Kisarawe District Council is one of 8 districts in Coast Region which situated between latitude 60 500 and 350 and between longitude 380 150E and 390 300E. It borders Mkuranga District in the East and Morogoro district in the West and Ilala Municipal of Dar es Salaam City to the Northeast, Kibaha District to the North and Rufiji District to the South. The district covers an area of 4,464 sq.km. The Council is comprised of 13 departments namely Administration, Primary Education, Secondary Education, Water, Health, Works, Finance, Planning, Community Development, Agriculture, Livestock, Environment and Sanitation, Lands and natural resources. There are six sections which include ICT, Election, and Legal, Procurement, Bee keeping and internal audit. The district is also made up of four Administrative Divisions namely Mzenga, Chole, Sungwi and Maneromango which comprise of 17 Wards with registered 66 village and 235 hamlets. According to 2012 census the district is having a total population of 101,598 male 50,631and female 50,967 with the average growth rate of 2.1% and the average household size is 4 people. Agriculture sector employs almost 95% of the people of Kisarawe.
NEW VACANCIES AT KISARAWE DISTRICT COUNCIL, APRIL 2023
The executive director of the council is inviting applications from Tanzanians to apply for new vacancies. READ FULL DETAILS THROUGH THE PDF DOCUMENT BELOW: