Tips for a successful military career in Tanzania

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If you are currently looking for a military job, the first thing you should do is to prepare your resume. However, if your experience and skills are not directly related to  military roles, it can be difficult to identify transferable skills to include on your resume.

10 Best Transferable Skills to Include on Your Resume to Apply to the Tanzania Military Jobs

  • Leadership
  • Financial Responsibility
  • Self-Sufficiency
  • Effective Communication
  • Integrity
  • Technology Skills
  • Teamwork
  • Ability to Perform Under Pressure.
  • Quick to Adapt
  • Problem-solving
Steps to transfer civilian skills for the military
  • Link your civilian experience to the military job description
  • Identify your transferrable skills
  • Think about achievements and training
  • Remove irrelevant information
  • Quantify your accomplishments.
Armed Forces professionals are known for their strong work ethic, commitment to excellence, attention to detail, and ability to succeed in a challenging environment, as well as a vast range of transferrable skills and valuable experience.

10 most common military job interview questions in Tanzania
1. What is your greatest strength?
This might seem like a no-brainer question to answer, but be careful. Don't use this as an opportunity to soapbox about how wonderful you are; pick a specific ability or skill that relates to the job you're applying for and talk about it. This is one of the easiest times during an interview to sell yourself, so hit the sweet spot of playing up your strengths without boasting. Describe what your greatest skill is, and then pick two or three examples that depict it in action.

2. What is your greatest weakness?
This question can trip up a lot of people, but not for the reason you might think. While it's never a good idea to let your heart bleed out as you describe your greatest failings in life, this also isn't the time to practice Orwellian doublespeak. The trick is to talk about a genuine work-related weakness, then explain how you handled it. Don't say that your greatest weakness is perfectionism or being too early – those are strengths, and the interviewer won't be impressed. What really stands out is the ability to accurately self-analyze and change accordingly. It shows maturity, insight, and translates well in your work.

3. How do you handle stress and pressure?
Stress and pressure are ubiquitous in the working world. No matter how easy-going your workplace might be, there are always problems, snags, and emergencies that interrupt  plans. They key to answering this question is acknowledging how you overcome personal feelings and solve problems. Whether your first response is to take 60 seconds to breathe and clear your head or write down solutions on a scrap of paper, emphasize your ability to focus on solutions, self-motivate through adversity, and sidestep panic.

4. Describe a difficult work situation or project and how you overcame it.
Similar to answering "how do you handle stress and pressure," this is an opportunity to talk about your problem solving abilities. This question is best answered with a focus on a single example since that's what the question is asking for. Start by setting up the situation, then talk about how you solved it. Cap off your answer with a short and sweet explanation of your thought process, goals, and problem-solving method.

5. How do you evaluate success?
Your answer to this question will tell employers whether or not you fit the office culture and if you would be a motivated employee. It's a broad, nebulous question, but don't let that scare you. Pick a few measures of success that relate to the job you're applying for; success can mean fostering good communication, completing projects ahead of schedule, or finding innovative solutions to certain problems.

6. Why are you leaving or have left your job?
If you left on unfriendly terms with your previous employer, your gut reaction might to be to pick apart every single thing that was wrong with them. Do not, at any time for any reason, do this. Unless you were laid off, focus on your inspired need to find new opportunities. You might want to focus on a different kind of work, or perhaps there wasn't any room to grow at your old company. Whatever the reason, the best answers to this question will focus on personal and professional growth.

7.Why do you want this job?
The answer to this question will be similar to the one above, except instead of explaining why you want to grow, target your answer to the job and company you're applying for. Talk about opportunities the prospective employer will give you and how you will benefit them as a company. No matter the type of job or pay, communicate your interest with specific examples and short plugs about your abilities.

8. Why should we hire you?
Don't just answer this question by saying, "because I'm awesome," or a wordy, detailed version thereof. This is an opportunity to talk about what makes you the right candidate for the position. This requires knowing what the employer is looking for, and then matching your skills and experience to it.

9.What are your goals for the future?
This question hones in on your ambition: an interviewer who asks this wants to know what you're attempting to achieve. Discuss your plans for the future so that your personal ambition benefits the company.

10. Tell me about yourself.
Arguably, this is the broadest possible question an interviewer can ask, so it's important to be prepared. If you're not good at coming up with answers on the fly, then you may begin to ramble and trail off into personal anecdotes. Answer this question by talking about your professional self: what you can do, and what you've accomplished. This is an opportunity to create a well-defined snapshot that will give the employer a good impression.

What are the qualifications to join the Tanzania Army 2022? 
  • Be a Citizen of Tanzania
  • Education and Age
    • Young people with Form Four education, age not more than 28 years
    • Young people with a Form Six education should not be under 18 years of age and not more than 28 years.
    • Undergraduate youth, not older than 30 years.
  • Should Have an Original Birth Certificate
  • should have a valid high school graduation certificate (School Leaving Certificate)
  • should have Original Academic Certificate / Transcript
  • For young people who have completed secondary education in Forms Four and Six should have the following achievements.
    • Form Four Have a pass mark of not less than 32 marks
    • Form Six should pass first to fourth grade.
  • Be healthy, sane and have no tattoos
  • Be disciplined and well behaved and have never been convicted in a court of law and have never been imprisoned.
  • Must not be involved in the use of drugs, marijuana or the like.
  • For those with various sports and Arts talents, the educational qualifications are the same as those mentioned above.
Military Aptitude Tests: Armed Forces Aptitude Tests in Tanzania
The Military aptitude test is actually a series of different psychometric tests, designed to assess everything from your numerical and logical reasoning, to your ability to remember key instructions and follow rules and processes.
The test is timed because being able to work quickly and calmly under pressure is one of the most important skills you can bring to the army. As well as this, you’ll need to show an ability to think logically, solve problems, analyse complex information and think critically.
Once you’ve completed all the tests you’ll be given your final score, which will be used to determine whether you move onto the next stage of the process.

Applicants with the following skills are strongly encouraged to apply;
Forensic Scientists, Carpenters and Joiners, Cartographers, Clinical Officers, Nurses, Draughtsmen, Electrical Assistants, Electronics Technicians, General Fitters, Foreign Languages Experts, Hospitality (Caters, House Keepers, Cooks, Laundry Operators), ICT Experts, Laboratory Technicians, Librarians, Masons, Painters and Sign Writers, Photographers, Plant Mechanics, Pharmacists, Plumbers, Sign Language Interpreters, Sportsmen/women, Tailors, Vehicle Electricians, Veterinary Technicians, Video Editors, Videographers, Welders and Fabricators.

Salaries for soldiers of the Tanzania Immigration Department by rank

Salaries for soldiers of the Tanzania Immigration Department by rank
1Konstebo wa uhamiaji (immigration Constable)TPSW 1
2Koplo Wa uhamiaji(Immigration corporal)TPSW 2
3Sajini wa Uhamiaji(immigration sergeant)TPSW 3
4Stafu Sajini wa Uhamiaji(immigration staff sergeantTPSW 4
5Sajini Meja Wa uhamiaji(immigration Sergeant Major)TPSW 4
4Mkaguzi Msaidizi Wa Uhamiaji (Assistant Inspector of Immigration)TGPSW 1
5Mkaguzi Msaidizi Wa Uhamiaji (Inspector of Immigration)TGPSW 2
6Mrakibu Msaidizi wa uhamiaji(Assistant Superintendent of Immigration)TGPSW 3
7Mrakibu wa uhamiaji(Superintendent of Immigration)TGPSW 4
8Mrakibu Mwandamizi uhamiaji(Senior Superintendent of Immigration)TGPSW 5
9Kamishna msaidizi Uhamiaji(Assistant Commissioner of Immigration)TGPSW 6
10Kamishna msaidizi Mwandamizi Uhamiaji(Senior Assistant Commissioner of Immigration)TGPSW 7
11Naibu Kamishna wa uhamiaji (Deputy Commissioner of Immigration )TGPSW 8


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