Thursday, November 8, 2018

Jobs in Tanzania: Driver at UNDP November, 2018

Jobs in Tanzania: Driver at UNDP November, 2018
Agency: UNDP
Title: Driver - Kigoma JointProgramme
Job ID: 19334
Vacancy End Date: 20/11/2018

The UN Joint Programme (JP) for Kigoma takes its base in the UNDAP II, the UN Development Assistance Plan for Tanzania, but also the Sustainable Development Goals and the Great Lakes Regional Framework strategy, as well as the Tanzania Government's 5-year plan and the regional priorities for Kigoma. Nafasi za kazi

The JP consists of the 6 themes of energy and sustainable environment, youth and women's economic empowerment, violence against women and children, education with a focus on girls and adolescent girls, WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) and agriculture and being implemented mainly in Kakonko, Kibondo, Kasulu DC, Kasulu TC AND Uvinza (for WASH and Agriculture). The programme is currently being funded by Norwegian Government, KOICA and core funds from UN Agencies. 

The Program Area Development Coordinator has a small supporting team which consists of UN Coordination Analyst as well as two national UN Volunteers. UN Resident Coordinator’s office therefore seeks to recruit a driver who will support the coordination of the program as well as support agencies which are not based in the region.
Under the guidance and supervision of the UN Area Development Coordinator the driver provides reliable and safe driving services ensuring high accuracy of work.  The driver will demonstrate a client-oriented approach, high sense of responsibility, courtesy, tact and the ability to work with people of different national and cultural backgrounds.

Required Skills and Experience
Secondary Education supplemented with a Certificate from a Technical/Vocational School. Valid driving license – Class “C”.

Minimum three years’ work experience as a driver in a recognized institution with a safe driving record, 
Adept in national driving rules and regulations;
Skills in minor vehicle repair and mechanics; Nafasi za ajira

Basic computer literacy as an added advantage;
Experience with UN or diplomatic or Government organizations is an added advantage;
Experience in the rural areas in Tanzania region is an added advantage. 

Language Requirements:
Fluency in English and Kiswahili languages.

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