Public Servant Salary Scales Tanzania | Madaraja na Viwango vya Mishahara Serikalini

/ Public Servant Salary Scales – Tanzania / Madaraja na Viwango vya Mishahara Serikalini / Salary Scales Tanzania / Mishahara ya Serikalini /

The Public Service Commission (PSC) is established under the Public Service Act No. 8 of 2002 (hereinafter referred to as the “Act”), and became operational on 7th January, 2004.

The establishment of the PSC is amongst the efforts to implement the Public Service Management and Employment Policy of 1998 (revised 2008) and Public Service Act No. 8 of 2002 as amended in 2007.

The main responsibility of the PSC is to ensure that Appointing and Disciplinary Authorities in the Public Service comply with HR Rules, regulations and procedures when performing their duties and to receive and act on appeals from the decisions of other public bodies and disciplinary authorities.

In implementing the above policy framework, Public Service institutions are to adopt Management and employment policy principles which will enable them to make the best use of scarce Human Resources through efficient and effective recruitment, promotion and discipline their staff, among others.

The Public Service Commission shall have stronger and more independent role in safeguarding the common principles and standards that underpin this policy.

The PSC has replaced three (3) Service Commissions, each being responsible for a particular Service, namely:
The Teachers’ Service Commission
The Local Government Service Commission
The Civil Service Commission

How much money does a person working in Tanzania make?

A person working in Tanzania typically earns around 1,260,000 TZS per month. Salaries range from 319,000 TZS (lowest average) to 5,640,000 TZS (highest average, actual maximum salary is higher).

This is the average monthly salary including housing, transport, and other benefits. Salaries vary drastically between different careers. If you are interested in the salary of a particular job, see below for salaries for specific job titles.

The median, the maximum, the minimum, and the range

Salary Range: Public Servant Salary Scales – Tanzania
Salaries in Tanzania range from 319,000 TZS per month (minimum salary) to 5,640,000 TZS per month (maximum average salary, actual maximum is higher).

Median Salary: Public Servant Salary Scales – Tanzania
The median salary is 1,310,000 TZS per month, which means that half (50%) of the population are earning less than 1,310,000 TZS while the other half are earning more than 1,310,000 TZS. The median represents the middle salary value. Generally speaking, you would want to be on the right side of the graph with the group earning more than the median salary.

Percentiles: Public Servant Salary Scales – Tanzania
Closely related to the median are two values: the 25th and the 75th percentiles. Reading from the salary distribution diagram, 25% of the population are earning less than 735,000 TZS while 75% of them are earning more than 735,000 TZS. Also from the diagram, 75% of the population are earning less than 3,610,000 TZS while 25% are earning more than 3,610,000 TZS.


What is the difference between the median and the average salary?
Both are indicators. If your salary is higher than both of the average and the median then you are doing very well. If your salary is lower than both, then many people are earning more than you and there is plenty of room for improvement.

If your wage is between the average and the median, then things can be a bit complicated. We wrote a guide to explain all about the different scenarios. How to compare your salary

The experience level is the most important factor in determining the salary. Naturally the more years of experience the higher the wage.

Generally speaking, employees having experience from two to five years earn on average 32% more than freshers and juniors across all industries and disciplines.

Professionals with experience of more than five years tend to earn on average 36% more than those with five years or less of work experience.

Change in salary based on experience varies drastically from one location to another and depends hugely on the career field as well. The data displayed here is the combined average of many different jobs. To view accurate figures, choose a specific job title.

As you hit the ten years mark, the salary increases by 21% and an additional 14% for those who have crossed the 15 years mark.

Those figures are presented as guidelines only. The numbers become more significant if you consider one job title at a time.

It is well known that higher education equals a bigger salary, but how much more money can a degree add to your income? We compared the salaries of professionals at the same level but with different college degrees levels across many jobs, below are our findings.

Change in salary based on education varies drastically from one location to another and depends hugely on the career field as well. The data displayed here is the combined average of multiple jobs. To view accurate figures, choose a specific job title.

Workers with a certificate or diploma earn on average 17% more than their peers who only reached the high school level.

Employees who earned a Bachelor’s Degree earn 24% more than those who only managed to attain a cerificate or diploma.

Professionals who attained a Master’s Degree are awarded salaries that are 29% more than those with a Bachelor’s Degree.

Finally, PhD holders earn 23% more than Master’s Degree holders on average while doing the same job.


Is a Master’s degree or an MBA worth it? Should you pursue higher education?
A Master’s degree program or any post-graduate program in Tanzania costs anywhere from 6,310,000 Tanzanian Shilling(s) to 18,900,000 Tanzanian Shilling(s) and lasts approximately two years. That is quite an investment.

You can’t really expect any salary increases during the study period, assuming you already have a job. In most cases, a salary review is conducted once education is completed and the degree has been attained.

Many people pursue higher education as a tactic to switch into a higher paying job. The numbers seem to support this tactic. The average increase in compensation while changing jobs is approximately 10% more than the customary salary increment.

The decision really depends on your situation and experience among many other factors. Putting all variables aside, if you can afford the costs of higher education then the return on investment is definitely worth it. You should be able to recover the costs in roughly a year or so.Read more here…



Revised pay scales with effect from 2014 for General Service grades.

In 2014 , the Government implemented new Salary Scales, The Tanzania civil service has a common pay and grading system. This means that all departments and offices have the same approach to grading, with pay levels in respect of each grade determined centrally.


TGOS A 1. (Sh240,000), TGOS A 2. (Sh245,600), TGOS A 3. (Sh251,200), TGOS A 4. (Sh256,800), TGOS A 5. (Sh262,400), TGOS A 6. (Sh268,000), TGOS A 7.(Sh272,000), TGOS A 8(Sh279,000), TGOS A 9.(Sh284,800), TGOS A 10(Sh290,400), TGOS A 11(Sh296,000), TGOS A 12(Sh301,600), TGOS A 13(Sh 307,200), TGOS A 14(Sh312,800), TGOS A 15(Sh 318,400), TGOS A 16(Sh324,000), TGOS A 17(Sh329,600) na TGOS A 18(Sh335,200).


TGOS B 1. (Sh347,000), TGOS B 2. (Sh356,500) TGOS B 3 . (Sh366,000), TGOS B 4 . (Sh375,500), TGOS B 5. (Sh385,000), TGOS B 6. (Sh394,500), TGOS B 7. (Sh404,000), TGOS B 8. (Sh413,500), TGOS B 9. (Sh423,000), TGOS B 10. (Sh432,500), TGOS B 11 . (Sh442,000) na TGOS B 12. (Sh451,500)TGOS C


(Sh471,000), TGOS C 2 . (Sh482,000), TGOS C 3 . (Sh493,000), TGOS C 4. (Sh504,000), TGOS C 5. (Sh515,000), TGOS C 6. (Sh526,000), TGOS C 7. (Sh537,000), TGOS C 8. (Sh548,000), TGOS C 9. (Sh559,000), TGOS C 10. (Sh570,000), TGOS C 11. (Sh581,000) na TGOS C 12. (Sh592,000).


Watumshi wa serikali wenye taaluma mbalimbali

TGS A 1. (Sh249,000), TGS A 2. (Sh255,600), TGS A 3. (Sh262,200 ), TGS A 4. (Sh268,800 ), TGS A 5. (Sh275,400), TGS A 6. (Sh282,000), TGS A 7. (Sh288,600 ), na TGS A 8. (Sh295,200).


TGS B 1. (Sh311,000), TGS B 2. (Sh319,500), TGSB 3. (Sh328,000), TGS B 4. (Sh336,500), TGS B 5. (Sh345,000), TGS B 6. (Sh353,500), TGS B 7. (Sh362,000), TGS B 8. (Sh370,000), TGS B 9. (Sh379,000) na TGS B 10. (Sh 387,500).


TGS C 1. (Sh410,000), TGS C 2. (Sh420,000), TGS C 3. (Sh430,000), TGS C 4. (Sh440,000), TGS C 5. (Sh450,000), TGS C 6. (Sh460,000), TGS C 7. (Sh470,000) na TGS C 8. (Sh480,000). TGS C 9. (Sh490,000), TGS C 10. (Sh500,000), TGS C 11. (Sh510,000), TGS C 12. (Sh520,000).


TGS D 1. (Sh567,000), TGS D 2. (Sh578,500), TGS D 3. (Sh590,000), TGS D 4. (Sh601,500), TGS D 5. (Sh613,000), TGS D 6. (Sh 624,500), TGS D 7. (Sh636,000), TGS D 8. (Sh647,500), TGS D 9. (Sh659,000), TGS D 10. (Sh 670,500), TGS D 11. (Sh 682,000),na TGS D 12. (Sh 693,500).


TGS E 1. (Sh751,000), TGS E 2. (Sh766,500), TGS E 3. (Sh782,000), TGS E 4. (Sh797,500), TGS E 5. (Sh813,000), TGS E 6. (Sh828,500), TGS E 7. (Sh844,000), TGS E 8. (Sh859,500), TGS E 9. (Sh875,000), TGS E 10. (Sh890,500), TGS E 11. (Sh906,000), na TGS E 12. (Sh912,500).


TGS F 1. (Sh1,003,000 ), TGS F 2. (Sh 1,022,400), TGS F 3. (Sh 1,044,800), TGS F 4. (Sh1,061,200), TGS F 5. (Sh 1,080,600), TGS F 6. (Sh1,100,000), TGS F 7. (Sh1,119,400), TGS F 8. (Sh 1,138,800), TGS F 9. (Sh 1,158,200), TGS F 10. (Sh1,177,600), na TGS F 11. (Sh 1,197,000) TGS F 12. (Sh 1,216,400).


TGS G 1. (Sh 1,299,000), TGS G 2. (Sh 1,324,500), TGS G 3. (Sh 1,350,000), TGS G 4. (Sh 1,375,500), TGS G 5. (Sh 1,401,000), TGS G 6. (Sh 1,426,500), TGS G 7. (Sh 1,452,000), TGS G 8. (Sh 1, 477,500), TGS G 9. (Sh 1,503,000), TGS G 10. (Sh 1,528,500), TGS G 11. (Sh 1,554,000), na TGS G 12. (Sh 1,579,500).


TGS H 1. (Sh 1,672,000), TGS H 2. (Sh 1,722,000), TGS H 3. (Sh 1,772,000), TGS H 4. (Sh 1,822,000), TGS H 5. (Sh 1,872,000), TGS H 6. (Sh 1,922,000), TGS H 7. (Sh 1,972,000), TGS H 8. (Sh 2,022,000), TGS H 9. (Sh2,072,000), TGS H 10. (Sh 2,122,000), TGS H 11. (Sh 2,172,000) na TGS H 12. (Sh 2,222,000).


TGS I-1. (Sh2,317,000), TGS I-2.(Sh 2,413,000), TGS I-3. (Sh 2,509,000) na TGS I-4.(Sh 2,605,000).

TGHS I (Sh 2,800,000).


TGHS J (Sh 2,900,000)TGHS K


(Sh 3,100,000)


TGHS L (Sh 3,400,000)


Watumishi wa Mahakama


TJS 1.1. (Sh 510,000), TJS 1.2. (Sh 535,000), TJS 1.3. (Sh 560,000), TJS 1.4. (Sh 585,000), TJS 1.5. (Sh 610,000), na TJS 1.6. (Sh 635,000) na TJS 1.7. (Sh 660,000).


TJS 2.1. (Sh 770,000), TJS 2.3. (Sh 805,000), TJS 2.3. (Sh 840,000), TJS 2.4. (Sh 875,000), TJS 2.5. (Sh 910,000), TJS 2.6. (Sh 945,000), na TJS 2.7. (Sh 980,000).


TJS 3.1. (Sh 1,075,000), TJS 3.2. (Sh 1,115,000), TJS 3.3. (Sh 1,155,000), TJS 3.4. (Sh 1,195,000), TJS 3.5. (Sh 1,235,000), TJS 3.6. (Sh 1,275,000), na TJS 3.7. (Sh 1,315,000).

TJS 4TJS 4.1. (Sh1,420,000), TJS 4.2. (Sh 1,470,000), TJS 4.3. (Sh 1,520,000), TJS 4.4. (Sh 1,570,000), TJS 4.5. (Sh 1,620,000), TJS 4.6. (Sh 1,670,000), na TJS 4.7. (Sh 1,720,000).


TJS 5.1. (Sh 1,805,000), TJS 5.2. (Sh1,875,000), TJS 5.3. (Sh 1,945,000), TJS 5.4. (Sh 2,015,000), TJS 5.5. (Sh 2,085,000), na TJS 5.6. (Sh 2,155,000).


TJS 6.1. (Sh 2,250,000), TJS 6.2. (Sh 2,350,000), TJS 6.3. (Sh 2,450,000), TJS 6.4. (Sh 2,550,000), na TJS 6.5. (Sh 2,650,000).


TJS 7 (Sh 3,560,000)


TJS 8. (Sh 4,050,000)


TJS 9. (Sh 4,480,000)

TJS 10TJS 10 (Sh 4,600,000)


Watumishi wa Ofisi ya Mwanasheria Mkuu wa Serikali


AGCS 1.1. (Sh 360,000), AGCS 1.2. (Sh 380,000), AGCS 1.3. (Sh 400,000), AGCS 1.4. (Sh 420,000), AGCS 1.5. (Sh 440,000), AGCS 1.6. (Sh 460,000), AGCS 1.7 (Sh 480,000).


AGCS 2.1.(Sh 510,000), AGCS 2.2.(Sh 534,700), AGCS 2.3.(Sh 559,000), AGCS 2.4.(Sh 584,100), AGCS 2.5.(Sh 608,800), AGCS 2.6.(Sh 633,500), AGCS 2.7.(Sh 658,200).


AGCS 3.1.(Sh770,000), AGCS 3.2.(Sh 802,000), AGCS 3.3.(Sh 834,000), AGCS 3.4.(Sh 866,000), AGCS 3.5.(Sh 898,000), AGCS 3.6.(Sh 930,000), na AGCS 3.7.(Sh 962,000).


AGCS 4.1.(Sh 1,075,000), AGCS 4.2.(Sh 1,113,000), AGCS 4.3.(Sh 1,151,000), AGCS 4.4.(Sh 1,189,000), AGCS 4.5.(Sh 1,227, 000), AGCS 4.6.(Sh 1,265,000), AGCS 4.7.(Sh 1,303,000).


AGCS 5.1.(Sh 1,420,000), AGCS 5.2.(Sh 1,464,000), AGCS 5.3.(Sh 1,508,000), AGCS 5.4.(Sh 1,552,000), AGCS 5.5.(Sh 1,596,000), AGCS 5.6.(Sh 1640,000), AGCS 5.7.(Sh 1,684,000).AGCS 6

AGCS 6.1.(Sh 1,805,000), AGCS 6.2.(Sh 1,867,000), AGCS 6.3.(Sh 1,929,000), AGCS 6.4.(Sh 1,991,000), AGCS 6.5.(Sh 2,053,000), na AGCS 6.6.(Sh 2,115,000).


AGCS 7.1.(Sh 2,240,000), AGCS 7.2.(Sh 2,329,000), AGCS 7.3.(Sh 2,418,000), AGCS 7.4.(Sh 2,507,000), na AGCS 7.5.(Sh 2,596,000)


AGCS 8(Sh 3,020,000)


AGCS 9(Sh3,560,000)


AGCS 10 (Sh 4,230,000)


AGCS 11(Sh 4,485,000)AGCS 12

AGCS 12 (Sh 5,000,000)


AGCS 13(Sh 5,580,000)


Wafanyakazi wanaofanya utafiti wa kilimo na mifugo


TGRS A 1. (Sh 916,000), TGRS A 2. (Sh926,500), TGRS A 3. (Sh 937,000), TGRS A 4. (Sh 947,500), TGRS A 5. (Sh 958,000), TGRS A 6. (Sh 968,500), TGRS A 7. (Sh 979,000), na TGRS A 8. (Sh 989,500).


TGRS B 1. (Sh 1,060,000), TGRS B 2. (Sh 1,072,700), TGRS B 3. (Sh 1,085,400), TGRS B 4. (Sh 1,098,100), TGRS B 5. (Sh 1,110,800), TGRS B 6. (Sh 1,123,500), TGRS B 7. (Sh 1,136,200), na TGRS B 8. (Sh 1,148,900).


TGRS C 1. (Sh 1,252,000), TGRS C 2. (Sh 1,268,400), TGRS C 3. (Sh 1,284,800), TGRS C 4. (Sh 1,301,200), TGRS C 5. (Sh 1,317,600), TGRS C 6. (Sh 1,334,000),TGRS C 7. (Sh 1,350,400), na TGRS C 8. (Sh 1,366,800).

TGRS DTGRS D 1. (Sh 1,473,000),TGRS D 2. (Sh 1,495,000), TGRS D 3. (Sh 1,517,000), TGRS D 4. (Sh 1,539,000), TGRS D 5. (Sh 1,561,000), TGRS D 6. (Sh 1,583,000), TGRS D 7. (Sh 1,605,000), na TGRS D 8. (Sh 1,627,000).


TGRS E 1. (Sh 1,736,000), TGRS E 2. (Sh 1,774,500), TGRS E 3. (Sh 1,813,000), TGRS E 4. (Sh 1,851,500), TGRS E 5. (Sh 1,890,000), TGRS E 6. (Sh 1,928,500), TGRS E 7. (Sh 1,967,000), na TGRS E 8. (Sh 2,005,500).


TGRS F 1. (Sh 1,114,000), TGRS F 2. (Sh 2,183,000), TGRS F 3. (Sh 2,252,000), na TGRS F 4. (Sh 2,321,000).


TGRS G 1. (Sh 2,440,000), TGRS G 2. (Sh 2,522,000), na TGRS G 3. (Sh 2,604,000).


TGRS H (Sh 2,950,000)


TGRS I (Sh 3,100,000)


Wafanyakazi Ofisi ya Bunge kada ya masharti (operational service)


PSOS A.1. (Sh 240,000), PSOS A.2. (Sh 245,600), PSOS A.3. (Sh 251,200), PSOS A.4. (Sh 256,800),PSOS A.5. (Sh 262,400), PSOS A.6. (Sh 268,000), PSOS A.7. (Sh 273,500), PSOS A.8. (Sh 279,200), PSOS A.9. (Sh 284,800), PSOS A.10. (Sh 290,400), PSOS A.11. (Sh 296,000), PSOS A.12. (Sh 301,600),PSOS A.13. (Sh 307,200), PSOS A.14. (Sh 312,800), PSOS A.15. (Sh 318,400), PSOS A.16. (Sh324,000), PSOS A.17. (Sh 329,600), na PSOS A.18. (Sh 335,200).


PSOS B.1. (Sh 347,000), PSOS B.2. (Sh 356,500), PSOS B.3. (Sh 366,000), PSOS B.4. (Sh 375,500),PSOS B.5. (Sh 385,000), PSOS B.6. (Sh 394,500), PSOS B.7. (Sh 404,000), PSOS B.8. (Sh 413,500), PSOS B.9. (Sh 423,000), PSOS B.10. (Sh 432,500), PSOS B.11. (Sh 442,000), na PSOS B.12. (Sh 451,500).


PSOS C.1. (Sh 471,000), PSOS C.2. (Sh 482,000),PSOS C.3. (Sh 493,000), PSOS C.4. (Sh 504,000), PSOS C.5. (Sh 515,000), PSOS C.6. (Sh 526,000), PSOS C.7. (Sh537,000), PSOS C.8. (Sh 548,000), PSOS C.9. (Sh 559,000), PSOS C.10. (Sh 570,000), PSOS C.11. (Sh 581,000), na PSOS C.12. (Sh 592,000).


Wafanyakazi wenye taaluma mbalimbali Ofisi za Bunge


PSS A. 1. (Sh 249,000), PSS A. 2. (Sh 255,600), PSS A. 3. (Sh 262,200), PSS A. 4. (Sh 268,800), PSS A. 5. (Sh 275,400), PSS A. 6. (Sh 282,000), PSS A. 7. (Sh 288,600), na PSS A. 8. (Sh 295,200).


PSS B. 1. (Sh 311,000), PSS B. 2. (Sh 319,500), PSS B. 3. (Sh 328,000), PSS B. 4. (Sh 336,500), PSS B. 5. (Sh 345,000), PSS B. 6. (Sh353,500), PSS B. 7. (Sh 362,000), PSS B. 8. (Sh 370,500), PSS B. 9. (Sh 379,000), na PSS B. 10. (Sh387,500).

PSS CPSS C. 1. (Sh 410,000), PSS C. 2. (Sh 420,000), PSS C. 3. (Sh 430,000), PSS C. 4. (Sh 440,000), PSS C. 5. (Sh 450,000), PSS C. 6. (Sh 460,000), PSS C. 7. (Sh 470,000), PSS C. 8. (Sh 480,000), PSS C. 9. (Sh 490,000), PSS C. 10. (Sh 500,000), PSS C. 11. (Sh 510,000), na PSS C. 12. (Sh 520,000).


PSS D. 1. (Sh 567,000),PSS D. 2.(Sh 578,500),PSS D. 3. (Sh 590,000),PSS D. 4. (Sh 601,500),PSS D. 5. (Sh 613,000),PSS D. 6. (Sh 624,000),PSS D. 7. (Sh 636,000),PSS D. 8. (Sh 647,500),PSS D. 9. (Sh 659,000),PSS D. 10. (Sh 670,500),PSS D. 11. (Sh 682,000), na PSS D. 12. (Sh 693,500).


PSS E. 1. (Sh751,000),PSS E. 2. (Sh 766,500),PSS E. 3. (Sh 782,000),PSS E. 4. (Sh 797,500),PSS E. 5. (Sh 813,000),PSS E. 6. (Sh 828,500),PSS E. 7. (Sh 844,000),PSS E. 8. (Sh 858,500),PSS E. 9. (Sh 875,000),PSS E. 10. (Sh 890,500),PSS E. 11. (Sh 906,000),na PSS E. 12. (Sh 912,500).


PSS F. 1. (Sh 1,003,000),PSS F. 2. (Sh 1,022,000),PSS F. 3. (Sh 1,041,800),PSS F. 4. (Sh 1,061,200),PSS F. 5. (Sh 1,080,600),PSS F. 6. (Sh 1,100,000),PSS F. 7. (Sh 1,119,400),PSS F. 8. (Sh 1,138,800),PSS F. 9. (Sh 1,158,200),PSS F. 10. (Sh 1,177,600),PSS F. 11. (Sh 1,197,000),na PSS F. 12. (Sh 1,216,400).


PSS G. 1. (Sh 1,299,000),PSS G. 2. (Sh 1,324,500),PSS G. 3. (Sh 1,350,000),PSS G. 4. (Sh 1,375,500),PSS G. 5. (Sh 1,401,000),PSS G. 6. (Sh 1,426,500),PSS G. 7. (Sh 1,452,000),PSS G. 8. (Sh 1,477,500),PSS G. 9. (Sh 1,503,000),PSS G. 10. (Sh 1,528,500),PSS G. 11. (Sh 1,554,000),na PSS G. 12. (Sh 1,579,500).


PSS H. 1. (Sh 1,672,000),PSS H. 2. (Sh 1,722,000),PSS H. 3. (Sh 1,772,000),PSS H. 4. (Sh 1,822,000),PSS H. 5. (Sh 1,872,000),PSS H. 6. (Sh 1,922,000),PSS H. 7. (Sh 1,972,000),PSS H. 8. (Sh 2,022,000),PSS H. 9. (Sh 2,072,000),PSS H. 10. (Sh 2,122,000),PSS H. 11. (Sh 2,172,000),na PSS H. 12. (Sh 2,222,000).

PSS IPSS I. 1. (Sh 2,317,000),PSS I. 2. (Sh 2,413,000),PSS I. 3. (Sh 2,509,000),na PSS I. 4. (Sh 2,605,000).


PSS J (Sh 2,800,000)


PSS K (Sh 2,900,000)


PSS L (Sh 3,100,000)


Wafanyakazi wa kada ya Wakaguzi katika Ofisi ya Taifa ya Ukaguzi wa Hesabu za Serikali (SAIS)


SAIS A.1. (Sh 249,000), SAIS A.2. (Sh 255,600), SAIS A.3. (Sh 262,200),SAIS A.4. (Sh 268,800), SAIS A.5. (Sh 275,400), SAIS A.6. (Sh 282,000), SAIS A.7. (Sh 288,600), na SAIS A.8. (Sh 295,200)


SAIS B.1. (Sh 311,000), SAIS B.2. (Sh 319,500), SAIS B.3. (Sh 328,000), SAIS B.4. (Sh 336,500), SAIS B.5. (Sh 345,000), SAIS B.6. (Sh 353,500), SAIS B.7. (Sh 362,000), SAIS B.8. (Sh 370,500), SAIS B.9. (Sh 379,000), na SAIS B.10. (Sh 387,500).SAIS C

SAIS C.1. (Sh 410,000), SAIS C.2. (Sh 420,000), SAIS C.3. (Sh 430,000), SAIS C.4. (Sh 440,000), SAIS C.5. (Sh 450,000), SAIS C.6. (Sh 460,000), SAIS C.7. (Sh 470,000), SAIS C.8. (Sh 480,000), SAIS C.9. (Sh 490,000), na SAIS C.10. (Sh 500,000),SAIS C.1.1 (Sh510,000), na SAIS C.12. (Sh 520,000).


SAIS D.1. (Sh567,000), SAIS D.2. (Sh 578,500),SAIS D.3. (Sh 590,000),SAIS D.4. (Sh 601,500),SAIS D.5. (Sh 613,000),SAIS D.6. (Sh 624,500),SAIS D.7. (Sh 636,000),SAIS D.8. (Sh 647,500),SAIS D.9. (Sh 659,000),SAIS D.10. (Sh 670,500),SAIS D.11. (Sh 682,000),SAIS D.12. (Sh 693,500).


SAIS E.1. (Sh 751,000),SAIS E.2. (Sh 766,500),SAIS E.3. (Sh 782,000),SAIS E.4. (Sh 797,500),SAIS E.5. (Sh 813,000),SAIS E.6. (Sh 828,000),SAIS E.7. (Sh 844,000),SAIS E.8. (Sh 859,500),SAIS E.9. (Sh 875,000),SAIS E.10. (Sh 890,500),SAIS E.11. (Sh 906,000),na SAIS E.12. (Sh 912,500).


SAIS F.1. (Sh1,003,000),SAIS F.2. (Sh 1,022,400),SAIS F.3. (Sh 1,041,800),SAIS F.4. (Sh 1,061,200),SAIS F.5. (Sh 1,080,600),SAIS F.6. (Sh 1,100,000),SAIS F.7. (Sh 1,119,400),SAIS F.8. (Sh 1,188,800),SAIS F.9. (Sh 1,158,200),SAIS F.10. (Sh 1,177,600),SAIS F.11. (Sh 1,197,000), na SAIS F.12. (Sh 1,216,400).


SAIS G.1. (Sh1,299,000),SAIS G.2. (Sh 1,324,500),SAIS G.3. (Sh 1,350,000),SAIS G.4. (Sh 1,375,500),SAIS G.5. (Sh 1,401,000),SAIS G.6. (Sh 1,426,500),SAIS G.7. (Sh 1,452,000),SAIS G.8. (Sh 1,477,500),SAIS G.9. (Sh 1,503,000),SAIS G.10. (Sh 1,528,000),SAIS G.11. (Sh 1,554,000),na SAIS G.12. (Sh 1,579,000).


SAIS G.1. (Sh 1,672,000),SAIS G.2. (Sh 1,722,000),SAIS G.3. (Sh 1,772,000),SAIS G.4. (Sh 1,822,000),SAIS G.5. (Sh 1,872,000),SAIS G.6. (Sh 1,922,000),SAIS G.7. (Sh 1,972,000)
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Public Servant Salary Scales – Tanzania is regulated by The Public Service Commission of Tanzania which is an Independent Department in the President’s Office established under Section 9(1) of the Public Service Act No.8 of 2002.

The PSC was established as a part of the Public Service Reforms which were taking place in the country. Its establishment aimed at unifying the Public Service in terms of employment procedures, rights, status and benefits.

The purpose behind the establishment of the PSC was to improve Performance Management Systems in service delivery as spelt out in the Tanzania Public Service Management and Employment Policy of 1999 as revised in 2008.

The PSC became operational in January, 2004 and its main function, apart from receiving and acting on appeals, is to ensure that employers, appointing and disciplinary authorities in the Public Services comply with the laws, regulations and procedures when discharging their statutory powers relating to the Service.

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