunity at Chemonics, Head of government support



Head of government support  

Chemonics seeks a head of government support for an anticipated multi-year, DFID-funded education programme in Tanzania. Shule Bora seeks to improve quality, inclusiveness, and safety of learning for all 11.5 million girls and boys in government pre-primary and primary schools in Tanzania. In addition to providing support to government systems at the national level, Shule Bora will provide additional focused support to an estimated 4.4 million children in 9 regions. The head of government support will lead the programme’s support to the government of Tanzania to implement the PforR mechanism (Component B) in a timely and effective manner, as well as support the team leader in national-level coordination with the government of Tanzania. The position will be based in Dodoma and will require some travel to other parts of Tanzania. The project is expected to start in March 2021 and conclude in March 2027. We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.

Responsibilities include:


  • Support the team leader in the day-to-day management of the programme as part of the senior management team
  • Lead the team focused on delivering Component B of the programme
  • Support the Ministry of Education Science and Technology (MoEST) and President’s Office Regional and Local Government (PO-RALG) in overall programme management including general management, education sector and resource planning, quality assurance, and internal monitoring and reporting
  • Ensure performance against all Tanzanian government Development Linked Indicators (DLIs)
  • Update the Programme Operations Manual annually
  • Ensure analysis and capacity building in planning and resource allocation, including mathematical modelling
  • Support the Tanzanian government in coordination within the education sector
  • Support development of the Enabling Education Management Information Systems development (EMIS) and operations, including QA annual census; annual Education Sector Performance Report (ESPR) and Basic Education Statistics for Tanzania (BEST)
  • Provide public financial management (PFM) and fiduciary risk mitigation expertise
  • Conduct capacity building gap analysis and interventions (mentoring/coaching) for the government of Tanzania
  • Oversee lessons learned documentation and communication
  • Support the Tanzanian government to share and roll out lessons and best practices from interventions delivered in the nine focus regions as part of Component C.
  • Work with the senior management team to support the DLI independent verification teams (IVT) from an independent learning and evaluation service provider
  • Work with the senior management team to support the Tanzanian government to build awareness, understanding, and support of the education sector payment for results (PforR) mechanism at the regional and local levels
  • Identify technical assistance needs, develop suitable scopes of work and recruit staff and consultants for new project interventions under Component B
  • Contribute to the design and updates of the Theories of Change for each of the four outcome areas: learning, disability, girls’ education, and school safety
  • Work with the senior management team to provide learning and evidence to the government of Tanzania on how to achieve outcomes affordably and at scale, enabling achievement of PforR targets
  • Coordinate closely with the senior management team to ensure that successful pilots in the regions are scaled up at the national level and inform education policy and planning
  • Work with the senior management team to identify and implement system-level reforms for more effective teaching; school, district, and regional planning and management; community engagement; use of data; and reforms relevant to advancing the outcomes for girls’ education, disability, and school safety
  • Support the SMT to identify and design new project interventions under Component C of the project (support the Tanzanian government to test, adapt and deliver interventions at scale) based on evidence
  • Manage monitoring, evaluation, research, and learning, as well as communications staff in a matrixed system, with a focus on adaptive management
  • Take part in key strategic reviews of the project
  • Act as the team lead as required
  • Lead national-level liaison with the Tanzanian government, including MoEST, PO-RALG, the Ministry of Finance and Planning (MoFP), the President’s Office for Public Sector Management (PO-PSM), the Tanzania Institute of Education (TIE), and the National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA)
  • Coordinate with the senior management team to identify the most relevant Tanzanian government partners for design and delivery of project interventions and decide how to channel through Tanzanian budgeting and planning processes
  • Work with other members of the SMT to manage relationships with DFID and other donor-funded programmes
  • Meet Component B performance targets and complete deliverables outlined in the programme contract in a timely manner, offer value for money, and follow DFID and Chemonics regulations and procedures
  • Work with the team lead in programme work planning, budgeting, performance management, risk management, monitoring and evaluation, and strategic communications
  • Manage communication and agreements with component subcontractors and provide monitoring of technical deliverables
  • Ensure that lessons learned from the implementation of the PforR mechanism are well-documented and communicated

Qualifications:

  • Experience of and ability to collaborate and build partnerships with host-country governments, UK government agencies, donor agencies, and international organisations; existing strong relationships with Tanzanian government and other key stakeholders strongly preferred
  • At least eight years of professional experience managing or providing technical oversight for large (£15 million), complex projects in developing countries, including at least four years as a team leader, chief of party, project manager, deputy team leader, or deputy chief of party, ideally for a DFID-funded project
  • Record of thinking and working politically and navigating complex political environments. Ability to apply systems thinking
  • Experience in education sector and resource planning; quality assurance; monitoring, evaluation, research, and learning; EMIS and other data management and analysis systems and operations; PFM and FRM; institutional capacity building gap analysis and interventions (mentoring/coaching); and/or supporting partner governments on PforR mechanisms
  • Knowledge and experience working on donor-funded education programmes
  • Experience leading large teams and managing programmes that achieve results, with a focus on adaptive management and technical implementation
  • Proven project-management skills, ideally with a project management qualification
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Experience in Tanzania or East Africa is required
  • Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity

Application instructions:


Chemonics is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, or other non-merit factors.

Chemonics values the protection of your personal data. If you are in the European Union, please read our EU Recruiting Data Privacy Notice to learn how we process personal data. You may access the notice via the following link: https://chemonics.com/eu-recruiting-data-privacy-notice/.

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Job Opportunity at Chemonics, Head of technical for education



Head of technical for education 

Chemonics seeks a head of technical for education for an anticipated multi-year, DFID-funded education programme in Tanzania. Shule Bora seeks to improve quality, inclusiveness, and safety of learning for all 11.5 million girls and boys in government pre-primary and primary schools in Tanzania. In addition to providing support to government systems at the national level, Shule Bora will provide additional focused support to an estimated 4.4 million children in nine regions. The head of technical for education will be responsible for the theories of change for each of the four outcome areas (learning, disability, girls’ education, and school safety) and oversee the design, development, and technical quality of project interventions under Component C of the project (Support Tanzanian government to test, adapt and deliver interventions at scale). The position will be based in Dodoma and will require some travel to other parts of Tanzania. The project is expected to start in March 2021 and conclude in March 2027. We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a

Responsibilities include:


  •  Support the team leader in the day-to-day management of the programme as part of the senior management team
  • Manage the technical leads based in Dodoma and subcontractors for the four outcome areas: learning, disability, girls’ education, and school safety
  • Lead monitoring, evaluation, research, and learning, as well as communications staff, in a matrixed system, with a focus on adaptive management
  • Act as the team lead in their absence
  • Oversee the design and updates to theories of change for each of the four outcome areas
  • Lead the identification, design and development (alongside the independent learning and evaluation service provider) of new intervention proposals under Component C of the project based on evidence and taking into account a “Whole School Development +” approach, considering interventions at the teaching, community, and management levels, as well as the use of data
  • Identify technical assistance needs, develop suitable scopes of work, and recruit staff and consultants for new project interventions under Component C
  • Oversee staff and consultants delivering specific Component C project interventions and ensure technical quality assurance and improvement; ensuring technical outcomes and deliverables
  • Work with other members of the senior management team to provide learning and evidence to the Tanzanian government on how to achieve the outcome areas affordably and at scale, while delivering results and reforms in the outcome areas.
  • Work with other members of the senior management team and the Tanzanian government to identify and implement system-level reforms for more effective teaching; school, district and regional planning and management; community engagement; use of data; and reforms relevant to advancing the outcomes for girls’ education, disability, and school safety
  • Participate in key strategic reviews of the project
  • Work with the senior management team to identify most relevant Tanzanian government partners for design and delivery of project interventions and how much to channel through Tanzanian government budgeting and planning processes
  • Work with the senior management team to manage relationships and share learning and insights with DFID and other donor-funded programmes
  • Manage communication and agreements with Component C subcontractors; providing monitoring of technical deliverables and compliance with Chemonics and DFID regulations
  • Ensure that lessons learned contribute to achievement of payment for results (PforR) and project adaptation
  • Manage inputs from subcontractors who are leading on specific outcomes and other elements of the work plan

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in education, social science, international development, project management, or a related discipline required. Advanced degree in relevant discipline is preferred
  • At least eight years of professional experience managing or providing technical oversight for large (£15 million), complex projects in developing countries, including at least four years as a team leader, chief of party, project manager, deputy team leader, or deputy chief of party, ideally for a DFID-funded project
  • Experience leading large teams and managing programmes that achieve results, with a focus on adaptive management and technical implementation
  • Proven project-management skills, ideally with a project-management qualification
  • Experience collaborating and building partnerships with host-country governments, U.K. government agencies, donor agencies, and international organisations
  • Extensive knowledge and experience working on donor-funded education programmes
  • Experience managing and coaching direct reports
  • Experience in Tanzania or East Africa required
  • Demonstrated leadership skills, versatility, and integrity


Application instructions:

Please apply through https://chemonicsuk.formstack.com/forms/tanzania_shule_bora_head_of_technical.

No telephone inquiries, please. Only finalists will be contacted.

Chemonics is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, or other non-merit factors.

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Job Opportunity at Citi Bank, Treasury & Trade Solutions



Treasury & Trade Solutions  

Locations: Dar es Salaam, Dar es Salaam Region


Job Function: Product Management and Development


Employee Status: Regular

Job ID: 20193401

The TTS Head plays a pivotal role for Citi as the carrier of critical strategic projects which are aligned to the Global TTS strategy, to power the payments transformation of the product offering and client experience across GSG, TTLCs Public Sector and FIs in Tanzania, for 300+L2 clients across the corporate, financial institutions and public sector segments. The Franchise has a growing set of new economy names, some of which offer the product line unique partnership opportunities. The TTS Head will be responsible for leading the effort around commercialization of technology spends and drive the innovation agenda of the bank in response to shifting customer business models, regulatory driven changes and changing client expectations.  The TTS Head will leads a team of 3 senior experienced product specialists working in partnerships with  Banking as well as GSG Head , Client Ops and entire Tanzania Franchise Management on matters related to Cash and , Trade products, projects, new products as well as regulatory change management.  This role houses several actively progressing strategic projects (Digital Wallets, Tanzania Instant Payment Systems (TIPS), Instant Payments, government gateway-led) with significant client deposits and revenue impact and revenue upsides

Key Responsibilities:


  • Develop a Cash Management and Trade sales & marketing plan in line with the organizational objectives.
  • Develop and continually expand the target market of Cash Management and Trade, working actively with Cash Management Trade Product Sales Managers.
  • Direct and support the preparation and presentation of sales proposals to account prospects across the target market.
  • Identify and evaluate potential revenue opportunities in new and diverse markets including Public Sector.
  • Target sales at the larger country flow opportunities.
  • Actively manage the local currency liabilities of the bank ensuring growth and product innovation.
  • Actively interface with Cash Management Payables and Collection Managers for effective marketing, acquisition and product X-sell.
  • Ensure efficient and accurate product management financials, volume and trend analysis.
  • Establish and maintain internal communication to Operations and Technology, Corporate Bank and FI group to support the enhancement of sales knowledge of current issues.
  • Utilize above interaction to act as an oversight between the client and internal organizations in the effective service delivery of cash management products.
  • Manage the advertising and promotion of Cash Management and Trade products.
  • Manage the Sales Pipeline tracking system.
  • Provide guidance on Cash Management and Trade products and create a conducive environment for direct reports’ personal development. Be a mentor to direct reports.
  • Acquire new customers and identify new prospects.
  • Develop and roll-out Cash & Trade products.
  • Maintain high quality of service to existing clients.
  • Work closely with RMs and O&T to ensure coordination in Marketing and complete customer service delivery.
  • Train RMs and relevant staff on Cash & Trade products.
  • Track revenues and monitor expenses within the department.

Developmental Value:

TTS product knowledge, project & management & thought leadership, product management & client facing skillset development and strategic thinking.


Knowledge/ Experience:

  • Five years post-graduate experience with at least four years in sales and marketing, with a minimum of three years in a Managerial role.
  • Experience in building, training, motivating and managing a team of sales managers and sales assistants.
  • Experience in interacting with and influencing key decision-makers in corporate that fit our target market.

Skills:

  • Accountability and teamwork
  • Initiative
  • Team building
  • Ability to handle pressure
  • Ability to work independently
  • Ability to prioritize
  • Attention to detail
  • Supervisory and people management skills
  • Creativity and flexibility
  • Good organization and coordination skills particularly coordination with Cluster matrix
  • Analytical thinking

Competencies:

  • Thorough knowledge of the end-to-end process for TTS products.
  • Knowledge of Corporate Bank marketing strategy
  • Understanding of liability management and growth
  • Ability to recommend and implement process improvements
  • Customer focus
  • Process focus
  • Strong oral and written communication
  • Strong interpersonal relationships
  • Presentation skills
  • Negotiation
  • Customer service

Qualification:

Graduate qualification (post graduate an advantage).
Consistently well rated.

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Job Opportunity at Absa Bank, Retail Credit Underwriter



Retail Credit Underwriter  

Bring your possibility to life! Define your career with us
With over 100 years of rich history and strongly positioned as a local bank with regional and international expertise, a career with our family offers the opportunity to be part of this exciting growth journey, to reset our future and shape our destiny as a proudly African group.


Job Summary

To undertake a credit risk assessment of all non -scored personal lending requests. The role holder will be require to apply the canons of good lending to each proposition and to make recommendations / modifications to the proposal so the request constitutes an acceptable risk to the Bank.

Job Description

Key responsibilities and approximate time split:

RISK ASSESSMENT :90%

Initial check of all applications to ensure that they comply with policy guidelines.
Maintain a diary system to ensure that conditions of sanction are complied with and reviews are done in a timely manner.
Analyse customer financial statements and proposition, making recommendations / modifications to the proposal so the request constitutes an acceptable risk to the Bank.
Monitor workflow.
Generate limit sheets
Monitor clearance of excesses
Contact customers where clarification on the proposal is required. This may take the form of written correspondence or telephone contact(preferably written conrespondence).
Compilation of various returns, as required, through the assimilation of information available within the RRU.
General filing
Adhere to service level agreements.

CONTROL

Ensure that all activities and duties are carried out in full compliance with regulatory requirements, Enterprise Wide Risk Management Framework and internal Absa Bank Policies and Standards. Understand and manage risks and risk events (incidents) relevant to the role.

Personal Attributes:

Meeting customer needs.
Personal results.
Managing relationships.
Communication.
Personal Organisation.
Information gathering.
Thoroughness.
Initiative.

Skills required to undertake the role:

Communication skills.
Good interpersonal skills.
Numeracy skills.
Team worker.
Analytical skills.
Knowledge of the Bank’s products, services and policies and/or other specialist knowledge required to undertake the role:


  • Basic knowledge of the bank’s customer service standards.
  • Good knowledge of the Personal and Business Sector credit policy.
  • A good understanding of the bank’s lending policies, principles and procedures.
  • A good knowledge of the bank’s lending criteria in the Business and Personal sectors and the products and services relating to them.
  • A general knowledge of the International Credit manual, BMIS User manual, Absa loan/Personal Overdraft User manual and Guide to management of risk.


Training likely to assist effectiveness in the role and may have been completed prior to undertaking this role:

Principles of lending.
Basic Risk Management techniques.
Additional details of exceptional aspects of the demands of the role:
                       

EXTENSION FOR EVALUATION PURPOSES

Experience:     
-At least 2 yrs experience in a branch environment particularly Advances/Lending.

Mental Demands / Judgment and Initiative:   

Assessment of loan applications in line with Personal Sector credit policy.
Communications:   

Percentage of communications demands ((Both spoken and written).

                        : Staff in own area   60 %.

                        : Staff outside own area 20%.

                        : Internal Customers & External Customers 20%.

                        : Other                0   %.

Qualifications

Business Improvement Orientation (Meets some of the requirements and would need further development), Digital familiarity (Meets all of the requirements), Enabling team success (Meets some of the requirements and would need further development), Experience in a similar environment, Further Education and Training Certificate (FETC) – Business, Commerce and Management Studies, Openness to change (Meets some of the requirements and would need further development), Operational administration (Meets some of the requirements and would need further development), Product and/or Service Knowledge (Meets some of the requirements and would need further development), Quality orientation (Meets some of the requirements and would need further development)

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Job Opportunity at Absa Bank, Head of BP&A



Head of BP&A  

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With over 100 years of rich history and strongly positioned as a local bank with regional and international expertise, a career with our family offers the opportunity to be part of this exciting growth journey, to reset our future and shape our destiny as a proudly African group.

Job Summary

To prepare financial information for all stakeholders of the business for informed decision making and to support the business.

Job Description

Accounting and Reconciliation Management: Perform accounting-related tasks and reporting, ensure reconciliations are completed | Financial Governance, Reporting and Control: Present monthly management accounts reports such as Budget vs actual, Operational Budget Report on a monthly basis | Audit Support: Provide support to auditing activities

Qualifications


ACCA – ACCA UK, Analytical Thinking – Advanced (Meets all of the requirements), Bachelors Degree and Professional Qualifications – Accounting, Certified Public Accountant, CPA (T) – National Board of Accountants and Auditors (NBAA), Driving skills (Meets all of the requirements), English, Experience in a similar environment at senior specialist level, Financial Accounting (Meets all of the requirements), Financial and Performance Reporting (Meets all of the requirements), Leading people – Team level (Meets all of the requirements), Openness to change (Meets some of the requirements and would need further development), Quality orientation (Meets all of the requirements), Swahili

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Job Opportunity at Absa Bank, Models, Analytics and Impairment Manager



Models, Analytics and Impairment Manager  

Bring your possibility to life! Define your career with us
With over 100 years of rich history and strongly positioned as a local bank with regional and international expertise, a career with our family offers the opportunity to be part of this exciting growth journey, to reset our future and shape our destiny as a proudly African group.


Job Summary

To operate as a member of a team of MI Analysts, but with specific responsibility for:


  • Management information, including production of internal and external periodic returns, data completeness and integrity.
  • Analyse cards & Loans portfolio Performance and Liability accounts and identify any underlying risk segments.
  • Assist to drive the performance of Collections & Recoveries through relevant, complete and timely management information to support assessment of performance and effectiveness.
  • Perform any other responsibilities that may be assigned by the team leadership

Job Description


To operate as a member of a team of  MI Analysts, but with specific responsibility for:
Management information, including production of internal and external periodic returns, data completeness and integrity.
Analyse cards & Loans portfolio Performance and Liability accounts and identify any underlying risk segments.

Risk and Control Objective:

  • Manage risk and control effectively by applying applicable risk frameworks and embedding a positive risk culture
  • Understanding of own role in the end to end processes in which you play a part, including applicable risks and controls.
  • Adhere to ABSA’s policies and procedures applicable to own role, demonstrating sound judgment and responsible risk management.
  • Report all risk events / incidents / issues using the defined process for your business area and help to understand why these happened and how to prevent them in future.
  •  Proactively look for ways to improve the control environment by considering what could go wrong in the processes you operate and how errors could be prevented.
  • Continuous and proactive engagement with regulatory bodies, unions where applicable
  • Keep up to date on all regulatory changes and have the ability to articulate the impact to the Business, be well informed on the industry thinking.
  • All mandatory training completed to deadline All mandatory training completed to deadline


Knowledge, Expertise and Experience

Mandatory

Good knowledge of the Bank’s systems and various sources of data
Some knowledge of credit analysis & statistical analysis techniques.

Qualifications

Analytical Thinking – Advanced (Meets all of the requirements), Analytical Thinking – Basic (Meets all of the requirements), Digital familiarity (Meets all of the requirements), Ethics and values (Meets all of the requirements), Experience in a similar environment at junior specialist level, Higher Diplomas – Business, Commerce and Management Studies, Openness to change (Meets some of the requirements and would need further development), Quality orientation (Meets all of the requirements)

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