Sign-up For FREE Daily Jobs Via Email

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Marry Christmas to all


hellow...!! team #jobsTanzania  tuna amini kuwa leo ni siku ya furaha duniani kote
na sisi kama #jobstanzania team we are happy to join you katika siku kuu hii kwakusherekea pamoja nanyi, Marry Christmas to all,

Regards, #Jobstanzania team

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Majina ya walioitwa kwenye interview TANROADS REGIONAL MANAGER’S OFFICE – MOROGORO


TANROADS REGIONAL MANAGER’S OFFICE – MOROGORO 
P.O.BOX 91,Tel: 023 2613091 / 2, Fax: 023 2613049 

CALL FOR INTERVIEW
1 POST OF SUPPLIES OFFICER, “APPLICANTS CALLED FOR INTERVIEW 4”
Interview Date: 27th December, 2012
Time: 09:30 am
Venue: TANROADS REGIONAL MANAGER’S OFFICE, MOROGORO.

       NAME                       
01  Mathias Mbafu                      
02  Mussa M. Chimae                  
03  Boniface Mchome                  
04  Mwaimu Luanga

1 POST OF HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER, “APPLICANTS CALLED FOR INTERVIEW 9”
Interview Date: 27th December, 2012
Time: 09:30 am
Venue: TANROADS REGIONAL MANAGER’S OFFICE, MOROGORO.

       NAME                       
1  Theresia Michael                        
2  Dismas Nziku                              
3  Upendo Joram Mlinga                    
4  Happiness E. M. Mkombola            
5  Jesca Kaseka                               
6  Kalekwa Mussa                            
7  Amina Ramadhan                         
8  Maria Ernest Chambo                    
9  Ernajoyce P. Hallo                        

6 POST OF DRIVER, “APPLICANTS CALLED FOR INTERVIEW 15”
Interview Date: 28th December, 2012
Time: 09:30 am
Venue: TANROADS REGIONAL MANAGER’S OFFICE, MOROGORO.

NAME
1  Masudi Kondo Abdallah
2  Jemmy Blastus Lumato
3  Andrew Micheal Siriwa
4  Samson Alphonce Mushi
5  Emanuely Richard Panga
6  Emanuel Phocas Temu
7  Dickson Daniel Mshana
8  Mohamed Juma
9  Patrick Cassian Richard
10 Leornared L. Mhagama
11 Fulgence G. Simbeye
12 Geofrey E. Mbafu
13 Erasto Gabiriel Balikunyende
14 Frank Kicere Tuyi
15 Benson Jackson Kishumu

4 POST OF OFFICE ASSISTANT, “APPLICANTS CALLED FOR INTERVIEW 16”
Interview Date: 27th December, 2012
Time: 09:30 am
Venue: TANROADS REGIONAL MANAGER’S OFFICE, MOROGORO.

NAME
1 Witness T. Sanga
2 Francis B. Kavunjika
3 Richard David Mrema
4 Fina Raphael Lyimo
5 Violeth Emillian Nkya
6 Nasorro Rajabu Mbena
7 Ezekeila A. Kibona
8 Deveotha M. Loth
9 Deus Cravery Nkambaulaya
10 Gilbert A. Kalokola
11 Mary Gaspar
12 Sunati Kassimu Ramadhani
13 Juliana Simon Malyawere
14 Felista Sanga
15 Jane John Lomboko
16 Geofrey Nandonde

8 POST OF SHIFT INCHARGE, “APPLICANTS CALLED FOR INTERVIEW 22”
Interview Date: 28th December 2012
Time: 09:30 am
Venue: TANROADS REGIONAL MANAGER’S OFFICE, MOROGORO.

NAME
1 Marcelino S. Nyakunga
2 Eng. Aggrey A. Ndunguru
3 Eng. Clement Lipu
4 Renatus Marciale Katondo
5 George Thomas Mhamadi
6 Sophia Juma Uledi
7 Boniface A. Mchome
8 Kenneth M. Ndongosya
9 Kassimu Ismaily
10 Godferey B. Dotto
11 Kenneth Mathew 
12 Mathias Mbafu
13 Jacob Banda
14 Boniface Erick Kilango
15 Habba Migenda Nyambock
16 Lumelezi Albert Gululi
17 Sebastian Stanslaus Msuya
18 Baraka Elias Sulus
19 Ngarama Kalugendo
20 Abuu Jumanne Mohamed
21 Gloria Henry
22 Felix Anthony Mwanjela


16 POST OF WEIGHBRIDGE OPERATOR, “APPLICANTS CALLED FOR INTERVIEW 53”
Interview Date: 2nd January, 2012
Time: 09:30 am
Venue: TANROADS REGIONAL MANAGER’S OFFICE, MOROGORO.

NAME
1 Leonard Luther
2 Lilian Mgogo
3 Richard Anthony Temu
4 Seif Amiri
5 Hilali M Mchomba
6 Ramadhan Rashid
7 Hatibu A. Nyundo
8 Eliud M. Lumbwa
9 Richard Mkude
10 Justine Mutakyawa
11 Marco Andongolile
12 Albert Karoly
13 Samwel Ageng’o
14 Yassini Juma Manota
15 Baraka C. Mpembeule
16 Ashura Msechu
17 Adam Mbiaji
18 Hillary M. Sagawalla
19 Yassini J. Manota
20 Nicodemus A. Kapange
21 Mfaume Munis
22 Farida Mussa
23 Joseph Masatu
24 Baraka Mbesa
25 Shedrack M. Ilomo
26 Said A. Njechele
27 Esther Silyenus
28 Amri Mohamed Rweyemamu
29 Secilia A. Laibon
30 Kiguha S. Kategile
31 Salam K. Salim
32 Mr. Leonard T. Ng’aliba
33 Ally Kombo Magadi
34 Danford Guja
35 Keja Kadri Bakari
36 Cryspin G. Njama
37 Godfrey Andrew Njama
38 Mastone j. Mvungi
39 Frank M. Mduda
40 Mohamed A. Kassio
41 Francis Macharia
42 Prisca Gotifrida
43 Yusufu H. Mbaa
44 Said Hamza Ahamadi
45 Athumani Faki
46 Malugu Lugadili
47 Vedastus R. Kiula
48 Masafiri Juma
49 Saiman Aloyce Sanjingu
50 Daria Efrahim
51 Julias Magesa Maira
52 Christopher Ernest
53 Mussa Mkuvalwa


8 POST OF CASHIER, “APPLICANTS CALLED FOR INTERVIEW 56”
Interview Date: 29th December, 2012
Time: 03:30 am
Venue: TANROADS REGIONAL MANAGER’S OFFICE, MOROGORO.

         NAME
1 Danford Mpangala
2 Victor Godfrey Mbembela
3 Nassibu Abdallah Killo
4 Hindu Ahmed Mabira
5 Edward E. Pallangyo
6 Grace Japhet
7 Theodora A. Buchenja
8 Marcelino S. Nyakunga
9 Henry L. Eberhard
10 Kulwa Ally Moyo
11 Frank Alfred Mushi
12 Janeth A. Komba
13 Frank Emil
14 Honest Christophe
15 Emmanuel Maruchu
16 Paul Bahati Odoyo
17 Rehema Mwamundela
18 Adam Ally Makoba
19 Domina P. Lyochi
20 Taimuru H. Lussonge
21 Jackson S. Kazoka
22 Bibiana J. Libawa
23 Mbilinyi Osmundi O.
24 Peter R. Bundala
25 Felister F. Gile
26 Yusuph Wella
27 Bupe Eliezer
28 Hamadi M. Omari
29 Enock C. Maziku
30 George m. Kulata
31 Jackson F. Mkulasi
32 Salhiya B. Maguru
33 Hellen Lung’wecha
34 Mary W. Jeremia
35 Neema Issa Majaliwa
36 Rosemary I. Mringo
37 Castor E. Mgina
38 Traufoo Ndemfoo Shoo
39 Donald Albert
40 Cosmas Damian
41 Tajiel John Kitoi
42 Abdul Landani Zuberi
43 Keneth A. Mwalukasa
44 Edina Edward
45 Mohamed Issa Mpenu
46 Sofia Gehasi Mwezimpya
47 Deus Jephter Bundala
48 Seleman Omary Mokiwa
49 Edutha E. Nyambo
50 Flora L. Ntapara
51 Herlad Sabinus Mkued
52 Sinina Ibrahimu
53 Ally G. Kipengele
54 Leticia Jaston Mkisi
55 Frank Julius
56 Amani Assey

TANROADS REGIONAL MANAGER – Morogoro, waombaji 175 wameitwa kufanyiwa usahili



Wale Wadau walioomba nafasi za kazi zilizotangazwa 03rd October, 2012, na TANROADS REGIONAL MANAGER – Morogoro, waombaji 175 wameitwa kufanyiwa usahili kama ifuatavyo:

8 POST OF SHIFT INCHARGE, “APPLICANTS CALLED FOR INTERVIEW 22”
Interview Date: 28th December 2012
Time: 09:30 am "please confirm - call 023 2613091 / 2 or fax 023 2613049
Venue: TANROADS REGIONAL MANAGER’S OFFICE, MOROGORO.

16 POST OF WEIGHBRIDGE OPERATOR, “APPLICANTS CALLED FOR INTERVIEW 53”
Interview Date: 2nd January, 2012
Time: 09:30 am "please confirm - call 023 2613091 / 2 or fax 023 2613049
Venue: TANROADS REGIONAL MANAGER’S OFFICE, MOROGORO.

8 POST OF CASHIER, “APPLICANTS CALLED FOR INTERVIEW 56”
Interview Date: 29th December, 2012
Time: 09:30 am "please confirm - call 023 2613091 / 2 or fax 023 2613049
Venue: TANROADS REGIONAL MANAGER’S OFFICE, MOROGORO.

6 POST OF DRIVER, “APPLICANTS CALLED FOR INTERVIEW 15”
Interview Date: 28th December, 2012
Time: 09:30 am "please confirm - call 023 2613091 / 2 or fax 023 2613049
Venue: TANROADS REGIONAL MANAGER’S OFFICE, MOROGORO.

4 POST OF OFFICE ASSISTANT, “APPLICANTS CALLED FOR INTERVIEW 16”
Interview Date: 27th December, 2012
Time:09:30 am "please confirm - call 023 2613091 / 2 or fax 023 2613049
Venue: TANROADS REGIONAL MANAGER’S OFFICE, MOROGORO.

1 POST OF SUPPLIES OFFICER, “APPLICANTS CALLED FOR INTERVIEW 4”
Interview Date: 27th December, 2012
Time:09:30 am "please confirm - call 023 2613091 / 2 or fax 023 2613049
Venue: TANROADS REGIONAL MANAGER’S OFFICE, MOROGORO.

1 POST OF HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER, “APPLICANTS CALLED FOR INTERVIEW 9”
Interview Date: 27th December, 2012
Time:09:30 am "please confirm - call 023 2613091 / 2 or fax 023 2613049
Venue: TANROADS REGIONAL MANAGER’S OFFICE, MOROGORO.

Regional Manager, TANROADS, P.O.BOX 91, MOROGORO, 
Tel: 023 2613091/2, 
Fax: 023 263049

Source by Mwananchi, Jumamosi 22, 2012

Friday, December 21, 2012

Technical Assistant (Monitoring Officer) - 30 Posts


PROJECT AUTHORITY AREA- TECHNICAL ASSISTANT MONITORING OFFICER - 30 POSITIONS      

Qualifications: 
a) Holder of a first Degree or equivalent qualification in Social Science, Business, Accounting or any other related field from a recognized university.
b) At least five (5) years experience in relevant field in Public and / or Private Sectors.
c) Experience in the management of social/community development projects
d) Knowledge and understanding of and experience with donor funded project.
e) Must be computer literate.
f) Must have a valid driving license
g) Good communication and interpersonal skills.
h) Ability to supervise, train and coach staff in relevant skills.
i) Self motivated with integrity and high level of confidentiality


Apply To: The Executive Director
Tanzania Social Action Fund (TASAF)
Malindi Street / Old Kilwa Road
P. O. Box 9381
Dar es salaam, Tanzania


Details:The Guardian ,Dec  6, 2012
Deadline: January 3, 2012

MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN



MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN    

Qualifications: 
Minimum form IV /VI with FTC in Mechanical /Mechanics Engineering from recognised Institution or VETA grade one

Apply To:
The Managing Director 
Kigoma /Ujiji Urban Water Supply & Sanitation Authority (KUWASA)
Box  812 , Kigoma


Details: Daily News,Dec  14, 2012
Deadline: January 5, 2012

MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR ENGINEER



MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR ENGINEER    

Qualifications: 
Holder of a degree in Electromechanical /Electrical Mechanical Engineering or its equivalent from a recognised Institution

Apply To: 
The Managing Director 
Kigoma /Ujiji Urban Water Supply & Sanitation Authority (KUWASA)
Box  812 , Kigoma

Details: Daily News,Dec  14, 2012
Deadline: January 5, 2012

BUSINESS/COMMERCIAL MANAGER



BUSINESS/COMMERCIAL MANAGER      

Qualifications: 
Holder of a degree in Business Administration B.Com/Commwerce/Economics/Statistics  with specialization in Marketing /Accounting

Apply To: 
The Managing Director 
Kigoma /Ujiji Urban Water Supply & Sanitation Authority (KUWASA)
Box  812 , Kigoma


Details: Daily News,Dec  14, 2012
Deadline: January 5, 2012

FIDIC REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE



FIDIC REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE      

Qualifications: 
Degree in Engineering, Business Administration Marketing or equivalent academic qualifications

Apply To: 
The Executive Secretary, Group of African Member Associations
Box  63 , Dar es Salaam


Details: Daily News,Dec  14, 2012
Deadline: January 5, 2012

PROGRAMME ANALYST



PROGRAMME  ANALYST        

Qualifications: 
Must  have Advanced degree in gender,health,
population, socialogy and /or other related social field

Apply To: 
The UNFPA Representative,
UNFPA Tanzania Country office
Box  9182 , Dar es Salaam

Details:Daily News,Dec  14, 2012
Deadline: December 31, 2012

MONITORING AND EVALUATION OFFICER



MONITORING AND EVALUATION OFFICER        

Qualifications: 
Master’s degree in social sciences,preferably in Public Health,Population,Management,Demography,Economics or Public Administration,

Apply To :
The UNFPA Representative,
UNFPA Tanzania Country office
Box  9182 , Dar es Salaam

Details:Daily News,Dec  14, 2012
Deadline: December 31, 2012

FIELD OFFICER



FIELD  OFFICER          

Qualifications: 
Diploma/Certificate in Agriculture


Apply To: 
The Human Resources Manager Tanzania Leaf Tobacco Company Ltd  
Box  665 , Morogoro


Details: The Guardian ,Dec 5, 2012
Deadline: Not Mentioned 

SENIOR MANAGER (CREDIT)



SENIOR MANAGER (CREDIT)  at Bank of Baroda

Qualifications: 
Tanzania holding Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualifications  


Apply To: 
The Managing Director
Bank of Baroda
Box 5356, Dar es Salaam


Details:Daily News,December 11,2012
Deadline: December 29, 2012

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Resources Officer



Bonite Bottlers Limited, Moshi, one of the leading bottlers of Coca-Cola and bottlers of premium drinking water- Kilimanjaro is having openings for the position of Human Resources Officer. 

Qualification: 
Applicant should be a Degree holder/ Advanced Diploma in Human Resources Management or related field from recognised Institution.

Experience:
Not less than three years experience from reputable organization.

Age                      : Between 25 and 40
Duty station       : Arusha

Click on below link to apply online.
http://www.arutihr.com/aruti/job.aspx?ext=7&cc=pxur6NWSSLI%3d

Application Instructions:
All applications accompanied with photocopies of certificates and CVs, to be sent to the undersigned, not later than 02/01/2013.


The Managing Director
Bonite Bottlers Ltd
P.o.Box 1352
Moshi.

Sunday, December 16, 2012

How to write a perfect job application letter



Confused on how to write a cover letter? We have a solution for you. These tips will help you write cover letters that will get you noticed and hopefully get an interview invitation.

BEFORE YOU WRITE

Each cover letter takes preparation. Here we’ve outlined some things to keep in mind when preparing to write your cover letter:

•   
 Think about yourself and your experiences. Then think about how you would like to relate your experience to the organization you’re writing to. Which of your talents, skills, personality traits and accomplishments should this particular organization know about? Brainstorm a list for yourself.

How did you hear about this opportunity? If it was through a personal contact, write down the name. If through an advertisement, write down where and when you saw it, and list the specific points the ad wants you to include.

•    
What do you know about the organization you’re writing to? What attracted you to it in the first place? Maybe it’s personal (a friend worked there), or maybe you are impressed with what the organization does or admire their unique work philosophy. Do some research about the company online or through trade magazines, etc.

•    
Whom are you writing to? It’s always best to write to a real, live person (with a title) if you can, so if you’re not responding to an ad that includes a specific contact, try to look up the name of someone in particular to write to. Be sure to spell both name and title perfectly. If you cannot find a specific person to write to, try “Dear Hiring Manager” or “Dear Human Resources.” Avoid gender-specific salutations such as “Sir” and “Ma’am.”
THE RIGHT FORMAT

Busy people don’t want to read long letters from people they don’t know. The cover letter should be one page long, and in standard business letter format. This means that you may indent your paragraphs or not – but not indenting gives a bit more room. Leave wide margins (minimum 1 inch) and use a clean, simple font like Arial or Times New Roman. Don’t be tempted to use a tiny font just to fit everything on one page; 10- or 12-point type is best. Write clearly and avoid hyphenated words at the end of a line.
COMPOSE THE LETTER

•   
 Paragraph One: The first paragraph is the most important. Because it will be the first thing your potential employer reads, it has to make a great impression. Start out by telling how you heard about the job – friend, employee, newsletter, advertisement, etc. This is especially important if you’ve been referred by a mutual acquaintance. For example, if a friend recommended that you write someone he knows at a company, don’t start with “My friend, John Kamau, told me you have a job opening so I thought I would write.” That will not “wow” anyone. Instead, try something like “I was thrilled when my friend, John Kamau, told me there was an opening for an assistant photographer at your company.” Show a little excitement and passion for the potential employment; then follow this with a few key strengths you have that are pertinent to the position you’re looking to obtain.

•    
Paragraph Two: Here you should describe your qualifications for the job – skills, talents, accomplishments and personality traits. But don’t go overboard. Only pick the top three talents or characteristics that would make you stand out as a candidate. Your résumé is there to fill in the details. When writing this, think about how you can contribute to this company and why your specific skills, talents and accomplishments would be best for the company.

•   
 Paragraph Three: Describe why you think you’d fit into the company – why it would be a good match. Maybe you like their fast growth, know people who already work there or you’ve always used their products. Companies feel good if the candidate feels some connection to them and has a good understanding of how the company works, even before he or she is hired.

•   
 Paragraph Four: Mention the enclosed résumé, give them a reason to read it in-depth (e.g., For my complete employment history and applicable computer skills, please see the included résumé) and ask for an interview. Suggest a time and a way for you to follow up. Make sure you give the reader ways to easily contact you.
MAKE YOUR COVER LETTER STAND OUT

•    
Be yourself. A “formula” approach is fine, but each letter should reflect your personality and your enthusiasm. Let it shine through. Take pride in who you are and what you’ve done. The reader is looking for a human being, a person who knows what he or she can offer and can express it well.

•    
Clearer expression. Most people come close to expressing what they really want to say but usually miss the target. Take the time to craft your words and sentences to mean exactly what you intend and you’ll be in great shape. Ask others to review your letter/résumé to ensure that you’re communicating what you want to say.

•    
Write in the active tense. Active verbs are the key when writing cover letters and résumés. Instead of saying, “...my best attributes include team play and motivating people,” say “I’m a dedicated team player who can motivate people…” The latter promises a go-getter employee – someone who can take action instead of waiting to be led by the hand.
COMMON MISTAKES

•   
 Writing to a department or title. It’s always best to write to a real person with a real title. The exception to this is when you’re answering an ad and specific contact information is not provided.

•    
Using “Dear Sir. Many cover letter readers are women. If you cannot get the name and title of someone to write to, it’s safer to use either a job title or generic title like “Dear Human Resources Manager,” or “Dear Sir/Ma’am.”

•    
Overusing “I.” It’s okay to refer to yourself, but not in every sentence. Remember to use “you” even more. Show the “you” to whom you are writing that you’re more concerned with meeting his or her needs than meeting your own.

•    
Exaggerating your experience. Don’t “stretch” anything you say. Be completely truthful while still presenting yourself in the best possible light.

•    
Forgetting to give the employer a way to contact you. Never forget to include your phone number or email address or both. How will the employer let you know about your upcoming interview if he or she can’t call and tell you about it?

•    Forgetting to attach your résumé.

All the best


Source: CPK & careerstorm

A job vacancy advertisement wants years and years of experience ….Can I apply?


This is the most common question candidates tend to ask themselves once they see a job advert. If the advert requires 3 years of experience and I have 1 year, can I apply? What if I don’t have any experience? What if I don’t have the relevant experience? There can be a dilemma about this and once you are caught up in it, trust me you may have doubts about yourself. Today we want to share tips and ways in which you may apply for a job that requires more experience than what you have.

The jobs that are the most fun are where our learning curve is high but we can still achieve results. Usually the list of requirements for a job like this is a little beyond your experience. So how do you get one?
First of all, realize that the people who write job descriptions actually have little clue about what they really want in a candidate. That means they are easily influenced if they see a resume that grabs them. The other thing to keep in mind is that candidate requirements are usually insanely optimistic so most people applying will either be way out of the price range for the job, or not quite meeting the qualifications for the job.
In any case, you should always reach for a job way above you, but do it in a way that makes you seem like a reasonable candidate. Here below are ways and tips which you can use in applying or should consider first before applying for that job:

1.   Use the informational interview as a sales pitch (if given an opportunity).
If you know a company is hiring, and you know you're not qualified, you might still be able to get an informational interview (refer to our earlier article on types of interviews). In that meeting, first find out all you can about what that particular department or company (depending on size) needs. Then find out what really matters to the person you're talking to. If you can sell yourself as someone who has the right type of personality and demeanor for the type of work that needs doing, the hiring manager might believe that you can grow into the job quickly. This leap of faith becomes more realistic when the hiring manager believes that you know a lot about the job and he knows a lot about you (which you selectively reveal in the informational interview).                                                       
HintShifting the meeting to a job interview even though it wasn't scheduled that way. We advise that you try to be subtle.
2.   Sell yourself as a consultant.
People want good ideas. Note, though, that a good idea is one that you can actually implement—one that you can see through from start to finish. People say that their particular industry is not like this, but in fact, every industry is ripe for a good idea sold the right way. This is typically what consultants do. They go into a meeting selling an idea rather than selling themselves as a fit for a job description. A great example of how any industry needs good ideas is the tax practice in Kenya. There are tons of new ideas for how to work around various taxes every year, and the industry is dependent on the quality of new ideas flowing in.  This is true of all industries, no matter how obscure. So if you come up with a good idea and sell it to the right person in the organization, you might be able to land a job implementing that idea even if you have no experience doing something like that. 
                                                                                
Hint: Learning how to sound like a consultant if you've only trained to do an interview. Find out from friends or people you know working in the big audit firms in taxation departments, they know how to sell ideas.

3.   Get people to use you as a reference.
Headhunters don't fill entry-level jobs; they fill mid-tier and top-tier positions. The headhunting business is all about sourcing, so the more you know about how headhunters source online, the more likely you are to get tapped for a job that is a little beyond your qualifications. Most human resource consultants can tell you that they often search for resumes with respected corporate brands on them and then look for the people listed as references—and then go after those people. So try getting your friends at your level to list you as a reference and you get a chance to be considered for a higher level position.                     
Hint: Getting the right friends.
4.   Browse the internet on that field to become an expert. 
It's amazing to me how many people in the internet are professionals with 1-3 years of work experience who sound like someone with a lot more work experience. The reason for this is that surfing forces you to become an expert in your field a lot faster than a day-to-day office job forces expertise. Surfing for expert knowledge focuses on ideas and the person who is writing those ideas. You can position yourself as top in your field offline by becoming top in your field online. Your online position gives you access to people who would not consider hiring you based on your resume and experience, but would consider hiring you based on your online work and your ideas.                               
HintHaving good ideas.

5.   Have a realistic idea of your skill set. 

It's very hard to sell something you don't believe in. So you are going to have a hard time getting a job that's a little bit beyond you if you don't really believe that you're good at what you are saying you're good at. Also, though, it's very hard to sell something you have blind faith in. Think about the evangelists that knock on your front door. Their arguments are not persuasive because they "just believe" they are right. If you "just believe" you can do it, you won't be able to cut a deal.       So in order to land a job that's beyond your experience, you need to tread that fine line between having a strong belief in your strengths and not going off the deep end to the point where you sound delusional.                                                        
Hint: Seeing your true self and believing in the person you see. This is actually the tough part of all of life.
Do you now believe that you can land a job that is asking for qualifications far beyond what you have? The ideas fronted here will be applicable only if you have what is commonly known as ‘corporate swagger’ Have you ever heard of a phrase that says that you fake it till you make it? For you to get a job like this, it will depend on the way you carry yourself and the approach you give life. For example, I swear that many of the job applicants in find it very hard to ask for an informational job interview.


CREDITS TO: CAREERSTORM - KENYA

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Office Attendant


POSITION: OFFICE ATTENDANT.       
PLACE: UCC


Qualifications: 
A certificate of  secondary school education.


Apply To: 
The Managing Director,
University of Dar es Salaam  Computing Centre,
Box 35062 Dar es Salaam


Details: Daily News ,Nov  21, 2012
Deadline: December 27, 2012

Store manager (2 Posts)



Accounts Manager (1 Post)



General Manager (1 Post)


Our Client-in the Advertising industry is looking for the General Manager who shall beresponsible for the co-ordination and the strategic input and support of the business unit in (country) as well as new markets that will form an integral part of the future portfolio of the Organization.

a.Must implement business and operational strategies with the aim of capitalizing on the weaknesses of the competitors and gaining the upper hand.
b.Must ensure the stability of the established business units through weekly conference calls and monthly country evaluations.
c.Co-ordinate and ensure growth of the business units by bringing in new business (clients) and/or increasing current client spend through innovations.
d.Shall implement training and processes to identify key stake holders and staff growthopportunities.
e.Develop new product and opportunities in local as well as international markets.
f.Must have a Qualified Bachelors Degree in a business related field.
g.Must have 6 years’ experience in a leadership role in an advertising company.

Please apply online with just your CV in simple format or mail to hrd@enrichafrica.org
No testimonials required while applying.

Experience: 6yrs
Deadline: 08-01-2013

 
Sign-up For FREE Jobs Via Email