“Establishing National Carbon Monitoring Centre (NCMC) in Tanzania” is a three years project implemented by Sokoine University of Agriculture on behalf of the Government of United Republic of Tanzania. The aim of the project is to establish NCMC for the reporting on Carbon stocks and their changes as well as coordinating the national MRV-processes for the Government of United Republic of Tanzania. The project is implemented in two phases: the six months inception phase and the 30 months implementation phase.
The project is now inviting suitable qualified Tanzanian citizens to cover the following positions for the project implementation phase. Qualified Male and Female candidates are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence. Previous applicants are encouraged to apply provided that they meet minimum qualifications.
Position: Driver I (1 Post)
a) Certificate of Form IV Education,
b) Valid Driving License,
c) Possession of Advanced Drivers Certificate Grade II from a recognized institution , and
d) Relevant working experience of at least three (3) years from a reputable institution.
a) Drive the Firm vehicles;
b) Safe-keep the vehicle and tools entrusted on him/her;
c) Maintain and keep up date logbook;
d) Maintain cleanliness of the vehicle and tools;
e) Report promptly any defect or problems detected in the vehicle;
f) Perform messengerial duties such as dispatching documents/letters, collecting mails, photocopying of documents, and general office cleanness;
g) Perform any other duties related as may be assigned by the superiors.
Terms: Contract position in the Firm for one year with possibility for renew up to two and a half years (2.5) depending on the performance.
Salary: Negotiable depending on qualifications and experience
How to Apply:
Qualified candidates should send their application letter referring the position applied for ( Max 2 pages) accompanied with a CV or resume (Max 4 pages) and copies of all relevant Certificates, Transcripts and at least TWO referees’ reports should be addressed to the
DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE),
to reach him not later than THREE weeks from the date of this advertisement. Government Employees are discouraged to apply. Applicants who will fail to comply with the above guidance will not be considered.
A copy of the application dossier must also be sent by email to <email@example.com>