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Danish Refugee Council Tanzania Hiring Economic Recovery Officer

Danish Refugee Council Tanzania Hiring Economic Recovery Officer

Employment is a dream for many, but often, the Failure to be called for an Interview can be a significant barrier. Danish Refugee Council Tanzania is stepping up to hiring Economic Recovery Officer who wish to pursue their dreams job at Danish Refugee Council. Here, With substantial opportunity available for all qualified applicants, the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) is inviting applications to fill mentioned vacant below;

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Danish Refugee Council (DRC)

The Danish Refugee Council (DRC), which was established in 1956, is a humanitarian non-governmental non-profit organization that offers direct help to populations impacted by violence in more than 40 countries worldwide, including refugees, internally displaced people (IDPs), and host communities. Since the beginning of the Burundi refugee crisis in 2015, DRC has been carrying out emergency response initiatives in Tanzania in three camps for refugees in the Kigoma Region near the Burundian border. Sectors include Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM), Protection (CBP, PSN, GBV, CP, and Legal), Shelter and Infrastructure, and Economic Recovery are included in DRC’s integrated projects for refugees, asylum seekers, and host communities.

In close coordination with the World Food Program, United Nations High Commission for Refugees, Local Government Authorities, and other partners, the Economic Recovery Officer – Engineer will oversee and manage the smooth design and implementation of activities on asset creation and/or land restoration for increased community resilience against a variety of challenges, including food security, climate change, shocks and stresses, land degradation, and livelihoods. In order to create “asset creation” with community members in specific sites in the Kigoma region, the project method will comprise evaluations, designing, and implementation of various assets that will incorporate earthworks, stonework, and industrial materials. As a result, the engineer must be adaptable enough to operate in several places during the program.


  • Make sure that the DRC meets its obligations with donors to meet the program’s stated objectives in order to be held accountable.
  • Identification, evaluation, design, and implementation of livelihood and environmental programs with an emphasis on soil erosion control through resilient farming practices, preservation and management of water harvesting and storage structures, and restoration of degraded areas, including gully treatment with gabions and checkdams.
  • Contribute to the development, planning, execution, oversight, and reporting of the DRC’s economic recovery program.
  • Ensure that the actors and/or beneficiaries involved in the activities are properly documented.
  • Make routine field or onsite visits to guarantee technical assistance for asset generation and appropriate oversight of the operations being carried out in the operational region.
  • Create daily, weekly, and monthly progress reports in accordance with the manager’s and team leaders’ instructions.


  • A university degree, an advanced diploma, or postgraduate work in agricultural engineering, irrigation and water resource engineering, or similar subjects.
  • At least two years of relevant work experience in climate resilience assessments, design, and implementation of projects including building livestock dams and irrigation systems using rainwater harvesting techniques, applying techniques to boost agricultural productivity through climate resilient farming practices like terracing, digging trenches and ridges, building irrigation canals and related projects, and restoring landscapes through gully treatment, soil erosion control, irrigation, integrated watershed management, and related fields.
  • Good knowledge of how farming systems, natural resources, land degradation, and food security and livelihoods are affected by climate change.
  • Knowledge of various environmental issues, patterns, and ongoing national and international initiatives for

Ensuring parity in prospects Our goal is to provide a respectful, inclusive workplace where all staff members feel valued and supported. Without regard to any characteristic, including gender identity, sexual orientation, age, ability, ethnicity, nationality, religion, or marital status, all applicants are given equal consideration for employment. At DRC, we value diversity and accept our staff members for who they are as individuals as well as their distinctive backgrounds, experiences, and viewpoints. Everyone who is interested is encouraged to apply.

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Application Process

The deadline for submitting job applications is 17th May, 2024;

All applications must be submitted through the DRC Recruitment Portal at and then search at Region titled “Africa” for any new positions.

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