Monday, October 24, 2016

Tanzania Football Federation,Director Of Finance Jobs in Tanzania



Tanzania Football Federation is as port organizations registered in the United Republic f Tanzania under the National Sports Council Act of 1967 amended in 1971TFF is responsible for
– Developing and regulating the sports associations football in all its forms through the territory of Tanzania Mainland
– Encouraging the sports associations football at the nations level in the spirit of fair play


– Organizing competitions in associations football festal and beach soccer from grassroots to international
RESPONSIBILITIES
– Head directorate finance
– Advising the secretary general on all matters pertain to finance and accounts
– Ensuring adherence to approved to financial/accounting policies
– Preparing financial budgeting and reports for use by TFF partners such as FIFA, CAF
– Drafts annual budgeting for analyst and approval by the finance and executive committee
– Liaising with assisting the external auditors of the associations
– Providing information’s to other departments for budgetary purpose
– Preparing estimate of income and expenditure
– Making proposal for investing funds of the federations and implement approved investment plans

QUALIFICATIONS
– Degree of finance/accounting/business administration’s/ or equivalent qualifications
– Possess a professional qualifications preferably CPA(T), ACCA
– 7 years experience of working in finance and administrations with an at least 5 years experience in the field
– Self-starter, proactive, independent, and motivated
– Good English and Kiswahili communications skills oral, written and presentations
– Proficient in computer system and micro office suites

Letters of applications for the above positions attached with CV’ and copies of certificates must be sent by post to
THE GENERAL SECRETARY,
TANZANIA FOOTBAL FEDERATIONS,
P.O. BOX 1574,
KARUME MEMORIAL STADIUM, UHURU SHAURI MOYO ROAD
DAR ES SALAAM

FAX +255-22-2182032,
FAX +255-22-21820312,
DEADLINE 27 OCTOBER 2016.


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