The LSRP is one of five core reform programmes being implemented by the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania with the assistance of basket funding from Development Partners.
Positions will be available on one or two year renewable contracts. The recruitment process is being undertaken by KPMG on behalf of MoCAJ.
Chief Technical Advisor
To lead a diverse team of six Technical Advisors in providing advice and support to MoCAJ on the most effective way to implement planned legal sector reforms. The Advisor will creatively and constructively engage with government officials and Development Partners at a senior executive level to build reform understanding, ownership, commitment and momentum.
Candidates are expected to possess extensive public sector management experience and a particular understanding and success in implementing complex capacity development, change management programmes, preferably in Africa.
Experience working in the justice sector and an understanding of Tanzania is an advantage.
Qualifications which include a Master Degree (or equivalent) in economics, law or other social sciences are expected.
Capacity Development Specialist
To design and implement a capacity development programme to support the achievement of LSRP goals, with a focus on developing public service leaders.
The Advisor will identify capacity gaps, undertake training needs analyses, and work with and develop trainers.
Candidates require extensive experience in the design and delivery of executive leadership programmes for public sector officials, with skills in staff mentoring and coaching and an understanding of the most recent thinking on developing capacity to achieve lasting behaviour change.
Experience in eastern and southern Africa with knowledge of training providers in this region is an advantage.
Expected qualifications are a Master degree (or equivalent) in human resource management, business administration, economics, public administration or other social science.
Financial Management Advisor
To develop the financial management capacity of institutions in the legal sector, especially in budgeting and financial reporting.
Candidates are expected to have senior level financial management experience, including at least five years experience in Tanzania, with working knowledge of government planning and budgeting processes: Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF), Public Expenditure Review (PER), and Strategic Budget Allocation Systems (SBAS) etc.
The minimum formal qualification is a university degree with an accounting or finance focus.
Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor
To support MoCAJ to develop and implement a comprehensive M&E system to monitor and report on LSRP progress, support evaluation studies and feed into broader government systems, including the M&E framework underpinning the National Strategy for Growth and Poverty Reduction.
The Advisor will be responsible for building the capacity of relevant government officials including in the application of tools such as logical framework analysis, and results and performance frameworks.
The candidate requires five years experience in the M&E of complex public sector capacity development programmes. Experience working on programmes to promote legal or justice sector reform is an advantage. T
he position requires qualifications up to Master degree level (or equivalent) in economics, business administration or with specialization in M&E.
please send a cover letter addressing the selection criteria, with CV and the names and contact details of two referees to:
Human Resource Manager,
P.O. Box 1160,
Dar es Salaam,Tanzania,
tel: +255 22 2118866,
email: info @ kpmg.co.tz.
Detailed position descriptions are available through this address.