Tanzania Automotive Technology Centre (TATC), synonymously known as “Shirika la Nyumbu”, was formally established on the 14th December 1985, through a Presidential Order, made under the Public Corporations Act 1969. TATC’s mission is to develop a reputable capacity” for automotive engineering by conducting research and innovation, technology transfer and quality assurance services.
TATC is wholly owned by the Government of the United republic of Tanzania through the Ministry of Defense and National Service (MoDNS).
TATC seeks to recruit, intelligent and result-oriented Tanzanians with high integrity, to fill the following vacancies:-
A. Reports to: Supplies Officer
B. Duties and Responsibilities
(i) Continuous updating of the stores ledgers.
(ii) Perpetual invertorization of stocks.
(iii) Participation in periodic i.e Semiannual/annual stock takings.
(iv) Marshalling of goods’ to respective storage places or customers.
C. Qualifications
Form VI certificate with NBMM Pre-Foundation stage I. Computer Literacy will be added advantages.
A. Reports to: Sales Officer
B. Duties and Responsibilities
(i) Solicits new job orders/ customers to achieve the assigned sales quota.
(ii) Receives customers and processing their needs/ orders.
(iii) Listens to customer requirements and presenting appropriately to make a sale.
(iv) Maintains and developing relationships with existing customers in person and via telephone calls and e-mails.
(v) Arranges displaying goods and information in TATC’s shops.
(vi) Follow up customer’s complaints and advice accordingly.
(vii) Prepares monthly and quarterly reports on sales
C. Qualifications
A holder of Diploma in Business Administration- Marketing.
A. Reports to: Administrative Officer
B. Duties and Responsibilities
(i) Types letters, minutes, circulars and other documents required for the day to day running of the Centre’s affairs.
(ii) Receives telephone calls and book outgoing telephones as required.
(iii) Handles incoming mails with personal attention of the officer and ensure that mails and any related correspondences are well managed and delivered personally to the intended officer.
(iv) Follows up outstanding correspondences.
(v) Receives visitors, ascertain the nature of their business and relay information to the boss concerned.
(vi) Answers routine correspondence such as acknowledgements and sending out reminders.
(vii) Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.
C. Qualifications
Form IV certificate ,CSEE) or Form VI certificate (ACSEE) with passes in English and Kiswahili plus Basic Technician Certificate in Secretarial Studies from a recognized Institution with a typing speed of 80 w.p.m; manuscript and tabulation stage III, Secretarial duties and office practice stage II, English or Kiswahili shorthand speed of 80 w.p.m. Passes of 100/120 will be added advantage. Computer operating Certificate in Microsoft Office Windows Platform is essential.
A. Reports to: Workshop Foreman
B. Duties and Responsibilities
(i) Operates melting furnace and charge preparation.
(ii) Operates shot blasting machine and other fettling duties.
(iii) Instructs Foundry man of lower grade in foundry shop practice.
(iv) Prepares sand, mould and core and should be able to operates sand
(v) preparation machine/equipments
C. Qualifications
Form IV education with Trade Test grade I, plus six (6) years working experience in that grade in a reputable foundry. Knowledge in melting point temperatures and color code will be an added advantage.
A. Report to: Workshop Foreman Machineshop
B. Duties and Responsibilities
(i) Operates various machine tools and equipment’s in the workshop such as gear hobber, bevel gear generator, gear shaper etc.
(ii) Operates sophisticated machine tools such as CNC machines under supervision.
(iii) Design and supervises the manufacture of simple fixtures, jigs and tools for the job in hand.
(iv) Performs simple calculations required for setting up gear machines, differential indexing head, screw cutting taper turning, etc
C. Qualifications
Form IV education with Trade Test Grade I in Fitter/ Turner plus six (6) years of working experience as Fitter/Turner in a reputable Organization.
A.Report to: Workshop Foreman Fabrication
B. Duties and Responsibilities
(i) Fabricates and welds special materials such as armored plates, stainless steel aluminum and copper
(ii) To inspect and recognize defects’ on work done by junior welders. 
(iii) To identify workshop machines malfunctions and reports to Foreman.
(iv) Prepares and layout work pieces which requires special attention and accuracy before welding for junior welders.
C. Qualifications
Form IV education with Trade Test Grade II and working experience of at least three (3) years in a reputable organization. Knowledge of welding nonferrous materials like aluminum is an added advantage.
    A. Report to: Senior Accountant
B. Duties and Responsibilities
(i) Preparation of payment vouchers, journal vouchers, cheques, receipts and any other source of documents.
(ii) Assist in maintaining proper books of accounts and keeping off all records pertaining to income and expenditure.
(iii) Paty cash management and ensuring reimbursement is timely and accurately done.
(iv) Assisting on cash banking and cash office duties.
(v) Safe keep accounting documents and registers
(vi) Assist in all financial and accounting operations of the accounts department.
(vii) Performs any other official duties as assigned by supervisors.
C. Qualifications
Form IV education with NBAA Accounting Technician Certificate Level II (ATEC II) plus at least three (3) years working experience in a reputable firm.
i. Applicants must attach an up to date CV having reliable contact postal address, e-mail address, telephone number and indicate three reputable referees with their reliable contact.
ii. The tittle of the position applied for should be written in the subject of the application letter marked on the envelope.
iii. Applicant must attach their details relevant certified copies of academic certificates, one recent passport size picture and birth certificate.
iv. Applicants who currently employed in the Public Service should route the application letters through their respective employers.
v. Application letter should be written in Swahili or English
vi. Application should be sent to the undersigned not later than 10th November, 2017 at 3.30 pm
vii. Only shortlisted candidates should be informed on a date of interview
viii. Remuneration according to TATC Scheme of Service.
Director General,
Private Bag, Nyumbu- Kibaha,

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