How to Apply for PCCB Job Vacancies in 2024

Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding career in the anti-corruption sector?

Do you have the skills, qualifications, and integrity to join the Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB) in Tanzania?

If yes, then this blog post is about PCCB Job Vacancies and it is for you.

PCCB is the leading agency in Tanzania that is mandated to prevent, investigate, and prosecute corruption cases.

PCCB also educates and mobilizes the public to fight against corruption and promote good governance. PCCB has offices in all regions and districts of Tanzania, as well as in Zanzibar.

PCCB Job Vacancies 2024

In February 2024, PCCB announced 350 PCCB Job Vacancies vacant posts in its district offices, for the positions of Investigation Officers II (250 posts) and Assistant Investigators III (100 posts).

These posts are open to qualified Tanzanians who meet the following requirements:

Investigation Officers II

  • Applicants should possess a year Advanced Diploma or Undergraduate degree from a recognized learning institutions in any of the following fields: Civil Engineering, Building Economics/Quantity Surveyor, Electrical Engineering, Water Engineering, Highway Engineering, Architecture, Computer science, Statistics, Law, Accountancy, Economics, Planning, Cyber Security, Tax, Procurement, Actuarial Science, Psychology & Guidance and Counselling.
  • Applicants should have a minimum pass of lower second class.
  • Applicants should have a good working knowledge of IT and computer-related applications.
  • Applicants who are registered by respective Professional Board(s) will be highly considered.
  • All applicants must be citizens of Tanzania and not above 30 years old.

Assistant Investigators III

  • Applicants should possess a Certificate of Secondary (CSE), Basic Technician certificate, or Diploma from a recognized learning institution in one of the following categories: National Service’s programs with Security Skills, Motor Vehicle Mechanics, Panel Beating and Spray Painting, Automotive Electronics (NVA/NTA level 3 – 4) and Driving skills, Customer Service/Office Assistant, Assistant Accountant, Secretarial Studies
  • All applicants must be citizens of Tanzania of a minimum age of 18 years old and not above 25 years old.

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General Requirements and Conditions for All Applicants

  • Applicants should be of high integrity with no criminal record.
  • Applicants must attach their detailed relevant certified copies of Academic certificates, National Identity Card (NIDA) or NIDA’s registration number, One recent passport-size picture, and birth certificate.
  • Testimonials, Partial transcripts, and results slips are not accepted.
  • Certificates from Foreign Examination Bodies for Ordinary or Advanced Level should be certified by the National Examination Council of Tanzania (NECTA).
  • Only verified certificates from Foreign Universities by the Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) will be accepted.

How to Apply for PCCB Job Vacancies

  • Applicants should apply online through the PCCB Ajira Portal.
  • Applicants should fill in the application form and upload the required documents.
  • Applicants should submit their applications before the deadline of 28th February 2024.
  • Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for further steps.

Why Work for PCCB

  • PCCB offers a competitive salary and benefits package, as well as opportunities for career development and advancement.
  • PCCB provides a conducive working environment that fosters teamwork, professionalism, and integrity.
  • PCCB enables its staff to contribute to the national vision of eradicating corruption and building a prosperous and ethical society.

If you are interested in joining PCCB, do not hesitate to apply for the available vacancies. 

You can also visit the PCCB website or follow their social media pages for more information and updates.

Remember, corruption is a crime and a threat to national development.

Let us work together to prevent and combat corruption in Tanzania.

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