Scholarship Programme for Ugandans at Kulika Charitable Trust

Kulika has a long history of providing support to Ugandan students in higher education and in vocational training. To find out how to apply for a scholarship from Kulika contact the Kulika Uganda office in Kampala.

Central to our aims is the desire to find and support students from disadvantaged backgrounds who despite their hardship have potential to contribute to the development of their country. In particular, we welcome applications from students living in the northern districts of Uganda .

Each year Kulika’s Scholarship Committee decides on the areas of study to be supported in the following academic year. Reviewing study areas each year helps to ensure that the changing development needs of the country are reflected in giving the right opportunities for study.

For more info about Kulika scholarships for Ugandans...
Contact Us:

Kulika in Uganda

A charity registered in Uganda, no 5914 / 1070

Kulika Uganda
PO Box 11330
Kampala
Uganda

Tel : +256 (0) 414 266 261
Fax : +256 (0) 414 51 00 05
Email : uganda@kulika.org

The office is located in Nsambya Road, Plot 472

Scholarships for Ugandan students at Bedfordshire University UK

The University offers scholarships for Ugandan students of high academic standing commencing their studies at the University of Bedfordshire.

To be eligible for the International Scholarships, applicants must be a Ugandan national or permanently domiciled in Uganda, must have applied for a course of study and hold an unconditional offer for a course at the University of Bedfordshire. The International Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit.

If you wish to be considered for this scholarship you will need to apply. Applicants cannot apply for the scholarship before being offered a study place at the University of Bedfordshire.

Please note that you can only be awarded ONE University of Bedfordshire scholarship.

To find out more about the International Scholarships, please see the

International Office

International Office
T: +44 (0)1582 489319
F: +44 (0)1582 743469
E: international@beds.ac.uk

Scholarships at Makerere University- INFORMATION ON SCHOLARSHIPS FOR UGANDANS

ROYAL BELGIAN EMBASSY Sholarships

This offers scholarships to mixed PhD programmes with duration of maximum 48 months, of which 16 months in Belgium and 32 months in Uganda. Candidates must have the approval of a relevant Belgian University and establish a well defined programme under a supervisor (in Uganda and in Belgium) before applying for a scholarship.

They also have scholarships for masters and fellowship programmes offered in Belgium.

For the fellowship programme short term training courses (maximum six months) on specific topics.

The Belgian Government also finances PhD’s and masters. These studies can take place in Uganda or South Africa. Studies in South Africa will be financed in case the course sought is not available in Uganda. They also offer short training courses aimed at building up local capacity for the benefit of Uganda. These trainings can take place in Uganda or in the East –African sub-region

NOTE: The scholarship programme does not cater for bachelors’ degrees and diploma courses.

Phone Number


041-349569(70)

Mail


dgic@africaonline.co.ugThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it , kampala@diplobel.beThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

BRITISH COUNCIL

There are a good number of funding agencies under the British Council

Phone Number


041-234730/737, 254927

Mail


Library.enquiry@britishcouncil.or.ugThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

Website


www.britishcouncil.org/uganda

Fax


041-254853

Physical Location


Plot 2 and 4a Nakasero Road Ground Floor Rwenzori Courts
BRITISH CHEVENING SCHOLARSHIPS

This is funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. The awards can cover all or part of the cost. These are usually for twelve months postgraduate study or research at British University or professional institution.

Invitations for applications of these scholarships are normally through adverts in the daily newspapers in December.

KULIKA CHARITABLE TRUST-LEEDS UNIVERSITY- F.C.O. CHEVENING SCHOLARSHIPS

Three postgraduate scholarships are available for candidates from Uganda wishing to undertake a one year taught Master’s programme of study. The award covers maintenance and other allowances, payment of tuition fees, travel to and from the UK.

Invitations for the applications are normally through adverts in the daily newspapers in December.

COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP PLAN (CSFP)

Funded by the Department for International Development and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. One is eligible if he/she is a citizen of either a Commonwealth country or a British dependent territory. Scholarships are for postgraduate study. Adverts for scholarships usually run in the daily newspapers in August –October.



DFID SHARED SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME (DFID)

It’s funded by the department for International Development and participating universities in the UK.

To get the scholarship you must not be employed by your government or by an international organisation.

This award is for a postgraduate course.

More information can be gotten from the British Council offices.



OVERSEAS RESEARCH STUDENTS AWARDS SCHEME (ORSAS)

Funded by the Department for Education and Employment. These grants are for postgraduate students undertaking full-time study for a higher degree as registered research students at British universities

THE RHODES SCHOLARSHIP

The Rhodes Trust provides one scholarship for Uganda every other year. This provides postgraduate degree course at Oxford University

Applications for this scholarship are usually through adverts in the daily newspapers in August –October. More information contact the British Council.

HORIZONT 3000

This is an Austrian organisation for Development Co-operation that offers an Austrian Scholarship scheme Programme. This scheme targets mainly masters students and diploma students. The scholarship is tenable in Uganda. The intake is usually yearly and adverts are run in daily papers of New Vision and The Monitor there after interviews are done to select the targeted group.

Contact Person:


Mr.Ebrahim Kizito

Title:


Programme manager

Phone Number


Tel.: 041-267327

Mail


ebrahim.kizito@africaonline.co.ugThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

Website


www.horizont3000.at


Fax


041-268046

Physical Location


Churchill drive, Ggaba Road

MAKERERE UNIVERSITY/CARNEGIE FEMALE SCHOLARSHIP INITIATIVE (FSI)

This offers scholarships to Ugandan Female Candidate mainly from the vulnerable / disadvantaged backgrounds. Its tenable in Makerere University Kampala.

Website:

FSI


Carnegie Female Scholarship Initiative

Phone Number


041-532752/530231/530232

Mail


acadreg@acadreg.mak.ac.ugThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

Website


www.makerere.ac.ug

Fax


041-533640/541068

Physical Location


Makerere University Senate house

DAAD Scholarship programme at Makerere University

GERMAN ACADEMIC EXCHANGE SERVICE (DAAD) offices are situated in the International Office, Room B-4 (former Lincoln Flats, Tuesday 1-2pm).

DAAD Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst
German Academic Exchange Service
Master’s Scholarships for
Public Policy and Good Governance (PPGG)
What are the objectives of the programme?
This programme is designed to further qualify future leaders in politics, law, economics and administration according to the principles of Good Governance and to prepare them in a praxis-oriented course for their professional life. The programme offers very good graduates with a first university degree the chance to obtain a Master’s degree in disciplines that are of special relevance for the social, political and economic development of their home country. With the knowledge and experience acquired in Germany the scholarship holders should later contribute to the establishment of democratically oriented economic and social systems aimed at overcoming social tensions. In addition, the training at German institutions of higher education should especially qualify the scholarship holders as partners in political and economic cooperation with Germany. With this programme, DAAD intends to contribute to the support of Good Governance and civil society structures in selected partner countries and regions.
Who can apply?
The scholarship scheme is open to candidates from Africa, Latin America, South Asia, Southeast Asia as well as from countries in the Middle East (see attached list of countries).

Target group: Very well qualified graduates with a first university degree (Bachelor or equivalent) who in the future want to actively contribute to the social and economic development of their home countries. The scholarships are offered both for young graduates without professional experience and for mid-career professionals.
What is fundable?
The scholarships are (generally) for two-year Master courses at a German institution of higher education. The successful candidates will study on one of the selected Master courses listed below. The courses have an international orientation and are taught in German and/or English. The scholarship holders will study in groups and be offered special tutoring at their host institutions. Furthermore, there is the possibility
of networking events for participants in different courses and their attendance at tailor-made summer-schools. Before taking up their Master studies the scholarship holders will be placed on German courses in Germany for normally 6 months (this also applies to scholarship holders in Master courses taught in English).
DAAD pays a monthly scholarship rate of currently 750 €. The scholarship also includes contributions to health insurance in Germany. In addition, DAAD grants an appropriate travel allowance as well as a study and research subsidy and in applicable cases rent subsidies and / or family allowances.
In addition to the study results achieved so far, the main criterion for selection is a convincing description of the subject-related and personal motivation for the study project in Germany and the expected benefit after the return to the home country.
For Master courses taught in German or in German and English, good knowledge of German (ideally at completed A 2 level at the time of application) is an advantage for being able to pass the German language test required for admission to the Master programme at the end of the six-month preparatory German course. For courses taught in English, proof of good knowledge of English (generally a minimum of 550 TOEFL scores or equivalent) is required. The university degree should have been obtained during the six years before the application for the scholarship. Applicants cannot be considered if they have been in Germany for more than one year at the time of application.
All Master courses have further additional requirements that must be fulfilled by the applicants at any case.
Application Application papers to be submitted include
· DAAD application form for research grants and study scholarships (please download here);
· Motivation Letter containing a precise description of the applicant’s academic / professional and personal reasons for wishing to participate in the programme;
· Full Curriculum Vitae including information about precise field of study and, if applicable, description of job experience;
· Recent language certificates giving evidence of your level of proficiency in English (TOEFL, IELTS) and if applicable in German. Please make sure to register in time for the respective tests. Fees for obtaining such certificates are considered as a personal career investment and will not be reimbursed.
· Two letters of recommendation by university professors and/or current or former employers;
· Officially authenticated copies of all certificates.
Further information about the papers to be submitted is listed on the application form which can be also obtained from the Internet (www.daad.de/en/form), from the diplomatic and consular representations of the Federal Republic of Germany or from the local DAAD lecturers, Offices or Information Centres. The application must be written in English or German. Papers should not be stapled and preferably be in DIN A4 format (or smaller).
DAAD cannot consider incomplete applications.
Applications have to be made for one of the Master courses listed below. You can indicate a second choice from the list. Studying on a Master course not included in the list cannot be funded within this programme.

The decision on the award of scholarships will be taken by a selection committee composed of professors from the Master courses and representatives of DAAD.
Deadline The complete set of application papers must be submitted by 15 August 2010 to the usual application address in your home country (in most cases the local DAAD or diplomatic representation).
You will find the exact address to which the application has to be submitted on the DAAD website at country specific information. You can also ask the German diplomatic and consular representations or the DAAD representatives in your home country. They can also provide addresses of other institutions in your country to which you could turn for information and advice. Contact and advice
Further information can be obtained from DAAD Section 444 ( public-policy@daad.deThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ).
List of Master courses in the PPGG programme
The following Master courses are funded in the PPGG programme:
Hertie School of Governance, Berlin: Master of Public Policy (MPP) (5 scholarships)
http://www.hertie-school.org/home.php?nav_id=1980
Contact persons: Ms Dr. Barbara Finke (finkehertie-school.org) and Mr Benjamin Steffen (steffenhertie-school.org)
University of Duisburg-Essen: MA Development and Governance (about 8-10 scholarships)
www.uni-due.de/politik/devgov.php contact person: Ms Verena Heuking (verena.heukinguni-due.de)
Willy Brandt School of Public Policy at the University of Erfurt: Master of Public Policy (MPP) (about 8-10 scholarships) http://www.brandtschool.de/master/
Contact person: Ms Kathrin Janisch (admissions-mppunierfurt.de) and in addition
MPP / Conflict Studies and Management Programme (CSMP) (up to 5 additional scholarships)
http://www.brandtschool.de/projects/conflict/
Contact person: Ms Silke Adamitza (silke.adamitzauni-erfurt.de)
Leuphana University of Lüneburg: Public Economics, Law and
Politics (PELP) (about 8-10 scholarships)
http://www.leuphana.de/graduate-school/die-masterprogramme/artssciences/ public-economics-law-and-politics-pelp.html Contact person: Prof. Dr. Maik Heinemann (heinemannuni.leuphana.de)
University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück: Master Management in Non-Profit Organisations (about 8-10 scholarships) http://www.wiso.fh-osnabrueck.de/master-npo.html
Contact person: Mr Fritz Matthäus ( matthaeus@wi.fh-osnabrueck.deThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ) University of Osnabrück: Master Democratic Governance and Civil Society (about 8-10 scholarships) http://www.politik.uni-osnabrueck.de/Teaching/MA_DRZG.htm Contact person: Prof. Dr. Roland Czada ( Roland.Czada@Uni-Osnabrueck.deThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it )
University of Passau: Governance and Public Policy (about 8-10 scholarships)
http://www.uni-passau.de/3263.html Contact persons: Prof. Dr. Winand Gellner (department4unipassau.de) and Mr Christian Dölle (christian.doelleuni-passau.de
University of Potsdam: Public Policy and Management (PPM) (about 8-10 scholarships)
http://www.uni-potsdam.de/pcpm/index.php?article_id=50&clang=1
Contact person: Ms Guila Carboni (carboniuni-potsdam.de)
Please make sure to scrutinize the admission requirements of the Master course of your choice. The DAAD scholarship will only come into effect if you will be admitted to the selected Master course. For this purpose you might be asked to submit further documents at a later stage of the process.

Makerere University and University of Sydney scholarships for postgraduate degree programmes

Makerere University is set to partner with the University of Sydney in the provision of scholarships for postgraduate degree programmes in areas of Public Health, Medicine as well as other disciplines in the Australian University.

This initiative forms part of the Australian Government’s undertaking to provide aid to Africa.

In this regard, a team from the University of Sydney met with the Vice-Chancellor Professor Venansius Baryamureeba at his office on Thursday 8th July, where they discussed possible scholarships in areas of Public Health and Medicine. Other areas expected to benefit from the scholarships are; Law, Conflict Studies, Mining, Agriculture, Public Sector Governance and Information Technology.

The Dean, Makerere University School of Public Health Dr. William Bazeyo hailed the University of Sydney for expanding on the number of scholarships. He also hoped that students from Makerere quickly embrace these opportunities so as to completely fill all the scholarship vacancies.

Professor Baryamureeba assured the delegation of his commitment to expedite all legal matters relating to production of a Memorandum of Understanding between the two Institutions. He also pledged to share the factors impeding the quick selection of candidates for scholarships with other Institutional heads at the Inter-University top management meeting. He hoped that this would alleviate all the hindering factors so as to accelerate the selection process and make maximum use of the higher education opportunities.

Kenya Airways Jobs Vacancy for Ugandans

POSITION: APPROVED AIRCRAFT TECHNICIAN / LICENSED ENGINEER 1

REPORTS TO: DUTY CONTROL ENGINEER/PRODUCTION ENGINEER

ROLE PURPOSE STATEMENT
Carry out inspection, repair and replacement tasks on aircraft and aircraft systems and perform certification within his/her single scope of approval in accordance with CAA regulations and the company procedures at optimized cost for the business whilst upholding high safety standards to maintain schedule integrity.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES/RESPONSIBILITIES
• Assess defect s on aircraft, troubleshoot, rectify and
• Certify within the single scope approval for timely release of aircraft to maintain schedule integrity
• Carry out scheduled maintenance checks and service bulletins and certify within the single scope approval for safe and timely release of aircraft within planned downtime for continued airworthiness.
• Carry out inspection, repair, replacement, overhaul, modification and testing of aircraft components and aircraft tools and certify within the component ata cluster approval for optimal turn around time to ensure continuous availability of serviceable component.
• Carry out and certify maintenance on cabin utilities and i.f.e systems for utmost customer satisfaction and comfort
• Identify and requisition of the required parts
• Carry out and certify duplicate inspections on safety critical systems of the aircraft and engines within the single scope approval to ensure system integrity
• Report incidents / accident occurrences as per company procedures
• Ensure that maintenance tasks carried out within the single scope approval are recorded accurately and signed for in order to maintain correct and up to date aircraft history /data
• Adhere to the company safety, health and environmental policy
• Co-ordinate aircraft towing to and from hangars by communicating with the tower / apron control and operating the necessary aircraft systems for safe and timely movement of the aircraft.
• Carry out security checks as per engineering security document annex 8.
• Develop technicians for improved competency/efficiency
• Work towards acquiring dual licences/approvals.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, EXPERIENCE
• Diploma in the relevant engineering discipline and an approved
• Diploma in the relevant engineering discipline and at least three
• Years working experience in aircraft maintenance
• Either single Iwtr plus approval on atleast one aircraft type (allowed to be called licensed engineer 1) or a transit approval on at least two a/c types or approval on one components ata cluster.
• Atleast two years as a technician
• Indepth knowledge on aircraft systems
• Proficiency in computer applications
• Knowledgeable on kcaa regulations
• Knowledgeable on kenya airways procedures
• Human factors knowledge

Key performance indicators
• Number of adds raised/cleared
• Number of incidents / accidents
• Quality audits
• Optimal material and resource usage
• Feedback from peers
• Licences and approvals

Competences
• Strong team player
• Proactive
• Work under time pressure to maintain flight schedules
• Have proven integrity, transparency and accountability
• Ability to handle multiple tasks without compromising
• Ability to work independently in hostile environment
• Strong interpersonal communication skills
Apply for this job

If you meet the above requirements apply to:

The Country Manager
Kenya Airways
P.O.BOX 6969 Kampala

Or apply on our website www.kenya-airways.com
To reach us not later than 20th October 2010

Human Rights Officer-Investigations Job Vacancy

Job title: Human Rights Officer-Investigations

Ref No: UHRC / RO /2 / 2010
Salary Scale: HR-OS-5
Age: 22 years and above

Main Purpose of the Job:
The HRO will be responsible to the Regional Human Rights Officer for effective and efficient implementation of activities of human rights protection and promotion in the region through the investigation function.

Minimum Qualifications:
(a) Applicants must be Uganda citizens holding a Bachelors Degree in any of the following areas; Social Work and Social Administration, Development Studies, Social Sciences, Bachelor of Arts (Arts, Education)
(b) Applicants should be able to demonstrate good communication, report writing and sensitization skills
(b) Applicants should be able to demonstrate good communication, report writing and sensitization skills.
(c) Experience in Human Rights work will be an added advantage.
(d) Applicants in possession of good computer application skills in Ms-Office with good moral character and integrity will have an added advantage.
(e) Volunteers who have served in the Commission for not less than six months are encouraged to apply.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The successful candidate will be responsible to the Regional Human Rights Officer for performing the following duties.
(a) Facilitating and carrying out systematic investigations of human rights violations in the region.
(b) Participation in mediation and counseling of complainants
(c) Receiving Complaints and attending to Complainants, (d ) Providing expertise in steering the investigation function in the region, (e) Participation in field activities outside the office such as inspection and monitoring visits. (0) Preparing progress reports of activities taking place in the region, (g) Preparing investigation reports on complaints that have been conclusively investigated, (h) Participation in training workshops organized at the regional Office. (1) Any other official duties assigned by the RHRO or the commission.
Apply for this job

How to apply:
Interested applicants are required to forward 2 copies of their applications together with detailed CV's, including two (2) competent referees with reliable telephone/ e-mail addresses photocopies of academic and professional certificates, not later than three (3) weeks from 11-10-2010


Applications should be sent to the following address;

The Secretary to the Commission
Uganda Human Rights Commission
PLOT 20/22/24 Buganda Road
P. O. Box 4929
Kampala
Tel: 256-41-348007/8, 233757,
Fax: 256-041-255261
E-mail uhrc@uhrc.ug
Website: htt://www.uhrc.ug

Only Short listed candidates will be contacted through their address

Human Rights Officer-Education Job Vacancy

Job title: Human Rights Officer-Education

Ref No: UHRC / RO /3 / 2010
Salary Scale: HR-OS-5
Age: 22 years and above

Main Purpose of the Job:
The HRO will be responsible to the Regional Human Rights Officer for effective and efficient implementation of activities of human rights protection and promotion in the region through the Education function.

Qualifications:
Applicants must be Uganda citizens holding any Bachelors Degree in any of the following areas; Social Work and Social Administration, Development Studies, Social Sciences,
Bachelor of Arts (Arts, Education)
A post Graduate qualification in Education will be an added advantage.

Duties and Responsibilities:
(a) Identifying and assessing the needs for human rights sensitization and civic education of various organizations, institutions, groups and individuals within the Region,
(b) Participating in designing Training of Trainers (TOT) Programmes for selected Organizations/ Institutions.
(c) Co-ordinating and overseeing the Human Rights Sensitization and Civic Education Programmes in the Region with all stakeholders, and local and international partners, including other constitutional bodies; government departments, institutions and agencies; development partners; international agencies; and NGOs.
(d) Organizing, on regular basis, the publication of Human Rights Education. Materials (such as position papers, Workshop Reports and Research' Findings; In older to build capacity.
(e) Carrying out research and co-coordinating research activities into human rights issues and providing human rights information in the Region
(f) Participating in developing Annual and Quarterly Work Plans and Budgets for the Regional Office Human Rights Education and Training Programmes and Activities.
(g) Writing and submitting Activity Reports in time.
(h) Being in charge of the Regional Office Library and Documentation Centre (LDC) (i) Carrying out other Duties and Responsibilities as may be assigned by the supervisor
Apply for this job

How to apply:
Interested applicants are required to forward 2 copies of their applications together with detailed CV's, including two (2) competent referees with reliable telephone/ e-mail addresses photocopies of academic and professional certificates, not later than three (3) weeks from 11-10-2010


Applications should be sent to the following address;

The Secretary to the Commission
Uganda Human Rights Commission
PLOT 20/22/24 Buganda Road
P. O. Box 4929
Kampala
Tel: 256-41-348007/8, 233757,
Fax: 256-041-255261
E-mail uhrc@uhrc.ug
Website: htt://www.uhrc.ug

Only Short listed candidates will be contacted through their addresses.

Uganda Human Rights Commission Jobs Vacancies

Job title: Human Rights Officer- Legal

Ref No: UHRC/RO /4/2010
Salary Scale: HR-OS-5
Age: 22 years and above

Main Purpose of the Job:
Main Purpose of the Job:
The HRO will be responsible to the Regional Human Rights Officer for effective and efficient implementation of activities of human rights protection and promotion in the region through the legal function.

Qualifications:
Must hold a Bachelors Degree in law from a recognizable Institution, Post graduate diploma in legal practice is a must, Must be enrolled as an advocate of the High Court of Uganda, Must be proficient in computer operations especially MS office
Should have been involved with human rights work for at least six months

Duties and responsibilities:
(a) Writing legal opinions on investigated complaints;
(b) Drafting correspondences including caution letters;
(c) Litigating complaints before the Commission
(d) Tribunal as Commission counsel;
(e) Mediating complaints;
(f) Giving legal advice to complainants;
(g) Compiling progress reports;
(h) Conducting legal and human rights research;
(I) Any other duties that may be assigned by the supervisor
Apply for this job

How to apply:
Interested applicants are required to forward 2 copies of their applications together with detailed CV's, including two (2) competent referees with reliable telephone/ e-mail addresses photocopies of academic and professional certificates, not later than three (3) weeks from 11-10-2010


Applications should be sent to the following address;

The Secretary to the Commission
Uganda Human Rights Commission
PLOT 20/22/24 Buganda Road
P. O. Box 4929
Kampala
Tel: 256-41-348007/8, 233757,
Fax: 256-041-255261
E-mail uhrc@uhrc.ug
Website: htt://www.uhrc.ug

Uganda Human Rights Commission Jobs -Assistant Accountant Vacancy

Position: Assistant Accountant
Ref No: UHRC / RO /5/2010
Salary Scales: HR-OS-6
Age: 20 years and above

Main Purpose of the Job:
The Assistant Accountant will be responsible to the Regional Human Rights Officer for effective and efficient implementation of activities of handling finances in the region through the accounts function.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The job holder will be responsible to the RHRO in the day to day management of the Region's financial resources but also has a line reporting relationship to the Project -Accountant and GOU - Accountant at head office in performing his/her duties which includes the following:
(a) Preparing activity work plans and providing technical input in the budget preparation processes at the regional office.
(b) Processing of payments for activities including withdrawals, banking and issuing out payments to facilitate field activities.
(c) Maintenance of an up-to-date stores inventory and records.
(d) Maintenance of up-to-date accounts records and accounts books, including writing vouchers, posting cash books, bank reconciliation and writing ledger records for activities of the region.
(e) Maintenance and issue of cash imprest and micro-
(f) Any other official duties assigned from time to time.

Minimum Qualifications and Experience:
Applicants must be Ugandans in possession of minimum of the, fallowing, qualifications; A (diploma in Business Studies, Accounts, or Business Administration with Accounts as an option Obtained from a recognized and reputable institution. Equivalent levels of Accounting Professional qualifications will also be considered.

Experience and knowledge: (a) Prior Accounting experience of at least 2 years in a related field, (b) Knowing of GOU - Accounting practices and procedures, (c ) Knowledge of relevant accounting packages.
Apply for this job

How to apply:
Interested applicants are required to forward 2 copies of their applications together with detailed CV's, including two (2) competent referees with reliable telephone/ e-mail addresses photocopies of academic and professional certificates, not later than three (3) weeks from 11-10-2010


Applications should be sent to the following address;

The Secretary to the Commission
Uganda Human Rights Commission
PLOT 20/22/24 Buganda Road
P. O. Box 4929
Kampala
Tel: 256-41-348007/8, 233757,
Fax: 256-041-255261
E-mail uhrc@uhrc.ug
Website: htt://www.uhrc.ug

Only Short listed candidates will be contacted through their addresses.

Uganda Human Rights Commission Jobs -Assistant Administrator Vacancy

Position: Assistant Administrator
(Fort Portal Regional Office
Ref No: UHRC/RO /7/2010
Salary Scale: HR-OS-7

Minimum qualifications required:
i) Ordinary level certificate with at least two (2) credits including

Minimum qualifications required:
i) Ordinary level certificate with at least two (2) credits including
English Language and 3 passes, ii) UNEB Certificate or Diploma in Secretarial Studies or equivalent qualifications from a recognized institution in the following subjects.
• Business Communication stage II.
• Typewriting Stage II (40 wpm).
• Shorthand stage II (80/90 WPM).
• Office Practice I I/Secretarial Duties II. iii) Computer Skills using Word Processing and ExceI Packages
iv) Fluent in English with good writing skills v) The following will be an added advantage
Principles of Accounts stage II, Economics II or Commerce II,
• Computer skills using several packages like spread sheets, data-base management
• knowledge of using various office machines like fax, photocopiers and audio equipment


Duties and Responsibilities:
The incumbent will be responsible to the RHRO for performing the following duties;
(a) Drawing up and monitoring appointments.
(b) Taking dictation, transcribing and presenting accurate and error free work
(c) Attending to callers, either in person or on telephone
(d) Ensuring timely responses to inquiries and correspondences to and from the office, (e) Receiving incoming mail and supervising the dispatch of Drafting letters of routine nature.
(f)Providing Office Managerial Services which include.
(g)Ensuring cleanliness and orderliness of the office.
(h)Managing records in accordance with established security and records management procedures
(j) Requisitioning and managing office stationery and equipment
(k) Managing the office filing system including opening, indexing, storage, retrieving, moving and recording of
(I) Maintaining files in proper order and classification and in accordance with secrecy and office procedures.
(m) Arranging for meetings and taking minutes.
(n) Carrying out any other duties and responsibilities assigned from time to time by a responsible Officer,
Apply for this job

How to apply:
Interested applicants are required to forward 2 copies of their applications together with detailed CV's, including two (2) competent referees with reliable telephone/ e-mail addresses photocopies of academic and professional certificates, not later than three (3) weeks from 11-10-2010


Applications should be sent to the following address;

The Secretary to the Commission
Uganda Human Rights Commission
PLOT 20/22/24 Buganda Road
P. O. Box 4929
Kampala
Tel: 256-41-348007/8, 233757,
Fax: 256-041-255261
E-mail uhrc@uhrc.ug
Website: htt://www.uhrc.ug

Only Short listed candidates will be contacted through their addresse

Office Assistant Jobs Vacancy - Uganda Human Rights Commission

Job Title: Office Assistant
Ref No: UHRC / RO /8/ 2010
Age: 20 to 40 years

Main purpose of the job:
Ensuring that the offices are well attended to and provide messenger services to the Commission Members and staff.

Minimum Qualifications:
UCE certificate with at least 4 passes and a credit in English. Qualifications in customer care / hospitality and or, office management will be added advantages

Duties and responsibilities:
(a) Receiving and delivering mail, documents, equipment and files, within and outside the Commission
(b) Moving and carrying objects or equipment between offices or to vehicles
(c) Liaising with the cleaners to ensure that the entire Commission premises both outside and inside are clean and providing hygienic working conditions
(d) Ensuring that offices are properly closed, locked and secured at the end of the working day and at the end of the working week.
(e) Assisting with the photocopying and binding of commission documents
(f) Ensuring that proper authorization exists for moving objects and equipment outside the Commission
(g) Attending to the needs of the kitchen, preparing and serving tea and refreshments to staff and at meetings.
(h) Obtaining money for the purchase of required supplies
(I) Washing and storing under lock and key all appliances
(h) Obtaining money for the purchase of required supplies
(I) Washing and storing under lock and key ail appliances and supplies used in serving of refreshments.
(j) Carrying out any other duties and responsibilities assigned by the supervisor
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How to apply:
Interested applicants are required to forward 2 copies of their applications together with detailed CV's, including two (2) competent referees with reliable telephone/ e-mail addresses photocopies of academic and professional certificates, not later than three (3) weeks from 11-10-2010


Applications should be sent to the following address;

The Secretary to the Commission
Uganda Human Rights Commission
PLOT 20/22/24 Buganda Road
P. O. Box 4929
Kampala
Tel: 256-41-348007/8, 233757,

Driving Jobs at Uganda Human Rights Commission

Job Title: Driver
Ref No: UHRC/RO /9/2010
Age: 20 to 40 years

Main purpose of the job:
A driver is responsible for the driving of the Commission's vehicle, ensuring the safety of passengers and for maintaining the vehicle clan and in proper working conditions.

Required qualifications:
Minimum of Ordinary level certificate with at least four passes including the English Language
A valid Driving Permit
Proficiency Test Certificate from a responsible body
At least five years accident free proven experience with a reputable organization / institution.

Duties and responsibilities:
(a) Driving the vehicle as required, ensuring the safety of its passengers and contents
(b) Ensuring that the vehicle is kept clean and tidy
(c) Reporting when the vehicle is due for servicing and repairs .
(d) Keeping and having safe custody of the vehicle
(e) Maintaining the log book for duties at the work station and in the field.
(f) Complying with traffic regulations and procedures
(g) Ensuing that the vehicle is fuelled at all the time, that they have the correct levels of lubricants and that the tires have the recommended pressure levels Assisting with the delivering of messages and documents Carrying out any other duties and responsibilities Assigned by the supervisor

Minimum qualifications:
UCE certificate Valid driving permit
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How to apply:
Interested applicants are required to forward 2 copies of their applications together with detailed CV's, including two (2) competent referees with reliable telephone/ e-mail addresses photocopies of academic and professional certificates, not later than three (3) weeks from 11-10-2010


Applications should be sent to the following address;

The Secretary to the Commission
Uganda Human Rights Commission
PLOT 20/22/24 Buganda Road
P. O. Box 4929
Kampala
Tel: 256-41-348007/8, 233757,
Fax: 256-041-255261
E-mail uhrc@uhrc.ug
Website: htt://www.uhrc.ug

Only Short listed candidates will be contacted through their addresses.

Total Uganda Jobs and Vacancies

Job Title: Lubricants Sales Officer
Reports: Specialties Manager

Qualifications and Special skills required
• Bachelors degree in a science discipline
• Proven ability to achieve sales targets
• Computer Literacy
• Good knowledge of lubricating oils and products
• Experience in a sales/commercial environment will be an added advantage
• Good communication and interpersonal skills
• Valid and clean driving license.

Experience
At least 2 years sales experience in a related field with a reputable organization


Primary Responsibilities

•Promote sales of Total Lubricants on the Reseller Channels through distributors, lube agents and garages
• Develop a cordial business relationship with resellers and garages
• Regular visits to nation wide resellers and garages
• Dispatch promotion items, giveaways and uniforms to resellers
• Prospect and develop lubricant sales and expand customer base for Lubricants in the reseller market
• Propose branding of garages and reseller points
• Organize training of resellers, their staff and mechanics on product knowledge and lubricants selling skills
• Carry out any other duties as assigned by the Sales and Marketing Manager through the section head.
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Handwritten applications naming two references and detailed up-to-date curriculum vitae should be addressed or delivered to the under-mentioned, to reach her not later than Wednesday 20th October 2010.

The Human Resource and Administration Manager
TOTAL Uganda Limited
Plot 4, 8th Street Industrial Area
P. 0. Box 3079,
KAMPALA.

Please note that only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Ministry of Agriculture Animal Industry and Fisheries Jobs- INFORMATION/DATA ANALYST Vacancy

POST: INFORMATION/DATA ANALYST
Age: 20 - 45 Years
Salary scale: U5

Minimum Qualifications:
Applicants should be Ugandans holding diploma in Information Technology (IT), Computer Science or statistics. Certificates in STATA or CS Pro will be an added advantage.

Duties: The successful candidate will be responsible to the Project Coordinator in performance of the following duties: Taking the overall responsibility of analyzing, interpreting and writing reports pertaining to the data entered and analyzed.
ii. Facilitating the dissemination of information of regulation unit activities by local and international media through various communication channels such as radio/TV broad casting, feature writing and press releases,
ill. Facilitate networking and creating awareness of best practices for value added product production and marketing.
iv. Upgrading the Department of Fisheries Resources website through promoting use of innovative approaches to website interaction.
v. Any other duty assigned.
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The Permanent secretary wishes to invite suitably qualifies candidates to fill the following vacant posts at the secretariat. Applications should be filled on Public Service form 3 (Revised) and submitted to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture, animal Industry and Fisheries P.O. Box 2, Entebbe not later than 29th October 2010. The forms can be obtained from the Public Service Commission, Ministry of Agriculture Headquarters and government ministries and departments. Applicants who will not hear from the ministry on completion of the recruitment and selection exercise should consider themselves unsuccessful.

Ministry of Agriculture Jobs Vacancy

Post: LABORATORY TECHNICIANS
Salary Scale: U7 Age:-20-40 Years
Minimum Qualifications:
Applicants should be Ugandans holding a diploma in Science Laboratory technology or food processing. Training in food analysis and good laboratory practices (GLP) and training or experience in ISO/IEC 17025:2005 requirements and quality control and good computer skills are desirable.

Duties:

The successful candidate will be responsible to the Laboratory Manager in performance of the following duties:
i. Performing sample analysis
ii. Prepare media and perform for analysis,
iii. Responsible for routine equipment checks
iv. Any other duty assigned.
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The Permanent secretary wishes to invite suitably qualifies candidates to fill the following vacant posts at the secretariat. Applications should be filled on Public Service form 3 (Revised) and submitted to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture, animal Industry and Fisheries P.O. Box 2, Entebbe not later than 29th October 2010. The forms can be obtained from the Public Service Commission, Ministry of Agriculture Headquarters and government ministries and departments. Applicants who will not hear from the ministry on completion of the recruitment and selection exercise should consider themselves unsuccessful.

TechnoServe Jobs- SENIOR BUSINESS MANAGER Vacancy

Job Title: SENIOR BUSINESS MANAGER - FRUIT PROGRAM MANAGER

Organization Overview:
TechnoServe is an international non-profit economic development organization whose mission is to help entrepreneurial men and women in poor areas of the developing world to build businesses that create income, Opportunity and economic growth for their families, their communities and their countries. Our approach is based on hiring high-performing people who share our vision of private sector solutions that create long-term transformation in people's lives. For more information, please visit our website www.technoserve.org

TechnoServe is looking for a Senior Business Manager for its fruit program which is being implemented in Eastern Uganda. The fruits of focus are mango and passion fruit. The program aims to improve the incomes of 17,000 small-scale mango and passion fruit farmers by organizing them to effectively bulk and market fruits for processing into pulp and for sale to fresh fruit markets. The program will improve the capacity of the farmers to produce the right quality of fruit as demanded by diverse market segments and increase their ability to benefit from business development services being promoted by the project.

Position Summary:
Reporting to the Country Director, the Senior Business Manager's roles and responsibilities will be:
• Lead and manage TechnoServe's components of the fruit program initiative in Uganda
• Manage project staff, including Senior Business Advisors and Business Advisors
• Project and financial management, reporting, training and supervision of the project staff
• Alignment of volume objectives with fruit processing SMEs and fresh produce wholesalers
• Fresh produce market and producer organization development
• Build partnerships with private sector buyers, SME fruit processors, and government and development institutions
• Coordinate project activities, manage technical inputs and identify strategies to effective execution of project objectives.

Qualification and Experience:
This position seeks an agribusiness and/or private sector development professional. This is a senior position in the organization and applicants should have 7+ years of progressive senior experience in private sector development, program management, economic development, management consultancy, agro-processing operations and marketing in a reputable development/private sector environment.

• Bachelor's Degree (Masters preferred) in business, commerce, food technology, agriculture, science or any related field
• Demonstrable experience in senior program management and team leadership
• Experience in developing effective execution strategies
• Excellent oral and written presentation skills in English
• Demonstrable experience developing complex client business plans

The successful candidate for this position will be one who is passionate about helping people; believes in hard work, has strong work ethics, good communication skills and capable of effectively leading a diverse team for collective success. The position is based in Mbale with frequent travels.
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If you are interested and you meet the requirements, apply by EMAIL ONLY to the Country Director, at: jobs@technoserve.org.ug with the position title placed in the subject line and on the application letter. Send ONLY your application letter and resume with names and telephone contacts of three professional referees. All applications must be received by close of business Wednesday, October 27, 2010.

Note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Those who previously applied need not re-apply.

National Social Security Fund (NSSF) Jobs- FINANCIAL CONTROLLER Vacancy

JOB TITLE: FINANCIAL CONTROLLER
REPORTS TO: CHIEF FINANCE OFFICER

MAIN DUTIES:
The jobholder is responsible for preparing financial statements and ensuring that all matters relating to financial accounting, taxation, general ledger and regulatory reporting are undertaken in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and other regulatory requirements.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE JOB:
• Prepare daily trial balance, monthly and annual financial statements in accordance with statutory, International Financial Reporting Standards and internal procedures.
• Oversee the management of fixed assets and maintenance of the fixed asset register.
• Prepare the monthly Bank of Uganda reports.
• Oversee the preparation of all reconciliations.
• Ensure that payable ad receivable accounts are properly analyzed and obligations are settled promptly
• Compute all statutory deductions and ensures that returns and remittances are submitted to the statutory bodies in accordance with statutory requirements.
• Ensure that adequate financial information systems that satisfy the reporting needs of the Fund are in place.
• lmprove the understanding of financial management issues by Staff,' Business Units/Branch Managers, and other Managers within the Fund.
• Ensure that adequate accounting records are maintained. .
• Coordinates annual external audit exercise.
• Supervises staff in the section.
• Deputizes the Chief Finance Officer.

PERSON SPECIFICATIONS Desirable Competencies
• . Data management skills
• Strong analytical and financial analysis skills
• Financial modeling skills
• Advanced computer skills
• Oral and written communication skills
• Excellent report writing skills
• Sound judgment and decision making skills
• Planning and organizational skills
• Strong negotiation skills

QUALIFICATIONS:
A finance related degree and professional accounting qualification such as CPA, ACCA, CIMA.

EXPERIENCE Applicants should have:
At least 5 years working experience a large financial institution. 3 years should be in a senior position.

REMUNERATION:
This is a senior position and an attractive remuneration package commensurate with the position will be offered to the successful candidate.
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APPLICATIONS:
Interested persons should submit their applications to Chief Human Capital Officer, NSSF along with their detailed Curriculum Vitae and copies of academic transcripts/certificates; 0 and A Level certificates electronically to recruit@nssfug.org by 5pm Monday 25thOctober 2010.

Please note that all academic papers will be submitted to relevant authorities for validation before any job offer.

GRANTS OFFICER Job Vacancy

Job Title: GRANTS OFFICER

Job Summary:
Reporting to the Grants Manager, she / he supports the Grants Manager in all aspects related to implementing STAR-EC'S grants strategy, including the issuance of requests for applications, ensuring compliance of STAR-EC/ JSI internal policies and monitoring of grantee activities. The Grants Officer has primary responsibility for reviewing grantee financial reports for accuracy and integrity, and for informing the Grants Manager and Director for Finance and Administration of any problems or irregularities.

Key Result Areas:
• Due diligence assessments of prospective grantees.
• Completion of monthly /quarterly financial reviews tor all grantees.
• Ensuring timely, accurate, consistent reporting by grantees.
• Provide on job orientation of partner finance staff specifically, the Grants Officer shall:
• Coordinate the solicitation and contracting process for CSO grants
• Participate in review and evaluation of grant applications from Civil
• . Participate in review of work plans and follow up of fund disbursements to local governments.
• Conduct background checks for final applicants of STAR-EC grants and grants' related services
• Provide technical assistance and training to partners on completing reporting requirements.
• Establish tools to track supervision visits to partners and provide necessary updates to technical teams
• Contribute to STAR-EC quarterly and annual plans and reports, both financial and programmatic
• Carry out any other duties assigned.

Position and Person Specifications:
Education:
• University Degree in Business Administration, Commerce,
• Economics, Finance and Accounting. Or finance / accounting professional qualifications

Experience:
• Program experience of at least 3 years minimum in Grants Management in Uganda.
• Three years of professional experience working with a donor agency or non-governmental organization

Specific Knowledge or Skills Required
1. Sound working knowledge on financial management;
2. Excellent interpersonal, supervisory and organizational skills
3. Excellent management skills and ability to attend 10 details.
4. Strong skills in teamwork, networking, facilitation, strategic thinking,
5. Experience in training and participatory learning methodologies;

Personal Qualities
5. High level of integrity
6. Commitment to working as part of a team to address Uganda's challenges in the health and HIV/AIDS sectors;
7. Ability to work on own Initiative, proactive altitude and a team player
8. Willing to work with minimum supervision
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Contact
To apply please submit a CV and cover letter with 3 work-related references including copies of certificates to the address or e-mail below.
Depending on the position you are applying for, all applications must be clearly marked: "STAR-EC plus the name of the position, E-mails must not exceed 2 MB.

Closing date: 22nd October 2010, 5:00 PM

Any form of lobbying will lead to automatic disqualification.
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The Director General
Uganda Management Institute
Plot 44 - 52 Jinja Road
P. 0. Box 20131 KAMPALA
Tel: 259722/ 265139/ 265140/ 265138
Fax No. 259581
Email: admin@umi.ac.ug

Uganda Management Institute Jobs- ACCOUNTANT Vacancy

POSITION: ACCOUNTANT

Job Summary
Under direct supervision of Senior Accountant, the Accountant plays an integral role in carrying out the STAR-EC accounting function in order to ensure the timely, accurate reporting of STAR-EC financial and accounting information.

Key Result Areas
• To prepare and maintain accounting records, monthly reports and following up financial transactions with outside agencies and vendors.
• To disburse funds related to project activities in a reliable, timely way while ensuring proper accountability. Specific duties are to:
• Ensure safe custody of an adequate petty cash float, to be issued in accordance with STAR-EC policies and procedures.
• Prepare payment vouchers and cheques, code and post all financial transactions in Quick Books.
• Carry out cash disbursements during Trainings and other Technical activities
• Maintain the Travel Float, to be issued in accordance with STAR-EC policies and procedures. Arrange for timely replenishment and month end close-out of float after review by the Senior Accountant
• Assist the Senior Accountant to compile monthly VAT Claims to be submitted lo USAID
• In consultation with the Senior Accountant, he / she tracks monthly advances to be finally submitted lo FM for further action
• Any other duty that may be assigned by the Senior Accountant or FM

Person and Job Specifications Education
B.Ccm, BBA, Bachelor of Accounts Finance or equivalent and partial professional qualification at Level 2 (ACCA.CPA).

Experience
1. At least three years work experience in financial management. Experi¬ence of accounting of International Donors program funds
2. Familiarity with USAID regulations and procedures desirable but not mandatory

Specific Knowledge or Skills Required

1. Financial/accounting background
2. Knowledge of Quick Books is a MUST and proficiency with Excel
3. Excellent written and oral communication skills
4. Demonstrated excellent interpersonal skills
5. Ability to pay attention to detail
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To apply please submit a CV and cover letter with 3 work-related references including copies of certificates to the address or e-mail below.
Depending on the position you are applying for, all applications must be clearly marked: "STAR-EC plus the name of the position, E-mails must not exceed 2 MB.

Closing date: 22nd October 2010, 5:00 PM

Any form of lobbying will lead to automatic disqualification.
Send your application to the address below

The Director General
Uganda Management Institute
Plot 44 - 52 Jinja Road
P. 0. Box 20131 KAMPALA
Tel: 259722/ 265139/ 265140/ 265138
Fax No. 259581
Email: admin@umi.ac.ug

Uganda Management Institute Jobs HIV/AIDS SPECIALIST Vacancy

Job title: HIV/AIDS SPECIALIST

Job Summary
Reporting to the Deputy Chief of Party- Technical, the HIV and AIDS Special¬ist performs a full range of tasks related to providing technical support to public health units and Civil Society Organizations (implementing partners) through capacity building aimed at implementation of HIV and AIDS prevention activities in accordance with PEPFAR and National guidelines.

Key Result Areas:
• Carryout continuous capacity building of civil society organizations and health units through training and close monitoring to support the effec¬tive implementation of HIV and AIDS prevention activities in accordance with national and PEPFAR guidelines.
• Collaborate with other HIV/AIDS programs in the East-Central region regarding the progress of the STAR-EC program to foster their support and cooperation.
• Monitor and evaluate STAR-EC field activities with supervision from and close collaboration with the Deputy Chief of Party-Technical, other STAR-EC Technical and Strategic Information staff,

Specific duties shall include:
• Carry out capacity building for Civil Society Organizations and health facilities to enable them to plan and implement effective HIV/AIDS pre¬vention activities in accordance with National and PEPFAR guidelines.
• Provide technical input in the review of proposals from civil society organizations and participate in field assessments, monitoring, and mentoring/on-site support to partners. He/she will participate in training or mentoring teams at district and health facility levels to ensure that quality Safe male circumcision (SMC) services are delivered
• Lead person in the development and implementation of interventions to address prevention needs of vulnerable and most at risk groups includ¬ing out-of-school-youth, commercial sex workers, fisher-folk, discordant couples, people with disability and migrant populations.
• Participate in HIV/AIDS prevention policy dialogue and planning/stake-" holder fora, and dissemination of best practices to the project.
• Participate in developing data collection tools; gathering, analyzing data and reporting to MEEPP and USAID. In particular, work with Strategic Information department and MoH to develop and implement systems to efficiently and effectively monitor and evaluate the scale-up of SMC activities
• Prepare programmatic documentation, including the timely submission of Progress reports to USAID.
• Together with the Training Coordinator, he/she plans and coordinates training activities for STAR-EC partners and ensures post training support to service providers.
• Carry out other tasks and assignments as required by Senior Management.

Job and Person specifications Education
• A medical professional or social worker with strong HIV/AIDS and TB experience
• Masters in Public Health or equivalent qualification is preferable Experience
• Experience working with non-governmental organizations and community-based organizations
• Experience working with district and health center level health workers for at least three years
• Experience in SRH/HIV programming across the areas of adolescent health, condom education and promotion; prevention with people living with HIV and AIDS; and prevention of STIs
• Experience working with donor-funded projects with knowledge of
Specific Knowledge or Skills Required
• Proven organization capability, good analytical and familiarity with program monitoring and evaluation methodologies and tools,
• Strong leadership skills and ability to work with multi-disciplinary, results-driven teams and workgroups
• Excellent interpersonal, communication and problem solving skills,
• Strong skills in teamwork, networking, facilitation, strategic thinking.
• Strong knowledge of HIV/AIDS or infectious diseases programming
• Detailed knowledge of the range of HIV prevention programs, policies, regulations and precedents
• Excellent Oral and written communication presentations

Personal Qualities
1. A proven ability to work harmoniously as part of a team to establish and maintain effective working relationships with diverse stakeholders at the national, district and community levels
2. Well motivated, committed and able to work on own initiative / proactive attitude.
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To apply please submit a CV and cover letter with 3 work-related references including copies of certificates to the address or e-mail below.
Depending on the position you are applying for, all applications must be clearly marked: "STAR-EC plus the name of the position, E-mails must not exceed 2 MB.

Closing date: 22nd October 2010, 5:00 PM

Any form of lobbying will lead to automatic disqualification.
Send your application to the address below

The Director General
Uganda Management Institute
Plot 44 - 52 Jinja Road
P. 0. Box 20131 KAMPALA
Tel: 259722/ 265139/ 265140/ 265138
Fax No. 259581
Email: admin@umi.ac.ug

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