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21 New Government Jobs at The Tanzania Tobacco Board (TTB) – Various Transfer Jobs

 


21 New FORM FOUR and Above Government Jobs at The Tanzania Tobacco Board (TTB) - Various Transfer Posts
The Tanzania Tobacco Board (TTB)

This article contain information about Jobs in Tanzania 2023 specifically New Government Job Vacancies at Tanzania Tobacco Board (TTB), 2023. These new jobs at TANZANIA tobacco board announced this march!


Tanzania Tobacco Board (TTB) Job Opportunities
Establishment of TTB
The history of TTB goes back to 1960’s during the then Tanganyika Tobacco Board. In 1970 the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania established the Tobacco Authority of Tanzania (TAT). TAT was transformed in 1984 to become Tanzania Tobacco Processing & Marketing Board (TTP&MB). In 1993 TTP&MB was restructured into Tanzania Tobacco Board (TTB) following partial privatization of the Tobacco Industry which was culminated in 1997 when TTB commercial activities became hived off in total to the private sector. The current TTB came into being after enactment of Tobacco Industry Act No. 24 of 2001 and shall carry out regulatory functions such other activities necessary, advantages or proper for the benefit of tobacco industry.


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Vision

Excellence in provision of regulatory, advisory and promotional services for the tobacco industry.
Mission

The mission of the Board is to render timely and quality services to tobacco growers and tobacco traders in terms of registration, technical backstopping, and facilitation of private sector contribution in the tobacco industry for enhanced and sustainable growth for the sector’s and country’s benefits.



In 1970 the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania established the Tanzania Tobacco Authority (TAT). TAT was changed in 1984 to the Tanzania Tobacco Processing and Marketing Board. In 1993 the Tanzania Tobacco Processing and Marketing Board was reformed into the Tanzania Tobacco Board (TTB) following the privatization of the tobacco industry which culminated in 1997 when the activities of the Tobacco Board were funded by the Government. The current board is the result of the Tobacco Industry Law No. 24 of 2001, and its amendment in 2009.



So how to apply for this opportunity of  New Government Job Vacancies at Tanzania Tobacco Board (TTB), 2023! 

Check the description of these New Government Jobs at Tanzania Tobacco Board (TTB)  by Following the link below to download PDF Files for full internships advert:

The board is inviting applications from qualified and competent individuals to fill new transfer vacancies…..
Position: Various Posts (21 POSITIONS)
Deadline: 06th April, 2023.
DOWNLOAD PDF FILE HERE!

Tanzania Tobacco Board (TTB)
The Tanzania Tobacco Board (TTB) is a tobacco control body established under the tobacco industry law no. 24 of 2001 (as amended by the Crops (Amendment) Act No. 20 of 2009).

Providing timely and quality services to farmers and tobacco traders in terms of registration, professional advice and facilitating the contribution of the private sector in the tobacco sector for better and sustainable growth for the benefit of the sector and the country. The history of the Tobacco Board goes back to the 1960s when the Government established the Tanganyika Tobacco Board.


In 1970 the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania established the Tanzania Tobacco Authority (TAT). TAT was changed in 1984 to the Tanzania Tobacco Processing and Marketing Board. In 1993 the Tanzania Tobacco Processing and Marketing Board was reformed into the Tanzania Tobacco Board (TTB) following the privatization of the tobacco industry which culminated in 1997 when the activities of the Tobacco Board were funded by the Government. The current board is the result of the Tobacco Industry Law No. 24 of 2001, and its amendment in 2009
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