Wednesday, April 22, 2015


    Employer: Institute of Rural Development Planning (IRDP)
      Application Deadline: 30 Apr 2015



    • Assist the Dean of Students in Students’ counseling and guidance in his/her respective Hall of residence.

    • Coordinate students’ culture, recreational and sports activities in his/her Hall of resident.

    • Take care of students’ welfare and ensure that the sick are urgently treated and taken care of satisfactorily.

    • Perform any other duties prescribed by the Dean of Students

    • Bachelor Degree either in Education, Social Welfare, Social Work or community Development.

    REMUNERATION: Salary Scale PGSS 10


    Online based application,click APPLY NOW below



Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship ProgramFor Mid-Career Professional Study In The United States

Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship ProgramFor Mid-Career Professional Study In The United States*** Application cycle 2016 - 2017***The Public Affairs Section of the United States Embassy in Dar es Salaam is seeking qualified candidates for the Hubert H. Humphrey program. Online applications are now available starting April 9, 2015. Deadline for submitting applications will be no later than June 1, 2015. Only successful candidates will be called for interviews scheduled for mid-June, 2015. The Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program is a Fulbright program that brings accomplished mid-level professionals to the United States for a year of academic and professional work. In Tanzania, fellows are nominated by the Office Of Public Affairs of the American Embassy based on demonstrated potential for leadership and commitment to public service. By providing future leaders and policy makers with experience in U.S. society, culture, and professional fields, the program provides a basis for lasting, productive ties between Americans and their professional counterparts overseas. The U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) from provide primary funding for the Humphrey program within its congressional appropriation for exchanges. 

The Humphrey program is a non-degree program. Applicants should not assume that they could become degree candidates after they arrive in the U.S. Anyone seeking a degree program should look at the Fulbright Junior Staff Development Program, among others.Fellowship FieldsFellowships are granted competitively to both public and private sector candidates with a commitment to public service in the following fields:

1. Educational Administration, Planning and Policy: Individuals who are contributing to national education planning, policy development and implementation make good candidates. University professors whose projects focus exclusively on research or teaching are not suitable. However, university professors in administrative or policy-making positions are eligible. Candidate profiles also include those focused on areas of education with an administrative or policy: curriculum development, instruction and learning assessment techniques, program design and adult learning, the use of technology in higher education. These individuals MAY be teachers who have additional responsibilities in the areas above.

2. Teaching of English as a Foreign Language: Appropriate candidates include teachers, administrators, and other education practitioners in the field of Teaching of English as a Foreign Language if they are interested in teacher training, curriculum development and methodology.Recruitment of Eligible CandidatesApproximately 120 American embassies and commissions worldwide are eligible to nominate candidates, who will undergo additional screening by U.S.-based independent panels of academics and professionals with regional and field-specific expertise. The presidential-appointed J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board must also approve all candidates recommended by the U.S.-based independent panels before a grant can be offered. Appropriate applicants are mid-career professionals in leadership positions and who have a commitment to public service and the potential for professional advancement. It is important that applicants have considerable initiative if they are to benefit from the program. Prospective fellows should have a minimum of five years full-time professional experience prior to August of the grant year in the relevant field, after completing a university degree, and should be interested in the policy aspect in the field of their specialization.

Applicants must have completed a university degree program requiring at least four years of full-time study in order to qualify.

Applicants should be proficient in both written and spoken English. Finalists will be required to have a minimum Test Of English As A Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of 525 paper-based, or 71 on the Internet Based Test (IBT), although exceptionally strong applicants with lower scores may be nominated for the Long-Term English (LTE) training. Please note that if you do not have a TOEFL score, we will arrange for you to take the examination if you are nominated.

Applicants should have at least five years of relevant professional experience beyond the university degree. In general, applicants should have both the need to participate in the program and the potential to benefit from it. Accordingly, they should demonstrate the required experience, skills, and commitment while also indicating how they can benefit from this program in ways that they have not experienced previously and are not likely to experience without the Humphrey program.

An applicant may be removed from consideration if he/she does not meet all of the technical eligibility requirements.

Ineligible applicants include recent university graduates, university teachers or academic researchers with no management responsibilities, individuals who have attended a graduate school in the United States for one academic year or more during the seven years prior to August of the grant year; and individuals with other recent U.S. experience (more than six months during the five years prior to August of the grant year). An applicant with resent third country experience, especially in developed countries, may have a less compelling need for Humphrey program than a candidate who has never had a significant professional stay abroad.
As per the guidelines of the J. William Fulbright Scholarship Board, local employees of U.S. Missions abroad who work for the U.S. Department of State and members of their families are ineligible for grants during the period of their employment and for one year following the termination of employment.

Individuals with dual U.S. citizenship or U.S. permanent resident status may not apply to the program, since they are ineligible for a J visa.Nature of the ProgramIt is essential that applicants have a clear understanding of the professional development component of the program (see below). If an applicant intends to pursue an advanced academic degree or to attend a specific university, he/she should not apply for the program. Applicants should also understand that Humphrey maintenance support might not enable them to maintain the standards of living they enjoy at home.Program Components

Academic placement in a non-degree program: the Humphrey program is not designed to lead to a degree. Rather, fellows pursue tailored study programs at participating host institutions. There is no provision for fellows to request placement at any particular university. Approximately 18 campuses have been selected through a competitive process to host fellows in groups with significant thematic and subject affinities. Each university is chosen based on institutional resources and the level of support and guidance it offers to the participants. Each campus has a designated faculty coordinator for academic and administrative support. Faculty advisors also assist fellows in pursuing balanced academic and professional programs.

Professional: A fellow's professional-development plan may include professional visits, conferences, and a professional affiliation (work attachment) which must be at least six weeks in duration. Early in the academic year, each fellow develops, with assistance from the local campus coordinator and faculty advisors, a plan for professional activities carefully geared to the fellow's need for relevant, practical professional experiences.ApplicationIIE will accept only electronic submissions of applications through embark system. The online application is available at: If you are unable to fill out the online application, contact the HHH Coordinator by email well before the deadline to make alternative arrangements.

Humphrey Program CoordinatorHHH ProgramOffice of Public Affairs,
 American Embassy686 Old Bagamoyo Road,
 MsasaniBox 9123Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. 
Voice: +255 22 229 4186Fax: +255 22 229 4722Email: drs_exchanges@state.govSelectionSelection for the Humphrey program is competitive. 

Nominated candidates must meet program qualifications, including demonstrated leadership ability/potential, a commitment to public service, a clear need for the program, and a well-developed program plan. Final results of the selection process will be available by April/May of 2015. 

Please submit only the 2015-2016 application forms to facilitate timely processing of the applications. The applications must include letters of recommendation, TOEFL scores if available, academic transcripts and English language translations of all non-English documents. For all applications including those by electronic submission, applicants still need to mail/hand-deliver certified true copies of all necessary documents as well as original signature pages of the application.

Application questions: responses should be drafted and completed by the applicant. Responses should provide detailed information about the applicant's plans for professional development and how they relate to the applicant's goals and Tanzania's needs. Independent review panelists rely heavily on the proposed program plan in evaluating the applicant's communications skills, his/her understanding of the Humphrey program, and the applicant's need for it. Independent review panelists are also keen to see clearly articulated evidence of commitment to public service by the applicant.

References: One reference form must be from the candidate's current employer. The employer should indicate how the Fellow's training would be utilized by the organization upon return and also confirm that the employee will be granted a leave of absence for the Fellowship's duration and that a position will be available upon return home. 

The second reference form should be from an individual who can comment significantly on the candidate from a different perspective: a university professor, professional mentor, or an associate if the candidate is involved in relevant community service or volunteer work. Personal friends, non-professional colleagues or family members are not acceptable references.

 Please submit no more than the two required references.

Substance Abuse Supplimentary Application Page: all applicants applying for fellowships in the field of substance abuse prevention and treatment should complete the special form for candidates in this field regardless of degree held, number of publications or research experience. Applicants in other fields should omit this page of the application.

Medical exams are not required as part of the application process. Medical evaluation forms are only to be completed after a candidate has been awarded a fellowship.

Visas And Travel: Please note that applications should be made in the full name of the applicant as it appears or will appear on his/her passport. This is to ensure easier handling of necessary paperwork for visas and travel if the applicant is selected.DependentsThe HHH fellowship stipend is not sufficient to support anyone but the grantee. Awards do not include an additional allowance for dependents. Please be advised that the cost of living in the United States is much higher than in Tanzania, if you are considering whether to have dependents join you in the U.S. Dependents may not accompany fellows to English language training. Fellows who wish to have family members join them during all or part of their fellowship year must receive prior approval from the U.S. host campus coordinator before IIE will issue a dependent DS-2019. Fellows may request permission for dependents to join them but must show proof of adequate personal funds to cover living expenses and dependents' health insurance. If these conditions are met, IIE will prepare and send by express mail to The American Embassy an individual DS 2019 form for each dependent to support his/her J-visa application. Dependents may not arrive until after fellows have submitted required documentation of personal funds to IIE. Health insurance for dependents is required and can cost 150-200 dollars per month per dependent. Failure to provide adequate dependent health insurance coverage is grounds for termination of the grant award. 

For more information, please email or write to:Humphrey Program CoordinatorHHH ProgramOffice of Public Affairs, American Embassy686 Old Bagamoyo Road, MsasaniBox 9123Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Voice: +255 22 229 4186Fax: +255 22 229 4722

Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) Program

The Public Affairs Section of the United States Embassy in Dar es Salaam is seeking qualified candidates for the Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) program. Online applications are now available starting March 25, 2015. Deadline for submitting applications will be no later than May 1, 2015. Only successful candidates will be called for interviews scheduled for mid-May, 2015.

The Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) Program is funded by the U.S. Department of State. Teaching Assistants are vetted through the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board. The program aims to strengthen U.S. foreign language instruction and promote mutual understanding by establishing a foreign language native speaker expertise on U.S. campuses. The program enables the teaching assistants to complete their home country pre-service training by engaging in non-degree studies at accredited post-secondary U.S. educational institutions while teaching one or two language courses. Additionally they serve as resource persons in conversation groups, cultural representatives, attendants in language laboratories, coordinators of extracurricular activities or supervisors of clubs and language houses.Selected teaching assistants will enjoy Fulbright status in the United Status. They are expected to teach their language/culture for up to 20 hours per week while taking two courses per semester. All FLTA's receive room and board, a monthly stipend, and tuition waiver for the required coursework, in addition to Fulbright immigration services. The Fulbright grant is for one academic year and is non-renewable.
The Institute of International Education (IIE) on behalf of Department of State, USA, would like to place several language teaching assistants at universities and colleges in the US as part of a strategic language initiative.
Kiswahili is one of the targeted languages. 
These teaching assistants would be Fulbright Scholars and are expected to teach their language/culture for up to 20 hours per week while taking two courses per semester. The grant is for one academic year and is non-renewable. The program is designed to have native language and cultural informants who are close in age to undergraduate students in the USA. Normally, FLTAs would teach:
  • beginning level or conversation courses
  • work in a language lab
  • animate a language table
  • organize cultural activities or have similar duties
Each institution assigns duties that will best meet the needs of their school's unique circumstances. 
Fulbright will pay for travel, health insurance and monthly maintenance of the selected candidates. Institutions where the FLTAs are placed provide tuition scholarships for the required coursework. The selection process for Tanzania is facilitated through the American Embassy in Dar es Salaam. 
Applicants must be teachers of English or in training to become teachers of English, and at minimum must possess the equivalent of a U.S. Bachelor's degree by June 1, 2016 to allow time to submit an official transcript prior to the start of the Fulbright FLTA Program and who are willing to travel without their dependants for one academic year. 
This is an excellent opportunity for young teachers in Tanzania. To apply, please refer to the requirements listed here, and if you qualify, apply throughonline application process. Three reference letters should be filled out by teachers or other professionals you have worked with, and submitted directly to the address below. Signature page should be submitted together with relevant certificates and transcripts to:Fulbright Program Coordinator, Fulbright FLTA program, 
Office of Public Affairs, 
American Embassy, 
686 Old Bagamoyo Rd. - Msasani, 
Box 9123, Dar es Salaam. 
Voice: 255 22 229 4813 
Fax:    255 22 229 4722
Office of Public Affairs, American Embassy, 686 Old Bagamoyo Rd. - Msasani, Box 9123, Dar es Salaam. Voice: 255 22 229 4813 Fax:    255 22 229 4722 
Email drs_exchanges@state.govPlease note that only short-listed applicants will be contacted for an interview. Also, only nominated candidates will be required to sit for the TOEFL exam and submit a medical report.

Disney International Consultancy

Disney International Consultancy

Job Vacancy: Director of Consultancy, Training and Research
Disney International Consultancy is looking for a dynamic, aggressive and mature person to fill the position of Director of Research, Training and Consultancy at our Company.
Job Description  
  • Assisting Managing Director in daily management of the Company staff at the Company
  • Supervising the application, processing and implementation of various consultancy, research and training at our company
  •  Writing expression of Interest, Request for Proposal, Filling Tenders and other associated documents for the company
  • Answering all letters for the Company
  • Negotiating with our clients on terms and condition of various consultancy works
  • Managing the quality of all consultancy of the Company
  • Doing other work as assigned by Managing Director
Experience and Qualification
We are looking for someone who has extensive experience in Training, research and Consultancy. The person should have the following experience.
  • Very experience in writing Expression of Interest, Request for proposal, preparing tender document and other associated task
  • Excellent Command of English language, both written and oral
  • Computer knowledge
  • Ethical and hardworking
  • Good negotiations skills,
  • Good Interpersonal skills
  • Up to date and willing to work extra hours to meet pressing deadline.
  • General knowledge of Consultancy industry
  • The person should be very mature, aggressive and interactive. 
  • Applicants should have more than 45 years of age
  • Very mature applicants (50+) who are at the end of their career or retired but still energetic will have added advantage.
Payment and other Benefit 
·         The payment of 700,000 TZS per month
·         2% of the Company revenue based on the won contract
Application Procedures
Please call: +255 22 2113822 or: +255 769 328614 strictly between 4 pm to 5pm to arrange for interview and dropping your CV
The deadline for application is 8th of May, 2015


  • Job Vacancy > Deputy Executive Director
    Location > Morogoro 
    Position Type > Full Time
    Organization Type >Company
  • SEGA Girls School

Application Deadline: 15 May 2015

Organization: Nurturing Minds in Africa
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 15 May 2015
Deputy Executive Director for Innovative Girls’ Education Organization in Tanzania Sought

Secondary Education for Girls’ Advancement (SEGA) in Morogoro, Tanzania seeks an entrepreneurial, committed Deputy Executive Director, to support the continued development of The SEGA Girls School, a secondary residential school for girls in Morogoro, Tanzania. The SEGA Girls Secondary School, now in its 6th year, provides quality academic, life skills and business education to 190 vulnerable girls from Standard VII through Form IV, with the overall purpose of empowering disadvantaged girls to change their lives. SEGA’s vision is to develop a financially self-sufficient, model school for educating Tanzanian girls; emphasizing leadership, social responsibility, and environmental care among its students.

With a successful track record in Tanzania and a supportive network of donors and supporters within USA and around the world, our aim is to become financially self-sufficient over the next 10 years through running our own profitable businesses on the school’s campus and other income generating strategies that will also provide learning opportunities for our students. We are seeking a candidate for Deputy Executive Director, who will become the next Executive Director after a hand-over period, with the following experience and attributes for this challenging and fulfilling post:

Qualifications and Experience

Bachelor’s degree in business administration, education, organizational development, or relevant field, Master’s degree preferred
A minimum of 5 years experience in management and leadership positions in Tanzania
Excellent managerial, organizational development, team-building and leadership skills
Excellent interpersonal communication skills and ability to interact with stakeholders of all nationalities and cultures
Personal Interests and Attributes

Values consistent with the mission of the organization—serving vulnerable girls through quality, relevant education and a ‘learning by doing’ approach in a safe setting
Committed to self-sustaining school goals
High integrity
Interest in and commitment to staff capacity building
Willingness to make a minimum commitment of 3 years (5 years preferred)
Position is open to international or Tanzanian candidates with significant exposure to working with people from other cultures; 5+ years experience in Tanzania preferred
Position Responsibilities

Builds a cohesive, effective team to plan and implement the school’s academic, leadership and business programs
Oversees the development of new campus businesses to reach financial self-sufficiency goals, supervising business staff, ensuring smooth running of those businesses
Takes a lead on fundraising and resources mobilization from sources within Tanzania; and participates in grant writing, along with partner organization in the US as needed
Oversees the continued development of the school and its programs, supervising the Headmistress and ensuring smooth running of the school
Effectively engages with an array of domestic and international institutional partners to fulfill mutual objectives
Oversees construction of new buildings
Develops a positive image with local community, donors, partners and other stakeholders
Shares learning at national scale to influence education policy
Responsible for budgeting, financial management, and ensuring use of funds as per plan, reporting regularly to donors


Interested Candidates should submit a cover letter, CV, and three references by May 15th to Founder/Director, Sega Girls School through APPLY NOW below



Monday, July 28, 2014


1. S4380/0052 Ally Mengi  (Nyerere Migoli HGK)
2. S4380/0066 Denis Yohanes Mapunda (Kwiro PCM)
3. S4380/0092 Immanuel Justine (Kwiro CBG)
4. S4380/0108 Mkola Yustini (Sadani CBG)
5. S4380/0115 Omary Salumu (Matema Beach EGM)
6. S4380/0117 Philipo Patrick (Kwiro PCB)
7. S4380/0119 Riziki Prime (Mwinyi CBG)
8. S4380/0129 Steven Kalinda (Kwiro CBG)
9. S4380/0009 Elizabeth Tatio (Mpanda Girls CBG)

Tuesday, December 24, 2013