Posted: 25 Mar 2017
Master’s degree inlaw At least two years of progressively responsible experience
Posted: 22 Mar 2017
Location: South Sudan,
Holder of a bachelor degree
Posted: 17 Mar 2017
Location: Tanzania, Dar es Salaam
Required a bachelor degree
Posted: 13 Mar 2017
Location: Rwanda, Kigali
A university degree or equivalent in agriculture, rural development, nutrition or any other relevant...
Posted: 09 Mar 2017
Location: South Sudan,
1. University degree in security management, international relations, Law or a comparable fie ld and...
Posted: 08 Nov 2016 12:35
Deadline: 21 Nov 2016
Location: Africa , Tanzania , Arusha
Education: Secondary School
About Company: The Arusha Urban Water Supply and Sewerage Authority (AUWSA), is a legally established entity responsible for the overall operation and management of water supply and sewerage services in Arusha City. AUWSA was established under the Water Works Act CAP 272 amendment (Act No. 8 of 1997), now repealed by Water Supply and Sanitation Act No. 12 of 2009. It was declared a fully autonomous entity by order of the Minister responsible for Water Affairs in January 1998.
Phone: (255) 027 - 2504163/
Holder of Secondary School certificate I Advanced Secondary School certificatefrom National Examination Council of Tanzania (NECTA). Mu.st have undergone TPDF, National Service (JKT), Police, Auxiliary Police,Pri.sons or People's Militia training. Most possess motor cycle driving license from the approved Authority (TRA). The candidate must have ability to speak and possess good writing skills in English and Klswahili and be proficient in Computer applications. He or She must have a working experience in a relevant field
i. To maintain security of AUWSA property including the premises and other properties. Ii. To patrol AUWSA premises to prevent and detect signs of Intrusion and ensure security of doors, windows, and gates are properly secured. iii. To monitor and authorize entrance and departure of employees, visitors, and other persons to guard against theft and maintain security of premises. iv. To write reports of daily activities and irregularities, such as equipment or property damage, theft, presence of unauthorized persons, or unusual occurrences. v. To secure AUWSA premises and personnel by patrolling property; monitoring surveillance equipment; inspecting buildings, equipment, and access points; permitting entry. vi. To apprehend criminals and evict violators.
Coopera teWith Us »
We are looking for partners all over the world to work with eastafricatender.com Interested persons and companies please contact us on email - john.paul@aesl .co.tz Details >>