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Tume ya Utumishi wa Mahakama Hiring 8 Various Position

Tume ya Utumishi wa Mahakama Hiring 8 Various Position

Here, Tume ya Utumishi wa Mahakama – The Judicial Service Commission is an entity established in accordance with Article 112(1) of the Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania of 1977. Additionally, the Judiciary Administration Act Chapter 237 grants the Judicial Service Commission, among other responsibilities, the task of recruiting various personnel for the Tanzanian Judiciary.

Vacancy: 8 jobs opportunities at Tume ya Utumishi wa Mahakama (The Judicial Service Commission) in Tanzania

Therefore, the Judicial Service Commission announces to Tanzanians who meet the specified qualifications for each job position and are ready to work for the Tanzanian Judiciary in various Regions and Districts to submit their job applications:

Resident Magistrate II – TJS 2 – (5 Positions)


Applicants should have a Certificate of completion of Form Four or Six, a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) degree from recognized Universities or Higher Education Institutions endorsed by the Government, along with a Postgraduate Diploma in practical legal training from the Law School of Tanzania. Additionally, they should possess computer literacy skills.


  1. Prepare a plan for hearing initial cases of Criminal and Civil matters.
  2. Adjudicate initial cases of Criminal and Civil matters.
  3. Adjudicate initial cases of marriage and succession.
  4. Prepare and deliver judgments on all cases heard.
  5. Issue various legally permissible court orders.
  6. Resolve disputes.
  7. Hear appeals from Ward Tribunals.
  8. Conduct legal research and provide advice.
  9. Perform other duties assigned by the supervisor.

Office Management Clerk Grade II TGS C (3 Positions)


Recruitment of Form Four or Six graduates with a Diploma in Secretarial Studies or a NTA level 6 certificate in secretarial studies. Additionally, they should have passed the Kiswahili and English Shorthand exams with 100 words per minute and have proficiency in office computer applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet, Email, and Publisher from any Government-recognized institution.


  1. Type letters, reports, and ordinary and confidential documents.
  2. Receive visitors and inquire about their issues, directing them to the appropriate places for resolution.
  3. Maintain records, records of events, appointments, visitors, the chief’s travel schedule, and other work schedules.
  4. Retrieve files and documents needed in the execution of job duties.
  5. Receive files and distribute them to Officers in the relevant Department/Unit/Section.
  6. Collect, maintain, and return files and documents to the relevant areas.
  7. Compile extracts and prepare various meeting preparations.
  8. Prepare a list of office equipment needs.

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Judicial Service Commission – Job Application

Available Job Vacancies

Important Information for all applicants:

  • All job applications should be submitted electronically through the application form available on the Judicial Service Commission website (Hard copies will not be accepted).
  • When filling out the electronic form, pay attention to the following:
    • Upload all academic and training certificates and results as required on the application form, including the Computer Certificate.
    • Upload the birth certificate (in PDF format).
    • Upload a recent color photo (passport size) on the application form.
    • Specify National Identification Numbers (NIDA).
    • Upload other documents as directed by the form based on the job.

The Judicial Service Commission (Tume ya utumishi wa mahakama job application portal form) Here.

It is emphasized that:

  • Applicants must be Tanzanian citizens.
  • These are new job positions, so permanent public servants are not eligible to apply.
  • Applicants must be between 18 and 44 years old and have no criminal record or imprisonment.
  • Successful applicants will become employees of the Tanzanian Judiciary and must be prepared to be assigned to any available station.
  • Applicants who studied abroad must have their certificates verified by TCU/NACTE; failure to comply with this will result in the rejection of their applications.
  • Applicants who have been dismissed or terminated from public service should not apply.
  • Applicants without the specified qualifications and who do not adhere to the mentioned conditions will not have their applications processed.
  • Applicants providing false information, such as age, education, or previous work locations, will face dismissal if discovered, even if already employed, along with severe legal actions.

For the application form, visit the Judicial Service Commission website. For communication with the Commission, use the following addresses: [Insert contact information].

1The website of Tume ya Utumishi wa Mahakama (The Judicial Service Commission –  
2Phone for inquiries: 0734219821 na 0738 247341
3Email for inquiries:

The deadline for receiving job applications is on Wednesday, the 13th of March, 2024, at 6:00 PM (The application system will automatically close).

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