Tanzania National parks (TANAPA) is a Parastatal Organization whose mandate is to manage and regulate the use of areas designated as National Parks. The Organization currently manages sixteen National Parks which form part of larger protected ecosystems set aside to preserve Tanzania’s rich natural heritage. In her endeavor to promote professionalism, the organization seeks to recruit high caliber, results oriented and self driven professionals with integrity to fill the posts below;
1. Information Technology Technicians – (9 posts)

(i)Entry Academic Qualifications:
Ordinary Diploma in Computer Science or Information Technology or equivalent qualifications from a recognized institution.

(ii)General Duties and Responsibilities:
Troubleshooting and repairing of hardware, operating systems and applications;
Integrating security and physical control solutions for all confidential data and systems;
Debugging pages and fixing broken links and images;
Integrating and configuring computer networking for best performance;
Addressing users complaints;
Maintaining computer systems and networks;
Running regular social promotions and campaigns and track their success through online discussion;
Implementing best practices in areas of work specialization;
Identifying the security gaps and providing relevant solutions in consultation with the ICT Supervisor;
Testing and evaluating all new technology including ARUTI-HRIS, M&E systems etc.;
Documenting, presenting technical procedures, operating methods and new systems;
Providing inputs in the preparation of departmental annual budget and plans;
Installing, supporting and maintaining existing and new hardware and software infrastructure for computer systems and networks;
Monitoring and controlling network availability and functionality and instill trouble shooting where necessary;
Preparing and submitting periodic reports; and
Performing any other related duties as may be assigned by superior.

(iii) Salary Scale: TNPSS C
(iv) Age limit: Not above 35 years of age
2. Park Ranger Grade IV – (150 posts)
i) Entry Academic Qualifications: Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE) with Basic, Technician Certificate in Wildlife Management or one-year course of National Service certificate.
ii) General Duties and Responsibilities

Conducting patrol activities in and around the Park;
Guarding visitors, staff and their properties and ensuring their security;
Enforcing National Parks laws, rules and regulations;
Responding to emergency situations such as rescue and instituting First Aid;
Participating in marking, clearing and protection of park boundary;
Reporting on matters relating to the security, safety and general operations of the respective section to the immediate superior;
Checking, searching, apprehending and/or arresting person/persons suspected of wildlife offences;
Ensuring safety of sentry area and handle all incidences;
Participating in routine and ad–hoc parades;
Investigating matters relating to possible wildlife offences and give evidence before the court of law;
Participating in joint protection activities with other wildlife institutions and law enforcement agencies in, around and cross–borders;
Participating in collaborative patrol operations with adjacent communities in protecting properties and human life;
Participating in ecological monitoring activities such as animal health monitoring, animal counts/census, weather data collection, early burning, fire suppression and GIS;
Performing minor preventive maintenance work on Park infrastructures, facilities and machines;
Ensuring that the parking bay of designated aircraft is clear of objects; or obstruction 5 minutes before arrival or departure of an aircraft;
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