Economic Development Advisor (217358-927) Job Vacancy

Job Title: Economic Development Advisor (217358-927)

Mercy Corps

Closing date: 08 Mar 2011
Location: Uganda - Kampala

This position is contingent upon funding

PROGRAM SUMMARY:

Mercy Corps has been operating in Uganda since 2006 and directly implements programs in the northern Districts of Pader, Kitgum, Kaabong and Kotido with funding from USAID’s, Food for Peace (FFP), Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA), Conflict Management & Mitigation (CMM), as well as Private Donations. Over the past year Mercy Corps Uganda has experienced significant growth that has resulted in the expansion into new districts and the development of new sub-grant alliances with international and national NGOs. Working in transitional environments, Mercy Corps is working in two regions of northern Uganda to assist IDPs who are voluntarily returning home, and integrate well-targeted short-term humanitarian assistance with a larger program of market-based investments in strategic asset-building. By addressing a number of overlapping and associated needs within a wide range of activities (livelihoods, peace building, agriculture, water and sanitation, health and nutrition, and economic development) Mercy Corps takes an integrated approach to ensure the greatest possible impact. The Districts in which Mercy Corps works are generally the most marginalized, poverty stricken, and conflict prone.

GENERAL POSITION SUMMARY:

The Economic Development Advisor (EDA) will lead Mercy Corps’ contribution to a potential USAID-funded program. The program to improve the socio-economic circumstances of orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs) in Uganda. The EDA will have a solid foundation in economic development and an understanding of market facilitation. S/He will be primarily responsible for improving the capacities of local civil society organizations (CSOs) to provide economic development assistance to their beneficiary populations, and will frequently be directly involved in training CSO staff. S/He will also be responsible for performing market analyses in order to identify viable business opportunities for OVCs, which s/he will digest into reports and relay to local partner organizations. Lastly, s/he will be intimately involved with a thorough, project-area-wide household economic assessment effort and with the training of CSOs in needs assessments.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

- Supervise the economic component of the program, including formation of economic development projects for youths and caregivers of OVCs; starting up / enhancing existing solidarity groups and overseeing rural micro-lending and savings initiatives including:
- Gather market intelligence and support local business people / groups to effectively utilize it to improve market access and boost local expertise in cross-border trade
- Improve local saving / credit / investment initiatives by facilitating the formation of village savings and loan associations and improving access to start-up capital (cash and / or equipment) through group contributions, increasing business profits and access to formal financial institutions
- Perform value chain analyses of select subsectors
- Refine value chain development strategy and support local partners to formulate strategies to increase access to markets, create employment opportunities and improve livelihoods
- Provide advisory services to partnering groups and explore collaborative opportunities to develop linkages between target beneficiaries and key value chain actors
- Through group and one-to-one training, build capacity of new and existing business groups
- Explore and advise key stakeholders on localization and implementation of Public Private Partnership (PPP), Local Economic Development (LED) and Value Chain Development (VCD) models
- Facilitate dialogue between various stakeholders aimed at improving policy and conflict resolution mechanisms at the local level to remove economic barriers to business growth and expansion
- Support new and existing groups to formulate and enforce group policies; maintain proper records; identify and take advantage of investment opportunities
- Liaise with other Program Managers and the project CoP,
- Develop comprehensive capacity building plan for local partners and make appropriate follow up.
- Maintain effective monitoring and reporting in conformity with program and country DM&E systems.
- Work collaboratively with other stakeholders both local and international working in similar sectors in the region.
- Foster a collaborative, dynamic team atmosphere which engages project partners and stakeholders.
- Conduct him/herself both professionally and personally in such a manner as to bring credit to Mercy Corps and to not jeopardize its humanitarian mission.
- Other duties as assigned

Organizational Learning

As part of our commitment to organizational learning and in support of our understanding that learning organizations are more effective, efficient and relevant to the communities they serve - we expect all team members to commit 5% of their time to learning activities that benefit Mercy Corps as well as themselves.

Accountability to Beneficiaries

Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts towards accountability, specifically to our beneficiaries and to international standards guiding international relief and development work, while actively engaging beneficiary communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY: Project economic development staff.

ACCOUNTABILITY:

REPORTS DIRECTLY TO: Project Chief of Party, Mercy Corps Deputy Country Director,

WORKS DIRECTLY WITH: Other project staff to be determined.

KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE:

- Experience managing programs in relevant technical area(s) including Livelihoods, Agriculture, and Youth Development.
- Experience performing value chain analyses and identifying viable business opportunities for vulnerable populations.
- Experience training local organizations in market facilitation.
- Experience managing a grants facility for local organizations.
- Experience developing VSLAs and networks of community-based VSLA trainers.
- Trained and knowledgeable in DM&E concepts and methodologies. M&E experience should include conducting assessments and surveys, program design using a logical framework approach, selecting indicators, implementing monitoring plans, coordinating evaluations and data analysis.
- Experience supervising national staff, starting up programs and working in difficult environments.
- History of working effectively with host country government, USAID and other donors, National and International NGO partners, and collaborating with other actors.
- A Bachelor’s Degree in business, economics, international studies or related field with MA/S preferred.
- 7- 10 years’ experience in international relief and development.
- 5-7 years in senior leadership positioning in building teams, developing programs and financial.
- High level of proficiency in English is required, familiarity with local languages strongly preferred.

SUCCESS FACTORS: The successful candidate will be able to manage a large program across a diverse geographic area; have a demonstrated ability to multi-task, meet deadlines and process information in support of changing program environments; be collaborative with program partners and focused on team-building and capacity-building of national staff; have effective verbal and written communication proficiency; and have excellent information management skills.

Mercy Corps Team members represent the agency both during and outside of work hours when deployed in a field posting or on a visit/TDY to a field posting. The position holder is expected to conduct him/herself in a professional manner and respect the local laws, customs and Mercy Corps' policies, procedures, and values at all times and in all in-country venues.

LIVING CONDITIONS/ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS: Kampala is susceptible and has been the target of terrorist attacks but continues to provide a fairly secure living environment with many of the amenities you would expect in a capital city. With preparation and strong foresight one can avoid many of the frustrations that occur. The city center is congested with major traffic delays. One can anticipate the occasional power and/or water outages.

Mercy Corps is an AA/EOE.
How to apply
Apply online at our website:

http://hostedjobs.openhire.com/epostings/submit.cfm?fuseaction=app.dspjob&jobid=217358&company_id=15927&jobboardid=479
Reference Code: RW_8CVC9T-60

Jobs Vacancies at Marie Stopes International (MSI) in Uganda

Job Title: Senior Analyst

NGO: Marie Stopes International (MSI)

Marie Stopes Uganda (MSU) is one of the largest non-governmental family planning organisations in Uganda. We are a marketing focused, results oriented social enterprise that develops efficient, effective and sustainable family planning programmes in Uganda. Every year MSU provides over 220,000 people with high quality health services.
Closing date: 14 Feb 2011
Location: Uganda - Kampala

To strengthen the evidence of the benefits and costs of voucher and accreditation (V&A) reproductive health (RH) services. To strengthen monitoring and evaluation in the larger research agenda.

Voucher and Accreditation activities (approx 75%)

- Work with voucher and acreditation (V&A) partners in Uganda (Kampala and Mbarara) and elsewhere to assess the effect of the V&A approach on increasing access to quality of, and reducing inequities in, the use of selected RH services.
- Manage research activities for systematic evaluations of V&A approaches in Uganda; conduct and compare population level surveys and undertake in-depth analyses; supervise field coordinators for the implementation of research activities.
- Report to the MSU Operations Director, the MSU Programme Manager and the Population Council Project Manager (based in Nairobi) to ensure appropriate reporting against the Project Framework and for information dissemination and utilization of results.
- The analyst will have a leadership role in study design and analysis. She or he will prepare activity workplans, budgets, reports and other required documents. Enhance utilization of project findings through working with Marie Stopes Uganda (MSU), Ministry of Health, Population Council, Mbarara University of Science and Technology, donors and other partners.
- Provide techncial assistance for the implementation of rigorous monitoring studies in MSU. Engage in other Council and MSU activities that contribute to improved understanding of V&A activities in the region.
- Disseminate and communicate the Council’s and MSU’s results jointly at national, regional and international levels through presentations, preparation of reports, and publications of papers in high impact peer reviewed journals.

Doctoral degree in demography, social science, public health, or related field with training relevant to reproductive health, family planning, healthcare finance, and health services research. Minimum of two years' relevant postdoctoral professional experience preferred. Alternatively a Masters degree and a proven record of 5-7 years in population and facility level research including publication in multiple high impact peer reviewed journals. Demonstrated ability to design, implement, analyze, publish, and disseminate operations research results. In-depth, substantive knowledge of reproductive health and healthcare finance issues. Understanding of bureaucratic systems in East Africa and a demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment. Some experience of USAID and its M&E requirements is desirable. Management experience also desirable. Excellent English written and oral communication skills including the ability to translate technical information for non-technical audience. Willingness to travel for multiple weeks at a time within Uganda (up to 50% time in Mbarara region) and elsewhere. The Analyst will be based at the MSU office in Kampala and spend significant time coordinating project activities in Mbarara.

How to apply
Human Resources and Administration Manager
Marie Stopes Uganda
PLOT 1020 KISUGU, MUYENGA
PO BOX 3557
KAMPALA, UGANDA
Subject: MSU Senior Analyst Position
email: recruitment_uganda@mariestopes.or.ug
Reference Code: RW_8DQCKY-76

UN JOBS IN UGANDA- Consultant Vacancy

Job Title: National Consultant: Peacebuilding Fund Management Information System, Kampala


Location : Kampala, UGANDA
Application Deadline : 21-Feb-11
Additional Category Management
Type of Contract : SSA
Post Level : National Consultant
Languages Required :
English
Starting Date :
(date when the selected candidate is expected to start) 28-Feb-2011
Duration of Initial Contract : 3 months
Expected Duration of Assignment : 3 month
Closing Date: Monday, 21 February 2011

Background

The UN in Uganda has secured a funding envelope of $14m from the Peacebuilding Fund (PBF) to address remaining conflict drivers and peace building challenges, with a total of at least seven UN agencies that will be involved in implementing projects with this funding. The process to finalize the Priority Plan and the project documents has been a participatory one, in which the Resident Coordinator's Office (RCO) in Kampala has played a significant role as a coordinator and facilitator.

The Peacebuilding Fund guidelines place strong emphasis on the results based management of the projects, the measurement of the impact of capacity-building; the monitoring of the catalytic effect of the funding, and ensuring that lessons learned from the project implementation are recorded. The PBF also promotes the completion of an independent “Mid-term evaluation to assess relevance, efficiency, effectiveness and sustainability of PBF in-country.”

Predominantly, and in line with global guidance, the UN in Uganda has attempted to build on national monitoring structures, and uses to a great extent, national indicators in its overarching policy documents. The reliance on national data means that district level data is not always available, adequately disaggregated, or it is not collected within a timeframe that would meet specific requirements of the UN for data. In order to ensure that agencies are implementing and reporting on their PBF projects in a timely manner, funds from the PBF envelope for Uganda were allocated to supporting coordination and monitoring activities.

The UN Resident Coordinator's Office has been identified as a natural existing structure which can manage the responsibilities of the local PBF Secretariat. In this role, it will support the agencies to prepare their project documents, and facilitate the work of the Technical Advisory Committee and the Steering Committee. It will also support agencies to comply with the PBF reporting requirements in a timely manner.

Objectives

The development of a user-friendly comprehensive Management Information System (MIS) for the PBF Joint Programmes (JP) will significantly increase the coordination, M&E and reporting capacity of the UN in Uganda. The development of the MIS aims to:

Increase efficiency and reduce costs through a results-based M&E and reporting.
Boost information availability and accessibility for evidence-based planning.
Enhance vertical and horizontal data-sharing for stronger UN coordination.
Explore possible areas of coordination geographically or thematically.

Duties and Responsibilities

Duties and Responsibilities:

The PBF MIS Consultant will have as overall responsibility the development of the PBF management information system (MIS). Specifically the tasks will include:

Develop the MIS software programme.
Input the planning information/data for all Joint Programmes base on the approved programme documents.
Run quality assurance tests on the software.
Present a prototype of the software to the lead agencies and RCO for comments.
Reconfigure/redesign the prototype base on comments, agreed changes and improvements.
Develop and write a User Manual and Troubleshooting Tips for the MIS software.
Provide hands-on training for the representatives of all PBF agencies at both field and Kampala levels, on the use and troubleshooting of the MIS software.
Launch and install the MIS system in all agencies at both Kampala and field levels.
Provide additional assistance to revisit and evaluate the MIS software three months after its launch.

Key Deliverables of the PBF MIS Consultant:

Work Plan at the start of the contract, at least within a week after contract signing.
Submission of a budget for the MIS annual establishment and operational costs at least one month after initiation of the contract.
User-friendly comprehensive Management Information System (MIS software) with features that allow users, both online and/or offline, to input planning data: planned activities, budget, target results, indicators, schedule, risks, etc.
Input “progress” data: activities conducted, expenditure, actual results, schedule and issues/challenges, against the planning data.
Input other pertinent data over and above the plans (like additional activities, unexpected results, unforeseen factors, etc.).
Update, view, compare and extract data by agency, joint programme, objective, outcome/output, geographic area, theme, target beneficiaries, monthly/quarterly/annual/midterm/final, and other categories.
Obtain a statistical analysis of data with graphical presentations – bars, charts, etc.
Draft, print and share detailed and summary reports base on predesigned report formats.
Share and attach other electronic reference files, including photos.
Other additional features that may be deemed necessary by the UN RCO, PBF Team, PMT and/or UNCT as the consultancy proceeds. As much as possible, the system should build on existing UN agencies' systems and be accessible and user-friendly at the national and field levels.
Presentation of prototype half way into the consultancy for input from the RCO and UN agencies.
User's manual and troubleshooting tips - electronic and hardcopy.
Provide hands-on training-workshop of selected UN staff in Kampala and the field on the use of the system

Duration and timing:

The development of the PBF MIS will cover three months, starting in end-February until end-April 2010.

Reporting:

The PBF MIS Consultant will be under the direct supervision and management of the UN Resident Coordinator's Office. He/she will consult with the UN RCO and other agencies on the MIS design, process and trainings. The review will also include meetings with the M&E working group and individual meetings with M&E focal points, as well as meetings with the Programme Management Team (as PBF technical appraisal committee) to discuss progress and next steps to ensure ownership of the system by the agencies.

Competencies

A strong academic and professional background/experience on software and database development/programming using various platforms and programmes.
Be a seasoned software developer/programmer with an excellent track record in reputable companies locally and/or abroad.
Extensive experience in providing hands-on training to people with various levels of IT skills and knowledge.
In-depth experience in presentation and communication skills.

Required Skills and Experience

Education:

University degree in computer science/programming, management information systems, information technology, or any relevant field.

Experience:

Minimum of five years relevant experience in the field of management information systems/database programming/development.
Minimum of five years experience in personally developing an MIS/database that can be both offline and online, using various programming platforms/software, especially MS Access.
Experience in conducting hands-on training of people with various levels of IT skills and knowledge.
Experience in writing User Manuals and Troubleshooting Tips that are layman-friendly (easy to understand and follow).
Availability and willingness and personal initiative to travel and engage in quality assurance tests and trainings in Kampala and field agencies

Language Requirement:

Fluency in written and spoken English is a necessity.

Application Procedure - applicants are required to submit an application and proposals, which include the following:

I. Job Proposal:

Letter of Interest.
Explanation as to why you consider yourself suitable for the assignment.
A brief methodology on the approach and implementation of the assignment.

II. Personal CV

Highlighting past experience in similar projects.
Work references - contact details (e-mail addresses) of referees.

III. Financial Proposal

Financial proposal indicating consultancy fee, lump sum fee or unit price together with any other expenses related to the assignment.

Please note that the system will only allow you to upload one document, therefore all the job and finance proposals are to be attached to the CV and uploaded together.

UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.

To Apply
https://jobs.undp.org/cj_apply.cfm?job_id=21618

Various Jobs Opportunities in a Ugandan Financial Institution

Applications are invited for qualified professionals to work in a relatively large commercial organization rendering financial services.

1. Marketing Manager

Qualifications:
_ A university degree with at least 8 years of sales and marketing experience in a commercial organization.
_ Should be visionary, self-motivated, team player with the ability to lead a sales team of more than 50 people.


Qualifications & Experience:

A relevant university degree plus at least 3 years performing human resource duties.

3. Audit Assistants: To assist in various audits of company operations.
Qualifications & Experience: A university degree plus parts of ACCA/CPA and experience of at least two (2) years performing audit duties in commercial organization or audit firm.

4. Customer Relations Executives: To handle customers, operate computers and prepare reports.
Qualifications & Experience: A relevant degree such as in statistics, business and Economics, with at least 2 years experience performing similar duties.

5. Sales Executives (10): Will be trained to manage the branch offices around Kampala and upcountry.
Qualification and Experience: A University degree plus at least 3 years experience in sales.

6. Sales Assistants (15): To sell the company's products and services in Kampala and upcountry towns. Qualification and Experience: At least a diploma plus 2 years experience of direct selling of goods and services.

7. Marketing Executives: To market the company's services in Kampala. Qualification and Experience: At least a diploma plus three years experience marketing goods and services. A University degree will be an added advantage.

Remuneration packages, fringe benefits (such as housing, medical, bonuses) and prospects of career growth are attractive for the qualified candidates.

Applications plus detailed CV and three referees should be submitted by 21st February 2011 to:
The Managing Director
P.O.Box 7213,
Kampala, Uganda
.


Jobs at IDI Project Finance Officer Vacancy

Job Title: Project Finance Officer (1)

This key position will support a complex project that provides training and technical assistance in a range of subject areas, in multiple districts (including those that are remote and hard-to-reach). The Project Finance Officer must have excellent financial analysis and financial management skills—and will be required to participate in all aspects of financial planning and management for the project.

Key Responsibilities:
Leading development, implementation and on-going improvement of project financial systems—to support a complex project with multiple streams of activity

Ensuring the project’s strict adherence to the financial and operational guidelines of one or more project funders

Ensuring strict adherence to IDI financial and administrative regulations and practices

Working with all levels of the project’s management to continually improve cost effectiveness in the implementation of activities

Rapidly developing complex, accurate budgets for project activities

Developing project procurement plans; plans outlining anticipated expenditures (both cash and non-cash); and other ad-hoc financial planning documents on a monthly basis

Managing all project financial transactions and rigorously developing financial documentation

Continually checking expenditures against budgets; highlighting and following up on situations where expenditure has exceeded what was expected

Ensuring that the project management team understands clearly how project resources are being used in support of delivery of project activities; why activities cost what they do; and what options might exist for reducing costs in any given situation

Managing the financial aspects of project sub-contracts

A range of other financial duties, as assigned

Qualifications and Desired Experience:
A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, Business or a related area; a related post-graduate qualification is an added advantage

At least 3 years of experience in a finance position at a reputable organization with a clean financial record

Familiarity with Navision or a similar electronic financial management/accounting package

Proven skills in a diverse range of areas related to financial management; outstanding budgeting skills are essential; experience with financial planning/forecasting is an added advantage

Outstanding references and a proven record of honesty and transparency

To Apply:
Qualified and interested persons who wish to apply may hand-deliver, email or post an application letter with adetailed CV, naming at least two professional referees,
to:
The Human Resource Manager
Infectious Diseases Institute
P. O. Box 22418, Kampala.
hr@idi.co.ug
Deadline for receipt of applications is
February 10th 2011.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Rucruitment of Project Operations Manager at IDI

Job Title: Project Operations Manager (1)

This key position will support a complex project that provides training and technical assistance in a range of subject areas, in multiple districts (including those that are remote and hard-to-reach). The Project Operations Manager must have excellent management skills and the ability to manage a complex range of activities and demands. In addition, this person must be able to effectively influence and/or direct the activities of a diverse, multi-disciplinary group of staff and external stakeholders who have no reporting relationship to this position.

Key Responsibilities:
Overall responsibility for ensuring the smooth operation of project training and technical assistance activities, both in Kampala and throughout Uganda (including in remote and hard-to-reach areas)

Supporting the project’s management team in the process of taking things from strategy/concept to effective implementation—through developing and managing implementation of the project’s master activity plan

Forecasting demand for project technical assistance services, and developing schedules, programmes, and other tools to refl ect how the project will meet demand

Ensuring excellent quality in the delivery of the project’s diverse training and technical assistance activities

Coordinating the logistical aspects of all project training and capacity building activities

Supporting the project’s management team in the process of liaising with the highest levels of management at partner facilities, to ensure full preparation for capacity building activities

Responsibility for ensuring that all necessary equipment and resource materials are available to project training/technical assistance teams, in advance of training/capacity building activities

Managing the relationship with project transport providers to ensure that vehicles are safe and are being used in the most efficient way possible

Managing sub-contracts and overseeing those sub-contracted to deliver aspects of the project; ensuring the quality and timely delivery of services that have been sub-contracted

Assessing the viability of a range of innovative methods for delivering content to health workers, and identifying the operational issues around implementation

Developing sound, transparent policies and procedures for a diverse range of project activities

Identifying areas of potential risk for staff members taking part in project activities, and establishing plans to mitigate risk

Overseeing a range of other administrative needs for the project; liaising with corporate departments to ensure efficient, cost-effective support to the project

Qualifications and Desired Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree required; a qualification in a health-related field is an added advantage

At least fi ve years of project management experience, including direct responsibility for the planning and management of complex donor-funded projects

Outstanding skills and experience related to work planning, forecasting, and other planning and management tools

Strong experience with the administrative aspects of project delivery—including transport, IT, facilities, equipment and supplies

Experience developing administrative management systems, policies and procedures is essential

Experiencing managing sub-contracts in a range of areas

Experience with strategic planning, risk management and financial planning and forecasting is an added advantage

Well developed interpersonal skills, and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of stakeholders

Strong computer skills including in Word, Excel,

Power Point, and Microsoft Project or other project management software

Rucruitment of Project Field Manage at IDI

Job Title: Project Field Manager (1)

This key position will support a complex project that provides training and technical assistance in a range of subject areas, in multiple districts (including those that are remote and hard-to-reach).

The Project Field Manager must have excellent management skills and the ability to manage a complex range of activities and demands and at the same time must participate in the delivery of technical training, technical assistance, support supervision and mentoring.

Key Responsibilities:
Taking direct responsibility for the planning and implementation of district and facility-based training and technical assistance in a diverse range of subject areas

Ensuring that all project field-based training and technical assistance runs smoothly, according to planned timelines, and is of excellent quality

Serving as the primary contact for the funder, and negotiating project work plans (and potentially project budgets) with the funder

Ensuring that all project deliverables are achieved and that obligations have been met with regard to the funder’s financial, operational and reporting requirements

Actively engaging in the process of generating additional financial support for project activities, beyond what the original funder has provided

Responsibility for continually improving the quality and cost-effectiveness of field-based project activities; continually developing mechanisms to reduce cost and increase quality of project approaches being used

Active involvement in delivery of project training and technical assistance activities

Taking a leading role in communication and coordination with a range of stakeholders
including government, funding agencies, and other implementing partners

Qualifications and Desired Experience:
Technical:
Medical doctor with a post graduate qualification in internal medicine, public health or epidemiology

Hands on experience related to clinical care, capacity building in health service delivery, and monitoring and evaluation

Extensive knowledge and experience related to malaria and HIV (including knowledge of the laboratory-related aspects) is essential; knowledge and experience with TB, reproductive health and health systems strengthening is an added advantage

Excellent general clinical skills

Basic understanding of a range of capacity building methodologies; some previous experience in adult education is essential

Experience in delivering lectures in a classroom setting as well as interventions focused on support supervision and mentoring

Leadership and Management Skills:
Outstanding project management skills; more than 3 years of experience managing implementation of complex projects is essential

Excellent people management skills

At least two years of financial management experience (can be in the context of general project management experience)

Well developed interpersonal skills, and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of stakeholders

Experience with monitoring and evaluation around training and technical assistance

General:
Proficient computer skills including the use of Word,
Excel and Power Point

Experience working in rural areas, and the ability to travel between 25-50% time to support project activities

To Apply:
Qualified and interested persons who wish to apply may hand-deliver, email or post an application letter with a detailed CV, naming at least two professional referees,
to:
The Human Resource Manager
Infectious Diseases Institute
P. O. Box 22418, Kampala.
hr@idi.co.ug
Deadline for receipt of applications is
February 10th 2011.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Career Opportunities at Hima Cement- Uganda

Job Title: Sales Professionals
We are looking for dynamic and energetic sales professionals to strengthen our sales retail team.

Qualifications
A university degree

At least 3 years working experience in sales in a competitive commercial environment

Candidates with an engineering background who are a looking for a career in sales are also invited



Job Title: Human Resource and Organization Officer
We are looking for a Human Resources professional who will be responsible for supporting and implementing human resource processes in the areas of industrial relations, selection and placement and performance management, at our plant in Kasese.

Qualifications
You must be a university graduate with a post graduate qualification

At least 3 years working experience in human resource management and willing to be based in Hima, Kasese


How to Apply
If you are interested in the above position, send your application and copies of academic documents together with a detailed CV to the address below

Application Address
Hima Cement Limited- Kampala
Centre Court, 4 Ternam Avenue
P.O Box, Kampala, Uganda

Or
Hima Cement Factory
Hima Township
Po Box 37, Kasese

Or
Email to: hima.kampala@hima.lafarge.com

Closing Date: Wed 16th Feb 2011
Hima Cement is an equal opportunity employer. Only short listed candidates will be short listed

Rucuitment of Human Resource and Organization Officer

Job Title: Human Resource and Organization Officer

We are looking for a Human Resources professional who will be responsible for supporting and implementing human resource processes in the areas of industrial relations, selection and placement and performance management, at our plant in Kasese.

Qualifications
You must be a university graduate with a post graduate qualification

At least 3 years working experience in human resource management and willing to be based in Hima, Kasese

Human Resource and Organization Officer
We are looking for a Human Resources professional who will be responsible for supporting and implementing human resource processes in the areas of industrial relations, selection and placement and performance management, at our plant in Kasese.

Qualifications
You must be a university graduate with a post graduate qualification

At least 3 years working experience in human resource management and willing to be based in Hima, Kasese


How to Apply
If you are interested in the above position, send your application and copies of academic documents together with a detailed CV to the address below

Application Address
Hima Cement Limited- Kampala
Centre Court, 4 Ternam Avenue
P.O Box, Kampala, Uganda

Or
Hima Cement Factory
Hima Township
Po Box 37, Kasese

Or
Email to: hima.kampala@hima.lafarge.com

Closing Date: Wed 16th Feb 2011
Hima Cement is an equal opportunity employer. Only short listed candidates will be short listed

Hima Cement Jobs Vacancies in Uganda- Career Employment

Job Title: Sales Professionals
We are looking for dynamic and energetic sales professionals to strengthen our sales retail team.

Qualifications
A university degree

At least 3 years working experience in sales in a competitive commercial environment

Candidates with an engineering background who are a looking for a career in sales are also invited

How to Apply
If you are interested in the above position, send your application and copies of academic documents together with a detailed CV to the address below

Application Address
Hima Cement Limited- Kampala
Centre Court, 4 Ternam Avenue
P.O Box, Kampala, Uganda

Or
Hima Cement Factory
Hima Township
Po Box 37, Kasese

Or
Email to: hima.kampala@hima.lafarge.com

Closing Date: Wed 16th Feb 2011
Hima Cement is an equal opportunity employer. Only short listed candidates will be short listed

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