Drivers- Driving Jobs in Government of Uganda, Ministry of Gender and labour

Position: Drivers
Location: Kyenjojo, Kiboga and Kaberamaido districts

Qualifications:
• A minimum of a Diploma with at least 5 years experience
• Possess a valid driving permit
• Not more than 45 years old
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New Government Jobs in Uganda

Position: District SAGE MIS Officers
Location: Kyenjojo,Kaberamaido and Kiboga Districts

The successful candidates wilt work in partnership with Kyenjojo, Kaberamaido and Kiboga district authorities to support implementation of the SAGE cash transfer scheme. Post holders will be responsible for managing programme registration and enrolment data and ensuring timely submission of bulk data sets to national programme management.

Qualifications:
• A graduate qualification with at least 5 years relevant work experience
• Experience in management information systems
• Excellent analytical skills
• Strong IT skills (software and hardware)
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Jobs and Employment opportunities In Government of Uganda

Position: District SAGE M and E Officers
Location: Kyenjojo, Kaberamaido and Kiboga districts

The successful candidates will work in partnership with Kyenjojo, Kaberamaido ,and Kiboga district authorities to support the monitoring and evaluation of the SAGE cash transfer scheme. Post holders will be responsible for programme quality assurance at local level feeding data back to programme management. In addition, post holders will support local government authorities to generate lessons from the programme which will inform national policy processes. Regular and extensive travel throughout the pilot districts will therefore be required.

Qualifications:
• A graduate qualification with at least 5 years relevant work experience
• Prior experience working with local government authorities
• Experience in monitoring and evaluating complex programmes
• Excellent report writing and analytical skills
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Government Jobs In Uganda- District SAGE Advisors Vacancies, Ministry of Gender

The Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development (MGLSD), with support from the UK Department tor International Development and Irish Aid, is implementing the Expanding Social Protection Programme (ESPP) in Uganda.

The ESPP is a five year programme which is coordinated by the Social Protection Secretariat within the MGLSD and includes a pilot cash transfer scheme, the Social Assistance Grants for Empowerment (SAGE) Programme. SAGE will provide regular cash transfers to vulnerable families living in chronic poverty. SAGE will work initially in fourteen districts, reaching 15% of households, in target districts, with the aim of subsequent national scale-up.

Our client, Maxwell Stamp PLC has been providing technical support to MGLSD to implement the ESPP. Maxwell Stamp PLC are now seeking to fill four key positions in the Social Protection Programme at district level;
Position: District SAGE Advisors
Location: Kyenjojo, Kaberamaido and Kiboga districts

The successful candidates will work in partnership with Kyenjojo, Kaberamaido and Kiboga district authorities to support implementation of the SAGE cash transfer scheme. Post holders will be responsible for delivering training to local government staff, monitoring programme implementation and will occasionally be required to support sub-county and parish level activities. In addition, post holders will be required to liaise with private sector payment service providers to ensure timely payment of SAGE entitlements to beneficiaries.Regular and extensive travel throughout the pilot districts will therefore be required.

Qualifications:
• A graduate qualification with at least 10 years relevant work experience
• Prior experience working in partnership with local government
• A self-starter with experience of managing people
• Experience in cash transfer programming or large-scale humanitarian operations desirable
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More New Job and Vacancies at Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation

Position: LABARATORY COORDINATOR
Duty station: Arua, Soroii
Reports to: Care and Treatment Specialist
Role definition: To support the development of sustainable and appropriate good quality lab services in Arua and Soroti regions and all district facilities by implementing the standard operating procedures (SOPs) according to MQH standards.
KEY RESULT AREAS
1. Work with lab focal person to assess in detail all labs in the Health facilities in Districts supported by Baylor- Uganda including QA/QC, infrastructure, equipment, safety, data management, SOPs, roles and training needs of staff and systems for the collection and referral of samples,
2.Develop detailed plans to rectify shortcomings of labs, lab staff, and lab systems, in conjunction with other Partners and project and District lab focal person and in keeping with National strategy and initiatives; such as Ministry of Health (MOH) quality assurance initiatives
3. Oversee the implementation of the agreed plans including establishment of QA/QC processes and skills monitoring.
4. Support districts to ensure that their lab focal person Implement the World Health Organization (WHO) five step laboratory accreditation systems.
5. Contribute to lab training activities and ongoing mentorship.

Specifications
The successful candidate should have;
1. A bachelor's degree in Biomedical laboratory Technology
2. Additional qualifications in Laboratory Management is an added advan¬tage.
3. At least 2-3 years experience in Lab planning, Management and QA/QC
4. Experience in Good Laboratory practice (GLP)
5. Experience in design, development, and implementation of lab systems at different levels in the Health services especially working within the District Health systems.
6. Experience in analysis and reporting of data for programme decision making.
7. Good interpersonal skills, ability to interact productively and accurately with other team members.
8. Self motivated, innovative and capable of meeting deadlines.
9. Registration with the Allied Health Professional Council is required.
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APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Qualified and interested persons who wish to apply may hand deliver, or post an application letter with a detailed CV and copies of academic transcripts, naming at least three professional referees with their telephone contact to:

Human Resources Manager,
Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation - Uganda,
COE/ Block 5 Mulago Hospital,
P.O.Box 72052, Clock Tower
Kampala,

Closing date for receipt of these applications is 08/0ctober/2010.

NOTE: PLEASE INDICATE THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR AND DUTY STATION

APPLICANTS WITH SKILLS AND CAN COMMUNICATE IN LOCAL LANGUAGE OF INDICATED REGIONS WILL HAVE AN ADDED ADVANTAGE.

Baylor College of Medicine Jobs- TB/HIV OFFICER Vacancy

Position: TB/HIV OFFICER
Duty station: Arua, Soroti
Reports to: Care and Treatment Specialist

Purpose of the job: To monitor and coordinate the strengthening of the Part¬ner districts and health facility activities to address the dual burden of TB/HIV through implementation of collaborative activities in accordance with MOH guidelines.

Key results areas
1. Support partner districts and health facilities to integrate planning for TB/ HIV activities into district work plans, budgets and performance measure¬ment plans.
2. Plan, direct and participate in building capacity of partner districts and health facilities to integrate and implement TB/HIV collaborative activities.
3. Provide technical support to partner districts in integrating and conducting support supervision of TB/HIV activities as part of the overall district plan for support supervision of health services.
4. Support partner districts to improve linkages and referrals between HIV/ AIDS care and TB control programs at all levels of health care delivery.
5. Support partner districts to conduct coordination and progress review meetings for TB/HIV activities.
6. Support relevant district directorates and departments to build capacity of existing community structures (VHTs, DOTS and other volunteers) to integrate TB/HIV into existing activities
7. Prepare regular reports about TB/HIV program activities and submit them to the Care and treatment specialist for review in accordance with established reporting guidelines.

Qualifications and personal specifications
The successful candidate will have;
1. A Master's degree in internal Medicine or Paediatrics,
2. At least three (3) years' experience in public health preferably in TB/HIV programming
3. Computer literacy in MS Office
4. Good presentation, interpersonal, teamwork, and oral and written communication skills,
5. 24-40 years of age
6. Registration with the Uganda Medical Council is required
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APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Qualified and interested persons who wish to apply may hand deliver, or post an application letter with a detailed CV and copies of academic transcripts, naming at least three professional referees with their telephone contact to:

Human Resources Manager,
Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation - Uganda,
COE/ Block 5 Mulago Hospital,
P.O.Box 72052, Clock Tower
Kampala,

Closing date for receipt of these applications is 08/0ctober/2010.

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APPLICANTS WITH SKILLS AND CAN COMMUNICATE IN LOCAL LANGUAGE OF INDICATED REGIONS WILL HAVE AN ADDED ADVANTAGE.

Employment Opportunities-Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation - Uganda

Position: ORPHANS AND VUNERABLE CHILDREN (OVC) OFFICER-
Duty station: Arua, Soroti
Reports to: Care and Treatment Specialist

Purpose of the job: Monitor the implementation of OVC activities by District Community Officers and sub granted CSOs in accordance with agreed pro¬gramme performance measures

Key Result Areas:
1. Review impiementers activity plans and reports and check for consistency and accuracy in accordance with the programme requirements
2. Develop plans and budgets for OVC activities with CSOs for a given time frame in line Baylor's planning and financial guidelines
3. Work collaborative with Grants Officers to identify eligible CSOs
4. Build the capacity of CSOs through training about OVC and maintain their participation in project development activities in line with Baylor Uganda set standards
5. Carry out monitoring and evaluation exercises of planned activities with the M and E team for OVCs in accordance with the program evaluation guidelines
6. Maintain communicate channels and liaise with District Officers and sub-granted CSOs on funding issues, budgets, program implementation, project progress in accordance with established guidelines
7. Advocate for the rights of orphans and vulnerable children to enable them attain equal opportunities in life with established set standards
8. Prepare reports about OVC activities and submit them to the Project coor¬dinator for review in accordance with established reporting guidelines

Qualifications and personal specifications
The successful applicant must have;
1. A Bachelor's degree in Adult and Community, or Social Work and Social Administration or Community psychology or Development studies or Social Sciences.
2. The required experience is a minimum of two years experience in a Clinical setting including medical social work, community development, working with OVCs and participatory training methodology.
3. He or she should have good interpersonal, communication (both oral and written), and problem solving skills.
4. He or she must be team oriented, stress tolerant with high integrity.
5. He /she should be between 24- 40 years of age.
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APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Qualified and interested persons who wish to apply may hand deliver, or post an application letter with a detailed CV and copies of academic transcripts, naming at least three professional referees with their telephone contact to:

Human Resources Manager,
Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation - Uganda,
COE/ Block 5 Mulago Hospital,
P.O.Box 72052, Clock Tower
Kampala,

Closing date for receipt of these applications is 08/0ctober/2010.

NOTE: PLEASE INDICATE THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR AND DUTY STATION

APPLICANTS WITH SKILLS AND CAN COMMUNICATE IN LOCAL LANGUAGE OF INDICATED REGIONS WILL HAVE AN ADDED ADVANTAGE.

GRANTS OFFICER Job at Baylor College of Medicine

Position: GRANTS OFFICER
Duty station: Arua, Soroti
Reports to; Finance and Administration Officer.

Purpose of the job: To review and monitor funds requests, utilization and accountability by Districts and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) to ensure performance based sub granting in accordance with the Funders' and Baylor's finance guidelines

Key Result Areas:
1. Develop a Grants Management Manual for the region for adoption by sub grantees.
2. Review CSOs' funding proposals and applications for grants and check for completeness, consistency and accuracy in accordance with established criteria and programme funding guidelines
3. Provide advice to applicants and potential applicants about award and grant requirements and how to complete applications in accordance with the grant management guidelines
4. Prepare grant management plans and submit them for approval in accordance with Baylor planning guidelines
5. Review the grant performance of Districts and CSOs and give advice to address existing gaps in line with the Programme and donor guidelines
6. Disseminate information and provide feedback on grant management to the programme stakeholders in accordance with the Programme guidelines
7. Develop and maintain a database for grant management activities of the organization in accordance with Programme guidelines
8. Write accountability reports and submit them to Finance in line with the Project guidelines and donor requirements

Qualifications and personal specifications
The successful applicant must have:
1. A University degree in Accounting or any other business related field and professional qualification in Accounting (ACCA or CPA)
2. At least two (2) years1 working experience preferably in a grants environment within the NGO Sector.
3. Experience in computerized accounting systems, preferably NAVISION, as well as proficiency in MS Word and MS Excel.
4. Demonstrated ability to plan and meet deadlines.
5. Good analytical, teamwork and excellent interpersonal skills
6. 24-40 years of age
7. Registration with an accounting professional body is required.
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APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Qualified and interested persons who wish to apply may hand deliver, or post an application letter with a detailed CV and copies of academic transcripts, naming at least three professional referees with their telephone contact to:

Human Resources Manager,
Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation - Uganda,
COE/ Block 5 Mulago Hospital,
P.O.Box 72052, Clock Tower
Kampala,

Closing date for receipt of these applications is 08/0ctober/2010.

NOTE: PLEASE INDICATE THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR AND DUTY STATION

APPLICANTS WITH SKILLS AND CAN COMMUNICATE IN LOCAL LANGUAGE OF INDICATED REGIONS WILL HAVE AN ADDED ADVANTAGE.

Vacancies at Baylor College of Medicine

Position: CARE AND TREATMENT SPECIALIST
Duty station: West Nile
Reports to: The Project Coordinator

Role definition: This position serves as the HIV Care and treatment medical Team lead. S/he will have oversight of all care and treatment activities, including treatment scale up, ARV or opportunistic infection, medicine supply chain and procurement systems, working towards greater program efficiencies in HIV care and treatment and institutional capacity building and health systems related to HIV care and treatment activities. S/he will work with National HIV/ care and treatment partners while supervising the TB/HIV Coordinator, Nutrition Coordinator, HCT Coordinator,OVC Coordinator and Medical Logistics Officer. S/he will align up to date comprehensive HIV/AIDS Care and treatment SOPs to West Nile district Clinical service programs and makes critical decisions with regard to patient management such as treatment plans for difficult cases; consultations and referrals to various subspecialities in line with the mission of Directorate of Medical and Psychosocial programs.

Key Result Areas
1. Support the development of HIV care and treatment services in the districts and ensure that they are implemented according to National treatment guide lines and the global health initiative.
2. Provide direction, technical and managerial oversight to the TB/HIV, Nutri¬tion, HCT and OVC coordinators and medical logistics officer and ensure that
2. Provide direction, technical and managerial oversight to the TB/HIV, Nutri¬tion, HCT and OVC coordinators and medical logistics officer and ensure that services reach target beneficiaries at all levels of implementation.
3. Develop and monitor the implementation of the capacity building plan for HIV/AIDS care and treatment management (in terms of training, mentorship and coaching) in line with the MOH guidelines and Baylor Uganda capacity building guidelines
4. Plan, direct, and participate in districts and health facilities integration and implementation of TB/HIV, Nutrition, HCT, and OVC activities.
5. Build and maintain networks and communication between stakeholders, MOH, districts and other government agencies.
6. Develop, appraise, support and maintain a competent and motivated team through offering consultation and giving constructive feedback, coaching and mentoring, in accordance with the human resources manual and MOH guidelines,
7. Provide technical assistance to districts in planning as well as strategic issues of project management, information services, laboratory, supply chain management and human resources services.
8. Ensure timely reporting about care and treatment activities and share information among stake holders,

Qualifications and job specifications
The successful applicant should have;
1. A Master's degree in Paediatrics or Internal Medicine.
2. 5 years of experience in managing medical programmes,
3. Possess interpersonal and communication skills
4. Be self-motivated with high integrity
5. Have 30- 45 years of age.
6. Registration with the Uganda Medical Council is required
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APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Qualified and interested persons who wish to apply may hand deliver, or post an application letter with a detailed CV and copies of academic transcripts, naming at least three professional referees with their telephone contact to:

Human Resources Manager,
Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation - Uganda,
COE/ Block 5 Mulago Hospital,
P.O.Box 72052, Clock Tower
Kampala,

Closing date for receipt of these applications is 08/0ctober/2010.

NOTE: PLEASE INDICATE THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR AND DUTY STATION

APPLICANTS WITH SKILLS AND CAN COMMUNICATE IN LOCAL LANGUAGE OF INDICATED REGIONS WILL HAVE AN ADDED ADVANTAGE.

Current Jobs at Baylor College of Medicine - Uganda,

Position: HIV COUNSELLING AND TESTING (HCT) OFFICER)
Duty station: Arua, Soroti
Reports to: Care and Treatment Specialist

Purpose of the job: To provide technical support to the Districts and Health Facilities in the provision of HCT and HIV/AIDS prevention services in accor¬dance with the Programme objectives and MOH standards and guidelines

Key Result Areas:
1. Support the development of HCT services in the districts and ensure that HCT is implemented according to MOH HCT documents such as SOPs, National guidelines and policies.
2. Maintain communication with districts, health facilities, MOH and other stakeholders (who may be offering HCT services (through quarterly meet¬ings,electronic communication,monthly,reports about HCT in line within the Programme objectives
3. Identify training needs and Support training in HIV counselling and testing, also ensure that the goals and objectives of the National HCT program are achieved.
4. Support partnership interaction in districts and health facilities in joint planning and information sharing of HCT services and ensure that there is no duplication of HCT services.
5. Ensure evenly distribution of HCT services and resources with the aim of regional coverage and access to the whole population. -
6. Work with the district focal person to ensure that HCT services are ac¬cessed and utilised by all stakeholders.
7. Work with the districts to ensure quality assurance and quality improvement of HCT services in liaison with MOH and other partners to ensure harmo¬nized HCT quality practice.
8. Ensure timely reporting about HCT activities and share information among stakeholders,

Qualifications and job specifications
The successful applicant should have;
1. A Bachelor's degree in Nursing, or Counselling, or Social Sciences, or Training in Public Health
2. Have at least two (2) years HIV/AIDS related working experience
3. Possess interpersonal and communication skills
4. Be self-motivated with high integrity
5. Have 27-40 years of age.
6. Registration with the relevant professional body is required.
Apply for this job

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Qualified and interested persons who wish to apply may hand deliver, or post an application letter with a detailed CV and copies of academic transcripts, naming at least three professional referees with their telephone contact to:

Human Resources Manager,
Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation - Uganda,
COE/ Block 5 Mulago Hospital,
P.O.Box 72052, Clock Tower
Kampala,

Closing date for receipt of these applications is 08/0ctober/2010.

NOTE: PLEASE INDICATE THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR AND DUTY STATION

APPLICANTS WITH SKILLS AND CAN COMMUNICATE IN LOCAL LANGUAGE OF INDICATED REGIONS WILL HAVE AN ADDED ADVANTAGE.

Jobs Vacancies and Employment Opportunities at Baylor College of Medicine - Uganda,

Position: PROJECT COORDINATOR (Region)
Duty station: Arua, Soroti, Fort Portal and Moroto
Reports to: Program Manager

Purpose of the job: To Coordinate and monitor program activities in the re¬gion so as to strengthen the capacity of districts, health facilities and civil so¬ciety organizations (CSOs) to provide quality and sustainable comprehensive HIV/AIDS services in accordance with the Program guidelines

Key Result Areas:
1. Establish partnership opportunities in the districts and with CSOs and initi¬ate MOUs with them in accordance with the Programme Objectives and guidelines
2. Provide technical assistance to districts, Health facilities and CSOs to draft work plans for HIV/AIDS services and review their work plans in ac¬cordance with Programme and MOU guidelines
3. Work with monitoring and evaluation to develop M and E plans and together with the districts identify indicators for performance based sub granting in accordance with the Programme objectives
4. Conduct learning and reflection workshops on programme activities and share best practices in accordance with the Project mission and guidelines
5. Monitor activities for strengthening the capacity of districts and CSOs to mobilize funds for implementation of HIV/AIDS activities in accordance with the Programme objectives
6. Supervise and mentor the regional staff and conduct the regional staff's annual performance appraisal in accordance with HR guidelines
7. Conduct staff monthly meetings; attend regional planning and evaluation meetings with district committees and CSOs in accordance with Baylor's policies and procedures
8. Review and monitor the implementation of procedures and guidelines on storage, stock control, and distribution of Drugs, Laboratory supplies, spare parts and consumable materials to different users in accordance with es¬tablished guidelines

Qualifications and job specifications
The successful candidate will have;
1. A Masters degree in Public Health, or Internal Medicine.
2. Five (5) years of experience in managing medical Programmes in NGOs.
3. Proven project management experience and Knowledge of donor guidelines.
4. The successful candidate needs to be a team player with excellent com¬munication skills (both oral and written) and with strong management and analytical skills.
5. The candidate must be 30-45 years of age.
6. Registration with the Uganda Medical Council is required.
Apply for this job

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Qualified and interested persons who wish to apply may hand deliver, or post an application letter with a detailed CV and copies of academic transcripts, naming at least three professional referees with their telephone contact to:

Human Resources Manager,
Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation - Uganda,
COE/ Block 5 Mulago Hospital,
P.O.Box 72052, Clock Tower
Kampala,

Closing date for receipt of these applications is 08/0ctober/2010.

NOTE: PLEASE INDICATE THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR AND DUTY STATION

APPLICANTS WITH SKILLS AND CAN COMMUNICATE IN LOCAL LANGUAGE OF INDICATED REGIONS WILL HAVE AN ADDED ADVANTAGE.

IT Jobs Vacancies at Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation - Uganda,

Position: IT OFFICER
Duty station: Secretariat – Kampala
Reports to: The IT Manager

Role: To monitor and maintain computer systems (network, software and/or hardware) and provide IT user support in line with IT standards and Baylor Uganda's strategic objectives

Key Result Area:
1. Maintain the districts Human resources management information system (HRMIS) hardware and update software in line with the department mission and IT standards,
2. Maintain, and update the SNATS Website in line with the department mis¬sion.
3. Document computer policies and programs following documentation guide¬lines and International IT standards
4. Maintain an information technology continuity back-up plan for all SNATS electronic data management and disaster recovery plan in line with the de¬partmental mission.
5. Produce monthly activity reports in line with the departmental mission
6. Maintain a database/ inventory of all ICT equipment through proper doc¬umentation of problem logs and audit trails in line with Baylor Uganda's policy and standards.
7. Provide technical user support with respect to required hardware configu¬rations and network infrastructure solutions and advise management and staff-

Qualifications and job specifications
The successful applicant should;
1. A Degree in Computer Science or IT or Business Computing
2. Professional qualifications in CCNA, Microsoft MCSE 2000, MCP, MCSA, MCDBA, CWNA, and CCIP and other relevant qualifications
3. Possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills
4. Have three (3) years experience in IT
5. Have 25 - 40 years of age.
Apply for this job

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Qualified and interested persons who wish to apply may hand deliver, or post an application letter with a detailed CV and copies of academic transcripts, naming at least three professional referees with their telephone contact to:

Human Resources Manager,
Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation - Uganda,
COE/ Block 5 Mulago Hospital,
P.O.Box 72052, Clock Tower
Kampala,

Closing date for receipt of these applications is 08/0ctober/2010.

NOTE: PLEASE INDICATE THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR AND DUTY STATION
APPLICANTS WITH SKILLS AND CAN COMMUNICATE IN LOCAL LANGUAGE OF INDICATED REGIONS WILL HAVE AN ADDED ADVANTAGE.

PROJECT COORDINATOR Vacancy - Baylor College of Medicine Jobs

Position: PROJECT COORDINATOR, TRAINING
Duty station: Secretariat – Kampala
Reports to: Program Manager SNATS

Role definition: To monitor and review the implementation of the SNATS training programme and develop support and innovative mechanisms of health workers in line with departmental mission

Key Result Areas
1. Conduct training needs assessment for targeted health personnel, and compile and present findings to stakeholders in line with the departmental mission
2. Prepare and monitor training budgets for implementing the SNAT training programme in line with department's mission
3. Work with Program Manager to identify areas for scholarship programs to support health workers and retain them.
4. Develop an innovative program for support and retention of health workers through provision of scholarships.
5. Monitor the implementation of capacity building programmes for various stakeholders at all levels; National, Regional and District Levels based on capacity building needs assessment in line with the departmental mission
6. Assess the progress and impact of the SNATS training programme in line with established M and E guidelines
7. Develop and maintain strategic partnerships 8 networks with key actors/ stakeholders to enhance their participation in the SNATS training pro¬gramme according to Baylor's organisational policies and guidelines
8. Develop and update a data bank for different trainers to implement the train¬ing programme in line with Baylor - Uganda Capacity Building and Curricu¬lum development departmental work plan.
9. Prepare periodic reports with appropriate recommendations on identified project implementation strategies, targets and operational problems ac¬cording to the programme/project objectives and Baylor Uganda's reporting guidelines.
Qualifications and job specifications
The successful candidate will have:
1. A Masters degree in Public Health or Internal Medicine or Paediatrics
2. Five years medical experience 3 years of experience in Managing Capacity Building Programmes in a reputable Non Governmental Organization.
3. Proven donor working experience to deliver Managing Capacity Build¬ing initiatives, engagement with relevant stakeholders, and ability to meet deadlines.
4. The successful candidate needs to be a team player with excellent com¬munication skills (both oral and written) and organizational skills.
5. The candidate must be 34-45 years of age.
6. Registration with the Uganda Medical Council is required.
Apply for this job

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Qualified and interested persons who wish to apply may hand deliver, or post an application letter with a detailed CV and copies of academic transcripts, naming at least three professional referees with their telephone contact to:

Human Resources Manager,
Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation - Uganda,
COE/ Block 5 Mulago Hospital,
P.O.Box 72052, Clock Tower
Kampala,

Closing date for receipt of these applications is 08/0ctober/2010.

NOTE: PLEASE INDICATE THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR AND DUTY STATION
APPLICANTS WITH SKILLS AND CAN COMMUNICATE IN LOCAL LANGUAGE OF INDICATED REGIONS WILL HAVE AN ADDED ADVANTAGE.

MONITORING AND EVALUATION COORDINATOR Vacancy- Baylor College of Medicine Jobs

Position: MONITORING AND EVALUATION COORDINATOR
Duty station; Soroti, Arua
Reports to: The Monitoring and Evaluation Manager

Role definition: To plan, develop and manage program performance moni¬toring and evaluation system, establish information/data base for management purposes according to programme evaluation guidelines

Key result areas:
1. Prepare annual M and E work plans and budgets for the region with the District HIV management information systems (HMIS) focal person and monitor their implementation according to Baylor's financial and planning guidelines
2. Develop performance monitoring tools to track program indicators in ac¬cordance with the detail program implementation plan
3. Monitor and appraise the performance of M and E Officers according to Bay¬lor's Human Resources guidelines
4. Provide technical support to the program staff and other stakeholders on program performance, monitoring and evaluation according to program evaluation guidelines
5. Plan for and implement program impact assessments and evaluations and make necessary recommendations according to program evaluation guide¬lines
6. Manage and supervise maintenance of HMIS database for monitoring the effectiveness of the project / programme according to established MIS guidelines
7. Prepare periodic M and E reports with appropriate recommendations on iden¬tified project implementation strategies, targets and operational problems according to programme/project objectives and Baylor Uganda's reporting guidelines.
8. Monitor capacity building activities for enhancing stakeholders' M and E knowledge according to Baylor Uganda capacity building guidelines

Qualifications and job specifications
The successful candidate will have:
1. A Masters degree in Statistics, Demography, Epidemiology or quantitative Economics with a Postgraduate diploma in Computer Science/ Information Technology or a community based course or public health with a Formal qualification in Monitoring and Evaluation at a Diploma level,
2. Good interpersonal skills, communication skills and organizational skills.
3. Good computer skills and knowledge of common Statistical analysis and database management packages Ms Access, Ms Excel, STATA, SPSS, EPIDATA.
4. The Candidate must have at least 5 years in Log Frame Approach in plan¬ning, monitoring and evaluation; application of qualitative and quantitative M and E methods.
5. The candidate must be 30- 40 years of age
6. Experience working with local Government structures and civil society Orga¬nizations is an added advantage.
Apply for this job

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Qualified and interested persons who wish to apply may hand deliver, or post an application letter with a detailed CV and copies of academic transcripts, naming at least three professional referees with their telephone contact to:

Human Resources Manager,
Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation - Uganda,
COE/ Block 5 Mulago Hospital,
P.O.Box 72052, Clock Tower
Kampala,

Closing date for receipt of these applications is 08/0ctober/2010.

NOTE: PLEASE INDICATE THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR AND DUTY STATION
APPLICANTS WITH SKILLS AND CAN COMMUNICATE IN LOCAL LANGUAGE OF INDICATED REGIONS WILL HAVE AN ADDED ADVANTAGE.

PROGRAM MANAGER UNICEF AND KOICA PROJECTS Vacancy at Baylor College of Medicine

Position: PROGRAM MANAGER UNICEF AND KOICA PROJECTS
Reports to: The Director Medical and Psychosocial Programmes

Role definition: To initiate, develop and monitor the implementation of sys¬tems, policies and procedures for aligning the UNICEF and KOICA projects ob¬jectives to Medical and Psychosocial programs in the targeted districts and manage the performance of the implementers in line with Baylor Uganda's mission

Key result areas:
1. Provide direction, technical and managerial oversight to Project Coordina¬tors and Partners to roll out program activities and ensure services reach target beneficiaries at all levels of implementation.
2. Manage, supervise and build the capacity of Project Coordinators in quality Programme Planning, Management and implementation of program activi¬ties.
3. Initiate and maintain functional relationship with a range of stakeholders and partners, including good working relationship with Ministry of Health and Districts, to ensure their full involvement in planning and implementa¬tion of activities.
4. Maintain communication and coordination with Districts, regions and other partners, including representing in meetings.
5. Develop and monitor the implementation of the capacity building plan (in terms of training, mentorship and coaching) in the targeted districts to plan and manage a sustainable programme for comprehensive HIV/AIDS services in line with the MOH guidelines
6. Develop, appraise, support and maintain a competent and motivated project team through giving constructive feedback, coaching and mentoring, in ac¬cordance with the human resources manual.
7. Implement and follow up recommendations from Monitoring and Evalu¬ation team to UNICEF and KOICA projects' activities in line with the project objectives
8. Develop and monitor strategies for building/strengthen partnerships with medical care and Treatment related organizations/relevant stakeholders in line with project objectives
9. Develop and monitor the implementation of the UNiCEF and KOiCA Projects budget in line with the donor guidelines and project objectives
10.Develop targets for UNICEF and KOICA projects and write quarterly and an¬nual reports in regard to the performance of the UNICEF and KOiCA projects in line with Baylor Uganda's mission
11. Develop and monitor the implementation of a program of integrating the UNICEF and KOICA projects objectives with the health centre's work plans in the targeted districts in line with the project objectives.
12.Review and compile reports from Project Coordinators and report on Project performance progress for feed back to Management on a monthly basis.
1 S.Work closely with the Quality Assurance (QA) Advisor, to ensure that quality improvement activities are initiated and followed up.

Qualifications and job specifications
The job holder should have;
1. A Master's degree in medical related field or public health with Post Gradu¬ate diploma in project planning and management.
2. At least (5) years relevant working experience preferably in health develop¬ment, with a reputable international NGO, and direct experience of representation with government and donor representatives
3. Excellent team work excellent communication skills (both oral and written) and with strong management and analytical skills.
4. 30-45 years of age.
5. Registration with the Uganda Medical Council is required
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APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Qualified and interested persons who wish to apply may hand deliver, or post an application letter with a detailed CV and copies of academic transcripts, naming at least three professional referees with their telephone contact to:

Human Resources Manager,
Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation - Uganda,
COE/ Block 5 Mulago Hospital,
P.O.Box 72052, Clock Tower
Kampala,

Closing date for receipt of these applications is 08/0ctober/2010.

NOTE: PLEASE INDICATE THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR AND DUTY STATION
APPLICANTS WITH SKILLS AND CAN COMMUNICATE IN LOCAL LANGUAGE OF INDICATED REGIONS WILL HAVE AN ADDED ADVANTAGE.

Baylor College of Medicine Jobs

Position: DIRECTOR CAPACITY BUILDING AND TRAINING
Duty station: COE-Mulago
Reports to: Executive Director

Role definition: To provide overall technical Leadership, Managerial oversight for the Directorate and ensure program implementation and reporting of all SNATS project activities, achievement of results and timely submission of all project deliverables.
S/he will work with the Ministry of Health and all other relevant Ministries and partners to strengthen the capacity of the Government of Uganda to provide quality comprehensive HIV/AIDS services.

Key Result Areas
1. Lead the Baylor Uganda team and work with MOH to design and implement activities of the directorate and SNATS project in line with Baylor -Uganda's mission, MOH's guidelines and donor requirements.
2. Provide oversight and supervise all activities in the SNATS project and have the overall responsibility for the successful performance of the technical team.
3. Provide strategic leadership and bear responsibility for all administrative requirements to fulfill the performance objectives of the SNATS project.
4. Provide direction and mechanisms for strengthening National systems for planning, coordination, standardization, certification, accreditation and su¬pervision of both pre and in service HIV/AIDS training.
5. Initiate ways of supporting HIV/AIDS service deli very training institutions for health workers and other relevant institutions and integrate standardized HIV/AIDS in service training in to the programs.
'5. Provide technical support to pre service training institutions for health work¬ers, teachers and other relevant professional and integrate standardized HIV/AIDS training in to the curricula.
7. To initiate and maintain functional relationship with a range of stakeholders and partners including maintenance of good working relationship with MOH and other relevant partners.
8. Develop and monitor the implementation of the work plans and budgets in line with financial guidelines and Organization’s mission.
9. Act as secretary to the SNATS technical working group.
10. Develop, appraise, support and maintain a competent and motivated team through giving constructive feedback, coaching and mentoring, in accor¬dance with the human resources manual.
11 .Review and compile reports from the Program Manager and report on project performance and progress and feed back to Management.

Qualifications and job specifications
The successful candidate will have;
1. A Masters degree in Public Health, or Internal Medicine or Pediatrics.
2. Five (5) years experience working in clinical or Public health including HIV/ AIDS setting.
3. Should have technical expertise in capacity building and training.
The successful candidate will have;
1. A Masters degree in Public Health, or Internal Medicine or Pediatrics.
2. Five (5) years experience working in clinical or Public health including HIV/AIDS setting.
3. Should have technical expertise in capacity building and training.
4. Demonstrated leadership skills in working and collaborating with Govern¬ment institutions, and Districts.
5. Proven project management experience, Knowledge of donor guidelines.
4. The successful candidate needs to be a team player with excellent com¬munication skills (both oral and written) and with strong management and analytical skills,
5. The candidate must be 35-45 years of age.
6. Registration with the Uganda Medical Council is required.
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APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Qualified and interested persons who wish to apply may hand deliver, or post an application letter with a detailed CV and copies of academic transcripts, naming at least three professional referees with their telephone contact to:

Human Resources Manager,
Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation - Uganda,
COE/ Block 5 Mulago Hospital,
P.O.Box 72052, Clock Tower
Kampala,

Closing date for receipt of these applications is 08/0ctober/2010.

NOTE: PLEASE INDICATE THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR AND DUTY STATION
APPLICANTS WITH SKILLS AND CAN COMMUNICATE IN LOCAL LANGUAGE OF INDICATED REGIONS WILL HAVE AN ADDED ADVANTAGE.

INTERNAL AUDITOR Vacancy at Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation

Position: INTERNAL AUDITOR
Reports to: The Chief Internal Auditor
Duty station: COE Mulago Hospital

Purpose of the job: To review, monitor and Implement the Independent ap¬praisal of the effectiveness of financial, physical and information resources control policies, procedures and standards in accordance with the established audit guidelines and International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing

Key Result Areas:
1. Review and analyze the monthly financial reports and register variances to establish risks in accordance with established audit guidelines
2. Carry out compliance testing of financial systems and control procedures in accordance with established auditing standards
3. Develop internal audit plans and programmes in accordance with estab¬lished planning guidelines
4. Inspect stocks and check stock records for accuracy, and record any dis¬crepancy in accordance with established procedures
5. Guide and coordinate external audits and make follow-up of the various recommendations in the external audit reports in line with International' Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing
6. Provide information to Managers and Staff to enable them comply with fi¬nancial requirements in accordance with the department's guidelines
7. Draft audit reports with highlights of audit findings and recommendations in accordance with established audit report writing guidelines

Qualifications and job specifications
The successful candidate will have;
1. A bachelor's degree (honours) in Finance or Accounting from a reputable university.
2. Membership of ACCA or CPA or CIA.
3. Membership to Institute of Internal Auditors of Uganda.
4. Computer proficiency coupled with a strong understanding of Audit soft¬ware and knowledge of Navision.
5. Team work, communication and presentation skills
6. Investigative and analytical skills and knowledge of audit procedures, in¬cluding planning techniques, test and sampling methods involved in con¬ducting audits, new auditing techniques and practices.
7. The candidate must have at least three (3) years working experience,
8. The candidate must be 27-40 years of age.
9. The candidate must be willing to travel up country occasionally.
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APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Qualified and interested persons who wish to apply may hand deliver, or post an application letter with a detailed CV and copies of academic transcripts, naming at least three professional referees with their telephone contact to:

Human Resources Manager,
Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation - Uganda,
COE/ Block 5 Mulago Hospital,
P.O.Box 72052, Clock Tower
Kampala,

Closing date for receipt of these applications is 08/0ctober/2010.

NOTE: PLEASE INDICATE THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR AND DUTY STATION
APPLICANTS WITH SKILLS AND CAN COMMUNICATE IN LOCAL LANGUAGE OF INDICATED REGIONS WILL HAVE AN ADDED ADVANTAGE.

New Jobs at Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation - Uganda,

Position: HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER IN CHARGE OF PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM-
Reports to: Manager Human Resources
Duty Station: COE-Mulago
Role definition: To initiate, develop and monitor the implementation of the performance management system, policies and procedures aligned with Bay-lor Uganda's mission and HR system and cascaded to the individual level.

Key result areas
1. Review and monitor the performance planning process at Departmental, Unit and Individual level so as to enhance the integration of organizational objectives with individual goals in line with Baylor Uganda's mission.
2. Provide PM orientation to new staff and Training in relation to PM gaps and monitor the performance of PM committees (responsibility centres and change champions) in line with performance management guidelines.
3. Review and implement a system for conducting periodic organizational cul¬ture and climate audits so as to create a conducive PM environment in line with Baylor Uganda's strategic objectives
4. Review and update job profiles of jobs that have either changed or been created in line with performance management guidelines
5. Develop and implement a procedure for employee engagements and con ducting periodic employee engagement surveys, so as to tap the employees' views on a number of aspects of their work environment in line with Baylor Uganda's mission.
6. Develop and manage the PM budget in line with Baylor Uganda's financial guidelines and performance management guidelines.
7. Monitor performance reviews and provide guidance in regard to measuring and evaluating individuals' performance, and providing feedback in line with performance management guidelines.
8. Develop a system for categorizing staff according to their potential and per¬formance ratings and allocate recommendable measures (clarifying how performance will be managed and rewarded) per category to develop and maintain competent staff in line with Baylor Uganda's mission.
9. Prepare quarterly and annually PM reports to be submitted to manage¬ment, official communication to all staff about outcomes of appraisals and implement results (promotions, demotion, transfers, salary increment and reprimand) in line with performance management guidelines.

Qualifications and job specifications
The successful applicant should have;
1. A Masters degree in Business Administration (MBA - HR option), or Masters of Human Resource Management, or Masters of Industrial and Orga¬nizational Psychology.
2. Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD) Membership is an added advantage
3. At least five (5) years working experience in a reputable organization pref¬erably an NGO
4. Excellent communication skills, in both spoken and written English.
5. Excellent Analytical, coordination / networking, negotiation, communication and interpersonal skills.
6. High ethics and integrity.
7. 32 - 45 years of age
8. Registration with the Human Resources Manager's Association of Uganda or Uganda Psychologist Association is required
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APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Qualified and interested persons who wish to apply may hand deliver, or post an application letter with a detailed CV and copies of academic transcripts, naming at least three professional referees with their telephone contact to:

Human Resources Manager,
Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation - Uganda,
COE/ Block 5 Mulago Hospital,
P.O.Box 72052, Clock Tower
Kampala,

Closing date for receipt of these applications is 08/0ctober/2010.

NOTE: PLEASE INDICATE THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR AND DUTY STATION
APPLICANTS WITH SKILLS AND CAN COMMUNICATE IN LOCAL LANGUAGE OF INDICATED REGIONS WILL HAVE AN ADDED ADVANTAGE.

Baylor College of Medicine- Jobs and Employment Opportunities

Position: COORDINATOR NURSING SERVICES
Duty station COE-Mulago Hospital
Reports to: Manager, Medical Care /COE

Role definition: To develop and monitor the implementation of systems and guidelines for providing Nursing services at COE and National Expansion Program (NEP} and managing the performance of the Nurses Unit in line with the Nurse Unit mission and Baylor-Uganda medical and psychosocial guide¬lines,

Key result areas:
1. Develop and monitor the implementation of nursing policies and procedures/SOPs in line with the Nurses Unit mission and Baylor-Uganda medi¬cal and psychosocial guidelines.
2. Develop and monitor the implementation of annual Nurses Unit plans and budget in line with Baylor Uganda mission and financial guidelines
3. Develop and monitor the implementation of the capacity building plan at COE, and NEP in line with the Nurses Unit mission and Baylor Uganda capacity building guidelines
4. Develop nurse staff rotation schedule and appraise, support and maintain a competent and motivated "Baylor Uganda nurses team through giving constructive feedback, coaching and mentoring in line with the Human re-
b. Develop Nurse unit procurement plans and provide technical support in evaluation of nursing oriented bids and monitor the supply system for nurs¬ing products for all supported Health Units in tine with the departmental guidelines.
6. Build the capacity of nurse staff in all supported Health Units basing on both the supported Health Unit needs and individual's needs in line with the Nurses Unit mission and Baylor Uganda capacity building guidelines
7. Review and participate in operational research as per the research study guidelines in line with the Baylor Uganda Research standards operating procedures
8. Monitor provision of Reproductive health and Family planning services to adolescents and caretakers attending the Clinic
9. Monitor vaccination of children and caretakers according to World Health Organization (WHO) and M.O.H guidelines and screen for tuberculosis to all eligible clients.
10. Develop performance targets for the Nurses unit and write quarterly and annual reports in regard to performance at COE and NEP in line with Baylor Uganda guidelines.

Qualifications and job specifications
The successful applicant should have;
1. A Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing
2. A diploma in HIV/AIDS care and management (health systems manage¬ment) will be an added advantage.
3. He or she should have 5- 7 years of experience in a related managerial post
4. Integrity and be a good team player with good analytical, interpersonal, communication and report writing skills with high integrity.
5. Demonstrable managerial / supervisory skills.
6. Registration with Uganda Nurses and midwives Council required.
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APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Qualified and interested persons who wish to apply may hand deliver, or post an application letter with a detailed CV and copies of academic transcripts, naming at least three professional referees with their telephone contact to:

Human Resources Manager,
Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation - Uganda,
COE/ Block 5 Mulago Hospital,
P.O.Box 72052, Clock Tower
Kampala,

Closing date for receipt of these applications is 08/0ctober/2010.

NOTE: PLEASE INDICATE THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR AND DUTY STATION
APPLICANTS WITH SKILLS AND CAN COMMUNICATE IN LOCAL LANGUAGE OF INDICATED REGIONS WILL HAVE AN ADDED ADVANTAGE.

Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation - Uganda, Jobs and Vacancies

Post: DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
Duty station: COE - Mulago Hospital
Reports to: The Executive Director

Role Definition: To Provide leadership and guidance in the development and implementation of operational systems, processes and policies for Information technology, Procurement, Administration and Human Resources Management, in accordance with Baylor's vision and strategic goals.

Key Result Areas:
1. Initiate plans for the Directorate of Operations and monitor the achievement of results in accordance with the organization's strategic plan
2. Review developed policies, procedures, strategies, for human resources management, procurement, and administration and ICT services in line with Baylor - Uganda's 5 year strategic plan.
3. Monitor and analyse the operating environment, make timely readjustments of the operations, and provide advice on legal considerations and risk assessment in accordance with the organisation's strategic goals and objectives
4. Initiate collaborative arrangements with potential partners, develop a client relationship management system for appropriate operational partnership arrangements in accordance with the Baylor - Uganda's strategic goals
5. Provide guidance to the Directorate's budgeting processes, review developed budgets and work plans, track expenditures in accordance with Baylor- Uganda's budgeting and expenditure guidelines
6. Provide oversight to the execution of the human resources functions in accordance with Baylor- Uganda's strategic objectives
7. Monitor and review the performance of departments and address performance gaps according to set targets for the Directorate
8. Direct and control the organization’s procurement processes and manage¬ment of assets and facilities, negotiate and approve contracts facilities in accordance with established procurement and logistical control guidelines
9. Provide leadership and guidance in the maintenance of a secure, reliable ICT infrastructure for information sharing and storage in line with Baylor's 1CT objectives
10-Prepare and present monthly progress performance reports regarding the business operations of Baylor - Uganda to the Executive Director and Se¬nior Management Team.

Qualifications and job specifications
The successful candidate will have;
1. A Master's Degree in Business Administration, Finance or Accounting.
2. Must possess ICSA, CIPS and at least Level II of ACCA or CPA
3. Must be Audit competent
4. Must have Training in ICT
5. Must be registered with a relevant professional body of either Chartered Secretaries or Chartered Accountants.
6. 5 -10 years of relevant experience at a managerial level providing man¬agement advisory services and managing staff and operational systems
7. Knowledge of contract management and operations management best practices
8. Excellent managerial, interpersonal, analytical and communication skills (both verbal and written) and a motivational Leader.
9. Demonstrable abilities in Strategic Planning, Budgeting and Team building and Management.
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APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Qualified and interested persons who wish to apply may hand deliver, or post an application letter with a detailed CV and copies of academic transcripts, naming at least three professional referees with their telephone contact to:

Human Resources Manager,
Baylor College of Medicine Children's Foundation - Uganda,
COE/ Block 5 Mulago Hospital,
P.O.Box 72052, Clock Tower
Kampala,

Closing date for receipt of these applications is 08/0ctober/2010.

NOTE: PLEASE INDICATE THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR AND DUTY STATION
APPLICANTS WITH SKILLS AND CAN COMMUNICATE IN LOCAL LANGUAGE OF INDICATED REGIONS WILL HAVE AN ADDED ADVANTAGE.

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