Ajira Portal | How to Apply for Job in Public Recruitment if you want to be eligible to apply for vacancies advertised by The Public Service Recruitment Secretariat (PSRS) you have to register yourself in the recruitment portal, but for those who don’t know how to do it, the recruitment portal
has given the applicants the user manual to follow the steps and successfully do it. You can follow the steps explained in this file USER MANUAL then go to this link REGISTER and fill the required information, most important, “make sure they are true!!” Then apply for a job and happily share this information to your friends who don’t know how to get to be called for interview by The Public Service Recruitment Secretariat (PSRS). Best of luck.
- Click on ” Register ”
- Click on ” Enter your email and Password ”
- Click on ” Register ”
- Fill Up all details, Enter Name / Basic Details like, Name , Gender, Date of Birth, Fathers Name, Email Id, Mobile Number, Password ,
- Next Step, You'll get Email which you need to Verify.
- Adding Details.
- APPLY FOR JOBS.
The applicant is required to enterthe correct National Identification Number (commonly known as NIDA number) and once it has been verified, the information will be fetched and filled in the form.
Once the information has been filled in, you are then required to fill in all the necessary information to finalise your personal details and click ‘save’ button to upload changes to the system.
Open Ajirapotal website portal.ajira.go.tz It wil appers like this
You will be required to fill in relevant contact information including your telephone number, postal and current adress, etc. All the information must be selected from the option available. Only the mobile number can be inputed.
Start filling your information’s
according to the instructions information’s which are needed are as
>Attachments(Academics certificates and other certificates)
2ND STEP>>. Click The Word Register on top of right hand side
Programme Categories have now been added to the ‘Academic Qualifications’ and you will be required to choose the appropriate category in order to find your relevant programme name. If you do not see the programme name you are searching for, please check with another closely related category. If you have studied outside Tanzania, you will be required to fill in the category and the PSRS administrator will then verify the correctness of your selection.
Fill in all the required information by following these steps:
3.1.Select education level
3.2.Select the country of study
3.3.Select the appropriate ‘Programme Category’ (choosing the correct categoryensures that you will find the programme names associated with a specific category
3.4.Select the appropriate ‘Programme Name’. This should be the same as what is written on the specific certificate you are trying to upload. If you can not find your ‘Programme Name’ it is likely that you chose an incorrect category, thereforechoose another more related programme category and search through the ‘Programme Name’ again to find the correct name.
Make sure that you enter your examination index number and year of completion correctly.
A window will appear showing the information of your certificate, if this information is correct then click the ‘confirm & save’ button so as to upload the changes into the system.
3RD STEP>>> Fill your email and password then click
blue button below to register after that check inbox of your email you
will find activation email click on that email and your account is
5th Step>>> 5.My Applications
4th Step>>>> Log in to your account by filling your username which is your email and password and it will appear like this
Through the ‘My Applications’ you will now be able to see the status of all your application from start of the process to finish.
Through the application status you will be able to see the following:-
1.Whether you application has been received or not. If the job vacancy you have applied for is not visible in this list, it means you did not complete the application process hence you need to repeat it.
2.Whether you have been shortlisted or not shortlisted. If not shortlisted, the reason will be specified.
3.Call for interview (these can be written, practical and oral interviews).
4.If you have been successful, the status will show your placement as well
6.Editing your application letter
The application letter is editedby removing the previous letter and attaching a new one. Thiscan only be done while the application process is still open.
After clicking the edit button you will be required to attach the correct application letter and click ‘update’ button to save the changes into the system
- Convey enthusiasm for the company. ...
- Highlight a mutual connection. ...
- Lead with an impressive accomplishment. ...
- Bring up something newsworthy. ...
- Express passion for what you do. ...
- Tell a creative story. ...
- Start with a belief statement.
- Aim for entry-level positions. ...
- Tailor your resume. ...
- Highlight your transferable skills. ...
- Emphasize your education and extracurriculars. ...
- Build experience by interning, volunteering, or doing it yourself. ...
- Build a network. ...
- Take courses to build in-demand skills.
- Use active verbs when possible. ...
- A good CV doesn't have any spelling or grammar mistakes. ...
- Avoid generic, over-used phrases such as 'team player', 'hardworking' and 'multitasker'. ...
- Tailor your CV. ...
- Create the right type of CV for your circumstances. ...
- Make sure your email address sounds professional.
- Take your time. Rushed applications that are not personalised will be immediately obvious to employers and can give the impression that you don't care about getting the role. ...
- Speak their language. ...
- Sell yourself. ...
- Keep it relevant. ...
- Include a cover letter.