Jobs at Water For People in Uganda

Job Title:Monitoring & Evaluation and Knowledge Management Specialist

Water For People
Job Summary and Overall Purpose: The Monitoring & Evaluation and Knowledge Management Specialist, working under the direct supervision of the Country Director, Water for People Uganda, will be responsible for coordinating the development and implementation of a comprehensive organisational monitoring & evaluation and knowledge management system to enhance impact monitoring, quality control and evaluation in order to improve internal processes and results delivery and underpin accountability at various levels.

Major Functions:

A. Monitoring – Lead the design and implementation of a monitoring framework to track delivery against Water for People Uganda goals and objectives; including establishing baselines to gauge and support the performance of the programme.

B. Evaluation – Lead the analysis of data collected under the monitoring framework for assessment of progress and areas for improvement, as well as the implementation of summative evaluations

C. Reporting - Provide regularly synthesized and updated reports on the status of implementation against Water for People Uganda strategic goals and objectives.

D. Advocacy and Communication – Lead on communication activities relating to the country M&E System and develop, manage and influence advocacy strategies.

E. Knowledge management - Ensure that the Water for People Uganda team is actively engaged with the water and sanitation market in learning and adaptive management processes for effective and sustainable water and sanitation services delivery in the regions it works in.
Requirement:

Required Qualifications and Skills:

1. Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences. Development studies or Research studies with a development bias Training in M&E is an added advantage

2. Knowledge and experience in the use of the FLOW (Field Level Operations Watch) mapping methodology would be a huge asset.

3. Experience in developing materials for a variety of specific audiences and creating wide range of communication products

4. Knowledge and understanding of qualitative and quantitative research/evaluation methodologies and strong analytical skills.

5. Good skills in presentation, documentation and information management.

6. Proven strong report writing skills, including experience in producing proposals, reports, and other informational documents, matched with the ability to present monitoring data and survey findings clearly

7. Computer proficiency with MS Office, MS Access, MS Project, PowerPoint, Statistical Programs (e.g. STRATA, SAS, SPSS)

How to apply:

Interested applicants may submit their applications, CV’s and testimonials not later than February 17, 2012 to: The Administrative and Procurement Manager, Water For People Uganda, Plot 9 Olumi Close, P.O. Box 1420 Kampala. While we appreciate your application, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Accounts/ Administrative Jobs in Uganda

Job Title : ACCOUNTS/ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Duty Stations : KITGUM DISTRICT (1)
IGANGA DISTRICT (1)
Reports to : PROGRAMME OFFICER, KITGUM OFFICE
PROGRAMME OFFICER, IGANGA OFFICE
Major Responsibilities:
Responsible for supporting the Programme Officer in handling the Administrative and Financial functions at the district offices.
Specific Tasks:
1) Preparing payment vouchers.
2) Posting both manual and computerized Cashbook and Ledger entries.
3) Preparing monthly bank reconciliation and other statements.
4) Reporting on the use and consumption of fuel, stationary and other inputs.
5) Managing and reporting on the utilization of office consumables and inputs.
6) The management of the office’s transport services.
7) Ensuring proper and timely maintenance and repair of office equipment and facilities.
8) Supporting in handling staff welfare matters.
9) Maintaining a high standard of office cleanliness and lay out.
10) Reviewing, verifying, sorting and filing accounts records.
Qualifications and Experience:
1) Minimum qualification of a Bachelors Degree in Commerce, Accounting & Finance or Business Administration.
2) Relevant working experience of at least one year (either as paid staff, volunteer or intern)
3) High proficiency in computer skills especially Excel and Ms. Word.
4) Knowledge of QuickBooks will be an advantage

HOW TO APPLY

Interested candidates should fill in and submit a Vacancy Application Form which is available on the above website to email address - recruitment@anppcanug.org.
Deadline for submission: 17 February, 2012 at 5.00p.m.

Jobs at ANPPCAN in Uganda

Job Title:ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

ANPPCAN
POSITION : ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Duty Station : NATIONAL SECRETARIAT, KAMPALA

Reports to : ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

Major Responsibilities: Responsible for supporting the Administration Officer in handling the Administrative functions at the National Secretariat.

Specific Tasks:

The successful applicant will support and assist the Administration Officer in the following functions;
Coordinating and facilitating procurement processes as per the organizational procedures and policies.
Maintaining a sound stores management system including preparing accurate periodic management reports on all office consumables.
Ensuring proper maintenance, and efficient utilization of organizational equipment, utilities and facilities including fleet management and preparing periodic management reports on the same.
Providing general administrative and support services as may be required from time to time.

Requirement:

Qualifications and Experience

A minimum of a Bachelors Degree in Office Management and Administration or Business Administration with at least two year’s hands-on experience in an administrative position with medium sized organization preferably an NGO.
Good working knowledge and experience of Microsoft office applications is a must.
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and to maintain flexibility in working hours.
Good interpersonal and communication skills including intercultural communication.
Highly result-oriented.
Age limit: 23-35 years


HOW TO APPLY

Interested candidates should fill in and submit a Vacancy Application Form which is available on the above website to email address - recruitment@anppcanug.org. Deadline for submission: 17th February, 2012 at 5.00p.m.

While we thank all applicants for your interest, only those selected for interviews will be contacted. Any form of lobbying will lead to automatic disqualification
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Security Group Uganda Jobs- Branch Managers

Job Title: BRANCH MANAGERS (3 Positions)
Location: Kampala, Uganda
Employment Type: Full-Time
Summary:

About this Job:

Security Group (U) is a leading provider of security solutions in Greater East Africa, the group employs over 10,000 people and operates in 4 Countries in Africa and the Middle East. Security Group (U) strives to employ the best people, develop their competence, provide opportunity and inspire them to live our values. We have opportunities to build long term careers in the group and inspire individuals to reach their full potential due to current business expansion Security Group (U) urgently seeks to recruit a highly proactive, self driven individuals to fill the following vacant position:
Description:

PURPOSE:

Reporting to the National Operations Manager, the incumbent will coordinate, track, implement and report field activities to ensure their effective and efficient implementation in line with company objectives & strategic development.

PRIMARY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

•Maintaining a high standard of well trained, well turned out and disciplined staff
•Conducting site surveys
•Obtaining client specifications and advising them on manpower levels, equipment and pricing
•Drawing up contract and site instructions
•Introducing of staff to clients and conducting on-site training
•Reading the OB and completing the OB Abstract form
•Attending to any grievances and taking disciplinary action where needed
•Any other duties allocated by management
Requirements:

Requirement: BASIC QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS

•Qualification at Degree level in Business Administration, Social Works & Social Sciences, Human Resource Management and other related fields.
•At least three years working experience in a busy organisation/related field
•Proven clean track record and ability to work under minimum supervision.
•Must have a riding permit.
•Decisive person
•Ability to analyse and solve problems on the spot
•Good negotiation skills
•Strong interpersonal & communication skills
•High level of integrity
•Computer literate


How to apply:

Applications clearly marked “BRANCH MANAGER”, or “CHIEF CASHIER” accompanied by CV and indicating three traceable referees with daytime phone contacts and academic transcripts to be submitted:



Security Group (U)

The HUMAN RESOURCE & ADMINISTRATION MANAGER through our Front Desk on Plot 21 MACKINON ROAD P.O. Box 20097, KAMPALA.

Closing Date: 15 February 2012

Jobs at Security Group Uganda- Cashier

Job Title: CHIEF CASHIER
Location: Kampala, Uganda
Employment Type: Full-Time
Summary:

About this Job:

Security Group (U) is a leading provider of security solutions in Greater East Africa, the group employs over 10,000 people and operates in 4 Countries in Africa and the Middle East. Security Group (U) strives to employ the best people, develop their competence, provide opportunity and inspire them to live our values. We have opportunities to build long term careers in the group and inspire individuals to reach their full potential due to current business expansion Security Group (U) urgently seeks to recruit a highly proactive, self driven individuals to fill the following vacant position:

The suitable candidate will be reporting to the Accountant.
Description:

PURPOSE:

To ensure all financial records of the company are accurately written, properly maintained and regular returns properly compiled and submitted. Receive cash and cheques payable to the company and ensure safe custody of such receipts.

PRIMARY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

•Preparing cheque payments vouchers for cheque payments
•Sending cheque payment vouchers to the Accountant and FC for authorisation and obtaining final authorisation from MD
•Maintaining the petty cash balance to the level specified by FC
•Conducting petty cash disbursements on the accountability by authorised vouchers paid Preparing and controlling payments for leave, advances and main salaries and any other need Ensuring that all statutory and any other deductions are effected and paid promptly.
•Any other duties as may be assigned
Requirements:

Requirement: BASIC QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS

•Qualification Degree in Business Administration preferably Accounting option, B.Com or other related fields
•Professional course e.g. ACCA, CPAU will be an added advantage
•At least three years working experience in a busy organisation.
•Proven clean track record and able to work under minimum supervision.
•Strong interpersonal & communication skills High level of integrity Computer literate.

How to apply:

Applications clearly marked “BRANCH MANAGER”, or “CHIEF CASHIER” accompanied by CV and indicating three traceable referees with daytime phone contacts and academic transcripts to be submitted:

Security Group (U)
The HUMAN RESOURCE & ADMINISTRATION MANAGER through our Front Desk on Plot 21 MACKINON ROAD P.O. Box 20097, KAMPALA.

Closing Date: 15 February 2012

Anti Corruption Coalition Jobs in Uganda

Job Title: Programme Officer
Location: Kampala, Uganda
Employment Type: Full-Time
Summary:

ANTI CORRUPTION COALITION UGANDA

CARREER OPPORTUNITY

Anti Corruption Coalition Uganda (ACCU), is an advocacy national NGO formed in 1999, bringing together civil society organisations, institutions and individuals involved in the fight against corruption in Uganda. The mandate of ACCU is to mobilize and strengthen civil society in Uganda to expose and cause action against corruption in Uganda.

ACCU works with Regional Anti Corruption Coalition Coalitions (RACCs) across Uganda. One of which is Anti Corruption Coalition of Busoga (ACCOB) with its offices in Iganga district. ACCOB is a forum of civil society organizations and individuals who act as a voice against corruption

ACCU on behalf of the Anti Corruption Coalition of Busoga (ACCOB) is seeking for suitable candidates for the available position of;
Description:

Job Summary:

The Programme Officer will be responsible for supporting the Coordinator in the implementation of the Coalition’s programmes and activities in line with the work plans and budgets as well as investigate corruption related cases and forward to the Coordinator for action. The Programme Officer will report to the Coordinator.

Job Responsibilities and Duties

•Generating reports from the programmes and activities undertaken
•Advocacy and Lobbying at the Regional Level
•Investigating and following up cases of corruption forwarded to the Coalition
•Networking and develop partnerships with stakeholders
•Fundraising initiatives for the Coalition
•Shall perform any other duties that may be assigned from time to time
Requirements:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

•At least a minimum qualification of a Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant Field
•Minimum of 3 years working experience with an NGO or related environment
•Extensive Knowledge of the accountability environment in the Country
•Experience in working with Communities
•Analytical and writing Skills
•Extensive computer knowledge in Microsoft
•Experience in Anti Corruption work will be an added advantage

Age: 25 - 40 years.

How to Apply

Interested persons who meet the above criteria should submit their applications together with an updated CV and copies of academic documents with at least three suitable referees with their telephone contacts to:

Only short listed candidates will be contacted and any form of canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.




The Executive Director,
Anti Corruption Coalition Uganda
P.O Box 34238 Kampala
Plot 243 Tufnell drive Mulago-Kamwokya


Deadline: 12 February 2012

Jobs at Anti Corruption Coalition in Uganda

Job Title: Regional Coordinator
Location: Kampala, Uganda
Employment Type: Full-Time
Summary:

Anti Corruption Coalition Uganda (ACCU), is an advocacy national NGO formed in 1999, bringing together civil society organisations, institutions and individuals involved in the fight against corruption in Uganda. The mandate of ACCU is to mobilize and strengthen civil society in Uganda to expose and cause action against corruption in Uganda.

ACCU works with Regional Anti Corruption Coalition Coalitions (RACCs) across Uganda. One of which is Anti Corruption Coalition of Busoga (ACCOB) with its offices in Iganga district. ACCOB is a forum of civil society organizations and individuals who act as a voice against corruption

ACCU on behalf of the Anti Corruption Coalition of Busoga (ACCOB) is seeking for suitable candidates for the available position of;
Description:

Key responsibilities:

He/She will Report to the Board of Directors of ACCOB and perform all duties as listed below:

•Provide overall management, guidance and supervision to the secretariat.
•Spearhead membership recruitment, develop and maintain a comprehensive data bank of all member organizations.
•Initiate formulation of policy proposals for consideration by the board
•Scale up and consolidate the image of the coalition in Busoga region and beyond
•Lead ACCOB efforts in forming alliances, networking and advocacy especially for regional and district level interventions and participate in engagement meetings with local governments, private sector and donor community on issues of common interest.
•Develop monitoring and evaluate programs and activities of member organizations to ensure their conformity with the minimum standards for ACCOB.
•Be the custodian of all ACCOB property and assets including documents and ensure an up-to-date asset register is maintained.
•Ensure effective internal management system of documents and information related to ACCOB program plans and activities.
•Shall perform any other duties that shall be assigned by the BOD and AGM from time to time
Requirements:

Qualifications

•Bachelor’s degree in Law, Social sciences, Development studies
•Master’s degree in governance, public administration or human rights will be an added advantage
•Gender working knowledge will be an added advantage
•5 years working experience in an anti-corruption organization or civil society governance oriented organisation
•At least a minimum 3 years Management experience required
•Age: 30 - 50 years

Key competencies

•Must be a team player with proven interpersonal, leadership and management skills.
•Ability to work with minimum supervision, willingness to travel at any time, high moral turpitude and must be computer literate.

How to Apply

Interested persons who meet the above criteria should submit their applications together with an updated CV and copies of academic documents with at least three suitable referees with their telephone contacts to:

Only short listed candidates will be contacted and any form of canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.


The Executive Director,
Anti Corruption Coalition Uganda
P.O Box 34238 Kampala
Plot 243 Tufnell drive Mulago-Kamwokya

Deadline: 12 February 2012

Jobs Vacancies at FIDA in Uganda

Job Title: CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER:

FIDA-Uganda is seeking to recruit a Chief Executive Officer with a passion for social transformation for women’s rights, legal excellence, along with strategic vision, drive and excellent people skills.

The key responsibilities of the position include:
i) Implementation of FIDA-Uganda’s Strategic plan; including articulation of the ‘FIDA-Uganda’s Brand and ensuring an effective system of strategic measurement and governance;
ii) Ensuring that the organisation is structured, organised, managed and controlled in such a way as to maximise achievement of that vision and delivery of the FIDA-Uganda’s Brand
iii) Overseeing all aspects of FIDA-Uganda’s operational management, ensuring that standards of excellence are set and maintained in every sphere of activity
iv) Leading and developing the highly motivated team of staff
v) Promoting FIDA-Uganda nationally regionally and internationally,
vi) Developing partner and donor relationships and
vii) Overseeing organisational resources

Qualifications and personal Qualities
 Bachelor’s degree in Law
 Masters Degree in law or Master degree in social sciences and humanities
 A Diploma in legal practice is an added advantage
 At least 10 years experience in the field of development or human rights
 Extensive experience in managing teams and a proven track record as a facilitative, inspirational leader
 Aptitude for or experience in financial management; experience in fundraising and donor relations is preferred
 Evidence of effective resource management, including a good track record of financial accountability and fundraising
 A proven track record as a visionary and strategic leader, demonstrating passion and vision, along with drive for accomplishment
 Genuine concern and care for others, excellent communication skills;

How to Apply:
SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS:
To apply, please send a CV, names and contact details of two referees, your own contact details, copies of academic certificates and a covering letter explaining how you can contribute to FIDA-Uganda’s continuing success to:
The Finance and Administration Director,
FIDA-UGANDA, Plot 11 Kanjokya Street, Kamwokya, Kampala,
P.O. Box 2157, KAMPALA
OR
By email to: fida@fidauganda.org; essali@fidauganda.org; pnsheme@gmail.com
Please send the application to the three named addresses simultaneously:
All salaries are competitive
Envelopes should clearly indicate the post applied for.
Applicants submitting their applications must register their names and sign off.


CLOSING DATE: 15th February 2012 at 4.00 p.m.

Share An Opportunity Uganda Jobs- National Director

Job Title: National Director

Job Description

Share An Opportunity Uganda (SAO-U) is a National Christian founded child, focused NGO empowering households and communities to fulfill their obligations in chiid Care and development and she is affiliated to Baptist Union of Uganda.

Share An Opportunity -Uganda’s key thematic areas are child health, Basic Education for OVCs, Child Advocacy, Enterprise Development and food security, institutional development for community based Organizations’ while HIV/AIDs is mainstreamed in the program. SAO- Uganda is looking for a competent, proven mature Born again Christian (preferably Baptist) with tested Managerial or Leadership skills.

Reports to : Chairman of the Board

Supervises : Responsible for all managers

Location /Duty station: Headquarters- Kampala.

Age Limit: 40-50 years.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

* To provide strategic direction to SAO and implement Board resolutions
* To Head the management team of the Organization. The executive accounting officer of the organization To oversee that all the functions of the organization are functional and are achieving the organizational goals and objectives.
* To provide timely reports to the Board about the performance of the organization
* To link the Board with the partners and other funding agencies
* To provide human resources planning and development for the organization
* To offer public relations responsibilities for the organization.
* To provide linkages with other organizations local government and developing partners(net-working)
* To promote mobilization of funds for the organization.
* To co-ordinate the operations of the different regions at the head office
* The spokesperson for SAO.
* To carry out any other assignments as the Board may direct.

Requirement:

Basic qualifications and experience

* MA with bias in development or management or MBA plus leadership or management skills.

OTHER PERSONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ABOVE POSTS:

* Computer literate and proficient in Ms Word, excel and internet use.
* Ability to handle multi tasks and produce effective results, Self driven with good planning skills and Good interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills

JOB KEY OUTPUTS & CHALLENGES:

* Good, competitive, highly motivated efficient and effective staff, Cost effective and optimum organization.
* Well researched non-segregative and articulated policies covering all areas of operation, management, programmes and organizational resources’ management and development, Well managed, run efficient, relevant appropriate programs following best practices and effective organization.
* Well resourced/ finance programs.

JOB KNOWLEDGE:

* At least 10 years working experience in development organization, 5 of which should have been in a managerial position, Excellent interpersonal communication and report writing skills, open-minded and well composed. Resource mobilization skills. Management skills.
* Reference- Needs letters from 3 reference, One of which his/ her Pastor


How to Apply

Applications must be Address to:

The SAO Chairman Board of Directors

P.O Box 23408, Kampala-Uganda

B-mail: info@saouganda.org

International Procurement Agency Jobs in Uganda

Job Title: Procurement consultants and auditors- East and Southern Africa, Kampala
Closing Date: Monday, 30 April 2012

IPA Africa Ltd. is currently expanding and securing new contracts in a range of fields, which is why we are looking for International and local specialists in the following areas.

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Procurement auditing
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Procurement consulting/ capacity building, procedure creation

Assignments may range from 2-18 months, depending on the contract granted.

Requirements: - Minimum 5 years of relevant experience in at least one of the sectors listed above - Masters' degree from an Internationally Recognized University in a relevant field (minimum qualification) - Strong Financial skills, a degree in Business/ Finance is a strong asset - Related experience in a developing country context working in the international development sector in at least one of the fields listed above - International work/ study experience required for local consultants - Fluency in English required; Fluency French requested - Fluency in Swahili and/ or one main local African Language required for local consultants - Strong ability to work independently and show initiative, but with a team player mentality - High commitment to quality of work to be proven

Background

Since its founding in 1981 International Procurement Agency has become one of the leading organizations in providing superior supply, procurement, consultancy services and emergency response to principals in all parts of the developing world on a strictly independent basis. The focus is on public procurement and supply chain in developing countries and emergency situations.

Since March 2009 the IPA Group has opened an office in East Africa. IPA Africa Ltd is registered as a limited liability company in Uganda. The IPA Group established this office due to the growing need for professional and high standard quality procurement services on the African Continent. IPA Africa is focusing on East, Central and Southern-Africa and will be involved in procurement, supply (trade) and consultancy. The African sister company works together with the IPA Group to fulfill the needs of its clients and has gathered significant experience in both local and international procurement over the last 2 years. The local representation in East Africa helps IPA to work very closely with the local NGOs and suppliers, which adds value to IPA clients in the region. The vision of IPA Africa is to grow in the field of supply chain and procurement services and to become the leader in the region. Moreover, the company aims at improving procurement practices in the region by building capacity both of its clients, its national employees and the local partners and suppliers. Therefore IPA Africa is, next to its fixed staff, creating a large network of international and local supply chain and procurement specialists to support the consulting side of its business and enlarge its mother company's network.

Most of IPA's clients are public organizations, like NGOs, Finance Institutions, World Bank, National Governments and related institutions and United Nations. IPA Africa Ltd currently has proposals for procurement audits and supply chain consultancy work outstanding in several African countries, such as Uganda, Southern Sudan, Malawi, Zambia, Liberia and Sierra Leone, but expects to be expanding its network soon. (for more info please refer to www.ipaafrica.com)

How to apply:

Candidates who meet the above requirements should submit a detailed CV together with a cover letter explaining how they are suited for the position. Documents must include a daytime telephone contact and three referees (with telephone and email contacts). Please do not include certificates and other additional documents. Applications should be emailed to hr@ipaafrica.com, with the speciality clearly indicated in the subject line. IPA will only contact and give feedback to shortlisted candidates.

Note: IPA Africa is building a database of experts, but will ALWAYS contact the consultants before including them in any bidding documents.

Deadline: Monday, 30 April 2012

Jobs at International Procurement Agency in Uganda

Job Title: Communications Coordinator, kampala
Closing Date: Saturday, 31 March 2012

IPA Africa Ltd. is currently expanding and securing new contracts in a range of fields, specifically in consulting services, which is why we are looking for a person to support the Managing Director in business development, marketing and preparation of proposals. The position is based in the IPA Africa office in Kampala, Uganda, but might involve travelling within Uganda and/ or other African countries.

Requirements:

* Relevant experience in working in a developing country, in business development/ proposal preparation and/or working with UN/ NGOs
* Degree from an Internationally Recognized University in a relevant field (minimum qualification)
* Strong communication skills,
* Fluency in English required; preferably to be first language
* Strong ability to work independently and show initiative, but with a team player mentality
* High commitment to quality of work to be proven

The contract and conditions offered depend on the profile of the candidate.

Background

Since its founding in 1981 International Procurement Agency has become one of the leading organizations in providing superior supply, procurement, consultancy services and emergency response to principals in all parts of the developing world on a strictly independent basis. The focus is on public procurement and supply chain in developing countries and emergency situations. Since March 2009 the IPA Group has opened an office in East Africa. IPA Africa Ltd is registered as a limited liability company in Uganda. The IPA Group established this office due to the growing need for professional and high standard quality procurement services on the African Continent. IPA Africa is focusing on East, Central and Southern-Africa and will be involved in procurement, supply (trade) and consultancy. The African sister company works together with the IPA Group to fulfill the needs of its clients and has gathered significant experience in both local and international procurement over the last 2 years. The local representation in East Africa helps IPA to work very closely with the local NGOs and suppliers, which adds value to IPA clients in the region. The vision of IPA Africa is to grow in the field of supply chain and procurement services and to become the leader in the region. Moreover, the company aims at improving procurement practices in the region by building capacity both of its clients, its national employees and the local partners and suppliers. Therefore IPA Africa is, next to its fixed staff, creating a large network of international and local supply chain and procurement specialists to support the consulting side of its business and enlarge its mother company's network. Most of IPA's clients are public organizations, like NGOs, Finance Institutions, World Bank, National Governments and related institutions and United Nations. IPA Africa Ltd currently has proposals for procurement audits and supply chain consultancy work outstanding in several African countries, such as Uganda, Southern Sudan, Malawi, Zambia, Liberia and Sierra Leone, but expects to be expanding its network soon. (for more info please refer to


How to apply:

Candidates who meet the above requirements are requested to submit a detailed CV together with a cover letter explaining how they are suited for the position. Documents must include a daytime telephone contact and three referees (with telephone and email contacts). Please do not include certificates and other additional documents. Applications should be emailed to hr@ipaafrica.com, with the speciality clearly indicated in the subject line.

IPA will only contact and give feedback to shortlisted candidates.

Deadline: 31 March 2012

Civil Aviation Safety And Security Oversight Agency Jobs in Uganda- Inspector

JOB TITLE: AIRWORTHINESS INSPECTOR (AVIONICS) (REF: CAS/HR/2011/005)
GRADE: Professional Grade P3
REPORTS TO: Manager Airworthiness
DUTY STATION: CASSOA Headquarters Entebbe, Uganda
Main purpose of the job:
The main responsibility of this position is to assist Partner States to carry out efficient and effective airworthiness safety oversight activities with the objective of enhancing safe operation of aircraft in compliance with national/regional and international standards.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Advise on and assist Partner States inspectors with performing airworthiness certification functions, including certification of air operators, aircraft, aircraft maintenance engineers, aircraft maintenance organisations and training organisation.
2. Advise on and assist with the supervision of the review, revision and approval of airworthiness regulatory documents including airworthiness procedures manuals, maintenance programmes, minimum equipment lists, etc.
3. Assist Partner States with the development and execution of an annual airworthiness surveillance programme in the region, including surveillance of foreign air operators and ramp inspections.
4. Participate in the development of inspectors training programme and provision of the on-the-job training to airworthiness inspectors.
5. Participate in the development and implementation of a regional aircraft maintenance engineers personnel licensing examinations system.
6. Carry out airworthiness missions for evaluation of aviation safety status, implementation of harmonised regulations and conformity to standardisation in the Partner States.
7. Review existing harmonised regulations and revise them to conform to international standards as provided in the ICAO Annexes.
8. Participate and assist in the development and review of a model SSP and assisting Partner States to develop and the implement their respective harmonised SSP and SMS.
9. Prepare regular activity reports on as required
10. Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.
Qualifications and Experience:
1. A holder of a University Degree in relevant field e.g. aeronautical, mechanical, electrical, electronic or telecommunication. An aircraft maintenance engineer’s license with ratings or appropriate approvals.
2. A minimum of seven (7) years experience three (3) of which must be in a management or supervisory aircraft avionics/ Mechanics experience, directly associated with the preparation and responsibility for implementation of rules, regulations, airworthiness and flight operation related manuals deemed necessary for flight safety, inspection and certification.
3. Considerable aircraft maintenance experience of not less than five years on modern, turbine aircraft or five years experience as an airworthiness inspector qualified on large (above 5,700kg MTOM) modern, turbine engine aircraft preferably of type operated in the region.
Skills and Competences:
1. Knowledge of legal responsibilities and administrative procedures for the issuance of documents under State of Registry approval relating to supervision of airworthiness.
2. Knowledge of the requirements for personnel licensing systems, and of the training, and maintenance of competency of flight and ground crews related with airworthiness operations.
3. Sound knowledge of ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices and related documentation.
4. Good communication and report writing skills in English language.
5. Proficiency in computer use and general IT applications.
6. Good interpersonal skills, ability to work with colleagues and maintain harmonious working relationship in a multinational environment.
7. High degree of integrity.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE:
These are established position within the CASSOA organization structure which has tenable contract terms of five (5) years renewable once.
The candidates will be appointed by the East African Community CASSOA Board of Directors.
SALARY AND FRINGE BENEFITS:
The established positions offer competitive salaries and attractive fringe benefits including house allowance, transport allowance, education allowance, a medical scheme and insurance cover.


HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates should submit their applications quoting the reference number of the position applied for by registered mail, courier, email (all soft copies should be in MS Word or Acrobat) and dispatch together with Duly filled Employment Form below, copies of both academic and professional certificates and testimonials, names and addresses of three referees, and day time telephone/cell phone numbers to:
The Executive Director
EAC CASSOA
P O Box 873,
ENTEBBE
UGANDA
Email: recruitment@cassoa.org
To be received not later than Wednesday 17th February 2012

Inspector Jobs at Civil Aviation Safety And Security Oversight Agency

JOB TITLE: FLIGHT TRAINING AND PEL EXAMINATION INSPECTOR (REF: CAS/HR/2011/004)
GRADE: Professional Grade P3
REPORTS TO: Manager Flight Operations
DUTY STATION: CASSOA Headquarters Entebbe, Uganda
Main purpose of the job:
The main responsibility for this position is to coordinate the development of a regional personnel licensing examination system and assist Partner States to ensure that aviation training organisations are compliant with the national/regional standards reflected in the harmonised civil aviation regulations.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Coordinate the development and implementation of regional personnel licensing examination system covering flight crew, cabin crew, aircraft maintenance engineers, air traffic controllers, aviation security screeners and any other specialties as specified in the civil aviation regulations.
2. Coordinate and manage the development of a region’s PEL examination bank including the development and implementation of a regional flight crew personnel licensing examinations system and carrying out inspection of Synthetic Flight Trainers.
3. Advise on and assist Partner States inspectors with performing aviation professional licensing functions as required by the harmonised civil aviation regulations.
4. Advise on and assist with the supervision of the review, revision and approval of PEL regulatory documents including training manuals.
5. Assist Partner States with the development and execution of an annual PEL surveillance programme.
6. Participate in the development of inspectors training programme and provision of the on-the-job training to PEL inspectors.
7. Assist Partner States with the assessment and approval of applications for licenses and ratings and the issues of licenses and ratings and the supervision of designated flight examiners.
8. Participate in the development of inspectors training programme and provision of the on-the-job training to flight operations inspectors and designated flight examiners.
9. Carry out missions for evaluation of aviation safety status, implementation of harmonised regulations and conformity to standardisation in the Partner States.
10. Review existing harmonised regulations and revise them to conform to international standards as provided in the ICAO Annexes.
11. Participate and assist in the development and review of a model SSP and assisting Partner States to develop and the implement their respective harmonised SSP and SMS.
12. Maintain a register of flight test examiners from airlines and those approved for flying schools as well as all licensed personnel in the region.
13. Perform any other duties as may be assigned to you by the supervisor
Qualifications and Experience:
1. A holder of a professional licensed at ATPL level (current or lapsed).
An academic qualification of a university degree will be an added advantage.
2. At least ten (10) years of relevant work experience.
3. Possession or had possessed flight instructor rating.
Skills and Competences:
1. Knowledge of the requirements for personnel licensing systems, and of the training, and maintenance of competency of flight and ground crews concerned with airworthiness.
2. Sound knowledge of ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices and related documentation.
3. Good communication and report writing skills.
4. Proficiency in English language to level 5.
5. Proficiency in computer use and general IT applications.
6. Good interpersonal skills, ability to work with colleagues and maintain harmonious working relationship in a multinational environment
7. High degree of integrity.
AIRWORTHINESS

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates should submit their applications quoting the reference number of the position applied for by registered mail, courier, email (all soft copies should be in MS Word or Acrobat) and dispatch together with Duly filled Employment Form below, copies of both academic and professional certificates and testimonials, names and addresses of three referees, and day time telephone/cell phone numbers to:
The Executive Director
EAC CASSOA
P O Box 873,
ENTEBBE
UGANDA
Email: recruitment@cassoa.org
To be received not later than Wednesday 17th February 2012

Civil Aviation Safety And Security Oversight Agency Jobs in Uganda

JOB TITLE: FLIGHT OPERATIONS INSPECTORS (REF: CAS/HR/2011/003)
(2 POSITIONS)
GRADE: Professional Grade P3
REPORTS TO: Manager Flight Operations
DUTY STATION: CASSOA Headquarters Entebbe, Uganda
Main purpose of the job:
The main responsibility of this position is to assist Partner States to carry out efficient and effective flight operations safety oversight activities with the objective of enhancing safe operation of aircraft in compliance with national/regional and international standards.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Advise on and assist Partner States inspectors with performing flight operations certification functions, including certification of flight crew members and approval of operations manuals, crew training and checking programmes, minimum equipment lists and the issuance of operating certificates and/or specifications.
2. Advise on and assist with the supervision of the review, revision and approval of flight operations regulatory documents including operations manuals, aircraft operating manuals, minimum equipment lists, flight crew and cabin attendant training programmes, etc.
3. Assist Partner States with the development and execution of an annual flight operations surveillance programme in the region, including surveillance of foreign air operators and ramp inspections.
4. Participate in the development of inspectors training programme and provision of the on-the-job training to flight operations inspectors.
5. Participate in the development and implementation of a regional flight crew personnel licensing examinations system.
6. Carry out Flight Operations missions for evaluation of aviation safety status, implementation of harmonised regulations and conformity to standardisation in the Partner States.
7. Review existing harmonised regulations and revise them to conform to international standards as provided in the ICAO Annexes.
8. Participate and assist in the development and review of a model SSP and assisting Partner States to develop and the implement their respective harmonised SSP and SMS.
9. Prepare regular activity reports as required.
10. Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.
Qualifications and experience
1. Holds or have held an airline transport pilot license with one or more type ratings, preferably on large aircraft (above 5,700 kg MTOM) commercially operated in the region.
2. A holder of university degree will be added advantage.
3. A minimum of ten (10) years experience three (3) of which must be in management or supervisory position in an airline or with an aviation administration, directly associated with the preparation and responsibility for implementation of rules, regulations, operating manuals, flight and ground procedures deemed necessary for flight safety, inspection and certification.
4. Considerable flight crew experience as pilot-in-command on modern, turbine engine aircraft or substantial experience as a Flight Operations Inspector with ratings in modern, turbine engine aircraft preferably of type operated in the region. 5000 hours of flying experience. Experience in the preparation, approval and use of Flight Operations Manuals and other flight operation documentations including flight training and checking programmes.
Skills and Competences:
1. Knowledge of legal responsibilities and administrative procedures for the issuance of documents under State of Registry approval relating to supervision of flight operations.
2. Knowledge of the requirements for personnel licensing systems, and of the training, and maintenance of competency of flight and ground crews concerned with flight operations.
3. Sound knowledge of EAC Harmonised Civil Aviation Regulations and Technical Guidance Materials.
4. Sound knowledge of ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices and related documentation.
5. Good communication and report writing skills
6. Proficiency in English language to level 5.
7. Proficiency in computer use and general IT applications.
8. Good interpersonal skills, high degree of integrity.
9. Good knowledge in Air Operator Certification procedures.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates should submit their applications quoting the reference number of the position applied for by registered mail, courier, email (all soft copies should be in MS Word or Acrobat) and dispatch together with Duly filled Employment Form below, copies of both academic and professional certificates and testimonials, names and addresses of three referees, and day time telephone/cell phone numbers to:
The Executive Director
EAC CASSOA
P O Box 873,
ENTEBBE
UGANDA
Email: recruitment@cassoa.org
To be received not later than Wednesday 17th February 2012

Jobs at Civil Aviation Safety And Security Oversight Agency

JOB TITLE: MANAGER FLIGHT OPERATIONS(REF: CAS/HR/2011/002)
(RE ADVERTISED)
GRADE: Professional Grade P4
REPORTS TO: Director Standardisation and Regulations
DUTY STATION: CASSOA Headquarters Entebbe, Uganda
Main purpose of the job:
To plan, implement, supervise and evaluate the Agency’s flight Operations activities.
To coordinate and oversee the implementation of the safety oversight programmes and technical support to Partner States related to flight operations as approved by the Board
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Managing the flight operations department.
2. Participating in the evaluation of the status of aviation safety and security in Partner States and providing technical assistance to Partner States in oversight activities.
3. Developing harmonised flight safety standards regulatory formulation and amendments to ensure conformity to international standards.
4. Evaluate amendment proposals to international standards and Recommended Practices (SARPS) and formulate a common regional position.
5. Convening and facilitating Working Group meetings to formulate and review harmonised regulations and technical guidance materials.
6. Developing inputs and implement procedures and guidelines to be followed in obtaining and sharing regional human resources for inspection activities, surveillance, audits and responding to requests for assistance in flight safety related matters.
7. Developing and implementing annual flight operations mission schedules for evaluation of aviation safety status, implementation of harmonised regulations and conformity to standardisation in the Partner States.
8. Prepare and provide input for the timely preparation of the Annual Programme of Activities and budget for the Agency for approval by the Board.
9. Liaise with HR to develop training programmes and provide regional technical training including inspectors’ indoctrination, basic, type, on-the-job and recurrent training for the functions of the Flight Operations Inspectors in the Agency and in the Partner States,
10. Assisting/participating in the development and implementation of regional and State safety Programmes.
11. Assisting in carrying out a skills audit to develop a data bank in the region for the available and gap of skills in the region related to flight operations.
12. Participating in the establishment of a common personnel licensing examination in the region.
13. Performing any other related duties as assigned by the supervisor
14. Developing applicable technical guidance materials for operation practices and procedures to implement the harmonised regulations.
15. Perform any other duties as may be assigned by supervisor.
Qualifications and Experience:
1. A holder of a professional licensed at ATPL level (or equivalent). A degree will be an added advantage.
2. A minimum of fifteen (15) years experience five (5) of which must be in a management or supervisory position with a civil aviation administration, directly associated with the preparation and responsibility for implementation of rules, regulations, operating manuals, flight and ground procedures deemed necessary for flight safety, inspection and certification.
3. Considerable flight crew experience as pilot-in-command on modern, turbine engine aircraft or substantial experience as a Flight Operations Inspector with ratings in modern, turbine engine aircraft preferably of type operated in the region. 5000 hours of flying experience with a demonstrable experience in an international airline operation of at least of 1,000 hrs minimum.
4. Experience in the preparation, approval and use of Flight Operations Manuals and other flight operation documentations including flight training and checking programmes.
Skills and Competences:
1. Knowledge of legal responsibilities and administrative procedures for the issuance of documents under State of Registry approval relating to supervision of flight operations.
2. Knowledge of the requirements for personnel licensing systems, and of the training, and maintenance of competency of flight and ground crews concerned with flight operations.
3. Sound knowledge of EAC Harmonised Civil Aviation Regulations and Technical Guidance Materials.
4. Sound knowledge of ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices and related documentation.
5. Good communication and report writing skills.
6. Proficiency in computer use and general IT applications.
7. Good interpersonal skills, high degree of integrity.
8. Good knowledge in Air Operator Certification procedures.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates should submit their applications quoting the reference number of the position applied for by registered mail, courier, email (all soft copies should be in MS Word or Acrobat) and dispatch together with Duly filled Employment Form below, copies of both academic and professional certificates and testimonials, names and addresses of three referees, and day time telephone/cell phone numbers to:
The Executive Director
EAC CASSOA
P O Box 873,
ENTEBBE
UGANDA
Email: recruitment@cassoa.org
To be received not later than Wednesday 17th February 2012

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