The Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB) Director General is seeking skilled Tanzanians to fill the following positions:
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INVESTIGATION OFFICERS (200 POSTS)
The government of Tanzania requires applicants to hold at least a first degree in one of the following disciplines: law, accounting, information technology, computer science, electronics, forestry, agriculture, procurement, economics & planning, human resource management, statistics, public administration, records management, land management & valuation, oil and gas, quantity survey, electrical engine, or anthropology and cultural tourism.
Applicants should have a minimum pass of lower second class.
Candidates who have registered with the appropriate professional board(s) will receive special consideration.
Candidates should have a strong sense of morality and be clean-shaven.
Candidates need to have participated in National Service programs.
Each applicant must be a resident of Tanzania and not older than 30.
200 Job Opportunities at PCCB: Applications must be accompanied by certified copies of all academic transcripts and other documentation, such as birth certificates, school-leaving certificates, National Identity Cards (NIDAs), registration numbers for NIDAs, etc. (200 Job Opportunities at PCCB)
No testimonials, incomplete transcripts, or result slips will be accepted.
The National Examination Council of Tanzania should certify diplomas for ordinary or advanced level education issued by foreign examination bodies (NECTA).
The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) will only recognize certificates from foreign universities that have been authenticated.
Candidates must provide a current Curriculum Vitae (CV) with a valid physical address, email address, and cell phone number.
Legal action will result from the presentation of fake academic credentials and fraudulent information on a resume.
Candidates must provide three referees’ names, credible contact information, and one current passport-size photo for each referee. (200 Job Opportunities at PCCB)
Those who have left the public service or have recently done so should not apply.
Application letters should be written by hand in either English or Swahili.
Applicants who are currently employed by government institutions should submit their applications through them. (200 Job Opportunities at PCCB)
Only candidates that meet the prerequisite requirements and conditions will be chosen to move on to the next stage of the hiring process.
All applicants must be aware that once hired, they will be assigned to any location the Director General deems appropriate.
Being a member of the Anti-Corruption Club will be advantageous.
Mode of Application
All applications must be submitted through the PCCB recruitment portal, which can be reached at www.pccb.go.tz/jobportal. Posted or hand-delivered applications will not be accepted.
All cover letters for applications must be addressed to:
Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau,
P.O. Box 1291
Taasisi ya Kuzuia na Kupambana na Rushwa,
Mtaa wa Jamhuri,
S.L.P 1291, ers