The Association of Local Authorities of Tanzania (ALAT) has, in conjunction with the United Cities and Local Governments of Africa (UCLG Africa) secured a grant of 660,000EUR from the European Union (EU), to implement the third edition of Mayors Award Scheme in Tanzania (MAS).
The MAS aims to identify and acknowledge, every year, role models in local leadershipand the performance of local Councils in terms of promoting and practising effective service delivery, local economic development and good governance at subnational levels. The scheme is thus intended to promote and thereby contribute to the achievement of a performance-based, service delivery-oriented, and citizen-centred governance system that favours the emergence and consolidation of accountable, participatory and inclusive local governments.
ALAT is seeking to recruit/hire suitable persons to fill the following positions, on contract.
1) Full-time Project Staff to be based in Dodoma, Tanzania (Open to only Tanzanian Citizens)
2) Short-time Consultants
Details on the job specifications, educational and experience requirements of the advertised jobs are available for download from either of the following websites:
Submission of Application
Please submit to the address below, your hand written application letter along with
an update curriculum vitae;
recent passport photograph;
motivational letter (Not more than 1 page);
copies of educational certificates and
copies of proof of work/engagement experience
Only hard copy applications will be received and should be addressed and sent to:
The Secretary General
Association of Local Authorities of Tanzania (ALAT)
Room Number 108-110, Sokoine Building (President’s Office Regional Administration and Local Government (PO RALG), CDA Street
Please note that the application letter, curriculum vitae; motivational letter should be written in English.
The deadline for receiving applications is Monday, 22nd October 2018 at 12.00 pm, East Africa Standard Time.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted by 31st October 2018.