April 06, 2021

Job Opportunity at CPI Vietnam Plastic Limited Company, Export Sales Executive

CPI Vietnam Plastic Limited Company, Export Sales Executive

 Export Sales Executive at CPI Vietnam Plastic Limited Company

We are looking for Native Salesperson in Tanzania. We require the candidates with 1-2 year experience in Plastic Industry (Plastic raw materials).

Hopefully receive your CV at my email : [email protected]

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Job Opportunity at Telesecurity Co. LTD, Sales Representative

Job Opportunity at Telesecurity Co. LTD, Sales Representative

 TELESECURITY COMPANY LIMITED is among the leading Local Security Company, established in the early 2002, The company is based in Dar es salaam with Operational Branches in more than  Fifteen regions in Tanzania including Dodoma, Mwanza, Kilimanjaro, Morogoro, Mtwara, Shinyanga, Kigoma, Tanga, Lushoto, Arusha, Tabora, Singida, Iringa, Mbeya, Njombe and Zanzibar. The company has a vast experience in Physical security, Electronic security and other security services like Canine unit (KU), Money Escort, fire alarms, Electronic fence, Electronic gates, CCTV camera installation and monitoring as well as Intruder alarm and Car track systems.

In order to strengthen its operations the company is looking for a results-driven Sales Representative with excellent interpersonal skills to actively seek out and engage customerprospects.

Position: SALES REPRESENTATIVE

Reporting to: MARKETING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICER

Responsibilities: 

  • Present, promote and sell products/services using solid arguments to existing and prospective customers
  • Perform cost-benefit and needs analysis of existing/potential customers to meet their needs
  • Establish, develop and maintain positive business and customer relationships
  • Reach out to customer leads through cold calling
  • Expedite the resolution of customer problems and complaints to maximize satisfaction
  • Achieve agreed upon sales targets and outcomes within schedule
  • Coordinate sales effort with team members and other departments
  • Supply management with reports on customer needs, problems, interests, competitive activities, and potential for new products and services.
  • Debt Collections from the Customers who has a direct relationship with  a SRO
  • Liaise with external vendors to execute promotional events and campaigns
  • Undertake individual tasks of sales plan and targets as assigned
  • Any other task as directed by your Supervisor

Requirements: 

  • Diploma, Advance Diploma or Degree in Marketing, Sales and Marketing, Business Administration or its equivalent. 
  • Proven work experience as a Sales Representative
  • Excellent knowledge of  MS Office, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Highly motivated and target driven with a proven track record in sales
  • Excellent selling, negotiation and communication skills
  • Prioritizing, time management and organizational skills
  • Ability to create and deliver presentations tailored to the audience needs
  • Relationship management skills and openness to feedback
  • Driving License (Motorcycle & Vehicle) can be added advantag

Experience: At least 3 years of experience in the field of Sales and Marketing. The experience in Private Security Industry can be an added advantage.

Telesecurity Co. Ltd is an equal employer; women are more encouraged to apply

Job application procedure;

Interested applicants must send their resume along with a Cover letter to;           

Human Resource Manager,

Telesecurity Co. Ltd 

P.O. Box 75442 DSM

 or deliver your application to our office: Regent Estate Plot No. 42 Kibosho Close. Mikocheni

or email to: [email protected] and write the position you apply on the subject, Do not attach any Certificate in your application

Please note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for the interview.

Closing date for application is 7days from the date of this Advert.

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Job Opportunity at JSI Research And Training Institute Inc, Human-Centred Design Consultant


 inSupply Health

Human-Centred Design Consultant Terms of Reference

Period of Performance: 20 days (April 30 2021 - May 30, 2021)

Background:

JSI Research and Training Institute Inc (JSI R&T) in conjunction with inSupply Health Ltd, an independent regional advisory firm based in Nairobi pioneering new approaches to improve public health supply chains in East Africa. inSupply Health draws from the experience of its affiliation to JSI R&T. Our team of dynamic local consultants works closely with public and private sector clients to design optimized, responsive and resilient supply chain systems. JSI R&T and inSupply deploy systems that deliver essential health products such as antimalarial and HIV medications, vaccines and contraceptives in complex settings. We take proven methodologies from the commercial sector and adapt them to local conditions. We involve our clients closely in shaping their supply chains so they can own, implement and continuously improve their systems over the long term. We specialize in: developing supply chain maturity strategies, building organizational capacity for supply chains, designing and implementing data-driven, optimized supply chain systems and quantifying health commodity needs. JSI R&T and inSupply don’t just help our clients select the right technology for better supply chain management. We also invest in people and processes, helping to build a culture of data use and continuous improvement.

IMPACT Team Project Background

The IMPACT teams provide a structured and rigorous process for supply chain problem-solving. A system of interconnected teams, made up of people across functions and disciplines who meet routinely and are:

  • Trained to develop, interpret and set targets for key supply chain indicators, and use action oriented dashboards
  • Encouraged to follow a structured, problem-solving process
  • Empowered to use their data for operational and strategic decisions with ultimate goal of improving the performance of their supply chain

JSI R&T is currently implementing the IMPACT Teams approach in 3 districts in Tanzania (Sikonge, SingidaDC and Kigamboni). The IMPACT teams were envisaged to operate at four levels:

  •  At health facility level to meet monthly for operational actions and decisions; 
  • At district/council level to meet monthly for operational actions and decisions; 
  • At region level to meet quarterly for tactical and strategy actions and decisions; and
  • At the National level for strategy, policy and overall supply actions and decisions.

IMPACT Teams have been rolled out at both the regional, district/council and facility levels in Tanzania.  At the national level the team has not been operationalized.

There have been notable challenges around the implementation of the regional level IMPACT teams with the main one being around motivation for teams to hold their meetings and use the IMPACT team quality improvement process to contribute meaningfully to supply chain performance management and monitoring. Some teams have not been able to meet at all and the ones that are meeting have anchored their meetings on partner supported activities (Support and Monitoring activities) which is not sustainable nor does it demonstrate that the approach is valued. Another challenge experienced is teams not being able to identify the root causes of the problems as they do not have direct contact with the facilities where the actions take place. We conducted an internal deep dive assessment to identify the underlying challenges and key differences between the region and district level ITs. From that activity, we summarized the problem using the problem statement below.

Problem statement: The current IT design is better aligned to the job function and motivations for districts and facilities but doesn’t appear to meet the needs and motivators of the regional level. There is also a disconnect between these two levels of ITs in terms of communicating to each other; communication was intended to provide an avenue for escalation and feedback as well as connecting to the action plans, all of which are critical to the ITs to improve performance and decision making for the supply chain holistically across levels.

It is with this background that JSI R&T wants to conduct a HCD activity to generate insights that will help us redesign and improve our interaction with the Regional ITs.

Research Questions:

  1. What about the IT data, process or outputs could be adapted or redesigned to better suit regional needs around data consumption, data use, action planning and decision making (in the context of supply chain management and improving performance)

What are the data needs for the regional ITs? What decisions do they need to make and what data will support these decisions? 

What would motivate regional stakeholders to participate in IT meetings or use the IT process for decision making and SC performance improvement?

Is there a meeting frequency that would work regularly for them? 

If meetings are not the optimal method for consuming and using supply chain data what alternatives would encourage regional supply chain managers to regularly consume and use data

2. How should the regional and district ITs connect with each other, share information and escalate issues that may arise? 

3. How do the different levels of IMPACT Teams better coordinate or complement each other? 

4. What is the role of the regional IT visa vi district/council ITs? 

       (1)   action plan follow up

       (2)   communication 

      (3)   oversight/management      

5. What are the enablers that would support IMPACT team approach sustainability? 

6. What challenges would be a barrier to sustaining the IMPACT team approach and what are solutions for overcoming them? 

Who we are looking for:

JSI R&T is looking for a HCD Consultant to work with the JSI R&T and 

inSupply Health team to conduct HCD research and generate insights and prototypes to inform the re-design of the regional ITs. Our ideal candidate has 2-4 years experience with design research, understands the Tanzanian context, has some exposure to interviewing and working with MOHCDGEC and PORALG staff, is a flexible and adaptive thinker, is organized and productive and is able to work across a range of personalities. He/she is team oriented with a demonstrated ability to get things done, build and sustain momentum with activities and partners, and seeks robust, creative solutions to problems.

SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

The consultant’s responsibilities will include:

  1. Meet the JSI R&T and inSupply teams to get an overview of the IT approach and the tools used by ITs and summary of findings from our Adaptive Learning sessions  
  2. Review previous HCD work conducted for ITs including current role profiles, with a particular focus on Resource Ritah, Lucy Leader and Influencing Irene
  3. Review of the concept note and interview guides that were developed to refine/ ensure that they are aligned to answer the research questions
  4. Engage identified stakeholders in various regions and districts through interviews seeking to understand the needs, motivators, roles, pain points and motivation for the Regional ITs. The interviews will be conducted in 3 regions; Dar es salaam, Tabora and Singida (virtually with possible support from the JSI R&T and inSupply teams)

  • Conduct at least 6-9 interviews in total at the regional level (the regional Pharmacist, Regional Medical Officer (RMO) and the Regional Health Secretary)
  • Conduct at least 6 interviews in total at the district/council ITs (at least 2 in each of the selected area and can be a mix across different ITs)
  • Engage the team from JSI R&T and inSupply to process research, generate and summarize the insights, update existing personas and generate new ones as relevant, and develop prototypes that fit the regional level ITs

DELIVERABLES

  1. Inception report with a work plan detailing approach around consultation on the delivery of the assignment and confirmed recommendations for moving forward, based on consultation with the team
  2. Summary report of research findings with personas -- including specific updates to the Resource Ritah, Influencing Irene and Lucy Leader role profiles -- journey maps (if relevant) and key insights supported by data that can be used for prototyping and redesign.
  3. Ideation and prototyping workshop (possibly conducted virtually) with key stakeholders from JSI R&T and inSupply to co-create prototypes for the Regional level IT that will be used to guide our re-design of the Regional ITs and also guide the development of monthly briefs that will be shared with the ITs by JSI R&T and inSupply.  

This is a part-time consultancy based in and might include travel to some of the regions where we work in. 

HOW TO APPLY

Interested candidates should submit their proposal.

Email: [email protected]  

The deadline for submitting the application is 12th April 2021.

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April 05, 2021

Job Opportunities MWANZA at Buchosa District Council - Various Posts


 District Council Jobs

Government Job Opportunities Buchosa District Council April 2021, New Jobs Buchosa 2021, New Government Jobs 2021

Buchosa District council was established in September, 2015 under local government Act (District Authorities) of 2002. Cap.287 Section 8 and 9.

Transport

Mwanza Region is one of Tanzania's 31 administrative regions with a postcode number 33000.[2] The regional capital is Mwanza.  The neighboring regions are Geita to the west, Shinyanga to the south, and Simiyu to the east. Furthermore, Lake Victoria borders the region's north frontier.

The Mwanza Region is occupied by Four tribes include the Wasukuma, the Wakerewe, Wakara and Wazinza. Mwanza city's Makongoro Road is named after a prominent Sukuma chief who controlled the area in the late 1800s. Under British rule, the region was one district in the Lake Province, which became the Lake Region after independence. In 1963, the Mwanza Region was created.  The Wasukuma tribe is the major tribe occupying the Mwanza Region, though other regions that are occupied by Wasukuma include the Shinyanga Region, Geita Region and Simiyu region.

New Government Job Vacancies MWANZA at Buchosa District Council April, 2021

Today we announce jobs at Buchosa District Council. Read carefully all currently available jobs descriptions by downloading PDF File attached....

 Follow link below for full job details and application in PDF file attached...

Deadline: 15th April, 2021.

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4 Government Job Opportunities LINDI at Liwale District Council - Various Posts


 District Council Jobs

Government Job Opportunities Liwale District Council April 2021, New Jobs Liwale 2021, New Government Jobs 2021

Liwale District Council was officially established on July 7, 1975 after being disbanded from Nachingwea due to the size of Nachingwea District. Prior to that, Liwale District was a Nachingwea District Division from 1961. Also in 1975, the District became the official Electoral Constituency where the first Member of Parliament was the Retired Prime Minister Rashid Mfaume Kawawa.

 

After being disbanded from Nachingwea, Liwale District has been one of the non-constituent councils of Lindi region; this includes Kilwa, Lindi, Ruangwa, Nachingwea and Lindi Municipal District Councils..

 

Liwale District Council was a Council by 1984. It became a Local Government Authority which had full powers as defined in the 1982 Establishment Act.

New Government Job Vacancies LINDI at Liwale District Council April, 2021

Today we announce jobs at Liwale District Council. Read carefully all currently available jobs descriptions by downloading PDF File attached....

Follow link below for full job details and application in PDF file attached...

Deadline: 15th April, 2021.

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Job Opportunity at DART, Supplies Officer

Job Opportunity at DART, Supplies Officer

 Supplies Officer

Ref. No. AB.186/358/01/19

TRANSFER VACANCIES.

Dar Rapid Transit (DART) would like to invite applications from suitably qualified Public Servant who are interested to join DART through a transfer as follows:-

Supplies Officer one post (1)

Holder of Bachelor Degree or Advanced Diploma in Procurement and Supplies, Materials Management, Logistics Management, Business Administration (majoring in Procurement), or equivalent qualification from recognized Institution. Who holds CPSP (T) or equivalent professional The candidate must be registered with PSPTB as authorized Procurement and Supplies professional with working experience of at least four (6) years in related field. He/she must be computer literate.

Salary scale TGS 1

Important Requirements.

  • An applicant must be a Public Servant;
  • A signed letter should be written in English;
  • Applicant should channel their application letter through their current employers;
  • Applicant should attach with an up to date CV;
  • Applicant should attach certified certificates, transcripts and birth certificates;
  • Certificates from foreign Universities/colleges must be verified by TCU;
  • Certificate from foreign Secondary School should be having equivalent score from NECTA;
  • Applicants should indicate their willingness and commitment to cover the transfer costs;
  • Only successful applicants will be contacted for further procedures.

Interested Public Servant should submit their application to the following:

Chief Executive Officer,

Dar Rapid Transit Agency (DART),

P.O. BOX 724,

DAR ES SALAAM.

The deadline for submitting the application is 11 April 202

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Job Opportunity at DART, Accountant Officer II

 

Job Opportunity at DART, Accountant Officer II
Accountant Officer II  

Ref. No. AB.186/358/01/19

 TRANSFER VACANCIES.

Dar Rapid Transit (DART) would like to invite applications from suitably qualified Public Servant who are interested to join DART through a transfer as follows:-

Accountant Officer II one post (1)

Holders of Bachelor Degree or Advanced Diploma in Accountancy, Business Administration (Majoring in Accountancy), Commerce, Finance or equivalent qualifications from a recognized institution with at least 3 years working experience who have attained CPA (T), ACCA, ACA or equivalent professional qualifications recognized by

Salary scale TGS 1

Important Requirements.

An applicant must be a Public Servant;

A signed letter should be written in English;

Applicant should channel their application letter through their current employers;

Applicant should attach with an up to date CV;

Applicant should attach certified certificates, transcripts and birth certificates;

Certificates from foreign Universities/colleges must be verified by TCU;

Certificate from foreign Secondary School should be having equivalent score from NECTA;

Applicants should indicate their willingness and commitment to cover the transfer costs;

Only successful applicants will be contacted for further procedures.

Interested Public Servant should submit their application to the following:

Chief Executive Officer,

Dar Rapid Transit Agency (DART),

P.O. BOX 724,

DAR ES SALAAM.

The deadline for submitting the application is 11 April 2021

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Various Jobs at Buchosa District Council

Jobs at Buchosa District Council

 Msaidizi wa Kumbukumbu II at Buchosa District Council April, 2021. The head office of Buchosa District Council is located in Nyehunge town, the District Council has 1 Constituency known as Buchosa, 2 Divisions, 21 Wards.

Msaidizi wa Kumbukumbu II at Buchosa District Council April, 2021

The deadline for submitting the application is 15 April 2021

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April 04, 2021

4 New Government Job Opportunities SINGIDA at IKUNGI District Council - Various Posts


 District Council Jobs

Government Job Opportunities IKUNGI District Council April 2021, New Jobs Ikungi 2021, New Government Jobs 2021

Ikungi District is one of the six districts of the Singida Region of Tanzania. It is one of the 20 new districts that were formed in Tanzania since 2010; it was split off from Singida Rural District. Ikungi District is bordered to the north by Iramba District, Singida Urban District and Singida Rural District, to the east by Manyara Region, to the south by Manyoni District and to the west by Tabora Region. Its administrative seat is the town of Ikungi.

According to the 2012 Tanzania National Census, the population of Ikungi District was 272,959.

Transport

Paved trunk road T3 from Morogoro to the Rwandan border passes through the district.

The Singida branch of the Central Railway of Tanzanian Railways passes through the district. There is a station at Ikungi town.

Administrative subdivisions

As of 2012, Ikungi District was administratively divided into 26 wards.

Wards

2002The Singida Rural District was administratively divided into 30 wards....


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Deadline: 10th April, 2021.

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March 28, 2021

How To Stop Smelly Feet

How To Stop Smelly Feet

 Foot odour is considered to be a slightly embarrassing problem, but the truth is that more people deal with smelly feet than you can imagine. There can be dozens of reasons for foot odour, but there are also plenty of ways to stop them. Here is how!

1. Shoes And Socks

Needless to say, your shoes and socks need to be absolutely clean and dry when you are wearing them to prevent smelly feet. Moreover, it can be a good idea to alternate your shoes, meaning you should wear one pair of footwear only every other day and wear another pair on alternate days. This will allow your shoes to fully dry and not develop as much odour.

Ideally, both your shows and your socks need to be made from natural materials, while synthetics and plastics will inevitably contribute to your foot odour problem. It goes without saying that you need to change your socks once a day, but if your feet are particularly smelly, you may have a spare pair of clean socks with you at all times and change them in the middle of the day.


2. Hygiene

Hygiene is extremely important when you are working on the smelly feet issue. We have no doubts that you are taking good care of your feet, but just in case you want to brush up on your foot hygiene knowledge, here are some helpful tips:

  • Don’t just rely on shower to keep your feet clean. Wash your feet with your hands and some soap, and use a brush to give your feet a more thorough cleaning once every few days.
  • Make sure to dry your feet completely before bed or before putting on your socks and shoes. Moisture in your feet leads to growing bacteria and developing an odour. You can also rub your feet with a small quantity of rubbing alcohol to fully dry them.
  • Use a foot file to remove dead skin cells and rough skin from your feet. Bacteria develop in those areas faster than in other parts of your body and will easily lead to a bad smell.
  • Antifungal and antibacterial soaps, sprays, and creams can be an effective solution against smelly feet even if you don’t visibly suffer from any fungus or bacterial problems.
  • Remember to always keep your toenails trimmed and clean the dirt from underneath them when necessary. The areas under your nails can contribute to smelly feet when they are not clean enough.

3. Additional Tips

  • Proper hygiene is the number one condition on your way to minimizing the odour, but it’s not the only way to keep your feet smelling nice. Here are a few other things you can do to improve the smell of your feet:
  • There are special foot deodorants that you can spray onto your feet to give them a fresh feel. If you don’t have a foot deodorant at hand but want to quickly refresh the smell, you can use your regular spray deodorant. In case you need to prevent your feet from sweating during an important event, you can apply some antiperspirant.
  • Using a foot scrub or a pumice stone once or twice a week will help you get rid of dry skin on your feet, making them less prone to develop smelly bacteria and making your feet look good as a bonus.
  • Soaking your feet may be an effective solution against foot odour. You can soak your feet in water with a splash of vinegar, tea tree oil, your favourite essential oil, salt, or even mouthwash.

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