Advocates for Public international Law Uganda (APILU) Jobs


APILU seeks to recruit a highly motivated, result oriented and dynamic
candidate for the Post of National Co-coordinator based in Kampala. He
or she will report to the Board of Directors.
Duties will include to:
1. Develop and Co-ordianate the implementation of APILU’s
objectives, including assistances in developing strategy litigation
2. Identify and maintain partnership with key individuals and
organizations working on related issues in Uganda.
3. Identify and develop programmes/ and projects in partnership with
Universities and other higher Educational institutions of learning in
fulfillment of APILU objectives
4. Research on law reform and advice the board on effective and
dynamic activities to achieve effective dissemination of information
on Law reform, including drafting op-eds & media activities to assist
the organization achieve its outreach activities.
5. Supervise APILU staff and consultants In Uganda.
6. Coordinate fund raising, budget developments and oversee other
financial matters together with the Finance and Administrative
7. Draft regular reports on the activities and projects of APILU.
8. Organize meetings with government officials and other key stake
holders on issues relating to promotion of the company objectives.
9. Perform other duties that will contribute to APILU’s objectives as may
be assigned by the chairman.
Qualifications and skills.
1. At least a master’s degree in law, international relations,
management or any other related field.
2. A bachelor’s degree in law or related field with specialization in
International criminal law, human rights or humanitarian law.
3. A qualification in ICSA is an added advantage but not a
4. Proven managerial experience in a similar organization with strong
organizational skills and ability to work effectively with minimum
5. Five or more year’s experience of working in areas related to
international law or.
6. Excellent communication skills, observance of public international
law and thus promote wider respect for the rule of law.
7. Fluent knowledge of written and spoken English is a must.
8. Demonstrated experience in personal and project (programmatic
and financial) management. Knowledge OSIEA or any major
donor’s funds management system is an asset.
9. Willingness to travel extensively in Uganda and potentially
10.Excellent computer skills.
11.Honesty and Integrity.
Application process:
An application letter together with a detailed CV and copies of
academic papers and testimonial should be hand delivered or posted to
the address below. Please include your salary expectations.
The Human Resource Committee
Advocates for Public International Law
2nd Floor, Rainbow Arcade, Plot 2C, Kampala Road
P.O Box 9243, Kampala.
Closing date will be 13th November 2010. Only short listed candidates will
be contacted. Successful candidate is expected to start in December


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