Wednesday, July 19, 2017

PROGRAM OFFICER AT THE EMBASSY OF SWEDEN-TANZANIA, JULY 2017

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In the area of the educations Sweden will contribute in ensuring that the more girls are acquire basic knowledge skills in school and then the quality of primary and secondary educations is improved Sweden will contribute to strengthening incisive for girls participations in educations and creating opportunities for pupils with disabilities to go to school.  Sweden is also the grant agent for GPE IN Zanzibar and Tanzania Mainland. This position will primarily focus on the Programme  for the Zanzibar but works as an integrated expert in the educations group

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Management of agreement on development cooperation’s with the government and other partners in the area of educations focusing on the GPE grant including
i.    Assessment of potential programmer or projects
ii.    Follow-up of an agreement with partnership including dialogue negotiations
iii.    Finalizing and evaluating programme and projects
iv.    Contribute to the planning, follow up and reporting of the Embassy


QUALIFICATIONS
•    Master’s degree in public  financial management or programme in education or related field
•    Excellent command of written and spoken English and Kiswahili
•    At least 5 years working  of professional experience
•    Strong ability to write concise  and Cleary structure reports articles
•    Knowledge of the Tanzania public financial management systems
•    Team player with ability to cooperate, listen  and communicate with colleagues and external partners
•    Ability to represent and pursue  Swedish, policies and positions

If you are interested in this existing and career rewarding opportunity email us your CV, Maximum 5 pages and one page of applications letter explaining you’re suitably for the job. Do not include your certificates GPE in your email subject line
Deadline is 28th July 2017

EXECUTIVE SEARCH & SELECTION DIVISION,
PROSPECT AFRICA LIMITED
P.O. BOX 75124,
DAR ES SALAAM
EMAIL recruitment@prospect-africa.com 

Source the Guardian 18 July, 2017