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A vacancy has arisen at the British High commission for an A2 (L) Crime and Justice Administrator in the UK Crime and Justice Team on a fixed term contract until 31 March 2017 with possibility of further extension. The position is graded at A2 (L) for which the current salary is TZS 1,907,988 – 2,360,603 per month before deduction of tax. Where the successful candidate is not liable to Tanzanian tax, the salary will be abated to take account of the tax they would have paid.
The successful candidate will be part of a the UK Crime and Justice Team , providing project administrative support. Working in line with the UK’s overseas strategies will be key, and the ability to work in an ever changing environment where priorities will change daily. The Team is a regional one and most of the team travel regularly throughout East Africa. This role is Dar Es Salaam based but the successful applicant may be asked to travel occasionally.
Working in a supporting role, the successful candidate will be responsible for managing project related resources and information and supporting the Criminal Justice Advisor and International Liaison Officer in project implementation, management and delivery. The job holder will also be required to provide administrative support to the team. They will report to the National Crime Agency Office Manager, based in Nairobi.
The main duties include:
Act as an initial point of contact for all project-related enquiries.
Provide administrative support in monitoring and evaluation of projects, and supporting team members in all administrative aspects of project management, such as managing and coordinating logistics for project related training programmes.
Manage and monitor project expenditure and maintain financial and progress reports. Review and process all expense claims for projects, including travel claims.
Organise team meetings, events and visits, including drawing up agendas, minutes, programmes, organising transport and hotel bookings.
Coordinate extensively with service units and liaise frequently with staff members across other sections within BHC Dar Es Salaam, BHC Nairobi, the region and London.
Provide general administrative support to team members.
On occasion provide administrative support to the team as a whole.
Source: Tanzania Jobs