Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Limited (UETCL) Jobs Vacancies

Job Title: Principal Officer
Reports to: Manager Technical Services
Supervises: ICT Officer

Duty station: Kampala

Role of the Position
To provide strategic and operational leadership in technology innovation and establish information management as a critical success Factor in all UEDCL business Processes.

Key Result Areas
1. Establish and maintain strategic information Management and business plan that is aligned with the strategy and goals of UEDCL
2. Evaluate the information systems and related business processes continuously and launch Interventions to optimize efficiencies.
3. Implement new systems introduce innovations that improve information management strategy within the organization. This will include digitization, knowledge management as well as advocating tor the paperless office.
4. Facilitate organizational change through the implementation of information management methodology.
5. Engage with key stakeholders, both internal and external, to ensure partnership and industry alignment and ensuring that internal clients get value from available technology.
6. Provide support to staff and service providers, structuring optimum service levels to all Off grid stations
7. Perform limited testing (Research and Development) on new products, methodologies and specifically internet related developments, Keep abreast with changes in IM and development trends in the market place
3. Prepare monthly and annual reports on departmental activities in accordance with the UEDGL Policies and Procedures.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• A Bachelors degree in Computer science, Degree in information technology or its equivalent from a recognized university-
• Experience of not less than 4 years in a recognized organization
• Certification in CCNA, MCSE and MDA will be an added advantage
• Experience in managing servers on windows, UNIX and Linux platforms
• Experience in setting up and maintaining LAN, WAN etc
• Excellent analytical and monitoring skills.

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Interested persons who meet the above criteria should submit their handwritten applications together with an updated CV with at least three suitable referees with their telephone contact to:

The Principal Human Resource and Administrative Officer
UETCL
Amber House, Plot 29/33,4th Floor. Room 414, Block C
Kampala Road
P.O. Box 7390 Kampala, Uganda
Fax: +256 414-255 600

(Please indicate on envelope the position you are applying for) Closing data for receiving applications is: 23rd December, 2010

Jobs Opportunities at Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Limited (UETCL)

Job Title: Plant Attendant
Reports to: Plant Supervisor
Supervises: None
Duly Station: Kalangala

Purpose of the Job:
To assist the plant supervisor to implement pole production targets

Key Result Areas
1. Select and undertake the loading of seasoned poles for treatment.
2. Offload treated poles from the vessel and stack them in the storage areas.
3. Maintain the treatment vessel and ancillary equipment in good order.
4. Pour the right chemical quantities into the in the tanks prior to treatment.
5. Identify and advise the pole plant supervisor to order spare parts for machinery replacements in the pumps as the need arises.
6. Carry out the analysis and prepare monthly chemical consumption reports
7. Carrying out tests on treated poles to ensure quality products at all times.
8. Identify risks in the section and devise mechanisms of mitigating them.
9. Prepare monthly and annual reports on sectional activities in accordance with UEOCL policies and procedures.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
* A Diploma in electrical engineering from a recognized university.
* Experience of not less than 3 years in a recognized organization preferably within the energy sector
* Excellent oral and written communication skills and ability to work amidst tight dead lines.
* Computer literacy with excellent working knowledge of Microsoft office, PowerPoint presentations, database management systems

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Interested persons who meet the above criteria should submit their handwritten applications together with an updated CV with at least three suitable referees with their telephone contact to:

The Principal Human Resource and Administrative Officer
UETCL
Amber House, Plot 29/33,4th Floor. Room 414, Block C
Kampala Road
P.O. Box 7390 Kampala, Uganda
Fax: +256 414-255 600

(Please indicate on envelope the position you are applying for) Closing data for receiving applications is: 23rd December, 2010

NB: If you do not hear from us by 08 January, 2011, please consider your application unsuccessful

Jobs Opportunities at Centenary Rural Development Bank (Current)

Job Title: Manager, Risk Management and Assurance
Reports: General Manager, Risk Management and Compliance
Role: Design and maintain a system, for identifying, quantifying and monitoring of risks within the Bank and carrying out quality assurance for all Banks' process as per risk division policy and procedures.

Key Result Areas:
• Draw up and implement an assurance action plan for the Bank as per the risk division policies and procedures.
• Implement bank-wide procedures for risk identification, measurement, control, monitoring and report on emerging-risks from time to time.
• Monitor credit risks through evaluating and reporting on the trends in the bank's credit portfolio mix, credit policy and procedures.
• Review branch risk reports and Key control self assessment forms for Head office functions, equinox data on operational losses and Internal Audit reports and com¬pile a risk Matrix for the Bank.
• Coordinate the development of mitigation plans for all risks identified and monitor the implementation of the plant and movement of the risks as per the Bank risk management frame work.
• Monitor liquidity risk through evaluating how well the bank is meeting its short-term obligations by reviewing liquidity ratios in line with treasury policy and the banks risk management program.
• Monitoring Operational Risk in all bank branches and divisions through evaluating and reporting on people, systems, processes and external events.
Bank

Required competencies and experience

• An Honor's degree in Commerce, Business Ad ministration, Economics and other relevant courses from a recognized University
• Post Graduate qualification's in banking/Financial Management or other relevant field
• Qualification in integrated Enterprise Risk Management
• At least 5years hands on banking experience at a managerial level in large financial institutions
• High degree of integrity as the job entails handling very confidential information.
• Experience in research.
• Good communication and Interpersonal skills
• Ability to manage numerous deliverables in a timely and effective manner
• Good knowledge of Banking Practices
• He /she must be willing to work anywhere in the Country where his / her services may be required.

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Applications

Interested persons who fully meet the above specifications are invited to apply. Download an Application employment form from www.centenarybank.co.ug, fill it and enclose detailed CV Certified copies of all Academic transcripts, Certificates and Testimonials, day-time telephone contact, postal and email address of both applicant, and three competent referees not later than 20th December, 2010 at 5pm to:

The General Manager, Human Resources
Centenary Rural Development
P.O Box 1892 KAMPALA

Only successful candidates will be contacted. All applicants who will not have heard from us within 6 weeks of closing date should consider their applications unsuccessful.

Market Risk Analyst Job Vacancy at Centenary Rural Development Bank, Uganda

Job Title: Market Risk/Process Analyst
Reports to: General Manager, Risk Management and Compliance

Role:
To monitor market conditions, highlight vulnerability to potential adverse market events, and develop instruments to quantify potential exposures and propose mitigation plans as per the Banks' objectives, and risk management guidelines.


Key Result Areas:
• Analyze Bank's market position and running figures through modeling techniques to find value at risk (VAR) measurements as per the risk management framework.
• Monitor the activities of treasury dealers and all front office risk-takers to ensure that market risk arising from day-to-day trading positions are managed as per the Banks' objectives
• Make recommendations to the development of new products, review of old products and trading strategies to ensure that they address the identified risks in the market.
• Assess the appropriateness of pricing and valuation models within the context of the business
• Study the global and local capital markets and anticipate new emerging risks, forecast and monitor market trends.
• Prepare and submit regular reports outlining the findings, recommendations and ideas for improvement to mitigate the identified market risks.

Required competences and experience
• An Honor's degree in Commerce, Business Administration, Economics and other relevant courses from a recognized University
• Post Graduate qualification's in Marketing/ banking/Financial Management or other relevant field
• At least 3 years hands on banking experience in a large financial institution
• Formal qualification in Integrated Enter¬prise Risk Management
• High degree of integrity as the job entails handling very confidential information.
• Demonstrated experience in research work
• Good communication and Interpersonal skills
• Ability to manage numerous deliverables in a timely and effective manner
• Good knowledge of Banking Practices
• He /she must be willing to work anywhere in the Country where his / her services may be required.

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Applications

Interested persons who fully meet the above specifications are invited to apply. Download an Application employment form from www.centenarybank.co.ug, fill it and enclose detailed CV Certified copies of all Academic transcripts, Certificates and Testimonials, day¬time telephone contact, postal and email address of both applicant, and three competent referees not later than 20th December, 2010 at 5pm to:

The General Manager, Human Resources
Centenary Rural Development
P.O Box 1892 KAMPALA

Only successful candidates will be contacted. All applicants who will not have heard from us within 6 weeks of closing date should consider their ap¬plications unsuccessfu

Jobs Opportunities at Spear Group of Companies, Uganda

Applications are invited for suitable candidates to fill the following positions with Wavah Water Limited, Producers of Mineral water and Sparkling Water.

Job Title: Production Manager

Requirements
• Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering or its equivalent
• A minimum of five (5) years of experience in related business.
• Good leadership and interpersonal skills
• Effective problem solving skills.
• Good organization skills
• Ability to communicate clearly
• Ability to work under pressure and to deadlines
• Computer literate

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If you are interested in the above positions, address applications to;

Human Resource Manager
Spear Group of Companies,
P.O. Box 1350, Kampala

OR Hand deliver to Wavah Water Office at the UMA show grounds Lugogo.

Deadline for receiving applications is 21st December 2010

NOTE:
Indicate the position applied for on the Envelope please and ONLY short-listed applicants will be contacted.

Jobs and Vacancies at Wavah Water Limited (Spear Group of Companies)

Job Title: Maintenance Manager

Requirements
• Diploma or Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering
• Previous experience in related field
• At least three (3) years work experience in the same role
• Ability to communicate at all levels
• Good leadership and interpersonal skills

Apply for this job

If you are interested in the above positions, address applications to;

Human Resource Manager
Spear Group of Companies,
P.O. Box 1350, Kampala

OR Hand deliver to Wavah Water Office at the UMA show grounds Lugogo.

Deadline for receiving applications is 21st December 2010

NOTE:
Indicate the position applied for on the Envelope please and ONLY short-listed applicants will be contacted.

Wavah Water Limited Jobs Opportunities

Job Title: Machine Operator

Requirements
• Minimum of an Ordinary level Certificate
• Minimum of 1 year experience as a machine operator in a similar business.
• Above 25 years of age
• Ability to express self in English both written and spoken.

Apply for this job

If you are interested in the above positions, address applications to;

Human Resource Manager
Spear Group of Companies,
P.O. Box 1350, Kampala

OR Hand deliver to Wavah Water Office at the UMA show grounds Lugogo.

Deadline for receiving applications is 21st December 2010

NOTE:
Indicate the position applied for on the Envelope please and ONLY short-listed applicants will be contacted.

Microfinance and Community Economic Jobs Opportunities- Office of the Prime Minister, Uganda

Post: Assistant Programme Officer (Microfinance and Community Economic Development)
AGE: 27 Years and Above
Duty Station: Gulu
Reports to: Programme Coordinator, ALREP

JOB PURPOSE
The Assistant Programme Officer (Microfinance and
Community Economic Development) will support and monitor the implementing partners in micro finance and savings and loans related interventions under ALREP savings and loans related interventions under ALREP.

QUALIFICATIONS AND WORKING EXPERIENCE:
• A Ugandan national with a Bachelors degree in Microfinance and Community Economic Development, Agricultural Finance and related field from a recognized university;
• A minimum of 4 years relevant professional of rural development programmes focusing on micro
• Experience in project monitoring and evaluation;
• Experience in working with microfinance institutions, local communities, district local governments and donor funded projects is desirable;

COMPETENCES
• Excellent inter-personal, communication, mobilization and team-building skills as well as social sensitivity:
• Excellent computer skills in MS Word and MS Excel and MS PowerPoint;
• Willingness to travel widely within programme area; Knowledge of the local language(s) will be an added advantage

DUTIES
• Assist programme management in the development and implementation of the micro-finance component of the programme
• Participate in preparing and supervising of micro finance tenders and calls for proposals and subsequent (grant) contracts;
• Closely collaborate with implementing partners in planning, monitoring and reporting of micro-finance and savings and loans activities;
• Ensure synergies between programme components and experiences from beneficiaries and implementing partners;
• Carry out and report on regular monitoring and supervision visits to programme activities executed by the implementing partners;
• Assist the programme officer and management in preparing annual and quarterly work plans, budgets and reports for ALREP;
• Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the Programme Coordinator.

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SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS:
Application accompanied by detailed curriculum vitae, copies of certificates and testimonials and at least two competent referees, one of whom MUST be from your current or previous employer should be addressed.

To: The Permanent Secretary,
Office of the Prime Minister,
Postel Building, 6th Floor Yusuf Lule Road,
P.O. Box 341, Kampala

To reach him not later than Friday, 24th December 2010 at 5:00 pm

Note: Only short listed applicants will be contacted. Any form of canvassing shall automatically lead to disqualification of a candidate.

Office of the Prime Minister Jobs Opportunities in Uganda

Job Title: Assistant Programme Officer (livestock and Enterprise Development)
AGE: 27 Years and Above
Duty Station: Moroto
Reports to: Programme Coordinator, KALIP

JOB PURPOSE
The Assistant Programme Officer (Livestock and Enterprises Development) will support the implementing partners and district local governments in the planning, implementation, and monitoring of agro-pastoral/livestock related interventions under KALIP.

QUALIFICATIONS AND WORKING EXPERIENCE: A Ugandan national with a Bachelors degree in veterinary medicine or a relevant livestock production discipline from a recognized university Post-graduate degree in a relevant topic, i.e. epidemiology, rural development, livestock/animal health economics, animal husbandry, will be an added advantage
A minimum of 4 years relevant professional rural development programmes focusing on animal disease control or livestock production; Experience in project monitoring and evaluation; Experience in working with local communities, district local governments and donor funded projects;

COMPETENCES
Excellent inter-personal, communication, mobilization and training skills and team-building skills; Computer skills in MS Word and MS Excel, Willingness to travel widely within Karamoja region;
Knowledge of the local language(s) will be an added Vantage
DUTIES
• Advice the District Local Governments in the development and execution of capacity building work plans of the production departments;
• Undertake regular visits to the Districts, grantees and communities to ensure adherence to implementation guidelines, targets, time schedules and sector standards and norms;
• Participate in preparing and supervising of agro-pastoral production and animal health oriented tenders and calls for proposals and subsequent (grant) contracts;
• Participate in building capacity of District Local
Governments and implementing partners to technically execute monitor and report on (grant) contracts;
• Assist in organizing joint monitoring meetings, field visits and other relevant functions;
• Carry out and report on regular monitoring and supervision visits to programme activities executed by the DLG and implementing partners;
• Assist the Programme Officers in preparing annual and quarterly work plans, budgets and reports for KALIP;
• Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the Programme Coordinator.

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SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS:
Application accompanied by detailed curriculum vitae, copies of certificates and testimonials and at least two competent referees, one of whom MUST be from your current or previous employer should be addressed.

To: The Permanent Secretary,
Office of the Prime Minister,
Postel Building, 6th Floor Yusuf Lule Road,
P.O. Box 341, Kampala

To reach him not later than Friday, 24th December 2010 at 5:00 pm

Note: Only short listed applicants will be contacted. Any form of canvassing shall automatically lead to disqualification of a candidate.

Engineering Jobs at Office of the Prime Minister, Uganda

Job Title: Project Engineer
AGE: 27 Years and Above
DUTY STATION: Moroto (with frequent travel to Gulu)
Reports to Programme Coordinator, KALIP

JOB PURPOSE
The Programme Engineer is responsible for ensuring successful and timely tendering, evaluation, awarding, supervision, certification and closure of all infrastructure rehabilitation and related contracts in the partner districts of ALREP and KALIP, according to the 10th EOF rules and procedures, the Programm Estimates and the operations manual of NULEP.
QUALIFICATIONS AND WORKING EXPERIENCE
• A Ugandan national with at least a postgraduate degree in Civil Engineering or Water engineering from a recognized university.
• At least five (5) years experience in dealing with tenders and procurement procedures, design and supervision of infrastructure projects, including water for production
• Excellent computer skills in MS. Office applications as well as the capacity to use mapping tools and knowledge of construction drawing (AutoCAD) and design software.
• Experience in a development project office is an added advantage.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS
• Versatile in use of design related software and ability to prepare implementation plans, schedules/bills of quantities and estimating cost;
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written) with attention to detail;
• Ability to communicate and coordinate with local technical experts, contractors, project management committees, beneficiary communities and local government authorities;
• Knowledge of EOF procedures is an advantage.

DUTIES:
• Consult with districts about suitable projects to be implemented under the programme
• Prepare or organize the preparation of detailed of BoQs, drawings and specifications in formats suitable for tendering and preparation of cost estimates;
• Draw up projects list for all districts, and ensure approval from district authorities and OPM.
• Prepare tendering dossiers as per appropriate formats, and coordinate the launch of procurement formats, and coordinate the launch of procurement notices, the evaluation of the bids and the award of the contract;
•Prepare contracts and related documents and ensure their timely approval by all parties as per the rules and regulation of the 9th EOF;
•Organize the training of project management committees for all project sites;
•Carry out, in consultation with the PMC and district engineers, regular and effective supervision of all
•Produce administrative orders to contractors according to the general contract conditions as and when required to complete the contract satisfactory; Produce accurate and fully detailed payment certificates and provisional and final acceptance certificates as and when required, according to the agreed NUREP format;
•Ensure proper closure of the contracts, including rectification of snags, final certification and
•Assist programme management in overall planning, budgeting, monitoring and reporting for the programme in relation to infrastructure development; Assist programme management in the compilation of projects sheets and intervention lists for the programme;

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SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS:
Application accompanied by detailed curriculum vitae, copies of certificates and testimonials and at least two competent referees, one of whom MUST be from your current or previous employer should be addressed.

To: The Permanent Secretary,
Office of the Prime Minister,
Postel Building, 6th Floor Yusuf Lule Road,
P.O. Box 341, Kampala

To reach him not later than Friday, 24th December 2010 at 5:00 pm

Note: Only short listed applicants will be contacted. Any form of canvassing shall automatically lead to disqualification of a candidate.

Current Jobs Opportunities at Office of the Prime Minister, Uganda

Job Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
AGE: 30 Years and Above
DUTY STATION: Kampala
REPORTS TO: National Programme Coordinator

JOB PURPOSE
Support the development, maintenance and operation of the Programme Monitoring and Evaluation System to ensure effective tracking of progress in Programme implementation against Programme goals and objectives and provide information for planning and management of Programme activities.

QUALIFICATIONS AND WORKING EXPERIENCE:
• A Ugandan national with at least a Bachelors degree in Economics, Statistics, Project Planning and Management or a related field and a specialized Post¬graduate degree or its equivalent in Monitoring and
• At least five (5) years experience in participatory planning, monitoring and evaluation of development projects in Uganda in a reputable Government, NGU or Donor funded development organization;
• Experience in the management of spreadsheets and data bases is essential;
• Conversant with the Results Framework Approach of planning, monitoring and evaluation;
• Excellent computer skills, preferably with one or more common database packages;
• Familiarity with quantitative as well as qualitative M and E methods.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS
• Demonstrated record of preparing independent analytical work
• Sound inter-personal and communication skills with evidence of strong report writing and presentation skills.

DUTIES:
• Provide technical guidance to programme management, technical staff, grantees and the Local Governments on data collection, collation, basic analysis and reporting;
• Train programme staff in the use of the M and E system;
• Supervise the collection of information for analyzing the programme performance;
• Prepare quarterly, annual and other periodic project progress reports;
• Facilitate the design and implementation of studies, surveys, mid-term review and end of Programme and impact evaluations;
• Advice and make appropriate recommendations to management on identified project implementation strategies and project targets and operational problems through reports, review meetings and site visits;
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned to him/ her from time to time by the National Programme Coordinator.

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SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS:
Application accompanied by detailed curriculum vitae, copies of certificates and testimonials and at least two competent referees, one of whom MUST be from your current or previous employer should be addressed.

To: The Permanent Secretary,
Office of the Prime Minister,
Postel Building, 6th Floor Yusuf Lule Road,
P.O. Box 341, Kampala

To reach him not later than Friday, 24th December 2010 at 5:00 pm

Note: Only short listed applicants will be contacted. Any form of canvassing shall automatically lead to disqualification of a candidate.

Office of the Prime Minister Jobs and Vacancies, Uganda

Job Title: Programme Officer -Agriculture and Enterprise Development
AGE: 30 Years and above
Duty Station: Gulu
REPORTS TO: Programme Coordinator, ALREP

JOB PURPOSE
The Programme Officer (Agriculture and Enterprise Development) will provide strategic direction and systematic planning, supervision, monitoring and reporting on ail agriculture and agri-business related interventions under ALREP.

QUALIFICATIONS AND WORKING EXPERIENCE:
• A Ugandan national with a Bachelors degree in Agriculture, Rural Development or a related field;
• A Masters degree in Agribusiness or related field;
• Qualifications/training in project planning, monitoring and reporting;
• A minimum of 6 years relevant professional experience in the agricultural sector at community level with farmer groups and organizations in a wide range of institutional environments;
• At least 3 years in a senior position in community livelihoods improvement projects/programmes;
• Experience in labour intensive interventions and Farmer Field School methodologies;
• Experience in project planning and monitoring;
• Experience with agricultural financing, value chain analysis and development, and public/private sector partnerships will be a of added advantage;
• Experience with donor funded programmes and EOF procedures will be an added advantage.

COMPETENCES
• Analytical, participatory and communication skills;
• Inter-personal and team-building skills; Computer skills in MS Word and Excel;
• Willingness to travel widely within the project area;
• Knowledge of the local language(s) will be an added
DUTIES
• Develop an overall intervention strategy for agriculture and agribusiness components of ALREP in line with the Financing Agreement;
• Identify suitable agricultural and agribusiness interventions based an existing policies, district development plans and best practices, and ensure their timely and quality execution;
• Undertake regular visits to the Districts and communities to support the implementation of activities under ALREP to ensure adherence to implementation guidelines, targets, time schedules and sector standards and norms;
• Assist the Programme Coordinator ALREP in preparing and supervising of agriculture and agri¬business oriented tenders and calls for proposals and subsequent (grant) contracts;
• Assist the Programme Coordinator ALREP in monitoring and reporting of programme outputs and results in line with the NULEP's monitoring tools and guidelines;
• Build capacity of District Local Governments and implementing partners to technically execute, monitor
• Assist the Programme Coordinator ALREP in preparing annual and quarterly work plans, budgets, and reports for ALREP;
• Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the Programme Coordinator ALREP.

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SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS:
Application accompanied by detailed curriculum vitae, copies of certificates and testimonials and at least two competent referees, one of whom MUST be from your current or previous employer should be addressed.

To: The Permanent Secretary,
Office of the Prime Minister,
Postel Building, 6th Floor Yusuf Lule Road,
P.O. Box 341, Kampala

To reach him not later than Friday, 24th December 2010 at 5:00 pm

Note: Only short listed applicants will be contacted. Any form of canvassing shall automatically lead to disqualification of a candidate.

Administration and Finance Jobs- Office of the Prime Minister, Uganda

Job Title: Administration and Finance Officer
AGE: 27 Years and Above
DUTY STATION: Moroto
REPORTS TO: Programme Coordinator, KALIP

JOB PURPOSE
The Administration and Finance Officer will be responsible for the effective and efficient administration, financial record keeping and accounting in the KALIP

QUALIFICATIONS AND WORKING EXPERIENCE:
• A Ugandan national with a Bachelors degree in Commerce, Business Administration or its equivalent, plus professional accounting qualifications, like ACCA or CPA, up to stage II level or completed an accounting technician course from a professional accounting body;
• A minimum of 4 years of relevant working experience, 2 of which must be in a senior position.
• Proven experience with basic administration and accounting practices
• Candidates from Karamoja region are encouraged to apply

COMPETENCES
• Analytical skills, thoroughness, accuracy and attention to details;
• Interpersonal, communication, management skills and team work
• Computer skills with high proficiency in MS Word and Excel;

DUTIES
• Maintain up-to-date accounting records embracing all programme transactions as per programme estimates;
• Check, code and process payment requests and accountabilities in conformity with EDF and programme
• Manage petty cash, keep a basic cashbook, produce bank/cash, expenditure and fund balance reports and operate as a bank agent, according to procedures set by the liaison office:
• Assist grantees and DLGs in preparing budgets and accountabilities of all funds entrusted to them by NULEP;
• Maintain equipment and transport fleet in excellent and safe operational condition; organize their use or movement in a rational and efficient manner;
• Maintain an up-to-date record of all assets of the programme in the asset register;
• Coordinate the logistical requirements for organizing workshops, meetings and appointments, organize materials, produce and distribute documents, make appointments, and take minutes;
• Manage the central archive, ensuring that all documents are properly filed and retrievable according to an agreed administrative system;
• Provide for basic Human Resource support, documentation and staff welfare;
• Perform other related duties as may be assigned by the Programme Coordinator.

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SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS:
Application accompanied by detailed curriculum vitae, copies of certificates and testimonials and at least two competent referees, one of whom MUST be from your current or previous employer should be addressed.

To: The Permanent Secretary,
Office of the Prime Minister,
Postel Building, 6th Floor Yusuf Lule Road,
P.O. Box 341, Kampala

To reach him not later than Friday, 24th December 2010 at 5:00 pm

Note: Only short listed applicants will be contacted. Any form of canvassing shall automatically lead to disqualification of a candidate.

Advocates for Public international Law Uganda (APILU) Jobs

Job title: NATIONAL CO-ORDINATOR

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

Jobs In Kampala- Uganda

University Research Co., LLC (URC), a US-based public health organization working in Uganda since 2005, is
implementing the USAID-funded SUSTAIN project. The newly initiated program supports provision of quality,
comprehensive HIV/AIDS services at over 30 health care facilities across the country. URC is seeking qualified
candidates for the following positions based in Kampala:
Long-term Positions:

a. Receptionist
Job Summary: The receptionist will provide a welcoming, professional atmosphere for the SUSTAIN
office and is responsible for managing office communications. He/she will also provide administrative
support for the project, coordinate transport as requested, and manage conference rooms and meeting
preparations.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelors Degree; At least 2 years experience in office management; Strong
written and oral communication skills
b. Grants Officer
Job Summary: The Grants Officer will manage approximately 30 grants provided to hospital sites
supported by SUSTAIN. He/she is responsible for maintaining a tracker of grantee expenditures and
advances, reviewing grantees’ financial reports, building financial management capacity among grantees,
ensuring compliance with USAID rules and regulations, and orienting grantees on sub-grant requirements.
Minimum Qualifications: Degree in B. Comm., Business Administration, Accounting/Finance or
comparable certifications/qualifications; At least 5 years experience in general financial management ;
Experience in grants management and capacity building in financial management required; Experience
with USAID programs/knowledge of USAID rules and regulations preferred
c. Finance Officer
Job Summary: The Finance Officer will ensure adherence to financial policy, budgets and internal control
measures. This position will support the development of timely financial reports, preparation of budgets,
and ensure compliance with USAID and URC regulations.
Minimum Qualifications: Degree in accounting or comparable certifications/qualifications; At least 5 years
experience in accounting/financial management; 2 years experience with QuickBooks preferred;
Experience with USAID programs preferred; Attention to detail, ability to prioritize/manage multiple tasks
d. Information Technology Support Specialist
Job Summary: The IT Support Specialist will provide daily on-site/off-site technical support for staff,
hardware and software administrator, IT systems, ensure back-up of data and proper usage maintence of all
IT equipment and update all software and systems in use.
Minimum Qualifications: Diploma in IT (Degree Preferred); proven experience of office networking and
computer programming; 5 years experience providing IT support
Short-term Consultancies
• Finance Management (1 Position)
• Laboratory Strengthening Needs Assessment/Activity Implementation (4 positions)
• HIV Psychosocial Care and Counseling Services (2 positions)
• Facilitator for a staff team-building workshop (1 position)
APPLICATION PROCESS:
Qualified applicants for long-term positions will be expected to submit the following documents to the Uganda URC
Office by: 12pm of Wednesday, November 24, 2010.
1. Cover Letter and Curriculum Vita
2. Contact information for 3 professional references
3. Photocopies of certificates and testimonials to be brought to interview or submitted hard copy (please do
not send via email)
Interested parties in short-term consultancies should contact Shiela Nyakaisiki for detailed scopes of work from
snyakaisiki@urc-chs.com or the URC office. Qualified applicants should then submit their application CV, cover
letter, and references documents to Shiela Nyakaisiki by 12pm of Wednesday, November 24, 2010
University Research Co., LLC – Centre for Human Services
Plot 7 Ntinda View Crescent, Naguru
P.O Box 28745
Kampala, UGANDA
hr-uganda@urc-chs.com
NB: Only short listed candidates will be contacted for interviews.

Unicef Jobs For Only Ugandans (United Nations Opportunities)

Job Title: Logistics Assistant
Grade: GS 4
Duty Station: Kampala
Type of Contract: Temporary Appointment
Duration: Six Months
Purpose of the post:
Under the general supervision of the Warehouse Assistant, the Logistics Assistant is responsible for, but not limited to the following: Work independently if deployed on field mission to support field distributions, field warehouse or to work in UNICEF Gulu warehouse location; Check incoming cargo for quantity, quality, and packing and report any discrepancies; Release supplies to end beneficiaries according to the release orders and prepare waybills/issue vouchers, gate passes for all dispatched supplies; Ensure proper storage of goods and accurate updating of bin cards; In coordination with the Warehouse Assistant supervise ancillary/casual labours Assist with periodic inventory reconciliation and monthly/weekly random inventory check. Assist with the proper filing of all documents related to the warehouse operation.
Applicants should possess the following qualifications and skills: Secondary school education. Supplemented with a course in logistics, storekeeping or transport management is a bonus. Two years working experience in logistics, warehousing, transport management or store keeping or a combination of the above. Emergency field logistics experience and distribution experience highly desirable. Experience working with UNICEF preferred. Computer skills. Knowledge of Word Processing and Excel spreadsheet application desirable. Foundational: Commitment, Drive for Results, Integrity, Self-awareness and self-regulations and Teamwork. Functional: Building Trust, Communication, Judgment and Tact.
Eligibility Criteria
1. ONLY Ugandan Nationals will be considered
2. UNICEF is committed to gender equality in its mandate and its staff; qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
3. Applications will be considered only if accompanied by an updated CV and P11 form, as well as the most recent performance evaluation report.
4. If applications are sent by email, please use this order to name your file attachments: Firstname_Lastname followed by document e.g. Gold_MukasaP11 or Gold_MukasaCV or Gold_MukasaApplication.
5. UNICEF is a smoke free environment.
6. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
Closing date for applications: 13 December 2010. Applicants interested in the above position should send their resume to:
Human Resource Specialist, UNICEF Kampala, Uganda,
Plot 9, George Street, PO Box 7047, Kampala Uganda
Via email to: ugderecruit@unicef.org

UNICEF Uganda Jobs Vacancies (United Nations)- Only Ugandans should apply

Job title: Procurement Assistant
Grade: GS 6
Number of Positions: Two
Duty Station: Kampala
Type of Contract and duration: - Fixed Term (One year with possible extension)
- Temporary Appointment (Six months)
Purpose of the post:
Under the direct guidance of the Supply Manager, the Procurement Assistant undertakes local procurement functions and assists in the day to day operations of supply. This includes local procurement of supplies and equipment (S+E) in accordance with competitive bidding process; conducting regular market research to keep up-date the data base of reliable suppliers and alternate sources of supplies for all ranges of commodities utilized by the organization; Following up with suppliers to ensure timely delivery of S + E to recipients, and create and ensure prompt payments to suppliers; Verifying invoices ensuring that quantities, prices and conditions on supplies invoiced, are in accordance with the Local Purchase Orders; Preparing correspondence on supply matters and on queries from Supply Division, NYHQ and other Field Offices; Regularly up-dating bid file, local procurement Supply Requisition (SRQ) files and LPO chronological file; Preparing proposals and recommendations for CRC consideration, where purchase value exceeds US $50,000 per transaction; Giving input to monthly report on procurement status, for the benefit of programme sections, technical clusters and management;
Applicants should possess the following qualifications and skills:
 Diploma in Business Studies/Commerce or equivalent qualifications.
 Three years experience in a Supply/Procurement work environment preferably in UN or other large organizations.
 Fluency in English required. Knowledge of the local working language of the duty station is an asset.
 Good analytical and conceptual thinking skills.
 Good communication and networking skills
 Self-awareness and self-regulation and team work.
 Computer skills, including internet navigation and use of various office applications.
 Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and establish harmonious and effective working relationships, both within and outside the organization.
Eligibility Criteria
1. ONLY Ugandan Nationals will be considered
2. UNICEF is committed to gender equality in its mandate and its staff; qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
3. Applications will be considered only if accompanied by an updated CV and P11 form, as well as the most recent performance evaluation report.
4. If applications are sent by email, please use this order to name your file attachments: Firstname_Lastname followed by document e.g. Gold_MukasaP11 or Gold_MukasaCV or Gold_MukasaApplication.
5. UNICEF is a smoke free environment.
6. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
Closing date for applications: 13 December 2010. Applicants interested in the above position should send their resume to:
Human Resource Specialist, UNICEF Kampala, Uganda,
Plot 9, George Street, PO Box 7047, Kampala Uganda
Via email to: ugderecruit@unicef.org

Civil Aviation Athourity (CAA) Jobs Vacancies (Employment Opportunities)

The Civil Aviation, Safety and Security Oversight Agency (CASSOA) is an Institution of the
East African Community in Entebbe Uganda, charged with the responsibility of overseeing
the harmonization and operationalisation of the air safety rules and regulations in the East
African Region.
CASSOA wishes to fill the following vacant positions with a suitable candidate who must be
a citizen of East Africa (i.e. Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda). The position is
tenable in Entebbe, Uganda.

Job Title: ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (REF: CAS/HR/2010/004) - READVERTISEMENT
Grade: General Staff Category (G4)
Reports to: Principal Human Resources and Administrative Officer
Duty Station: CASSOA Headquarters Entebbe, Uganda covering the EAC
Partner States of Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and
Tanzania
Main Purpose of the Job:
To provide secretarial and administrative services to ensure effective office management
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Provide secretarial and administrative support services.
2. Maintaining office diaries, protocols and travel arrangements for the Agency.
3. Avail documents, briefing papers, reports and presentations necessary for meetings
or assignments.
4. Organising meetings and ensuring concerned officers/stakeholders are informed.
5. Devising and maintaining office systems, including data management, filing and
records system.
6. Attending to enquiries and correspondence and screening information handling them
as appropriate;
7. Receiving and directing customers/visitors accordingly.
8. Ensure security of office records, documents and equipment.
9. Carrying out specific research as assigned by the assigned manager/officer.
10. Perform any other related duties as may be required by the management.
Qualifications and Experience
A Diploma in Secretarial studies or equivalent with typing speed of at least 100wpm. A
minimum relevant experience of 7 years. A diploma in Business Management will be an
added advantage.
Skills and Competencies:
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Good interpersonal and communication skills and proven integrity. Proficiency in the use of
office suite and desktop publishing tools.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE:
This is an established position within the CASSOA structure which has a tenable contract
term of five (5) years renewable upon satisfactory performance.
SALARY AND FRINGE BENEFITS:
The established positions offer a competitive salary and attractive fringe benefits including
house allowance, transport allowance, medical and insurance cover.
HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates should submit their applications together with curriculum vitae, copies
of both academic and professional certificates and testimonials, one recent passport sized
photograph, names and addresses of three referees, and day time telephone/cell phone
numbers, quoting the reference number of the position applied for by registered mail,
courier, or as attachments to an email (all attachments should be in Acrobat organised
in a zipped folder labeled with your name) and dispatched to:
THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR,
EAC CASSOA
P O BOX 873,
PLOT 41/43 CIRCULAR ROAD,
ENTEBBE,
UGANDA.
Email: recruitment@cassoa.org
TO REACH EAC CASSOA OFFICES BY FRIDAY 31ST DECEMBER 2010. PLEASE DO
NOT SEND YOUR APPLICATION VIA MULTIPLE ROUTES. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED
AFTER THE DEADLINE OR WITH ATTACHMENTS NOT IN REQUIRED FORMAT WILL
NOT BE CONSIDERED. CANVASSING WILL LEAD TO AUTOMATIC
DISQUALIFICATION.
The East African Community Civil Aviation Safety and Security Oversight Agency is an
equal opportunity employer; therefore female candidates are particularly encouraged to
apply. CASSOA will only respond to those candidates who are shortlisted.

Civil Aviation Athourity Jobs (CAA) Uganda

Job Title: MANAGER, FLIGHT OPERATIONS (REF: CAS/HR/2010/005) - READVERTISEMENT
Grade: Professional Staff Category (P4)
Reports to: Director Regulation and Standardization
Duty Station: CASSOA Headquarters Entebbe, Uganda covering the EAC
Partner States of Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and
Tanzania
Main purpose of the job:
To coordinate and oversee the implementation of the safety oversight programmes and
technical support to Partner States related to flight operations as approved by the Board
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Managing the flight operations department.
2. Participating in the evaluation of the status of aviation safety and security in Partner
States and providing technical assistance to Partner States in oversight activities.
3. Developing harmonised flight safety standards regulatory formulation and
amendments to ensure conformity to international standards.
4. Developing applicable technical guidance materials for operation practices and
procedures to implement the harmonised regulations.
5. Developing and implementing procedures for monitoring the development of
international standards and formulate a common regional position.
6. Convening and facilitating Working Group meetings to formulate and review
harmonised regulations and technical guidance materials.
7. Developing inputs and implement procedures and guidelines to be followed in
obtaining and sharing regional human resources for inspection activities,
surveillance, audits and responding to requests for assistance in flight safety related
matters.
8. Developing and implementing annual flight operations mission schedules for
evaluation of aviation safety status, implementation of harmonised regulations and
conformity to standardisation in the Partner States.
9. Prepare and provide input for the timely preparation of the Annual Programme of
Activities and budget for the Agency for approval by the Board.
10. Liaise with HR to develop training programmes and provide regional technical
training including inspectors’ indoctrination, basic, type, on-the-job and recurrent
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training for the functions of the Flight Operations Inspectors in the Agency and in the
Partner States,
11. Assisting/participating in the development and implementation of regional and State
safety Programmes.
12. Assisting in carrying out a skills audit to develop a data bank in the region for the
available and gap of skills in the region related to flight operations.
13. Participating in the establishment of a common personnel licensing examination in
the region.
14. Performing any other related duties as assigned by the supervisor
Qualifications and Experience:
1. A holder of university degree in any field and holder of a professional license at ATPL
level.
2. A minimum of 8 years management or supervisory experience with a civil aviation
administration, directly associated with the preparation and responsibility for
implementation of rules, regulations, operating manuals, flight and ground procedures
deemed necessary for flight safety, inspection and certification.
3. Considerable flight crew experience as pilot-in-command on modern, turbine engine
aircraft or substantial experience as a Flight Operations Inspector with ratings in
modern, turbine engine aircraft preferably of type operated in the region. 5000 hours
of flying experience with a demonstrable experience in an international airline
operation of at least of 1,000 hrs minimum.
4. Experience in the preparation, approval and use of Flight Operations Manuals and
other flight operation documentations including flight training and checking
programmes.
Skills and Knowledge:
1. Knowledge of legal responsibilities and administrative procedures for the issuance of
documents under State of Registry approval relating to supervision of flight
operations.
2. Knowledge of the requirements for personnel licensing systems, and of the training,
and maintenance of competency of flight and ground crews concerned with flight
operations.
3. Sound knowledge of ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices and related
documentation.
4. Good communication and report writing skills.
5. Proficiency in computer use and general IT applications.
6. Good interpersonal skills, high degree of integrity.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE:
This is an established position within the CASSOA structure which has a tenable contract
term of five (5) years renewable upon satisfactory performance.
SALARY AND FRINGE BENEFITS:
Established positions offer a competitive salary and attractive fringe benefits including house
allowance, transport allowance, medical and insurance cover.
HOW TO APPLY:
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Interested candidates should submit their applications together with curriculum vitae, copies
of both academic and professional certificates and testimonials, one recent passport sized
photograph, names and addresses of three referees, and day time telephone/cell phone
numbers, quoting the reference number of the position applied for by registered mail,
courier, or as attachments to an email (all attachments should be in Acrobat organised
in a zipped folder labeled with your name) and dispatched to:
THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR,
EAC CASSOA
P O BOX 873,
PLOT 41/43 CIRCULAR ROAD,
ENTEBBE,
UGANDA.
Email: recruitment@cassoa.org
TO REACH EAC CASSOA OFFICES BY FRIDAY 31st DECEMBER 2010. PLEASE DO
NOT SEND YOUR APPLICATION VIA MULTIPLE ROUTES. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED
AFTER THE DEADLINE OR WITH ATTACHMENTS NOT IN REQUIRED FORMAT WILL
NOT BE CONSIDERED. CANVASSING WILL LEAD TO AUTOMATIC
DISQUALIFICATION.
The East African Community Civil Aviation Safety and Security Oversight Agency is an
equal opportunity employer; therefore female candidates are particularly encouraged to
apply. CASSOA will only respond to those candidates who are shortlisted.

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