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2 New Government Job Vacancies at Mzumbe University (MU)

2 New Government Job Vacancies at Mzumbe University (MU) 

2 New Government Job Vacancies at Mzumbe University (MU)  Mzumbe University origin can be traced back to 1953 when the British Colonial Administration established a Local Government School in the country. The school was aimed at training local Chiefs, Native Authority Staff and Councilors. The level of training was elevated after Tanzania (Tanganyika) independence to include training of Central Government Officials, Rural Development Officers and local Court Magistrates.

In 1972, the then Local Government School was merged with the Institute of Public Administration of the University of Dar es Salaam to form the Institute of Development Management (IDM-Mzumbe). IDM was a higher learning institution for training professional managers in the public and private sectors. Given the natural growth of the Institute over the years of successful operation and the changing national and international human resource needs, the Government transformed it into fully fledge public University. This was made under the Act of Parliament No.21 of 2001. In December 2006, the Mzumbe University Act No 21 of 2001 was repealed by the Universities Act of Tanzania No. 7 of 2005 and replaced by the Mzumbe University charter, 2007 which now guide the operations and management of the University. The mandate of the University as stipulated in the Mzumbe University Charter, 2007 focuses on training, research, publications and public service cum consultancy.

Jobs Overview: The Centre of Excellence in Health Monitoring and Evaluation (COEHME) housed in the School of Public Administration and Management (SOPAM) at Mzumbe University was established in 2015. The aim of COEHME is to coordinate and implement health monitoring and evaluation activities; including the provision of technical assistance in the implementation science research; health data systems generation, dissemination and use of data to contribute to health systems strengthening. In September 2020, the COEHME was awarded a grant by the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC grant GH20-2063) to Provide Technical Assistance to the Government of Tanzania and Public Health Institutions toward Sustained Health Systems Strengthening. This project is being implemented in collaboration with and to support the Ministry of Health, the Tanzania Commission for AIDS, the President’s Office – Regional Administration and Local Government, and the Ministry of Finance and Planning.


 The COEHME is seeking competent, experienced, dynamic, and qualified candidates to immediately fill the position listed below.

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