HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation (HELVETAS) is a Swiss INGO actively contributing to the improvement of the living conditions and status of economically poor and socially disadvantaged people in more than 33 developing countries, HELVETAS has its Head Office in Switzerland (www.helvetas.org). HELVETAS is one of the most experienced and largest development organisations in Switzerland. In its programme in Tanzania, HELVETAS is implementing development initiatives in the two thematic fields of Skill Development and Education (SDE) and Sustainable and Inclusive Economics (SIE) through various projects including the School based In-service Teacher Training (SITT), Grain Post Harvest Loss Prevention (GPLP) project in central corridor regions, the Empowering Smallholder Women and Youth on Rice Postharvest Management and Marketing (RlPOMA) project in Morogoro region, the Organic Cotton project in Singida and Simiyu regions, the Save Safe Food (SSF) project in Rukwa and Katavi regions and the Youth Employment through Skills Enhancement (YES) project in Dodoma and Singida regions.
HELVETAS Tanzania is receiving funding from the European Union for the implementation of its four years project named as ‘Kilimo Bora cha matunda na mbogamboga kwa Wanawake na Vijana (KIBOWAVI)’ The project in aims at improving livelihoods of 75,000 rural people, including 15,000 directly targeted poor smallholder farmers (at least 70% women, 50 % youth) by contributing to inclusive economic growth, promote private sector development and job creation in the horticulture sector, and to increase food and nutrition security in the Southern Highlands regions (Songwe, Mbeya and Katavi regions) through targeted interventions in the horticulture sector to increase productivity, production, resource-efficiency, diversity, local value addition and marketing.
HELVETAS Tanzania for its KIBOWAVI project invites applications from qualified and dynamic Tanzanian citizens to fill for the following positions below:
Qualified candidates will be posted/stationed in the project regions.
Horticulture System Facilitator (1)
Finance and Administration Officer (1)
Monitoring, Evaluation And Learning Officer(1)
Project Director (1)
Senior Horticulture Market System Officer (1)
Duration : 4 years upon successful performances and availability of funding
Benefits : Very attractive, as per the rules and regulations of HELVETAS Tanzania
Method of Application
Interested candidates are requested to ask for the detailed Terms of Reference via Email: Recruitment-TZ@helvetas.org
The above positions have also been advertised internally.
Women candidates are highly encouraged to apply.
Deadline for submission of applications is 24th February 2020.