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Nafasi 155 za Kazi UTUMISHI (MOI, VETA & KEC), Mwisho wa Kutuma Maombi ni Tarehe 13 July, 2018

UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA
PRESIDENT’S OFFICE
PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT
Ref.No.EA.7/96/01/J/155 30th June, 2018

VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT
On behalf of Muhimbili Orthopaedic Institute (MOI), Vocational Education and Training
Authority (VETA) and Education Centre (KEC), Public Service Recruitment Secretariat
invites qualified Tanzanians to fill 155 vacant posts as mentioned below;

1.0MUHIMBILI ORTHOPAEDIC INSTITUTE (MOI)
The Muhimbili Orthopaedic Institute (MOI) is an autonomous institute established
through an Act of Parliament No.7 of 1996 with main objective of providing primary
secondary and tertiary care for preventive and curative health services in the field of
Orthopaedic, Traumatology and Neurosurgery as well as being role model of efficient
Hospital Management in Tanzania. The Institute is also involved in human resources
development for the nation and also carries out research in these fields with the view of
developing cheaper ways of treatment for patients and reducing invalidity to members of
the community.

1.1PHYSIOTHERAPY OFFICER II - 4 POSTS

1.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Contributing ideas to primary and secondary prevention of functional disabilities.
ii. Identifying predisposing factors to disabilities at homes, schools and working
environment.
iii. Executing treatment plans for patients.
iv. Participating in PHC programmes.
v. Treating patients through physiotherapy techniques.
vi. Conducting health education program to inpatients and outpatients.
vii. Keeping and maintaining patient’s records.
viii. Conducting training and awareness of primary and secondary prevention of
functional impairment of disabilities to paramedical staff and community.
ix. Ensure that there is an adherence to standard operating procedure and MOI
business process.
x. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
superior and any other related authority of the Institute.
1.1.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor of Science in physiotherapy or its equivalent from any
recognized Institutions.
 Must have Computer skills
1.1.3 REMUNERATION
 Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institute’s salary scale –
PMGSS 5

1.2MEDICAL DOCTOR II - 10 POSTS

1.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Attending in and out patients.
ii. Attending emergency medical duties.
iii. Carrying out investigations of admitted patients.
iv. Ensuring that prescribed instructions are carried out.
v. Conducting minor operations.
vi. Assisting Surgeons at operations.
vii. Carrying out service and participating in major ward rounds.
viii. Supervising medical students and interns in clinical duties.
ix. Ensuring that patients are properly prepared for surgery.
x. Participating fully in morning clinical sessions, patient presentation and journal
clubs.
xi. Participating in research activities.
xii. Ensure adherence to standard operating procedure and MOI business process.
xiii. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
superior and any other related authority of the Institute.

1.2.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree or MBCHB or its equivalent. Must have
completed one year Internship and be registered by the Medical council of
Tanganyika.
 Must have Computer skills

1.2.3 REMUNERATION
 Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institute’s
salary scale – PMGSS 8

1.3ASSISTANT NURSING OFFICER II - 5 POSTS

1.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Taking general nursing care of patients
ii. Collecting essential medical data.
iii. Educating patients on their health problems.
iv. Adhering to the rules and regulations of DDA.
v. Administering drugs and other treatments as prescribed by medical doctors.
vi. Giving health education to patients and their relatives
vii. Conducting ward rounds
viii. Counseling patients.
ix. Making follow-ups of working equipment in his/her working area.
x. Ensure adherence to standard operating procedure and MOI business process.
xi. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
superior and any other related authority of the Institute.

1.3.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

i. Diploma in Nursing or relevant field and be registered by the Tanzania Nurses
and Midwifery Council.
ii. Must have Computer skills

1.3.3 REMUNERATION
 Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institute’s salary scale –
PMGSS 4

1.4ORTHOPAEDIC TECHNOLOGIST II - 1 POST

1.4.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Advising patients and doctors on related technological issues.
ii. Keeping and maintaining patients’ records.
iii. Making casts and taking measurement as instructed.
iv. Fabricating various related appliances.
v. Fitting of patients under the supervision and modification of defective appliance
with the guidance of superior staff.
vi. Examining patient before undertaking treatment.
vii. Advising patients on how to use and maintain artificial limbs and body support
devices.
viii. Ensure adherence to standard operating procedure and MOI business process.
ix. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
superior and any other related authority of the Institute.

1.4.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
i. Diploma in Orthotics/Prosthetic or relevant field from any recognized Institution.
S/he must be registered by the respective Regulatory Board/Council.
ii. Must have Computer skills
1.4.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institute’s salary scale –
PMGSS 3

1.5HEALTH ATTENDANT II - 10 POSTS

1.5.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Carrying out general cleaning of wards and its surroundings.
ii. Giving bed bath to bed ridden patients.
iii. Providing and removing bedpans and urinal bottles.
iv. Feeding patients.
v. Colleting patients’ linen for laundry services.
vi. Sending patients for X-rays.
vii. Sending specimen to laboratories and collecting results.
viii. Ensure adherence to standard operating procedure and MOI business process.
ix. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
superior and any other related authority of the Institute.

1.5.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Ordinary Secondary School Certificate with 1 year certificate in nursing course or
its equivalent.
1.5.3 REMUNERATION
 Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institute’s salary scale –
PMOSS 2

1.6MEDICAL RECORD TECHNICIAN II - 10 POSTS

1.6.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Receiving and documenting patients at hospital reception.
ii. Registering and booking appointment for patients to clinics and consultants
iii. Storing and retrieving medical records documents
iv. Preparing clinics
v. Updating bed bureau
vi. Editing of patient case records
vii. Gathering data from different sources
viii. Capturing data from service points
ix. Maintain record safety and confidentiality
x. Storing and retrieving medical records.
xi. Balancing daily bed returns
xii. Creating and maintaining master index
xiii. Updating patient master index
xiv. Directing patients to relevant clinics
xv. Scheduling of patients to the consultants and specialty clinics
xvi. Assigning codes to diseases and surgical procedures according to the
International Classification of Diseases and Procedures in Medicine
xvii. Preparing Health records and reports.
xviii. Ensure adherence to standard operating procedure and MOI business process.
xix. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
superior and any other related authority of the Institute.

1.6.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Ordinary Diploma in Health Records or relevant qualification from a recognized
Institution and must have computer skills.

1.6.3 REMUNERATION
 Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institute’s salary scale –
PMGSS 2
1.7PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNICIAN II -1 POST

1.7.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Determining, preparing and ordering drugs and treatment instruments
requirements.
ii. Storing and Dispensing drugs and treatment instruments as per prescription to
patients and staff.
iii. Compounding/Manufacturing medicines.
iv. Educating public/patients on proper use of medicines.
v. Inspecting drugs and treatment instruments.
vi. Providing information on reaction resulting from the use of medicine.
vii. Preparing report on the use of drugs and treatment instruments in the Institute.
viii. Keeping various records of drugs and treatment instruments.
ix. Assisting in procurement and maintaining adequate stock of drugs
x. Assisting physicians, interns, nurses and patients on medications
xi. Sorting out and listing drugs expiring within three months for the attention of
Superior.
xii. Ensure adherence to standard operating procedure and MOI business process.
xiii. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
superior and any other related authority of the Institute.

1.7.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Diploma in Pharmacy or relevant field from any recognized Institution. S/he must
be registered by the National Pharmacy Council of Tanzania.
 Must have Computer skills

1.7.3 REMUNERATION
 Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institute’s salary scale –
PMGSS 3

1.8PHYSIOTHERAPIST II - 4 POSTS

1.8.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Assessing and treating patient through physiotherapy techniques.
ii. Keeping and maintaining patient’s records.
iii. Ensuring proper up-keep of equipment in the Unit.
iv. Ensure adherence to standard operating procedure and MOI business process.
v. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
superior and any other related authority of the Institute.

1.8.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Diploma in Physiotherapy or relevant field from any recognized Institutions.
 Must have Computer skills

1.8.3 REMUNERATION
 Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institute’s salary scale –
PMGSS 3
1.9NURSING OFFICER II - 25 POSTS

1.9.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Taking general nursing care of patients.
ii. Collecting essential medical data.
iii. Counseling patients.
iv. Educating patients on their health problems.
v. Ordering drugs from pharmacy and ward equipment from stores
vi. Adhering to the rules and regulations of DDA.
vii. Giving health education to patients and relatives
viii. Apply the installed integrated hospital management information systems in all
activities and reporting.
ix. Communicating internally and externally by using the ICT.
x. Adhering to the prescribed inpatients and outpatients’ treatment manual and
procedures.
xi. Participating in carrying out prescribed instructions.
xii. Ensure adherence to standard operating procedure and MOI business process.
xiii. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
superior and any other related authority of the Institute.

1.9.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
i. Bachelor of Science in Nursing or relevant field and be registered by the
Tanzania Nurses and Midwifery Council.
ii. Must have Computer skills

1.9.3 REMUNERATION
 Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institute’s salary scale –
PMGSS 5

1.10 ASSISTANT NURSING OFFICER (NURSE ANAESTHETIST) II - 5 POSTS

1.10.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Perform pre-operative patients’ visits: explain procedures to patients and check
whether they have any medical conditions that could create problem under
anaesthesia.
ii. Prepare operating room: check anaesthesia machine, supplies, medicine and
gases.
iii. Assist Anaesthesiologist to administer anaesthetics to patients.
iv. Administer intravenous fluids and basic anaesthetics to patients under
supervision and direction of anaesthesiologist.
v. Observes condition of patients during surgical procedures, including skin color
dilation of pupils and vital signs: initiates remedial measures to prevent surgical
shock or other adverse condition as required.
vi. Documents anaesthesia notes on patients.
vii. Help wake up patients after the anaesthestics.
viii. Accompanies patient to recovery area and remains until patient’s immediate
condition is acceptable.
ix. Perform post – anaesthesia patient visits to rule out any complications secondary
to anaesthesia patient visits to rule out any complications secondary to
anaesthesia.
x. Assist the anaesthesiologist in the emergencies
xi. Participate in education and research
xii. Responds timely to patient’s resuscitation call, at the accident and emergency
department.
xiii. Ensure adherence to standard operating procedure and MOI business process.
xiv. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
superior and any other related authority of the Institute.

1.10.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Diploma in Nursing and Certificate of Anaesthesia from a recognized Institution.
Must be registered by the Tanzania Nurses and Midwifery Council and must
have Computer skills

1.10.3 REMUNERATION
 Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the Institute’s salary scale –
PMGSS 4

2.0VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (VETA)
The Vocational Education and Training Authority was established by VETA Act
Cap.82.R.E.2006 and charged with the functions of regulating, promoting, providing and
financing Vocational and Education Training in Tanzania.
The vision of VETA is to develop an excellent Vocational Education and Training (VET)
system that is capable of supporting national social economic development in the global
context.
The Mission of VETA is to ensure provision of quality VET that meets labour market
needs, through effective regulation, coordination, financing and promotion, in
collaboration with stakeholders.

2.1VOCATIONAL TEACHER - AGRO MECHANICS – 1 POST (RE-ADVERTISED)

2.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from
his work station for onward submission to the superior;
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational
unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set
objectives;
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration
by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable
conducive training process;
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level
two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing
intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the
required competencies;
v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using
assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log
books in order to evaluate their level of competences;
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement
recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of
training as per the economic growth demand;
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress
reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training
status;
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their
joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre;
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive
and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do
minor repairing to maintain their life span;
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to
give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating
progress station records for onward submission to the superior.

2.1.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field
(Agro Mechanics) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized
institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field.

2.1.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale

2.2VOCATIONAL TEACHER - SECRETARIAL COURSES – 8 POSTS (READVERTISED)

2.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from
his work station for onward submission to the superior;
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational
unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set
objectives;
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration
by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable
conducive training process;
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level
two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing
intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the
required competencies;
v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using
assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log
books in order to evaluate their level of competences;
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement
recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of
training as per the economic growth demand;
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress
reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training
status;
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their
joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre;
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive
and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do
minor repairing to maintain their life span;
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to
give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating
progress station records for onward submission to the superior.

2.2.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field
(Secretarial Studies) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized
institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field.

2.2.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale.

2.3 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - WELDING AND FABRICATION – 1 POSTS (READVERTISED)

2.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from
his work station for onward submission to the superior;
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational
unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set
objectives;
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration
by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable
conducive training process;
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level
two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing
intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the
required competencies;
v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using
assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log
books in order to evaluate their level of competences;
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement
recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of
training as per the economic growth demand;
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress
reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training
status;
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their
joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre;
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive
and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do
minor repairing to maintain their life span;
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to
give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating
progress station records for onward submission to the superior.

2.3.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field
(Welding and Fabrication) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from
recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field.

2.3.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale.

2.4VOCATIONAL TEACHER - FITTER MECHANICS – 1 POST (RE-ADVERTISED)

2.4.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from
his work station for onward submission to the superior;
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational
unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set
objectives;
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration
by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable
conducive training process;
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level
two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing
intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the
required competencies;
v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using
assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log
books in order to evaluate their level of competences;
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement
recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of
training as per the economic growth demand;
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress
reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training
status;
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their
joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre;
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive
and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do
minor repairing to maintain their life span;
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to
give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating
progress station records for onward submission to the superior.
2.4.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field
(Fitter Mechanics) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized
institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field.

2.4.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale.

2.5VOCATIONAL TEACHER - PAINTING AND SIGN WRITING – 2 POSTS(READVERTISED)

2.5.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from
his work station for onward submission to the superior;
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational
unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set
objectives;
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration
by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable
conducive training process;
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level
two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing
intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the
required competencies;
v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using
assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log
books in order to evaluate their level of competences;
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement
recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value
of training as per the economic growth demand;
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress
reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training
status;
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their
joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre;
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive
and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do
minor repairing to maintain their life span;
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to
give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating
progress station records for onward submission to the superior.

2.5.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field
(Painting and Sign Writing) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from
recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field.
2.5.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale.

2.6VOCATIONAL TEACHER - HANDLOOM AND WEAVING – 1 POST(READVERTISED)

2.6.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from
his work station for onward submission to the superior;
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational
unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set
objectives;
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration
by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable
conducive training process;
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level
two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing
intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the
required competencies;
v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using
assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log
books in order to evaluate their level of competences;
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement
recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of
training as per the economic growth demand;
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress
reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training
status;
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their
joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre;
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive
and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do
minor repairing to maintain their life span;
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to
give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating
progress station records for onward submission to the superior.

2.6.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field
(Handloom and Weaving) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from
recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field.

2.6.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale.
2.7VOCATIONAL TEACHER - PLANT OPERATOR – 1 POST(RE-ADVERTISED)

2.7.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from
his work station for onward submission to the superior;
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational
unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set
objectives;
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration
by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable
conducive training process;
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level
two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing
intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the
required competencies;
v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using
assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log
books in order to evaluate their level of competences;
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement
recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of
training as per the economic growth demand;
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress
reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training
status;
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their
joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre;
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive
and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do
minor repairing to maintain their life span;
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to
give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating
progress station records for onward submission to the superior.

2.7.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field
(Plant Operator) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized
institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field.

2.7.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale.

2.8VOCATIONAL TEACHER - PLUMBING AND PIPE FITTING - 2 POSTS(READVERTISED)

2.8.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from
his work station for onward submission to the superior;
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational
unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set
objectives;
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration
by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable
conducive training process;
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level
two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing
intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the
required competencies;
v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using
assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log
books in order to evaluate their level of competences;
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement
recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of
training as per the economic growth demand;
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress
reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training
status;
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their
joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre;
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive
and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do
minor repairing to maintain their life span;
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to
give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating
progress station records for onward submission to the superior.

2.8.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field
(Plumbing and Pipe Fitting) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from
recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field.

2.8.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale.

2.9VOCATIONAL TEACHER - CARPENTRY AND JOINERY – 1 POST(READVERTISED)

2.9.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from
his work station for onward submission to the superior;
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational
unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set
objectives;
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration
by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable
conducive training process;
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level
two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing
intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the
required competencies;
v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using
assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log
books in order to evaluate their level of competences;
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement
recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of
training as per the economic growth demand;
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress
reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training
status;
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their
joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre;
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive
and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do
minor repairing to maintain their life span;
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to
give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees and
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating
progress station records for onward submission to the superior.

2.9.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field
(Carpentry and Joinery) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from
recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field.

2.9.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale.

2.10 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - MASONRY AND BRICKLAYING – 5 POSTS(READVERTISED)

2.10.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from
his work station for onward submission to the superior;
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational
unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set
objectives;
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration
by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable
conducive training process;
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level
two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing
intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the
required competencies;
v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using
assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log
books in order to evaluate their level of competences;
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement
recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of
training as per the economic growth demand;
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress
reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training
status;
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their
joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre;
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive
and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do
minor repairing to maintain their life span;
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to
give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating
progress station records for onward submission to the superior.

2.10.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field
(Masonry and Bricklaying) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from
recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field.

2.10.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale.

2.11 DRIVING INSTRUCTOR – 1 POST(RE-ADVERTISED)
Job Purpose:
To effectively and efficiently impart knowledge, skill and attitude in levels I - II of
competence through proper interpretation of curricula and planning of training delivery
in a view to attain VET objectives.

2.11.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget have worked at
least for 1 years as Vocational Training Auxiliary and demonstrated ability
to train others;
ii. Use of machines by compiling data from his work station for onward
submission to the superior;
iii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the
occupational unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum
results and set objectives;
iv. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for
presentation/Demonstration by identifying them as mentioned in a range
statement in order to enable conducive training process;
v. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up
to level two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and
performing intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce
trainees with the required competencies;
vi. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using
assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in
Log books in order to evaluate their level of competences;
vii. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement
recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the
value of training as per the economic growth demand;
viii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and
progress reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to
evaluate training status;
ix. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated
in their joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the
Training Centre;
x. Guide safe use of training tools and equipment’s by performing daily
preventive and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault
checking and do minor repairing to maintain their life span;
xi. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in
order to give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and
xii. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by
consolidating progress station records for onward submission to the
superior.

2.11.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Must have completed form IV with at least 3 credits or its equivalent; must possess
Vocational Certificate or Trade Test Grade I & Vocational Teaching Certificate or
FTC in relevant field; must have at least 2 years working experience in the relevant
field.

2.11.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale.

2.12 COOK – 7 POSTS (RE-ADVERTISED)

2.12.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Initiates carrying out of routine cleaning of the kitchen, equipment and utensils by
alerting the kitchen attendants in a view to keep hygienic environment;
ii. Checks the quality and quantity of the food staff availed to him/her by carrying out
inspection on its status against menu and number of students in order to
safeguard the safety and health of the students;
iii. Prepares food stuff in a hygienic way before cooking by washing the raw stuff
where necessary in order to ensure safety and health precautions;
iv. Prepares food for students by cooking as per menu, and timetable and distribute
to students leaders for consumption; and
v. Carries out any other instruction related to his/her job as may be assigned to him
by the Kitchen supervisor from time to time aimed at improving the overall
performance of the section.

2.12.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Form Four (“O” level) Certificate PLUS Certificate in Catering/Hotel Management from a
recognised Institution with At least 1 (one) year in Catering field.
2.12.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale.

2.13 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION – 2 POSTS(READVERTISED)

2.13.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from
his work station for onward submission to the superior;
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational
unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set
objectives;
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration
by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable
conducive training process;
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level
two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing
intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the
required competencies;
v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using
assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log
books in order to evaluate their level of competences;
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement
recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of
training as per the economic growth demand;
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress
reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training
status;
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their
joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre;
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive
and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do
minor repairing to maintain their life span;
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to
give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating
progress station records for onward submission to the superior.

2.13.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field
(Electrical Installation) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized
institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field.

2.13.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale.
2.14 VOCATIONAL TEACHER – ELECTRONICS – 1 POST(RE-ADVERTISED)
2.14.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from
his work station for onward submission to the superior;
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational
unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set
objectives;
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration
by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable
conducive training process;
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level
two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing
intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the
required competencies;
v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using
assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log
books in order to evaluate their level of competences;
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement
recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of
training as per the economic growth demand;
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress
reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training
status;
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their
joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre;
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive
and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do
minor repairing to maintain their life span;
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to
give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating
progress station records for onward submission to the superior.

2.14.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field
(Electronics) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized
institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field.

2.14.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale.

2.15 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - TOOL AND DIE MAKING – 1 POST (READVERTISED)

2.15.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from
his work station for onward submission to the superior;
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational
unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set
objectives;
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration
by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable
conducive training process;
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level
two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing
intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the
required competencies;
v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using
assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log
books in order to evaluate their level of competences;
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement
recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of
training as per the economic growth demand;
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress
reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training
status;
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their
joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre;
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive
and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do
minor repairing to maintain their life span;
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to
give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating
progress station records for onward submission to the superior.

2.15.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field
(Tool and Die Making) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized
institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field.

2.15.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale.

2.16 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - TEXTILE AND FASHION DESIGN – 1 POST(READVERTISED)

2.16.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from
his work station for onward submission to the superior;
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational
unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set
objectives;
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration
by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable
conducive training process;
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level
two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing
intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the
required competencies;
v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using
assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log
books in order to evaluate their level of competences;
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement
recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of
training as per the economic growth demand;
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress
reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training
status;
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their
joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre;
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive
and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do
minor repairing to maintain their life span;
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to
give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating
progress station records for onward submission to the superior.

2.16.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field
(Textile and Fashion Design) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from
recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field.

2.16.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale.

2.17 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - DESIGN SEWING AND CLOTH TECHNOLOGY - 4
POSTS(RE-ADVERTISED)

2.17.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from
his work station for onward submission to the superior;
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational
unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set
objectives;
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration
by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable
conducive training process;
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level
two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing
intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the
required competencies;
v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using
assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log
books in order to evaluate their level of competences;
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement
recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of
training as per the economic growth demand;
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress
reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training
status;
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their
joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre;
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive
and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do
minor repairing to maintain their life span;
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to
give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating
progress station records for onward submission to the superior.

2.17.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field
(Design Sewing and Cloth Technology) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent
from recognized institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant
field.

2.17.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale.

2.18 VOCATIONAL TEACHER - AUTO BODY REPAIR - 2 POSTS(READVERTISED)

2.18.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from
his work station for onward submission to the superior;
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational
unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set
objectives;
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration
by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable
conducive training process;
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level
two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing
intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the
required competencies;
v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using
assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log
books in order to evaluate their level of competences;
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement
recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of
training as per the economic growth demand;
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress
reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training
status;
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their
joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre;
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive
and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do
minor repairing to maintain their life span;
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to
give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating
progress station records for onward submission to the superior.

2.18.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field
(Auto Body Repair) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from recognized
institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field.

2.18.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale.

2.19 VOCATIONAL TEACHER – MOTOR VEHICLE MECHANICS – 4 POSTS(READVERTISED)

2.19.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Participate in the preparation of annual plan and budget by compiling data from
his work station for onward submission to the superior;
ii. Prepare instructional plan and scheme of training by interpreting the occupational
unit standard and guidelines in view to achieve optimum results and set
objectives;
iii. Prepare appropriate tools and equipment required for presentation/Demonstration
by identifying them as mentioned in a range statement in order to enable
conducive training process;
iv. Effectively and efficiently deliver instructions to trainees of level one (I) up to level
two (2) only through lectures, demonstrations, discussions and performing
intended knowledge skill and attitude in order to produce trainees with the
required competencies;
v. Perform formative and summative assessment to preparing and using
assessment tools such as oral, written, product assessment and record in Log
books in order to evaluate their level of competences;
vi. Participate in curriculum development by initiating improvement
recommendations, attending workshops, seminars in order to validate the value of
training as per the economic growth demand;
vii. Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, terminal and annual implementation and progress
reports by compiling trainee’s assessment forms in view to evaluate training
status;
viii. Monitor discipline of trainees by following rules and regulations stipulated in their
joining instruction in order to maintain peace and order at the Training Centre;
ix. Guide safe use of training tools and equipments by performing daily preventive
and corrective maintenance such as cleaning, lubricating, fault checking and do
minor repairing to maintain their life span;
x. Provide cancelling to trainees through physical discussion and advising in order to
give direction and guidance for the better life of our trainees; and
xi. Prepare monthly, quarterly/annual financial progress report by consolidating
progress station records for onward submission to the superior.

2.19.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Form Four (IV) Certificate with at least 3 credits, plus FTC/Diploma in the relevant field
(Motor Vehicle Mechanics) and Vocational Training certificate or equivalent from
recognised institutions with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field.
2.19.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Institution’s Salary Scale.

3.0KIBAHA EDUCATION CENTRE (KEC)

Kibaha Education Centre is a Multi-purpose Educational Institution that is located in
Coast Region (Tumbi area) about 40 kilometres (24miles) West of Dar es Salaam along
Morogoro Road. This Centre started in 1963, sponsored by five countries –The then
Tanganyika Government on one hand and the Government of four Nordic Countries on
the other hand i.e. Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. The Centre was known as
the ‘Nordic Tanganyika Project’ until 1970 when the four Nordic Countries handed it
over to Tanzania Government. The Nordic Tanganyika project then became Kibaha
Education Centre (KEC) as per Government Notice No.02 of made under the Public
caption Act, Cap 257 PE. 2002. The overall objective of the Centre as originally
conceived was, through its institutions, to launch a three frontal attack on the problems
of Poverty, Ignorance and diseases collectively named as main development enemies.
Vision Statement

Kibaha Education Centre is envisioned to become a centre of excellence in eradicating
poverty, ignorance and diseases.
Mission Statement
Kibaha Education Centre in committed to provide quality socio-economic services
through efficient and effective use of resources, capacity building and good –
governance in integrated approach in order to improve the living standard of people.
Kibaha Education Centre through permit issued by Permanent Secretary, President’s
Office, Public Service Management and Good Governance Ref. No.
FA 10/87/01/"D"/16 dated 25 May, 2018 is hereby advertising to the public various
vacancies to be filled by suitably qualified Tanzania citizens as follows:-

3.1HEALTH ASSISTANT II – 1 POST

3.1.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Inspect environmental Health
ii. Inspect facilities used for public services e.g. cafeterias, Bars, Kitchen, Dining
Halls, Schools, workshops, Offices, Sanitary services etc.
iii. Destroy remains in the environment.
iv. Prevent communicable diseases
v. Dispense preventive medicine
vi. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.

3.1.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Form four/form six plus two year Diploma in Health from a recognized institution.

3.1.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.2MEDICAL RECORDS TECHNICIAN II – 1 POST

3.2.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Collecting, tabulating, analyzing and interpreting disease and patient statistics and
circulating them to relevant end users of the Institute.
ii. Receiving and register patients and direct them on where to go for attention.
iii. Giving appointments to patients.
iv. Issuing files and identification cards to patients.
v. Receiving files for patients and collecting files from the ward.
vi. Updating information on admissions, discharges and deaths.
vii. Creating and maintaining index in alphabetical order and tracing missing files.
viii. Facilitating availability of records and statistical data for carrying out research.
ix. Assisting in designing and maintaining a system for numbering, filing, storage and
retrieval of patients’ files and other documents.
x. Assisting in periodic squeezing of files into shelves.
xi. Collecting and preparing daily and monthly statistical returns.
xii. Maintaining procedures for tracing misfiled and lost case-notes and other
documents.
xiii. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.

3.2.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Ordinary Secondary School Certificate and Diploma in Medical Records or its equivalent
from a recognized institution. Must have computer skills.

3.2.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.3ASSISTANT NURSING OFFICER II – 1 POST

3.3.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Take general nursing care of patients
ii. Collect essential medical data.
iii. Educate patients on their health problems.
iv. Adhere to the rules and regulations of DDA.
v. Administer drugs and other treatments as prescribed by medical doctors.
vi. Give health education to patients and their relatives
vii. Conduct ward rounds
viii. Counsel patients.
ix. Make follow-ups of working equipment in his/her working area.
x. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.

3.3.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Diploma in Nursing from a recognized Institution. Must be registered by the Tanzania
Nurses and Midwifery Council.

3.3.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.4HEALTH SOCIAL WORKER II – 1 POST

3.4.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Screening all in-patients to identify those with social medical problems and report
their cases to senior staff.
ii. Preparing various periodical reports pertaining patients with social and economic
problems that can help the management in decision making.
iii. Carrying out major ward rounds to identify and assessing the progress of patients.
iv. Collecting data and statistics for exempted patients and other cases that require
Institute’s support.
v. Sorting and preparing list of patient’s requests for exemption and other cases that
require Institute’s support.
vi. Counseling patients under the supervision of senior staff.
vii. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.

3.4.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Bachelor Degree or Advanced Diploma in Social Work/ Sociology from a recognized
institution.

3.4.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.5HEALTH OFFICER II – 1 POST

3.5.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Develop, coordinate and supervise the implementation and maintenance of a
comprehensive
ii. KEC-wide occupational health and safety program designed to prevent injury,
occupational illness and damage to property.
iii. Draft and recommend KEC-wide safety and health directives; and maintain KEC
safety related manuals, including preparation and distribution of appropriate
updates.
iv. Determine applicability of administrative and regulatory requirements and other
health and safety laws and implement applicable regulations and standards.
Maintain current knowledge of legislation, regulations and practices in safety and
health and advise KEC management regarding the impact on District operations.
v. Establish and implement safety training objectives. Plans and schedules in the
area of health and safety. Conduct or provide for safety/health related training.
Maintain records and a data base of employee training, medical examinations,
licenses, and certifications.
vi. Conduct and supervise facility and site inspections, job hazards analyses and
other evaluations to identify hazards and potential risks. Make recommendations
to managers as required and implement appropriate corrective actions. Conduct
audits of corrective actions to ensure compliance with regulations and corrective
action.
vii. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.

3.5.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Bachelor Degree in Environmental Health from any recognized Institution.

3.5.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.6ASSISTANT CLINICAL OPTHALMOGISTII – 1 POST

3.6.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Treat common diseases and pediatrics
ii. Deal with obstetrics and gynecology problems
iii. Attend in and out patients.
iv. Attend emergency medical duties.
v. Carrying out investigations of admitted patients.
vi. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisors.

3.6.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Advanced Diploma in Clinical Medicine.

3.6.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.7PHYSIOTHERAPY OFFICER II – 1 POST

3.7.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Contribute ideas to primary and secondary prevention of functional disabilities.
ii. Identify predisposing factors to disabilities at homes, schools and working
environment.
iii. Execute treatment plans for patients.
iv. Participate in PHC programs.
v. Treat patients through physiotherapy techniques.
vi. Conduct health education program to inpatients and outpatients.
vii. Keep and maintain patient’s records.
viii. Conduct training and awareness of primary and secondary prevention of
functional impairment of disabilities to paramedical staff and community.
ix. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.

3.7.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Bachelor Science Degree in Physiotherapy or its equivalent from a recognized
Institution.

3.7.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.8LABORATORY SCIENTIST II – 1 POST

3.8.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Perform specified technical tasks and manage the laboratory at acceptable
performance levels including:
ii. Preparation of reagents.
iii. Carrying out diagnostic procedures in the area of specialty.
iv. Prepares teaching materials and supervise junior staff.
v. Ensures adequate supply of consumables and working tools to the laboratory.
vi. Ensures proper maintaince of equipment is carried out and that the working
environment is kept at acceptable hygienic condition all the time.
vii. Maintains and supervises quality control programs in the laboratory.
viii. Executes safety programme in the laboratory.
ix. Participates in communicable diseases surveillance and control.
x. Participates in relevant research projects.
xi. Assists senior staff in various fields of operation.
xii. Organizes and supervises student in practical.
xiii. Participates in preparation of annual budget for the section.
xiv. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
supervisor.

3.8.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Bachelor of Science Or Advanced Diploma in Health Laboratory Sciences or equivalent
qualifications.

3.8.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.9DENTAL THERAPIST II – 1 POST

3.9.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Dental work except crown and bridge, orthodontist and maxillofacial density.
ii. Primary health care
iii. Outreach Programmes
iv. teach in the health institutions.
v. Removal of teeth
vi. Dental checks and measurements
vii. Procurements and care of Dental working tools and Dental workshop.
viii. Dental prosthesis, partial dentures.
ix. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.

3.9.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
National Form IV examination certificate who have attended and passed a 3 years
Diploma course in Dental from any Government recognized Institution.

3.9.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.
3.10 MEDICAL ATTENDANT II - 2 POSTS

3.10.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Carrying out general cleaning of wards and its surroundings.
ii. Give bed bath to bed ridden patients.
iii. Provide and removing bedpans and urinal bottles.
iv. Feed patients.
v. Collect patients’ linen for laundry services.
vi. Send patients for e-rays.
vii. Send specimen to laboratories and collecting results.
viii. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.

3.10.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Ordinary Secondary School Education with at least 1 year certificate in nursing course.

3.10.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.11 OPHTHALMIC OPTICIAN II - 1 POST

3.11.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Communicate with patients to get detailed case histories;
ii. Examine the eyes of patients of all ages to detect signs of injury, disease,
abnormality or vision defects;
iii. Check for signs and symptoms of general health conditions (e.g. diabetes);
iv. Use specialist equipment for diagnosis and testing;
v. Issue prescriptions for spectacles or contact lenses;
vi. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.

3.11.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Form Four National Examination certificate who have attended and passed a 3 year
Ophthalmic Optician Course from a recognized institution.

3.11.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.12 ASSISTANT MEDICAL OFFICER II - 1 POST

3.12.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Treat common diseases and pediatrics
ii. Deal with obstetrics and gynecology problems
iii. Attend in and out patients.
iv. Attend emergency medical duties.
v. Carrying out investigations of admitted patients.
vi. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisors.

3.12.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Advanced Diploma in Assistant Clinical Medicine.

3.12.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.13 LABORATORY TECHNOLOGIST ASSISTANT II - 1 POST

3.13.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Preparation of reagents
ii. Laboratory examination and analysis in Parasitological, hematology and
bacteriology.
iii. Extraction of blood for donors and transfusion to patients.
iv. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.

3.13.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
National form four examination certificate and has attended and passed a 3 years in
Llaboratory Technologist Course in a government recognized institution.
3.13.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.14 PHARMACIST II - 1 POST

3.14.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Preparing annual drugs and treatment instruments requirements and its budget.
ii. Ordering, storing and dispensing drugs and treatment instruments in the Institute.
iii. Keeping various records of drugs and treatment instruments.
iv. Preparing list of drugs and treatment instruments for Institute’s use.
v. Making regular reconciliation of drugs dispensed against issues
vi. Making regular reconciliation of drugs sold against revenue collected.
vii. Sorting out and listing drugs expiring within three months for the attention of
supervisor.
viii. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.

3.14.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Degree in Pharmacy (B. Pharm.) or its equivalent from a recognized institution. Must
have completed one year Internship and be registered by the National Pharmacy
Council of Tanzania.

3.14.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.15 PHYSIOTHERAPIST II - 1 POST

3.15.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Assess and treat patient through physiotherapy techniques..
ii. Keep and maintain patient’s records.
iii. Ensure proper up-keep of equipment in the Unit.
iv. Treat patients through physiotherapy techniques under the supervision of Senior
Physiotherapist.
v. Conduct health education programme to in patients and out patients.
vi. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.
3.15.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Diploma in Physiotherapy from any recognized Institutions.

3.15.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.16 DENTAL SURGEON II – 1 POST

3.16.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Conduct Oral Health education to in patients and out patients.
ii. Attending emergency medical duties on Oral health.
iii. Carrying out investigations of admitted patients.
iv. Ensuring that prescribed instructions are carried out.
v. Conducting minor operations on Orthodontics.
vi. Assisting senior physicians/surgeon at operations.
vii. Carrying out service and participating in major ward rounds.
viii. Supervising medical students and interns in clinical duties.
ix. Ensuring that patients are properly prepared for surgery.
x. Participating fully in morning clinical sessions, patient presentation and journal
clubs.
xi. Participating in research activities.
xii. Assist in conducting outreach programs.
xiii. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.

3.16.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Bachelor Degree in Dental Surgery (DDS) or its equivalent from a recognized Institution.
Must be registered by the Tanganyika Medical Council as a Dental Surgeon with one
year of internship.

3.16.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.17 MEDICAL SPECIALIST II (PHYSICIAN) - 1 POST

3.17.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Attend emergency medical duties.
ii. Carrying out ward rounds
iii. Perform surgical duties.
iv. Perform clinical duties in both private and public outpatient clinics.
v. Carrying out researches in their respective medical fields.
vi. Participate fully in morning clinical sessions, patients’ presentation and journal
clubs.
vii. Teach and supervise medical doctors and students in clinical works and surgical
procedures.
viii. Participate in Medical Board.
ix. Participate in outreach programs.
x. Participate in preparation of budget of Medical Directorate.
xi. Initiate, Create and plan strategies to improve his/her professional services.
xii. Prepare Continuing Education Programs for Medical Personnel.
xiii. Provide Medical legal advice.
xiv. Carrying out administrative duties in his respective working area.
xv. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.

3.17.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Master’s Degree in Medicine (M.Med/PhD) in any Physician field. Must be full
registered by the Medical Council of Tanganyika.

3.17.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.18 MEDICAL SPECIALIST II (OPHTHALMOLOGIST) - 1 POST

3.18.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Attend emergency medical duties.
ii. Carrying out ward rounds
iii. Perform surgical duties.
iv. Perform clinical duties in both private and public outpatient clinics.
v. Carrying out researches in their respective medical fields.
vi. Participate fully in morning clinical sessions, patients’ presentation and journal
clubs.
vii. Teach and supervise medical doctors and students in clinical works and surgical
procedures.
viii. Participate in Medical Board.
ix. Participate in outreach programs.
x. Participate in preparation of budget of Medical Directorate.
xi. Initiate, Create and plan strategies to improve his/her professional services.
xii. Prepare Continuing Education Programs for Medical Personnel.
xiii. Provide Medical legal advice.
xiv. Carrying out administrative duties in his respective working area.
xv. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.

3.18.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Master’s Degree in Medicine (M.Med/PhD) in any Orthopedic Surgeon field. Must be
full registered by the Medical Council of Tanganyika.

3.18.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.19 PHARMACEUTICAL ASSISTANT II - 1 POST

3.19.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Dispense drugs as prescribed by a doctor
ii. Order and preserve drugs/chemicals
iii. Primary Heath care Programmes
iv. Keep various records of drugs and treatment instruments.
v. Assist in procurement and maintaining adequate stock of drugs
vi. Assist physicians, interns, nurses and patients on medications
vii. Sort out and list drugs expiring within three months for the attention of Superior.
viii. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.
3.19.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
National Form IV examination certificate who have attended and passed a 2-year course in
Pharmaceutical Assistant from a government recognized institution.

3.19.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.20 ORTHOTIST/PROTHETIST II - 1 POST

3.20.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Make casts and taking measurement as instructed
ii. Fabricate various related appliances.
iii. Fit of patients under the supervision and modification of defective appliance with
the guidance of superior staff.
iv. Advice patients on how to use, maintain artificial limbs and body support devices
and cleanliness knowledge of those appliances.
v. Repair prostheses or Orthotics.
vi. Prepare and ensure availability of materials required for making various
appliances.
vii. Assist in research work undertaken by Orthopedic Unit on artificial limbs and
fabrication where necessary.
viii. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.

3.20.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Bachelor Degree in Orthotics/Prosthetics or its equivalent from a recognized Institution.
Must be registered by the respective regulatory Board/Council.

3.20.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.21 PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNICIAN II - 1 POST

3.21.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Determining, preparing and ordering drugs and treatment instruments
requirements.
ii. Storing and Dispensing drugs and treatment instruments as per prescription to
patients and staff.
iii. Compounding/Manufacturing medicines.
iv. Educating public/patients on proper use of medicines.
v. Inspecting drugs and treatment instruments.
vi. Providing information on reaction resulting from the use of medicine.
vii. Preparing report on the use of drugs and treatment instruments in the Institute.
viii. Keeping various records of drugs and treatment instruments.
ix. Assisting in procurement and maintaining adequate stock of drugs
x. Assisting physicians, interns, nurses and patients on medications
xi. Sorting out and listing drugs expiring within three months for the attention of
Superior.
xii. Pharmaceutical compounding, dispensing and assisting the Pharmacists through
drug store procedures.
xiii. Maintain records and data for drugs produced
xiv. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.

3.21.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Diploma in Pharmacy from any recognized Institution. Must be registered by the
National Pharmacy Board of Tanzania.

3.21.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.22 OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST II - 1 POST

3.22.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Plan and implement specific programmes for individuals needing Occupational
Therapy.
ii. Evaluate treatment and follow-up patients.
iii. Prevent disability, promote independence and improve the quality of life of clients
and their families.
iv. Liaise with families, community groups and Institutions on disabled and provide
available support as required.
v. Take care of the occupational therapy facilities.
vi. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.

3.22.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Diploma in Occupational Therapy from a recognized Institution, also recognized by the
world Federation of Occupational Therapists.

3.22.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.23 MEDICAL DOCTOR II - 2 POST

3.23.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Attend in and out patients.
ii. Attend emergency medical duties.
iii. Carrying out investigations of admitted patients.
iv. Ensure that prescribed instructions are carried out.
v. Conduct minor operations.
vi. Assist Surgeons at operations.
vii. Carrying out service and participating in major ward rounds.
viii. Supervise medical students and interns in clinical duties.
ix. Ensure that patients are properly prepared for surgery.
x. Participate fully in morning clinical sessions, patient presentation and journal
clubs.
xi. Participate in research activities.
xii. Participate in outreach programs.
xiii. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.

3.23.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree or its equivalent from a recognized Institution. Must
have completed one year Internship and be registered by the Medical Council of
Tanganyika as a Medical Doctor.

3.23.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.

3.24 ASSISTANT DENTAL OFFICER II - 1 POST

3.24.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Dental work except crown and bridge, orthodontist and maxillofacial density.
ii. Primary health care
iii. Outreach Programmes
iv. Teach in the health institutions.
v. Removal of teeth
vi. Dental checks and measurements
vii. Procurements and care of Dental working tools and Dental workshop.
viii. Dental prosthesis, partial dentures.
ix. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.

3.24.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
National Form IV examination certificate who have attended and passed a 3 years
Diploma course in a Government recognized Institution.

3.24.3 REMUNERATION
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with Government Salary Scale.
3.25 ENROLLED NURSE II - 5 POSTS
3.25.1 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Take general nursing care of patients
ii. Administer drugs and other treatments as prescribed by medical doctors
iii. Collect data and prepare reports of his/her working performance.
iv. Counsel patients.
v. Educate patients on their health problems.
vi. Take care of DDA
vii. Performing any other duties related to his/her work as assigned by his/her
Supervisor.

3.25.2 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Ordinary Secondary School Education with a certificate in Enrolled Nursing course from
a recognized Institution. Must be enrolled by the Tanzania Nurses and Midwifery
Council.

GENERAL CONDITIONS
i. All applicants must be Citizens of Tanzania of not more than 45 years of age
except for those who are in public service;
ii. Applicants must attach an up-to-date Curriculum Vitae (CV) having reliable
contacts; postal address/post code, e-mail and telephone numbers;
iii. Applicants should apply on the strength of the information given in this
advertisement;
iv. Applicants must attach their certified copies of the following certificates;
 Postgraduate/Degree/Advanced Diploma/Diploma/Certificates;
 Postgraduate/Degree/Advanced Diploma/Diploma transcripts;
 Form IV and Form VI National Examination Certificates;
 Birth certificate.
v. Attaching copies of the following certificates is strictly not accepted
 Form IV and form VI results slips;
 Testimonials and all Partial transcripts.
vi. Applicants employed in the Public Service should route their application
letters through their respective employers;
vii. Applicants who have/were retired from the Public Service for whatever reason
should not apply;
viii. Applicants should indicate three reputable referees with their reliable contacts;
ix. Certificates from foreign examination bodies for Ordinary or Advanced level
education should be verified by The National Examination Council of Tanzania
(NECTA) and National Council for Technical Education (NACTE);
x. Certificates from Foreign Universities should be verified by The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU);
xi. Applicants with special needs/case (disability) are supposed/advised to indicate;
xii. A signed application letters should be written either in Swahili or English and Addressed to Secretary,Presidents Office, Public Service Recruitment Secretariat,
27 BibiTiti Mohammed Road,P.O. Box 63100, Maktaba Complex, 11102 Dar EsSalaam.
xiii. Deadline for application is 13 rd July, 2018 and;
xiv. Only short listed candidates will be informed on a date for interview;
xv. Presentation of forged certificates and other information will necessitate to legal
action;
NOTE: All applications must be sent through Recruitment Portal by using the
following address; http://portal.ajira.go.tz/and not otherwise(This address
also can be found at PSRS Website, Click ‘Recruitment Portal’)
SECRETARY
PUBLIC SERVICE RECRUITMENT SECRETARIAT