Helpdesk Assistant Job Vacancy

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the following posts. Please submit your application, Curriculum Vitae, Certificates and Transcripts (3 copies each set) giving full details of applicants’ education, qualifications, work experience, present salary and naming three referees, plus their postal addresses. Applicants should make sure that at least two referees have forwarded references concerning their application.

Applications should be delivered to the Employment Division Office, Room 406, Top Floor, Main Building, Makerere University, and addressed to:


The Director
Human Resources
Makerere University
P.O.Box 7062
Kampala.


Closing Date: Friday 28th January 2011



Job Title: Helpdesk Assistant (01)

Reports to: End User Support Administrator

Salary Scale: Makerere University M.12

Required Qualifications: Diploma in an ICT related field from a recognized institution

Required Experience At least a year’s experience supporting users in a large organisation, demonstrable experience in dealing with computer hardware and software related problems, as well as web based applications.

Duties and Responsibilities

1. Give routine help to users for hardware and software related help inquiries -
2. Document and direct inquiries beyond hers/his capacity to the End User Support Administrator and give feedback to users
3. Perform and document various information systems and services monitor reports from an end user perspective
4. Act as a liaison between the End user support unit and university unit system administrators.
5. Handling any other duties which may from time to time be assigned by the End User Support Administrator, DICTS

Required attributes:

• Experience in hardware and software trouble shooting
• Good interpersonal skills
• Output-oriented work habits
• Good conceptual skills
• Initiative and innovation

Age Limit: Applicants should not exceed 50 years of age.

Tenure of Appointment: The appointment shall be for a contract period of Four years and may be renewed subject to satisfactory performance following appraisal.

Records and Information Jobs Vacancy in Uganda

Job Title: Manager, Records and Information

Reports to: Director – Human Resources

Salary Scale: Makerere University M.4

Required Minimum Qualifications: Honours Bachelors Degree from a recognized institution and a Masters degree from a recognized institution preferably in any of the following fields of study:

* Computer Science
* Software Engineering
* Information Systems
* Information Technology
* Information Science or its equivalent


Required Experience: At least 7 (seven) years of working experience with ICT systems in a large organisation, 3 (three) of which should be at supervisory level.

Duties & Responsibilities:

1. Provide leadership to the Records and Information Division in line with the Human Resource (HR) policy.
2. Provide professional (technical) support and advice to all stakeholders (Management, staff, and Council Committees) in line with the University Strategic Plan and HR policy
3. Develop work targets for the Division in line with HR Strategic Plan
4. Initiate, review, and monitor policies and procedures on Information and Records in line with the University Strategic Plan.
5. Review and elicit specifications for changes in IT and HR processes in line with University Information Policy.
6. Manage performance, mentor, guide, and appraise division staff in line with HR Policies.
7. Plan, budget and account for the Division’s resources in line with Directorate’s Strategic Plan
8. Continuously design proposals on issues of HR Records and information in line with University Strategic plan.
9. Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the Director Human Resources from time to time.

Essential skills/competences:

• Records organisational skills
• Excellent ICT and data analysis skills
• Good interpersonal, communication and Team Building skills
• Mentoring skills
• Working knowledge of record policies & Law

Desirable qualities

Working knowledge of the Universities and Other Tertiary Institutions Act 2001 and Makerere University Information Systems

Age limit: Applicants should not exceed 50 years of age

Tenure of appointment: Permanent terms of service

Applications should be delivered to the Employment Division Office, Room 406, Top Floor, Main Building, Makerere University, and addressed to:

The Director

Human Resources

Makerere University

P.O.Box 7062

Kampala.


Researchers and data collectors Jobs in Uganda

Job Title: Researchers and data collectors

The National Council for Higher Education wishes to create a pool of institutional and program
assessors. The Council also wishes to create a pool of researchers and data collectors to assist in the
process of institutional and program accreditation. Interested persons are called upon to apply in
writing to the Executive Director National Council for Higher Education. E-mail applications will
also be accepted. Successful applicants will be on call each time their services are needed.

Eligibility Requirements:

a) Institutional and program assessors
i) Must have a minimum of a Masters Degree but preferably a PhD in any academic field from a
recognized university
ii) Must have knowledge of higher education structures, administration and system
iii) Knowledge and experience in curriculum design and review will be an added advantage
b) Researchers and data collectors
i) Must have a minimum of a Bachelor Degree in any fi eld with at least second class lower division
from a recognized university
ii) Must have a minimum of one year fi eld research experience

Interested persons should send their applications with all necessary attachments (CVs and academic
documents) indicating day time telephone contact and e-mail address not later than 31 January 2011
to;
The Executive Director
National Council for Higher Education
34 Cavers Crescent, P.O. Box 76, KYAMBOGO – UGANDA
Tel: +256-312-262-140/4, Fax: +256-312-262-145, E-mail: nche@infocom.co.ug ,
Web site: www.unche.or.ug


Ndejje University

History and background

Ndejje University was first established in 1992 under a different name and ownership. The University acquired its present status in 1995 under the Anglican Diocese of Luweero. It continued operating under this narrow ownership base until 2002 when the ownership base was enlarged to include all the six Church of Uganda Dioceses in the Buganda Region.

The University is Chartered by the Government Of the Republic of Uganda

Ndejje University pioneered the private university education in Uganda and is currently among the leading privately run universities, Chartered by the Government of Uganda. It offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs.

Ndejje University has three campuses

The Kampala Campus in the urban setting, at Plot 151, Balintuma Road, just below Mengo Hospital, Kampala. It is ideal for the working class in and around Kampala City. The second and third Campuses (The Main and Lady Irene) are located on 200 acres of land, in a rural setting at Ndejje Hill, Luweero District. This is 42 kilometers (26 miles ) north of Kampala - ideal for quiet and serious study activities. Fear of God brings knowledge & wisdom

Objectives
The objects of Ndejje University are:
• To provide resources and facilities for higher education, excellence in teaching, and promotion of research and advanced learning within the context of Christian faith, practice and spirituality.

• To provide, with other Christian institutions, academic leadership to the Church and society in Uganda and Africa, so as to address through research, education and consultation, the economic, social and political problems that are unique to the Ugandan and African society.

• To guide students to understand and accept themselves, their individual needs and talents, and to develop their potential for productive life and service.

• To provide students with a balanced educational program that helps them to develop professional skills. and to broaden their perception so as to develop a holistic approach to life.

Objectives
The objects of Ndejje University are:
• To provide resources and facilities for higher education, excellence in teaching, and promotion of research and advanced learning within the context of Christian faith, practice and spirituality.

• To provide, with other Christian institutions, academic leadership to the Church and society in Uganda and Africa, so as to address through research, education and consultation, the economic, social and political problems that are unique to the Ugandan and African society.

• To guide students to understand and accept themselves, their individual needs and talents, and to develop their potential for productive life and service.

• To provide students with a balanced educational program that helps them to develop professional skills. and to broaden their perception so as to develop a holistic approach to life.


Information Technology (IT) Services

Information and Communications Technology is an important part of students' studies at Ndejje University. IT Services are on hand at all its three campuses to provide students the facilities they need to make their life at Ndejje University a success. They are important research and learning resources.

University Library

The University Library is an essential resource for all including postgraduate students. Ndejje University Library at the Main Campus has more than 30,000 volumes of books and about 5,000 periodicals, journals, magazines and other special collections. The library also has internet facilities, and is being improved and developed every year to meet the varied needs of students. There is a branch of the same at the Kampala Campus, stocked mostly with the business books, periodicals, journals and magazines and other related documents. Internet facilities are also available.

Postal, Telephone and Internet Services

There are postal, telephone, and e-mail facilities within the University and its neighborhood. Students are also free to acquire and use their own mobile telephones. Fear of God brings knowledge & wisdom

Accommodation:
When you first move to a new place, finding somewhere to live can be a daunting task. Ndejje University has many campuses, and good halls of residence geared to the needs of students. Others are also under construction. However, the University does not provide accommodation for married students. Such students must find their own accommodation. Anyone interested in the University accommodation should contact the Dean of Students, the Wardens and Custodians who are responsible for it.

Students' Welfare:
The University has a students' health service providing medical facilities, free of charge, to students. It is maintained by a team of two Doctors, Nursing assistants , counselors and laboratory technicians on a full- time basis. The complicated cases are referred to Mengo Hospital in Kampala. Canteen servicesare provided for shopping basic life goods.

Religious LIfe:
Ndejje University does not discriminate anybody on the basis of religion; all religions are recognized. Hence it has several religious associations, including Protestants, Catholics, the Seventh Day Adventists, Moslems and the Pentecostals. Each association freely organizes the weekly worship and other religious functions as deemed fit, as long as it aims at promoting the well-being of the students and the University through encouraging positive religious values. However, the Protestants and Catholics have Chaplains assisted by several priests in the University. '

Tutorship scheme:
Each Department at Ndejje University has a system of student advisors who can provide information and advice on a range of issues, including personal, academics and financial matters. Similarly, psychological and counseling services are freely and confidentially provided to all students. Hence the scheme acts as guidance to students.

Sports and Recreation:
Life in Ndejje University is not about studying alone. There are also excellent sports facilities to help every student make the best of his/her spare time. One doesn't have to be a world champion to take part -Ndejje University caters for a diverse range of interests at all levels of ability. The University provides facilities and opportunities for a wide range of sports and recreation. These include playgrounds for football, volleyball, rugby, badminton, darts, netball, table tennis, lawn tennis, softball, basketball, chess, and other indoor games. Other recreational activities include clubs, social activities, and cultural events, to mention just a few. Students normally take part in those activities from 5.00 to 7.00 pm during the week days, and from 3.00 to 6.00 pm during week -ends. Ndejje University is a renowned powerhouse in the inter-university sports competitions, both in Uganda and East Africa, particularly in athletics. All students, both females and males, compete under their halls of residence. In fact most students' social activities are organized by students in their halls of competition. Ndejje University has extended its tentacles of success to the World University games during the last 10 years. It has fielded the biggest number of participants for the national joint universities' team to the World University Games in China, Korea and Turkey. Ndejje University has also constantly fielded participants in national teams like the 2005 Olympics in Athens, Greece; the 2006 Common wealth Games in Australia; the World Cross Country in India, Japan, etc. During the last five years, the University has sent 13 athletic students to American and European Universities on sports related scholarship basis. Such Universities like Arkansas, Boise State University (Indiana), Bethune -Cookman College (Florida), etc. have some students from Ndejje University under athletics scholarships.

Students Organizations, Societies and Clubs:
The multi-cultural student community at Ndelie University has naturally led to the formation of several associations! clubs meant to promote cultural events. These also provide a fascinating insight into the various cultural styles enjoyed by the various students in the University. Thus several students' associations of particular tribes, district or regions are glaring examples of student clubs/organizations set up to uphold cultural diversity.

Information Technology (IT) Services:
Information and Communications Technology is an important part of students' studies at Ndejje University. IT Services are on hand at all its three campuses to provide students the facilities they need to make their life at Ndejje University a success. They are important research and learning resources.

Postal, Telephone and Internet Services:
There are postal, telephone, and wireless internet facilities within the University. Students are also free to acquire and use their own mobile telephones and Portable computer sets.

For any inquiries, Contact the Dean of Students' Office at:
Main Campus, Ndejje Hill, Luweero District. and
Kampala Campus, Balintuma Road , Mengo.
Tel; +256-752-730334 (Main), +256-752-730349 (Kampala) Accommodation:
When you first move to a new place, finding somewhere to live can be a daunting task. Ndejje University has many campuses, and good halls of residence geared to the needs of students. Others are also under construction. However, the University does not provide accommodation for married students. Such students must find their own accommodation. Anyone interested in the University accommodation should contact the Dean of Students, the Wardens and Custodians who are responsible for it.

Students' Welfare:
The University has a students' health service providing medical facilities, free of charge, to students. It is maintained by a team of two Doctors, Nursing assistants , counselors and laboratory technicians on a full- time basis. The complicated cases are referred to Mengo Hospital in Kampala. Canteen servicesare provided for shopping basic life goods.

Religious LIfe:
Ndejje University does not discriminate anybody on the basis of religion; all religions are recognized. Hence it has several religious associations, including Protestants, Catholics, the Seventh Day Adventists, Moslems and the Pentecostals. Each association freely organizes the weekly worship and other religious functions as deemed fit, as long as it aims at promoting the well-being of the students and the University through encouraging positive religious values. However, the Protestants and Catholics have Chaplains assisted by several priests in the University. '

Tutorship scheme:
Each Department at Ndejje University has a system of student advisors who can provide information and advice on a range of issues, including personal, academics and financial matters. Similarly, psychological and counseling services are freely and confidentially provided to all students. Hence the scheme acts as guidance to students.

Sports and Recreation:
Life in Ndejje University is not about studying alone. There are also excellent sports facilities to help every student make the best of his/her spare time. One doesn't have to be a world champion to take part -Ndejje University caters for a diverse range of interests at all levels of ability. The University provides facilities and opportunities for a wide range of sports and recreation. These include playgrounds for football, volleyball, rugby, badminton, darts, netball, table tennis, lawn tennis, softball, basketball, chess, and other indoor games. Other recreational activities include clubs, social activities, and cultural events, to mention just a few. Students normally take part in those activities from 5.00 to 7.00 pm during the week days, and from 3.00 to 6.00 pm during week -ends. Ndejje University is a renowned powerhouse in the inter-university sports competitions, both in Uganda and East Africa, particularly in athletics. All students, both females and males, compete under their halls of residence. In fact most students' social activities are organized by students in their halls of competition. Ndejje University has extended its tentacles of success to the World University games during the last 10 years. It has fielded the biggest number of participants for the national joint universities' team to the World University Games in China, Korea and Turkey. Ndejje University has also constantly fielded participants in national teams like the 2005 Olympics in Athens, Greece; the 2006 Common wealth Games in Australia; the World Cross Country in India, Japan, etc. During the last five years, the University has sent 13 athletic students to American and European Universities on sports related scholarship basis. Such Universities like Arkansas, Boise State University (Indiana), Bethune -Cookman College (Florida), etc. have some students from Ndejje University under athletics scholarships.

Students Organizations, Societies and Clubs:
The multi-cultural student community at Ndelie University has naturally led to the formation of several associations! clubs meant to promote cultural events. These also provide a fascinating insight into the various cultural styles enjoyed by the various students in the University. Thus several students' associations of particular tribes, district or regions are glaring examples of student clubs/organizations set up to uphold cultural diversity.

Information Technology (IT) Services:
Information and Communications Technology is an important part of students' studies at Ndejje University. IT Services are on hand at all its three campuses to provide students the facilities they need to make their life at Ndejje University a success. They are important research and learning resources.

Postal, Telephone and Internet Services:
There are postal, telephone, and wireless internet facilities within the University. Students are also free to acquire and use their own mobile telephones and Portable computer sets.

For any inquiries, Contact the Dean of Students' Office at:
Main Campus, Ndejje Hill, Luweero District. and
Kampala Campus, Balintuma Road , Mengo.
Tel; +256-752-730334 (Main), +256-752-730349 (Kampala)

Ndejje University Financial information (Fees Payments)

All information pertaining to finances is obtained from the Bursar's office. The Bursar heads the Finance Department. His office is open from Monday through Friday, from 8.00 am to 5.00pm.

Payment of University Dues:
Students are required to show proof of payment of all University dues to the Bursar's office. Fees for each Semester are payable at the beginning of that Semester, after which a student must register with the Academic Registrar's office; then he becomes a bona fide student of the University.

Cash payments to the Bursar are not accepted; money must be banked into one of the following University Bank Collection

Accounts:

Centenary Rural Development Bank Entebbe Road Branch, Kampala
Account No:3010005055
Title of Account: Ndejje University Fees Collection Account

Centenary Rural Development Bank Wobulenzi Branch, Wobulenzi
Account No:3510021366
Title of Account: Ndejje University Fees Collection Account.

DFCU Bank, Uganda.
Account No:01013500075284
Title of Account: Ndejje University Fees Collection Account

Equity Bank, Uganda.
Account No:02-00-562-412
Title of Account: Ndejje University Fees Collection Account.

Bank pay -in -slips to any of the above Accounts are obtainable from the Bursar's office or at any of the accounts offices on the three campuses. For DFCU and Equity Banks, banking slips are obtainable at the banks.

Cheque Payments

Persona! cheques are not acceptable. Only verified Bankers' Cheques (Bank Drafts) written in the names of "Ndejje University" are acceptable. The student is required to bring a copy of the Banking Pay -in -Slip to the Bursar's office: who will issue a receipt for the total amount banked.

Students' Financial Records

The Bursar's office is ever ready to furnish each student with details regarding the payment of University dues. However, students are advised to keep copies of all Bank pay -in -slips and receipts issued by the Bursar's office.

Ndejje University Application (Admission) Procedures

Ndejje University offers postgraduate courses at Masters and Diploma levels besides those offered at undergraduate levels. Prospective students should apply through the Academic Registrar to whom the applications should be sent before the beginning of every Semester (i.e. August or January) or every Session (i.e. August, December, April). Late applications are only accepted if the program space allows. These should be received not later than one month after the start of the appropriate semester; OR not later than a week after the beginning of a session. The admission procedure includes the Masters Program applicants.

Application is made through filling the application form obtainable from the Academic Registrar's office(Main Campus) or at the Kampala Campus. Further inquiries on specific issues may be sought by writing or telephoning directly to:

The Academic Registrar Ndejje University
P. O. Box 7088, Kampala
Tel: +256-0392-730321
Fax: +256-0392-730324
Email: registrar@ndejjeuniversity.ac.ug

All application forms must be accompanied by genuine copies of the "0" level certificates and/or pass slips; and for candidates who sat for "A" level before the current year, by a copy of the "A" -level certificate and/or pass slips.

Four (4) recent passport size photographs, preferably colored, must be submitted with the application form.

Admission Requirements
Ndejje University has two principal avenues for entry into the University:

Direct "A" Level Entry
Candidates who have completed "A"- level are considered. They should have obtained two or more Principal passes at the same sitting at the "A" level examinations in any subject. Except when specifically provided in special faculty requirements, all subjects offered by the Uganda National Examinations Board are regarded as approved subjects for entry.

Mature Age Entry Scheme

(i) All candidates who may have attempted "A"-level and fail to get two principal passes but have relevant working experience, may seek admission to the University

(ii) Candidates who hold a Diploma with relevant qualifications (e.g. in education, business administration, etc) may seek admission. Candidates, who hold several certificates and have relevant experience, may also seek admission for the course relevant to their experience.

Also, candidates who fail to get principal passes at "A"- level or international students who don't meet the minimum entry requirements can be admitted to the "Advanced Certificate Course" for one year. When they score an average of 60% in the final examinations, they may be admitted for the degree course in the following year.

Makerere University- Public Relations Office

The Public Relations Office headed by the Senior Public Relations Officer, is responsible for ensuring that the University and its activities, achievements and awards are communicated appropriately to both the internal and external publics

The Office handles Communication and Marketing activities, which include:

* University Function management
* Marketing and Branding
* Media liaison
* Online communication services
* Internal communication
* Research and Information Services

Events
This Office is responsible for managing University Corporate events especially those hosted by the Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor.

The most notable of these is the annual Graduation ceremony, presided over by the Chancellor with the emceeing function handled by the Senior Public Relations Officer.

Research & Information
The Public Relations Office is responsible for the publication of University corporate information which includes The Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor's speeches for Graduation ceremonies and any other public functions, Graduation Newsletters, a quarterly Mak News university magazine among others.

Marketing
The Office is also responsible for marketing the University's Corporate image to both the internal and external publics.

Some of these activities include:

* Promoting the University at events e.g. exhibitions, conferences alongside the use of promotional materials such as brochures, fliers, calendars, plaques and other mementos
* Brand management

Other areas the office provides guidance are:

* Production of banners(pull-up and other), publishing of brochures, posters, leaflets and other promotional materials for information drives
* Media and Online promotion of upcoming university events
* Appropriate use of the University logo both online and on branded promotional material


Online Services
The Public Relations Office provides content management support for the university domain mak.ac.ug.
Roles with regard to online services include:

* Ensuring that content production guidelines are adheared to
* Design and Website reviews for completed websites
* Maintaining a consistent, corporate, unique online identity with use of University colors, logo placements
* Search Engine Optimization working together with DICTS
* Support for email queries through the official pro@admin.mak.ac.ugThis e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it email


Contact Information

Ag. Senior Public Relations Officer
Ms Ritah Namisango
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Administrative Assistant
Mrs. Maureen Mayanja
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Branding & Marketing Officer
Mr. Agaba Issa Mugabo
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Web Manager
Mr. Wamai Mark
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Public Relations Office

Plot 33, The Edge, Makerere University

OR

Room 301, Main Administration Building
P.O. Box 7062
Kampala, Uganda
Tel: +256 414 531202
Email: pro[at]admin.mak.ac.ug

Infrastructure Consultant Job Vacancy in Uganda

Job Title: Infrastructure Consultant

Department: Engineering

Location: Kampala & Field based.



Responsibilities / Key Objectives:

- Adhere to Tullow EHS policies and standards.

- Develop execution/contracting/financing strategies to complete projects in required timelines and to stakeholder expectations.

- Manage all interfaces with relevant government departments, private companies and partners with respect to infrastructure development.

- Effectively communicate with Senior Management Team.

- Coordinate and monitor the work of consultant and contactors during the definition stage of all infrastructure projects.

- Lead discussion internally and externally on possible finance infrastructure projects.

- Lead study teams comprising of Tullow personnel and external consultants to develop concepts and alternatives for various infrastructure projects.



Experience and Education:

- 15-20 years in an infrastructure background.

- Experience in oil & gas industry’s desirable but not essential.

- Demonstrable, project lead responsibility including for significant $500m + work.

- Developed management and interpersonal skills with the capability to lead a cross functional team.

- Awareness and sensitivity to multinational exposures and cultures.

- Primary degree in a relevant engineering or similar discipline.




Application procedure:

Applications by e-mail only:

hruganda@tullowoil.com


Deadline: 21st January 2011

Senior Cost Engineer Job Vacancy

Job Title: Senior Cost Engineer

Department: Exploration & Production

Location: Kampala



Responsibilities/ Key Objectives.

- To assist the Group Project Controls Manager with the preparation of the annual business plans and budgets pertaining to major onshore oil/gas separation plants, pipelines and multi-well exploration and appraisal campaigns.

- To maintain historical records and data against which trends may be measured and estimates developed.

- To supervise the operation of the company’s integrated project control systems and all other applications relevant to the cost function.

- Take responsibility for the production of responsive and reliable performance analysis, JV partners, management and GoU project and status reports on all projects and programmes.



Experience and Education:

- Member or fellow of the Associate of Cost Engineers (ACostEDegree qualified in a relevant discipline)

- Experience of initiating plans for the improvement of company systems and procedures for cost control and manages approved development work.

- Expert in cost engineering methodologies within the upstream oil & gas industry and highly conversant with cost estimating and field planning.

- Significant experience of industry standard cost control systems such as Kildrummy or Cobra.

- 20 years experience in cost control or cost estimating within upstream oil & gas with at least 10 years spent in a leadership role.

- Experience of delivering 2 or more major exploration and production cost projects in the oil & gas sector, typically managing a capital expenditure spend in the region of $ 1billion USD per year.

- Experience in managing of costs associated with a 3 or 3 rig program.



Application procedure:

Applications by e-mail only:

hruganda@tullowoil.com



Deadline: 21st January 2011

Senior Completions Engineer Job Vacancy in Uganda

Job Title: Senior Completions Engineer

Department: Exploration and Production

Location: Kampala



Responsibilities/ Key Objective:

- Develop and optimize testing and completion designs, with key G&G plus Engineering staff.

- Analyze performance associated with testing & completion activities and identify potential improvements.

- Manage and supervise the in-country completion work, this includes all sick or rig-less intervention.

- Prepare the requisition for the completion and artificial list work; keep control of the in-country stock and inventory.

- Participate in the technical evaluation for all completion, artificial and well head equipment, make recommendations.

- Assure the technical integrity of the existing well stock by applying the well integrity management system and managing well interventions.





Experience and Education:

- Knowledge of industry normal practices associated with testing, work-over, wire-line and completion operations, as well as control techniques.

- The engineering criteria associated with the well construction and operations planning, completion testing and production.

- Knowledge of production technology issues to be addressed when developing completion designs.

- Familiar with API & other recognized industry standards and recommended practices.

- Experienced in the use of the key software packages utilized in completion engineering.

- Engineering degree or equivalent.





Application procedure:

Applications by e-mail only:

hruganda@tullowoil.com


Deadline: 21st January 2011

Logistics Manager

Job Title: Logistics Manager

Department: Supply Chain

Location: Kampala



Responsibilities / Key Objectives:

- Contribute to the development of SCM strategies and plans, working with SCM leadership in-country and SCM group level.

- Manage suppliers performance and relationship management for major logistics providers in country.

- Oversee the periodic review of OFF/transport and related logistics providers to develop and award logistics contracts.

- Develop the logistics department skills and capability, including succession planning & localization.

- Oversee logistics incident management.

- Work with business unit management and internal customers to review and plan logistics requirements for operations and development projects.





Experiences and Education:

- Minimum 15 years proven experience.

- International exposure within an oil and gas operating environment.

- Projects and operations logistics experience with an operator and /or logistics provider.

- Experience of exploration/appraisal/development drilling operations.

- Experience working within Africa on the above is preferred.

- Proven logistics experience (transport, warehouse and material) is paramount; with the following academic qualifications being advantageous: Diploma in Transport Management, as well as a Business or Management related subject.



Application procedure:

Applications by e-mail only:

hruganda@tullowoil.com



Deadline: 21st January 2011

Operations & Production Manager Job Vacancy

Job Title: Operations & Production Manager

Department: Operations

Location: Kampala



Responsibilities / Key Objectives:

- Responsible for the mapping and all operations and production activities.

- Provide leadership, motivation and manage the operations and production team to deliver the business unit’s (E&P) strategy while ensuring safe working environment and maximization of the value of the producing assets.

- Accountable for all field operations planning and execution.

- Accountable for field operations budgeting.

- Deliver nationalism and succession plan in the operations and production department by coaching, grooming, mentoring and being responsible for operational staff training and development.







Experience and Education:

- 15-20 years overall experience in oil and gas operations with a minimum of 10 years in an operations and production management role.

- Experience working with oil and gas offshore as well as the onshore operations.

- Bachelor’s degree in geosciences/engineering/project management.



Application procedure:

Applications by e-mail only:

hruganda@tullowoil.com


Deadline: 21st January 2011

Production Manager

Job Title: Production Manager

Department: Operations

Location : Kampala



Responsibilities/ Key Objectives:

- To provide leadership, motivation and manage the production team to help deliver the operations strategy while ensuring a safe working environment and maximization of the producing assets.

- Interfere with the project development teams with regards to the management of all technical interfaces ensuring resources are assigned / deployed in an optimal manner.

- Manage contracted outsourced production services.

- Report production volumes and activities.

- Accountable for field operations budgeting.

- Forecast production rates in conjunction with subsurface engineers.



Experience and Education:

- Bachelor’s degree in geosciences/engineering/project management.

- 10-15 years of overall experience in oil and gas operations with a minimum of 5 years in a production facility.

- Offshore and onshore production experience.

- Management of oil and gas production operations.



Application procedure:

Applications by e-mail only:

hruganda@tullowoil.com



Deadline: 21st January 2011

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