Apply 17 New Job and Internship Opportunities at Living Soul Foundation, Natural Extracts Industries Ltd, Letshego Bank Tanzania Ltd, Fintrac, Beyond St Jude’s and Restless Development

Female Social Worker 
Job Description
Living Soul Foundation Female Social Worker- Program Manager-Kigoma
Position Description:
Living Soul Foundation (LSF) is a non-profit organization providing shelter for young mothers in distress; to educate, equip and encourage new life as they return to their communities transformed to lead and positively impact the next generation. LSF is an Open School and Learning center in
Kigoma Urban region for young girls ranging in age from 10-17 years old for a live-in program of two years. LSF provides health education, trauma and spiritual counseling, pre-natal care, health care, vocational training, and life skills to the girls within the center with the aim to reintegrate into society. The young girls live in a safe and secure shelter that ensures an environment in which they can thrive in and begin to raise their children in. Prepar
atory assistance through vocational or traditional education is one of the main focuses of LSF so that the young mothers can be self-sustaining once they exit the shelter. An additional focus of LSF is directly impacting on the local community through partnerships with the private and public secondary schools to focus on family health and issues that have been identified and selected by local leaders as important. Example reducing Gender Based Violence, Child Protections, Human Rights and Child-Early Marriage.
Job Title: Volunteer Social Worker Program Manager – with aim to become permanent
Duty Station: Kigoma Urban
Overview of the Job:
The responsibility of the Female Social Worker Program Manager-Kigoma is to assist and coordinate all programs and services offered at the Living Soul Foundation Shelter. This is a full-time position, Monday-Saturday, 8am-5pm with the need for flexibility to meet program needs. There are four major areas of responsibility: 1.) Resident Supervision, 2.) Staff Supervision 3.) Community outreach/networking and 4.) Operations and administration 5.) Superior skill in Counseling regarding social issues such as: GBV, Child Marriage, Abuse and trauma. The selected applicant must have knowledge in the needs of distressed adolescents and have an understanding of the intervention strategies available to address these needs including an understanding of child and youth development, the impact of trauma, knowledge of group dynamics, basic counseling skills and an ability to implement appropriate interventions. She must promote a sense of shared ownership and a positive, collaborative work environment and will directly report to the LSF Global Executive Directors and Kigoma Assistant Director. She must have knowledge of resources available in the Kigoma region in order to identify and address community leaders for the implementation of educational seminars.
Primary Responsibilities and Duties:
In collaboration, design, review, implement the programs at the shelter
Assist Day to day program management: grounds, staff needs, resident needs, etc.
Manage the client in-take and screening processes.
Assist in ensuring all programs are in compliance with local and federal guidelines and laws
Network with partner agencies. Manage relationships with partners and the community. Represent the agency at community events, meetings.
Responsible for connecting and identifying community leaders to coordinate seminars for community education
Participate in the creation of budget and operate programs within budget limits.
Manage program staff at Shelter, including training, coaching, supervising and evaluating staff.
Responsible for scheduling LSF global guests stay and agenda
Assess and supervise case management plan process.
Assist staff in resolving client conflicts.
Available for on call questions and crisis situations
Qualifications and Experience Required:
Suitable candidate should have at least Diploma in Social Work, Psychology or related field:
3-5 years of experience in Social Work and program management and staff management
Report Writing and Donor Communication Writing Newsletters
Proven financial responsibility
Previous experience working with partners and partner building
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Excellent time management skills
Ability to work in a team atmosphere with other managers
Strong ability to effectively resolve immediate conflicts and crises
Proficient in computer skills (Microsoft Excel and Word)
Must be proficient in both English and Swahili
Strong inter-cultural skills
How to Apply?
Please manually apply for this job using the details below:
Application Instructions:

  • Please include previous employers, CV contact information, proof of degree, and three personal references.
  • Applications in English must be sent through email to
  • Closing date for applications is June 15th, 201
  •  Please send us your application only if you meet the mandatory qualifications as mentioned above.
Finance Lead 

Job Description
Natural Extracts Industries Ltd (NEI) is pioneering the sustainable, natural flavour  manufacturing industry in Tanzania, starting with vanilla and other flavour extracts. The company works in all areas from cultivation, to post-harvest processing, value-add manufacturing and international sales and marketing. The smallholder outgrower network currently integrates over 4,000 vanilla farmers from Kilimanjaro, Arusha, Morogoro and Kagera regions, and through this sourcing model NEI aims to deliver a long term socioeconomic impact of ~$280 in incremental annual income per smallholder household. The company also works with farmer groups in Mbeya and Tanga regions for cocoa beans sourcing. Current products include: liquid flavours, such as extracts from vanilla, orange, cocoa and coffee; and solid flavours like vanilla pods, cocoa powder and nibs. The company has been widely recognised, including awards from the Nestle Creating Shared Value Prize and Africa Enterprise Challenge Fund. It is embarking on a high growth trajectory, particularly in expanding its production capacity, supply chain and product diversification which has created this position.
Role responsibilities
The Finance Lead will be responsible for the following activities:
  • Overall responsibility and accountability for financial accounting of the company ledger,  per International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), which will be done by recording all the company transactions on an ERP system ( and keeping orderly physical (hardcopy) and scanned (softcopy) files of all relevant records;
  • Overall responsibility and accountability for financial controls and management:  o Controlling of inventory and stocks, including raw materials and general  inventory orders, record keeping and warehousing; and conducting monthly inventory physical audits, explaining differences and accounting for these in the  ERP system;
  • Reconciling bank statements every month;
  • Maintaining the fixed asset register;
  • Managing relationships with banks and the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA);
  • Managing financial assets and Company investments;
  • Managing payroll and consultant payments, and other regular payments including TRA (PAYE, WHT, SDL, VAT) and other regulatory bodies like NSSF/PPF, WCF, TBS, TFDA, OSHA, NEMC, District Councils, etc.;
  • Preparing monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements/reports (including those for the Board of Directors);
  • Coordinating with the auditor to prepare annual statements and submitting the same to TRA;
  • Assisting the Sales Team with reconciling invoices on a weekly basis, managing aged receivables, and other finance-related needs as may arise;
  • Ensuring financial, labour and other regulatory compliance and general risk management (excluding topics on health, safety, environment and manufacturing):
  • Staying abreast of updates on government policies and legislation, particularly  monitoring publications on Tanzania’s Official Gazette;
  • Assisting in the preparation of general paper work for submission to government  entities, parastatal organisations, investors, donors and other parties, as may be needed by NEI;
Ensuring all assets are insured against appropriate risk;
  • Managing the Finance Assistant to perform with excellence and without errors:
  • Petty cash box (using the imprest methodology), M-Pesa accounts, online  banking transfers, preparing cheques, and general cash disbursements/payments, recorded using payment vouchers;
  • Preparing employee payroll, processing consultant invoices, and payments to  casual workers, including verification of tasks completed and control checks;
  • Managing general office needs, such as procurement of telecommunication and  other related services;
  • General physical record keeping of all financial matters (e.g., purchase  orders/invoices, payment vouchers, bank statements, asset registers, etc)
  • Collecting on customer debts as per the aged receivables report;
Managing the Company mobile telephone line;
  • Follow, without exception, all work instructions, health/safety rules and quality control  measures as per the Company’s Quality Management System, including all Standard  Operating Procedures (SOPs) and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs);
  • Furthering the company mission: to become a leading African manufacturer of premium  natural flavour products for the home baking and commercial kitchen markets, while  providing sustainable, increased income for smallholder farmers;
  • Adhering to and instituting the company values of Professionalism, Ambition and  Teamwork;
  • Any other duties as may be required from time to time by the management team or the  Directors.
Desired skills
The Finance Lead will have the following qualifications and competencies:
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Accounting (this is a requirement and no candidates  will be considered without this), with:
  • Deep knowledge of International Financial Accounting Standards (IFRS) and  accounting within a manufacturing context (e.g., allocations for bill of materials, cost of goods sold, etc.)
  • Membership to the National Board of Accountants and Auditors (NBAA); and
  • CPA/CFA qualifications a very strong plus;
  • At least 3-5 years of experience as an Accountant or Financial Controller; basic HR  management skills desirable;
  • Has experience in manufacturing and operations companies
  • Experience managing foreign investors and/or donor grant management a strong plus;
  • Ability to negotiate with contractors, follow correct procurement procedures and to  quantitatively analyse pricing;
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both oral and written, in Swahili and  English;
Premium natural flavours from Tanzania
  • Highly skilled in computer productivity packages such as Microsoft Office, Google Apps  and ERP systems;
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment and be sensitive to foreign culture;
  • Ability to work independently, with limited supervision;
  • A passion for the food industry and social impact.
How to apply:
If you would like to apply for this role, please contact us at, including your CV and a brief cover letter.  The deadline for applying is 25th June 2019.


Interns (Deposits) 
  • Execution of the strategic plan for sales and Deposits Mobilization on monthly basis.
  • Continuously increases the efficiency and effectiveness for savings mobilization on monthly basis.
  • Support the transformation of the company into retail deposit taking.
  • Execute the sales/ marketing plan to grow customer base by broadening and deepening outreach.
  • Ensure sales budget goals are met on monthly basis
  • To maintain client satisfaction/retention at all times.
  • Ensure effective and efficient service delivery to all customers.
  • Ensure customers are able to access their savings at any given time.
  • Assist the company to maintain competitive savings products and services to meet the needs of the target markets.
  • Monitor and provide relevant reports and information on market and competitor activities.
  • Maintain an awareness of competitive products, practices, rates and changes in the local market and provide feedback to the relevant authorities internally.
Education level:
  • Bachelor Degree/Advanced Diploma in Accounting, Marketing, Business Administration, Banking and Finance
  • Work experience required (domain and number of years):
  • Good in Sales and marketing
  • Fresh from school or ongoing with studies but on leave for not less than six month
Interested and qualified applicants are requested to submit their application explaining why they are the best fit for the position by 3rd June, 2019 through email


Information Technology Specialist 
Job Description
Fintrac, a leading US-based agriculture-consulting firm with long-term programs in Africa, Asia, and Central America, is seeking for the Information Technology Specialist for the Feed the Future Tanzania Mboga na Matunda activity.
Location: Dar es Salaam
  • The Information Technology Specialist will be based in Dar es Salaam and reports to the Operations Manager. In addition to the specific tasks stated below, he/she is expected to contribute fully as a program team member, conducting himself/herself in a proper manner at all times as a representative of the program, and is responsible for the safe-keeping and care of all program assets assigned to him/her. Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
  • Install, manage and analyze Local Area Network and prevent anyone from using excessive network bandwidth.
  • Troubleshoot any network related problem.
  • Troubleshoot any Internet-related problem, and if necessary work with the local ISP (Internet Service Provider) to resolve the issue.
  • Install security service pack and patches on every workstation in the network.
  • Install, maintain, and troubleshoot Network Printers, Scanner, projectors, etc.
  • Keep track of IT inventory (Software and Hardware).
  • Enforce Fintrac IT rules and regulations.
  • IT hardware/software procurement, that is, analyze the need, research and configure the right product, obtain quotes from multiple Reputable authorized vendors, and work with Office Manager to finalize the purchase.
  • Manage and maintain workstation backup.
  • Manage and maintain computer security using Bitdefender or Home Office IT approved virus scanner.
  • Troubleshoot and train end users on various software products, not limited to, Microsoft Office Suite, Bitdefender, Dropbox, CIRIS, QuickBooks, FTP, etc.
  • Install/uninstall Home Office IT recommended software and hardware on Fintrac Computers as needed.
  • Perform regular virus scanning on external drives, flash drives, servers, and workstations.
  • Encrypt end-user computers and external devices as needed.
  • Report any major issues to Home Office IT department in a timely manner.
  • Install, un-install CIRIS as needed on Fintrac Computers.
  • Troubleshoot any CIRIS related problem (if necessary get support from professionals).
  • Participate in CIRIS beta testing.
  • Enter, every IT request to the Helpdesk ticketing system, resolve and close on time.
  • Periodically analyze helpdesk tickets for recurring events and recommend corrective actions.
Qualifications and Characteristics;
  • Bachelor’s degree in computer sciences or related field.
  • At least 2 years of experience in network management and desktop support.
  • Familiar with firewall products, such as CISCO, SonicWall, etc.
  • Very good understanding of Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Acrobat, and PhotoShop.
  • Understanding of IT best practices and principles needed to solve computer and software problems
  • Well-developed interpersonal, written, and verbal communications.
  • Ability to explain complex IT topics to all employee levels.
How to Apply?
Please manually apply for this job using the details below:
Mode of Application; Candidates should submit a CV and Cover letter to
Deadline for submission is Friday, June 7, 2019. Candidates should indicate the position for which they are applying in the subject line.
Learn more about Fintrac and our work at


Reporting To Coordinator – Beyond St Jude’s
Location Business Office Moshono
Working Relationships All Business Teams, Academic Teams, and BSJ interns and scholars
Key Responsibilities
  • Assist Coordinator with day to day financial tasks of Beyond St Jude’s, including  tuition and associated university fees, stipends for interns and tertiary scholars
  • Communicate effectively with community service interns and tertiary scholars;  respond to emails from interns and scholars in a timely and effective manner
  • Suggest improvements to the BSJ financial administration procedures to assist  Coordinator with writing of these procedures for the Beyond St Jude’s programs
  • Assist Beyond St Jude’s team with growth and expansion of programs,  including implementation of new systems, software etc.
  • Maintain accurate records in respect to each intern and scholar
  • Work with other members of the Beyond St Jude’s team as required
Other Duties
  • Periodically suggest improvements to the departments’ procedures and submit  to supervisor for approval.
  • Participate and support fellow staff in school mission related activities such as  all School Celebration Days throughout the year
  • Participate in student selection process, in particular working after hours on rest  days and public holidays up to 20 Saturdays per annum
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by Head of Department, Manager and  Deputy Director and the Employer.
Qualifications, Skills &  Competence
  • Diploma in Business Administration, Finance, Accountancy, Commerce or any  relevant course.
  • Good computer skills – Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word are essential
  • Good written, oral communication and interpersonal skills
  • Good organisational skills, time management, attention to detail, and ability to  work independently
  • Critical thinking and problem solving ability
  • Other Relevant Information Travel between campuses will be required
Child Protection Policy
How to apply
Complete the following:
Cover letter
Up to date Curriculum Vitae
Email the documents to


Tanzania - Asset Purchase Tender
CLOSING DATE: 5pm (EAT) 14th June 2019
LOCATION: Dar es Salaam & Iringa, Tanzania
Restless Development Tanzania invites offers for purchase of used cars, motorcycles and generator as detailed in the tables in the Tender Notice below.
Interested bidders can inspect/view two cars at Regent Business Park, Chwaku/ New Hub street, Mikocheni A Dar es salaam. Two motorcycles and one generator can be viewed at Restless office, Uhuru street, Wilolesi (near Lugalo secondary school) Iringa during working days from 9:00 – 17:00.
These items (Cars, motorcycles and generator) are sold as it is and Restless Development will have no further liability after sale.
Offers must be in a sealed envelope named TENDER FOR CAR/MOTORCYCLE/GENERATOR. Inside put your full contact details and your bid offer amount in TZS Your offer must be received not later than Friday 14th June 2019 at 17:00 to be considered.
Successful bidders only will be notified and must pay full purchase price within 14 days from the date of notification. Purchaser shall pay all transfer fees, and taxes before collecting the items
Bids must be delivered to the address indicated below:
Restless Development office
Regent Business Park,
Chwaku/ New Hub Street
P.o Box 35748, Dar es salaam
Restless Development office
Uhuru Street, Wilolesi (near Lugalo secondary school)
P.o Box 737, Iringa
Bids offers can also be sent by email to
Phone: +255 22 277 3556 or 0677400257
Office: Regent Business Park,
Chwaku/New Hub Street, Mikocheni A, Dar es salaam

CLOSING DATE: Midnight Sunday 23rd June 2019
SALARY: TSh 91,522,078 gross per annum (plus allowances, including a substantial housing allowance)
VISA REQUIREMENTS: Must have the right to work in Tanzania
LOCATION: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
We know young people have the power to solve the challenges we face in our world, but they are being overlooked and ignored. We are the agency that works with young people so they can lead in solving those challenges. Whether that means supporting communities to end child marriage or prevent HIV, we work with young people to change their lives and the lives of people in their communities. Our programmes are genuinely life-changing, but can’t do any of this without talented, creative individuals at every level of our organisation.

Restless Development considers the welfare and protection of children, young people and vulnerable adults to be an organisational imperative with primacy over the success of programmes or strategic objectives. We recognise that safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility and we expect all of our staff, volunteers and partners to ensure we protect the communities in which we operate from harm and abide by our Safeguarding Policy.
As Lead Safeguarding Officer, you will be responsible for driving a safeguarding culture across the Tanzania hub, implementing the nationalised safeguarding policy and operational management of allegations and disclosures, including coordination with supporting bodies, and sign-posting to relevant organisations.
Restless Development Tanzania is the go-to agency and thought-leader in youth-led development and community engagement in the country. We have been applying our experience to engage young people and young professionals at all levels of our organization to lead change in Tanzania since 1993. Our unique youth-led approach has been cited best practice and won awards from the Stars Foundation, World Bank, UNAIDS, and most recently the 2014 Resolve Award for Mabinti Tushike Hatamu. 

Key priorities in the first year of the Tanzania Hub Director role will include:
• Bringing Restless Development’s global strategy and national strategic vision to life
• Strengthening governance and leadership
• Robust oversight of finance, programmes and people during a period of transition
• Fundraising and partnership development to diversify funding sources
• Planning for and responding to shifts in the political and legal landscape 
You will take leadership of the Tanzania Hub, setting strategic direction, building partnerships and driving performance across all Units in the hub. Working closely with your Head of Hub, you will provide support and oversight to your Leadership Team to ensure financial, programmatic, quality, people and performance functions are implemented to a high standard. The Tanzania Director is also a key member of our Global Leadership Team, made up of Hub Directors, the Senior Leadership Team and the Executive.
For more information, please download the Job Description below and send a completed Application Form to by Midnight Sunday 23rd June 2019. Please note that we do not accept CV’s, resumes or covering letters.
Still not convinced? See more about What We Do For You and Life at Restless.

We seek to recruit, retain and develop staff from all sectors of the community and will ensure that no applicant or staff member receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, sexual orientation, marital status, social status, caste, race, ethnic origin, religious belief, age, HIV status, disability, or any other factor that cannot be shown to be relevant to performance.

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