Service Executive Job Vacancy at Heidelberg East Africa Limited

Heidelberg East Africa Limited, a highly reputed company in the Printing industry is looking for a Senior Service Executive with the following credentials:

Duties

* Receive and record all requests for technical assistance. * Make an integrated maintenance system from the receipt of the service request to delivery. * Follow-up, supervise and control every detail in the department * Manage the data base of Service Scheduling. * Dispatch and relocate engineers for service jobs. * Prepare and distribute all management performance and financial reports including invoicing of service work done. * Daily review of service jobs. * Maintain the files of customers support department. * Resolve customer complaints. * Provide assistance and technical information to other departments if requested. * Assist customers on matters related to service work planning and scheduling. * Motivate the service team to ensure a Total Quality Service for all customers. * Ensure all preventative maintenance schedules including customer agreed commitments are met. * Update system on the implementation of fitting of retrofits required to be done on equipment as specified on the Service Information Bulletins. * Maintain the service contract data base * Assist with placing, monitoring and delivery of spare parts to customers when requested. * Follow-up the guarantee and warranty service with customers and suppliers. * Set budget for the department and follow up its implementation. * Prepare periodical reports to ensure smooth work flow in all branches. * Implement Technical Standards and System/Tool to access the performance of Service operations. * Proactively plan for service business expansion.Skills Requirements:

* Minimum Bachelor’s degree in any field preferably Mechatronics engineering * Minimum 2 years experience in the same line * Strong capability to professionally guide and motivate the entire Service Team * Must be a self-starter, highly organized, and able to work well with all levels in the organization * Strong computer skills with knowledge of MS Office suite * Customer oriented leader * Capable & confident of achieving business plan expansion.The email address for sending the applications is Maureen.wandera@heidelberg.com.

The deadline for submission is 1st February, 2011.


Project Manager for RapidSMS at UNICEF

Job title: Project Manager for RapidSMS School Monitoring

United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)

UNICEF is an organisation mandated by the United Nations General Assembly to advocate for the protection of children's rights, to help meet their basic needs and to expand their opportunities to reach their full potential.

Closing date: 26 Jan 2011

Location: Uganda - Kampala

PURPOSE:

UNICEF Uganda is looking for a skilled project manager (with at least a working knowledge of data management, primary and secondary education, and the educational system in Uganda) to lead the roll-out of mobile phone based tool to complement UNICEF's strategy of Child Friendly Schools.

Direct project participants (and users of the mobile phone reporting system) are expected to be community-based and youth organizations, members of the Girls Education Movement, School Management Committees, District Education Officers and School Inspectors, as well as others to be identified at a later date.

This project intends to provide a tool to these stakeholders with the following features:

1) routine tracking of high priority indicators, such as teacher absenteeism and linking the collected information with the EMIS and DEMIS database;

2) social monitoring of general issues needing attention, such as unclean water, with an emphasis on building awareness of community entitlements;

3) linkages to other systems, such as the Child Helpline, for serious issues requiring professional follow-up.

The primary SMS/web application framework that will be used is RapidSMS, but there are other data collection projects in Uganda running concurrently, and we will want the data to be integrated on a common website/dashboard.

RapidSMS is UNICEF's open source framework for developing SMS applications used for data collection, logistics coordination and communication projects, allowing any mobile phone to interact with the web. It allows people to SMS information to a server that then can graph, map and respond to the entries. Various implementations have been used to track food distribution during a famine in Ethiopia and collect malnutrition data in Malawi.

SCOPE OF WORK:

Below are the key tasks to be completed:

1. Conduct background research on the existing Education Management Information System (EMIS) and the under-development District Education Management Information System (DEMIS), as well as any other major computer / mobile based initiatives currently being deployed to support the Ministry of Education.

2. Work carefully with UNICEF Learning team and the MoES to develop the pilot project plan and tentative plan for national roll-out, timeline, budget, and strategy for government ownership and management.

3.Meet with key stakeholders and users, and work with MoES counterparts to develop the details of the application in line with government work plans and the Education Management Information System (EMIS).

4. Work closely with the T4D Specialist and Software Programmer(s) to design the

information flow, collection process and how the data collected through RapidSMS

projects and others will be visualized.

5. Conduct user experience and bug testing for the system.

6. Create written guidelines for system use and administration for district, school and community level users

7. Hold demo/training sessions with MoES, UNICEF staff and other partners.

8. Roll-out the “learning phase” of the monitoring system in the 4 identified districts.

9. Conduct routine data cleaning and monitoring / direct follow-up of pilot, with gradual handover to government counterparts.

10. Document all aspects of training and project roll - out (print, photo and video).

EXPECTED/KEY DELIVERABLES:

1. Inception report, with project scope, containing measurable objectives, monitoring & evaluation strategy (Week 2)

2. Project implementation strategy and initial technical schematic / design (Week 4)

3. Software development version 1.0 tested and completed (Week 10)

4. Deployed Education Monitoring system, operational at District and community level,

collecting and displaying data on easy-to-use dashboard (Week 16)

5. Documented project design, deployment and maintenance procedures, with clearly defined (and implemented) hand-over strategy (Week 20)

6. Ongoing documentation of project (blog, photos, videos)

TECHNICAL EXPERTISE REQUIRED:

It is required that the project manager has:

  • at least 3 years progressive experience with demonstrated results as a project manager
  • experience with community based development, participatory rural appraisal (PRA)

methodologies, and/or ethnographic research

It is highly recommended that the project manager have:

  • experience managing development of software applications
  • experience with monitoring and evaluation
  • at least 2 years of experience in East Africa and lives in region

It is advantageous for the project manager to have:

  • previous experience with mobile phone or other technology applications in Africa
  • experience working with Education Management Information Systems
  • experience working or coordinating with governmental agencies in Africa
  • experience working with open source applications
  • knowledge of environment in which UNICEF operates, and understanding of the constraints of working in a developing-world environment

Additionally, the project manager must be:

  • willing to work within the constraints of information technology in the developing world (low bandwidth, thin clients, etc). Final projects need to be lightweight and simple; issues of translation of interfaces need to be taken into account
  • willing to travel (sometimes on short notice) and develop software in the field, directly with end-users, in sometimes challenging conditions
  • willing to live in Kampala, Uganda

How to apply

Send letter of interest, CV and any relevant sample work (links or attachments) to cayado@unicef.org or ugderecruit@unicef.org

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

Apply by 26 January 2011

Reference Code: RW_8D287T-16


Program Development Advisor Job vacancy at War Child in Uganda

Job Title: Program Development Advisor – Education & Livelihoods (1)
Company Name : War Child Holland

Company Profile : War Child Holland is an international NGO investing in the peaceful future of children and young people affected by armed conflict. WCH’s goal is the empowerment of children and young people in war-affected area by means of creative activities (music, drama, art and sports), strengthen psychosocial development, building community awareness, education and child protection programs. WCH has worked in Northern Uganda since 2004 and currently works in Acholi, Lango and Karamoja (Abim) with a country office in Kampala. War Child Holland has a strong commitment to the protection and safety of children. War Child Holland does not tolerate or accept any form of child abuse WCH is seeking qualified candidate to fill the position described below:


Purpose: To advise on (formal and non-formal) education and livelihood content development as well as the quality of education and livelihood programming within WCH Uganda. Reports to: Program Development Manager Location: Based in Kampala with at least 50% travel to WCH work areas; Or based in one of the WCH work areas with up to 50% travel to other WCH areas and 1 week per month in Kampala. Essential Duties & Responsibilities: • Ensure effective design and implementation of quality formal & non-formal education and livelihood programming through technical advice and support. • Review the current education and livelihood Strategy; support the delivery and achievement of objectives throughout the organisation. • Build the capacity of WCH staff and partners to be able to deliver quality education and livelihood activities and projects through on-the-job training, coaching and support. • Contribute to proposal development and report writing. • Represent WCH in his/her expertise related meetings and coordination platforms.
Experience : 3 (Years)

Location : Kampala Uganda
Skill Set : Minimum Requirements: • Relevant BSc and Masters in education, development or other relevant field. • Minimum of three years experience of supporting formal & non-formal education and livelihood programming for children and young people in an NGO in post conflict setting. • Proven technical expertise and up to date with best practices and global developments in the field of formal/non-formal education and livelihoods in a development context. • Proven advisory and coaching skills • Experience of training and capacity building of junior, senior staff and partner organisations. • Proven experience in development of strategy, tools, curricular and methodologies to support education and livelihoods programming, including child centred and creative approaches.

How to Apply: Remuneration: Attractive package based on qualifications and experience. Interested applicants should contact War Child Holland for a full Job Profile before applying. Candidates who meet the minimum requirements can send their applications by sending a motivation letter and current CV by email to: kampala.office@warchild.nl. Stating reference PDA-EL in subject line. Please do not include certificates. Closing date: 28th January, 2011 and only short-listed candidates will be contacted. “Recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.”


Address : P.O. Box 21912, Kampala

Apply Before Date : 28 Jan 2011

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Consultant Research Coordinator Job vacancy in Uganda

Job Title: Consultant Research Coordinator

The Population Council is seeking applications for a Consultant Research Coordinator, based in Uganda. The successful candidate will possess strong research and project management skills and support the Population Council’s project to delay marriage in rural areas of Uganda.

Responsibilities associated with qualitative research and surveys include:
1. Oversee all research data collection related to the project, ensuring adherence to study protocols and data of the highest quality
2. Provide bi-weekly progress reports to project team, or as requested by the Population Council
3. Oversee the translation into local languages and pretesting of all study questionnaires
4. Serve as liaison with local ethics committee for submission of protocol and subsequent revisions
5. Assist in the hiring and training of interviewers, supervisors and other study personnel
6. Conduct community sensitization with respect to survey data collection and field work
7. Oversee all associated study logistics including organizing and hiring transport, ensuring drivers have proper insurance, tracking mileage, ensuring smooth running of data collection activities
8. Organize venue, supplies and training site for local interview teams
9. Oversee supervisors, interviewers and other study personnel during data collection
10. Ensure strict compliance with ethical and field protocols during data collection, as well as data of the highest quality
11. Manage onsite data-management and data security and perform quality control checks
12. Manage local study finances (collect receipts, document interviewer expenditures, monitor days worked, etc) and other reporting related to field operations and data collection expenditures
13. Assist in any other study related tasks as deemed necessary by project team

Responsibilities associated with monitoring local partner intervention activities include:
1. Serve as liaison to local entity receiving sub-award related to intervention activities and ensure compliance with all financial reporting
2. Monitor and ensure timely and intensive implementation of project activities by project partners as per the approved proposal
3. Ensure that local entities execute monitoring and evaluation plans and other associated reporting
4. Provide ongoing capacity building on monitoring and evaluation, including management information systems

Qualifications:
1. Bachelor's degree with 8+ years experience supervising data collection in Eastern or Southern Africa (especially Uganda) or Master’s degree and 4+ years experience preferred.
2. Excellent organizational skills with keen attention to detail. Ability to work independently, prioritize and to follow-up on multiple tasks simultaneously.
3. Excellent English language skills (oral and written). Fluency in local languages and familiarity with study areas
4. Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, and Outlook. Proficiency in PowerPoint and Access highly preferred.
5. Ability to travel extensively in project sites and in remote areas.


ASSIGNMENT LENGTH: Six months, with possibility of renewal
SALARY: Depends on qualifications and experience

Apply for this job

Deadline for application is February 5th.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume/CV to:
pcconsultancyuganda@popcouncil.org


Kyambogo University Graduation List

THE DEAN KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL PRESENTS
GRADUANDS FOR THE AWARD OF POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN
SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION OF KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY
AKANYA Susan (Ms)
AIRO Angella Joan (Ms)
MUGERWA Moses
NALUBEGA Margaret (Ms)
NAKAMWA Esther (Ms)
NAGUDI Esther (Ms)
NALWADDA Diana Chris (Ms)
THE DEAN KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL PRESENTS
GRADUANDS FOR THE AWARD OF POST-GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN
COMMUNITY BASED REHABILITATION OF KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY
ATUKWASE Prudence (Ms)
BAHEMUKA Julius
BIRUNGI Violet (Ms)
KALULA Edward
NABACHWA Proscovia (Ms)
OLEJA Anthony Enyogu
SIWA Ben Sekajja
THE DEAN KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL PRESENTS
GRADUANDS FOR THE AWARD OF POST GRADEATE DIPLOMA IN
TEACHER EDUCATION OF KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY
BESIGYE Edward
GUMA Henry Andrew
MWEBEMBEZI John
MWESIGWE John Bosco
NANSUBUGA Brenda (Ms)
NTULAGE Ibrahim
NYATIBO Charleson Anjelo
SSENBUUSI Douglas
SSENTONGO Sinani
THE DEAN KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL PRESENTS
GRADUANDS FOR THE AWARD OF POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN
EDUCATION OF KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY
AKELLO Joan (Ms)
AYESIGYE Absolom
HASAHYA Norah (Ms)
JITTA Joshua Kigongo
KATONGOLE John
KYOKUTAMBA Sharson Jackie (Ms)
MAATE Josephat
MUKUNGU Jumah Baguma
NAIGA Brenda (Ms)
SAMAHYA Fred
SSENSONGA Netopher


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GRADUATION LIST FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2008/2009
12TH FEBRUARY 2010

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