US Embassy Jobs in Uganda- Admin Clerk

Job Title: Admin. Clerk/Chauffeur; FP-9; FSN-5
Vacancy Announcement

U. S. Mission, Uganda
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
RE-ADVERTISED

Number: 011/2012 Date: 03/01/2012

OPEN TO: All Qualified Candidates
POSITION: Admin. Clerk/Chauffeur; FP-9; FSN-5
OPENING DATE: March 1, 2012
CLOSING DATE: March 14, 2012
WORK HOURS: Full-time; 45 hours/week

ALL ORDINARILY RESIDENT (OR) APPLICANTS MUST HAVE THE REQUIRED WORK AND/OR RESIDENCY PERMITS TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION.

"The American Embassy is seeking for an individual for the position of Admin. Clerk/Chauffeur in the Regional Affairs Office (RAO)."

BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION
Assigned chauffeur duties from the personnel from the Regional Affairs Office (RAO). Must be safety and security conscious at all times. Assisting in coordinating movements of RAO personnel and visiting VIPs and TDYer
A copy of the complete position description listing all duties and responsibilities is available on http://kampala.usembassy.gov/job_opportunites.html

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED
NOTE: All applicants must address each selection criterion detailed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each item.

1. Education required: Completion of Secondary School (both 'O' and 'A') Level is required.
2. Work Experience required: Two years of chauffeur experience is required. One-year experience in assisting and expediting travelers through Entebbe airport is required.
3. Language required: Level III (good working knowledge in both written and spoken) English is required.
4. Knowledge required: Must be familiar with local traffic laws and area traffic patterns is required.
5. Skills and Abilities required: Must have valid local driver's license for light vehicles; must be responsible, self-motivated and works with little supervision. Must be able to perform emergency road service and be able to co-ordinate for road service assistance. Occasionally have to load and unload heavy luggage and packages. Must have connections inside airport security, Civil Aviation Authority, Entebbe Ground Handling Services, and VIP section of Entebbe Airport is required.

SELECTION PROCESS
When equally qualified, US Citizen Eligible Family Members (USEFMs) and U.S. Veterans are given preference. Therefore, it is essential that the candidate specifically address the required qualifications above in the application.

ADDITIONAL SELECTION CRITERIA

1. Management will consider nepotism/conflict of interest, budget, and visa status in determining successful candidacy.

2. Current employees serving a probationary period are not eligible to apply.

3. Current Ordinarily Resident employees with an Overall Summary Rating of Needs Improvement or Unsatisfactory on their most recent Employee Performance Report are not eligible to apply.

4. Currently employed US Citizen EFMs who hold a Family Member Appointment (FMA) are ineligible to apply for advertised positions within the first 90 calendar days of their appointment.

5. Currently employed NORs hired under a Personal Services Agreement (PSA) are ineligible to apply for advertised positions within the first 90 calendar days of their employment unless currently hired into a position with a When Actually Employed (WAE) work schedule.

HOW TO APPLY

Interested candidates for this position must submit the following for consideration of the application:

1. Universal Application for Employment as a Locally Employed Staff or Family Member (DS-174); or

2. A combination of both; i.e. Sections 1-24 of the UAE along with a listing of the applicants work experience attached as a separate sheet; or

3. A current resume or curriculum vitae that provides the same information found on the UAE (see section 3A below for more information); plus

4. Candidates who claim US Veterans preference must provide a copy of their Form DD-214 with their application. Candidates who claim conditional US Veterans preference must submit documentation confirming eligibility for a conditional preference in hiring with their application.

5. Any other documentation (e.g. essays, certificates, awards) that addresses the qualification requirements of the position as listed above.

3A. If an applicant is submitting a resume or curriculum vitae, s/he must provide the following information equal to what is found on the UAE.

Failure to do so will result in an incomplete application.

A. Position Title
B. Position Grade
C. Vacancy Announcement Number (if known)
D. Dates Available for work
E. First, Middle, & Last Names as well as any other names used
F. Date and Place of Birth
G. Current Address, Day, Evening, and Cell phone numbers
H. U.S. Citizenship Status (Yes or No) & status of permanent U.S. Resident (Yes or No; If yes, provide number)
I. U.S. Social Security Number and/or Identification No.
J. Eligibility to work in the country (Yes or No)
K. Special Accommodations the Mission needs to provide
L. If applying for position that includes driving a U.S. Government vehicle, Driver's License Class/Type
M. Days available to work
N. List any relatives or members of your household that work for the U.S. Government (include their name, Relationship, & Agency, Position, Location)
O. U.S. Eligible Family Member and Veterans Hiring Preference
P. Education
Q. License, Skills, Training, Membership, & Recognition
R. Language Skills
S. Work Experience
T. Reference

SUBMIT APPLICATION TO
Human Resources Office
Plot 1577 Nsambya Road
P. O. Box 7007, Kampala
Telephone: 0414-259-791/5
By Fax:
0414-341-863
Or by e-mail:
KampalaHR@state.gov

Deadline: March 14, 2012

Manager Jobs at Presidential Initiative on Banana Industrial Development

Job Title : Stores Manager

Location : Bushenyi
Reports to : Director



Working Relationships

The Stores Manager deals mainly with the Pilot-Plant,TBI-Factory and with staff and stores at the secretariat.

Job Statement

Under direct supervision of the Director and in close consultation with the Finance Manager and the Procurement Officer, the store keeper is responsible for the proper documentation and analysis of all financial transactions and checks supporting documents for payment and purchases and delivery of all goods and services.

Duties and Responsibilities

Aside from being asked to perform other official functions as required, the storekeeper shall perform the following duties and responsibilities:



Duty No.1 performs accounting functions

Responsibilities:

Verifies the goods/items delivered and requested for.
Conducts stock taking-counts as required.
Provides data necessary for f reporting and inputs for budget planning and preparation;
Monitors the status of all receivables,payables,prepaid accounts and undertakes necessary follow up for the purpose of liquidation or settlement;
Maintains proper custody of all accountable stock cards, forms, records and documents and maintains confidentiality of all financial and stores information.
Ensure interior and exterior of store maintained to the project's standards.
Guide employee awareness of safety and emergency procedures.

Working Condition

For him/her to be effective and efficient into the performance of his/her duties and responsibilities, the Stores Manager must be provided with the following:

A small working table with drawers and comfortable chair.
Journals and ledgers.
Filing cabinet

Qualifications:

A first degree in Stores Management related areas or Procurement and Logistics.

Any other qualification is an added advantage.

Minimum Competencies Required

To be able to dispose the above responsibilities, the Bookkeeper should have atleast the following capabilities;

1) Minimum of 2years stores keeping experience in a Government related institution

2) Above average numerical ability

3) Detail- oriented

4) Computer literate, preferably on the use of excel

5) Adequate accounting/financial management skills

6) Keen understanding of the accounting procurement and auditing policies and procedures

7) Ability to work under pressure

8) Incorruptible of high integrity and

9) Very honest dependable and trustworthy.

How to Apply:
Interested applicants to submit applications in both hard and electronic copies addressed to : The Director, Presidential Initiative on Banana Industrial Development PIBID) P.O.Box 35747. Kampala. Plot No.26A,Lumumba Avenue, Kampala. or Email to:officeofdirector@pibid.org Plot 26A, Lumumba Avenue,
P. O. Box 35747 Kampala, Uganda

Deadline:16th March 2012

Accounting Jobs at Presidential Initiative on Banana Industrial Development

Job Title: ACCOUNTANT
Qualification

The position of an Accountant requires some one with 3 years' experience in managing finances of a Prominent Organization preferably a Government Ministry or Project. He or she should possess a Qualification majoring in Accounts or Finance.

Duties and Responsibilities

Aside from being asked to perform other official functions as required by the Finance and Administration manager

He/she shall perform the following duties and responsibilities:

Duty No. 1 Accounting and Financial Management

Responsibilities:

1. Managing ongoing cash and liquidity needs.

2. Designs and co-ordinates accounting, billing and payment systems for BOD - approved Annual Work and Financial Plan;

3. Assists in the conduct of annual external audit preparation and serves as primary staff liaison with auditor;

4. Manages payroll and benefits administration, including those of the branch offices;

5. Develops and updates Financial Management and accounting manuals as needed.



Duty No. 2 Financial and Management Report Production and Co-ordination




Responsibilities:




1. Co-ordinates the preparation of monthly internal statements and other management reports including preparation of analysis, interest earnings, loan portfolio schedules and other materials for book keeping purposes;




2. Prepares the Annual Financial Accomplishment Report for submission of FC and verification by the Internal Auditors;




3. Manages funder reporting requirements for foundation, corporate and government grants and investments;




Duty No. 3 Planning, Budgeting and Internal Controls

Responsibilities:

1. Establishes and maintains adequate treasury control system to handle any fund need.

2. Ensures that all requests for disbursements are within the approved budgets

3. Ensures that all liquidation of expenses are appropriate and properly documented

Duty No. 4 Acts as disbursement officer for all approved payables of the head

Responsibilities:

1. Releases payments, to the TBI and field stations..advances and cash advances to payees, vendors or employees and ensures that payees sign the voucher to acknowledge receipt of cash or cheque;

2. Stamps all disbursement vouchers and supporting documents "PAID" as soon as payment is made and disbursement voucher signed by payee;

3. Enters the transaction into the disbursement ledger;

Duty No.5 Handles collection of whatever payment is due from the Funders,branch offices, employees or other payers

Responsibilities:

1. Receives all cash and cheques from Funders, Field offices, employees or other payers

2. Issues official receipts (OR) for all payments and collections from groups/individuals

3. Deposits payments/collections received as soon as possible and

4. Maintains record of all collections received.

Duty No. 6 Takes custody of all funds (cash/cheques) of the Head Office

Responsibilities:

1. Maintains petty cash fund and follows all related imprest fund procedures for proper handling and maintenance of petty cash including the preparation of fund replenishment summary report

2. Prepares necessary bank slips/forms for cheque deposit/encashment and submits them together with supporting documents for approval for authorized signatory;

3. Keeps custody of un claimed salaries or un released cheques;

4. Prepares daily cash position report for submission to the finance manager

5. Performs and submits to Finance Controller monthly bank reconciliation report;

6. Maintains and regularly updates the cash book; and

7. Ensures that safe is properly handled

Minimum Competencies Required

1) Basic accounting/Financial management skills

2) At least a B.Com(Accounting) graduate

3) Ability to work under pressure

4) Incorruptible, of high integrity and;

5) Very honest, dependable and trustworthy

How to Apply:
Interested applicants to submit applications in both hard and electronic copies addressed to : The Director, Presidential Initiative on Banana Industrial Development PIBID) P.O.Box 35747. Kampala. Plot No.26A,Lumumba Avenue, Kampala. or Email to:officeofdirector@pibid.org Plot 26A, Lumumba Avenue,
P. O. Box 35747 Kampala, Uganda

Deadline: 16th March 2012

Administration Jobs at Presidential Initiative on Banana Industrial Development

Job Title: Finance and Administration Manager

Location : Kampala

Reports to : Director

Working Relationships

The FAM maintains regular contact with the management and staff of the Head Office, particularly with the Director and Bushenyi office. He shall likewise establish close coordination with all financial bodies.

Job Statement

Under the direction of the Director, the FAM shall take overall responsibility in managing the Projects financial and physical resources, as well as in managing the effective and efficient implementations of the Company's management information system. He shall plan, develop and direct financial and administrative policies and practices of the project to ensure that financial objectives, goals and institutional growth are met in accordance with the policies of the Board of Directors and government regulations. More specifically, he shall provide overall management in the areas of administration, financial reporting, cash and investment management, budgeting, planning and management information system.

Duties and Responsibilities

Aside from being asked to perform other official functions are required by the Supervisors shall perform the following duties and responsibilities:

Establishes control measures to ensure the economic viability and operating efficiency of the Company

Responsibilities:

1. Develops and implements financial policies, procedures and controls with prudent management of financial risk, assets/liabilities, and liquidity management (policy, procedures and control for accounting, expense and expenditures, investment, etc );

2. Determines minimum efficiency ratios needed to achieve and maintain economic viability without necessarily compromising the vision, mission, goals and objectives;

3. Informs all concerned on the minimum performance requirements and enjoins them to perform within or better than the desired liquidity and solvency ratios;

4. Develops and manages the financial planning process of PIBID to include annual budget, monthly forecasting and cash flow projections and medium term strategic financial plan;

5. Recommends cost control measures wherever and whenever needed;

6. Maps and sources possible external funds to improve liquidity and solvency;

7. In coordination with the Director, recommends product diversification or product expansion, if warranted;

8. In coordination with the Field Operations Department, monitors closely performance of competitors vis-à-vis PIBID products and services, locates their weak points, and recommend to the Director appropriate strategies where the Company can stand at a comparative advantage over them;

9. Assists Director in conducting business analysis for targeted areas for expansion; and

10. Keeps track PIBID's physical accomplishments as compared to its financial exposure and makes sure that profits are generated out of the products and services delivered.



11. In coordination with the Heads of departments and under direction from the Director, determines reporting requirements, frequency and user of the information.



12. Coordinates preparation of financial reports as well regulatory reports including analysis of financial trends and variances as well as cost analysis as required ;

13. Ensures that developed and installed management information systems are adequately implemented to guarantee timely and accurate report generation and to ensure that prudent financial controls are functioning and maintained:

Working Condition

For the GM to be effective and efficient in the performance of his/her duties and responsibilities, He or she be provided with a minimum of the following:

1. Technical assistance in the installation and maintenance of financial management systems;

2. Adequately-trained finance, administrative and MIS managers;

3. Provision of continuing training opportunities for upgrading financial management skills; and

4. Relevant and concrete direction and support from the Director and the Board of Directors.

Qualifications:

University degree in suitable area preferably in Accounting, Banking/ Finance, Business Management or an equivalent 5 years experience; He or she must hold a Bachelors of Commerce Degree,ACCA or any Post Graduate Degree in Financial Management.

Minimum Competencies Required

To be able to dispose the above responsibilities, theFAM should have at least the following capabilities;

1. Experience in small retail banking financial operations;

2. Experience in training and adult learning behavior for people with no finance/business background;

3. Strong written and oral skills;

4. Financial planning and budgeting, including projections of loans receivable or payable;

5. Preparation of external and internal financial statements/ footnotes;

6. Assessment and improvement of financial systems and procedures;

7. Accounting and financial management, including payroll, audit preparation, Account Receivables, Account Payables, preferably in a microfinance institution;

8. Experience and expertise with computerized Grants/ Loan programs, databases, and MIS systems;

9. Accuracy, attention to details, initiative and ability to manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines; and

10. Interest in helping the poor and marginal sector of the country;

How to Apply:
Interested applicants to submit applications in both hard and electronic copies addressed to : The Director, Presidential Initiative on Banana Industrial Development PIBID) P.O.Box 35747. Kampala. Plot No.26A,Lumumba Avenue, Kampala. or Email to:officeofdirector@pibid.org Plot 26A, Lumumba Avenue,
P. O. Box 35747 Kampala, Uganda

Deadline:16th March 2012

Administrative Officer Jobs Vacancies in Uganda

Job Title: Administrative Officer

Location : Kampala

Reports to : Finance and Administration Manager

Supervises : Drivers and Casual workers

Location Kampala

The successful candidate will report to the Director PIBID

Responsibilities

1. Supervise general office activities;

a. Coordinating secretarial support.

b. Ensuring excellent PIBID client relations.

c. Ensuring that office supplies and consumables are available and in place at all times.

d. Ensuring that effective handling and security of correspondence .and communications.

2. Supervise security and safety of PIBID staff property and equipment including coordinating Private Security Firms.

3. Providing administrative support services including;

a. Maintenance of the Utility services and responsible for utility bills.

b. Maintenance of PIBID office computers and related equipment.

c. Maintenance of PIBID office furniture and equipment.

d. Handling of repairs and or purchase of office furniture and equipment.

e. Coordination with Landlords including rent payments.

4. Supervising administrative staff;

a. Supervising custodian.

b. Supervising vehicle fleet supervisor, including managing vehicle managements and driver.

c. Coordinating fleet routing and other vehicle logistics.

d. Handling routine security matters and supervising work schedules for reception/front desk staff.

e. Supervising the central registry.

f. Management of the Projects fuel cards.



5. You will also be expected to carry out any other duties that are in the interest of PIBID as may be assigned by the Director and to comply with a flexible working schedule.

Qualifications

The candidate should be a holder of a first degree, majoring in Management related areas. Post graduate qualifications are an added advantage.

Knowledge experience

a. Experience of working with Government of Uganda projects.

b. Knowledge of basic fleet management

c. Basic computer knowledge especially spread sheets

Remuneration

Very attractive


How to Apply:
Interested applicants to submit applications in both hard and electronic copies addressed to : The Director, Presidential Initiative on Banana Industrial Development PIBID) P.O.Box 35747. Kampala. Plot No.26A,Lumumba Avenue, Kampala. or Email to:officeofdirector@pibid.org Plot 26A, Lumumba Avenue,
P. O. Box 35747 Kampala, Uganda

Deadline: 16th March 2012

Internal Auditor Jobs in Uganda/ Auditing Jobs in Uganda

Job Title : Internal Auditor

Location : Kampala

Reports to : Finance and Administration Manager

Supervises : Audit Assistants

Location: Kampala

The successful candidate will report to the Director PIBID

Responsibilities:

1. Advising PIBID management and Board and Management Committee on the adequacy of the PIBID's internal control systems.

2. Ensuring the adequacy of the PIBID's internal control systems including auditing revenues, expenditures, assets and liabilities.

3. Ensuring that the PIBID activities are in accordance with the Law and Regulations of Government of Uganda

4. Auditing all procurement and disposal of assets, by PIBID management.

5. Conducting manpower audits for PIBID.

6. Auditing stores, cash and other properties owned by PIBID.

7. Supervising audit work, including carrying out value for money audits; producing quarterly and annual audit reports.

8. Supervising the Audit section staff.

9. Accountable for overseeing all audit operations at PIBID Field Station; TBI, Nyaruzinga Bushenyi; and ITP Sanga.

10. Liaises with all External Auditors.

11. Coordinates Audit findings, dissemination and Audit trainings.

12. Perform any other duties as may be assigned by the Director PIBID and to comply with a flexible working schedule.

Qualifications:

The candidate should be a holder of a first degree, majoring in Accounts. Professional Courses like ACCA are an added advantage.

Knowledge experience

a. Familiarity with Uganda government Accounting procedures and policies.

b. Knowledge of basic accounting packages

c. Basic computer knowledge especially spread sheets

Remuneration

Very attractive

How to Apply:
Interested applicants to submit applications in both hard and electronic copies addressed to : The Director, Presidential Initiative on Banana Industrial Development PIBID) P.O.Box 35747. Kampala. Plot No.26A,Lumumba Avenue, Kampala. or Email to:officeofdirector@pibid.org Plot 26A, Lumumba Avenue,
P. O. Box 35747 Kampala, Uganda

Deadline:16th March 2012

Human Resource Officer Jobs in Uganda

Job Title: Human Resource Officer

Location : Kampala

Reports to : Director

Supervises : Administrative staff



Working relationship

The Human Resource Development Officer deals with the management and staff of PIBID, that is all departments and occasionally with stakeholders/government suppliers etc.

Job statement

The HRD Officer shall take responsibility in the implementation of Human resource Policies and procedures, staff development and welfare management.

Duties and responsibilities

Apart from being asked to perform any other duties by the Director PIBID and BMC, PIBID, the HRD shall perform the following duties and responsibilities;

a. Prepare and recommends HR Unit annual workplan and budget on approval

b. Prepares quarterly performance targets based on the approved plans and budget.

c. Reviews and approves quarterly individual staff commitment plans of the supervision staff.

d. Ensures that all staff under him/her are performing their duties efficiently

e. Evaluates every accomplishment reports every end of quarter.

f. Prepares and submits quarterly accomplishments report of the office.

g. Coordinate activities related to hiring, recruitment, attendance, promotion, transfers, job performance evaluation, training, employee leave, labor disputes/grievances, wage, salary administration, compensation benefits, and allowances.

h. Develops and recommends on HRD interventions like job rotation, job enrichment, career path and progress on scheme, coaching etc.

i. Provides overall supervision in the formulation and implementation of staff training and development.

j. Perform any other duties assigned by the Director/ BMC, PIBID

Qualification:

University Degree in Human Resource Management or Management related areas with a focus on Human Resource Management.

Minimum competencies required

a. Clear grasp and understanding of the National Labour laws and related acts.

b. Supervision and management skills.

c. Knowledge on wage and salary administration.

d. Interviewing skills.

e. Minimum of two year's experience in public sector

f. Strong monitoring and communication skills.

g. Strong leadership and mentoring skills.

h. People yet result oriented

i. Excellent team player.

How to Apply:
Interested applicants to submit applications in both hard and electronic copies addressed to : The Director, Presidential Initiative on Banana Industrial Development PIBID) P.O.Box 35747. Kampala. Plot No.26A,Lumumba Avenue, Kampala. or Email to:officeofdirector@pibid.org Plot 26A, Lumumba Avenue,
P. O. Box 35747 Kampala, Uganda

Deadline:16th March 2012

Presidential Initiative for Banana Industrial Development (PIBID) Jobs in Uganda

Job Title: STORES MANAGER
Position : Stores Manager

Location : Bushenyi
Reports to : Director



Working Relationships

The Stores Manager deals mainly with the Pilot-Plant,TBI-Factory and with staff and stores at the secretariat.

Job Statement

Under direct supervision of the Director and in close consultation with the Finance Manager and the Procurement Officer, the store keeper is responsible for the proper documentation and analysis of all financial transactions and checks supporting documents for payment and purchases and delivery of all goods and services.

Duties and Responsibilities

Aside from being asked to perform other official functions as required, the storekeeper shall perform the following duties and responsibilities:



Duty No.1 performs accounting functions

Responsibilities:

Verifies the goods/items delivered and requested for.
Conducts stock taking-counts as required.
Provides data necessary for f reporting and inputs for budget planning and preparation;
Monitors the status of all receivables,payables,prepaid accounts and undertakes necessary follow up for the purpose of liquidation or settlement;
Maintains proper custody of all accountable stock cards, forms, records and documents and maintains confidentiality of all financial and stores information.
Ensure interior and exterior of store maintained to the project's standards.
Guide employee awareness of safety and emergency procedures.

Working Condition

For him/her to be effective and efficient into the performance of his/her duties and responsibilities, the Stores Manager must be provided with the following:

A small working table with drawers and comfortable chair.
Journals and ledgers.
Filing cabinet

Qualifications:

A first degree in Stores Management related areas or Procurement and Logistics.

Any other qualification is an added advantage.

Minimum Competencies Required

To be able to dispose the above responsibilities, the Bookkeeper should have atleast the following capabilities;

1) Minimum of 2years stores keeping experience in a Government related institution

2) Above average numerical ability

3) Detail- oriented

4) Computer literate, preferably on the use of excel

5) Adequate accounting/financial management skills

6) Keen understanding of the accounting procurement and auditing policies and procedures

7) Ability to work under pressure

8) Incorruptible of high integrity and

9) Very honest dependable and trustworthy.

How to Apply:
Interested applicants to submit applications in both hard and electronic copies addressed to : The Director, Presidential Initiative on Banana Industrial Development PIBID) P.O.Box 35747. Kampala. Plot No.26A,Lumumba Avenue, Kampala. or Email to:officeofdirector@pibid.org Plot 26A, Lumumba Avenue,
P. O. Box 35747 Kampala, Uganda

Deadline:16th March 2012

Jobs at Presidential initiative for Banana Industrial Development (PIBID) in Uganda

Job Title: : Assistant Project Engineer

Location : Bushenyi

Reports to : Project Engineer

Supervises : Contractors and other Engineers



Location:

Technology Business incubator (TBI), Nyaruzinga, Bushenyi District, with occasional travels to the secretariat in Kampala.

Responsibilities:

In Consultation with the project Engineer;

1. Carry out daily monitoring of the works progress by the contractors at the sites.

2. Ensure site works are executed according to specifications and approved standards.

3. Carrying out effective measurement of site works.

4. Making timely in put in reviewing submitted reports by the project service providers (Contractors and consultants)

5. Facilitating timely responses to site technical requirements by the contractors and consultants.

6. Facilitate timely production of progress and management reports.

7. Be the section head of PIBID estates.

8. Develop PIBID's estates management plan and maintenance schedules.

9. Prepare estates maintenance schedules and carry out timely repairs and renovations of the estates.

10. Prepare monthly reports for consideration of the department and management.

11. Participate and present reports in scheduled technical meetings.

12. Monitor the developments at the TBI, consistent with the developed master plan.

13. Participate in the assessment of the performance of all ongoing contracts.

14. Participate in assessment of all claims, certificates and invoices submitted by the contractors and consultants.

15. Participate in preparation of the departmental budgets and work plans.

16. Monitor and supervise projects as instructed by the Project Engineer.

17. Provide all required technical support for the Department.

18. Any other duties as may be assigned by the Project Engineer and Director, PIBID.



Qualifications:

a. Honor Degree in Engineering (Building and Civil Engineering)

b. Demonstrated, administrative and management skills including an understanding of the building regulations and standard procedures.

c. Computer literacy in standard computer packages (Word processing, spread sheet packages and design programs)



Knowledge experience:

Adequate experience in similar job in reputable firms or organizations.

Professional Affiliation: Membership to UIPE.

Remuneration

Very attractive


How to Apply:
Interested applicants to submit applications in both hard and electronic copies addressed to : The Director, Presidential Initiative on Banana Industrial Development PIBID) P.O.Box 35747. Kampala. Plot No.26A,Lumumba Avenue, Kampala. or Email to:officeofdirector@pibid.org Plot 26A, Lumumba Avenue,
P. O. Box 35747 Kampala, Uganda

deadline:16th March 2012

Jobs at Century Bottling Company Limited in Uganda

Job title: AUTO ELECTRICIAN

Century Bottling Company Limited Job Description

INTERNAL ADVERTISEMENT

AUTO ELECTRICIAN(01)

Century Bottling Company Limited is a Franchise Bottler and distributor of Coca Cola Products in Uganda.

As Auto Electrician you will report directly to the Team Leader – Transport.

Responsible for repair and maintenance of all electrical installations on fleet (Heavy trucks that are module circuit controlled, forklifts, small vehicle and directly wired) and equipment.
Daily operational monitoring of all fleet equipment.
Documenting and implementing all daily, weekly and monthly maintenance records in line with our
TCCMS, MDWT requirements.
Handling all electrical breakdowns.
Any other duty assigned by the Team Leader/Trade Services Manager.

Must have attained an MVP part II or Diploma or equivalent experience in Auto Mechanics from a reputable institution.

Knowledge of Actros trucks, Atego trucks, Mercedes trucks diagnosis and battery management.

At least 2years experience working with Light and heavy commercial vehicles.
Must be self motivated, willing to be developed and with a proactive attitude.
Very good written and verbal communication skills.
Excellent at Teamwork and Innovations.


How to Apply

To apply please fill form HR51 and attach CV
Send to Human Resource Manager P.O Box 3990, Kampala.
Closing date for all applications: 16th March 2012

Jobs at War Child Canada in Uganda

Job Title: Country Director, Kampala, Uganda
Closing Date: Monday, 19 March 2012

Position Title: Country Director, Uganda

Location: Based in Kampala with up to 50% travel to Gulu and WCC sub-offices in Northern Uganda.

Benefits: Travel to and from duty site, vacation, R&R leave, accommodation, and insurance as per War Child Canada contractual standards.

Start Date: April – May 2012

Contract: 1 year, provisional on successful performance review after 3 months, with the possibility for renewal.

Reports to: The Country Director reports to the Director, International Programs at War Child Canada Headquarters (Toronto, Canada) on all result areas.

Background:

War Child Canada (WCC), a registered Canadian charity based in Toronto, Canada that provides humanitarian assistance to children and families affected by war, is currently looking for a qualified individual to fill the position of Country Director, Uganda. Founded in 1999, War Child Canada is dedicated to providing urgently needed humanitarian assistance to war-affected children and families. Working cooperatively with local partners and communities, War Child's international projects strive to ease human suffering and to create opportunities in conflict and post-conflict communities through targeted capacity-building in the areas of education, livelihoods and access to justice . WCC is currently working in seven countries: Afghanistan, DRC, Ethiopia, Haiti, Sierra Leone, Sudan and Northern Uganda.

Context:

War Child Canada has been present in Northern Uganda since 2005 implementing the "Access to Justice Program for Women and Child Survivors of Sexual and Gender Based Violence". Through this program WCC seeks to enable women and children survivors to access formal and informal justice systems as well as to address the prevalence of perpetrators' impunity. The program employs a three pronged approach to address the key issues through: awareness raising through educating women and children and their communities; capacity building of local government officers and actors within the legal and justice systems about women's and children's rights, and legal intervention through providing direct legal aid services to survivors of SGBV in need of protection.

War Child Canada operates through two departments: the Outreach Department and the Legal Protection Department. The Outreach Department is responsible for planning and undertaking prevention activities such as mass awareness campaigns and trainings. Outreach fills an education and communication gap to provide awareness of SGBV, particularly concerning legislation and support services from referral networks that exists. The legal department is charged with providing direct legal intervention to survivors of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence using a team of WCC lawyers in order to seek and obtain legal justice on behalf of victims.

Position summary:

WCC's Country Director will be based in Kampala with regular travel to Gulu, Kitgum, Pader and Lira, as required, reporting to WCC's Director of International Programs in Toronto. The Country Director has overall responsibility for leading and managing the WCC country program and operations. The Country Director will establish a country strategic plan until 2015 and ensure that WCC programs and operations are consistent with the strategy. Additionally, the Country Director will ensure that the program is effectively implemented, monitored and evaluated, seeking opportunities for fund development and representation among key networks in Kampala to ensure the sustainability of the program.

Duties:

Management and oversight of War Child Canada's country program - Time: 25%

Overall and final responsibility for the supervision and management of the Uganda country program
Provide support and direction for implementation and follow-up of workplans and logframes for all project activities
Responsible for providing overall oversight for the monitoring and evaluation of projects.
Overall responsibility for budget and financial management of project
Oversee the fulfillment and contractual obligations of all narrative and financial reporting requirements
Oversee the development and management of a Country Strategic Plan, in close collaboration with HQ and field staff
Produce annual plans and reports
Any other duties as required

Fundraising - Time: 25%
Enhance WCC's program through donor engagement and proposal development
Responsibility for in-country fundraising with institutional donors
Actively develop and maintain donor relations
Responsible for the development and completion of funding proposals, in collaboration with HQ

Financial Management - Time: 15%
Overall responsibility for in-country financial management, including reporting to headquarters
Maintain efficient financial controls, accountability standards, procedures and records
Prepare budget and monitor budget-spending; take appropriate action concerning budget/spending deficiencies or surpluses

Maintain network of contacts and representation - Time: 15%
Extensive collaboration and consultation with local and central authorities, INGOs, national NGOs and local communities
Ensure appropriate communications, information exchange and sharing with local partners and with headquarters
Share project 'lessons learned', support communication activities, field visits, etc
Represent WCC in meetings and coordination platforms in Kampala and Gulu

Human Resource Management - Time: 10%
Responsible for the oversight of all WCC staff in Uganda
Oversees the recruitment of local staff as necessary, in consultation with HQ

Security and Logistics Management - Time: 10%
Assist with the administration, security and logistics of WCC offices as required
Maintain internal and external contacts with relevant parties and authorities related to security in order to be well informed about security developments at all times
Final and direct responsibility for security management
Monitor the security context of the country to manage and mitigate security risks
Regularly update and implement WCC's security procedures and plans in coordination with Operations Manager at HQ

Knowledge, Experience, Education, Skills and Other

Knowledge
Relevant academic background (e.g. Masters Degree or equivalent in International Development, Social Sciences, International Relations , Law, etc.)
Demonstrable knowledge and experience of gender and diversity issues
Knowledge of SGBV programs, legal protection, livelihoods and/or child rights

Experience
Minimum of 5 years senior management experience including experience of strategic planning processes
Demonstrated track record in successful fundraising and donor development strategies
Demonstrated track record in project, financial and HR management, including mentoring of national and international staff
Previous experience in Uganda desirable

Skills and Abilities
Demonstrated leadership abilities
Well-developed analytical and strategic planning skills
Detail and team oriented with strong organizational and leadership skills
Effective time-management skills with the ability to multi-task and manage multiple time-sensitive priorities
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with individuals from a range of backgrounds
Ability to manage finances, logistics, and operations
Strong writing and project management skills
Able to work sensitively in challenging and delicate environments

PERSONAL QUALITIES
Affinity with War Child Canada's mandate
Creative, energetic, adaptable and flexible
Stress-resilient to be able to cope with deadlines and complex problems
Able to take initiative, work independently and able to travel regularly

Application process

INTERESTED APPLICANTS ARE INVITED TO SEND A CURRICULUM VITAE AND AN ACCOMPANYING COVER LETTER ELECTRONICALLY TO:

Email: jobs@warchild.ca

Please ensure your application email has the subject heading of 'Country Director, Uganda – [insert name]'

Only those applicants selected for an interview will be notified. No phone calls please. For more information about War Child Canada, please visit www.warchild.ca.

This is a re-posting, previous applicants need not re-apply

Deadline

19th March, 2012

How to apply:

Application process

INTERESTED APPLICANTS ARE INVITED TO SEND A CURRICULUM VITAE AND AN ACCOMPANYING COVER LETTER ELECTRONICALLY TO:

Email: jobs@warchild.ca

Please ensure your application email has the subject heading of 'Country Director, Uganda – [insert name]'

Only those applicants selected for an interview will be notified. No phone calls please. For more information about War Child Canada, please visit www.warchild.ca.

This is a re-posting, previous applicants need not re-apply

Deadline

19th March, 2012

Jobs at Nile Breweries Ltd in Uganda- Agriculture Manager

Job Title: AGRICULTURE MANAGER (2)

Nile Breweries Limited FULL TIME
About this Job:

Nile Breweries Limited, a leading beverage company in Uganda, a subsidiary of SABMiller, and also recognized as the Best Employer – the second largest brewing group in the world seeks to recruit highly motivated, results oriented and dynamic candidates for the post below.

AGRICULTURE MANAGER (2)

DEPARTMENT: LOCAL SOURCING DEVELOPMENT

Key Responsibilities:

The ideal candidate should be able to;

Manage farming and production of local raw materials.
Manage and coordinate service suppliers.
Ensure timely mobilization, recruitment and registration of farmers for barley and sorghum growing.
Maintain a safe , healthy and risk free -working environment.
Develop and register farmer associations at sub- county, district and regional levels.
Ensure that only pure seed supplied by NBL is planted by farmers and at the correct seed rate and NOT any other.
Organize farmer seminars, workshops and demonstration farms to coach farmers.
Identify the acreage and corresponding quantities of inputs that will suffice your area of operation
Ensure world class manufacturing systems are implemented by suppliers
Custodian and Dissemination of new farming information and technologies to farmers on a timely basis
Assist in the recovery of the costs of inputs advanced to farmers
Coach farmers to manage farming as a business on budgeting and production cost calculation to estimate financial requirements
Manage Research and Development.
Cooperative behavior with other people.

Requirement:

The ideal candidate should have;

Bachelors of Science in Agriculture.
2 years’ work experience in a related field
Fluent in English and one major local language
Conversant with Agro-chemical, farms machinery and equipment
Conversant with cereal farming (especially Sorghum and Barley]
High energy, integrity and attention to detail with a balanced personality self-discipline and drive, conceptualizing and innovative thinking, goal orientation and a strong output bias.
Proactive mindset, self-driven, self-starter and with initiative; ability to communicate (verbal and written],
Go getter attitude and should be ready to travel extensively to rural areas.
Computer literate
Driver’s License

Key attributes required:

Supervisory Skills.
Communication Skills.
Negotiation Skills.
Interpersonal Skills.
Decision Making and Advisory Skills.
Training and Coaching Skills.

Salary: - USD/month
Experience: 2
How to apply:

The Company will offer a competitive remuneration package to the successful candidates. Candidates that have relevant experience, know that they meet the above criteria and have what it takes to excel in the above position, should please send their CVs, which should include details of email address (if any), present position, current remuneration

Certificate/testimonials and address of three (3] Referees plus telephone contact to the undersigned not later than 16th March 2012 Note: 1) only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Human Resources Specialist – Technical, Nile Breweries Ltd., P.O Box 762, Jinja/Uganda

Deadline: 16th March 2012

Jobs at Uganda National Bureau of Standards in Uganda- Standards Officer

Job Title: STANDARDS OFFICER

Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) – Posted by The Uganda Jobs – Kampala, Central Region, Uganda
Job Description

Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) is a statutory body under the Ministry of Trade Industry and Cooperatives mandated to coordinate the elaboration of standards and quality of products and services so as to facilitate fair trade, promote local industries and protect consumers. UNBS is currently looking for a suitable and qualified Ugandans to fill the position of Standards Officer.
STANDARDS OFFICER: reports to the Manager, Quality Assurance and will be responsible for sampling of all certified & mandatory products
Key Duties and Responsibilities:

v Head the Sample Coding Unit of UNBS which is the collection of samples from the field for coding and routing and receiving results for interpretation

v Undertake planning, and operationalisation of sampling of products from the field for market as well as certification surveillance conformity assessment

v Ensure integrity of the samples during the process of sampling through coding and other means all through to submission for laboratory analysis

v Prepare daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual reports for the activity in fulfillment of UNBS Quality Assurance Programmes

v Create an inventory and keep records of sampling activity

v Track progress of the samples during the process of analysis of the samples

v Prepare and regularly update sampling guides required for sampling products

v Take good care of the organisation resources assigned to him for the purpose of conducting his/her duties

v Undertake any other duties as may be assigned from time to time

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

v Degree in Food Science, Engineering, Chemistry or, equivalent qualification in relevant Engineering or Science Laboratory Technology

v Should be proficient in computer – Ms Word and Excel, and able to use the Internet

v Minimum of 2 years experience

v Possession of a valid motor cycle riding permit

v Should have self-drive and proven integrity.

Age: Between 25 and 40 years.


How to Apply
Interested persons with the above requirements may submit their applications together with attached copies of all academic qualifications, copies of valid identity cards and detailed CVs with mobile telephone numbers indicated, to the address below in person or by courier latest 5.00pm, Tuesday 27th March 2012.
The Executive Director,
Uganda National Bureau of Standards,
Plot M217 Nakawa Industrial Area,
P.O Box 6329,
KAMPALA.

Deadline: 27th March 2012

Jobs at Electricity Regulatory Authority in Uganda

Job Title: CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Electricity Regulatory Authority – Posted by The Uganda Jobs – Kampala, Central Region, Uganda
Job Description

JOB TITLE : CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

REPORTS TO : AUTHORITY
JOB PURPOSE

To provide strategic leadership through working with the Authority and staff to ensure fulfillment of ERA’s mandate.
KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Stewardship
a. Work with the Authority and staff to define and execute ERA’s mission, communicate it effectively within the Authority, and ensure that it serves continuously as an inspiration and guide.
b. Develop and recommend short and long-term goals, strategies and objectives to the Authority to ensure the maximization of stakeholder values and the long-term success of the Authority.
c. Work with, and provide accountability to the Authority and ensure that the Authority is fully informed about the ongoing business at the Secretariat.
d. Review and report regularly to the Authority matters concerning the Authority’s progress towards the achievement of its goals and all material deviations from the said goals.
e. Work with the Authority to ensure that it is properly constituted and trained to conduct effective governance.
2. Staff Management, Motivation and Development
a. Provide leadership and motivate staff towards fulfillment of the mission of ERA.
b. Initiate changes and innovations at ERA.
c. Create a work environment that is conducive to attracting, retaining and motivating a diverse group of top quality employees at all levels and ensure that effective delegation is observed.
d. Develop and maintain a sound and effective organizational structure and ensure that personnel and systems are in place to appropriately manage the affairs of the Authority.
e. Ensure that there are clear roles and responsibilities and that there is an effective succession plan for all senior positions.
3. Ethical Standards and Accountability
a. Work with the Authority to ensure adherence to ERA’s ethical standards and encourage a transparent culture in which ethical policies are understood. Prevent and manage ethical breaches as they arise including conflict of interest problems.
b. Identify the principal risks of the Authority and ensure the implementation of appropriate systems to mitigate/manage them.
c. Work with the Authority and staff to ensure adherence to accountability standards.

4. Partnership, Regional Cooperation and Corporate Leadership
a. Work closely with other energy agencies in the region for efficient and reliable supply of electricity at equitable prices and identify potential collaboration areas in the region.
b. Ensure a smooth working relationship with Government Ministries and Agencies to properly coordinate, interpret and implement government policies and programs.
c. Ensure that effective communication and appropriate relationships are maintained between the Authority, stakeholders and the public.
5. Financial Leadership
a. Ensure that the ERA budget is developed in a timely manner for consideration by the Authority.
b. Authorize the commitment of funds to capital projects included in the budgets approved by the Authority.
c. Authorize commitment of corporate resources including contracts, transactions and Authority’s strategies, corporate plans and objectives.
d. Take reasonable steps to ensure that the Authority’s assets are adequately safeguarded and optimized in the best interest of all stakeholders.
6. Compliance Leadership
a. Ensure strict adherence to the provisions of the Public Procurement and Disposal of Assets Authority (PPDA) Act in procurement processes.
b. Ensure that all operations and activities of the Authority are conducted in accordance with applicable laws, regulations, good corporate governance principles and practices and any other policies and practices approved by the Authority.
c. Ensure the safe and efficient operation of the Authority and compliance with the Authority’s environmental, health and safety policies, procedures and practices.

COMPETENCIES

Minimum Education & Years of Experience
Competences Required
• Effective communication
• Collaboration/partnership
• Decision making
• Management and vision setting
• Problem solving
• Planning, Leadership and Considerable IT competencies








How to Apply

Mode of Application
Application together with relevant curriculum Vitae and names of 3 referees in sealed envelope marked “Post of Chief Executive Officer ERA” should be addressed to:
The Chairman
Electricity Regulatory Authority
Plot no 15, Shimoni Road
P.O Box 10332
Kampala, Uganda.
Closing Date: 10th April 2012

Qualifications
The applicant must hold at least a Master’s degree in Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Law, Management or Engineering.
Membership of a recognized professional body will be an added advantage. Candidates with engineering degrees must be registered with the Engineer’s Registration Board.
Experience
Candidates must have at least 15 years of working experience, seven of which must be at a senior management level in a similar/equivalent organization. Knowledge of the electricity sector is required. Candidates must demonstrate the level of knowledge they possess as well as their contribution, if any, to the electricity industry.
Age:
• Above 40 years and below 55 years.

Secretary Jobs in Uganda Local Government

Job title: Senior Assistant Secretary
Job Ref: MBL/SAS/004/2012

Duties:
• Managing the implementation of all Districts bye-laws and government policies, projects, programmes and lawful directives; carrying out general administration of the sub county in conformity with Government regulations and policies
• Executing orders and warrants issued by any court of competent jurisdiction

Qualifications:
• An honors Bachelors Degree in Social Sciences, development Studies, Social Work and Social Administration/ business administration
• Certificate in administrative officer’s law from a recognized institution
Experience:
At least 3 years Officers’ law from a recognized institution


How to Apply:

Applications are invited from suitably qualified Ugandans to fill posts in Mbale District Local Government
Applications in triplicate on PSC Form 3 (revised 2008) can be obtained from any office of the chief Administrative Officer or secretary district Service Commission, filled in own hand writing, addressed to the secretary DSC Mbale, P.O box 2434 Mbale
Applicants serving outside the traditional public Service/ Local governments are required to give 3 references one of whom should be his/her current employer, attach only photocopies of their Academic and Professional Certificates, 3 passport size photographs recently taken and an up to date CV

Deadline: 12th March 2012

Personnel Officer Jobs in Uganda

Job Title: Senior Personnel Officer
Job Ref: MBL/SPO/003/2012

Duties:
• Preparing submissions for District Service Commission, in respect of appointment, discipline, study leave and confirmation;
• Carrying out staff performance appraisal for purposes of effecting rewards to deserving staff members, managing the welfare of staff in the local governments
• Preparing departmental work plans, budgets and performance reports

Qualifications:
• An honors Bachelors Degree in Social Work and Social Administration
• Or Human resources management science or social sciences from a university
• A post graduate qualification in human Resource Management or Public Administration and management from a recognized University/ institution is an added advantage

Experience:
Professional working experience of at least 3 years in Human Resource Management at level of personnel Officer in Government or equivalent level of experience from a reputable organization



How to Apply:

Applications are invited from suitably qualified Ugandans to fill posts in Mbale District Local Government
Applications in triplicate on PSC Form 3 (revised 2008) can be obtained from any office of the chief Administrative Officer or secretary district Service Commission, filled in own hand writing, addressed to the secretary DSC Mbale, P.O box 2434 Mbale
Applicants serving outside the traditional public Service/ Local governments are required to give 3 references one of whom should be his/her current employer, attach only photocopies of their Academic and Professional Certificates, 3 passport size photographs recently taken and an up to date CV

Deadline: 12th March 2012

Mbale District Local Government Jobs in Uganda

Job Title: Senior Procurement Officer
Job Ref: MBL/SPRO/002/2012

Duties:
• Procuring goods and services in a timely and cost-effective manner, enforcing adhering of procurement regulations
• Preparing bidding documents and contracts
• Developing appropriate systems

Qualifications:
• Either an honors bachelors degree in procurement,/ purchasing and supplies or Business Administration
• OR full professional qualification in supply chain management plus a post graduate Diploma in public procurement management from a recognized awarding institution
• Should have at least 3 years of relevant experience as a procurement officer from a public reputable organization

How to Apply:

Applications are invited from suitably qualified Ugandans to fill posts in Mbale District Local Government
Applications in triplicate on PSC Form 3 (revised 2008) can be obtained from any office of the chief Administrative Officer or secretary district Service Commission, filled in own hand writing, addressed to the secretary DSC Mbale, P.O box 2434 Mbale
Applicants serving outside the traditional public Service/ Local governments are required to give 3 references one of whom should be his/her current employer, attach only photocopies of their Academic and Professional Certificates, 3 passport size photographs recently taken and an up to date CV

Deadline: 12th March 2012

Jobs in Mbale District Local Government

Job Title: Principal Personnel Officer
Job Ref: MBL/PPO/001/2012

Duties:
• Undertaking administrative duties to facilitate the effective operation of the District Service Commission
• Recording minutes of the DSC meetings and preparing related reports
• Keeping safe custody of the records of DSC
• Advertising vacancies in local governments
Qualifications:
• An honors Bachelors Degree in Human resources Management or social work and social administration or management science
• Post graduate diploma in human resource management or Public administration and management from a recognized University or institution

Experience:
6 years of professional working experience 3 of which should have been at a senior human resource management level in public or reputable organization

How to Apply:

Applications are invited from suitably qualified Ugandans to fill posts in Mbale District Local Government
Applications in triplicate on PSC Form 3 (revised 2008) can be obtained from any office of the chief Administrative Officer or secretary district Service Commission, filled in own hand writing, addressed to the secretary DSC Mbale, P.O box 2434 Mbale
Applicants serving outside the traditional public Service/ Local governments are required to give 3 references one of whom should be his/her current employer, attach only photocopies of their Academic and Professional Certificates, 3 passport size photographs recently taken and an up to date CV

Deadline: 12th March 2012

Corporate Jobs at Stanbic Bank Uganda Ltd

Job Title: Corporate Dealer (SBG 11)
This is a managerial position reporting to the Head of Global Markets Sales. The successful candidate will provide an ongoing efficient and effective service to a portfolio of corporate clients with the aim of maximizing the global markets product turn over and profitability thereof

Key Performance areas
• Achieve turnover and profit targets aligned to the overall treasury objective
• Market knowledge( economic fundamentals): remain up-to-date with current global developments and assemble, disseminate and distribute economic news
• Provide a high level of service and advice to portfolio of clients
• Maximize revenue from clients’ business without taking on market risk

Knowledge and Skills required to perform role:
• A tertiary qualification with appropriate business-related degree or diploma
• A completed ACI Dealing Certificate or one due to be successfully completed within 3 months
Experience:
• Understanding the principles and practice of foreign exchange operations
• Treasury experience in the field of, spot foreign exchange, forward foreign exchange
• Where applicable, understanding the basics of exchange control
• General banking background
• Mathematically inclined and computer literate

Personality Traits:
• Sales/ client centric character
• Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills
• Determination to succeed
• Trustworthiness

How to Apply:
If you believe you possess the necessary skills for the above vacancy, please send your application and detailed CV including present position, names and copies of professional/ academic certificates and day time telephone contact to:

Head of Human Resources,
6th floor, Crested towers, Short tower
Stanbic Bank Uganda Ltd
P.O Box 7131, Kampala

Deadline: 16th March 2012

Jobs at Stanbic Bank Uganda Ltd- Head Market Sales

Job Title: Head of Global Markets Sales
This is a managerial position reporting to the Director, Global Markets.
Key Performance Areas
General Sales
Develops and drives Stanbic Bank Uganda’s Global Markets sales strategy around growing and servicing clients while ensuring that it is in line and supports Stanbic Bank Uganda’s boarder strategy

Knowledge and Skills required:
• Good understanding of financial Institutions Act
• A tertiary qualification in an appropriate business related degree or diploma

Experience:
• An excellent working knowledge of foreign exchange and money markets and an intermediate understanding of other Global Markets products
• A good understanding of macro economics and current market trends
• A good appreciation and knowledge of risk management, covering operational risk, market risk and credit risk
• Experience in high level relationship building and maintenance

Personality Traits:
• Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills
• Sales and marketing personality
• Determination to succeed
• Ability to work under pressure
• Reasoning and negotiation skills
• Motivation skills

How to Apply:
If you believe you possess the necessary skills for the above vacancy, please send your application and detailed CV including present position, names and copies of professional/ academic certificates and day time telephone contact to:

Head of Human Resources,
6th floor, Crested towers, Short tower
Stanbic Bank Uganda Ltd
P.O Box 7131, Kampala

Deadline: 16th March 2012

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