The Centre for Foreign Relations was established on 13th January 1978, by an Agreement between the governments of the United Republic of Tanzania and the Republic of
Mozambique, signed by the then Ministers for Foreign Affairs of Tanzania and Mozambique, Benjamin William Mkapa and Alberto Joaquim Chissano.
The Centre was registered and was awarded Full Accreditation by the National Council
for Technical Education (NACTE) on 30th July 2013. The accreditation from NACTE ensures that the programmes offered by the Centre are recognized within Tanzania and outside the country. The Centre has also been incorporated in the Consular and Diplomatic Immunities and Privileges Act No. 5 1986 hence, it enjoys a diplomatic status.
Job Opportunity At Centre for Foreign Relations
POST: LECTURER – 1 POST
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
i. To teach up to NTA level 9 (carries out lectures, seminars, tutorials and practicals for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes);
ii. Sets, invigilates and marks undergraduate and postgraduate examinations;
iii. Guides junior staff in lecturing and conducting seminars, tutorials;
iv. Supervises field work of both undergraduate and postgraduate students;
v. Conducts research and publishes results;
vi. To develop and review curriculum;
vii. Carries out consultancy and public service;
viii. Writes teaching materials, e.g., manuals;
ix. Participates in the development of programmes and projects;
x. Organizes and participates in relevant workshops and conferences; and
xi. Performs any other relevant duties assigned by one’s supervisor.
QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Holder of PhD in Economics, International Bussines, International Trade and Investment or a Similar field from a recognized and reputable institution with a GPA of 3.5 and above in the undergraduate studies. Candidates with experience in Research and Publications will be an added advantage.
REMUNERATION: PHTS 3