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Job Vacancies at World Vision Tanzania February 2023

by Ajira

Vacancies World Vision Tanzania jobs 2023

World Vision Tanzania (WVT) (wvi.org/tanzania) started in 1981 and currently works with the Government of Tanzania as a strategic partner to deliver services in 16 regions of Kilimanjaro, Manyara, Arusha, Tanga, Morogoro, Dar es Salaam, Dodoma, Singida, Shinyanga, Simiyu, Tabora Kigoma, Kagera, Iringa, Lindi and Mtwara. WVT continues to have it operations in areas displaying high levels of vulnerability.

By 2025, WVT aims to contribute to the improved and sustainable wellbeing of 3.2 million children directly including the most vulnerable in Tanzania. This will be achieved through the following objectives: (i) Increase in children who are well nourished; (ii) Increase in primary school children who can read; (iii) Children report an increased awareness of God’s love and (iv) Increase in girls and boys protected from violence.

Job Tittle: Driver (2)

Key Responsibilities:

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

To drive all WVT Project vehicles as planned.

End Results

  • The safe arrival of passengers and goods
  • Timely arrival at the destination
  • The safe arrival of the vehicle
  • Safe drive to avoid causing accidents to other road users

Ensure that the general state of the vehicle has been regularly & timely checked (before and after use).

End Results

  • The vehicle is timely serviced
  • Well maintained vehicle
  • Well cleaned vehicle
  • Ensure the vehicle is always in good usable condition. The vehicle will be in roadworthy condition

Clerical services provision

End Results

  • Timely support to all project staff as legally planned
  • Support smooth and quick dispatch and delivery of documents between WVT and other stakeholders.
  • Timely delivery of payloads

Maintain Log Books

End Results

  • All mileage recorded should be those legally authorized
  • Mileage recording to the log book whenever refueling the vehicle
  • There will be a proper recording of mileage covered against fuel consumed
  • There will be a proper recording of mileage for normal service

Ensure all required documents to the vehicle are valid and safely kept, including insurance, road safety stickers, availability of tool kit, triangles, reflectors, fire extinguisher & first Aid Kit.

End Results

  • Timely replacement of vehicle-identified kits on their expiry (including first aid, fire extinguisher, etc)
  • There will be proper adherence to road traffic rules

Ensure all visitors sign the child protection forms as soon as they are picked up.

End Results

  • Explain the purpose of signing the child protection form to visitors before they sign
  • The timely signing of child protection forms for visitors on arrival

To ensure that the vehicle is not overloaded either by people or luggage

End Results

  • To increase the life span of the tires
  • Adherence to the traffic rules and regulations

Report any adverse observation of a vehicle to the Senior Transport Officer

End Results

  • The vehicle will be in roadworthy condition
  • To reduce the risk of accidents

Remind/advise the Senior Transport Officer on matters about services and repairs of vehicles

End Results

  • Adherence to the Planned Preventive Maintenance
  • The vehicles will be in roadworthy condition

Ensure that the vehicles are serviced as per the Planned Preventive Maintenance.

End Results

  • There will be safe arrival of both passengers and goods
  • The vehicle will be in roadworthy condition always
  • The lifespan of the vehicle will be increased

Adhere to WVT’s Vehicle Policy all the time

End Results

  • There will be no picking up people in the vehicle who are not authorized referring to the policy of the organization
  • There will be timely parking and allowed departure time of the WVT Project Vehicles unless legal permission is granted
  • There will be no overspeeding and therefore the reduction in accidents

Other duties as assigned by the employer

End Results

  • There will be smooth support on any other legal activities assigned to drivers

KNOWLEDGE/ QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE ROLE

Required Professional Experience

  • At least three years of experience as a driver
  • Safe driving record
  • Must be well acquainted with basic knowledge of vehicle parts and be able to diagnose vehicle-related faults in the first place.
  • Long-distance driving experience
  • Good oral communication ability.
  • Polite, easy-going, and able to work with various people and cultures.
  • Ability to work after normal working hours to transport staff/consultants to the airport and other locations.
  • Strong language capability in both Kiswahili and English.
  • Must be honest and demonstrate the highest degree of integrity.
  • Ability to write a work-related report.

 

The required license, registration, and certification

  • Valid class C (C1, C2, C3) driving license
  • Form Four with NIT Advanced Driving Certificate or VETA Advanced Driving Certificate

Travel and Work Environment Requirement

  • Work environment: Office-based with regular travel to the field
  • Travel: Domestic travel is required.

Physical Requirements

  • Physical and Mentality Fit

 

Language Requirements

  • Ability to communicate in English and good command of Kiswahili
  • A good relationship with other staff

 

KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIP; Contact (within WV or outside WV)

Reason for contact

  • Support service staff and Project staff

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Job Tittle: Complain Help Desk Assistant ( 4 Positions)

Key Responsibilities:

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES;

Accountability (Information Provision, Community Engagement/Consultation, Community Participation, Complaints, Feedback & Response Mechanism)-Beneficiaries oriented (50%)

  • Receives, records/documents and respond to all complaints mainly channeled via help desks and other channels (Feedback meeting, referral system, consultations etc) that are related to World Vision programs, commitments, or conduct, this can include Food, GBV, security, Peacebuilding & Child protection related issues.
  • Engage in daily pre-address speech/Pre-distribution meetings where key updates/information are being passed/communicated to beneficiaries.
  • Liaising: making a link between the beneficiary and the Distribution/Nutrition team at GFD and SFP respectively.
  • Ensuring that, all complaints and feedback that are not food aid or cash aid shall be referred to the relevant sectors/organization.
  • Provide a receipt to beneficiaries (refugees) for all complaints and feedback received.
  • Information dissemination: Participate in Providing information to beneficiaries on project activities (i.e. Nutrition/distribution program), about World Vision, and how to make a complaint.
  • Confirm beneficiary selection criteria (verification) and other program information provided by World Vision.
  • Pass non-sensitive feedback and complaints about World Vision’s activities to the WV staff on site (distribution staff on daily).
  • Collect complaints on sensitive issues related to World Vision’s program into a secure complaints box. World Vision will then investigate and follow up on complaints and feedback.
  • Provide information on other programs being executed by other organizations and services that exist in the area/Camp.
  • Supervising all CRM Committee members ie. Help Desk Committee members
  • Ensuring the help desk operates not only during distribution but also during pre and posts distribution.
  • Ensuring that notes/information boards is in place and information is updated and posted timely.
  • Take part in the training of committee members (FAC and CHD) and other stakeholders.

 

End Results

 

Functional Project Accountability System at field Level through; –

  • Timely receipt, records, and response to Beneficiaries’ feedback.
  • Flourished relationship between Staff and beneficiaries
  • Timely referral of non-food complaints/feedback to respective sector leads/agencies.
  • Informed communities about our programming (As per different studies/surveys held by the project and WFP).
  • Outstanding adherence to the Code of conduct by distribution staff.
  • Improved Litigation operation as a result of regular training for CHD and CRM committee members.

Accountability (Work-related) (30%)

  • Ensuring timely response to Complaints
  • Writing referrals: Channelling food un-related complaints to other agencies timely (within 24 working hours)
  • With collaboration with AME personnel periodically identify how the community would like/prefer to complain.
  • Ensuring and maintaining the confidentiality of all complaints received as well feedback issued to beneficiaries.
  • Ensuring availability of help desk banners during operation/distribution.
  • Treating beneficiaries and agency staff with fairness and equity, transparency, and a respectful manner at all times when working at the Help Desk.
  • Engaging the community in an appropriate and respectful manner, never raising false expectations.
  • Observing the Humanitarian code of conduct (i.e Do no Harm) and operating procedures.

 

End Results

  • 100 proportion of complaints were responded to before distribution came to an end.
  • 100% of referrals are processed on time.
  • Functional complaints/feedback channels as preferred by the community.
  • 100% confidentiality maintained.
  • Displayed Visibility (banners) all the time during the operations.
  • 100% adherence to the Help Desk Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Humanitarian code of Conduct Observed at 100%.

Reporting and Documentation. (15%)

  • Preparing and submitting CRM weekly or monthly Progress reports.
  • Prepare and reconcile cycle manual redemption report with Distribution Center Supervisors prior to submission to WFP.
  • Recording data into a paper-based format and filling data into the ODK platform daily during distribution.
  • Document every pre-distribution speech/meeting minute on a circle basis and ensure signed by both community and project representatives. Also, document every piece of information shared with communities.

End Results

  • Timely Submitted Reports
  • Reconciled Manual redemption report submitted to WFP
  • Presence of synchronized CRM data into ODK platform software two days after cycle accomplishment.
  • Documented minutes as evidence of what was communicated and signed by key participants i.e. project v/s Community side).

 

Other Duties: (5%)

  • Attend inter-agency help desks as assigned by his/her supervisor.
  • Representing the organization into camp level meetings and sharing feedback promptly (24 hours)
  • Participate in assessment exercises such as Beneficiary service satisfaction and Post Distribution monitoring (PDM).
  • To perform any other related duties as assigned by his/her designee.

End Results

  • 100% project representation in Inter-agency Help Desks and camp-level coordination meetings.

KNOWLEDGE/ QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE ROLE

Required Professional Experience

  • Knowledge of Database Management Tools (ODK software). MS Access, Ms Excel and SPSS.
  • At least 2 years experience in working with International NGOs with a relevant community focus
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with beneficiary communities, Government, and other stakeholders at the camp level
  • Experience in training and community consultation is highly desired.
  • Experience in facilitating focus group discussions with local communities and reporting.
  • Commitment to and understanding of international humanitarian standards, especially the Red Cross and Red Crescent Code of Conduct, Sphere, and the Humanitarian Accountability Partnership (HAP) Standard;
  • Ability to work in a cross-cultural context with people of various backgrounds;
  • Willingness to participate in chapel and group devotions; and Commitment to WV Core Values and Mission Statement

 

Required Education, training, license, registration, and certification

  • University Degree in Human resource, sociology, political science, business administration, or international development from a recognized University

 

Preferred Knowledge and Qualifications

  • Understanding the Android mobile platform is desirable.
  • Previous exposure to mobile hardware technologies is desirable.
  • Comfortable with learning the new software systems and running rudimentary system upgrades including compiling new software release
  • Experience in Humanitarian operations or disaster response.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Job Tittle: Security Officer

Key Responsibilities:

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Plan and coordinate security prior and during food distribution
  • Conduct security awareness to staff and affiliated
  • Supervise performance of the contracted security services provider
  • Ensure functionality of security equipment
  • Investigate and report security incidents timely
  • Prepare periodical security reports and ensure timely sharing
  • Provide security brief to visitors
  • Represent WVT in security forums and ensure effective with other security stakeholders in the camp

END RESULTS

  • Well planned and coordinated security
  • Improved knowledge among Staff on security aspects
  • Effective networking and agency well represented
  • Good performance by Contracted Vendor
  • Proper functionality of security equipment
  • Incidents are investigated properly and reported timely
  • Reports compiled and shared timely
  • Visitors briefed accordingly

KNOWLEDGE/QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE ROLE

Required Professional Experience

  • At least 5 years’ experience in a proven security field public or private institution
  • Experience in humanitarian is an added value
  • Has strong relating and networking skills
  • First aid qualified

Required Education, training, license, registration, and certification      

  • Degree in law, military or social science from a recognized institution
  • No previous criminal records

Physical Requirements 

  • Should be physically fit

Language Requirements            

  • English and Swahili

KEY WORKING RELATIONS

  • Police
  • MoHA

DECISION MAKING

  • Timely and concrete decision making

CORE COMPETENCIES

  • Be Safe and Resilient
  • Deliver Results
  • Build Relationships
  • Be Accountable
  • Learn and Develop
  • Improve and Innovate
  • Partner and Collaborate
  • Embrace Change

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Job Tittle: Assistant Security Officer

Key Responsibilities:

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Plan and coordinate security prior to and during food distribution
  • Conduct security awareness to staff and affiliated
  • Represent WVT in security forums and ensure effective with other security stakeholders in the camp
  • Supervise the performance of the contracted security services provider
  • Ensure functionality of security equipment
  • Investigate and report security incidents timely
  • Prepare periodical security reports and ensure timely sharing
  • Provide security brief to visitors

 

END RESULTS

  • Well-planned and coordinated security
  • Improved knowledge among Staff on security aspects
  • Effective networking and agency well represented
  • Good performance by Contracted Vendor
  • Proper functionality of security equipment
  • Incidents are investigated properly and reported timely
  • Reports compiled and shared timely
  • Visitors briefed accordingly

 

KNOWLEDGE/ QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE ROLE

Required Professional Experience

  • At least 5 years experience in a proven security field public or private institution
  • Experience in humanitarian is an added value
  • Has strong relating and networking skills
  • First aid qualified

 

Required Education, Training, License, Registration, and Certification

  • Degree in law, military or social science from a recognized institution
  • No previous criminal records

 

Physical Requirements

  • Should be physically fit

 

Language Requirements

  • English and Swahili

 

KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

  • Police
  • MoHA

 

DECISION MAKING

  • Timely and concrete decision making

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Job Tittle: Senior Commodities Officer

Key Responsibilities:

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

Activity

  • Ensure that food commodities are handled as per food handling standards and policies at both Extended Delivery Points and Final Distribution Points
  • Ensure excellent performance for all GFD, SFP, and Kitchen garden interventions for the Nduta camp
  • Develop a food distribution plan and ensure that it is shared with relevant stakeholders timely
  • Ensure that the right entitlement is provided to beneficiaries
  • Ensure effective networking with key stakeholders as well as proper attendance to camp meetings /forums accordingly
  • Compile quality periodical reports and share timely
  • Ensure proper management of organization resources assigned to camp activities
  • Provide supportive supervision to food handling staff

 

End Results

  • Standards adhered to and losses mitigated
  • Program Performance at an acceptable level
  • Quality reports are produced and shared timely
  • Efficiency stands at >90%
  • A healthy relationship with partners
  • Quality reports compiled and submitted
  • Resources well managed
  • Performance excellence

 

KNOWLEDGE/ QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE ROLE

Required Professional Experience

  • Three years experience in working with humanitarian operations,
  • Experience in a managerial position
  • Experience in handling commodities management
  • Experience in handling staff issues
  • Training in commodities management, response training, human resources management, and management.

 

Required Education, training, license, registration, and certification

  • Degree in Accountant, Procurement, Community Economy Development
  • Master Qualification is the added advantage

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Job tittle: Business Development officer (Local Resource Mobilization)

Key Responsibilities:

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

Support WVT to develop and diversify Local resource Mobilization. (40%)

  • Implement WVT Local Resource Mobilization Strategy that includes securing new, diverse, and additional resources for WVT in order to respond to WVT’s funding needs.
  • Conduct and develop a funding needs assessment for WVT.
  • Conducting research on potential local donors/partners such as trusts, foundations, companies, and high-net-worth individuals. This includes proactively identifying funding opportunities, as soon as or ideally before they become public knowledge and constantly scanning the horizon, networking and soliciting donor intelligence, and sharing information on donor profiles (policies, preferences, geographical focus).
  • Draft appealing proposals and concepts when needed to diverse sources, including local development partners, corporate, government philanthropists, and foundations.
  • Produce Local Resource Mobilization Plans as per stipulated periods and requirements. Includes close working relations with the Finance team in the development of appropriate investment required.
  • Identify funding opportunities from local donors including individuals, Private companies, corporate companies, government, foundations, and local agencies.
  • Strategically positioning WVT as a trusted brand to partners through intervention by using multi-media channels, national television, radio, newspapers, and online platform.
  • Ensure effective communication and act as the WVT’s focal point for resource mobilization and sustainability activities.
  • Work with Partnership and compliance managers to conduct Due diligence screening for recommended local donors to avoid accepting resources from unethical local companies, individuals, and corporate companies that engage in activities at odds with WVT organization values and mission.

 

END RESULTS

  • Increase of funding from different Local donor

 

Coordinate Local fundraising process and develop new ideas to attract local donors: (20%)

  • Developing, managing, and updating local donors of WVT databases to record their contacts and preference information; Maintaining a network of corporate contacts and effectively managing and maximizing these relationships.
  • Develop and Strengthen Partnerships for Joint Proposal Writing, especially with credible organizations in the country. Includes registering with relevant local fund-raising associations.
  • Working with the communication team to organize resource mobilization events, for example, Walk or run for water events.
  • Build staff capacity on local resource mobilization at all levels, including the development of tools and skills to aid staff in local resource mobilization. This will also include, internally building a case for Local Resource Mobilization by sensitizing staff on the proposition for mobilizing resources locally.
  • Maintain relations with donors and ensure they are consistently and timely informed on important operational Issues. This includes effective communication with the donor’s focal person and being WVT’s focal person for local resource mobilization and sustainability activities.
  • Map and engage strategic local partners in WVT area of competence.
  • Strengthening the WVT brand locally as a key enabler of local resource development
  • Acquire and maintain a pool of loyal donors for sustained program support
  • Ensure the growth amount of resources raised locally for effective program implementation
  • Working closely with the communication department to Increased WVT brand awareness locally, Increased the number of loyal donors (individuals and institutions), and Increased resources raised locally.
  • Working closely with the communication team to establish a vibrant media platform where WVT will showcase the essential work to local partners which will help WVT to raise resources.
  • Conducting assessment for the local fundraising to identify local opportunities.
  • Organizing the meeting with a priority of Local fund-raising context

 

End Results

  • Funding opportunities from local donors will be identified and raised.

 

Strategic communication, Engagement with stakeholders and Local Donors (20%)

  • Lead and manage fundraising communications campaigns, including the development of campaign plans.
  • Working close with the communication department to develop and implement the digital marketing strategy and communication plan for improved media visibility.
  • Production and delivery of collateral, campaign rollout, donation processing, reporting and donor care.
  • Oversee the development of a rich content library including but not limited to factsheets, videos, and personal. stories, statistics, infographics, images, and other materials for use in both online and offline collateral.
  • Develop, implement and drive organization-wide digital strategy, including the development of KPIs for Digital Marketing.
  • communications, social media, and website.
  • Lead development of channel strategies for communications via, website, social media and other digital channels.
  • Work with colleagues to develop strong integration between fundraising communications and relationship-based fundraising strategies.
  • Keep abreast of best practice developments in fundraising including researching and activating emerging channels, and active engagement of online media and influencers.
  • Ensure branding, brand guidelines and consistent tone and messaging are embedded throughout WVT marketing activities and external communications, to continue building national brand awareness.
  • Work with communication on designing, development and delivery of digital communications, including but not limited to the WVT website, digital communications (e-newsletters), and social media platforms
  • Develop and implement coordinated social media strategy and align messaging, content and tone with broader WVT key messages and media activity.
  • Deepen engagement with stakeholders and drive website traffic from social media, including but not limited to: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Vimeo
  • Identify influencers and new followers across social media channels and develop appropriate engagement strategies to leverage audience reach.
  • Work with the communication team to develop digital marketing activities and budget to maximize performance and ROI including Google Adwords, Google Grants, and other Social media advertising such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube
  • Coordinate the content creation, strategy, analysis, and reporting of the content produced and contribute to the creation of marketing & fundraising materials, brochures & publications.

 

End Results

  • WVT visibility and relationship with donors and stakeholders.

 

Prepare formal and informal reports for Local Donors’ activities and share them with management:(20%)

  • Provide reports and updates on fundraising activities and results to the management.
  • Manage the processes of donation, receipting, communication updates and responding to donors in a timely manner.
  • Keep and maintain records in the database and develop mechanisms to enable local grant tracking
  • Manage local grant acquittal and reporting for all funds received from different channels.
  • compliance with grant reporting requirements
  • Work closely with the Finance team to prepare acquittal reporting

 

End Results

  • The performance report will be produced and submitted to donors as well as Management.

 

KNOWLEDGE/ QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE ROLE

Required Professional Experience

  • Minimum 2 years of demonstrated experience in private sector engagement and developing fund-raising strategy
  • Experience in working with different media houses and social media engagement.
  • Resource mobilization, understanding of the development sector, and grants management.
  • A proven track record of fundraising from major donors, corporations and foundations.
  • At least 2 years experience in NGO Sector.
  • Proven competence in written and spoken English, Good writing and editorial skills.
  • Proven skills in developing and writing successful funding proposals
  • Have high energy, the confident presenter who is able to engage people and get them to commit
  • Funding/and or to partnering with WVT.
  • Strong organizational and time management skills. Also, very strong networking skills and excellent
  • Interpersonal relationship skills.

 

Required Education, training, license, registration, and certification

  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Science, Communication, Marketing, Public Relations, Journalism, Business Administration, or a related field will be regarded.
  • Demonstrated success in developing and implementing online and offline fundraising/marketing campaigns.

Preferred Knowledge and Qualifications

  • Excellent communication and presentation skills in English
  • Excellent presentation skills
  • Excellent coordination and planning skills
  • Report writing skills: Ability to write complex reports
  • Demonstrate high levels of integrity
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent team player with minimum supervision
  • Basic understanding of advocacy approaches and advocacy issues at local, national and international levels.
  • Significant experience in working with government officials, the private sector, and local donors
  • Ability to work on tight deadlines
  • Strong commitment to WV Values, Mission and Vision.

 

Travel and/or Work Environment Requirement

Complete Travel and/or Work Environment statements if applicable.

  • On call 20%. An office-based environment with frequent travel to the field and National Office in Arusha. Furthermore, the position requires the ability and willingness to travel domestically

 

Physical Requirements

  • Ability to inspire across a wide range of audiences and to communicate effectively.
  • Highly effective people management skills.
  • Working knowledge of programs/projects cycle management.
  • Ability to maintain effective working relationships with all staff and other key partners. Demonstrate leadership and team-building ability.
  • Ability to teach others.
  • Good planning and organizational skills

 

Language Requirements

  • Fluent in both Swahili and English languages

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Job Title: Information Management Assistant

Key Responsibilities:

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Capture waybills key information into the CTS system timely
  • Collect field data on a daily basis
  • Participate in periodic Physical Inventory
  • Participate in reports generation
  • Collect data relating to standards compliance at EDP and FDP
  • Attend meetings/Forums at the camp level as assigned by Supervisor

 

END RESULTS

  • Critical data captured into CTS timely
  • Field Data collected accordingly
  • Physical Inventory is undertaken precisely
  • Quality reports compiled and submitted
  • Compliance data collected and shared
  • Meetings attended

 

KNOWLEDGE/QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE ROLE

Required Professional Experience

  • Three years experience in working with humanitarian operations,
  • Experience in reporting and ICT
  • Experience in working for commodities programs

 

Required Education, training, license, registration, and certification

  • Training in commodities management, response training, information management, and ICT

Preferred Knowledge and Qualifications

  • Degree in Accountant, Procurement, Education, Information Communication, and Technology, master’s degree is an added advantage

Travel and/or Work Environment Requirement

  • Refugee camps

Physical Requirements

  • Should be physically fit

Language Requirements

  • Fluent in both Swahili and English languages

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: CLICK HERE TO APPLY

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