133 New Jobs Vacancies Utumishi at Various Sector June 2023- Ajira 133 Mpya Utumishi Taasisi mbalimbali June 2023, On behalf of Tanzania People’s Defense Force – Civilian (TPDF), Tanzania Police Force, National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR), Tanzania Food and Nutrition Centre (TFNC),
The Centre for Agricultural Mechanization and Rural Technology (CAMARTEC), Registration Insolvency and Trusteeship Agency (RITA), Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH), The Government Chemist Laboratory Authority (GCLA), Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA), Tanzania Airport Authority (TAA), The National Institute of Transport (NIT), Tanzania Electrical, Mechanical and Electronics Services Agency (TEMESA), The Local Government Training Institute (LGTI), The National Arts Council, National Museum of Tanzania, Public Service Recruitment Secretariat (PSRS) invites dynamic and suitable qualified Tanzanians to fill One hundred and thirty-three (133) vacant posts as mentioned below.
TANZANIA PEOPLE’S DEFENCE FORCE – CIVILIAN (TPDF)
The Tanzanian National Defense Force began in early 1964 when a group of several officers were sent to Israel and West Germany at that time to study aviation. However, students who went to learn to fly in West Germany were unable to complete their pilot training due to the breakdown of diplomatic relations between East Germany and West Germany in 1965. After some efforts, finally the air transport squadron began operations in 1969 with various aircraft, including four OTTER aircraft and the remaining CARRIBOU. Throughout the early days of the air
TANZANIA POLICE FORCE
The Tanzania Police Force was officially established on August 25, 1919, by an English Government announcement from the Gazette No.Vol.1 No.21-2583 at that time it was called the Tanganyika Police Force. But the army was legally established by the Police Force Act of 1939 [THE POLICE FORCE AND AUXILIARY SERVICES ACT OF 1939) PRINCIPAL LEGISLATION. This law is in force until now, although it has been amended from time to time.
NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH (NIMR)
The National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR) is a parastatal organization under the Ministry of Health. NIMR was established by the Parliament Act No. 23 of 1979 and became operational in 1980; holding the following mandates: To carry out and promote the carrying out of health research designed to alleviate disease among the people of Tanzania.
Ajira 133 Mpya Utumishi Taasisi mbalimbali June 2023
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REGISTRATION INSOLVENCY AND TRUSTEESHIP AGENCY (RITA) Registration Insolvency and Trusteeship Agency (RITA) was officially launched on the 23rd of June 2006 and replaced what was known as the Administrator Generals Department in the Attorney Generals Chambers, Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs. It is an Executive Agency under the Attorney Generals Chambers in the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs.
MUHIMBILI NATIONAL HOSPITAL (MNH)
Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) is a tertiary Specialized and Super Specialist Hospital in Tanzania organized into nine Directorates with bed capacity of 2,178 out of which 1,570 beds are at the Main Upanga Hospital and 608 beds are at Mloganzila facility, which is 23km away from the main Hospital. The Hospital serves between 2,000-3,000 outpatients and 1,500 – 2,000 inpatients per day. Ajira 133 Mpya Utumishi Taasisi mbalimbali June 2023
THE CENTRE FOR AGRICULTURAL MECHANIZATION AND RURAL TECHNOLOGY (CAMARTEC)
The Centre for Agricultural Mechanization and Rural Technology (CAMARTEC) was established by Act No. 19 of the parliament of the United Republic of Tanzania in November 1981 and started functioning officially in July 1982. The Centre has objective of undertaking applied research and development promotion, adaptation and dissemination of appropriate technologies in the field of agricultural mechanization and rural technologies with the aim of improving the standard of living and reducing poverty.
TANZANIA FOOD AND NUTRITION CENTRE (TFNC)After independency, a strong political support to nutrition work played a vital role in development and extension of activities. In 1963, His Excellency, President Julius K. Nyerere declared the
intention of the Government to fight malnutrition; foundation of first Nutrition School in 1966, aimingat building capacity to nurses, agricultural extension officers, social workers and teachers; and the Arusha Declaration in 1967 reiterated the importance of curbing malnutrition to vulnerable groups at all levels. The efforts prompted for many parties both within and outside to act, and the signs of confusion started to be seen.