VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT at Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO)


On behalf of Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO); Public Service Recruitment Secretariat (PSRS) invites dynamic and suitably qualified Tanzanians to fill 569 vacant posts. 1.0 TANZANIA ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY(TANESCO) Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (TANESCO) is a Parastatal organization established by Memorandum and Articles of Association incorporated in 26th November 1931 which established Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (the then Tanganyika Electric Supply Company Limited -TANESCO). The Company generates purchases, transmits, distributes and sells electricity to Tanzania Mainland and sells bulk power to the Zanzibar Electricity Corporation (ZECO), which in turn sells it to the Public in islands of Unguja and Pemba. TANESCO owns most of the electricity generating, transmitting and distributing facilities in Tanzania Mainland with estimated population of 50 million. Historically, the German colonialists established the first public electricity supply in Tanzania, the then called Tanganyika in 1908 at Dar es Salaam. It served the railway workshops and a part of the town where the colonialists were mostly staying. In 1920, when Tanganyika territory was put under Great Britain protectorate, a Government Electricity Department was formed to take over and operate the public supplies left by the Germans. In 1931, the Government handed over the undertaking at Dar es Salaam and those elsewhere upcountry (Dodoma, Tabora and Kigoma) to private enterprises. One of these companies was the Tanganyika Electric Supply Company Ltd. (TANESCO) and the other Company was the Dar es Salaam and District Electric Supply Company Ltd (DARESCO). The two companies were merged in 1964 and later changed its name into Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO). Tanzania Development Vision 2025 envisages to make the Country the middle income by 2025, this implies that GDP per Capita will be raised from USD 640 to at least USD 3,000 by 2025. To achieve this target, we need fast economic growth which must be propelled by adequate, reliable, affordable and environmental friendly electricity supply. Therefore Generation capacity need to be increased from 1,583 MW to at least 10,000 MW by 2025. Also Increase electricity connection levels from 24% recorded in 2014 to at least 50% and access levels from 36% to at least 75% by 2025. In view of the above vision, the Government, through various directives, has directed TANESCO to review its corporate structure to enable realization of the vision 2025 goals. In undertaking its core functions TANESCO is guided by National Energy Policy of 2003 and Electricity act of 2008. TANESCO Ltd functions under regulatory guidance of Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) established by the EWURA Act of 2001. In complying with the above directives, the Company has come up with structure that reduces operational costs without compromising performance and efficiency. It has also considered the National Agenda for Industrialization that aims at transforming Tanzania’s economy into middle income.

1.1. ACCOUNTANT TRAINEE – 12 POSTS

1.1.1 WORKSTATION: REGIONS/PLANTS/DISTRICTS

1.1.2 SUPERVISED BY: REGIONAL/PLANT FINANCIAL OFFICER/PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTANT

1.1.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Responsible for all matters relating to Accounting and Financial Control activities at the Plant/Region/Districts including preparation of annual budget to ensure achievement of corporate goals;
ii. Process, report and keep records of works orders as per accounting instructions;
iii. Prepare and submit weekly reports including petty cash, works orders and invoices;
iv. Issue receipts and keep in safe custody payment vouchers and supporting documents;
v. Post data into accounts system including general ledger, purchase ledger and works orders transactions and validate all transactions;
vi. Assist to prepare and monitor monthly utilization and maintain records of imprest fund payments; and
vii. Undertake Banking activities and effect petty cash payments.

1.1.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree in Accountancy, Commerce, Finance or equivalent from recognized higher learning Institutions;
 Must have CPA (T);
 One year working experience in a related field.

1.2. ACCOUNTS ASSISTANT – 25 POSTS

1.2.1 WORKSTATION: REGIONS/PLANTS/HEAD OFFICE

1.2.2 SUPERVISED BY: ACCOUNTANT

1.2.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

i. Prepare and process documents to disburse funds, make deposits and prepare reports;
ii. Prepare, process and maintain all records of collections and payments as per financial regulation and accounting instruction;
iii. Prepare cheques payment vouchers and petty cash payment vouchers, to write cheques and make all approved payments in accordance to the company’s accounting instructions;
iv. Prepare weekly imprest statement band petty cash statement and submit for reimbursement for records keeping purpose and ease of making management decisions;
v. Assist in carrying out bank reconciliation every month reconciliation of general ledger for financial account preparation so as to ensure all accounts are balancing; and
vi. Update all financial data in the appropriate systems to ensure proper management and control of financial information for decision making.

1.2.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Diploma in Accountancy, Finance from a recognized learning institution.
 .Form IV and/or both IV/VI Secondary School Academic Certificates.
 One year relevant working experience in a related field

1.3. APPLICATION ARCHITECT AND DEVELOPER – 2 POSTS

1.3.1 WORKSTATION: HEAD OFFICE

1.3.2 SUPERVISED BY: PRINCIPAL ICT OFFICER

1.3.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Document application vision and create application architecture proposals based on identified solution gaps;
ii. Provide support on end user training, re-engineering of existing business applications and maintenance of existing business systems;
iii. Manage structural systems analysis and Design, build test cases to assist in system tests and performance benchmarks for all production releases;
iv. Map TANESCO’s Business Units terminology with Business Applications in terms of people, process, and application development technology; and
v. Ensure that solutions leveraging third-party technology complement TANESCO’s strategy and develop breadth skills across application technology areas relevant to TANESCO business areas’ of services.

1.3.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE 
 Bachelor of Science in Computer science or Information Technology degree, or its equivalent;
 One year working experience in a related fied;
 Knowledge in Database design, structured query language (SQL). MySQL and Transact – SQL Linux and Database Management;
 Oracle Database Certification or Other Database Management certificate is an added advantage;
 Knowledge of programming languages, very detail – oriented and have excellent problem solving skills;
 Good understanding of distributed computing architectures, e.g. Client - server model;
 Better understanding of storage technologies and networking, especially IBM and HP Storage; and
 Better understanding of routine maintenance, recovery, and handling failover of a database.

1.4. ARTISAN (CIVIL) - 1 POST

1.4.1 WORKSTATION: HYDRO POWER PLANT

1.4.2 SUPERVISED BY: TECHNICIAN – CIVIL

1.4.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Responsible for installing, repairing and maintaining pipes, fixtures and other plumbing used for water distribution and waste water disposal in residential and official buildings;
ii. Carry out routing plumbing maintenance works are carried out in Plant’s residential and office buildings;
iii. Assist in reviewing building plans and specifications to determine the layout for plumbing and related materials;
iv. Carry out inspection works and submit a report to Civil Technician for checkup;
v. Responsible in carrying out new plumbing installations to new constructed houses and repair the existing installations; and
vi. Responsible in repairing waste water systems (sewerage system).

1.4.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Form IV and/or both IV/VI Secondary School Academic Certificates;
 Holder of Electrical installation trade Test Level II and III or its equivalent;
 Valid Driving License Class C, C1, C2, C3 and/or E is an added advantage.
 One year working experience in a related field.

1.5. ARTISAN (ELECTRICIAN) – 1POST

1.5.1 WORKSTATION: THERMAL POWER STATION

1.5.2 SUPERVISED BY: TECHNICIAN – MECHANICAL

1.5.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Responsible for preventive and breakdown duties of all electrical installations in the plant;
ii. Responsible for safe and economic maintenance of the plant;
iii. Ensure company security and safety regulations are being observed all the time;
iv. The priority must be the personnel safety and security of company equipment;
v. Inspect electrical system, equipment and components to identify hazards, defects, and the need for adjustment or repair and to ensure compliance with codes; and
vi. Responsible for testing of electrical system and continuity of circuits in electrical wiring, equipment and fixtures, using testing devices such as ohmmeters, voltmeters to ensure compatibility and safety of the system.

1.5.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
i. Holder of Electrical installation trade Test Level II and III or its equivalent;
ii. Form IV and/or both IV/VI Secondary School Academic Certificates;
iii. Valid Driving License Class C, C1, C2, C3 and/or E is an added advantage;
iv. One year working experience in a related field.

1.6. ARTISAN (FITTER MECHANICS/TURNER) – 4 POSTS 

1.6.1 WORKSTATION: THERMAL POWER STATION 

1.6.2 SUPERVISED BY: TECHNICIAN - MECHANICAL 

1.6.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Maintenance of plant machinery by attending all plant equipments to ensure smooth running of all plant machinery at the station by adhering to Plant preventive maintenance schedule;
ii. Continuous checking of operating machines for preventive maintenance iii. Assist mechanical technicians in disassembling machines during overhaul/maintenance;
iv. Ensure company security and safety regulations are being observed all the time. The priority must be the personnel safety and security of company equipment;
v. Fabrication of all metal equipments and tools required for effective machinery operations;
vi. Servicing and repairing power generation machines under the directives from the supervisor; and vii. Conduct regular inspection of the engines and generators and report any defect to Supervisor.

1.6.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Holder of Fitter Mechanics Level II or III from VETA or any other recognized institution;
 Form IV and/or both IV/VI Secondary School Academic Certificates;
 One year working experience in a related field.

1.7. ARTISAN (LINESMAN /WOMAN) – 199 POSTS 

1.7.1 WORKSTATION: REGIONS/DISTRICTS 

1.7.2 SUPERVISED BY: TECHNICIAN – ELECTRICAL 

1.7.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Responsible for Construction, Maintenance and Emergency works in the Region/District;
ii. Construct and maintain distribution lines network in accordance with the company procedures and standards; iii. Excavates holes for poles erection to ensure they excavated according to the company standards and measurements; iv. Strings electrical conductors to distribution lines in a proper manner based on Engineering Instructions and Safety Rules;
v. Connects power to the customers timely and according to the Company Standards so as to ensure customers’ safety to their lives and properties from being endangered by power supplied; and
vi. Attending both reported and unreported temporarily breakdowns immediately without any delays so as to ensure customers have constant power supply.

1.7.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE 
 Holder of Electrical installation trade Test Level II and III or its equivalent;
 Form IV and/or both IV/VI Secondary School Academic Certificates;
 Valid Driving License Class C, C1, C2, C3 and/or E is an added advantage;
 One year working experience in a related field.

1.8. ARTISAN (PLANT OPERATOR) – 4 POSTS 

1.8.1 WORKSTATION: THERMAL POWER STATION 

1.8.2 SUPERVISED BY: TECHNICIAN – MECHANICAL 

1.8.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

i. Responsible for safe, efficiency and economical operation of the plant;
ii. Ensure that readings are recorded in control room and record correctly in the log sheet;
iii. Identify abnormal alarm and ensure abnormalities in readings are recorded promptly;
iv. Clean charge air filters, auxiliary equipment and other unit in the power house /workshop and around the plant;
v. Clean all areas inside the power house; and
vi. Responsible in observing power stations safety rules and regulations.

1.8.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Holder of Electrical installation Trade Test Level II and III or its equivalent;
 Form IV and/or both IV/VI Secondary School Academic Certificates;
 One year working experience in a related field.

1.9. ARTISAN - SYSTEM OPERATOR – 25 POSTS 

1.9.1 WORKSTATION: GRID/OFF-GRID SUBSTATIONS 1.9.2 SUPERVISED BY: TECHNICIAN – ELECTRICAL

1.9.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Monitoring continuous and reliable flow of electric power supply from generating plants to various places of grid destination and distribution points; ii. Collect all necessary initial technical data in the daily log sheets and defect register book; iii. Issue permits to work, limitation of access, sanction of test after proper isolation of equipment; iv. Maintain close liaison with National Grid Control Centre (NGCC), generating plant stations and other grid substation operators to ensure smooth restoration of power supply in case of system power failure; v. Report a day recorded shift events to system control supervisor to ensure the higher authority get informed for record and action; and vi. Ensure reliability of power supply to customers, safety of the people and safety of the equipment (i.e., Transformers, Circuit Breakers, Isolators, compensating equipment such as reactors, capacitors, SVC). 1.9.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE  Holder of Electrical installation trade Test Level II and III or its equivalent;  Form IV and/or both IV/VI Secondary School Academic Certificates;
 Basic knowledge in Computer operations is a must;  One year job experience in a related field.

1.10. CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE – 2 POSTS 

1.10.1 WORKSTATION: REGION/DISTRICT 

1.10.2 SUPERVISED BY: REGIONAL CUSTOMER RELATIONS OFFICER 

1.10.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Handle customer inquiries/ complaints and ensure customers receive efficient and satisfactory services in the Region;
ii. Receive calls from customers and relay information to the recipient staff clearly, timely and perfectly;
iii. Register all customer complaints in the special register and TANESCO’S Service Delivery Management System (SDM);
iv. Proper recording of time used to restore/repair/respond to customer complains/breakdowns; v. Answering customers queries and give clear clarification to customers; and vi. Handle complaints, provide appropriate solutions and alternatives within the time limits and follow up to ensure resolution.
1.10.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE 
 Certificate in Marketing or Customer Services from registered and recognized Institution/University;
 Form IV and/or both IV/VI Secondary School Academic Certificates;
 Computer knowledge is compulsory.
 One year working experience in a related field.

1.11. DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR – 1 POST 

1.11.1 WORKSTATION: ICT HEAD OFFICE 

1.11.2 SUPERVISED BY: PRINCIPAL ICT OFFICER 

1.11.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Maintains primary and failover databases of the systems. He/ She will keep the databases up and running smoothly 24/7; ii. Build database system of high availability and quality depending on each end user’s specialized role; iii. Design and implement database in accordance to end users’ information needs and views; iv. Define users and enable data distribution to the right user, in appropriate format and in a timely manner; v. Use high-speed transaction recovery technique and backup data; vi. Minimize Database downtime and manage parameters to provide fast query responses; vii. Determine, enforce and document Database policies, procedures and standards; viii. Perform tests and evaluations regularly to ensure data security, privacy and integrity; ix. Monitor Database performance, implement, changes and apply new patches and version when required ; and x. Coordinates interfaces with other databases to facilitate data sharing and ensure compatibility. Analyzes system failures and executes procedures to restore system and database operations.

1.11.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor of Science in Computer science or Information Technology degree, or its equivalent;  Knowledge in Database design, structured query language (SQL). MySQL and Transact – SQL Linux and Database Management;  Oracle Database Certification or Other Database Management certificate is an added advantage;  Knowledge of programming languages, very detail – oriented and have excellent problem solving skills;  General understanding of distributed computing architectures, e.g. Client - server model;  Better understanding of operating system, preferably Windows and Linux;  Better understanding of storage technologies and networking, especially IBM and HP Storage; and  Better understanding of routine maintenance, recovery, and handling failover of a database.  One year working experience in a related field.

1.12. DAY CARE TEACHER – 2 POSTS

1.12.1 WORKSTATION: HYDRO POWER PLANT

1.12.2 SUPERVISED BY: PLANT HR OFFICER

1.12.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Provide high quality and standard education services to employees’ children, dependents and children from surrounding community; ii. Maintain a safe and healthy environment for children including general cleanliness; iii. Provide various experiences and activities for children including songs, games/sports, handcrafts and stories; iv. Perform monthly, quarterly and annual assessments for children’s developments. v. Keeping all appropriate records of attendance and time sheets; vi. Establish routine and provide positive guidance to children; vii. Ensure that children are being supervised all the time at the school environment; viii. Integrate special needs children in positive and respectful manner and discuss identified problems and needs with the parents.

1.12.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

 Certificate in Day Care/ Nursery from recognized academic institution;  Form IV and/or both IV/VI Secondary School Academic Certificates; and  One year working experience in a related field.

1.13. DRIVER II – 43 POSTS 

1.13.1 WORKSTATION: HEAD OFFICE/ REGIONS/ DISTRICTS 

1.13.2 SUPERVISED BY: TRANSPORT OFFICER 

1.13.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Driving and maintaining the Company vehicles as per Company rules, traffic instructions and regulations;
ii. Drive and maintaining company vehicles as per laid down rules, traffic instructions and regulations, to facilitate company’s business operations;
iii. Drive vehicle on a schedule and designated route to ensure safety and timely delivery of staff and materials;
iv. Performs minor maintenance tasks on assigned vehicle(s) including pre-trip inspections as required;
v. Maintain accurate, up-to-date records on log sheets, vehicle maintenance, accident reports, vehicle condition reports and other records that are requested by management;
vi. Coordinates the schedule for major or periodic vehicle maintenance with management to avoid service interruptions;
vii. Monitor, ascertain and timely repair of Company vehicle according to the required standards; and
viii. Perform courier and messenger duties.

1.13.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE 
 Form IV and/or both IV/VI Secondary School Academic Certificates;
 Valid Driving License Class C/C1/C2/C3 and/or E;
 Professional Driving Certificate from National Institute of Transport (NIT) & and/or VETA;  Trade Test either in Grade I, II or III in Automobile Engineering/Mechanics from recognized institution is an added advantage;
 One year working experience in a related field.

1.14. ECONOMIST TRAINEE – 1 POST 

1.14.1 WORKSTATION: STRATEGIC PLANNING, HEAD OFFICE 

1.14.2 SUPERVISED BY: PRINCIPAL STRATEGIC PLANNING 

1.14.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Assist in planning, designing, and researching to aid in interpretation of economic relationships and in solution;
ii. Plan, design, and conduct research to aid in interpretation of economic relationships and solutions; iii. Review and analyze economic data in order to prepare reports detailing results of investigation, and to stay abreast of economic changes;
iv. Compile, analyze, and report data to explain economic phenomena and forecast market trends, applying mathematical models and statistical techniques;
v. Develop economic guidelines and standards and prepare points of view used in forecasting trends and formulating economic policy;
vi. Forecast production and consumption of renewable resources and supply, consumption and depletion of non-renewable resources;
vii. Formulate recommendations, policies, or plans to solve economic problems or to interpret markets;
viii. Provide advice and consultation on economic relationships to Energy sector; and ix. Enhance safety matters in the section to ensure safety to employees, customers and equipment.

1.14.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE 
 Bachelor degree in Economics from recognized institution/university;
 Post graduate qualification in the related field will be an added advantage; and
 One year of working experience in the related field.

1.15. ENGINEER INSTRUMENTATION TRAINEE – 1POST 

1.15.1 WORKSTATION: THERMAL POWER STATION/PLANT 1.15.2 SUPERVISED BY: PRINCIPAL ENGINEER – PLANT 

1.15.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Responsible for managing and execution of all Instrumentation and control maintenance works/activities in the Plant with objective of ensuring smooth operational of power generating equipment; ii. Responsible for designing and developing new control systems, testing, maintaining and modifying existing systems; iii. Responsible for analysing data, troubleshooting for errors and presenting findings in written reports;
iv. Managing instrumentation and control operations and maintenances;
v. Respond promptly to emergence calls during emergence breakdowns to ensure restoration of fault equipment within minimum time possible;
vi. Plan and Schedule plant Instrumentation and Control system maintenance works, keep maintenance records, equipment status updating;
vii. Prepares specifications for instruments, systems (DCS), instrument data sheets and loop diagrams; viii. Interprets all drawings and manuals necessary for smooth execution of the plants. This includes interpreting circuit diagrams and instrument detail design on P&ID's;
ix. Execute properly and write computer software, programs and test procedures;
x. Working collaboratively with planning engineers, maintenance engineers, operation engineers, purchasers and other internal staff to for smooth execution of the power plant;
xi. Also responsible for supervising installation and testing of new control and measurement instruments;
xii. Calibrating instruments and associated equipment;
xiii. Observe safety regulations when carrying out maintenance duties to ensure no accidents to people and equipment while ensuring quality work standards; and
xiv. Maintain and keep in safe custody all equipment and working tools under your jurisdiction

1.15.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE 
 Bachelor Degree in Instrumentation and Control or Electrical and Electronics Engineering from a recognized University;
 Must be registered by Engineers Registration Board (ERB);
 Computer literacy is a must.
 One year working experience in a related field.

1.16. HYDROLOGIST TRAINEE -1 POST 

1.16.1 WORKSTATION: INVESTMENT

1.16.2 SUPERVISED BY: PRINCIPAL ENGINEER WATER RESOURCES 

1.16.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Responsible hydrological data collection, computation, analysis including scientific modelling and advising on all hydrological issues pertaining to hydropower project development and sustainable operation of the existing plants;
ii. Responsible for setting criteria and methodologies for hydrological data collection, compilation and analysis; iii. Undertake cost effective hydrological data analysis work at pre-feasibility, feasibility and other similar studies;
iv. Maintain an up to date record of hydrological, meteorological and other related data for all major rivers in the country as well as hydropower stations;
v. Participate in planning and design of hydraulic structures in close cooperation with Design Engineer;
vi. Participate as counterpart to external consultants in hydropower engineering studies/projects being carried out by local and external consultants;
vii. Initiate and co-ordinate water resources related research activities with other research institutions;
viii. Liaise with the Ministry responsible for water, the directorate of meteorology and other agencies, consultants, water regulators, researchers, external bodies and other professionals dealing with water basins, predicting and monitoring rainfall, water yields and usage, and development of drought management strategies;
ix. Responsible for recording and Processing and storage of water resource data;
x. Keeping up-to-date with scientific and technical developments;
xi. Supervision work of hydrometric and other staff; and
xii. Prepare timely accurate and quality technical and other reports.

1.16.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE 
 Bachelor Degree in Hydrology, Water Resource Management or any other relevant field;
 Resources Engineering or equivalent qualifications;
 Registered by ERB as Graduate Engineer; and
 Minimum of one year working experience in the relevant field.

1.17. ICT SECURITY ANALYST – 1POST 

1.17.1 WORKSTATION: ICT HEAD OFFICE 

1.17.2 SUPERVISED BY: PRINCIPAL ICT OFFICER 

1.17.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Perform day-to-day ICT security management activities, including responding to user problems and rectifying faults. Detect and respond to intrusion or security breaches. Perform maintenance operations such as signature updates and software upgrades;
ii. Co-ordinate contingency planning and testing; perform security audits and maintain a systems disaster recovery manuals. Ensure all security documentation and procedures meet compliance requirements;
iii. Execute, monitor, investigate, summarize and report on information received from security devices;
iv. Assess the impact of new technologies on existing or planned systems and ensure proper security education, awareness and training of personnel in all areas of security operations;
v. Evaluate effectiveness of current architecture and process towards meeting organizations security goals. Ensure there are no unauthorized access to the company network systems and information both by external or external personnel; and ensure physical security of the buildings and offices where hardware, software and communication circuits are located;
vi. Audit impact of security technology and processes to ensure that implemented policy and technology meeting organizations information technology requirements;
vii. Perform ICT security risk assessments and contribute toward better risk management of the TANESCO’s information systems. Design risk mitigation solutions to include business continuity plans and emergency response plans; and
viii. Compile system efficiency reports as required by management and regular (monthly, weekly and year-end) reports expeditiously.

1.17.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE 
 Bachelor degree in Computer science/Telecommunication Engineering or related field;
 Certified Ethical Hacker, Certified Penetration Tester, Certified Reverse Engineering Analyst or related ICT security certifications is a MUST; and
 One year working experience in a related field.

1.18. NETWORK ENGINEER TRAINEE – 1POST 

1.18.1 WORKSTATION: ICT HEAD OFFICE 

1.18.2 SUPERVISED BY: PRINCIPAL ICT OFFICER 

1.18.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Analyze, design, install, configure, maintain and repair network infrastructure and application components and train users to ensure the computer network performance meets company and user satisfaction;
ii. Install, manage and maintain all Cable & Fibre communication equipment found in the WAN system;
iii. Prepare preventive maintenance schedule for routers, switches, Cable & Fibre equipment and maintain communication infrastructure documentation and inventories;
iv. Develop, update and monitor Cable & Fibre communication security whilst ensuring secure communication within TANESCO and with external parties;
v. Evaluate existing communication infrastructure with a view of ensuring optimal usage and utilization to cut cost of operation. Monitor bandwidth use, analyse traffic patterns and volumes, and determining impact/implications of issues;
vi. Keep Cable & Fibre communication equipment maintenance schedules and due dates and schedule testing of offsite backup data from time to time;
vii. Respond to Service Desk referrals of end-user requests for help; and
viii. Conducts routine hardware and software audits of workstations to ensure compliance with established policies and procedures.

1.18.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor of Science in Telecommunication/ Computer Engineering /Computer Science or equivalent;
 Skills in Network equipment configurations and maintenance that include CISCO, Juniper and other common equipment including optical communication systems;
 Skills in Firewall configurations especially Sophos and Cisco ASA is an added advantage; and
 One year working experience in a related field.

1.19. NURSE MIDWIFE – 2POSTS 

1.19.1 WORKSTATION: HYDRO POWER PLANT

1.19.2 SUPERVISED BY: MEDICAL DOCTOR

1.19.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Assess patient problems and needs, develop and implement nursing care plans and maintain medical records; ii. Assist and provide safe delivery to pregnant mothers to minimize maternal and neonatal mortality rates;
iii. Administer medications and drugs as prescribed by clinical officer and observe patients symptoms and conditions;
iv. Provide patients with direct family planning services;
v. Order, receive, store dispense drugs and other pharmaceuticals;
vi. Provides community educational health;
vii. Provides vaccinations to mother and child and provide first aid; viii. Maintain and supervise dispensary cleaners; and
ix. Assist clinical officer with examinations and treatments.

1.19.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE 
 Certificate in Nurse Midwife from a recognize Government institutions;
 Certificate of Secondary Education (Form IV and/or both IV/VI);  At least one year (1) of working experience in dispensary, Health Centre or Hospital.

1.20. SECURITY OFFICER – 1POST 

1.20.1 WORKSTATION: HYDRO POWER PLANT 1.20.2 SUPERVISED BY: PLANT MANAGER 1.20.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES i. Develop, recommend and implement policies related to the effective plant security in order to achieve the business unit goals. ii. Plan and develop appropriate strategies for guarding the Power Plants premises and all systems; iii. Provide leadership, direction and devise specific strategies and actions to effectively prevent all kinds of planned theft, vandalism or sabotages of Company properties and assets; iv. Follow up of all information received through informers or other sources and ensure that the sources are highly protected; v. Liaise with and work in collaborations with all authorities, state organs and individuals to establish and maintain a harmonious environment with a view to identify electricity theft; vi. Maintain clear and concise records of case files and exhibits for ease of reference; vii. Ensure that Exhibits are properly recorded and treated with a high sense of accountability and always in a secured custody; viii. Ensure that the Power Plants is a safe and conducive environment to work by advising and sensitizing staff on the importance of having a secured place of work; and ix. Report on time any incident/accident involving Company properties, assets and personnel to the Plant Manager for appropriate directives and actions. 1.20.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE  A university degree of any discipline or its equivalent in Laws, Engineering, Materials Management, Social Science. Or Accountancy;  Certificate of training on security matters and good governance from Police (CCP) or any other reputable security training institution; and  One year of working experience in a reputable company or security organization. 1.21. STORES ASSISTANT – 14 POSTS 1.21.1 WORKSTATION: REGION/DISTRICT 1.21.2 SUPERVISED BY: STORES OFFICER 1.21.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES i. Assist in managing stores activities, controls stock and issue of materials for smooth operation; ii. Posting of receiving and issuing voucher to ensure stock balance corresponds with received/issued items; iii. Maintain and control stocks to ensure efficient delivery and issues of the same; iv. Produce monthly reports and returns in order that the management gets informed of the Maintenance Unit performance; v. Keep and control stores data (in all forms) to prevent fraud and misappropriation; vi. Contribute in stock checking programs to ensure they are maintained to the extent that the physical inventory agrees with the supply system records; and vii. Key-in materials in iScala system to ensure correct data control. 1.21.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE  Ordinary Diploma in Material and Logistic Management, Procurement or equivalent;  Form IV and/or both IV/VI Secondary School Academic Certificates;  One year experience in the relevant field;  Must be registered by PSPTB or any relevant professional body.  One year working experience in a related field. 1.22. STORES ATTENDANT – 50 POSTS 1.22.1 WORKSTATION: HEAD OFFICE/ REGION/ DISTRICT 1.22.2 SUPERVISED BY: STORES OFFICER 1.22.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES i. Assist in store activities, stock control and issue of materials for smooth operations. ii. Posting of receiving and issuing voucher to ensure stock balance corresponds with received/issued items; iii. Assist in managing and coordinating all stores processes and ensure availability of materials, tools and equipment; iv. Assist maintaining and controlling of stocks to ensure efficient delivery and issues of the same; v. Contribute in producing monthly reports and returns in order that the management gets informed of the Maintenance Unit performance; vi. Assist in ensuring that stores data (in all forms) are kept and controlled to prevent fraud and misappropriation; vii. Contribute in stock checking programs to ensure they are maintained to the extent that the physical inventory agrees with the supply system records; viii. Key-in materials in iScala system to ensure correct data control 1.22.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE  Certificate in Materials Management or relevant field;  Form IV and/or both IV/VI Secondary School Academic Certificates;  One year experience in the relevant field. 1.23. STORE OFFICER TRAINEE – 2 POSTS 1.23.1 WORKSTATION: HEAD OFFICE/ REGION 1.23.2 SUPERVISED BY: PRINCIPAL/REGIONAL STORES/SUPPLIES OFFICER 1.23.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES i. Manage and coordinate all stores processes and ensure availability of materials, tools and equipment; ii. Advise Regional Financial Officer regarding store matters and identifying potential problem areas such as stock outs and low stock to ensure adherence to the company and public stores regulations; iii. Maintain and control stocks of materials to ensure efficient delivery and issues of the same; iv. Plan, monitor and control the activities of members of department in order to ensure the most effective utilization of resources and achievement of objectives and targets; v. Produce monthly reports and returns in order that the management gets informed of the region performance;
vi. Ensure stores data (in all forms) are kept and controlled to prevent fraud and misappropriation;
vii. Ensure stock checking programs are maintained to the extent that the physical inventory agrees with the supply system records; and
viii. Ensure the achievement of safety and environmental objectives by providing leadership in the areas of safe working practices and storekeeping.

1.23.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE 
 Bachelor Degree/Advanced Diploma in Materials Management/Procurement or equivalent
 Form IV and/or both IV/VI Secondary School Academic Certificates;
 Must be registered by PSPTB or relevant professional body;
 One year working experience in the relevant field.

1.24. SUPPLIES ASSISTANT – 15 POSTS 

1.24.1 WORKSTATION: REGION/DISTRICT 

1.24.2 SUPERVISED BY: SUPPLIES OFFICER 

1.24.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Receive, issue and record materials in the store to ensure store balance is maintained all the time;
ii. Receiving of materials from suppliers and ensure that the quality and quantity correspond to the given specification and store in a safe place;
iii. Issue materials by insuring that the quantity corresponds with the approved store issuing voucher; iv. Posting of both receive /issue voucher in the bin cards to ensure stock balance corresponds with received/issued items;
v. Key in materials in iSCALA system to ensure correct data control;
vi. Carry-out Local Purchase to ensure that the items purchased meet value for money; and
vii. Conduct periodic stock checking and stock reconciliation.

1.24.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE 
 Ordinary Diploma Procurement & Supplies Management or equivalent from recognised institution;  Form IV and/or both IV/VI Secondary School Academic Certificates;
 Must be registered by PSPTB or any relevant professional body.
 One year working experience in related field.

1.25. TECHNICIAN (ELECTRICAL) – 7 

1.25.1 WORKSTATION: REGION/ DISTRICTS 

1.25.2 SUPERVISED BY: ENGINEER –ELECTRICAL

1.25.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Responsible for execution of all electrical maintenance works/activities in the Plant with objective of ensuring smooth operational of power generating equipment;
ii. Respond promptly to emergence calls during emergence breakdowns to ensure restoration of fault equipment within minimum time possible;
iii. Attend the plant Maintenance works as schedule, keep maintenance records, equipment status updating and submit work reports after repairs or preventive maintenance;
iv. Ensure all the control cubicles in control room, relay room and entrance building are locked, free from dust and cobwebs on the outside and inside, also make sure all the equipment in these cubicles are in a good order;
v. Reading and interpreting all drawings and manuals necessary for smooth execution of the plants;
vi. Execute properly preventive maintenance of electrical equipment in a planned time to ensure emergence breakdowns are avoided;
vii. Responsible for going through the defect book in control room and attend defects recorded in the defect book;
viii. Identify all faults/defects of the equipment and carry out necessary repairs; ix. Responsible for carrying out installation and testing of new electrical equipment;
x. Observe safety regulations when carrying out maintenance duties to ensure no accidents to people and equipment; and
xi. Maintain and keep in safe custody all equipment and working tools under your jurisdiction

1.25.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Form IV and/or both IV/VI Secondary School Academic Certificates;
 Holder of FTC or Ordinary Diploma in Electrical Engineering from a recognized Technical institution;
 Computer literacy is a must.
 One year working experience in a related field.

1.26. TECHNICIAN (SYSTEM OPERATORS) – 25 POSTS

1.26.1 WORKSTATION: GRID/OFF-GRID SUBSTATIONS

1.26.2 SUPERVISED BY: SUBSTATIONS SUPERVISOR/ ENGINEER

1.26.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

i. Monitoring continuous and reliable flow of electric power supply from generating plants to various places of grid destination and distribution points;
ii. Collect all necessary initial technical data in the daily log sheets and defect register book;
iii. Issue permits to work, limitation of access, sanction of test after proper isolation of equipment at switch yard before people start working to ensure highest safety standards are observed and maintained all the times in order to preserve life and property;
iv. Maintain close liaison with National Grid Control Centre (NGCC), generating plant stations and other grid substation operators to ensure smooth restoration of power supply in case of system power failure;
v. Report a day recorded shift events to system control supervisor to ensure the higher authority get informed for record and action; and
vi. Ensure reliability of power supply to customers, safety of the people and safety of the equipment (i.e., Transformers, Circuit Breakers, Isolators, compensating equipment such as reactors, capacitors, SVC etc.)

1.26.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Diploma in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electrical Engineering or its equivalent from a recognized learning Institution;
 Must have Form IV and/or both IV/VI Secondary School Academic Certificates;
 Computer knowledge is a must.
 One year (1) working experience in related field.

1.27. TECHNICIAN REFRIGERATION – 3 POSTS

1.27.1 WORKSTATION: TERMAL POWER STATION/ PLANT

1.27.2 SUPERVISED BY: PRINCIPAL ENGINEER – PLANT

1.27.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Operate and monitor Hydro ventilation systems, chiller plants and all cooling equipment/ instruments including Station air condition units and related cooling equipment’s;
ii. Install, service and repair refrigeration systems and equipment such as condensing units, compressors and evaporators;
iii. Implement Preventive maintenance duties on related areas including re-planning scheduled activities on the system;
iv. Ensure timely preparation of spare parts requirements for all related plants as guided by observed failure rate, available stocks and procurement procedures;
v. Prepare and submit periodic reports on the status of maintenance activities for Management decisions;
vi. Carry out visual inspection of all cooling equipments/instruments and to report all faults and defects found;
vii. Perform maintenance, adjustments and repairs of ventilation systems, chiller plant and all cooling equipments including all type air conditioners;
viii. Regularly check-up ventilation systems and cooling equipment according to the instructions by ensuring that hourly readings of instruments’ gauges and other apparatus is done as scheduled;
ix. Plan annual requirements for consumable materials and spare parts for the chiller plant and its accessories including other cooling equipment; and
x. Enhance safety matters in the section to ensure safety to employees, customers and equipment.

1.27.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Ordinary Diploma/ Full Technician plus Certificate in Refrigeration and Air condition Engineering or any technical Diploma with refrigeration subjects from a recognized Technical Institution;
 Must possess Form IV and/or both IV/VI Secondary School Academic Certificates;
 One year working experience in a related field.

1.28. TRANSPORT OFFICER TRAINEE – 21 POSTS

1.28.1 WORKSTATION: HEAD OFFICE/ REGION

1.28.2 SUPERVISED BY: PRINCIPAL/REGIONAL STORES/SUPPLIES/TRANSPORT OFFICER

1.28.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Plan, organize, coordinate and control company’s transportation fleet as per Company Transport Policy;
ii. Timely update prevailing Transport Information Management System to enable generation of fleet performance report for Management decision;
iii. Keep track for all vehicles under car tracking system so that any discrepancy could be reported for immediate rescue measure;
iv. Identify and consolidate all motor vehicles/cycles that qualified for disposal in compliance to the transport policy in order to get rid of vehicles that are expensive to run;
v. Provide transport - related logistical assistance as requested by the Business units so as to ensure smooth operations;
vi. Assist in monitoring performance contracts of various fuel filling stations providing services to region;
vii. Maintain proper inventory of all components of vehicles, making sure they are maintained and checked frequently, monitor the maintenance, and servicing schedule of the vehicles is followed; and viii. Track repairs and costs as part of monitoring and oversee the repair process.

1.28.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree /Advanced Diploma in Transport and Logistics/Freight Management or Auto-Mechanics Engineering from any reputable Higher Learning Institution.
  Form IV and/or both IV/VI Secondary School Academic Certificates;
 Computer knowledge is compulsory.
 One year minimum Experience in transport/freights management/automechanics field.

1.29. PROCUREMENT OFFICER TRAINEE – 2POSTS

1.29.1 WORKSTATION: REGION/ZONE

1.29.2 SUPERVISED BY: REGIONAL PROCUREMENT OFFICER

1.29.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Assist in implementing procurement processes (goods, works and services) in a transparent, objective, economic and efficient manner, consistent with relevant policies, legislation, regulations and guidelines in accordance to Public Procurement Act, 2011 and any other International procurement guidelines.
ii. Make follow up, keep record and reports of all procurement activities performed by the procurement management unit for various functional units within the Company; iii. Participate in preparation and /or reviewing of user requirement, solicitation documents, evaluation report, procurement performance reports and any other documentation related to company procurement processes;
iv. Assist in monitoring compliance by the company with the rules and procedures of the country’s procurement guidelines, including various donors’ procurement guidelines;
v. Assist in mplementation and handling of procurement processes for adequacy of documentation, authorization, compliance and adherence to regulations in place to ensure economy and efficiency, accountability, transparency, fairness, integrity and effectiveness of procurement processes;
vi. Assist in preparation of Tender Board papers, invitation memos, and review of evaluation reports and ensuring compliance of time limits as stipulated in regulations and departmental key performance Indicators; vii. Assist in preparation of procurement documents in line with the approved procurement plan and applicable guidelines.;
viii. Assist in preparation and submission of periodic reports;
ix. Participate in preparation of Corporate Annual Procurement Plan, updating the same in order to achieve total compliance to the plan;
x. Enhance safety matters in the section to ensure safety to employees, customers and equipment.

1.29.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor’s Degree in Procurement or Advanced Diploma in Materials Management OR Procurement & Logistics;
 Must possess Form IV and/or VI Secondary School Academic Certificates (School Leaving Certificates not acceptable);
 Must be registered by relevant professional body;
 Good understanding of the Public Procurement Act no. 7 of 2011 (including its amendments of 2016); Regulations 2013 (and its amendments) and guidelines;
 Not less than a 1 years relevant working experience in the field.

1.30. STORES OFFICER TRAINEE – 4 POSTS 

1.30.1 WORKSTATION: HEAD OFFICE/ REGION 

1.30.2 SUPERVISED BY: PRINCIPAL/REGIONAL STORES/SUPPLIES OFFICER 

1.30.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
i. Managing store activities, controls stock and issue of materials for smooth operation.
ii. Manage and coordinate all stores processes and ensure availability of materials, tools and equipment;
iii. Advise Regional Financial Officer regarding store matters and identifying potential problem areas such as stock outs and low stock to ensure adherence to the company and public stores regulations;
iv. Maintain and control stocks of materials to ensure efficient delivery and issues of the same;
v. Plan, monitor and control the activities of members of department in order to ensure the most effective utilization of resources and achievement of objectives and targets;
vi. Produce monthly reports and returns in order that the management gets informed of the region performance;
vii. Ensure stores data (in all forms) are kept and controlled to prevent fraud and misappropriation; viii. Ensure stock checking programs are maintained to the extent that the physical inventory agrees with the supply system records
ix. Ensure the achievement of safety and environmental objectives by providing leadership in the areas of safe working practices and storekeeping.

1.30.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree/Advance Diploma in Materials Management/Procurement or equivalent
 Must be registered by PSPTB or relevant professional body.

1.31. SUPPLIES OFFICER TRAINEE – 5 POSTS

1.31.1 WORKSTATION: HEAD OFFICE/REGION

1.31.2 SUPERVISED BY: REGIONAL FINANCIAL OFFICER/PRINCIPAL SUPPLIES OFFICER

1.31.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. Responsible for managing store activities, controls stock and issue of materials for smooth operation in the Regions and Zone level.
ii. Manage and coordinate all stores processes in the regions to ensure availability of materials, tools and equipment.
iii. Advise Accountant regarding store matters to ensure adherence to the Company and public stores regulations.
iv. Ensure there is proper maintenance and control of stocks of materials for efficient issuance and delivery of the same.
v. Plan, monitor and control the activities of members of zone in order to ensure the most effective utilization of resources and achievement of objectives and targets.
vi. Produce monthly reports and returns in order that the management gets informed of the regional and zonal stores performance.
vii. Ensure stores data (in all forms) are kept and controlled to prevent fraud and misuse.

1.31.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor Degree/Advance Diploma in Materials Management/Procurement or equivalent
 Must be registered by PSPTB or relevant professional body

1.32. MATERIALS MANAGEMENT AUDITOR TRAINEE – 1 POST

1.32.1 WORKSTATION: INTERNAL AUDIT

1.32.2 SUPERVISED BY: PRINCIPAL INTERNAL AUDITOR

1.32.3 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Performs materials management auditing work including financial, compliance, and materials management audit projects.
 Reviews and keeps up to date materials management audit programs;
 Conducting risk assessment and recommending control measures on identified materials management control weaknesses;
 Investigates on the causes of pilferage losses, discrepancies on stocks;
 Verifies the accuracy of stock records, cards and bin cards;
 Reports and advises on application of laid down procedures on store keeping, stock controls and purchasing;
 Performs audit procedures, including identifying and defining issues, developing criteria, reviewing and analysing evidence, and documenting client processes and procedures;
 Identifies, develops, and documents audit issues and recommendations using independent judgement concerning areas being reviewed;
 Assists in communicating the results of audit and consulting projects via written reports and oral presentations to management of audited units.

1.32.4 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE 
 Bachelor’s degree or Advanced Diploma in Materials Management from an accredited college or university;
 Holder of a recognised Professional certification as a PSPTB is a must;
 Professional certification as a CSP is a must;
 At least One years of full-time experience in materials management auditing and investigations.

GENERAL CONDITIONS
 i. All applicants must be Citizens of Tanzania generally with an age not above 45 years except for the cadres the age limit is specified;
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;
 Professional Registration and Training Certificates from respective Registration or Regulatory Bodies;
 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. Overqualified candidates are not expected to apply;
vii. An applicants must upload recent Passport Size Photo in the Recruitment Portal; viii. An applicant employed in the Public Service should route his application letter through his respective employers;
ix. An applicant who is retired from the Public Service for whatever reason should not apply;
x. An applicants should indicate three reputable referees with their reliable contacts;
xi. 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);
xii. Certificates from Foreign Universities should be verified by The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU); xiii. An applicant with special needs/case (disability) is supposed/advised to indicate; xiv. A signed application letter should be written either in Swahili or English language and Addressed to
Secretary, 
Presidents Office, 
Public Service Recruitment Secretariat, 
Utumishi House, 
8 Kivukoni Road, 
11102 Dar Es Salaam;
xv. Deadline for application is 13 rd August, 2019.
xvi. Only short listed candidates will be informed on a date for interview and;
xvii. 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

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