Tengeru Institute of Community Development (TICD) is a result of upgrading the former Community Development Training Institute (CDTI – Tengeru) into a full-fledged autonomous Institute. Tengeru Institute of Community Development (TICD) is established by the Tengeru Institute of Community Development (Establishment) Order 2013 as a body corporate.
The Institute was established to serve as a practical-oriented professional Centre for demand-driven training, research, advisory and consultancy services in the fields of Community Development, Gender and Development and Participatory Project Planning.
VACANT POSITIONS TO BE FILLED THROUGH TRANSFER
TICD has eleven (11) vacant posts to be filled by transfer of Public Servants and invites applications from competent and qualified public servants to be considered for immediate transfer to TICD to fill available vacant posts. Successful applicants should be ready to work at TICD, Arusha.
The vacant posts are listed in attached PDF file below: –
Deadline: 28th May, 2020