VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT IN TANZANIA
This article will guide you to a successful place where job opportunities in Tanzania have been posted everyday.
About Jobs In Tanzania
Job in Tanzania has been a serious challenge for decades. Many Tanzanians are struggling to find both skilled and Unskilled jobs in Tanzania.
In Tanzania, jobs have been categorized into 9 major groups. (NBS doc)
MAJOR GROUPS (ONE DIGIT)
MAJOR GROUP 1
LEGISLATORS, ADMINISTRATORS AND MANAGERS
MAJOR GROUP 2
MAJOR GROUP 3
TECHNICIANS AND ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS
MAJOR GROUP 4
MAJOR GROUP 5
SERVICE WORKERS AND SHOP SALES WORKERS
SKILLED AGRICULTURAL AND FISHERY WORKERS
MAJOR GROUP 7
CRAFT AND RELATED WORKERS
MAJOR GROUP 8
PLANT AND MACHINE OPERATORS AND
MAJOR GROUP 9
New Job opportunities in Tanzania
New job vacancies in Tanzania are in everyday.
Youth in Tanzania almost invariably hope to get salaried jobs after graduating from colleges and universities.
But even the few who venture into self-employment – usually doing so by starting income-generating activities of their own – also find it difficult to progress much, partly due to unmitigated bureaucracy.
According to a recent United Nations report, one-third of Africa’s 420 million youth aged 15 to 35 are currently unemployed.
Experts who attended a meeting organised by the UN Economic Commission for Africa concluded that African governments are the main cause of their own economic failures.
The experts observed that youth who do not seek salaried jobs still find it difficult to establish companies due to really unnecessary bureaucratic requirements.
Barriers which prevent African youth from establishing income-generating activities include lack of financing, lengthy numerous procedures and predatory taxation systems, including those for startups.
3 Fast Ways to Find New Job opportunities in Tanzania
Below is a quick guide on how to find new job updates in Tanzania.
1. Register to Ajira Portal Tanzania
How to apply for a job in Ajira Portal
The applicant should create account in the recruitment portal and activate it
Applicant should read and understand the advertisement before applying for the job.
Applicants should indicate the position he/she is applying for on the head of the cover letter
Applicant should remember to attach all necessary documents (academics certificates).
Submit your application letter and you will be notified on your successful or failure of your application
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After having an email address and Register to recruitment portal applicants should activate his/her account and fill all information needed (Personal Details) effectively as shown in the following stages;
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GENERAL CONDITIONS FOR APPLICANTS
i. All applicants must be Citizens of Tanzania and not above 45 years old, however, should also observe the age limit for each position where indicated.
ii. Applicants must attach an up-to-date current Curriculum Vitae (CV) having reliable contact, postal address, e-mail and telephone numbers.
iii. Applicants should apply on the strength of the information given in the advertisement.
iv. The title of the position and institution applied for should be written in the subject of the application letter; short of which will make the application invalid.
v. Applicants must attach their detailed relevant certified copies of Academic certificates:
– Postgraduate/Degree/Advanced Diploma/Diploma/Certificates.
– Postgraduate/Degree/Advanced Diploma/Diploma transcripts.
– Form IV and Form VI National Examination Certificates.
– Professional certificates from respective boards
– One recent passport size picture and birth certificate.
vi. FORM IV AND FORM VI RESULTS SLIPS ARE STRICTLY NOT ACCEPTED
vii. Testimonials, Partial transcripts and results slips will NOT be accepted.
viii. Presentation of forged academic certificates and other information in the CV will necessitate to legal action
ix. Applicants for senior positions currently employed in the public service should route their application letters through their respective employers.
x. Applicants for entry levels currently employed in the Public Service should not apply, they have to adhere to Government Circular Na. CAC. 45/257/01/D/140 dated 30th November 2010.
xi. Applicants who have/were retired from the Public Service for whatever reason should not apply.
xii. Applicants should indicate three reputable referees with their reliable contacts.
xiii. Certificates from foreign examination bodies for ordinary or advanced level education should be certified by The National Examination Council of Tanzania (NECTA)
xiv. Certificates from foreign Universities should be verified by The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU)
xv. Applicants with special needs/case (disability) are supposed to indicate
xvi. Women are highly encouraged to apply
xvii Application letters should be written in English or Swahili
NIDA ALSO REQUARED ON YOUR APPLICATION
2. Turn On Google Job Alert
Click on this link then turn on job alerts
3. Visit reliable job posting blogs
Developing Innovation Key in Creating Jobs
GOVERNMENT’s efforts to develop and improve policies on science and technology contribute to motivating innovations among youth and creating more jobs.
This was noted by a representative of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Mr Kelvin Robert, at an event in Dar es Salaam to launch a centre called ‘Eco Hub’.
Apart from promoting innovations, the Eco Hub will support poor individuals with domestic items such as clothes as well as learning materials like books.
Mr Robert said if youth are developed in the field of innovation they can do great things and manage to create their jobs and employ others.
HOW TANZANIA CAN INDUSTRIALISE
Tanzania has been struggling to industrialise over the decades, and the hurdles to this elusive endeavour are well documented.
They include being left behind in technological advancement, widespread poverty, inadequate infrastructure, a long-standing skills gap and poor governance.
Although Tanzania has come a long way since the early days of independence in the 1960s, the country is still lagging far behind the rest of the world as far as industrialisation is concerned.
Indeed, this country, Tanzania, was on the same economic development level as South Korea, Singapore and other so-called Asian Tigers, which are now economic powerhouses with global influence.
There have been many wasted opportunities along the way, but all is not lost. Tanzania can industrialise and catch up with other countries, although this will take time.
To industrialise, Tanzania country must put in place favourable investment environments and invest heavily in education and infrastructure development, among other requirements.
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