United Republic of Tanzania

Tanzania Employment Services Agency (TaESA)

Prime Minister's Office Labour,Employment,Youth and People with Disability


TaESA staff in a group photo with the Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office - Policy, Parliamentary Affairs, Labour, Employment, Youth and Persons with Disability, Hon.

Job Search and Internship Opportunities

Graduates registering for job and internship opportunities at TaESA’s  Zone office in Dar es salaam.

Placement Services

These services include registration and preliminary interview to jobseekers, job development (employers’ contacts and visitation), job matching (matching job seekers skills with employers’ job requirements) and referral of job seekers to relevant employment opportunities.

Labour Market Information

Maafisa wa Wakala wa Huduma za Ajira Tanzania (TaESA) wakiwa katika picha ya pamoja na baadhi ya wanachuo wa Mbeya University of Science and Technology wakati wa mafunzo ya "Job Search Workshop" yaliyofanyika mwezi Januari, 2019 Mkoani Mbeya.

Employment Counceling

This Service is provided to all jobseekers/employers regardless their economic means. The responsible officers normally use verbal means eg. Face to face communication.

Cross border placement services

These services include the following:-Sourcing and securing employment opportunities for Tanzanian abroad in the Diaspora,Facilitation of the recruitment of suitably qualified Tanzanian working or studying abroad to fill skill gaps in Tanzania,Approve employment contracts for Tanzanians who have

Vocational Guidance

Vocational guidance service has been offered to jobseekers for the purpose of helping them to develop and accept an integrated and adequate picture of themselves and their role in the world of work.




Welcome to Tanzania Employment Services Agency (TaESA) Website. TaESA is an Executive Agency under Prime Minister's Office Labour,Employment,Youth and People With Disability   established under the Executive Agency’s Act, Cap 245 R.E .2002. It was established in the spirit of the government in converting some of its departments and units into executive agencies for the purpose of improving the delivery of public services, creating an environment conducive to efficient and effective management, improving the quality of employment services.