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MANAGER, RAILWAY INFRASTRUCTURE REGULATION (Head Office)-1 Post
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Posted: 06 Jun 2017 09:53
Deadline: 21 Jun 2017
Category: Engineering & Architecture
Location: Africa , Tanzania , Dar es Salaam
Employment: Full-Time
Experience: From 10 year(s)
Education: Bachelor
Salary: Negotiable
Employer: SUMATRA
About Company: The Surface and marine Transport Regulatory Authority (SUMATRA) is a Multi-sector regulatory agency established by The Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority Act 2001 (173.38 kB). The Act came into force on 20th August 2004.
Email: info@sumatra.co.tz
Phone: N/A
File: Download
Requirements
University Postgraduate Degree in Civil Engineering or its equivalent;
Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering or its equivalent;
At least ten (10) years of working experience, three (3) years of which must be at supervisory level in a
reputable institution;
Registration with Engineers Registration board (ERB) as practicing Professional Engineer;
Applicants with experience on railway infrastructure services, specifically on civil works, will have added
advantage.
Conditions
N/A
Responsibilities
i) To supervise the preparation of Regulations as stipulated in the Railway Act;
ii) To supervise and approve safety plans submitted by railway companies;
iii) To supervise the Audit of safety management plans and systems of railway undertakings;
iv) To supervise the monitoring of safety performance of railway operations with respect to safety plan targets;
v) To keep abreast with worldwide developments in railway safety technologies, techniques and methods so as
to introduce change leading to improved safety effectiveness;
vi) To actively promote a pro-active railway safety culture;
vii) To maintain a level of personal professional training, which ensures the acquisition of the necessary skills take
advantage of on-going technical and business developments;
viii) To prepare, implement and monitor annual plans and budgets of the Department;
ix) To manage the individual set objectives/targets and performance standards as part of the individual
performance agreement in consultation with the Supervisor;
x) To manage the open performance review and appraisal process of subordinates and provide feedback as
appropriate; and
xi) To perform any other duties as may be assigned by the Supervisor from time to time.
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