Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania (CCBRT) aims to be the leading provider of accessible specialized health services in Africa and serves – as healthcare social enterprise and through development programmes – the community and the most vulnerable. CCBRT is Tanzania’s largest local provider of disability and rehabilitation services in the country. We’re committed to empower people with disabilities and their families, improving their quality of life, and ensuring access to medical and rehabilitative treatment. Committed to preventing lifelong disabilities wherever possible, CCBRT is also engaged in extensive maternal and newborn healthcare (MNHC) activities including obstetric fistula repairs and is opening a Maternity and Newborn Wing in 2021.
In order to strengthen the Maintenance Department, we are looking for a multi-skilled Carpenter who can provide carpentry services and assist in other maintanance services at CCBRT.
As a Carpenter at CCBRT, your role includes checking and repairing all doors, windows, furniture and other woodworks across the organization. You will further assist in performing craft jobs under supervision of senior staff. Furthermore you will participate in the incinerator duties conducted by the maintenance team in shift work and assist with other activities of the maintenance team.
Your qualifications and work experience
Secondary Certificate of Education (Form 4)
Certificate in Carpentry – Trade test 1
Minimal 2 years of working experience
Ability to work with minimal supervision
Good communication skills
If you are interested, please submit your curriculum vitae with 2 references and a cover letter telling us why you believe you are the right person for the role.
CCBRT is an equal opportunities employer and encourages people with disabilities to apply. Please send your application via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Shortlisted candidates will undergo an interview as well as an additional assessment.
Please indicate job reference number: 2021-18| DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 30th September 2021