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1.   Program Officer - Secure Livelihoods    
Category:
Location:
Employment Type:
Full-Time
Pay:
Gross pay of Tsh.1900000
Summary:
You will work with the Secure Livelihood Program to develop and manage our secure livelihood program in the field of improving value chain and market approach in Agriculture, promoting Business Development Services (BDS), Small and medium Enterprises(SMEs) and Microfinance

You will be mainly in charge in managing the recruitment and selection of volunteers and following up their work together with our partners. 

Description:
Key Duties:

The duties mentioned here below are informative only. The Secure Livelihood programme officer will be a key member of adynamic team and we therefore expect the candidate to be flexible

1. Programme Work.
1.      Work with the secure livelihood programme manager to manage the secure livelihood program (strategy elaboration, partner’s identification…)

2.      Identify the partners needs and prepare volunteers placement documents

3.      Work closely with Volunteer Programme Advisers at the Recruitment Bases

4.      Assist the Programme Manager with Programme and Partnership and placement  Review

5.      Work closely with the  program manager to identify funding opportunities and writing funding proposals


6.      Manage Secure Livelihood Sector  specific projects

7.      Work with the finance team to ensure that budget is done and monitored accordingly

8.      Network with a variety of stakeholders at national and local level to promote the work of VSO.

9.      Liaise with other members of the VSO programme team to ensure VSO’s holistic approach and coordination

2. Volunteer and Partnership Management.

  1. Conduct at least two visits per year to each region where sector volunteers are placed to meet with partners and volunteers.

  1. Participate in volunteer orientation, training and other activities as required.

  1. Take appropriate action to ensure volunteers’ safety at all times and especially in times of civil, military or natural disturbances.



3.         General duties :

1.      take the  lead in emergencies as required.

2.      As and when required manage cover for colleagues.

3.      As and when required take on additional duties as instructed by line manager or CD.

4.      Record and reflect on learning arising from practice and be prepared to share this with both the sector and wider VSO teams.
5.      Participate in regular supervisions, annual appraisals and any staff development identified.
6.      Liaise with programme support team to ensure that secure livelihood programme success stories are documented and shared on VSO intranet and external communications tools.
7.      Contribute to VSO Global initiatives and campaigns.
Requirements:

Essential
Desirable
Skills and experience
At least 3 years’ secure livelihood work experience within a complex organisation.
Handling a heavy workload
Prioritisation and time management
Excellent written and verbal communication, fluent in English
Confident Computer user (Windows, Excel, Word, Outlook and Internet) and ability to problem solve IT issues and willingness to develop these skills.
Proven ability to problem solve and to deal with people from a variety of cultural and national backgrounds.
Experience in working at the multicultural environment.

IT qualification.

Experience in working with volunteers
Knowledge/ Qualifications
University degree in agriculture, agri-business, or any other relevant qualification combined with experience in the private sector development/SMEs promotion


Knowledge of working and managing Agriculture  and SMEs Projects

Knowledge and experience in fundraising and proposal writing
Personal qualities
A positive and professional attitude towards working to the expected VSO International standards.
Proven interpersonal skills
Flexibility to adapt to new situations and people
Tact, tolerance and patience in dealing with others
Ability to work effectively under pressure
Ability to work both independently and as a team member
Ability to work on own initiative, prioritise and meet deadlines.
Attention to detail
Systematic approach to problem solving
Willingness to develop own learning.
Willingness to develop understanding of mainstreaming Gender and HIV and AIDS.



Circumstances
Able to travel and spend time away from base 3months in any one-year.
Prepared to work occasionally long and flexible hours




Job ID:
43046
Date Posted:
22 December 2011
Closing Date:
19 January 2012


Contact Info:

VSO
Country Director,
VSO Tanzania
P.O.Box 6297
Dar Es Salaam
2.   Driver    

Category:
Location:
Employment Type:
Full-Time
Pay:
Gross pay of Tsh.330,000

Summary:
To undertake driving duties on behalf of VSO Tanzania and provide general administrative support to the office.

Description:
1. Driving and logistics
  • Undertake driving duties, either around Dar es salaam or during Programme Staff tours in the regions as directed by the Program Support Manager.
  • Run errands around Dar es salaam as requested by the Program Support Manager.
  • Ensure vehicle and motor bike maintenance is carried out regularly when required and deal with fuel efficiency and private mileage on a monthly basis and submit to Program Support Manager.

2. Admin assistance
  • Organise all aspects of collection and delivery of post, including courier deliveries
  • Deal with VAT and any other exemptions required by the office for purchases of items eg. Stationery, hotel accommodation, hire of venues, motorbikes, vehicles and other supplies.

4. Other duties
  • Perform any other relevant duties as may be requested by the line manager.
  • Take part in VSO Tanzania meetings and other events when required.

Requirements:
At least 3 years’ work experience within a complex organisation.
Handling a heavy workload
Prioritisation and time management
Proven ability to problem solve and to deal with people from a variety of cultural and national backgrounds.
Experience in working at the multicultural environment.
clean driving licence


Job ID:
43047
Date Posted:
22 December 2011
Closing Date:
19 January 2012


Contact Info:

VSO
Country Director,
VSO Tanzania
P. O. Box 6297,
Dar Es Salaam






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