Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Specialist

Job Title: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Specialist

Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is an international non-profit, public health organisation with headquarters in the USA, whose purpose is to strengthen health programs worldwide. STRIDES for Family Health, one of MSH’s Projects in Uganda has a mandate to strengthen the capacity of health systems in fifteen (15) selected districts.

STRIDES now invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for the following positions:

Job Title: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Specialist- based in Kampala

The CSR Specialist is responsible for providing support to increase and improve linkages between the STRIDES project and the private sector and ensuring that companies have a stake in contributing to the good health and well-being of their communities. S/he will explore CSR partnership and funding opportunities with private sector companies and identify mutual areas for support and/or collaboration.

S/he will develop the identified areas for partnerships into concepts and eventually into fundable projects, and monitors the implementation of such projects while providing regular feedback to STRIDES and the collaborating company on the results of the project. S/he performs a full range of programmatic, financial management, planning and monitoring functions which are critical to the smooth operation of the CSR private sector initiative. S/he will also manage the smooth fl ow of communication between the companies and STRIDES, and set up a system for recording relevant CSR contributions from collaborating companies in compliance with the applicable USAID regulations and Generally Accepted Accounting and Auditing Standards.

1) Degree in Business Administration or other relevant field.
2) At least five years work experience in resource mobilization and proposal development.
3) Strong analytical, negotiation and interpersonal skills.
4) Proven ability to work effectively with a diverse set of corporate companies, senior managers, and project partners.

All applications should be addressed to:
The Human Resources Partner – MSH,
Plot 15 Princess Anne Drive, P. O. Box 71419,
Or email to:
Deadline for submission: Friday, July 22, 2011.
We thank all applicants for their interest, but can only acknowledge shortlisted candidates.

World Vision Uganda Jobs- Monitoring, Evaluation & Research Specialist

Job title: Monitoring, Evaluation & Research Specialist – SPEAR Project

World Vision Uganda is a Christian Relief, Development and Advocacy NGO dedicated to working with communities to overcome poverty and injustice in over 27 districts of Uganda; “Our Vision for every child, Life in all its fullness. Our prayer for every Heart, the will to make it so.” World Vision is committed to the protection of children and does not employ people whose background is unsuitable. All employment is conditioned upon successful completion of background references, including criminal record checks. World Vision Uganda is seeking to hire motivated, dynamic, qualified persons to fill the following position.

Report to: Chief of Party
Location: Kampala
The project; Supporting Public Sector workplaces to Expand Action and Responses against HIV/AIDS (SPEAR) is a five year USAID/PEPFAR-funded HIV/AIDS Workplace Policy initiative led by World Vision in partnership with Research Triangle Institute (RTI). In collaboration with the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MoIA), the Ministry of Local Government (MoLG) and the Ministry of Education and Sports (MoES), SPEAR aims to expand access to HIV prevention, treatment and care among public sector workers.
Role of the Position:
• To provide cutting edge leadership and technical guidance in project performance monitoring, evaluation and operations research for the SPEAR project
• Supervise research & data management staff Major responsibilities Leadership:
• Provide dynamic leadership in development and coordination of all monitoring, evaluation and research activities
• Actively participate within M&E networks, and collaboration with learning and research institutions to insure high quality, cutting edge M&E activities
Assessment, design and reporting:
• Lead assessments and operational research for contextual understanding, identifying opportunities, vulnerabilities and capacities, to guide programming and priority setting
• Lead the team in developing design documents and logical frameworks
• Adapt the Performance Monitoring System to remain consistent with the SPEAR framework and donor and MEEP reporting requirements
• Prepare project reports that meet World Vision, PEPFAR and USAID requirements

• Support management and accountability through routine, accurate collection and reporting of information that confirms status of program activities
• Develop plans and user-appropriate quality tools and instruments for use at all levels
• Develop quality control systems needed to guarantee proper management of information and data
• Train staff and stakeholders in use of tools and data

• Insure ToR’s for evaluations are in line with desired information outcomes and that final reports are of a high standard displaying a level of analysis that is interesting and relevant to both SPEAR and external stakeholders

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• Degree in Public Health, Social Science, Statistics, Business Administration or related field. Further training in M&E will be an added advantage
• Effective communication and training skills
• Experience of not less than 3 years in monitoring & Evaluation work in a humanitarian/NGO setting
• Experience with developing and delivering knowledge sharing programs
• Experience in establishing effective partnerships within and outside the organization

How to apply:

Qualified candidates may submit their application, including a letter of interest, complete Curriculum Vitae, via email to Kindly indicate the post title in the subject line when applying by email.

Note: All applications must be sent by email to the Human
Resource Manager
Deadline for receiving the applications is: 22nd July, 2011
We do appreciate your interest in working with us. However, only short listed candidates will be contacted. (Female candidates are encouraged to apply)

SNV World Jobs

Duty Stations: Arua, Fort Portal and Mbale

SNV is an international development organisation, created as a foundation in the Netherlands in 1963. We currently work in 32 countries in the world, most of them in Africa. SNV started working in Uganda in 1989. At present we work mainly in West Nile, Central, Rwenzori and North East regions. In partnership with Ugandan partners, UNICEF and the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, SNV is implementing a Community Empowerment Programme with the following objectives:

Increased productivity and incomes at household level

Improved food security: availability and access to quality food

Increased access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene at community and household levels

Improved quality of education at primary level through effective participation of parents in school gardens.

The initial programme focus will be in 750 schools and communities in the districts of Arua, Nebbi, Nwoya, Lira Soroti Bundibugyo, Kyenjojo and Kasese.

We are looking for competent, motivated, result-oriented individuals to fill the available vacancies.

The advisor will work in the SNV team to facilitate the implementation of the program together with all stakeholders.

The advisors will promote sustainable agriculture, using school gardens as an entry point. The advisor will work closely with the SNV WASH team to implement the programme.

Facilitate stakeholder engagements that bring together communities, local governments, economic actors and school administration to develop school gardens and other community empowerment solutions.

Facilitate the design and set up of good agriculture practice demonstration gardens in selected schools.

Facilitate the use of these demonstration sites to build the capacity of communities on innovative agronomy practices for increased household food security Facilitate increased collective marketing by functional farmer economic groups.

Facilitate increased communities' access to quality extension services such as water supply, household sanitation and hygiene improvements, increase of house hold income Contribute to periodic research and data collection initiatives Build the capacity of local service providers to deliver the program objectives
Document interesting results and lessons learnt, including the process followed, identifying key success factors for scaling-up and the support supplied by SNV and UNICEF, and present study and research findings at relevant forums.

A. Education and work experience:
Master’s degree in Economics, Agriculture, Development Studies or equivalent.

Additional qualifications in value chain development or agronomy will be an added advantage.

Practical and demonstrable past experience implementing agriculture interventions at community level.

Practical experience in promoting farmer-friendly extension models such as farm field schools and other methodologies.

Proven knowledge and experience in facilitation of Multi- Stakeholder Platforms; producer group strengthening, good governance; social inclusion, gender;

Excellent teamwork, coaching and communication skills

At least 5 years of working experience preferably of which at least 3 years in a development organization that has been actively involved in livelihoods development.

Knowledge on WASH will be an added advantage Desired Start date: 1 September, 2011

Information for Application:

Qualified female candidates are encouraged to apply.
Please send your application letter and a brief CV (in English) by email to Doreen Kirungi ( ) before 5.00 pm on 25th July, 2011 with an indication of your preferred duty station.

Internship Position at UHMG





The primary responsibility of this position is to provide quality in-house legal services, compliance, and documentation support for UHMG.
Please view the detailed job details, for each role, on our website:
To apply: Send or deliver your CV, copies of certificates and cover letter clearly indicating position applied for on the “top left-hand side of the envelope” to:

The Human Resources & Administration
Manager, Uganda Health Marketing Group
Ltd. (UHMG), Plot 20-21, 27-28, Martyrs
Crescent, Ntinda, or to P. O. Box 4553,
Kampala; or E-mail:
Application deadline: 4:30pm on 19th July 2011. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Uganda Health Marketing Group (UHMG) Jobs- Communication Coordinator

Job Title: Communication Coordinator

Location: Kampala, Uganda

Closing Date: Tuesday, 19 July 2011

Organizational Description:

Uganda Health Marketing Group Ltd. (UHMG) is a Company Limited by Guarantee, whose vision is Vision is "A good life for all Ugandans". We envision a Ugandan society with good life, when products and services in Reproductive Health, HIV, Malaria and Child Health are accessible, affordable and effectively utilized by all those in need. Our Mission is "To improve the quality of life of Ugandans, through the provision of superior and affordable health care solutions." Our Core Values are; Integrity, Transparency, Accountability, Teamwork, Excellence, Flexibility, and Equity.

UHMG is currently expanding and is seeking a dynamic qualified individual to fill the following position as part of its team:


Job Summary:

The primary responsibility of this position is to initiate, develop, and direct implementation of all Special Projects communication interventions, in enhancing knowledge, and favorable attitudes towards the correct use of UHMG's products and services to encourage healthy life styles. The position is also responsible for providing professional public relations services for UHMG.

This position requires a person who has capacity in the areas of marketing and behavior change communication. The person should have the capacity to work under minimum supervision, be proactive, and institute innovative sustainable interventions.

Essential Job Functions:

Implements and helps to develop the Special Projects communication and marketing activities and materials including mass media campaigns, PR activities, community interventions for all products and services in collaboration with the UHMG Head of Communications.
Liaises on a day-to-day basis with outside contractors including advertising agencies, PR firms, consultants, production facilities, printers, etc.
Collaborates with the Head of Communications to develop creative briefs.
Works with advertising agency creative team to ensure their understanding of creative brief and is first contact person for any creative materials that come from them.
Responsible for the Special Projects media plans and associated budgets.
Works with production houses to ensure quality production and timeliness for both print and broadcast materials.
Responsible for the implementation and development of formative research and pretesting for the development of all communication and marketing materials.
Assist in the development of the Special Projects research and evaluation plans to ensure studies inform communication strategy development and program implementation.
Works with Special Projects focal persons for Family Planning, Child Health, Malaria and HIV/AIDS to help develop communication and marketing campaigns.

Minimum Requirements:

Degree in Mass Communication, Commerce (Marketing), Business Administration, or the equivalent in relevant demonstrable experience. Experience in Behavior change Communication is essential. Computer Literacy is essential. At least 3 years experience working in related work in a busy office and multi-cultural setting. Demonstrated handling of BCC interventions and campaigns. Excellent communication, public relations, advocacy, negotiation, interpersonal, analytical and result-oriented skills. Excellent proposal/reporting writing skills. Good judgment, initiative, high sense of responsibility, tact and discretion. Should be flexible, innovative, with good communication, presentation and interpersonal and team work skills. A self-starter, and able to work with minimum supervision. Able to work under pressure with competing deadlines. Able to work with a multi-cultural environment within the organization.

To apply: Send or deliver your CV, copies of certificates and cover letter clearly indicating position applied for on the "top left-hand side of the envelope" to: The Human Resources & Administration Manager, . (UHMG), Plot 20-21, 27-28, Martyrs Crescent, Ntinda, or to P. O. Box 4553, Kampala; or E-mail:

Application deadline: 4:30pm on 19th July 2011. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

International Resources Group (IRG) Jobs

Job Title: Governance, Civil Society, and Conflict Managements position

Closing Date: Saturday, 13 August 2011

International Resources Group (IRG) seeks candidates with significant experience in local government, civil society strengthening, and conflict management for anticipated USAID-funded programs in Uganda. We are looking for expressions of interest from qualified candidates interested in positions in the following focus areas:

Local Governance and Decentralization

Local/Municipal Governance Reform -- Administration and Management
Democratic Decentralization Policy Implementation
Service Delivery on agriculture extension, community health, education, natural resource management
Local/Municipal Government Financial Management/Budget Process
Fiscal Decentralization
Local Taxation/User Fees
Land Use Planning/Management
Public Expenditure Tracking Systems Civil Society, Community Development, and Media
Organizational Development
Civic Education
CSO Board Development
Civil Society Law
Community Media
New Media
Community-Driven Development (CDD)
Local Government Budget Monitoring Conflict Management
Conflict Management and Peace-building
Water Resources, Veterinary and Livelihood Strategies for Pastoral Communities
Land Rights and Alternative Dispute Resolution
Climate Change and Conflict Mitigation Qualifications:
Experience working on local government, civil society strengthening, and conflict management programs
Experience working on donor-funded development programs (USAID experience preferred)
Relevant and recent experience in Uganda and/or region (Horn and East Africa)
Experience in conflict/post-conflict environments
Bachelor's degree required, Master's degree preferred (in relevant field)
Team player, willing to work closely with and under the direction of USAID
Strong interpersonal and intercultural communication skills
Fluency in English required; knowledge of local languages highly desirable

How to apply: Please send a current resume and a cover letter highlighting relevant experience and indicating availability to Place "Uganda-Various Positions" in the subject line. IRG is an international professional services firm that helps governments, the private sector, communities, and households manage critical resources to build a cleaner, safer, and more prosperous world. Since its inception in 1978, IRG has completed over 850 contracts in 140 countries, delivering high-quality, cost-effective services that promote positive economic growth, institutional and social change, and intelligent use of resources-human, physical, environmental, and financial. Please visit our website,, to learn more.

IRG is an EOE- M/F/D/V

Grants and Partnerships Manager Job Vacancy

Job Title: Grants and Partnerships Manager

Org: International Rescue Committee (IRC)

Closing Date: Tuesday, 13 September 2011

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world's worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. Founded in 1933 at the request of Albert Einstein, the IRC offers lifesaving care and life-changing assistance to refugees forced to flee from war or disaster. At work today in over 40 countries and 22 U.S. cities, we restore safety, dignity and hope to millions who are uprooted and struggling to endure. The IRC leads the way from harm to home.

The IRC began working in Uganda in 1998 in response to the devastation wrought by rebel group the Lord's Resistance Army in the north of the country. Today, the IRC is helping tens of thousands of people displaced by violence to return home and rebuild their communities, following a cease-fire agreement in 2006. At the same time, in Karamoja—one of the poorest and least developed areas in Uganda—the IRC works with communities affected by violence to promote peace and improve access to services. The IRC in Uganda recently began implementing a new five-year strategic plan that focuses on meeting the unique needs of adolescent girls, strengthening partnerships with the government, civil society and the private sector, promoting accountability and increasing the use of evidence-based approaches. In FY2010, the IRC had an annual program value of $7.7M and employed approximately 180 staff in six locations.
Grant Responsibilities

In collaboration with the sector coordinators, conceptualize new projects and develop winning funding proposals
Stay abreast of best practices and emerging learning in the four themes of the IRC's new strategic plan
Ensure that grants are implemented in compliance with the IRC and relevant donor regulations, including maintenance of updated grant files and organization and follow up of regular grant meetings
Organize regular budget management meetings with sector coordinators to ensure strong financial management
Develop a communication and visibility strategy and support preparation of materials for internal use within the IRC

Partnership Responsibilities
Ensure that partnerships with the government, civil society and private sector actors reflect the IRC's strategic objectives and the local context
Ensure that partnership and sub-grant related administrative processes and procedures are standardized and consistently implemented throughout the program, including pre-award compliance checks, agreements, disbursements, reporting and partner capacity-building
Support program staff in assessing partnership opportunities and ensuring that partners receive appropriate capacity-building support in relation to their needs.

Masters in international affairs or related subject
At least 3 years of international experience; experience in Africa would be an advantage
Previous successful experience developing projects and writing proposals for public donors
Excellent research and English writing skills
Strong design and computer skills would be an advantage

Specific Security and Housing Situation:

The security situation in Kampala and northern Uganda is calm with non-violent petty street crime being the most significant threat. In Karamoja there are isolated security threats related to inter-clan conflicts and banditry. The IRC will provide the Grants and Partnership manager with shared housing, which is located a walking distance from the IRC's office. This is a two year unaccompanied posting.

Please apply online: or

Uganda Health Marketing Group (UHMG) Jobs

Job Title: Director Community linkages and Demand Generation

Location: Mbarara, Uganda

Closing Date: Tuesday, 19 July 2011



Organizational Description:

Uganda Health Marketing Group Ltd. (UHMG) is a Company Limited by Guarantee, whose vision is Vision is "A good life for all Ugandans". We envision a Ugandan society with good life, when products and services in Reproductive Health, HIV, Malaria and Child Health are accessible, affordable and effectively utilized by all those in need. Our Mission is "To improve the quality of life of Ugandans, through the provision of superior and affordable health care solutions." Our Core Values are; Integrity, Transparency, Accountability, Teamwork, Excellence, Flexibility, and Equity.

UHMG is currently expanding and is seeking a dynamic qualified individual to fill the following position as part of its team:


Job Summary:

The primary responsibility of this position is to support the STAR-SW Project by ensuring that critical services for HIV/AIDS and TB prevention, care and treatment are interconnected through strong referral networks and linkages as well as overseeing the demand generation processes for HIV/AIDS and TB in the thirteen (13) project districts of Kisoro, Kabale, Rukungiri, Kiruhura, Ibanda, Kanungu, Bushenyi, Rubirizi, Mitooma, Buhweju, Sheema, Isingiro and Ntungamo. The position is responsible for providing professional programmatic services for UHMG.

The position holder will be the principal representative of UHMG on the STAR-SW project. The Director CL&DG will be expected to ensure that all interests, obligations, and deliverables of UHMG are met at the highest standards possible. He/she will uphold the high image and values of the organization within the consortium, with outstanding professionalism, social conduct, and personal presentation.

Essential Job Functions:

Lead in the establishment of a referral network model that facilitates linkages between different service delivery points to create an orchestra of interlinked health care service delivery in the nine (9) targeted project districts.
Ensure that available HIV and TB services in the thirteen (13) project districts are mapped to support networking and referral for the prospective users.
Guide the development of a communication campaign focused on demand creation for HIV/AIDS and TB services in the targeted project districts.
Supervise the staff in the directorate of community linkages and demand creation for effective and efficient implementation of the planned activities.
Lead in the development of the directorate annual, quarterly work-plans that are focused on community linkages and demand creation.
Responsible for the development of timely directorate reports in support to the projects reporting requirements.
Ensure documentation of best practices that relates to community linkages, networking and demand creation under the project.
Provide periodic updates to the Technical Director of the STAR-SW Project and the Managing Director of UHMG on the progress of the overall directorate activities.
Responsible for creating synergies between the directorate of community linkages and demand creation with other directorates under the project.
Work as the contact person between UHMG and the STAR-SW project.
Responsible for planning, budgeting and ensuring proper accountability (programmatically and financial) in regard to activities relating to community linkages and demand generation.
Working closely with other project directors to support processes aimed at sustainability by enhancing ownership of the project by the district leadership.

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelors Degree in Social Sciences or health related discipline. Masters Degree in Project Management, Business Management and Planning. At least 5 years experience working in public health communication. Experience in working with community health-intervention programs. Experience in working on community-health referral models. Evidence on having established and managed an effective referral network. Experience in working on Behavior change communication programs. Experience in working with the private sector and NGOs is an added advantage. Training experience and partnership building with HIV/AIDS/T.B service providers Familiarity with PEPFAR and USAID reporting requirements. Computer literacy with knowledge of MS Excel, Word, Power Point, and Outlook. Should be a person of integrity, energetic, dynamic team player, and portray innovation. Should have an eye for detail, and possess analytical skills (check value for money). Should have excellent record keeping, and report compilation skills. A self-starter, and able to work with minimum supervision. Able to work under pressure with competing deadlines. Should be flexible, innovative, with report writing, communication, presentation, interpersonal, and team work skills, as well as networking, facilitation, strategic thinking. Able to work with a multi-cultural team within the organization.

To apply: Send or deliver your CV, copies of certificates and cover letter clearly indicating position applied for on the "top left-hand side of the envelope" to: The Human Resources & Administration Manager, Uganda Health Marketing Group Ltd. (UHMG), Plot 20-21, 27-28, Martyrs Crescent, Ntinda, or to P. O. Box 4553, Kampala; or E-mail:

Application deadline: 4:30pm on 19th July 2011. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Deputy National Director Job at World Vision In Uganda

Position Title:Deputy National Director - UgandaApplication Deadline Date:31 Jul 2011
Position Location:KampalaPosition Start Date:01 Oct 2011
Region:Africa\East AfricaPosition End Date:30 Sep 2014
Requisition Category:InternationalRecruitment Priority:Need Within 2 Months
Country Name:UgandaProgram/Office Name:WV Uganda
City/Province:KampalaEmployee Type:Contract
Job Grade Level:19 IIPPRecruitment Status:Advertising in Progress
Is this a family post?Family - Spouse with Children
Requisition Num:2011AFEMKAA-8JBE4A

To provide executive leadership and coordination of the organizational strategic planning process while leading in the assurance of programmatic quality, excellence in execution, business development, and support services functions of the organization in order to manage risk and compliance while attracting and securing funding to maintain continuity for the organization.


Leadership / Management
Lead the strategy development process for the office with clear, measurable short-term and long-term targets;
Ensure that Ministry strategies are aligned with Regional, Partnership strategic priorities and the country specific strategic guidelines / priorities;
Coordinate the quality assurance meetings for the Senior Management Team and the Expanded Management Team and ensure agreed action plans are implemented.
Provide leadership, coordination and evaluation of the organization’s strategic initiatives and special projects – particularly those requiring cross-functional teams whose participants are members of the Senior Management Team.
Provide oversight and ensure that strategic leadership of the Programs Development, Quality Assurance and Support Services functions of the organization.
Model a high standard of personal Christian leadership, ministry and integrity though lifestyle and work relationships, and provide spiritual guidance to staff on the Vision, Mission and WV Core Values, including countries with restricted religious context; Ensure that office leadership is capable to work in interfaith contexts and is familiar with World Vision’s commitments;
Respect, value and promote gender, age, religious and ethnic diversity;
Ensure excellent standards in the management of the human, financial, capital and technical resources of the organization, which includes inspiring and maintaining high standards of work and clear accountability to stakeholders;
Engages direction with projects to providing encouragement and support to WV programs.
Ensure that initiatives directed to build capacity required to implement local fundraising are included in the office capacity building plan.

Program Development and Grants
Ensure that there is effective leadership, strategic direction and support to the Program and Resource Development team resulting in the successful proposal development process and acquisition of funds.
Ensure that the unit has a national resource development strategy and implementation plan to generate funds locally (i.e. on multilateral, bilateral, foundations and corporations that may have a "local" presence, but are "international" organizations) for identifying new opportunities and are forging alliances that lead to optimization of all resources;
Work with integrated programmes division to implement long- and short-term programs that create new opportunities for acquisition, retention and transformation of diverse set of donors; Influence donors using creative approaches to motivate them to get involved in support of /office/ Ministry;

Quality Assurance
Provide leadership to ensure contextual programmatic and organizational standards are established and measured
To ensure the organization has an established technical excellence and quality assurance function orientated around World Vision’s three track ministry while ensuring there is effective coordination of timely and appropriate technical assistance in accordance with established standards and norms for program quality and impact.

Support Services
Ensure that the support services function has strategic leadership optimizing effective implementation of ICT, procurement, fleet management, administration while mitigating operational risks and increasing overall security by establishing systems and mechanisms to ensure ministry effectiveness.
Ensure procurement and logistics transactions are carried out in accordance with WVI financial guidelines, policies and procedures.
Advocacy and Representation
Support the ND in the engagement and building of strategic alliances with the government of the country, major donor agencies, WV Partnership, non-governmental agencies, churches and media;
Oversee the development and implementation of appropriate advocacy strategies to raise awareness of and advocate for change in- key issues within the specific context;
Lead and facilitate strategies for the promotion of justice that look for the change of unfair structures that oppress those in need; Ensure WV is positioned as a leading NGO in promoting the well-being and rights of children within the country context to deserve public and stakeholders’ confidence and trust;
Strengthen awareness of World Vision’s program both within and outside of the WV Partnership;
Promote WV’s brand internally and externally

Other duties as assigned
Deputize for the ND in his/her absence
Work collaboratively with the ND regarding the engagement and integration of the local MFI (if applicable)
Work collaboratively with other Deputy NDs and regional staff from time to time.
Participate in regional and partnership initiative as required
Attend and participate in the Senior Leadership Team meetings.
Attend, participate or lead in morning devotions and weekly chapel services
Perform other duties as assigned.


Master’s degree in development related fields or related field of study
8-10 years at management/leadership level, out of which at least three (3) years in senior position with demonstrated understanding of the workings of the WV Partnership

PhD degree desirable in a field relevant to WV’s ministry in Uganda

To apply

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