The Government of Uganda has received credit from the World Bank to finance the Second Private Sector Competitiveness Project (PSCPII). The project aims at improving the competitiveness of Uganda and has three reinforcing components implemented by various institutions being coordinated by a Project Coordination Unit (PCU) that is located at the Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU).
The project seeks to engage Data entry clerks to support the on-going initiatives to improve business registration services at the Uganda Registrations Service Bureau (URSB)
The Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB) is an autonomous agency of the Government of Uganda (GoU) established to facilitate private sector development. The Government has undertaken economic reforms and made the private sector the leader in economic development. URSB is one of the public institutions that were identified as a key stakeholder in competitiveness of the economy through registration of business enterprises, intellectual property rights, liquidation of companies and vital civil events registration.
The overall objective of the bureau is to facilitate private sector development by making the economy more competitive through: Automation of registration services, computerized records management, reduction of time and cost taken to register a business, decentralization of services to regions and enhancement of access of services by the public as well as provision of quality customer care.
Job Title: Data Entryr Clek Number required: 10 positions
Task: Data clerks will be involved in file conversion that entails the following:
Re-filing – organizing and preparing files for processing
Re-ordering – organizing instruments prior to collation with associated company file/ business name record.
Data Entry – capturing data from files and forms into the database.
Verification – checking for errors added during data entry into the database.
Quality Assurance – checking overall accuracy of the data captured
Perform other assignments as deemed necessary for achieving the strategic objectives of the records rehabilitation and modernization of the Records Automation.
Report to the Systems Administrator about the progress and problems associated with the system and automation process.
Qualifications and Experience:
Either Diploma in Business computing/information technology/computer science or secretarial studies with minimum typing speed of at least 30wpm.
Or University graduate in any discipline with a certificate in computer applications with 5 years experience in data capture from a busy institution and typing speed of at least 50wpm can also apply.
Eligible candidates may hand deliver their applications with curriculum vitae, copies of certificates, testimonials and three referees addressed to:
The Project Manager, PSCPII,
Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU),
Plot 43 Nakasero Road,
P. O.B ox 7683, KAMPALA.
Closing date for receiving Applications: Tuesday, 26th July, 2011 - 5:00pm.
Application closing date 26th July,2011
Evaluation Process 5th August,2011
Notification of Best evaluated candidates 12th August,2011
Contract Award 20th August,2011