11 Job List at Asante Africa Foundation, Doctors with Africa CUAMM,The Jane Goodall Institute (JGI), Bayer Crop Science, Trade & Compliance Coordinator, Help Nutrition International Tanzania, Results for Development (R4D), HR World Limited and Britam


Job: Underwriter at Britam

The role holder will be responsible for assessing risks in accordance with laid down underwriting procedures in the company and ensure effective and efficient service delivery to customers. The role will report to the Branch Manager.

  • Review all applications for insurance –determine the profiles of risks presented to the company for insurance and assess their acceptability or otherwise.
  • Ensure all related activities to underwriting are properly coordinated and enforced
  • Prepare certificates and cover notes where necessary
  • Preparing policy documents, debit & credit notes & endorsements and authorizing them within authority limits
  • Ensuring premiums are settled as per company policy
  • Assess the loss ratios and ensuring that only quality business in invited for renewal
  • Reviewing renewal terms, ensuring renewal notices go out on time and following up renewals to ensure high retention rate
  • Ensure timely preparation and dispatch of policy documents
  • Review of suspense items and follow up on outstanding requirements with a view to reconciling them on time
  • Timely processing of quotations and tender documents, credits and refunds.
  • Maintain high standard level of customer service – responding to general underwriting enquiries (walk-in clients, telephone and emails)
  • Liaise with intermediaries and direct clients on issues relating to their policies
  • Implement credit control policy and ensure that premiums are debited and collected as required
  • Perform any other duties as may be assigned from time to time
  • Deliver on performance requirements as defined in the departments’ strategy map, balanced scorecard and Personal Scorecard.
  • Renewal retention
  • Document turnaround time
  • Gross loss
  • Compliance rate
Internal Relationships

  • Accountable to the Branch Manager
  • Required to liaise and work closely with the other departments as may be necessary
External Relationships

  • Britam customers
  • Insurance sector players
  • Bachelor’s degree (Insurance & Actuarial Science options preferred)
  • Professional qualification in Insurance (Certificate CII).
  • Two to four years’ experience in the insurance industry.
  • Experience in customer, market and competitor understanding.
  • Knowledge of Insurance regulatory requirements.
  • Knowledge of Britam products.
  • Learning and Researching: Rapidly learns new tasks and commits information to memory quickly; demonstrates an immediate understanding of newly presented information; gathers comprehensive information to support decision making at management level; learns from successes and failures and seeks colleague and customer feedback.
  • Working with People: Shows respect for the views and contributions of other team members; shows empathy; listens, supports and cares for others; consults others and shares information and expertise with them; builds team spirit and reconciles conflict; adapts to the team and fits in well.
  • Applying Expertise and Technology: Applies specialist and technical expertise; uses technology to achieve work objectives; develops job knowledge and expertise (theoretical and practical) through continual professional development; demonstrates an understanding of different organisational departments and functions.
  • Delivering Results and Meeting Customer Expectations: Focuses on customer needs and satisfaction; exhibits high standards for quality and quantity; monitors and maintains own quality and productivity; works in a systematic, methodical and orderly way; consistently achieves projects goals.
  • Following Instructions and Procedures: Follows procedures and policies; keeps to schedules; arrives punctually for work and meetings; demonstrates commitment to the organisation; complies with legal obligations and safety requirements of the role.
  • Adhering to Principles and Values: Upholds ethics and values; demonstrates integrity; accepts diversity; display individual responsibility towards the community and the environment; models the organisational values during every day interactions.
Job Posting: 27-05-2019
Deadline Date: 07-06-2019

Job: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager at Asante Africa Foundation

Asante Africa Foundation – Tanzania (AAF-Tz ) is a non-profit organization based in Arusha  Tanzania . Our mission is to educate and empower the next generation of change agents whose dreams and actions transform the future for Africa and the world. Asante Africa Foundation believes in the power of knowledge as a catalyst to help young people create a future where they can live their potential. Our work addresses the root causes of why children are not in school and paves the way for success in the classroom and beyond. Our programs are built upon three key pillars: create Access to Education, enhance Learning in the Classroom, and prepare youth for Life Beyond the Classroom.
Purpose of the Job
The MEL Manager will lead all the MEL aspects of Asante Africa programs including  developing, refining the existing M&E system, data collection, management and reporting, generate and disseminate learning from the project, data analysis and utilization – use the data to inform project implementation, donor reporting and the project contribution to the overall programs change ambition This also includes overall data quality assurance for the projects.
Duties and Responsibilities
  • Provide strategic MEL leadership and direction to the team implementing programs in all  aspects of M&E and information management;
  • Ensure that M&E data and results continue to inform program strategy by working with  program leadership to understand and devise strategies to implement results which maximize program impact;
  • Ensure the continuation of the highest quality of data collection and highest rigor of  analysis;
Job Title Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager
Position Reports to M&E Director
Position Supervises M&E Officer
Works Directly With Country Manager & Program Coordinators
Duration 1 year with possibility of extension based on performance and  availability of funds
Remuneration Gross Tshs 2,500,000/-
Job Location Arusha with frequent travel to Kenya
  • Support programs to create creative and innovative M&E learning systems with build-in  feedback loops which directly inform program managers and enable iterative improvements to program implementation, as well as feed into the broader organizational M&E system and strategy;
  • Be responsible of MEL deliverables to donors and programs;
  • Use existing resources train M&E and program teams in the area of monitoring and  evaluation and report writing;
  • In consultation with Program Coordinators, develop, review and update project results  frameworks and ensure that they logically capture the hierarchy of objectives, outcomes, outputs and indicators for the key thematic areas;
  • Work with senior management to address shortfalls in M&E that affect program  implementation and conduct internal DQAs
Job Specifications
Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience
Education and Skills
A. Bachelors’ degree in Social Sciences, Project Management, Education or a related field  from an accredited academic institution with at least five years of relevant professional experience; or
B. Masters’ degree in the above fields with at least three years of relevant professional  experience (Preferred).
C. Proven data analysis skills and abilities and recognized as an expert in this field by  external organizations.
D. At least 5 years of experience working in the field of monitoring and evaluation at a  national level NGO with multiple programs. Proven success in designing, implementing, and operating M&E system from project initiation to close out is required.
E. Strong conceptual knowledge about theories of change, logic model, gender and youth  program indicators, M&E plan, data quality assurance and data utilization.
F. Strong analytic and organizational skills; strong creative and innovative thinking skills;
G. Proven ability to work effectively in a complex collaborative environment, including  government stakeholders.
H. Strong data analysis skills with proven research experience in designing, conducting or  supervising a qualitative and quantitative research.
I. Experienced in data organization (Ex. Excel, R, Python etc.) and data analyses (Ex.  STATA, SPSS etc.) software. Desirable to have experience in data visualization using Tableau software or similar tool, experience in digital data collection tools (Ex. KoBoCollect, Survey Monkey, ODK etc.) and Salesforce data management.
J. Geographical experience of working in East Africa localities ( Esp. Tanzania and  Kenya)
K. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential both in English and  Kiswahili.
Managerial Competencies
L. Leadership: provides a clear sense of direction, leads by example and demonstrates the  ability to carry out the organization’s vision; assists others to realize and develop their potential.
M. Empowering others & building trust: creates an atmosphere of trust and an enabling  environment where staff can contribute their best and develop their potential.
N. Inclusion and respect for diversity: respects and promotes individual and cultural  differences; encourages diversity and inclusion wherever possible.
O. Integrity and transparency: maintain high ethical standards and acts in a manner  consistent with organizational principles/rules and standards of conduct.
P. Professionalism: demonstrates ability to work in a composed, competent and committed  manner and exercises careful judgment in meeting day-to-day challenges.
Core Competencies
Q. Teamwork: develops and promotes effective collaboration within and across units to  achieve shared goals and optimize results.
R. Delivering results: produces and delivers quality results in a service-oriented and timely  manner; is action oriented and committed to achieving agreed outcomes.
S. Managing and sharing knowledge: continuously seeks to learn, share knowledge and  innovate.
T. Accountability: takes ownership for achieving the Organization’s priorities and assumes  responsibility for own action and delegated work.
U. Communication: encourages and contributes to clear and open communication; explains  complex matters in an informative, inspiring and motivational way.
How to Apply?
Please manually apply for this job using the details below:
Interested candidates should send their CV, cover letter and contacts of three referees (PDF into
one (1) document) with Ref: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager to
humanresources@asanteafrica.org/etesha@asanteafrica.org/zkipuyo@asanteafrica.org on or
before 03st June 201

Job: Internist/Infectivologist at Doctors with Africa CUAMM

Tanzania, Songambele
July 2019
DURATION 6/12 months
  • University Degree in Medicine and Surgery with further specialisation or equivalent title in with further specialisation or equivalent title in Internal Medicine
  • Good knowledge of written and spoken English
  • Previous working experience in the African context
KEY DUTIES The internist will perform clinical, organizational and training/supervision with regard to non-communicable diseases, carrying on formal and on the job training for local staff, supervising the clinical quality of care and developing a plan for the quality improvement. In particular:
  • Support national authorities in the adaptation of policies and programs of prevention and treatment of chronic diseases
  • Improve the capacity and skills of health care, medical and nursing, assigned to the clinical management of chronic patients
How to apply:
Apply for this position
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Selection interviews will be done face-to-face or by Skype
Deadline: – June 10, 2019 

Job: Consultant: The Jane Goodall Institute (JGI)

Terms of Reference Consultant: Baseline Study
Landscape Conservation Program in Western Tanzania
Project Title  :     Landscape Conservation in Western Tanzania
Location: Kigoma, Uvinza districts (Kigoma region) and Tanganyika and Mpanda districts (Katavi region), Tanzania
Document Date :     May 27, 2019
Purpose of the consultancy :  The Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) is seeking a consulting firm    to undertake a Socio-Economic    Baseline Survey of its Landscape Conservation Program in Western Tanzania.
Project Overview:
The Landscape Conservation in Western Tanzania (LCWT) program is funded through a cooperative agreement with The United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The program is designed to protect chimpanzee populations and their habitat in Western Tanzania. The project focuses on the following 5 key areas: Strengthened local government’s ability to support effective Natural Resource Management, Expanded and Operationalized Land Use planning, Increased Monitoring of conservation target and development targets, Improved Reproductive Health/family planning and Strengthened Community Based Environmental Education.
The Project addresses threats to forest cover and chimpanzee population in the Gombe-Masito-Ugalla (GMU) ecosystem. The technical approaches are built on a deep understanding of the GMU landscape and the challenges shared by the ecosystem, its inhabitants, and a wide range of local, regional, and national stakeholders. Drawing from decades of experience in the region, the JGI’s program strategy and core implementation principles aim to conserve chimpanzees and their habitats for future generations through an adaptively managed, data-driven program designed to build local capacity, relieve pressure on natural resources, and facilitate financial sustainability through alternatives livelihoods, entrepreneurship and social business.
The LCWT program covers 1,733,283 ha in the Masito-Ugalla Ecosystem which is distributed to different land uses types to include protected areas in (Gombe National Park, Tongwe East and West Reserves, and Masito Local Authority Forest Reserves, National forest reserves/miombo woodlands). The program works with 104 villages many that have village forest reserves. The focus area is in the regions Kigoma (Kigoma and Uvinza districts) and Katavi (Mpanda and Tanganyika districts).
  • Extensive documented experience in conducting high quality participatory quantitative and qualitative baseline assessments in conservation and international development context;
  • Demonstrated experience in leading studies, including designing tailored assessment tools;
  • Ability to expedite and mobilize high quality baseline survey team with trained enumerators;
  • Knowledge of and prior experience working in the Western Tanzania context required, experience working in study districts is a plus;
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English required;
  • Swahili language skills required;
  • Strong organizational, analytical and reporting skills, presentation skills, attention to detail, and ability to meet deadlines;
  • The consultant and all team members are required to have an up to date Human Subject Protection training (as required by International Review Board/IRB);
  • Experience using Survey123 is strongly preferred;
  • Multiple field enumerators required.
Guidance on Application Process and Requirements
The Jane Goodall Institute invites expressions of interest from qualified and interested individuals. Interested consulting firm must respond including, but not limited to the following:
  1. Cover Letter expressing interest and demonstrating previous experience in similar assignments and qualifications outlined in the above scope of work, preferably in the form of a writing sample;
  2. Team composition and level of effort of each proposed team member (to include CVs of each team member).
  3. Proof of up to date Human Subject Protection training as required by IRB for each proposed team member;
  4. Sample of previous work in similar consultancy work (assessment/survey/baseline assessment) to include detailed methodology.
All applications should be submitted to the Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist at The Jane Goodall Institute, P.0 Box 1182, Kigoma, Tanzania or emailed to: jgi-tanzania@janegoodall.or.tz by 5.00pm local time on Monday June 10th. Applicants who meet the relevant criteria will be invited to submit a full proposal detailing accomplishment of activities in 5 business days.
Preparation, research and reporting will take place in June-August 2019.
All questions should be directed to the LCWT Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist Elikana Manumbu atemanumbu@janegoodall.or.tz or Stella Mercurio at smercurio@janegoodall.or.tz.

New Job at Results for Development (R4D), Administrative Coordinator

Established in 2008, Results for Development (R4D) is a non-profit organization (NGO) and leader in the field of international development, based in Washington, D.C, with staff working in 10 countries outside the U.S., including our offices in Tanzania and Ethiopia. R4D strengthens systems and markets that support well-nourished, healthy, and educated people. Through engaging with local change agents, which includes government agencies, the private sector and civil society organizations around the world — R4D drives impact by supporting sustainable financing; identifying and scaling innovations that work; shaping markets to improve access to key commodities and services; improving public-private engagement; increasing citizen participation and governance; facilitating collaborative and adaptive learning; and using data for decision-making. R4D has ministerial-level relationships and programs in over 55 countries and technical partnerships with over 75 organizations worldwide.
R4D’s Market Shaping practice area works with local change agents to ensure that markets are transformed sustainably to drive increased access to (and improve appropriate use of) essential commodities, such as childhood pneumonia diagnosis and treatments, maternal health supplies, anti-malarial bed nets, HIV/AIDS medicines, nutrition supplements, and books. R4D achieves this by aligning priorities and incentives of key market actors including policymakers, procurers, manufacturers and financiers at the global and country levels to develop and execute solutions for underserved markets at scale.
We have a unique and vibrant culture at R4D and we want to keep it that way. Diversity, equity and inclusion are at the heart of our work environment and help advance our mission. Diversity—of ideas, identities, perspectives and backgrounds—is vital to who we are and what we do. We seek people who embrace these values and will help reinforce them. Our work culture is collaborative, creative, and entrepreneurial. We operate based on trust and respect. Teams across the organization frequently collaborate on programmatic work and support each other in continuously building a better R4D.


R4D is seeking a highly motivated and committed Administrative Coordinator to play a lead operations role in the R4D Tanzania Office. As Administrative Coordinator, you will provide administrative and operational support for a team that works with a multitude of partners – ranging from government, private sector, donor and implementing partners – to identify and address barriers to accessing essential maternal, newborn and child health commodities. As an integral member of the R4D Tanzania office, you will work closely with R4D Tanzania office members to develop systems and execute on tasks that ensure the operational excellence of the R4D Tanzania office. You will utilize skills in organization, logistics, written and verbal communication, basic accounting and coordination for various tasks including: general office management; International NGO (I-NGO) compliance reporting; IT and cross-country travel logistics; event planning; stakeholder coordination; vendor and consultant hiring, contracting and management (including bill payments); as well as note-taking. You will be instrumental in the smooth operations of R4D Tanzania’s office and projects.
A successful Administrative Coordinator will be highly motivated, responsible and organized with great attention to detail; will have strong communication and collaboration skills; will be a creative problem solver and a team-player; will take initiative and conduct their abilities with the highest level of integrity. We are a team that is resourceful, responsible, tenacious, high-energy, and always has a positive attitude. We hope you that you value these personality traits as much as we do!
Please note, this position will be based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and will report to the Market Shaping Program Officer. Tanzanian nationals are encouraged to apply. This position includes a local benefits package and does not include international relocation or expatriate benefits.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Identify gaps in systems and processes in R4D Tanzania’s operations and propose protocols and process improvements
• Lead on implementation of operational changes decided by R4D Tanzania leadership
• Develop and manage R4D Tanzania operations workplan and manage all ongoing operational needs across the R4D Tanzania office
• Assist in the recruitment, hiring and onboarding process for new staff members and consultants
• Provide key support in liaising between R4D Tanzania as well as R4D finance, human resource and operations teams in Washington DC
• Coordinate and assist in the development of R4D Tanzania communications materials
Office management & logistics
• Perform clerical duties including photocopying, scanning, faxing, filing, and mailing
• Provide logistical support for workshops and project/field activities
• Make travel arrangements for staff traveling within and outside of Dar es Salaam
• Manage local travel logistics for in-coming R4D visitors
• Facilitate and coordinate completion of I-NGO Compliance Reporting requirements
• Purchase and manage office supplies
• Coordinate with landlord for repairs and maintenance around the office
• Liaise with legal team to support staff permit requirement
Finance & accounting
• Coordinate transportation and maintain monthly transport log
• Ensure timely settlement of vendor payments (internet, transport, office rent etc.)
• Update and maintain monthly petty cash register
• Monitor monthly office expenditure and compile a quarterly budget request
• Coordinate with accounting firm for the submission of all withholding tax payments to Tanzania Tax Regulatory Authority (TRA) on a monthly basis
• Coordinate the submission of all withholding tax certificates to vendors upon receipt from TRA

Ad-hoc project support

• Translations (English to Swahili, vice-versa), as needed
• Note-taking for internal and external meetings
• Bachelor’s degree in business administration, operations, finance, office management or related field of study
• Minimum 3 years of relevant work experience
• Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work within a multicultural environment
• Strong written and verbal communication skills, including demonstrated ability to develop written reports
• Ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team, and deliver high-quality results within a face-paced environment
• High level of proficiency in Microsoft Office, particularly Excel and Word
• Native level fluency in Kiswahili, and professional fluency in English, including demonstrated ability to translate between Kiswahili and English
• Willingness to travel domestically, per project need

Qualified individuals should submit their cover letter and a CV to Yangzom Tshewang at ytshewang@r4d.org.
Questions regarding the proposal format and correspondence should be directed to the attention of:
Yangzom Tshewang
Program Officer, Market Shaping Practice
Results for Development
Tanzania Country Office
Please do not contact any member of the R4D board, management, and/or staff regarding this RFP, other than the contact provided above.

2 New Job Vacancies at HR World Limited

Position: HSE Officer
Bachelor's degree in Environmental Engineering or any related field
Minimum 3 years experience in Similar position
  • Maintain & deliver the best service to workers as well as the company for Safety, Health & Environment implementation.
  • Ensuring that safe work practices are followed at the plant & project sites
  • To conduct safety training, Conduct tool box talk on Pl) daily basis
  • Job Hazards, unsafe acts & condition take corrective & preventive action
  • Daily & quarterly inspection of specific machines or tools as per standards.
  • Auditing sites for safety compliance a A ance as per procedures/Processes
  • Auditing people safety awareness, processes, procedures, using safety equipments
  • Support investigation for any safety violations/incidents/accidents, prepare reports, take corrective actions to management team
  • Train the workers for the emergency situations and also for the use of fire extinguisher
Position: Quality Engineer 
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or any related field
Minimum 5 years experience in Quality Assurance / Quality Control of Power Transmission and Distribution projects
  • Implementation & daily monitoring of QMS at site Pre procurement inspection
  • Tracking daily productivity
  • Plan and Maintain FQP at site
  • Inspection of sites, collection 
  • Verification, Submission and record keeping of all test reports
  • MTCs, Designs Documents etc
  • Complete monitoring ISO 9001 implementation
Interested candidates may send their CV (Ms word format only) to recruitment@hrworld.co.tz before 05th June 2019. 


Job Title: FINANCE OFFICER AFRICA – Dar es Salaam, Dar es Salaam
Overall Purpose/Broad Function:

Help Nutrition International Tanzania to achieve its strategic objectives by providing effective and efficient management on financial and administrative issues to Nutrition International Tanzania staff while working with the Corporate Services team in Regional office.
• Ensure the production of accurate and timely financial information for the country office, including reviewing financial transactions, journal entries, account reconciliations, financial analysis, and reports before they are submitted to the Regional Office.
• Responsible for processing weekly batch sheet and payments, TAs, Expense reports and submission to RO.
• Preparation and submission of mid-month and month end financial reports of the country offices
• Cash flow management and replenishment processing
• Processes procurement and service bills of suppliers, consultants and service providers.
• Maintain and updates the Fixed Asset Registers and supplies inventory records
• Provide effective support to country staff in understanding and implementing Nutrition International financial and administrative policies and procedures, including effective and regular use of the contracts database.
• Ensure the accuracy of Tanzania projects and contracts information entered in the Contracts Database and that all related milestones are kept up to date at all time by Program Officers.
• In liaison with the Country Director, with guidance and support from the Program Finance Manager – Africa Region, assist in the preparation and review of program and operational budgets.
• Support Country Director in reviewing programs and operational budgets variances on a monthly basis.
• Assist program staff in developing budgets for grant proposals and for Program documentation.
• In liaison with the Program Finance Manager – Africa Region and the Finance Director – Budgeting in HQ, ensure timely transmission of financial information required for donors reporting.
• Ensure compliance with all statutory obligations in the country.
• In liaison with the Senior Finance Officer – Africa Region and the Finance Director – Corporate Accounting in the Headquarters Office, coordinate annual statutory and internal audits, including preparation of financial statements, reports and supporting documentation as required.
• Effective management of cash flow.
• Effective documentation and management of all assets.
• Assist in the development of policies, procedures and internal controls.
Any other related duties as requested.  
Supervisory Responsibilities:
Education/Professional Designations/Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree in Accounting.
• At least 5 years accounting experience and a minimum of 3 years in a donor funded organizations/projects.
• Solid knowledge of generally acceptable accounting practices, financial systems, budget and cash flow monitoring and accounting controls, in an international context.
Other Specific Skill Requirements:
• Solid knowledge of accounting software, Great Plains, QuickBooks or Peachtree an asset
• Solid knowledge of MS Office
• Knowledge of data bases
• Excellent communication skills
• Ability to work in a multicultural environment
• Demonstrated ability to work in a team
• Sound management skills, both financial and human resources
• Solid planning and organizing abilities
• Initiative
• Attention to details
• Problem solving
• Integrity
• Client service orientation

Travel Requirements

No international travel is required for this position.

New Job at Bayer Crop Science, Trade & Compliance Coordinator

About us
There has never been a more important time for innovation in agriculture. Our world faces enormous challenges -- from a changing climate, limited natural resources to a growing population. And we believe agriculture is part of the solution. At Bayer, we’re a responsible, global team working to shape agriculture through breakthrough innovation for the benefit of farmers, consumers and our planet. For more than a century, we have worked to solve some of the toughest problems in agriculture. In the face of an ever-changing climate, a growing population and limited resources, how can we grow more healthy, safe and affordable food in a sustainable way? From the Earth’s deepest roots to its highest satellites, we combine modern science with farmers’ ingenuity to put innovation at their fingertips that can to help nourish our growing world and preserve natural resources. And, while we don’t have all the answers, our passion for discovery, collaboration and curiosity means we will never stop striving to find them. Through our work, we’re committed to delivering better solutions for all farmers while enabling more choice for consumers to help them and our planet thrive. Data Privacy Statement & Imprint: https://www.cropscience.bayer.com/en/policies/data-privacy-statements-social-media/linkedin
At Bayer we are very passionate about combining traditional Business Architecture with Design Thinking to identify opportunities and design and implement innovative solutions. The Business Architect will play a key role in the IT organization, responsible for designing innovative business strategies, through understanding the right problem, designing the right solution for the right people, helping drive coherency and delivering measurable results that delight users. 
Operations areas:
• Northern: Arusha (Warehouse/Commercial Sales activities)
• Southern: Mbeya (Production/Plant/Warehouse/Commercial Sales activities)
• All areas: Tunduma Border Post (Clearing of all shipments)
Tunduma to Arusha – 1,000km
Tunduma to Mbeya – 90km
Arusha to Mbeya – 1,000km 
• Commercial seed to be imported from Zambia – 3,500 Mt (+/- 140 trucks) – T&C
• Commercial seed to be produced and shipped to Arusha for sales – 1,000 Mt (+/- 40 trucks) – CSC
• Crop Protection to be imported from Europe for sales – T&C
Operations peak time brackets:
• Season 1: March – April (Northern areas – Arusha)
• Season 2: November – January (Southern areas – Mbeya) 
Functions to be allocated to this position:
  1. T&C : (Import & Export related)
  2. Communicate and co-ordinate with all stakeholders
  3. Obtain Import Permits
  4. Obtain Radiation Certificates (co-ordinate with Arusha personnel)
  5. Key contact for liaising with Clearing Agent
  6. Co-ordinate Truck movements, Tracking, Clearing Agent at Tunduma Border and attend to issues
  7. Keep all relative Tracking Files active and update
  8. Receive, Verify, GRV and Forward to Finance all related Courier, Transport and Clearing Agent invoices
  9. Follow up with Finance on payments via Vendor Statements
  10. Co-ordinate Fumigation, Certification for Quarantine Samples to South Africa for testing
  11. Prepare Shipping Documentation and get GL approval from South Africa T&C prior to shipping
  12. Obtain CP Import Permits
  13. Co-ordinate CP ocean shipments from Europe through Dar-es-Salaam for delivery in Arusha
• CSC: (Local sales related)
• Receive raw seed from growers in SAP
• Liaise with warehouse supervisors
• Issue raw seed in SAP to plant for processing
• Issue processed seed in SAP and arrange transport to Arusha warehouse for commercial sales
• Capture all movements in SAP
• Assist with co-ordination of packing materials
• Receive, Verify, GRV and Forward to Finance all related Transport invoices
• Follow up with Finance on payments via Vendor Statements
Bayer successfully completed the acquisition of Monsanto in June 2018, bringing together Monsanto’s leadership in seeds and plant traits with Bayer’s leadership in chemical and biological crop protection. By joining forces, we will create even more extensive career opportunities for talent around the world. We’re a global team working to shape agriculture through breakthrough innovation that will benefit farmers, consumers, and our planet.
While we are now Bayer, we will continue to hire using separate career sites until we can integrate our career platforms. We invite you to explore the career opportunities available at the combined company by visiting advancingtogether.com/careers.