Program Officer Jobs at HEPS Uganda

Job Title: Program Officer - Research and Monitoring Health and Human rights

PROGRAMME: Health Policy Advocacy (HPA)

SUPERVISOR: Program Manager Health Policy Advocacy
JOB PURPOSE: Guide HEPS Uganda health and health related policy analysis for pro people provisions and research, policy monitoring at all levels (global, regional, national, local) and recommend, design and implement appropriate advocacy interventions

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

Guide HEPS Uganda health and health related policy analysis and research, policy monitoring at all levels (global, regional, national, local)
Design and implement appropriate pro health and pro people advocacy interventions
Research and provide accurate and timely updates on global, regional and national policy and legal issues on health/human rights and trade
Identify, advise and design advocacy interventions on contentious clauses in global, national , regional health and health related policies, laws and other relevant instruments that affect people’s right to health
Develop training materials on health and human rights and use this to support capacity building within HEPS and HEPS targeted partners
Support HEPS redress mechanisms for health rights violations in collaboration with relevant staff and stakeholders at different levels of decision making
Provide legal guidance to the HEPS advocacy campaigns and programs
Support coalition members in rights-based advocacy
On behalf of HEPS attend and report on meetings with various stakeholders in regard to health and human rights
Act as a representative of HEPS and the coalition in meetings with government representatives and be responsible for explaining the technical aspects of health and human rights concerning priority policies identified by HEPS annually or as they arise.
Provide legal advice to HEPS programs/projects and other legal issues that may arise in the course of implementing HEPS activities
Any other related activities.

DELIVERABLES:

Reports on Health and trade policy issues in relation to Uganda, EAC and other LDCs
Pro people health advocacy carried out
Training manuals, materials on rights based approach (RBA) to health
Capacity building for HEPS staff and partners on RBA to health
Guidance and follow up on redress of health rights violations in HEPS target districts
Legal guidance to HEPS Uganda
Networking with partners and stakeholders
Monitoring of performance of health and human rights institutions
Representation of HEPS policy views to relevant stakeholders

JOB SPECIFICATIONS:
a) Education: University degree in law. Advanced degree an asset.
b) Knowledge and Skills:Advocacy and networking, research and analysis skills, writing; sound understanding of global, regional and national human rights and health issues
c) Experience: At least three years relevant professional experience which should include, experience in human rights and health systems, health and trade and social justice issues.
d) Behavioral Competencies: Strategic thinker who recognizes and identifies the role of effective communications within and outside an organization; self-driven and motivated individual with a strong sense of initiative to work independently with minimum supervision; team player who contributes to overall programme success; excellent written communication skills. Interested in social justice issues.


How To Apply;

Interested candidates please follow the link www.heps.or.ug/jobs-opportunities for the APPLICATION FORM. Please, also submit your applications to the same link.

All applications must be submitted electronically by close of business Monday 16th January 2012. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted by 20th January 2012.


NB. No hand delivered applications will be accepted. HEPS Uganda is an equal opportunity employer

Deadline: 16th January 2012

HEPS Uganda Jobs Vacancies

Job Title: Programme Assistant, Community Empowerment

PROGRAM: Community Empowerment

DUTY STATION: Mbarara District

SUPERVISOR: Programme Manager, Community Empowerment

JOB PURPOSE: Responsible for carrying out the Community Empowerment Activities of HEPS Uganda. This includes but is not limited to the following: mobilizing, preparing and carrying out empowerment trainings and assist in improving and maintenance of required materials and follow up of community actions, writing and dissemination of programme/project outcomes, maintaining key contacts with HEPS stakeholders in the target areas.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

Contribute to development and improvement of IEC materials for the programme
Responsible for implementation of community empowerment trainings and follow-ups.
Carry out monitoring activities of planned projects in area of operation
Implementation of HEPS strategies for observance of health rights and redress.
Inform relevant stakeholders in target area about results
Contribute to publicity for community empowerment activities and outcomes in area of operation
Constant communication with all HEPS health networks and stakeholders
Contribute to production of monthly, quarterly and annual work-plans and reports
Contribute to other HEPS programs, projects and working groups
Responsible for functionality of HEPS regional/district office where applicable

Specific tasks

Assist in evaluating, improving and maintenance of the materials and the script after each CE training
Assist in physical and digital filling of all the used materials in each training
Assist in preparing letters, phone calls and e-mails to inform and mobilize the audience and the place before CE training
Assist in preparing materials for the training
Assist in writing and dissemination of the report after the training
Assist in writing an evaluation report after the training
Assist in preparation and dissemination of appreciating letters, phone calls and emails
Assist in collecting articles about the CE training for the media
Assist in delivering accurate and updated content about outreach programmes for the health network (community leaders, schoolteachers and opinion leaders etc) and for the website of HEPS-Uganda
Write articles for the quarterly newsletter and the weekly news brief
Assist in delivering content on statistics and monitoring reports for donors
Assist in preparing analytical reports about health trends in communities where HEPS is operating
Contribute to the HEPS activities and its programs, projects and working groups
Contribute to fundraising and proposals writing
Any other duties as assigned by the Programme Manager - CE or the Executive Director or any other assigned officer of HEPS Uganda

DELIVERABLES:
1. HEPS Community Empowerment methodologies/approaches implemented and results reported
2. Articles/content for Community Empowerment publications/reports written
3. Successful implementation of HEPS Community Empowerment projects.
4. Communities mobilized and empowered and their contacts maintained
5. HEPS networks and stakeholders in target area constantly updated on community health rights issues
6. Community health rights issues brought to the attention of policy makers and get redress
7. Functioning HEPS regional/district offices

JOB SPECIFICATIONS:
a) Education: A diploma or university degree in relevant study like development studies, social science, social work & social administration, public management & mass communication, education, community psychology ,or any other relevant field.
b) Knowledge and Skills: Training skills, Facilitation skills, Computer skills, Communication skills, Project management skills, Interpersonal skills, Team work, Writing skills, Participatory methodology approach
c) Experience: At least 2 years in community mobilization preferably with a health and/or human rights not-for-profit organization.

d) Behavioral Competencies: Interested in community empowerment, human rights and social justice. Pro-active: capacity to work in a self-driven manner, Co-operative: collaborate with others in a team setting

e) Languages: Fluent in English, Runyakitara

How To Apply;

Interested candidates please follow the link www.heps.or.ug/jobs-opportunities for the APPLICATION FORM. Please, also submit your applications to the same link.

All applications must be submitted electronically by close of business Monday 16th January 2012. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted by 20th January 2012.


NB. No hand delivered applications will be accepted. HEPS Uganda is an equal opportunity employer

Deadline: 16th January 2012

Jobs at HEPS Uganda

Job Title: Programme Manager Community Empowerment

PROGRAM: Community Empowerment

SUPERVISOR: Executive Director

JOB PURPOSE: The Programme Manager Community Empowerment will be responsible for the implementation of the Community Empowerment Strategic Programme of HEPS Uganda. This includes but is not limited to programme development and growth, building health networks in all target regions and districts which include local councils, CBO’s, schools, churches and local media that frequently informs communities on health issues. Responsible for preparing and carrying out outreach trainings and develop, evaluate and maintenance required materials. Responsible for developing/adopting appropriate community empowerment methodologies.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

Responsible for strategic direction and development of HEPS Uganda Community Empowerment Program.
Develop and ensure implementation of appropriate projects in HEPS target areas.
Responsible for developing or adopting appropriate community empowerment methodologies
Create annual programme plan with key activities and projects for the Community Empowerment programme
Responsible for maintaining relevant contacts at national and district level.
Supervision of staff under the Community Empowerment programme
Ensure monitoring and evaluation of all community empowerment activities
Responsible for fundraising for the Community Empowerment Programme
Contribute to other HEPS activities and its programs, projects and working groups
Ensure development and improvement of IEC materials for the programme
Ensure implementation of HEPS strategies of observance of health rights and redress.
Ensure implementation of community empowerment trainings and follow-ups.
Inform relevant stakeholders about results
Ensure publicity for all community empowerment activities and outcomes
Ensure constant communication with all HEPS health networks and stakeholders
Ensure production of monthly, quarterly and annual work-plans and reports
Any other duties as assigned by the Executive Director

DELIVERABLES:
1. Improved HEPS Community Empowerment methodologies
2. Community Empowerment staff supervised

3. Community Empowerment publications/reports
4. Successful implementation of HEPS Community Empowerment projects.
5. Growth and expansion of the community empowerment programme.
6. Informed HEPS networks and stakeholders
7. Increased resources of Community Empowerment programme.
8. Community health rights issues brought to the attention of policy makers.

JOB SPECIFICATIONS:
a) Education: A good university degree in relevant study like development studies, social science, social work & social administration, public management & mass communication, education, community psychology ,or any other relevant field. Post graduate training and added advantage.
b) Knowledge and Skills: Commercial skills (fundraising, speak in public), Computer skills, Communication skills, Project management skills, Training skills, Interpersonal skills, Team work, mentoring skills, Participatory methodology approach
c) Experience: At least three years in project management preferably with a human rights not-for-profit organization.
d) Behavioural Competencies: Strategic thinker who recognizes the role of community empowerment in development. Pro-active: capacity to work in a self-driven manner, Co-operative: collaborate with others in a team setting


How To Apply;

Interested candidates please follow the link www.heps.or.ug/jobs-opportunities for the APPLICATION FORM. Please, also submit your applications to the same link.

All applications must be submitted electronically by close of business Monday 16th January 2012. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted by 20th January 2012.


NB. No hand delivered applications will be accepted. HEPS Uganda is an equal opportunity employer

Deadline: 16th January 2012

Driver Jobs at Population Secretariat in Uganda

Job Title: DRIVER

Reports To: HEAD FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION.

Key responsibilities.

* To drive POPSEC’s vehicle on official business.
* To ensure timely servicing and maintenance of POPSEC’s vehicle;
* To clean POPSEC’s official vehicle;
* To ensure security of POPSEC’s vehicle To perform other related duties as and when directed by competent authority.

Requirement:

Education:

* ‘O’ Level Certificate with a valid driving permit.

Skills:

* Driving skills

Work Experience:

* Two years driving experience in a reputable organisation.



How to apply:
Population Secretariat is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified men and women are encouraged to apply: Closing date is 30th Jan 2012. Application letters including up to date CVs and photocopies of certificates stating three referees should be addressed to:
The Ag. Director,
Population Secretariat,
Ministry of Finance Planning and Economic Development,
Statistics House (2nd Floor) Plot 9 Colville street P.O.Box 2666 Kampala.

Attn. Head Finance and Administration.

Deadline: 30th December 2012

Population Secretariat Jobs in Uganda

Job Title: PROCUREMENT ASSISTANT.

Reports To: HEAD FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION,

Purpose: To assist the functioning of the Procure­ment and Disposal Unit (PDU) of Population Secretariat

Responsibilities:

* To assist the procurement officer in compiling all procurement acquisitions and preparation of the procurement plans;
* To assist user departments in developing of Specifications in Terms of References for procurement needs; assist in the drafting of solicitation documents and contract documents
* Maintain a register of approved bidding documents, bids received and arrange for bid opening meetings;
* To participate in evaluation of bids; To ensure that all notices are publicized appropriately;
* To represent the Secretariat at meetings and conferences on reproductive health
* Participate in preparation and timely submission of procurement reports to PPDA;
* Manage the PDU archive of records by ensuring proper referencing and putting all relevant documents on all procurement action files;
* Maintain a link with user departments to ensure that contract management reports are in place and maintain copies of all contract management documents;
* Carry out any other duties as may be assigned.

Requirement:

Education:

* Degree in Procurement.

Skills:

* Negotiation Skills, Communication skills, Computer literacy.

Work Experience:

* At least a years’ post-qualification experience in procurement in a busy entity.

Not above 30years of age


How to apply:
Population Secretariat is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified men and women are encouraged to apply: Closing date is 30th Jan 2012. Application letters including up to date CVs and photocopies of certificates stating three referees should be addressed to:
The Ag. Director,
Population Secretariat,
Ministry of Finance Planning and Economic Development,
Statistics House (2nd Floor) Plot 9 Colville street P.O.Box 2666 Kampala.

Attn. Head Finance and Administration.

Deadline: 30th January 2012

Jobs at Population Secretariat in Uganda

Job Title: INTERNAL AUDITOR

Department: FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION

Reports to: DIRECTOR POPSEC

Role: To ensure adherence to financial rules and procedures in the management of POPSEC’s financial and other resources.

Key responsibilities:

* To scrutinize payment vouchers and ensure conformity to financial rules and regulations;
* To advise on, planning and installing budgetary accounts controls and other policies and systems for smooth management of POPSEC’s financial and other resources;
* To conduct financial investigations into such matters as suspected fraud or improper claims and payouts;
* To carry out routine auditing of books of accounts and related records to ensure regular conformity to accountability requirements for advances made;
* To act as prompter in matters of effecting bank reconciliations and preparation of of accountability returns to facilitate prompt replenishment of Cash Imp rests and other periodic financial releases;
* Assessing and identifying risks and taking measures to mitigate them.
* To perform related work as and when directed by competent authority.

Requirement:

Education:

* A University Degree in commerce/accounting/ Business Administration Professional qualifications such as ACCA/CPA will be an added advantage.

Skills:

* Financial-Auditing Skills, Accounting skills, Computer applications skills;

Experience:

* 2 Years’ post qualification experience in the auditing field.

Not above 35 years of age

How to apply:

Population Secretariat is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified men and women are encouraged to apply: Closing date is 30th Jan 2012. Application letters including up to date CVs and photocopies of certificates stating three referees should be addressed to:

The Ag. Director,
Population Secretariat,
Ministry of Finance Planning and Economic Development,
Statistics House (2nd Floor) Plot 9 Colville street P.O.Box 2666 Kampala.

Attn. Head Finance and Administration.


Deadline: 30th Jan 2012

Driver Jobs at AMICAALL Uganda Programme

Job Title: Driver

Role definition:

Carry-out operational and preventive maintenance of AMICAALL vehicles for administrative and operational functions to facilitate delivery of services to AMICAALL beneficiaries.
Requirement:

Specifications:

The successful candidate should have minimum

1. An 0 Level certificate with valid driving permit
2. Three years driving experience in a reputable organisation
3. Basic administrative and transport management course
4. Good inter personal skills, oral and written communication skills
5. 25 – 40 years of age
6. Experience in the local language is an added advantage.


How to apply:
Interested Candidates should send a cover letter specifying their interest and qualifications for the position they are applying for and their CV to the email address. addressed to: the Country director


AMICAALL Uganda Programme Ntinda – Ministers Village Plot 5, Matyrs road P.O Box 26323, Kampala – Uganda 4-256 414 341340, Email: amicaall@utlonline.co.uff,

okelloj@amicaalluganda.org

Deadline: 22nd January 2012

Finance Assistant Jobs at AMICAALL Uganda Programme

Job Title: Finance Assistant


About this Job:

Finance Assistant

Will work on a one year renewable contract over the three years project life time.

Key roles

* Will be supervised by the FM Prepare all payment vouchers and prepare cheques for all the grants accounts and update the cash books on a daily basis. He/She should ensure that all the necessary attachments are in place before payments are made.
* Responsible for all the filling in the finance department.
* Prepare monthly bank reconciliation for all accounts for approval by the Finance & Administration Manager (FAM)
* Assist the FAM with the compilation and analysis of financial information/statements prepared monthly, quarterly and annually.
* Review petty cash payments and process reimbursements
* Ensure financial records are maintained in compliance with accepted policies and procedures
* Preparation of payroll and ensure that all statutory payments (NSSF and PAYE) are paid in time
* Assist FAM to ensure ail financial reporting deadlines are met
* Assist FAM to prepare financial management reports
* ensure accurate and timely monthly, quarterly and year end close
* establish and monitor the implementation and maintenance of accounting control procedures Any other duties assigned by the FAM

Requirement:

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

* Minimum of B.Com, BBA degree, or equivalent experience with accounting concentration.
* Fully or Partly Qualified Accountant Knowledge of Quick books Accounting package



How to apply:
Interested candidates should send a cover letter specifying their interst and qualifications for the position they are applying for and a cv to the address below addressed to the country Director,


AMICAALL Uganda Programme Ntinda – Ministers Village Plot 5, Matyrs road P.O Box 26323, Kampala – Uganda 4-256 414 341340, Email: amicaall@utlonline.co.uff,

okelloj@amicaalluganda.org

Deadline:22nd January 2012

Jobs at AMICAALL Uganda Programme- M&E Assistant

Job Title: M&E Assistant

Will work on a one year renewable contract over the three years project life time.

* Will work under direct supervision of project coordinator supported by M&E Responsible for monitoring and evaluation of the Organization’s program and projects, including managing strategic information Develop, Assist in and regularly update organization’s M&E tools/guideline, M&E plan, database and data reporting system and assure alignment with the organ’s strategic plan, the National strategic plan and National M&E framework
* Monitor and periodically review the implementation of Organization’s strategic plan towards desired outcomes inline with the set targets and indicators
* Ensure effective and efficient program/projects design, implementation and monitoring
* Ensure collection, collation, compilation, review and analysis of relevant data of the organization’s program/project s to guide planning and reporting
* Assist the Organization’s staff to develop indicators and realistic targets to measure outcomes and impact of project interventions
* Provide support to the development of annual and quarterly work-plans and ensure that realistic targets are set and appropriate indicators are in place to facilitate monitoring of plans
* Work with the Data clerks and M&E Officer to ensure timely data entry, production of monthly, quarterly and annual reports.
* As part of the M&E process help to capture good practices and document lessons learned on annual basis for dissemination locally and internationally.



Qualifications:

* Bachelors with 3 years of experience in one of the following or related fields: Statistics, Social Sciences, Experience working with donor- funded projects in M&E desirable.
* Excellent problem-solving skills: ability to analyze data; conceptualize, perform, and apply mathematical skills.
* Excellent organizational, verbal, and written communication skills.
* Ability to work independently, efficiently, and to assess priorities with a high level of accuracy.
* Demonstrated ability to work within a results- oriented team.
* Excellent oral/written communication skills in English.
* Computer skills including Excel and relevant statistical packages (SPSS).
* Working with Local Government is an added advantage.


How to apply:
Interested candidates should send a cover letter specifying their interst and qualifications for the position they are applying for and a cv to the address below addressed to the country Director,


AMICAALL Uganda Programme Ntinda – Ministers Village Plot 5, Matyrs road P.O Box 26323, Kampala – Uganda 4-256 414 341340, Email: amicaall@utlonline.co.uff,

okelloj@amicaalluganda.org

Deadline:22nd January 2012

AMICAALL Uganda Programme Jobs

Job Title: Project Assistant
Job Summary

The Project Assistant will work under the supervision of the Project Officer and she/he will provide daily administrative support to the project and other AMICAALL related Programmes.

Specific Tasks and Responsibilities:

* Provide daily administrative support to Project and other AMICAALL Uganda related Programmes
* Assist in developing project work plans, budgets and progress reports
* Assist in organizing workshops and meetings related to project activities
* Proactively participate in support and supervision visits to partner CSOs and targeted local governments and provide information on the progress in the implementation of the project.
* Assist in preparation of relevant documentation, programmatic and accountability reports for submission to Civil Society Fund In a participatory way, mobilize the targeted communities and groups to participate fully in project activities
* Assist the M&E Officer in data collection, compilation and analysis In collaboration with the Administrative Secretary ensure accurate and proper keeping of project records and documents
* Any other task related to project assigned by the Project Coordinator.

Requirement:

Qualification and. experience:

* A Degree in Development Studies, Adult Education, Social Sciences or any other related discipline from a recognized University.
* At least 3 years experience, working with a national level NGO involved in HIV/ AIDS work.
* Previous experience working with local governments will be an added advantage

Required Skills and competencies:

* Community mobilization skills.
* Excellent verbal and written communication and analytical skills.
* Good report writing skills.
* Good interpersonal skills and ability to work harmoniously with local communities.
* Team work-oriented and capable of managing multiple tasks.
* Ability to accomplish tasks under tight deadlines, quickly and efficiently.


How to apply:
Interested candidates should send a cover letter specifying their interst and qualifications for the position they are applying for and a cv to the address below addressed to the country Director,

AMICAALL Uganda Programme Ntinda – Ministers Village Plot 5, Matyrs road P.O Box 26323, Kampala – Uganda 4-256 414 341340, Email: amicaall@utlonline.co.uff,

okelloj@amicaalluganda.org

Deadline:22nd January 2012

Jobs at AMICAALL Uganda Programme

Job Title: Programme Coordinator

AMICAALL Uganda Chapter is part of the Global Alliance of Mayors and Municipal Leaders on HIV/ AIDS in Africa formed under the auspices of UNAIDS and UNDP. The overall goal of the Alliance is to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS and to mitigate the social and economic impact of the epidemic on urban and peri-urban communities in Africa.

AMICAALL Uganda Chapter was launched in November 2001 and subsequently, AMICAALL Uganda National plan of action was developed. AMICAALL Secretariat was established in Kampala to provide technical support, management and overall coordination of the Alliance Programme in the country. The Coordination Office also serves as the Secretariat to Alliance Executive Council and AMICAALL Technical and Advisory Committee.

AMICAALL Uganda Programme with the support of Irish Aid is going to begin implementation of a three (3) year Project “Strengthening Local Government Sector HIV Response in Karamoja”.

AMICAALL is therefore inviting applications from interested candidates for the under listed posts based in Karamoja

Programme Coordinator

Will work on a one year renewable contract over the three years project life time.

Key roles

* Lead the implementation of project activities Provides administrative support to AMICAALL Uganda Programme
* Ensure that periodic programmatic reports are compiled and submitted in a timely manner Assist in drafting technical papers including, project proposals, Terms of Reference, guidelines, concepts, manuals, reports, studies, etc
* Liaise with donors, development partners and other key stakeholders to identify opportunities for coordination and collaboration and pro- actively seek out new funding opportunities
* Review incoming proposals from Alliance member urban authorities for development criteria and donor compliance, programmatic and narrative quality and identify sources of funding
* Organize ana attend regularly scheduled Alliance Executive Council and AMICAALL Technical and Advisory Committee meetings.
* Liaise with Town Clerks and AMICAALL local coordinators, to receive, consider – and act upon the requests, needs or” reports of the implementing urban councils.
* Provide technical guidance on implementation of various projects implemented under AMICAALL Uganda Programme
* Participate and represent AMICAALL in HIV/ AIDS related conferences, meetings and Seminars.
* Assist in mobilization of AMICAALL annual subscription from Alliance members
* Any other task related to AMICAALL as assigned by the National Coordinator.

Requirement:

Qualifications:

* A University degree in related field from a recognized University and at least 3 years of experience in program design and implementation.
* Postgraduate qualifications in relevant field will be an added advantage.
* The candidate must have successful program development experience and proven ability in program identification and planning.

Requirements /Experience:

* Experience working with Public Sector/National NGO involved in HIV/AIDS work and familiarity with donor-funded projects Strong experience and understanding of HIV/ AIDS care and support, and programmes that are designed to expand mitigation
* Experience in design, administration, management and implementation of projects is highly desirable
* Demonstrated ability in strategic planning and project management
* Excellent oral and written communication skills, analytical skills and highly skilled discretion
* Ability to plan, organize and implement multiple tasks, and problem-solve.
* Contribute to the development of organizational procedures, policies and systems of AMICAALL Strong interpersonal skills.
* Work with all levels of management.
* Team-oriented and capable of managing multiple tasks.


How to apply:
Interested candidates should send a cover letter specifying their interst and qualifications for the position they are applying for and a cv to the address below addressed to the country Director,

AMICAALL Uganda Programme Ntinda – Ministers Village Plot 5, Matyrs road P.O Box 26323, Kampala – Uganda 4-256 414 341340, Email: amicaall@utlonline.co.uff,

okelloj@amicaalluganda.org

Deadline:22nd January 2012

Database Administrator Job at UGAFODE Microfinance Ltd Uganda

Job Title: DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR (1 Position)

The Database Administrator reports to the IT Manager and is responsible for providing technology solutions to ongoing business operations in the area of database development, analysis and management.

Specific Responsibilities include:
• Develops systems solutions that may incorporate documentation, process re-engineering, software, hardware, and telecommunications.
• Provides training materials and train the trainer to support the Systems Administrators.
• Performs database and other software maintenance support.
• Performs all levels of software testing and quality assurance.
• Provides systems documentation to ensure that system solutions meet auditing standards.
• Provides system performance tuning support for efficient and continuous operations. Together with the System Administrator, develops financial reporting program that will facilitate Management decision-making.

Minimum Academic Qualification and Experience
Bachelors' degree with good grades in Computer Science/Information Technology from a recognised University.
Additional qualifications CCNA, CCNP, MSCE can be an added advantage. Experience with Windows 2000/XP/7 and Windows 2000/2003/2008 Server, MS SQL 2000/8 is desirable.
• At least 2 years experience with database development in a financial institution and should be aged between 25- 30 years


How to Apply:
If you believe you have the necessary skills and experience, desire to make a difference, then apply immediately and send a detailed CV, stating your current salary, salary expectation, certified copies of complete academic transcripts and professional certificates, postal address, names of 3 referees and a daytime telephone contact to the Human Resource Manager using the address below so d to reach not later than 20th January 2012. Application received after the closing date will not be considered and only shortlist candidates will be contacted UGAFODE Microfinance Limited –MDI Plot 11/13, Nkrumah Road P.O. Box 30815 Tel + 256 414 257 181
Email address: admin@ugafode.co.ug

Deadline: 20th January 2012

Jobs at UGAFODE Microfinance Ltd- Systems Administrator

Job Title: SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR (1 Position)
The System Administrator reports to the Assistant IT Manager.
Main job is to ensure that all IT equipments are in excellent condition and has the capacity to meet business demands.

Specific Responsibilities include:
Developing systems solutions that may incorporate documentation, process re-engineering, software, hardware, and telecommunications.
Performs software maintenance support. Performs all levels of software testing and quality assurance.
Provides systems documentation to ensure that system solutions meet auditing standards.
Provides system performance tuning support for efficient and continuous operations. Evaluates and recommends software, hardware and telecommunications solutions that can be incorporated into the business solutions without extensive local development. Together with the Database Administrator, develops financial reporting program that will facilitate Management decision-making.
Maintains a superior knowledge of computer industry status and trends


Minimum Academic Qualification and Experience:
Bachelors' degree with good grades in Computer Science/Information Technology from a recognised University.

Additional qualifications CCNA, CCNP, MSCE can be an added advantage.
• Experience with Windows 2000/XP/7 and Windows 2000/2003/8 Server are essential. Experience of Microsoft SQL 2000/8 is desirable, as well as excellent technical skills; the role will require flexibility and initiative.
• At least 2 years experience with computer technology development in a financial institution and should be aged between 25- 30 years


How to Apply:
If you believe you have the necessary skills and experience, desire to make a difference, then apply immediately and send a detailed CV, stating your current salary, salary expectation, certified copies of complete academic transcripts and professional certificates, postal address, names of 3 referees and a daytime telephone contact to the Human Resource Manager using the address below so d to reach not later than 20th January 2012. Application received after the closing date will not be considered and only shortlist candidates will be contacted UGAFODE Microfinance Limited –MDI Plot 11/13, Nkrumah Road P.O. Box 30815 Tel + 256 414 257 181
Email address: admin@ugafode.co.ug

Deadline: 20th January 2012

UGAFODE Microfinance Ltd Jobs in Uganda

Job Title: CREDIT ADMINISTRATOR (2 Positions)
The Credit Administrator reports to the Branch Manager and shall be responsible for the management of credit functions, credit risk management processes and growth of the Loan portfolio of the branch.

Specific Responsibilities include
Ensuring the adequacy and security of loan collateral and completeness of loan documentation.
Managing the collection efforts and processes including recovery, safekeeping and disposition of repossessed collateral.
Examines all loan applications and ensures the adequacy and completeness of pre-loan eligibility requirements; client screening criteria; collateral; loan approval authority level; repayment terms and incentives; delinquency, and default management
Evaluate the performance of the loan portfolio and generate periodic reports in line with the company’s guidelines Monitors loan accounts, loan payments, delinquent accounts and write-offs are within the acceptable past due rate
Ensures regular audits and spot checks and ensures lending processes and loan administration activities adhere to existing policy guidelines including adequacy and security of collateral
Review and resolve client queries and complaints in order to maintain quality service delivery in the branch.
Closely monitors non-performing loans and provides periodic status reports the credit and risk manager Visits customers at random to get first hand information on lending practices as perceived by customers in order to maintain quality service delivery in the Branch.


Minimum Academic Qualification and Experience
Bachelors' degree with good grades in Commerce, Business Administration or any Business related field from a reputable university or college.
At least 3 years of related work experience in Credit Operations from a regulated financial institution and should be aged 26 -35 years.


How to Apply:
If you believe you have the necessary skills and experience, desire to make a difference, then apply immediately and send a detailed CV, stating your current salary, salary expectation, certified copies of complete academic transcripts and professional certificates, postal address, names of 3 referees and a daytime telephone contact to the Human Resource Manager using the address below so d to reach not later than 20th January 2012. Application received after the closing date will not be considered and only shortlist candidates will be contacted UGAFODE Microfinance Limited –MDI Plot 11/13, Nkrumah Road P.O. Box 30815 Tel + 256 414 257 181
Email address: admin@ugafode.co.ug

Deadline: 20th January 2012

Jobs at UGAFODE Microfinance Ltd in Uganda

Job Title: SENIOR INTERNAL AUDIT OFFICER (1 Position)

Job Specification The Senior Internal Audit Officer reports to the Internal Audit Manager and assists in conducting audits to ensure that all company systems, policies and procedure are being observed and applied and make recommendations for improvements

Specific Responsibilities include:

Assist the Internal Audit Manager with establishing the objectives, scope and methodology of the audit and developing an audit program.
Perform audit work in a professional manner and in accordance with current professional auditing standards Conduct a risk analysis to develop the nature, timing and extent of audit procedures for the audit.
Assist in the reviewing and evaluating of the overall accounting and operational controls and assists in the same for computerized systems.
Document the operation and internal control systems in a manner that is sufficient to complete the audit objectives.
Perform cash counts, physical inventories or other audit procedures as requested by the internal audit manager or as needy to meet the audit objectives.
Create working papers to document the audit work performed and support the audit report.
Prepare summary memorandums and draft audit reports Develop audit recommendations to assist in improving operations and internal control systems.
Perform follow up procedures to assess the adequacy of the implementation of recommended actions.
Communicate the status of work to the internal audit manager on a regular basis.
Perform any other duties and responsibilities.


Minimum Academic Qualification and Experience:

Bachelors' degree from reputable Institutions with good grades in Commerce or Business Administration from a reputable university or college. Professional qualification e.g. CPA, ACCA Candidates should have at least 4 years' working experience in an auditing environment preferably a financial institution and should be aged between 27- 38 years

How to Apply:
If you believe you have the necessary skills and experience, desire to make a difference, then apply immediately and send a detailed CV, stating your current salary, salary expectation, certified copies of complete academic transcripts and professional certificates, postal address, names of 3 referees and a daytime telephone contact to the Human Resource Manager using the address below so d to reach not later than 20th January 2012. Application received after the closing date will not be considered and only shortlist candidates will be contacted UGAFODE Microfinance Limited –MDI Plot 11/13, Nkrumah Road P.O. Box 30815 Tel + 256 414 257 181
Email address: admin@ugafode.co.ug

Deadline: 20th January 2012

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