Technical Advisor Jobs in Rwanda, Kigali

Job Title: Senior Technical Advisor
Location: Kigali, Rwanda
Job Code: IPR1427

Description
EGPAF is requesting expressions of interest of potential candidates to fill the role as Senior Technical Advisor on an anticipated USAID-Rwanda health project whose goal is to increase the use of facility and community-based family health services for an integrated package of services related to FP/RH, HIV/AIDS, MNCH, malaria, nutrition, and safe water and hygiene.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

The Senior Technical Advisor will work in close collaboration with the Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP), the Chief of Party (COP) and the other key staff and serve as a member of the program management team. S/he will oversee the overall strategy, planning and coordination for quality of integrated family health services which includes MNCH, FP/RH, HIV and AIDS, nutrition, malaria prevention and treatment, water and hygiene and quality integrated processes. S/he will provide strategic technical leadership and expertise to project staff, the MOH, USAID and collaborating partners to build in-country capacity for integrated family health services at the facility and community levels. S/he will build on existing tools and develop or adapt approaches to ensure the efficiency, acceptability and impact of integrated services at the facility, community and patient levels. S/he will ensure that all project activities and services are integrated, synergized and of the highest technical quality and will work with project staff to ensure that best practices for services integration are well documented, evaluated and poised for scale up. S/he will directly supervise a team of technical experts and provide programmatic and technical guidance in order to facilitate an integrated and coordinated strategy and implementation. S/he will play a strong role in the development of innovative, effective, context-appropriate approaches including best practices and will stay abreast of new technical developments in the field of the family health services and will share practices with project staff. S/he will participate in technical meetings with USAID, the Ministry of Health and its relevant institutions, the project team, partners, regional, district and facility health staff, local implementing and community partners and other stakeholders. S/he will play a strong role in the project’s provision of technical support to the Ministry of Health and the relevant health institutions which will include recommendations for policy improvements for delivery of quality facility- and community based family health services. S/he will provide assistance to the COP and DCOP in the project reporting and target setting.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Master’s Degree in Public Health, public administration, development or related discipline. Medical Degree preferred. At least ten years of experience in a senior-level management position in a public health and/or international development project with responsibility implementing or managing complex programs in HIV and AIDS, MNCH, FP/RH, community health in developing countries. Experience integrating a range of health services, especially FP/RH, MNCH and HIV/AIDS both at the facility and community levels. Demonstrated experience in program design, implementation and monitoring of programs. Experience with quality assurance and quality improvement approaches and training. Experience working with PEPFAR-funded health projects and required reporting. Strong technical program management, organizational and interpersonal skills, demonstrated ability to lead and manage a sizeable cross-cultural team. Familiarity with all levels of the Rwandan health sector. Excellent written and oral communications skills; fluency in English, professional proficiency in French required, proficiency in Kinyarwanda an advantage. Work experience in East and Central Africa preferred.

To Apply

To apply, please submit your letter of interest, and updated CV and 3 professional references to Egpafrwanda@pedaids.org with the position title in the subject line.


*Only short listed candidates will be contacted for an interview. All offers are subject to award and USAID approval.

Deadline: 18/1/2011

Research Advisor Job Vacancy in Kigali Rwanda

Job title: Senior Research Advisor
Location: Kigali, Rwanda
Job Code: IPR1475
Description
Reports to: The Country Director

Key Responsibilities:
The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) Rwanda seeks a Research Advisor with considerable experience in the design, conduct, and analysis of HIV related research and program evaluations in developing country settings. The Research Advisor will work with the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) team, the Technical team and the clinical sites to coordinate and ensure effective design and implementation of research projects for EGPAF Rwanda including, but not limited to, a Public Health Evaluation (PHE) on HIV free survival of HIV exposed infants at 24 months. The Research Advisor will also work closely and be in communication with the EGPAF Research Department in Washington DC. The Research Advisor is responsible for writing research protocols, for managing and training study personnel, for implementing research studies, for oversight of data collection and management, for data analysis, for report writing and manuscript preparation, and for ensuring overall completion of the research within the timeline allocated. The Research Advisor will supervise specific study staff members.

Essential Duties:
· Work closely with technical staff to identify priority research projects including impact assessments, rapid assessments, program evaluations and operations research studies and identify opportunities to utilize research results.
· Work closely with technical staff, M&E staff, and the clinical sites to design and implement research projects according to national and international standards.
· Communicate clearly with data collectors on the data collection procedures and study protocols.
· Ensure that data collected through research projects is properly handled, entered and analyzed. This will include ensuring that there are appropriate databases to track and analyze data—including developing databases, and ensuring the reliability and accuracy of collected data.
· Work closely with technical staff and M&E staff to analyze results, draw conclusions, and write up results.
· Ensure compliance with regulatory agencies, specifically with Institutional Review Boards (IRBs)/Ethics Committees (ECs) in Rwanda and the U.S. related to studies conducted by EGPAF Rwanda. Particular emphasis on maintaining appropriate regulatory documentation, and ensuring informed consent procedures for all aspects of research studies, including but not limited to the protection of confidentiality.
· Participate in fundraising efforts to secure funding for research activities (including preparation of concept notes, budgets, etc.).
· Maintain communication between EGPAF Rwanda and the EGPAF Research Department on all research-related activities.
· Build EGPAF Rwanda staff capacity in research and program assessment.
· Provide TA to the in-country team on research design and implementation and targeted evaluations to compliment quantitative data collected.
· Build EGPAF Rwanda staff capacity to document technical information including drafting best practices documentation briefs, analysis plans, reports of assessment results, abstracts, and presentations.
· Participate in the hiring and supervision of additional research staff, either full-time staff or part-time consultants for specific studies.
· Serve as Research Coordinator on the USAID funded PHE.
· Other duties as assigned by the Country Director.

Required Qualifications:
· MPH, Master’s degree, PhD or similar degree in public health or related health science or equivalent experience.
· 5+ years experience in HIV or other public health research in a development context.
· Excellent understanding of MS Office; knowledge of statistical analysis software such as SAS, SPSS, or STATA.
· Experience with qualitative software analysis such as MAXqda.
· Fluency in English both written and oral, strong proficiency in French.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
· 5+ years proven experience working in public health research, with HIV and MCH related experience.
· Experience collecting and analyzing quantitative data.
· Experience collecting and analyzing qualitative data.
· Experience working with research regulatory bodies.
· Proficient in French and English required. Proficiency in Kinyarwanda an added advantage
· Excellent analytical, oral and written communications skills.
· Proven experience leading and supervising a team.
· Proven experience working in a team environment.
· Ability to prioritize responsibilities and work independently.
· Proven experience respecting deadlines.
· Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.

Status:
Full-time, one-year contract, renewal performance-based.

HOW TO APPLY
Please apply online or email at rwandarecruitment@pedaids.org with subject heading: Sr. Research Advisor

CLOSING DATE: 18 January, 2011

Psychosocial Support/Child Protection Specialist Job Vacancy In Uganda

Job Title: Psychosocial Support/Child Protection Specialist

Posting Date: 01/13/2011

Deadline Date: 01/24/2011

Starting Date: 06/01/2011

Description:
The Bantwana Initiative of World Education, Inc. seeks candidates for a PSS/Child Protection Specialist in Uganda pending award of a cooperative agreement from USAID/Uganda to reduce the vulnerability and improve the well-being of Uganda's orphans and other vulnerable children. The PSS/Child Protection Specialist will serve as the lead technical person for interventions to improve access and quality of psychosocial support, child protection and legal support, and guidance and counseling services to in- and out-of-school orphans and other vulnerable children (OVC) and their households. The PSS/Child Protection Specialist will play a critical role in designing psychosocial support and child protection activities and leading capacity building and training of partners, including government line ministries, NGOs/CBOs/FBOs, schools, community groups, law enforcement and other stakeholders.

The Project will focus on areas including:

1) Improve the socio-economic status of OVC households with a comprehensive and family focused package for their survival, growth, development and participation in the community;

2) Promote and provide child protection and legal services to OVC and their households; and

3) Strengthen delivery of integrated, quality social services to the OVC and their households through community based response systems.
RESPONSIBILITIES
Technical lead for program psychosocial support and child protection activities, and youth protection and resilience building component and interventions, and integrating this component with other project components;

Develop and implement interventions to improve access and quality of counseling, guidance and early child hood development services to OVC;

Improve the capacity of partners to understand child protection issues and uphold children s rights;

Working closely with school committees and traditional structures, engage and mobilize communities around the issue of children s rights to protect vulnerable children, especially in abuse prevention and protection of land rights;

Incorporate child rights into other program areas;

Collaborate with other technical staff to develop programming for safer school and health care environments for adolescents, especially girls;

Ensure program provides a platform for children to express their ideas and opinions on their rights and responsibilities through child participation;

Oversee development of relevant counseling and psychosocial curricular and training materials to help build capacity of various target groups;

Establish and extend community-based referral networks to ensure OVC requiring therapy and additional/specialized counseling and clinical services and caregivers have access to essential health, HIV and AIDS services;

Oversee improvement of and expansion of provision of in-school counseling services;

Work with providers and program staff to develop quality of care indicators related to counseling and psychosocial support;

Keep abreast of new work in technical areas and disseminate new knowledge to program staff;

Collaborate with other program staff to ensure timely delivery of products and regular reporting; and

Advocate and promote scale-up of best practices in- and out-of-school school counseling, peer education, and psychosocial support services.
QUALIFICATIONS
Degree in social work, counseling, public health, social sciences or related field;

Minimum 5 years technical experience in community development and HIV/AIDS mitigation, specifically counseling services, and youth empowerment to reduce abuse;

Demonstrated technical expertise in and community-based psychosocial support, identifying and working with children with problematic behaviors or learning difficulties and guidance and counseling materials development;

Demonstrated technical expertise in developing and facilitating psychosocial support and early childhood development training to participants with limited educational backgrounds;

Knowledge of key HIV and AIDS community-based interventions;

Sound knowledge and experience in child protection, particularly around OVC;

Excellent reporting skills capturing qualitative outcomes of an integrated care and support OVC program;

Knowledge of pediatric HIV care issues and effective interventions to reach children living with and/or impacted by HIV;

Excellent interpersonal, teamwork, communications, and supervisory skills;

Extensive experience in Uganda and/or Southern Africa;

Good English language skills required.

Salary commensurate with experience.


WEI is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer committed to workplace diversity. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. M/F/H/V/D

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit their resumes and cover letters online by 01/24/2011 to

Christina Stellini at cstellini@worlded.org

Jobs Vacancies Career Opportunities at World Education -WEI

Job Title: Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist

Deadline Date: 01/24/2011


Description:
The Bantwana Initiative of World Education, Inc. is seeking a Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Specialist for an anticipated five-year, USAID-funded OVC project. The program is designed to improve services for vulnerable children by assisting community based organizations to provide comprehensive and integrated household-centered care for OVC in Uganda. Bantwana seeks candidates with strong experience and demonstrated commitment to improving services to OVC and their families, and to building effective partnerships with grassroots, district, and national level stakeholders to increase and improve services to Uganda s most vulnerable children. The M&E Specialist will be responsible for designing and developing programmatic M&E system and M&E tools that assess impact of activities and working with CBO implementing partners to develop and report on M&E indicators.

The Project will focus on areas including:

1) Improve the socio-economic status of OVC households with a comprehensive and family focused package for their survival, growth, development and participation in the community;

2) Promote and provide child protection and legal services to OVC and their households; and

3) Strengthen delivery of integrated, quality social services to the OVC and their households through com
RESPONSIBILITIES
Together with program staff, design a user friendly monitoring and evaluation system;

Direct operations research and evaluation to assess the impact of program activities;

Identify best practices, and provide recommendations;

Design documentation and dissemination plan;

Ensure that monitoring and reporting occur in a timely fashion;

Develop or adapt available M&E training materials for program and partner use;

Train and mentor CBO implementing partners in various aspects of M&E and assist them to use M&E systems to improve their programs;

Oversee, in collaboration with program staff, the development of additional standardized data collection tools;

Coordinate technical assistance to ensure adequate support in implementing M&E activities;

Analyze M&E data generated and support the management team.
QUALIFICATIONS
Advance degree with a minimum 5 years experience in international M&E projects, preferably including USG-funded projects;

Demonstrated applied skills in M&E methods and use of data for improving core project outcomes;

Demonstrated understanding of both qualitative and quantitative research methods;

Applied skills in designing and implementing M&E activities and formative or operations research for OVC or related programs in developing countries;

Proficiency in utilization of relevant software applications;

Ability to work in diverse settings with public, private and NGO sectors;

Ability to tailor data collection approach to local needs, interests, and capabilities;

Ability to convey M&E results to non-technical stakeholders and generate interest in the use of M&E data/results for programmatic improvements;

Demonstrated capacity to oversee development/implementation of work plans, reports and presentations;

Excellent interpersonal, teamwork, supervisory, and mentoring skills;

Strong writing and organizational skills;

Experience in Uganda;

Must be fluent in English.

Salary commensurate with experience.


WEI is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer committed to workplace diversity. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. M/F/H/V/D

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit their resumes and cover letters online by 01/24/2011 to

Christina Stellini at cstellini@worlded.org

Nutrition Specialist Jobs Vacancies

Job Title: Nutrition Specialist

Deadline Date: 01/24/2011

Description:
The Bantwana Initiative of World Education, Inc. is seeking candidates for a Nutrition Specialist position in Uganda pending award of a cooperative agreement from USAID/Uganda to reduce the vulnerability and improve the well-being of Uganda s orphans and other vulnerable children. The Nutrition Specialist will serve as the lead technical person for interventions to improve access and quality of food/nutrition services for orphans and other vulnerable children (OVC) and their households. S/he will oversee the development of school and home-based nutritional assessment and will work with program staff and other partners to design nutritional interventions that are linked with other program areas. The Nutrition Specialist will be the technical lead for capacity building and training of partners, including relevant government line ministries, NGOs/CBOs/FBOs, schools, community groups, other stakeholders in child development and nutrition.

The Project will focus on areas including:

1) Improve the socio-economic status of OVC households with a comprehensive and family focused package for their survival, growth, development and participation in the community;

2) Promote and provide child protection and legal services to OVC and their households; and

3) Strengthen delivery of integrated, quality social services to the OVC and their households through community based response systems.
RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsible for child health/development and nutrition component and interventions;

Design and develop school- and home-based nutritional assessment tools and work with team leaders to integrate nutritional component into other program components;

Develop and implement nutritional responses and interventions for OVC and households and work with community partners to improve knowledge of, quality, and access to child development and nutritional services for OVC;

Provide technical guidance to develop capacity among other providers and community partners in child development, WASH, and nutrition areas;

Oversee development of relevant curricular and training materials to help build capacity of various target groups;

Build capacity of OVC services providers, including community caregivers to provide information about child health, development and nutrition to OVC households and develop referral linkages with WFP, WASH programs, and other nutrition/agriculture services and programs;

Keep abreast of new work in technical areas and disseminate new knowledge to program staff;

Collaborate with other program staff to ensure timely delivery of products and regular reporting; and

Advocate and promote scale-up of best practices in community services.
QUALIFICATIONS
Advanced degree in public health, child development, nutrition, medicine or related field;

Minimum 10 years technical experience in international public health, specifically child development and nutrition services;

Minimum 5 years with USAID or USAID-funded programs;

Demonstrated technical expertise in clinic-based and community-based care including design of nutritional assessments, and planning, implementation, and evaluation of nutritional services;

Knowledge of key nutritional interventions;

Excellent interpersonal, teamwork, communications, and supervisory skills;

Extensive experience in Uganda;

Good English language skills required.

Salary commensurate with experience.


WEI is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer committed to workplace diversity. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. M/F/H/V/D

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit their resumes and cover letters online by 01/24/2011 to

Christina Stellini at cstellini@worlded.org

Livelihoods Specialist

Job Title: Livelihoods Specialist

Deadline Date: 01/24/2011


Description:
The Bantwana Initiative of World Education, Inc. seeks a candidate for a Livelihoods Specialist position based in Uganda pending award of a cooperative agreement from USAID/Uganda to reduce the vulnerability and improve the well-being of Uganda s orphans and other vulnerable children. The Livelihoods Specialist will lead technical assistance in economic strengthening to NGOs, CBOs, FBOs, schools and other partners delivering essential services to orphans and other vulnerable children (OVC) and their households in Uganda. The Livelihoods Specialist will work with program partners to develop a strategy for designing appropriate community-centered livelihoods/economic strengthening activities, training CBO staff and OVC households, and will work closely with other key partners, including NGOs and NAADS extension workers to implement and evaluate program activities.

The Project will focus on areas including:

1) Improve the socio-economic status of OVC households with a comprehensive and family focused package for their survival, growth, development and participation in the community;

2) Promote and provide child protection and legal services to OVC and their households; and

3) Strengthen delivery of integrated, quality social services to the OVC and their households through community based response systems.
RESPONSIBILITIES
Design, implement, and manage an experiential, multiphase training program for strengthening CBO/FBO capacity to carry out economic strengthening activities for OVC and their households;

Manage materials development process for livelihoods program, particularly for youth;

Train, mentor and coach CBO field staff;

Coordinate efforts across components of the project;

Serve as senior technical advisor on livelihoods development to the management team;

Participate in the development of relationships with national NGO and CBO/FBO partners, and other stakeholders;

Participate in the negotiation of NGO and CBO agreements;

Assist the M&E and research team in the design of monitoring and evaluation systems to ensure the impact of training initiatives;

Keep abreast of new work in technical areas and disseminate new knowledge to staff;

Collaborate with other program staff to ensure timely delivery of products and regular reporting; and

Advocate and promote scale-up of best practices in economic strengthening activities for OVC and their households.
QUALIFICATIONS
Master s Degree in relevant field degree preferred;

5-10 years experience in non-formal education training and workshop facilitation for community-based interventions;

Experienced in training of trainers design, materials development and implementation for livelihoods, small-business enterprise, economic strengthening, value chain and agro-business work, and youth development;

Background in organizational development issues such as institutional development, management, and advocacy with community-level organizations;

Knowledge of formal education systems, civil society, child protection, and HIV and AIDS &
community-based interventions in Uganda;

Excellent written and oral communication skills;

Extensive experience in Uganda; and

Fluent English.

Salary commensurate with experience.

WEI is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer committed to workplace diversity. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. M/F/H/V/D

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit their resumes and cover letters online by 01/24/2011 to

Christina Stellini at cstellini@worlded.org

HIV/AIDS & Primary Health Care Specialist

Job Title: HIV/AIDS & Primary Health Care Specialist

Deadline Date: 01/24/2011



Description:
The Bantwana Initiative of World Education, Inc. seeks candidates for an HIV/AIDS and Primary Health Care Specialist position based in Uganda pending award of a cooperative agreement from USAID/Uganda to reduce the vulnerability and improve the well-being of Uganda's orphans and other vulnerable children. The HIV/AIDS and Primary Health Care Specialist will serve as the lead technical advisor for interventions to improve access and quality of HIV, primary health care services, and family planning to OVC and children impacted by HIV and AIDS. S/he will oversee and support the clinical care component, including working with CBOs to link OVC and children at risk to HIV clinical care. The HIV/AIDS and Primary Health Care Specialist will develop the strategy for training CBO staff and clinical providers and will work closely with other key personnel to define, implement and evaluate program activities.

The Project will focus on areas including:

1) Improve the socio-economic status of OVC households with a comprehensive and family focused package for their survival, growth, development and participation in the community;

2) Promote and provide child protection and legal services to OVC and their households; and

3) Strengthen delivery of integrated, quality social services to the OVC and their households
RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsible for project clinical care component and interventions, and integrating this component with other project components;

Develop and implement interventions to improve access and quality of basic health care services to OVC, especially in the area of HIV and AIDS;

Develop project strategy for training CBO staff, clinical providers and health facility staff, including pre-service and in-service trainings;

Provide technical guidance to develop capacity among other providers on key HIV and AIDS issues;

Oversee development of relevant curricular and training materials to help build capacity of various target groups;

Establish and extend community-based referral networks to ensure OVC and caregivers have access to essential health, HIV and AIDS services;

Build capacity of OVC services providers, including community caregivers to provide information about HIV treatment and develop referral linkages with clinical care facilities;

Oversee improvement of and expansion of provision of HIV treatment services to OVC;

Work with providers and program staff to develop quality of care indicators related to pediatric HIV care;

Keep abreast of new work in technical areas and disseminate new knowledge to program staff;

Collaborate with other program staff to ensure timely delivery of products and regular reporting; and

Advocate and promote scale-up of best practices in community services.
QUALIFICATIONS
Advanced degree in public health, medicine or related field;

Minimum 10 years technical experience in international public health, specifically clinical services, family planning and women s health;

Minimum 5 years with USAID or USAID-funded programs;

Demonstrated technical expertise in clinic-based and community-based care including program design, planning, implementation, and evaluation, as well as training and materials development;

Knowledge of key HIV and AIDS community-based interventions;

Knowledge of pediatric HIV care issues and effective interventions to reach children living with and/or impacted by HIV;

Excellent interpersonal, teamwork, communications, and supervisory skills;

Extensive experience in Uganda ;

Good English language skills required.

Salary commensurate with experience.

WEI is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer committed to workplace diversity. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. M/F/H/V/D

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit their resumes and cover letters online by 01/24/2011 to

Christina Stellini at cstellini@worlded.org

Grants Manager

Job Title: Grants Manager

Deadline Date: 01/24/2011


Description:
The Bantwana Initiative of World Education, Inc. seeks candidates for a Grants Manager in Uganda pending release of a USAID/RFA. The Grants Manager will manage all partner grants of a proposed five-year project to improve services for vulnerable children by assisting community based organizations to provide comprehensive and integrated household-centered care for OVC in Uganda. S/he will also coordinate support supervision to partners to ensure appropriate and timely spending, as well as build partner capacity in small grants management.

The Project will focus on areas including:
1) Improve the socio-economic status of OVC households with a comprehensive and family focused package for their survival, growth, development and participation in the community.

2) Promote and provide child protection and legal services to OVC and their households; and

3) Strengthen delivery of integrated, quality social services to the OVC and their households through community based response systems.
RESPONSIBILITIES
Review of partners financial reports and co-ordination with programs to ensure that technical and financial reports correlate;

Visiting and supporting partners to ensure appropriate spending;

Assist Chief of Party in selection process of new Grantees;

Help review and evaluate grant proposals from partners;

Any other grants related duties as assigned by Head of Programs;

Facilitation of contracts between WEI/Uganda office and sub grantees;

Keep track of program level spending;

Capacity building of NGOs to manage small grants;

Facilitation of funds transfer between World Education Inc. Boston/Uganda and sub grantees;

Manage a database for grant monitoring;

Keep sub grantees informed on the status of their funds;

Technical & Administration support for sub grantees;

Review grantee expenditures and provide feedback on expenses incurred as necessary;

Ensuring that sub grantee financial reports have been sent to WEI/Boston in a timely manner;

Ensure that all expenses and vouchers are correctly entered and audit ready at all time.
QUALIFICATIONS
First degree or equivalent in Accounting or related experience;

Experienced in capacity building, grants and financial management;

Excellent written and oral communication skills;

Knowledge of local languages desired;

Strong accounting background;

Knowledge of USG rules and regulations a plus

Salary commensurate with experience.

WEI is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer committed to workplace diversity. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. M/F/H/V/D

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit their resumes and cover letters online by 01/24/2011 to

Christina Stellini at cstellini@worlded.org

Finance and Administration Jobs Opportunities

Job Title: Director of Finance and Administration

Deadline Date: 01/24/2011


Description:
The Bantwana Initiative of World Education Inc. seeks candidates for a Director of Finance and Administration position in Uganda, pending award of a cooperative agreement from Donors. The Director will manage the finance and administration of a proposed five-year project to improve services for vulnerable children by assisting community based organizations to provide comprehensive and integrated household-centered care for OVC in Uganda and will assist the Chief of Party with management of requirements of the cooperative agreement. The Director of Finance and Administration will also work closely with the Grants Manager.

The Project will focus on areas including:
1) Improve the socio-economic status of OVC households with a comprehensive and family focused package for their survival, growth, development and participation in the community.

2) Promote and provide child protection and legal services to OVC and their households; and

3) Strengthen delivery of integrated, quality social services to the OVC and their households through community based response systems.
RESPONSIBILITIES
Ensure sound financial management of program, including oversight of cash flow and banking;

Manage budget and administrative systems with Chief of Party;

Oversee transparent, cost effective systems;

Monitor implementation of work plan activities and assists in creating appropriate reports for activity-level financial management;

Oversee reporting and sub-grants management;

Work with Grants Manager and Training and Capacity Building Specialist to develop training module for community partners (CBOs, NGOs, FBOs, schools) on organizational development, financial management, human resources, grants management and other areas;

Submit monthly financial reports to World Education headquarters in Boston, MA;

Review and approves all expense vouchers;

Assure compliance with USG regulations for project procurement and ongoing activities;

Supervise financial aspects of grants management;

Oversee supervision of financial staff; and

Assume other responsibilities deemed necessary by the Program Director
QUALIFICATIONS
Minimum MBA or master's degree in related field;

Minimum 7 years experience managing USG grants and sub-grants;

Experience establishing financial systems, and knowledge of accounting software, preferably QuickBooks and Excel;

Minimum 7 years experience supervising finance and administrative staff;

Excellent written and oral communication skills;

Excellent contract negotiation skills and experience;

Experience in Uganda;

Sound English language skills required

Salary commensurate with experience.


WEI is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer committed to workplace diversity. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. M/F/H/V/D

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit their resumes and cover letters online by 01/24/2011 to

Christina Stellini at cstellini@worlded.org

Deputy Chief of Party Job Opportunity In Uganda

Job Title: Deputy Chief of Party

Deadline Date: 01/24/2011


Description:
The Bantwana Initiative of World Education, Inc. is seeking a Deputy Chief of Party for an anticipated multi-year, donor-funded OVC project subject to award. The program is designed to improve services for vulnerable children by assisting community based organizations to provide comprehensive and integrated household-centered care for OVC in Uganda. Bantwana seeks candidates with strong experience and demonstrated commitment to improving services to OVC and their families, and to building effective partnerships with grassroots, district, and national level stakeholders to increase and improve services to Uganda s most vulnerable children. The Deputy Chief of Party will provide essential support to the Chief of Party in managing and supervising the entire program implementation activities of project staff and project partners and will play a key role in managing technical, administrative and financial inputs to achieve the project objectives.

The Project will focus on areas including:

1) Improve the socio-economic status of OVC households with a comprehensive and family focused package for their survival, growth, development and participation in the community;

2) Promote and provide child protection and legal services to OVC and their households; and

3) Strengthen delivery of integrated, quality social services to the OVC and their households through community based response systems.
RESPONSIBILITIES
Play a key role in supervising the planning and implementation of all project activities, ensuring that all activities are properly and timely performed and that outputs are accomplished and delivered according to the agreed work plans;

Oversee project implementation in specified zones in Uganda and coordinate with other program partners and stakeholders;

With the Chief of Party, provide overall technical oversight for all work and activities necessary to achieve the project planned objectives, outputs, and deliverables;

In collaboration with the Chief of Party, monitor and evaluate project activities, interventions, impact and implemented sustainability measures;

Liaise and advocate with other partners and relevant stakeholders regarding the project activities and policies and contribute toward fitting these policies and interventions, trouble shooting problem solving;

Provide technical supervision and assign technical responsibilities as needed for the project staff and relevant project partners;

Help in documenting all project activities, tasks, achievements and success stories;

Report to the Chief of Party on all technical, administrative and financial activities and relevant issues;

Help in ensuring the compliance and commitment to donor regulations through implementing the required activities by project staff and partners;

Help in maintaining commitment, high morale, motivation and job satisfaction among program staff and partners;

Perform other relevant duties as requested by the Chief of Party.
QUALIFICATIONS
Advanced degree and relevant technical expertise in areas such as public health, international education or related field;

At least 10 years experience working in relevant fields;

Experience in project management processes particularly relevant development projects;

Demonstrated knowledge and expertise in the OVC programming, civil society strengthening, and grants management highly advantageous;

Experience in Uganda;

Strong leadership, strategic planning, excellent interpersonal and communications skills, including ability to work effectively in a team and to work effectively with diverse groups;

Must be fluent in English;

Excellent, diplomatic communication and interpersonal skills;

Facility in computer and internet use; and

Good presentation skills.

Salary commensurate with experience.

WEI is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer committed to workplace diversity. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. M/F/H/V/D

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit their resumes and cover letters online by 01/24/2011 to

Christina Stellini at cstellini@worlded.org

Madhivani Foundation Scholarships for Ugandan Students

Nature of the scholarship

The scholarship shall be extended as a grant payable directly to the University/Institution on behalf of the beneficiaries.

Renewal of funding shall be subject to receiving satisfactory progress reports from the beneficiary's Faculty/Institute/School.

Retakes in 1 or more subjects would entail withdrawal of Scholarship and shall not be funded by the Trust.

On completion of studies, it is expected that the awardees will, for the benefit of future scholars, make voluntary donations/contributions to the Foundation.


  • What does the scholarship cover?
  • The scholarship covers tuition fees only from second year to completion for undergraduates; and, for the entire programme of study for graduate students from the time of application/award.

  • Eligible Disciplines
  • The Board of Trustees have identified the following disciplines for sponsorship:

    • Agriculture,
    • Biology,
    • Business Administration,
    • Chemistry,
    • Actuarial Science,
    • Architecture,
    • Veterinary Medicine,
    • Commerce,
    • Law,
    • Hotel Management,
    • Pharmacy,
    • Nursing,
    • Engineering,
    • Food Science & Technology,
    • Information Technology,
    • Environment, and
    • Medicine.

    The Board however, reserves the right to revise this list periodically, to suit the relative importance of each of the disciplines in the wider framework of national capacity building.

  • Who is eligible to apply?
  • Undergraduate students, who have completed first year of studies at a Ugandan University; and, graduate applicants who have been either admitted and/or registered for graduate programmes (in any of the disciplines above), are eligible to apply.

    Students with CGPA Lower then 2.2 and/or having a retake in any subject in the First Year of study are not eligible to apply.

    Students already on sponsorship from elsewhere are not eligible to apply.

  • Selection criteria
    • All applicants shall be required to provide proof of completion of First Year study for undergraduate applicants and proof of admission to a degree or postgraduate programme in a recognized University or Institution of Higher Learning in Uganda for post graduate applicants.
    • Academic performance: the applicants' Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) and/or class of degree as well as academic references shall be among the variables to be used in determining successful applicants. The higher one's CGPA, the better.
    • The applicant's age and character shall be considered.
    • The financial status of the applicants themselves, their parents, families and/or spouses shall be scrutinised to assess their relative financial needs. Students already being sponsored by other organizations should not apply.
    • The Board of Trustees has empowered the Scholarship Committee to use their discretion in considering the applicants and identifying those suitable for sponsorship. The Committee may use additional parameters, such as gender, regional balance and disability, where competition is stiff.
    • Postgraduate Applicants with work experience in the relevant field of study will have advantage in award of Scholarship.
    • The Foundation reserves the right to check and verify any information provided by the applicant.
    • Any form of canvassing will lead to immediate disqualification.

  • Applications
  • The Committee shall invite applications through print and other media during May/June every year for students who wish to benefit from the scholarship programme beginning September/October that year.


    Further Information about the scholarship
    MULJIBHAI MADHVANI FOUNDATION

    C/o East African Distributors Limited

    Madhvani Foundation Building

    Plot 20/2, Jinja Road

    Kampala

    P O Box 33479, Kampala

    Phone number

    0414255432

    email adress

    info@madhvanifoundation.com

    The NetTel@Africa Scholarship for Students from Botswana , South Africa , Tanzania , Uganda , Zambia , Ethiopia , Kenya , Nigeria , Rwanda, Senegal

    The NetTel@Africa Scholarship Programme provides promising practitioners from the private and public sector with tuition support to participate in the Postgraduate Diploma Programme in ICT Policy and Regulation.

    Up to ten (10) scholarships are available for this Programme offered in Makerere University . The amount of the scholarship will be $1,300 for male students and $1,500 for female students. This funding is meant to cover tuition fees, instructional fees, computer/Internet lab fees, and a book allowance.

    These scholarships are awarded through an application review process managed by the NetTel@Africa Executive Council.

    Eligibility for scholarships
    1. Applicants must be residents of Botswana , South Africa , Tanzania , Uganda , Zambia , Ethiopia , Kenya , Mozambique , Nigeria , Rwanda and Senegal .
    2. Applicants must be able to meet the admission requirements for the course.
    3. Scholarships are offered to priority populations, which include:
    4. Regulatory and policy maker staff at mid- and starting-levels and
    5. Change advocates and aspiring entrepreneurs from the ICT/telecom private sector.
    6. At least 40% female recipients.

    How to Apply for the Sponsorship

    One must be nominated by his / her employer by 15 th July 2005 The nomination letter must be sent to the NetTel@Africa Coordinator Makerere University on official letterhead and signed by the CEO or equivalent.

    Note: During and after participation in this program, the recipient of the award is expected to continue working for a period equal to or greater than the length of the award for the employer who provided the nomination. Otherwise, the recipient of the scholarship award is expected to renumerate the sponsor of the scholarship the full cost of the award.

    Course Application Procedure
    Application forms and admission requirements can be picked from Senate Building , Level 4, Room 414

    For more information send an e-mail to the Dean Graduate Studies & Resaerch: jlubega@cit.mak.ac.ug or call +25678570594 0r +25677621910 or +25671196867 or +25641 540628
    or visit the the NetTel@Africa website: http://www.nettelafrica.org.

    JICA (Japan) Scholarships - National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies GRIPS

    Scholarships

    Full scholarships are available for exceptionally qualified candidates who have been accepted for study at GRIPS. These scholarships are provided by the Japanese Government (MEXT), international organizations and GRIPS. You may apply for one of them when you file for application for admission.
    What the scholarship covers


    *

    1. A monthly stipend is intended to cover living expenses such as food, clothing, and other daily necessaries, as well as insurance, and other miscellaneous related to your study at GRIPS. This stipend is fixed and cannot be increased to cover family members. The amount of your stipend may change slightly due to the economic situation in Japan.
    2. Application, admission and tuition fees (paid directly to GRIPS by the scholarship sponsors.)
    3. Round-trip economy-class air tickets between your home country and Japan.

    * Please note that allowances and rules are different from each scholarship. Also, allowances are subject to change every year.

    Scholarships and Degree Programs

    Please see our scholarship sponsors in the chart below. The scholarship is provided on condition that the applicant is admitted to a certain degree program at GRIPS. Admissions requirements can be found by clicking each program title.



    Admissions Requirements


    1) under 35 years of age as of April 1, 2011 GRIPS Admissionsk Office
    online application November 1, 2010
    2) preference is given to government officials and senior students who are planning careers as government officials
    Asian Development Bank - Japan Scholarship Program (ADB-JSP) 1) citizens of the countries that are developing members of ADB
    2) at least two years' work experience, and under 36 years old as of April 1, 2011
    3) Preference given to those currently working as government officials
    Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA) Scholarship 1) under 35 years of age as of April 1, 2011
    2) preference is given to government officials and senior students of citizen of ASEAN's country who are planning careers such as government officials in ASEAN 10 countries or international institute workers in the following countries: ASEAN 10 countries, Australia, China, India, Japan, New Zealand and South Korea
    Two-year Master's Program of Public Policy (MP2) Students awarded with any scholarship and self-finansed students Pre-and early-career officials and staff members inlocal or national governments international organizations and private companies. May 16, 2011
    Asian Development Bank -Japan Scholarship Program(ADB-JSP)(New) 1) citizens of the countries that are developing members of ADB December 20, 2010(New)
    2) at least two years' work experience, and under 36 years old as of April 1, 2011
    3) Preference given to those currently working as government officials
    Public Finance Program Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program (JJ/WBGSP) 1) government officials of WB borrowing countries with at least three years experience in tax policy and administration February 23, 2011
    2) between the ages of 25 and 45
    Japan - World Customs Organization (Japan - WCO) Human Resource Development Program Scholarships 1) government officials of developing countries with at least two years experience in the field of customs policy and administration in their home contries preferably below 35 years of age
    2) Secretary General of the WCO invites nominations every year from a selected number of WCO member customs administrations
    3) candidates must be chosen and nominated by their Customs Administrations
    Macroeconomic Policy Program (one year and two years) Japan-IMF Scholarship Program for Asia (Semi)government officials involved in macroeconomic management of the following countries: International Monetary Fund Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific

    Click here for further information December 10, 2010
    Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz, Lao P.D.R., Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pacific Island countries, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Vietnam.
    N/A (No scholarship is available through GRIPS.) Government officials who are involved in designing and implementing macroeconomic policies, and professionals who need to understand macroeconomic fluctuations and the roles of monetary and fiscal policies. GRIPS Admissions Office online application February 1, 2011
    International Development Studies Program Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Scholarships government officials or researchers from the following countries may apply: Bangladesh, Cambodia, People's Republic of China, Cote d'Ivoire, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Lao P.D.R., Madagascar, Malaysia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, the Philippines, Rwanda, Senegal, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, Vietnam, Zambia, Zimbabwe JICA Office or Embassy of Japan through the respective countries' aid coordination units contact the nearest JICA Office or Embassy of Japan
    Young Leaders Program Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarships 1) at least three years' quality work experience, and under 40 years of age as of October 1, 2011 Embassy of Japan of each eligible country contact Embassy of Japan
    2) exceptionally talented government officials from the following countries: Australia(G), Bangladesh(G), Brunei Darussalam(G), Bulgaria(G), Cambodia(G,L), People's Republic of China(G,L), Czech Republic(G,L), Hungary(G,L), India(G,L), Indonesia(G,L), Kazakhstan(G,L), Republic of Korea(G,L), Kyrgyz(G), Lao P.D.R. (G,L), Malaysia(G,L), Mongolia(G,L), Myanmar(G,L), Pakistan(G,L), Philippines(G,L), Poland(G,L), Romania(G,L), Singapore(G), Slovakia(G), Sri Lanka(G), Thailand(G,L), Turkey(G), Turkmenistan(G), Uzbekistan(G,L), Vietnam(G,L)

    *G: School of Government/ L: School of Local Governance
    Disaster Management Policy Program Building Research Institute (Earthquake Disaster Mitigation) 1) over 22 and under 40 years of age JICA Office or Embssy of Japan

    Target countries are subject to change. contact the JICA Office or Embssy of Japan
    2) university graduates in Seismology, Earthquake Engineering or Seismic Disaster Mitigation or university graduates in Science and Technology other than above mentioned subjects with professional experience of three or more years in the field of Seismology, Earthquake Engineering or Seismic Disaster Mitigation or Tsunami
    Building Research Institute (Tsunami Disaster Mitigation) 1) over 22 and under 40 years of age
    2) university graduates in Seismology, Tsunami or their Disaster Mitigation or university graduates in Science and Technology other than above mentioned subjects with professional experience of three or more years in the field of Seismology, Tsunami or their Disaster Mitigation
    Public Works Research Institute (Water-related Risk Management) 1) over 22 and under 40 years of age
    2) be engineers or technical officers who have three or more year of experience in the field of flood management
    Economics, Planning and Public Policy Program Indonesian Government Scholarship Talented government officials in Indonesia who are pursuing a master's course at one of the designated universities. GRIPS Admissions Office

    To download application form, click here February 25, 2011
    Graduate Program in Japanese Language and Culture Japan Foundation Scholarship 1) under 44 years of age as of April 1, 2011 Japan Foundation Office or Embassy of Japan contact the nearest Japan Foundation Office or Embassy of Japan
    2) teachers of the Japanese Language belonging to institutions conducting Japanese-language education, or governmental organizations (e.g. Ministry of Education)
    3) at least two years experience in teaching the Japanese languageas of December 1, 2010.
    Ph.D. Program
    (5-Year Doctoral Program) Policy Analysis Program Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship 1) under 35 years of age as of April 1, 2011. GRIPS Admissions Office

    online application December 6, 2010 (extended from Nov.1, 2010)
    2) non-resident of Japan
    GRIPS Fellowship For those with high academic distinction
    Ph.D./ Doctoral Programs
    (3-Year Doctoral Programs)
    *mainly for master's degree holders Public Policy Program Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship 1) under 35 years of age as of April 1, 2011
    2) non-resident of Japan
    GRIPS Fellowship For those with high academic distinction
    Security and International Studies Program Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship 1) under 35 years of age as of April 1, 2011
    2) non-resident of Japan
    GRIPS Fellowship For those with high academic distinction
    Disaster Management Program ICHARM Research Assistantship Professional Knowledge and skills and experience in research and practice in water-related risk management at universities or research institutes. Public Works Research Institute of Japan (PWRI) November 1, 2010
    Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship 1) under 35 years of age as of April 1, 2011
    2) citizen of Asian countries with which Japan has established diplomatic relations

    Jobs in Post Bank Uganda- Jobs Opportunities

    If you want to work at Post Bank Uganda, here is the information that mirth help you to achieve your career goals. Please note that we will post Jobs in Post Bank Bank Uganda as soon as they get available, however, this is the information form Post Bank

    Our recruitment process
    We will always advertise in the media or our website or both about our current vacancies. Please use that opportunity to apply for the job advertised if your skills match the vacancy advertised. The advert will give you some idea of what to expect from us and what we will be looking for in you. We understand that recruitment is very much a two-way process. We will then proceed with your initial application on the basis of the information you provide us with.


    Investing in our people for their future
    We invest in our people through spending millions on training every year. We encourage our people to gain transferable skills, provide benefits and create plenty of social opportunities to relax and feel free

    Equality and fairness
    We want everyone to feel at home here. So we treat our people professionally and with fairness. We’re determined to make sure every single employee enjoys working at PostBank and has equal opportunities to progress regardless of their background or personal circumstances. We are committed to diversity because we serve a hugely diverse group of customers across the country and we firmly believe our internal community should reflect that diversity. We know that having a diverse workforce is the first step to achieving excellent performance and superior Customer Service since each different person brings something different to the job




    Contact:

    Plot 4/6 Nkurumah Road, P.O.Box 7189, Kampala -Uganda

    Tel: +256-414-258551, Fax: +256-414-233469,E-mail: info@postbank.co.ug


    Interniships and Jobs Opportunities in Barclays Bank Uganda

    Job Description
    Intern - 00039139
    Primary Location :UG-Central
    Job Type :Temp / Contractor (Payroll)
    Posting Range :09/12/2010 - Ongoing
    Deadline: 18th/1/2011

    Salary & Benefits
    : Good

    Description

    Barclays Internship Service Level Agreement

    1. Function Head

    * The Function Head is responsible for ensuring that the duties that the interns will perform are clearly defined
    * The Function Heads will also ensure that a mentor/Coordinator/Supervisor is assigned to the interns
    * The Function Head will ensure that the team is ready to welcome and support the interns


    2. Coordinator/ Supevisor/ Mentor

    * The Coordinator/Supervisor shall draw up the intern's schedule & share it with all concerned staff
    * The Coordinator/Supervisor works with the interns on a day to day basis to ensure that they are exposed to challenging and educative roles
    * The Coordinator/Supervisor will review the intern's report at the end of the internship period, and submit a report on the intern's performance to the function head and HR

    3. Intern

    * The intern shall provide the Coordinator/Supervisor with a schedule of availability for the three month period.
    * The intern shall be subject to the Barclays Bank of Uganda Code of Conduct, and shall attest to having received and read it.
    * The intern shall submit a copy of the report required by their University faculty to the Coordinator/Supervisor.
    * The intern shall submit a letter requesting to extend his/her contract.
    * The contract will be extended depending on; individual performance both at work and in class and the need within the bank.
    * The intern shall submit to HR a time sheet indicating the number of hours worked signed by the supervisor.
    * The intern shall be paid 2,500/= per hour worked.
    * (Up to 20 h/wk during studies or 40h/wk during holidays). To be paid every two weeks.

    4. Learning & Development Team

    * Coordinate advertising, short listing, placement, induction, payment and exit of interns
    * Organise group sessions for interns - Motivational Talks from staff, Skills Workshop, Temperature Check meeting
    * Maintain documentation relating to interns for the stipulated time following their internships



    Qualifications

    THE INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME

    Who is legible?


    * Undergraduate students in their second or third year.
    * An application letter. (showing interest in the programme)
    * A short CV. (providing a detail on who the person is)
    * A recommendation from their dean. (so that we have the mandate of the University)
    * Current University Results (At least a second Upper).
    * O and A level results (must have passed Eng and Math with a credit and above)
    * A photocopy of the student ID

    How To Apply
    Send Cv
    Human Resource Manger
    Barclays Bank
    Hannington Road, Nakasero

    Tellers Jobs Vacancies Career in Banks

    Job Description
    Teller - 00038898
    Primary Location :UG-Kampala
    Job Type :Permanent


    Salary & Benefits
    : competitive

    Description

    Overall Purpose of the Role
    To provide a counter service, local currency and basic international to Bank customers and other members of the public and administration support within the outlet
    Cash and Related Transactions - 70%

    * Cashing of cheques, travellers cheques, and withdrawals.
    * Process both cash and cheque deposits/credits
    * Purchase and sale of foreign currencies
    * Before processing each transaction verify that all the required information for the transaction is accurate and complete on accordance with the banks procedures. Refer any concerns to the team leader or branch operations manager for follow up and decision making whether proceed.
    * Capture all transactions on the banks system and ensure that all transactions are properly authorised before processing.
    * Balance cash in own till and assist other tellers for balancing in case of need
    * Prepare vouchers for onward processing at the central processing unit or back-office
    * Limited cross-selling of bank products and services
    * Provide referral services to the customers on bank products
    * Carefully count cash received and paid to ensure that errors are avoided. Barclays has zero tolerance policy for teller errors, which may include formal disciplinary procedures
    * Assist customers to correctly complete transaction documentation such as deposits or withdrawals slips to ensure accuracy and completeness.

    Customer service - 25%

    * Answer general customer enquiries at cash counter
    * Undertake cashier & enquiries duties as required in order to provide excellent customer service at the counter as a backup only
    * On occasion, own and manage customer queries and complaints by taking ownership and resolving in a timely manner
    * May record details of cash and cheques paid in other Bank credits and charge counter fee
    * Provide administration support within the outlet
    * May be required to assist in the training of new cashiers

    Rigour - 5%

    * Reconcile own till at the beginning and end of day
    * Throughout the day advise cash team leader when teller limits are exceeded.
    * Conduct snap checks as assigned
    * Call over work assigned
    * Open and close till as per bank procedures
    * You may be required to assume role of co custodian

    Qualifications

    Technical Skills / Competencies

    * Strong numeracy skills
    * Excellent attention to detail
    * Leadership skills

    Knowledge & Expertise
    Essential

    * Detailed knowledge of the banks processes and rigour requirements related to cash
    * Cash handling knowledge
    * Systems knowledge

    Preferred

    * Cash management and Banks knowledge

    Experience & Qualifications
    Essential

    * Proven track record in dealing with physical cash
    * 2 years experience as Cashier

    Preferred

    * Graduate

    How To Apply
    Send Cv
    Human Resource Manger
    Barclays Bank
    Hannington Road, Nakasero

    Career Opportunity In Uganda

    Location: Kampala, Kampala

    Job Title: Enterprise Risk Services

    Reference Code: EAU-35605-RS

    Type of Position: Full-time

    Job Description
    Deloitte East Africa

    Deloitte East Africa is a cluster of Deloitte offices that has joined together to provide seamless cross–border services to our clients in the region and to pass on the benefits of scale and access to resources that this organization can generate. Our East Africa practice serves multinationals, large national enterprises, small and medium–sized enterprises and the public sector across 3 countries of the region: Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania.

    Future Opportunities–Enterprise Risk Services

    Only submit a profile to this posting if after reviewing all open roles you do not see a match for your qualifications. If an opening becomes available that matches your qualifications you will be matched to it by a member of the recruiting team.

    General profile submissions are reviewed on an infrequent basis, therefore we recommend you submit your application to a specific role whenever possible.
    Enterprise Risk Services

    Deloitte's Enterprise Risk Services practice is a global leader in helping clients to manage risk, whether existing or potential, from the boardroom to the network.

    Technological innovation, globalization, complex regulation, and increased accountability at the senior management and board levels have all combined to significantly change the landscape of risk management today.

    We provide our clients with solutions from our full range of consulting and assurance services, from assessment to transformation, involving process redesign and technology implementation.

    Application
    Contact
    Human Resource Manager
    Deloitte East Africa

    Career Jobs In Uganda

    Location: Kampala, Kampala

    Firm Service: Audit

    Reference Code: EAU-35603-RS

    Type of Position: Full-time

    Job Description
    Deloitte East Africa

    Deloitte East Africa is a cluster of Deloitte offices that has joined together to provide seamless cross–border services to our clients in the region and to pass on the benefits of scale and access to resources that this organization can generate. Our East Africa practice serves multinationals, large national enterprises, small and medium–sized enterprises and the public sector across 3 countries of the region: Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania.

    Future Opportunities–Audit

    Only submit a profile to this posting if after reviewing all open roles you do not see a match for your qualifications. If an opening becomes available that matches your qualifications you will be matched to it by a member of the recruiting team.

    General profile submissions are reviewed on an infrequent basis, therefore we recommend you submit your application to a specific role whenever possible.
    Audit

    With a global network applying our robust audit tools, resources and procedures, our professionals are able to deliver our audit services to the highest standards of independence, professional objectivity and technical excellence. By understanding our clients' operations, their industries, and the issues they face, we are able to provide them with timely insights on business conditions, and assist them in assessing their financial and operational preparedness.

    Consultant Job Vacancy in Kenya

    Job Title: Senior Consultant

    Main Purpose: The position holder will play a key role in consulting assignments in strategy, accounting and financial management system reviews, internal and external audits, budget formulation, execution, financial reporting and financial monitoring.

    Job Category: Advisory Country: Kenya Location: Nairobi - Kenya

    Job Type: Full Time Grade/Level: Senior Consultant Closing Date: 31/01/2011

    Line of Service: Advisory
    Business Unit/Job Function: Financial Accounting and Operations

    Job Description:
    Your key responsibilities will include; - Undertaking business development through active identification of leads, conversion of leads to expressions of interests, proposals and engagements, - Responsibility for delivery of client work and management of assignment economics, - Work with the managers in managing projects while developing and mentoring staff.

    Requirements
    Qualification Level: General Degree Class Of Degree: 2nd Class (Upper Division)
    Experience Required: 3-5 Years

    Competencies / Skills:
    You will have at least 3 years’ experience and exposure in the private sector or in a professional services firm and in; - Budget formulation, execution, accounting, and financial reporting, - Accounting and financial management system reviews, - External and internal audit systems, - Financial monitoring and pre-disbursement assessments. To be successful in this role you must also have: - Ability to work in diverse multi-cultural environments and must be a team player, - Demonstrable leadership skills and experience in leading projects and diverse teams, - Strong analytical and problem solving capabilities, - Strong academic background backed by relevant full professional qualifications, - First Degree in relevant field (with business/accounting/finance orientation) and CPA or ACCA qualification.

    Volunteer Opportunities With the Uganda Red Cross Society

    The URCS Volunteers
    Who is a Uganda Red Cross Society Volunteer?
    A Uganda Red Cross Society volunteer is a person who freely contributes his/her services regularly or occasionally, not by a desire of material or financial gain or by external social, economic or political affiliation.
    A Uganda Red Cross Society member is a person who has formally agreed to the condition or membership as required by the Uganda Red Cross Society constitution and rules and is entitled to stand and be an elected Representative on governing bodies and to vote.
    Volunteers may or may not be members of Uganda Red Cross Society.
    Roles and Responsibilities of Volunteers
    Each volunteer has a responsibility to URCS and the people he/she has chosen to work for.
    Volunteers should:

    * Remember that when they are working for URCS they are representing the Red Cross movement and its ideals.
    * Familiarize themselves with the volunteer's code of ethics, the fundamental principles, the philosophy of voluntary service, Geneva Conventions and the two additional protocols.
    * Be attentive to the needs of others at all times.
    * Be ready to assume responsibilities and try to be accessible.
    * Be realistic about their availability and limitations.
    * Seek to serve at the level of their capacity but be flexible and persevering in performing tasks undertaken.
    * Seek to strengthen the sub branch, branch or national secretariat by being fully informed of its goals, objectives and policies.
    * Try to be positive and enthusiastic.
    * Establish a positive working relationship with other co-volunteers and staff
    * By improving communication and being aware of the importance of interaction.
    * If in doubt, seek advice on URCS or branch matters from the appropriate authority before taking a decision.

    What a Uganda Red Cross Society Volunteer must know.

    * History of the Red Cross movement.
    * Components of the Red Cross Movement
    * URCS History , Mission, Structure, and activities
    * Fundamental Principle of the Red Cross / Red Crescent
    * The Emblem
    * The Four Geneva Conventions and additional protocols (IHL)
    * Fundamental rules of the IHL applicable in armed conflicts
    * Code of ethics
    * Responsibilities and teamwork


    Contact Information
    Uganda Red Cross Society National Headquarters
    Plot 28/30 Lumumba Avenue,
    P.O. Box 494, Kampala – Uganda.

    sgurcs@redcrossug.org

    ICT Jobs In Uganda- Ministry Of ICT, BPO

    LIST OF CANDIDATES SHORTLISTED FOR THE INTERVIEWS FOR THE BPO TRAINING IN MAKERERE FACULTY OF COMPUTING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
    1
    Aaron Timothy Kirunda
    2
    Abbey Mutumba
    3
    Abdulnoor Kyambade
    4
    Abel Ayebazibwe
    5
    Abel Kiddu
    6
    Abel Wandera
    7
    ABERT MUGISHA
    8
    Abias simon katushabe
    9
    Absalom Kiyingi
    10
    Abubaker Lukabwe Muzira
    11
    ADOLF MASANYU
    12
    Adolf Sabiiti
    13
    AGABA NICHOLAS RWAKAISHO
    14
    AGATHA ATUKUNDA
    15
    Agatha Nabagesera
    16
    Agatha orikiriza
    17
    Aggrey Mujuni
    18
    Agnes Otto
    19
    Agnes Twinomugisha
    20
    Agnes Natukunda Nsubuga
    21
    AGNESE AYENYA
    22
    Agustus Muhanguzi
    23
    Ahabwe K Victor
    24
    AIDAT NAMBAFU
    25
    Ainebyoona .S. Timon
    26
    AISHA BUKIRWA
    27
    AISHA MBEYA
    28
    AISHA NAJJEMBA
    29
    AKAMPA BRIDGET
    30
    AKANKOLE EMILY
    31
    AKELLO SUZAN
    32
    AKIZA B NEWTON
    33
    Albert Murungi
    34
    ALBERT OJAMBO
    35
    ALEX KALULE
    36
    ALEX MITALA
    37
    ALEX MWINE MUKONO
    38
    Alex Nduhura
    39
    alex niwagaba
    40
    ALEX NIWAGABA
    41
    Alex Ntale
    42
    ALEX NUWAMANYA
    43
    Alex Odong
    44
    Alex Oyite
    45
    Alex Tumwijukye
    46
    Alex Akatujuna Mwebaze
    47
    Alex B Tumusiime
    48
    Alexander Makayi
    49
    ALFRED OGABA
    50
    Alfred Rogers Angudubo
    51
    ALICE NABAASA
    52
    alice namugamba
    LIST OF CANDIDATES SHORTLISTED FOR THE INTERVIEWS FOR THE BPO TRAINING IN MAKERERE FACULTY OF COMPUTING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
    53
    ALICE PEJO
    54
    ALICE TUSUBIRA
    55
    Allan John Damulira
    56
    Allan Masereka
    57
    Allan Izaara Tumukunde
    58
    ALLEN AHIMBISIBWE
    59
    Allen Kukunda
    60
    ALOYSIUS OCHOLA
    61
    Ambasodor Micheal
    62
    AMELIA KOMUJUNI
    63
    Amina Nakaziba
    64
    AMON BEKUNDA
    65
    Amon Mahikaho Turyamureeba
    66
    Amongin Naomi
    67
    Amos Astone Lema
    68
    Amos Kyeyune Mutundi
    69
    ANDIMA GEOFFREY
    70
    Andrew Mugalu
    71
    ANDREW - OTHIENO
    72
    ANDREW ABILA
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    Fred Margach Rwampwanyi
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    Fredrick Mutumba
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    395
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    Gary Salimo
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    413
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    Ian Ibaarah Charisma Muhereza
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    Ibrahim Tamusuza kiberu
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    478
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