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63 Applicant Called For Interview at Mbinga TC Dereva II

63 Applicant Called For Interview at Mbinga TC Dereva II

WHO WE ARE

The Public Service Recruitment Secretariat (PSRS) is a government organ with a status of independent Department established specifically to facilitate the recruitment process of employees to the Public Service.

Public Service Recruitment Secretariat was established by the Public Service Act No. 8 0f 2002 as amended by Act No. 18 of 2007, section 29(1).

Vision

To be a Centre of Excellence in Public Service Recruitment in the region.

Mission

To undertake recruitment of Public servants using modern approaches by adhering to principles of equity, transparency and merits as well as providing advice to employers on employment related matters.

Functions Of Public Service Recruitment Secretariat

The major role of PSRS is to facilitate recruitment in the Public Service. According to the Public Service Cap. 298 of 2002 as amended by Amendment Act No. 18 of 2007 section 29 (1)

The functions of PSRS are:-

Search for various professionals with special skills and prepare database for such professionals for easier recruitment;

Register graduates and professionals for purposes of ease of reference of filling vacant posts;

Advertise vacant posts occurring in the public service;

Engage appropriate experts for purposes of conducting interviews

Advise employers on various matters related to recruitment, and

Do any other act or thing which may be directed by the Minister responsible for Public Service.

Core Values

The core values of PSRS cornerstones of work performance and conduct in adaptation to changes in society, government, politics, and technology.

The following were PSRS core values:-

Pursuit of excellence in service delivery.

Loyalty to Government.

Diligence.

Integrity.

Courtesy to all.

Respect for the law, and

Proper use of official information

63 Applicant Called For Interview at Mbinga TC Dereva II

Mbinga Town Council is one among 8 Councils in Ruvuma Region. It is found in South East of Mbinga District Council, and it is comprised of 298 Hamlets, 49 villages, 19 Wards and 1 Division covering 1265.96 Square Kilometers with an approximate of 130,857 population.

The Mbinga Town Council was upgraded on 1st July 2015 from Mbinga District Council. Hence, it is bound to the North and West by Mbinga District, to the East by Songea District while to the South is bound by Nyasa District.

It is situated South West of the region, it lies between latitude 10˚ 15’ and 11˚34’ S, longitude 34˚24’ E and 35˚28’ E.

UKUBWA

Mbinga Rural Council covers an area of ​​6,319.31 square kilometers, 5 divisions, 29 wards, 118 villages and 787 neighborhoods and has one constituency.

Population.

The district has a population of 353,683 of whom 172,402 are males or 48.7 percent and women are 181,281 equivalent to 51.3 percent of the total population in the District, according to the 2012 population and housing census.

The population increase is 2.9%. The main tribe are the Tutsis who are engaged in agriculture, there are also Wangoni and Manda.

Weather

The weather in Mbinga is an average temperature of 25 ° C. In summer the temperature is 23oC to 27oC and in winter the temperature is from 160C to 200C. It rains for six months from November to April.

The average rainfall is mm. 1,200 – 1,800 mm per year, however in the Umatengo Mountains the average rainfall reaches 2,000 mm per year. In addition, the dry season is from May to October.

Administration

The Council has 1 division, 19 wards, 78 Street /Villages and 302 hamlets. The Mbinga Town Council is the major center for administrative and commercial activities in Mbinga District.

The Mbinga Town Council has various employment opportunities which act as a magnet for the District Rural-Urban population immigration.

VISION

A well educated community with better livelihood .

MISSION

To provide high quality social economic services to the community through efficient and effective use of resources and good governance for improving living standards.

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