Internships at MS Training Center for Development Cooperation (MSTCDC), Human Resources Position
ARE YOU A YOUNG HR GRADUATE AND LOOKING FOR INTERNSHIP? MS TCDC WANTS YOU
We are looking for an innovative, proactive, responsible, vibrant and skilled Human Resources Intern to join our team.
MS Training Centre for Development Cooperation (MS TCDC), located in Usa River near Arusha, was established in 1967 to prepare Danish volunteers to work in East and Southern Africa. Today it trains over 5,000 people annually from all over the world in leadership & governance courses, standard courses, development management courses, Kiswahili language and cultural orientation. For more information please, visit www.mstcdc.or.tz
In support of the organization’s youth initiative to develop a pool of young talent and future leaders, MS TCDC is dedicated in equipping young graduates with skills and attitudes needed in today’s complex business world by giving them an exposure to a diverse work environment. In order to support this mission, we are looking for an innovative, proactive, responsible, vibrant and skilled Human Resources Intern to join our team.
Essentially, MS TCDC's Human Resources Department is the overall responsible for the technical aspects of human resources & legal function of the organization including its budget, management of employees, and is responsible for staffing, compensation, benefits, training & development and other functions that help shape the organization culture. The Department is also responsible for making sure employees are working in a safe and comfortable environment while recruiting new, likeminded employees to help achieve organizational goals.
He/she is expected to:
a. Assist in coordinating recruitment processes (handling advertisements, receiving and processing applications, organize interviews, inform applicants of outcome, assist interview panel checking referees and orientation of new staff).
b. Assist in processing staff work permits and participants’ permits and visas.
c. Compile & maintain records of staff leave days (annual, compassionate, sick etc).
d. Assist in coordinating, monitoring and ensuring staff talks are conducted annually with staff; and also ensure follow up on feedbacks.
e. Assist in organizing staff meetings, ensuring communication, information and decision-making
f. Take place from Department level up to Management level.
g. Assist in developing and regular reviews of staff job descriptions in consultation with respective department heads.
h. Assist in coordinating staff training.
i. Assist in coordinating staff welfare issues and ensure all matters related to staff bereavement are attended to.
j. Carry out off-boarding processes and ensure feedback to Head of HR.
A candidate must possess a primary qualification in Human Resources Management, Political Science & Public Administration, Business Administration, Social Science, or any other relevant field and have passion for accountability, good governance and development.
Attributes and key skills:
High level of humanitarian skill, ability to work in a multicultural context, passion to engage in social justice activism/advocacy, demonstrate creative & innovative practices.
Terms and conditions:
The internship position will be based at the MS TCDC training centre in Usa River, Arusha. The internship position is offered under MS TCDC’s internship policy with a fixed term contract of four (4) months with the possibility of extension depending on the future programmatic focus and needs of MS TCDC.
To apply, submit a motivation letter about why you are the most suitable candidate for the internship position, a resume and three (3) referees to *email@example.com * by *Monday, 7th of May, 2018*. We value all applications but we can only respond to short listed candidates. While all applicants will be assessed strictly on their individual merits, women are strongly encouraged to apply.
MS TCDC strives to be an employer of choice by respecting the rights of employees, promoting intercultural diversity and give specific preference to women!