The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation has received vacancy announcement from the Southern Africa Development Community Secretariat (SADC) inviting qualified Tanzanians to apply for the post of Secretary to the SADC Administrative Tribunal (SADCAT) to its Tribunal. The interested Tanzanians are required to present their application letters at the Permanent Secretary President’s Office-Public Services Management before 17 June 2016.
The Southern Africa Development Community Secretariat (SADC) is seeking to recruit highly motivated and experienced professionals who are citizens of Member States of the SADC to fill the position of Secretary to the SADC Administrative Tribunal (SADCAT) to its Tribunal.
Reporting to the President of SADCAT the incumbent will have the following specific duties and responsibilities:
ii. Analyze cases and appeals brought before the SADCAT and provide written technical advice where requested by the President for their consideration at proceedings before the SADCAT;
iii. Provide assistance and guidance to the SADCAT on procedural issues;
iv. Function as custodian of all legal records and documentation pertaining to the work of the SADCAT;
v. Publish annual Reports containing summarized information on the number and nature of cases heard before the SADCAT;
vi. Transmit dossiers and other documentation to Judges relating to cases referred to them;
vii. Receive applications instituting proceedings submitted to the SADCAT and related documentation of the case;
viii. Receive responses to applications and transmit them to Staff members;
ix. Ensure all applications are properly filed in accordance with the Rules of Procedure of SADCAT;
x. Make all notifications required in connection with cases before the SADCAT;
xi. Prepare a dossier for each case recording all actions taken in connection with the case; the dates thereof, and the dates on which any document or notification forming part of the procedure are received in or dispatched from the Secretary’s office;
xii. Prepare documents recording the outcome of the SADCAT’s proceedings. Attend hearings and meetings of SADCAT as may be instructed by the President;
xiii. Prepare and keep the minutes of these hearings and meetings as may be instructed by the President;
xiv. Perform the functions entrusted to the Secretary by the Rules; and
xv. Carry out any other tasks assigned by the President.
Issued by: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation, Dar es Salaam.