International NGO Jobs Vacancy in Uganda

Job Title: Head of Mission

NGO: Avocats Sans Frontières (ASF)

SF is an independent non-governmental organisation. Its mission is to independently contribute to the creation of fair and equitable societies through the promotion of access to justice, in which the law and its institutions serve society's most vulnerable groups. The organisation aims to realise this objective through field interventions in the field of law in general, and in the area of legal and judicial assistance in particular. ASF has its headquarters in Brussels and currently implements long-term projects in Burundi, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Uganda and Nepal.

Closing date: 15 Dec 2010

Location: Uganda - Kampala


Duties and responsibilities

The Head of Mission works under the supervision of the Great Lakes Regional Coordinator and, for administrative (including human resources), financial and logistical matters, directly under the supervision of the Admin and Finance Director. She/He determines ASF Uganda's operational strategy with respect to the Organisation's vision and objectives as defined by ASF Uganda's strategic plan. She/He is responsible for the proper management of existing projects and the development of new programmes through an analysis of the context, needs and funding opportunities. She/He is also responsible for the proper management of administrative and financial matters for ASF Uganda.

* Supervise the implementation of ASF projects and ensure that they achieve their objectives

* Oversee the proposal and preparation of project grants and follow up with donors

* Ensure the quality of financial and progress reports and transmit such reports to donors within the agreed timeframes

* Analyse the legal, political, economic and social context of the country so as to determine appropriate strategic intervention

* Propose projects for intervention and oversee the drafting of new project proposals in accordance with the needs identified in ASF Uganda's Plan of Action

* Develop and maintain good working relationships with donors and undertake all necessary negotiations on future programmes

* Represent ASF at meetings with local and national authorities, donors, local and international NGOs and establish a network with NGOs involved in justice

* Lead and coach ASF Uganda's team, ensure the effectiveness and efficiency of the mission's structure and revise according to the programme needs

* Regularly analyse the context, identify risks and review security rules accordingly

* Ensure sound administrative, financial and logistical management of ASF Uganda in compliance with ASF and donor procedures and national regulations

* Regularly check the budgetary coverage of the mission and ensure that projects are implemented within their budget

* Validate projected cash applications, financial reports to be provided to headquarters and to donors

* Ensure regular monitoring of the use of resources

Requirements

Essential

* At least 3 years of project management experience (including financial and human resources management), preferably with an international legal development organisation or NGO

* Work experience in developing countries

* Strong networking skills and ability to engage in consultative and partnership processes with local stakeholders and government officials

* Experience of fundraising and establishing/maintaining donor relations

* Excellent written and oral skills

* Organisational skills and ability to deal with heavy and diverse workloads and deadlines

* Sound judgment, maturity, patience and flexibility

* Ability to work with people of different cultures

* Fluency in written and spoken English and French is required

* Good computer skills, inc. Excel

Desirable

* Degree in law from a recognized university

* Work experience as a lawyer

* Work experience in the Great Lakes Region

* Driving license

Conditions

* 1 year contract, renewable

* Monthly gross salary: between € 2282 and € 2791 depending on experience

* Per diem: € 558 per month

* Accommodation allowance, vehicle and repatriation insurance provided by ASF

* Health, invalidity and medical care insurance at the expatriate's expense

* 25 days of paid annual leave

How to apply

Send your application (CV and cover letter + date of availability) in English by 15 December 2010 to asf.job@gmail.com (please mention “HOM Uganda” in the subject of your email).

Reference Code: RW_8BPGM8-11

UN Jobs in Uganda (MONUC)

Job Title: Chief, Regional Service Center, D-1
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 26 Dec 2010
DATE OF ISSUANCE: 26 Nov 2010
ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: United Nations Organization Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo
DUTY STATION: Entebbe
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 10-ADM-MONUC-425053-R-ENTEBBE
Remuneration
Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits package is offered.

United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Responsibilities
# Within delegated authority, the Director, Mission Support is responsible for the following functions:The Chief is responsible for achieving RSC operational targets as mandated by the RSC Steering Committee; developing a service optimisation programme to ensure systematic improvement in the quality of services and cost containment and developing and validating performance management tools.
# Contributes to the implementation of the RSC mandate by providing the necessary management, logistical and administrative support required for the fulfilment of the mandate, including in such areas as budget, finance, human resources management, logistics, communications, transport, air operations, etc.
# Plans, organizes, implements, manages and oversees the activities of all RSC administrative and logistical support components. Advise the RSC Steering Committee to suggest appropriate actions and plans to further develop the RSC to meet its primary objective: the consolidation of administrative and support functions from geographically grouped field missions into a stand-alone regional centre (RSC), whose main function is to deliver services to field missions in the region efficiently and effectively.
# In coordination with the regional Directors and Chiefs Mission Support (regional DMS/CMSs), the Chief RSC is responsible for the coordination of inputs to the RSC Missions’ budget submissions ensuring adequate provision is made to meet resource requirements. Supervise the work of the RSC components in the development of the results-based budgeting (RBB) frameworks that accurately reflect the mandate of the RSC vis-à-vis the regional missions it serves in the respective mission budgets.
# Provides effective management of RSC human, financial and material resources. Tracks, certifies, and systematically reports on RSC expenditures.
# Provides quarterly updates through the RSC Executive Secretary to the Assistant-Secretary-General, Department of Field Support on achievements and performance of the RSC in the context of the Global Field Support Strategy; including providing relevant performance data and analysis for the review of legislative bodies (General Assembly).
# Responsible for coherent communications structures and systems through the development and implementation of an RSC communications plan to ensure that appropriate information is delivered to RSC mission stakeholders and staff and adequate feedback is obtained. He/she is the focal point for communication with the RSC Steering Committee reporting through the RSC Executive Secretary. He/she is the focal point for control of code cables and related traffic and coordinating responses on the RSC to enquiries from DFS, DPKO, DPA or other United Nations Offices. Provides briefings to visiting senior officials on RSC administrative and technical regional mission support activities.
# Provide guidance on United Nations rules and procedures together with the regional DMS/CMSs; responsible for coordination of policy and implementation among the various components of the RSC and liaison with the MONUSCO Entebbe Support Base (MONUSCO ESB) senior leadership and staff; ensure that advice and information is coordinated with all relevant components of the regional missions serviced by the RSXC through their respective DMS/CMSs prior to submission the RSC Steering Committee; focal point for all sensitive personnel and management issues as well as for contacts with the Office of Internal Oversight Services and the Resident Auditor(s).
# Together with the Chief MONUSCO ESB, liaises, negotiates and coordinates with national authorities with respect to administrative and logistical matters. Perform other related duties as required.


Other Skills

The United Nations shall place no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. (Charter of the United Nations - Chapter 3, article 8). English and French are the two working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. The United Nations Secretariat is a non-smoking environment.THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE AT ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS (APPLICATION, INTERVIEW MEETING, PROCESSING, TRAINING OR ANY OTHER FEES). THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CONCERN ITSELF WITH INFORMATION ON BANK ACCOUNTS.PLEASE NOTE THAT APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AFTER THE DEADLINE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
How to apply

All applicants are strongly encouraged to apply online as soon as possible after the vacancy has been posted and well before the deadline stated in the vacancy announcement. Because applications submitted by United Nations (UN) staff members are considered first, provided the eligibility requirements set out in ST/AI/2006/3 are met and the application is submitted in a timely fashion, staff members should apply within 15-day or 30-day mark.

Online applications will be acknowledged where an email address has been provided. If you do not receive an e-mail acknowledgement within 24 hours of submission, your application may not have been received. In such cases, please go to “My UN” page and check the status of your application by clicking on “View Application History”, and resubmit the application, if necessary.

1. To start the application process, applicants are required to register by opening a "My UN" account. Go to Login, and Register as a User. Fill in the form and choose a User Name and Password.

2. After opening the account, applicants may apply for vacancies using the Personal History Profile (PHP) provided. Once the PHP has been completed for a particular vacancy, it can be saved and used for future applications. The PHP may be up-dated, when necessary, for future applications.

3. In completing the PHP, please note that all fields marked with an asterisk must be completed.

4. UN staff members must submit scanned copies of their two latest Performance Appraisal System (PAS) reports at the time of application to the appropriate Human Resources Office (HRO)/Personnel Office (PO) to the email address below, clearly indicating the vacancy announcement number. In case you have no access to the digitizing equipment, please submit hard copies of the two latest PAS reports to the relevant HRO/PO via fax.

E-mail: staffing@un.org,

Fax: 1-212-963-2800

Please see the Frequently Asked Questions, if you encounter problems when applying.

New Driver- Driving Jobs in Uganda

Job Title: Driver – 1
Reports to: Administrative Assistant
Location: Mbarara

Job summary:
To drive MJAP vehicles, monitor and report their condition for maintenance or repair. To ensure maximum security of passengers and the vehicle; Carry out minor repairs and adjustments on the vehicle, and maintain their cleanliness a record of movements.

Job requirements:
O-Level School Certificate; with a Driving Permit. Clean driving record. Training in Defensive Driving is an added advantage. 3 years of uninterrupted work experience as a driver, preferably in an NGO settng. Basic technical knowledge of motor vehicle operations, simple vehicle repairs /adjustments.

Thorough knowledge of traffic laws and regulations, including the highway code and principles of road safety

Application with detailed CVs and copies of supporting documents addressed to The Human Resource Officer, Mulago-Mbarara Teaching Hospitals’ Joint AIDS Program, may be submitied to the Head Office, located on Plot 4B Kololo Hill Drive or sent by email to hr@mjap.or.ug.

Deadline for submission is 5.00 pm Friday November 26th, 2010. Only short listed candidates will be contacted, by December 3rd, 2010.

Pharmacy Technician Jobs Vacancies (2 positions)

Job Title: Pharmacy Technician – 2 positions
Administratively Reports to: Clinic/Site Manager
Functionally reports to: Pharmacist
Location: Mbarara

Job summary:
Key duties:
To give out drugs to patients; ensure rational drug use, carry out adherence monitoring at pharmacy level; quantify drug needs; provide drug related counseling to patients and identify treatment technicalities (drug interactions, treatment mismatch, etc); keep a record of all appointments and missed appointments for patients on ART; data entry;

ensuring proper storage of drugs at the unit of dispensing; Recommends expired drugs for writing off ;writes reports; Maintains and updates the register of patients on ART

Job requirements:
Diploma in Pharmacy. Registered with the Allied Medical Council. Two years in a busy clinical facility. Knowledge on principles of HIV/AIDS Care. Computer skills. Report writing. Counselling

How to Apply
Application with detailed CVs and copies of supporting documents addressed to The Human Resource Officer, Mulago-Mbarara Teaching Hospitals’ Joint AIDS Program, may be submitied to the Head Office, located on Plot 4B Kololo Hill Drive or sent by email to hr@mjap.or.ug.

Deadline for submission is 5.00 pm Friday November 26th, 2010. Only short listed candidates will be contacted, by December 3rd, 2010.

M&E officer – Program Evaluations Job Vacancy in Uganda

Job Title: M&E officer – Program Evaluations
Reports to: Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor
Location: Secretariat (Kampala)

Job summary:
To lead planning, coordination and implementation of program valuation activities in MJAP.

Key duties: Identify areas for evaluation; Developing periodic monitoring and evaluation plans and budgets; implement evaluation activities; Build capacity for program statito carry out program
evaluations; ensuring utilization of information from evaluations for program improvement Prepare periodic reports.

Job requirements:
1st Degree in Statistics, Computer Science or any other relevant discipline plus training in Program Monitoring and Evaluation. A masters’ degree in a related field is an added advantage. Must be comfortable working with database design, MS Access, Excel, Epiinfo, SPSS and STATA. 2 years in program monitoring and Evaluation, preferably in an HIV/AIDS Program. Knowledgeable in Principles of
program Monitoring and Evaluation; Impact assessment techniques;

Data management and analysis; general knowledge on HIV/AIDS; Ethics related to data management, monitoring and evaluation

How to Apply
Application with detailed CVs and copies of supporting documents addressed to The Human Resource Officer, Mulago-Mbarara Teaching Hospitals’ Joint AIDS Program, may be submitied to the Head Office, located on Plot 4B Kololo Hill Drive or sent by email to hr@mjap.or.ug.

Deadline for submission is 5.00 pm Friday November 26th, 2010. Only short listed candidates will be contacted, by December 3rd, 2010.

Pharmacy Services Advisor Job Vacancy in Uganda at MJAP

Job Title: Pharmacy Services Advisor
Reports to: Deputy Program Director
Location: Secretariat (Kampala)

Job summary:
To ensure that MJAP-supported health units have adequate pharmaceutical supplies and that these are effectively managed, in line with the national systems.

Duties include: selection, specification, forecasting, verification of the pharmaceuticals; recommend to the program reputable sources/ suppliers of pharmaceutical and medical supplies; participation in evaluation of suppliers; ensures that standard pharmaceutical practices are adhered to; technical assistance/ training of staf; Monitor and evaluate MJAP’s performance in the delivery of pharmaceutical services,
and take follow-up action as necessary.

Job requirements:
1st Degree in Pharmacy, plus a Masters degree in pharmacy related field or its equivalent; registered with the Pharmaceutical Society of Uganda (PSU) or Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain; At least 4 years in a similar setting, in a recognized health institution/ NGO, two of which should be at a management level. Knowledge on issues relating to quality assurance in clinical settings; Drug regulatory procedures in Uganda; HIV/AIDS Care protocols relating to pharmaceutical services; Supply-chain management system for the MOH; Procurement principles

How to Apply
Application with detailed CVs and copies of supporting documents addressed to The Human Resource Officer, Mulago-Mbarara Teaching Hospitals’ Joint AIDS Program, may be submitied to the Head Office, located on Plot 4B Kololo Hill Drive or sent by email to hr@mjap.or.ug.

Deadline for submission is 5.00 pm Friday November 26th, 2010. Only short listed candidates will be contacted, by December 3rd, 2010.

MJAP Jobs Vacancies- Human Resource Manager

Job Title: Human Resource Manager
Reports to: Deputy Program Director
Location: Secretariat (Kampala)

Job summary:
To take overall charge of the Human Resources in MJAP, and ensure that they are adequate and well managed for effective and efficient program implementation.

Key tasks will include: ensuring that MJAP has and abides by proper human resource policies, systems and procedures; strategic HR planning; managing the hiring and deployment processes; staff appraisal, development and welfare Job requirements:

Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management or MBA (HRM Option) OR a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management plus a Master’s degree in a relevant subject. Experience of 6 +years in a
similar position, preferably in an NGO / donor funded projects setting.

Knowledge Ugandan Labor Laws & Rights of people with HIV/AIDS


How to Apply
Application with detailed CVs and copies of supporting documents addressed to The Human Resource Officer, Mulago-Mbarara Teaching Hospitals’ Joint AIDS Program, may be submitied to the Head Office, located on Plot 4B Kololo Hill Drive or sent by email to hr@mjap.or.ug.

Deadline for submission is 5.00 pm Friday November 26th, 2010. Only short listed candidates will be contacted, by December 3rd, 2010.

Mulago- Mbarara Teaching Hospitals’ Joint AIDS Program (MJAP) Jobs and Vacancies

The Mulago- Mbarara Teaching Hospitals’ Joint AIDS Program (MJAP) received a 5-year CDC grant award to scale up HIV/AIDS Services in Mulago, Butabika & Mbarara Hospitals, as well as their clinics. MJAP is looking for intelligent, dynamic and self-driven candidates to till the following positions:
Preferred Skills:

1. Job Title: Human Resource Manager
Reports to: Deputy Program Director
Location: Secretariat (Kampala)

Job summary:
To take overall charge of the Human Resources in MJAP, and ensure that they are adequate and well managed for effective and efficient program implementation.

Key tasks will include: ensuring that MJAP has and abides by proper human resource policies, systems and procedures; strategic HR planning; managing the hiring and deployment processes; staff appraisal, development and welfare Job requirements:

Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management or MBA (HRM Option) OR a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management plus a Master’s degree in a relevant subject. Experience of 6 +years in a
similar position, preferably in an NGO / donor funded projects setting.

Knowledge Ugandan Labor Laws & Rights of people with HIV/AIDS

2. Job Title: Pharmacy Services Advisor
Reports to: Deputy Program Director
Location: Secretariat (Kampala)

Job summary:
To ensure that MJAP-supported health units have adequate pharmaceutical supplies and that these are effectively managed, in line with the national systems.

Duties include: selection, specification, forecasting, verification of the pharmaceuticals; recommend to the program reputable sources/ suppliers of pharmaceutical and medical supplies; participation in evaluation of suppliers; ensures that standard pharmaceutical practices are adhered to; technical assistance/ training of staf; Monitor and evaluate MJAP’s performance in the delivery of pharmaceutical services,
and take follow-up action as necessary.

Job requirements:
1st Degree in Pharmacy, plus a Masters degree in pharmacy related field or its equivalent; registered with the Pharmaceutical Society of Uganda (PSU) or Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain; At least 4 years in a similar setting, in a recognized health institution/ NGO, two of which should be at a management level. Knowledge on issues relating to quality assurance in clinical settings; Drug regulatory procedures in Uganda; HIV/AIDS Care protocols relating to pharmaceutical services; Supply-chain management system for the MOH; Procurement principles

3. M&E officer – Program Evaluations
Reports to: Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor
Location: Secretariat (Kampala)

Job summary:
To lead planning, coordination and implementation of program valuation activities in MJAP.

Key duties: Identify areas for evaluation; Developing periodic monitoring and evaluation plans and budgets; implement evaluation activities; Build capacity for program statito carry out program
evaluations; ensuring utilization of information from evaluations for program improvement Prepare periodic reports.

Job requirements:
1st Degree in Statistics, Computer Science or any other relevant discipline plus training in Program Monitoring and Evaluation. A masters’ degree in a related field is an added advantage. Must be comfortable working with database design, MS Access, Excel, Epiinfo, SPSS and STATA. 2 years in program monitoring and Evaluation, preferably in an HIV/AIDS Program. Knowledgeable in Principles of
program Monitoring and Evaluation; Impact assessment techniques;

Data management and analysis; general knowledge on HIV/AIDS; Ethics related to data management, monitoring and evaluation

4. Job Title: Pharmacy Technician – 2 positions
Administratively Reports to: Clinic/Site Manager
Functionally reports to: Pharmacist
Location: Mbarara

Job summary:
Key duties:
To give out drugs to patients; ensure rational drug use, carry out adherence monitoring at pharmacy level; quantify drug needs; provide drug related counseling to patients and identify treatment technicalities (drug interactions, treatment mismatch, etc); keep a record of all appointments and missed appointments for patients on ART; data entry;

ensuring proper storage of drugs at the unit of dispensing; Recommends expired drugs for writing off ;writes reports; Maintains and updates the register of patients on ART

Job requirements:
Diploma in Pharmacy. Registered with the Allied Medical Council. Two years in a busy clinical facility. Knowledge on principles of HIV/AIDS Care. Computer skills. Report writing. Counselling

5. Job Title: Driver – 1
Reports to: Administrative Assistant
Location: Mbarara

Job summary:
To drive MJAP vehicles, monitor and report their condition for maintenance or repair. To ensure maximum security of passengers and the vehicle; Carry out minor repairs and adjustments on the vehicle, and maintain their cleanliness a record of movements.

Job requirements:
O-Level School Certificate; with a Driving Permit. Clean driving record. Training in Defensive Driving is an added advantage. 3 years of uninterrupted work experience as a driver, preferably in an NGO settng. Basic technical knowledge of motor vehicle operations, simple vehicle repairs /adjustments.

Thorough knowledge of traffic laws and regulations, including the highway code and principles of road safety

Application with detailed CVs and copies of supporting documents addressed to The Human Resource Officer, Mulago-Mbarara Teaching Hospitals’ Joint AIDS Program, may be submitied to the Head Office, located on Plot 4B Kololo Hill Drive or sent by email to hr@mjap.or.ug.

Deadline for submission is 5.00 pm Friday November 26th, 2010. Only short listed candidates will be contacted, by December 3rd, 2010.

Jobs Vacancies and Employment - Eskom

Job Category: Engineering

Duration:

Job Description: Eskom Uganda is a wholly owned subsidiary of Eskom Holdings South Africa and is registered as a limited liability company in Uganda. The company generates 66% of Uganda’s electrical energy, operates within a framework of four contracts, and has its own board of directors. Eskom Uganda is hereby inviting applications from persons interested in the vacancy below:
Preferred Skills: Position: Mechanical Engineer
Reports to: Senior Mechanical Engineer
Reference No: EUL/ EM/2010- 2

Role definition:
To handle all necessary repairs, maintenance and modifications required for improvement on the two power stations

Key result areas:
1. Improve availability and life of the plant by adopting appropriate technological practices and measures
in accordance with Eskom Policy and Hydro Power Engineering Practices.

2. Keep record of deviations, monitoring and maintenance data on every aspect of plant in his/ her system, produce diagnostic performance trends to enable timely intervention.

3. Carry out quality control on all work done by other employees on plant and equipment.

4. Provide oversight and leadership in monitoring of system plant

5. Formulate repair procedures for Mechanical plant and equipment.

6. Participate in the implementation of Mechanical outage programme

7. Prepare and submit monthly maintenance report to Mechanical Plant manager for decision making

8. Align LOPP with outage scope of work and ensure adequacy and completeness of Work Packages for
all outages and recommend outage durations.

9. Perform quality control function on all work done by maintenance or contractor personnel.

10. Directly conduct system engineering and frequently write system reports as required by the Mechanical Plant Manager.

11. Ensure safety for both equipment and people working in the Mechanical department including issuing of Special Operating Instruction.

12. Lead the implementation of Mechanical engineering projects

13. Investigate incidents related to Mechanical plant and make reports/ recommendations on preventive or corrective measures.

14. Provide input (s) to the Mechanical action plan and budgets in accordance with the business plan and
company budget guidelines

The suitable candidates for this post should have:

i) Minimum Academic Requirement:

• A Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering

ii) Relevant Experience

• Four years experience
Only short listed candidates will be contacted. Interested candidates should send their application letters, copies of academic certificates and CVs including three referees to the following address not later than 3rd of December, 2010 at 5.00 p.m.

Human Resources Department
Eskom Uganda Limited
Nalubaale Power station,
P. O. Box 942, Jinja - Uganda
Tel: 256 43 121416, Fax: 256 43 123154
Email: Recruitment@eskom.co.ug

Human Resource Manager Job Vacancy- The Regional Centre for Quality of Health Care (RCQHC)

Job Title:Human Resource Manager
Job Roles:
1. Provide overall guidance and leadership to the RCQHC on issues of Human Resource
2. Coordinate the review of current staffing arrangements at the RCQHC, positively communicate and implement revised structural arrangements
3. Ensure the internal communication, understanding and adherence to employment policies, benefits,
institutional values & rules; code of conduct.
4. Use coaching & mentoring approaches to strengthen internal human resource functions
5. Support management to define competency framework & performance management system
6. Provide guidance and standards on grievance & disciplinary management procedures
7. Work with the finance & management team on staff salaries & benefits & reviews
8. Oversee legal requirements of contracts, personnel insurance
9. Coordination of the development, review & sign off of HR Strategy & Key Policies
10. Contribute to RCQHC strategic planning, & otherduties as assigned by the supervisor Competencies:
Preferred Skills:

Applicants must be holders of aBachelors Degree in Social Sciences, Administration, or relevant health related field. Post graduate qualification in HR management, administration, health service management, human resource for health or other related fields as basic requirements. At least 5-years professional experience in human resource/systems management; within the health sector or tertiaryinstitutions or commercial business sector would be an advantage. Good leadership and management skills with a good understanding, and experience in developing, communicating and implementing of HR policies, manuals, performance management systems, institutional competency frameworks. Knowledge and understanding of human resource function within complex institutions, relevant. Applicants must be capable of communicating in a credible and effective way in written & spoken English;

Knowledge of regional languages like Kiswahili would be of advantage.
Computer skills: Proficiency in Internet, webbased operations, current software applications and
understanding of Ugandan Public Sector workplace statutes a requirement. Ability to move forward in a
changing environment, cross-cultural awareness, high level of personal integrity, results oriented, flexible, innovative, good interpersonal skills, understanding of diversity is essential. Self management, self drive networking & team work; Capacity builder, mentor & role model for team mates. The role might necessitate travel at limited notice. We are an equal opportunity employer; women, PWDs, PLWHIV are encouraged to apply.

Terms: The appointment will initially be for 1 year, with possible renewal subject to satisfactory performance and
availability of funds. A three-month probation period will
be lifted upon satisfactory performance. Attractive and
negotiable remuneration, depending on qualifications
and experience.
Application procedures: Interested and qualified
persons should send their motivation letters, curriculum
vitae, key academic documents by post or email to;
The Director, Regional Centre for Quality of Health
Care, (Application HR & Administration Officer),
Makerere University School of Public Health,
P. O. Box 29140, Kampala,
Uganda or
E-mail to: mail@rcqhc.org,
copy gtumwebaze@rcqhc.org.
Closing date: Thursday, 9th December 2010.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Communications Assistant Volunteer Vacancy Opportunity

Job title: Volunteer Communications Assistant to assist in the writing, management and production of brochures, newsletters, briefing notes and working papers. S/he must be a trained in Mass Communication or Journalism.
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Interested candidates must submit a motivation letter and curriculum vitae electronically to: recruitment@refugeelawproject.org. The position applied for MUST be indicated in the subject line of the email. Copies of certificates should not be attached, and will be requested from short-listed candidates only.
Attention:

The Head of Finance, Administration and Human Resources
Refugee Law Project, Faculty of Law, MUK
Plot No. 9 Ferryman Gardens P. 0. Box 33903, Kampala
Deadline for receipt of applications is 10th December 2010 at 5.00pm

Volunteer English For Adults (EFA) Instructor Job Vacancy

Job Title:Volunteer English For Adults (EFA) Instructor
Job description
To teach adult learners functional English and practical skills. Must have demonstrated experience in the teaching of English to Adults and in the management of a similar programme.
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Interested candidates must submit a motivation letter and curriculum vitae electronically to: recruitment@refugeelawproject.org. The position applied for MUST be indicated in the subject line of the email. Copies of certificates should not be attached, and will be requested from short-listed candidates only.
Attention:

The Head of Finance, Administration and Human Resources
Refugee Law Project, Faculty of Law, MUK
Plot No. 9 Ferryman Gardens P. 0. Box 33903, Kampala
Deadline for receipt of applications is 10th December 2010 at 5.00pm

Family tracing Assistant Job vacancy in Uganda

Job Title: Family tracing Assistant
Job description
To be responsible for the training refugee clients and cafe operators in refugee hosting areas how to search for missing persons. S/he must be a trained social worker and be computer literate.
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Interested candidates must submit a motivation letter and curriculum vitae electronically to: recruitment@refugeelawproject.org. The position applied for MUST be indicated in the subject line of the email. Copies of certificates should not be attached, and will be requested from short-listed candidates only.
Attention:

The Head of Finance, Administration and Human Resources
Refugee Law Project, Faculty of Law, MUK
Plot No. 9 Ferryman Gardens P. 0. Box 33903, Kampala
Deadline for receipt of applications is 10th December 2010 at 5.00pm

Head of Legal and Psycho-social Department Job Vacancy

Job title: Head of Legal and Psycho-social Department

To coordinate and fundraise for the various department programmes and provide line-management and supervision over the programme teams, Volunteers and interns. S/he should be enrolled as an Advocate or Barrister preferably in common law jurisdiction. Masters Degree in International Human Rights, Refugee Law or Forced Migration with five years relevant experience is desirable. Experience working with refugees in the Great Lakes region will be an added advantage.
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For full job descriptions please visit http: / /www.refugeelawproject.org /job opportunities.php
Interested candidates must submit a motivation letter and curriculum vitae electronically to: recruitment@refugeelawproject.org. The position applied for MUST be indicated in the subject line of the email. Copies of certificates should not be attached, and will be requested from short-listed candidates only.
Attention:

The Head of Finance, Administration and Human Resources
Refugee Law Project, Faculty of Law, MUK
Plot No. 9 Ferryman Gardens P. 0. Box 33903, Kampala
Deadline for receipt of applications is 10th December 2010 at 5.00pm

Jobs Vacancies at Africa Innovations Institute

Position: Accounts Assistant

Duties and Responsibilities
The Accounts Assistant will be an employee of the Africa Innovations Institute (Afrll) and accountable to the Chairman of Afrll, through the Project Leader. In particular, his/her duties will be as follows:

a)Preparing monthly Bank reconciliation statements
b) Ensuring the payments are processed within the approved budget and authorized by the Chairman
C Verifying and ensuring that receipts or documents for accountability are correct
f) Maintaining cash registers accurately and efficiently
g) Compiling and submitting financial requests for the field based activities
h) Writing and updating vote book regularly project
j) Carry out any of the duties assigned by the Project Leader and Chairman of Afrll.

Qualification and experience
a. He/she should be holding a Diploma in accounting option
b. Computer literacy in Ms Excel, Power Point and other accounting packages is a
c. Two (2) Years working experience in an academic Institute Terms of engagement successful candidate will be giver one-year contract on probation. Following a satisfactory performance, the contract will be renewed for three (3) years. The Accounts Assistant will be stationed in Luwero Town, but expected to travel extensively to Afrll office in Kampala and areas where project activities are being implemented.

Remuneration
An attractive package will be offered to the successful candidate and details may be discussed during the interview.
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MODE OF APPLICATION
All applications accompanied by the recent CV, should have names of three with photocopies of all the supporting documents and should reach the under ¬mentioned not later than I0 days from 29th -11-2010

The Chairman, Africa Innovations Institute,
Plot 73 Old Kiira Road, Bukoto,
P.0.Box 34331, Kampala Uganda
Email: africalnnovationsinstitute@gmail.com

Manager for Project Field Jobs Vacancy- Africa Innovations Institute

Job Title: Manager for Project Field
Duties and Responsibilities
The duties of the Manager of the project Field Station are key to the success and proper running of the field-based activities of the project. He/she will be an employee of the Africa Innovations Institute (AMI), and accountable to the Chairman of AMI, through the Project Leader. He/she will have the overall responsibility for
a) Supporting the Project Leader in coordinating all planned field activities related to the project engaged for specific activities. c) Ensure trial ail project activities are implemented in an efficient and effective
e) Participate in the planning, implementation and reporting of project activities, as specified in the Memorandum of Grant Conditions (MGC) evaluation of activities and outputs
g) Prepare monthly, quarterly, annual reports or any other forms of reports relating to the project resource mobilization) efforts to sustain the project.
i) Undertake such duties as are required for the successful implementation of the
j) Carry out any other duties assigned by the Project Leader and Chairman of Afrll.

Qualification and experience
The ideal candidate should 'be a holder of a Bachelor degree in Social Sciences and science-related disciplines. Experience and specialized skills in proposal writing, research and project planning and management will be an added advantage. In skill's and should be prepared to work and promote team spirit. The preferred
candidate will have excellent knowledge of the most common computer packages e.g. MS. Office, database eg. MS Access and analytical programs such as SPSS,
SAS or Genstat.

Terms of engagement
The position is for a four-year contract commencing 1st December, 2010. The satisfactory performance, the contract will be renewed for three (3) years. The Manager will be stationed in Luwero Town, but expected to travel extensively to the areas where project activities are being implemented.

An attractive remuneration package will be offered to the successful candidate and details may be discussed during the interview.
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MODE OF APPLICATION
All applications accompanied by the recent CV, should have names of three with photocopies of all the supporting documents and should reach the under ¬mentioned not later than I0 days from 29¬¬th 11-2010

The Chairman, Africa Innovations Institute,
Plot 73 Old Kiira Road, Bukoto,
P.0.Box 34331, Kampala Uganda
Email: africalnnovationsinstitute@gmail.com

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