Jobs at Precision Air Services Limited in Uganda

Job Title: COUNTRY MANAGER-UGANDA Precision Air Services Plc is a fast growing private Tanzanian airline which operates in partnership with Kenya Airways, with its strategies to expand wings beyond East Africa and Africa. In order to keep our services at a higher level and meet our customers’ maximum satisfaction we wish to invite applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill in this challenging position. POSITION: COUNTRY MANAGER-UGANDA REPORTS TO: NATIONAL SALES MANAGER DUTY STATION: UGANDA Role Purpose Statement: - To sell Precision Air products and network to achieve the set sales and marketing objectives and targets within the assigned territory. Key Accountabilities/Responsibilities · Develop, execute and drive the Passenger Sales and Marketing plan guaranteeing exposure of Precision Air’s product facilitating delivery of the company’s Sales targets and business objectives in the assigned territory. · Liaise with GSA to build and maintain sales team representation and network to ensure sustenance of profitable sales revenues and market share for Precision Air. · Analysis of business environment to facilitate timely response to developing market trends to maximise on opportunities that arise and minimise adverse impact on company sales. · Monitor competitor activities, evaluate recommend competitive strategy and pricing levels to deliver expected yield, margin and revenue targets · To be the principal administrator for Precision Air in the assigned territory safeguarding PW’s interests. · Provide input and participate in the identification and progress of new business opportunities for revenue growth (through special prorate/ interline agreements /partnerships etc). · Participate in PW’s passenger revenue budget process for the assigned territory. · Assess and propose appropriate incentive schemes to TA, Corporate travel, and Govt so as to enhance productivity, efficiency and maximisation of revenue. · Develop and monitor expenditure budget/actual and control costs. · Any other duties as May be assigned by your Supervisor Minimum Qualifications: · University Graduate or 5 years airline experience sales and marketing. · Proficient in spoken and written English & French Languages · Excellent computer data analysis and presentation skills. · Strong analytical, visionary Planning and organizational skills. · Knowledge of airline business processes is an added advantage. Competencies · High level of integrity, Customer focused and good PR · Decisive and confident and result oriented · Good negotiator, presenter and articulate communicator · Revenue and cost conscious Remuneration and Benefits An attractive remuneration package will be offered to the successful candidate. Closing Date: Not later than 10th May 2012 How to Apply: If you feel you meet the above requirements please send your application and CV to the address below. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted. The Director of Human Resources and Administration Precision Air Services Limited Mail Box 70770 Dar es Salaam Tanzania Deadline: 10th May 2012

Jobs at UMEME in Uganda- Regional Manager

Job Title: Regional Manager Job Ref:UM/OPS/20/04/12 Employment Type: Full-Time Summary: Description: Reports to: Chief Operations Officer Principal Accountabilities Provide overall leadership and management of resources at the regional level through establishing and implementing control mechanisms to deliver company agreed performance levels. Manage the regional Operational Business activities by; Delivering safety and loss reduction targets for the agreed customer base Ensuring timely resolution of customer complaints Developing and supporting strategies for billing all energy Develop operational budgets Develop short and long term plans in compliance with operational Requirements: Required Qualifications Degree in Business Administration or related Field Post Graduate training in a relevant discipline 10 years relevant experience 5 of which should be in leadership position in a commercially driven area Knowledge and Skills Leadership skills Team builder and mentor Strong interpersonal skills Analytical skills Customer focus Ability to solve complex problems Good communicator Commitment Team player with the ability motive a team How to Apply; If you believe you are the right candidate for this challenging position, please send your application together with detailed curriculum vitae to the address below or apply online. Human Resource Manager UMEME at Lugogo Plot 5C 3rd Street Industrial Area Deadline: 11th May 2012

Jobs at Economic Policy Research Centre in Uganda

Job Title: Senior Research Fellow Employment Type: Contract/Temporary Summary: Description: Main Duties Undertake empirical trade and/or regional integration policy research and analysis Engage in commissioned work for and on behalf of the Centre Based on research findings and sound analysis, contribute to national policy discourse Actively participate in national trade and regional integration policy forums Guide research and capacity building activities of Research Fellows and Assistant Research Fellows Mentor and coach Research Fellows and Assistant Research Fellows Requirements: Requirements: Excellent academic background with a Ph.D. in Economics (by coursework and research) with strong bias in trade and economic integration issues from a reputable University Knowledge of external trade issues including trading blocs, bilateral, WTO and EPA Knowledge of international and domestic trade will be an added advantage Proven high level writing skills as primary authorship in publishing research papers, review etc. Evidence of publication of own written articles in either local or international journals Self motivation and capability to work under tight deadlines in a competitive environment High-level interpersonal skills and good communications skills Excellent writing and presentation skills A minimum of five (5) years of postdoctoral research work experience in relevant public or private sector institutions Professional experience of working with reputable research institutions in policy-oriented work Unquestionable integrity The position is for three year contract, with a possibility for renewal subject to satisfactory performance. Attractive and internationally competitive remuneration package including healthcare coverage is offered. How to apply : EPRC is an equal opportunity employer and offers a competitive package including healthcare cover. Applications, including detailed curriculum vitae; names and addresses of three (3) referees (at least one of whom must be a current/former employer), and photocopies of credentials should be sent to the address below. Applicants should indicate clearly on top of the envelope the position applied for. The Chairman, Board of Management Economic Policy Research Centre 51 Pool Road, Makerere Campus P.O. Box 7841 Kampala. Tel: 0414- 540141/540159 Fax: 0414- 541022 Deadline:18 May 2012

Internship Positions in Uganda

Job title: FLAT and finance Intern, Kampala (frequent regional and international travel (40%) Closing Date: Sunday, 27 May 2012 Department: Finance Position: FLAT and Finance Intern Contract duration: 6 months Location: Kampala and Karamoja-Pokot, Uganda Starting Date ASAP I. Background on ACTED ACTED is an independent international, private, non-partisan and non-profit organization that operates according to principles of strict neutrality, political and religious impartiality, and non discrimination. ACTED was created in 1993 to support populations affected by the conflict in Afghanistan. Based in Paris, France, ACTED now operates in 30 countries worldwide, with over 200 international and 4000 national staff. ACTED has a 100 million € budget for over 350 projects spanning 8 sectors of intervention; including emergency relief, food security, health promotion, economic development, education & training, microfinance, local governance & institutional support, and cultural promotion. For more information, please visit our website at II. Country Profile Capital Office : Kampala National Staff : 77 Areas : 2 (Northern Uganda, Karamoja) On-going programmes : 13 Budget : 2.9 M ACTED has been active in Uganda since May of 2007, both in the northern region and Karamoja. In the North, ACTED supports the early recovery process with a specific focus on the needs of returning populations displaced by years of conflict. It also expands access, retention, equity and quality of primary education. In Karamoja, the focus is enhanced food security and resilience to disasters, especially droughts, as well as improving the primary education sector. In 2010, ACTED began laying the foundations for long term economic development by strengthening livelihoods, building community infrastructure, increasing access to markets, and focusing on disaster preparedness and drought early warning. In 2011, ACTED expands its disaster preparedness interventions, responds to early signs of a drought in North Pokot, consolidates DEWS, continues publishing timely and useful drought bulletins, pilots a SMS-based health reporting system in Karamoja, while continuing interventions focused on increasing market access, and capacity building of farmers and pastoralists to strengthen livelihoods. In addition to these long-term development activities, ACTED will maintain an emergency response capacity and will use its experienced and recognized expertise to advocate sustainable cross-border solutions in Karamoja and Pokot, as well as in Northern Uganda. III. Position Profile The position of International FLAT Intern in Uganda will be 50-40% based in Kampala and 50-60% based in the cross border Karamoja-Pokot Area (KPA). While in Kampala, the FLAT intern will be detached to the Country Finance Department under the supervision of the CFM. In Karamoja-Pokot, the FLAT intern will provide support to the Area Coordinator on all FLAT functions depending on priorities identified by the Area Coordinator. As KPA contains 7 bases, the FLAT intern will be expected to undertake extensive travel to fulfill his/her duties. Kampala Duties: Preparation/cross check of Allocation tables Preparation /cross check of Project Budget Follow Up Preparation /cross check of Monthly running cost Preparation/cross check of ATROCE: project cash requirements follow-up Cross-check PRATIC Cross-check of Cash request Cross-check of Contract Follow Up and HR TITANICS Support the country finance team as otherwise required by the Country Finance Manager. Support the capital HR officer in updating the national staff contracts' database, staff personal files and leave follow up. Karamoja-Pokot Duties Finance: Support the Area Finance team in BFU preparation. Support the Area Finance team to develop bi-monthly cash request and cash planning. Verify accountability of Cash for Work payments and support program and finance teams for cash for work planning and disbursements. Support to Drought Early Warning System team to undertake field and training payments Support the finance department in preparing the monthly cash payments schedule to ensure finance team make almost all field payments Support the finance department in preparing the monthly FLAT documentation package sent from the area to the capital office. Logistics Prepare with the Area Logistics teams the vehicle/motorcycle/generator fuel and repair follow up. Support to Area Logistics and Finance departments to close "fuel loans" Verify monthly asset and stock updates. Ensure weekly vehicle planning is undertaken in each base and consolidated at area level Verify compliance with ACTED procurement procedures Support the logistics team in updating the order and delivery follow up Analyze vehicle/motorcycle/generator running costs. Verify vehicle logbooks. Field market surveys Procurement monitoring Administration/HR Verify compliance with ACTED HR procedures, notably in ensuring that personal personnel files are updated and originals transferred to the capital office. Support area Finance/Administration department in preparing the monthly payroll. Verify that premises leases are up to date. Training/Process Documentation of area-specific FLAT compliance practices Hold orientation and refresher trainings for field teams on basic flat procedures IV. Qualifications: Postgraduate diploma in Finance or International Relations Previous related work experience, preferably in the humanitarian field w/knowledge of finance and logistics Postgraduate diploma in relation to the position Excellent English writing and communication skills Ability to work efficiently under pressure Ability to work in an unstable security environment moving Willingness to work and live in often remote areas under basic conditions Ability to work independently and creatively about the land and capital V. Conditions: Field Intern benefits include: a 300 USD per month living allowance, coverage of all accommodation, food, and travel costs, a luggage allowance of 50 kg., and the provision of medical, repatriation, and life insurance. VI. Submission of applications: Please send, in English, your cover letter, CV, and three references to Ref : FLATI/UGA/SA ACTED Att: Human Resources Department 33, rue Godot de Mauroy 75009 Paris FRANCE Fax. + 33 (0) 1 42 65 33 46 How to apply: VI. Submission of applications: Please send, in English, your cover letter, CV, and three references to Ref : FI/SSUD/RW ACTED Att: Human Resources Department 33, rue Godot de Mauroy 75009 Paris FRANCE Fax. + 33 (0) 1 42 65 33 46

Jobs at Mercycorps in Uganda- Deputy Chief of Party

Job Title: Deputy chief of party, Kotido Closing Date: Tuesday, 26 June 2012 Kotido PLEASE APPLY IMMEDIATELY!! PROGRAM/DEPARTMENT SUMMARY: The Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) will play a key leadership role in the implementation of a proposed five-year $50 million program to support agriculturalists, agro-pastoralists, and pastoralist households living across the target districts of Abim, Kotido and Kaabong (Karamoja). GENERAL POSITION SUMMARY: The DCOP will assist the COP in projects oversight, technical, administrative, operational, and logistical management of the project. In absence of the COP; the D/COP will undertake some of the responsibilities. The D/COP with the assistance of other personnel will primarily provide support and technical assistance in livelihood development through improved productivity, market access and business opportunity. Beyond livelihood strengthening, the D/CoP will also support Health/Nutrition and Governance objectives. The DCoP will also assist in the management of the sub-grantees under the award. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Program Implementation: Provide leadership and strategic vision to the Economic Development a component of the MYAP program including workplan, market analysis, Arid Land management, pastoral/agro-pastoral development, partnership selection and management, and overall sector strategy. Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) and Reporting: Facilitate the achievement of program targets and objectives and lead efforts to design effective M&E systems. Oversee the scheduling and production of formal and informal reports on all aspects of the program in a timely and efficient manner. Ensure that M&E staff focus on assisting programs to generate practical information that can be used for ongoing program decision-making while also capturing results at the impact level. Staff Management, Professional Development and Team building: In close partnership with the COP, create a work atmosphere conducive to professional growth and development of excellent personnel at all levels. Implement, and ensure all staff are effectively using, the performance planning and management system, establishing performance expectations and regularly providing constructive feedback. Promote accountability by conducting staff annual performance reviews with direct supervisees, and ensuring that supervisory staff do the same. Organizational Learning As part of Mercy Corps' agency-wide Organizational Learning Initiative, all team members are responsible for spending 5% of their work time in formal and/or non-formal professional learning activities. Accountability to Beneficiaries Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts towards accountability, specifically to our beneficiaries and to international standards guiding international relief and development work, while actively engaging beneficiary communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects. --> SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY:--> Direct supervision of: Econ Development program team REPORTS DIRECTLY TO: Chief of Party WORKS DIRECTLY WITH: Partners, program staff, support staff in Karamoja and Kampala. KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE: MA/S in international development, livestock, agriculture, economics, or related field of study 5-10 years of overseas experience. Strong understanding of U.S. government compliance issues Strong written and oral communication skills in English, including report development, writing and editing. Strong management skills, with good understanding of relevant cross-cultural issues. Experience in value chain development, facilitation and agribusiness is added advantage Previous experience with Food for Peace Title II programming,required. Previous experience in Africa and East Africa preferred. SUCCESS FACTORS: Excellent verbal and written communication skills, M&E skills and experiences. Good inter-personal relationships and networking; and established relationship with and/or substantive knowledge of key players in pastoralists and livestock sectors. LIVING CONDITIONS/ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS: The Deputy Chief of Party will be based in Kotido and manage activities in the Kotido, Kaabong and Abim Districts. This is an unaccompanied post in an insecure environment. How to apply: Apply online at our website: Deadline:26th June 2012

Jobs at International Rescue Committee in Uganda- Logistics Manager

Job Title: Logistics manager, Kampala with periodic travel to the field Closing Date: Friday, 11 May 2012 The IRC in Uganda is actively seeking a dynamic individual who will provide leadership and direction to the logistics function of the agency. He/ She is responsible for managing all logistics activities and the analysis and documentation of all logistics information with regards to procurement, assets and inventory, fleet management and ICT. The Logistics Manager reports to the Deputy Director, Operations and is a key staff member in the management of the country office logistics. He/ She links with the IRC Uganda Field Offices, the New York HQ, regional logistics and ICT personnel. Responsibilities Develop in-country logistics policies and procedures, initiate and lead the roll-out of new policies in all locations. Monitor compliance to global and in-country policies and protocols in the country program. Ensure reduction of operational costs and wastage in the logistics functions and procurement of quality supplies and services by IRC. Lead the process of identifying and documenting contracted and authorized suppliers in all locations and ensure market and contract reviews are carried out as appropriate. Submit annual overview of contracted and authorized suppliers to IRC HQ. Monitor the IRC fleet management in all locations, ensuring efficient and responsible vehicle allocation and use. Ensure the proper management and documentation of assets & inventory and asset disposal and act as focal point for asset insurance matters (in-country and IRC HQ Global Insurance) Ensure IT systems are safe and in good working order, data are backed-up regularly and IT support is provided to staff as and when needed. Liaise with Global IT department for technical support to the country program in general and the IT officers in particular. Manage the contract with the security guard service provider, including but not limited to compiling, reporting and following up on incidents occurring at guarded IRC premises throughout the country. Ensure implementation of the IRC Uganda Security Management Plan Requirements At least 5 years of experience in Logistics management with NGO's. In-depth knowledge of logistics policies and procedures. Hands-on experience in Field Offices strongly preferred. Qualification in Logistics or Supply Chain Management or similar field. High level of familiarity with computer word-processing, spreadsheet and database packages essential. Demonstrated excellence in training and capacity-building of staff in logistics management. Strong team-player, excellent leadership, communication and inter-personal skills, ability to work independently. Demonstrable experience in human resources, financial and operations management of large teams . How to apply: Send CV and cover letter clearly indicating the position applied for to: The Human Resource and Administration Manager, International Rescue Committee, P.O. Box 24672 Kampala; OR Email: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted, and any form of canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification. Deadline:11th May 2012

Jobs at Management Sciences for Health in Uganda

Job Title: Finance/Administrative Deputy Chief of Party, Mbale, Uganda Closing Date: Tuesday, 08 May 2012 OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES: The Director of Finance and Administration is responsible for overseeing the administrative and financial management and accountability requirement of the District Basted HIV/TB Program in Uganda. S/he also serves as the Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) for the project and assists the Project Director with project management (including operations, human resources finance management, and team building), assessing project progress against benchmarks, organizing monthly staff meetings, and supervising project support functions. The Finance/Administrative Deputy Chief of Party is responsible for ensuring that the Project functions efficiently in all financial and administrative matters, and supervise the Administration & Operations Specialist and the NGO Development Advisor to develop and monitor finance and operations aspects of the project. S/he will provide oversight to all subcontract management issues. Additionally, s/he collaborates with the Project Director in assuring that all technical activities under the Project are implemented in a timely and effective manner and in compliance with the terms of the Project contract. S/he will also contribute technical assistance to the institutional capacity building and performance improvement activities of the collaborating partners. The Finance/Administrative Deputy Chief of Party is knowledgeable of and adheres to MSH's Procurement Integrity standards and procedures in all project management responsibilities. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES: Oversee and supervise the NGO Development and finance and operational aspects of the project. Ensure that the project's internal management, budgeting, procurement, financial contracting and personnel systems operate smoothly and are consistent with USAID and MSH policies, rules, and procedures. Collaborates with the Project Director in managing progress of Project activities and assuring that performance goals are met by monitor the quality of the work and financial management of all subcontractors, partners, and collaborating agencies under this contra. Act in place of Chief of Party in his or her absence. Participate as part of the senior management team in all meetings with USAID, MOH at all levels, and other organizations as needed. Serve on the MSH Senior Management Team to participate in joint operations and shared program discussions. Interact regularly with operational and technical staff in the U.S.-based home office. QUALIFICATIONS: Advanced degree in public health or management. Extensive experience managing public health programs. Experience in managing grants or contracts for NGOs Knowledge of USAID or other USG assistance policies and procedures. Extensive experience in international development programs in Uganda and other African countries. Experience with HIV/AIDS & TB projects preferred. Excellent planning, management and organizational skills. Proven, effective leadership skills. Superior ability in developing effective interpersonal relations hips, negotiation and conflict management . Fluent in English. How to apply: Please go to our website . Search under Employment Opportunites, job number 12-4723. Deadline:8th May 2012

Jobs at Central Asia Development Group in Uganda

Job Title: Technical Experts Needed, Uganda Closing Date: Saturday, 30 June 2012 Organization: CADG Organization Information: Project Summary: The Program for Agricultural Inputs Development (PAID) seeks to address stagnant production levels and declining soil fertility through increased access to high quality agricultural inputs. Uganda has relatively low agricultural productivity for a variety of reasons: poor agronomic practices, low quality germplasm, declining soil fertility, losses due to pests and disease, and poor post-harvest handling practices, all contribute to an agricultural system failing to meet its potential. The overall objective of this program is increased production of maize, beans, and coffee through the appropriate use of high quality agro-inputs. Improving the availability (physical distribution), access (affordability and quality), and utilization (knowledge of inputs and safe usage) of high quality agro-inputs in FTF focus districts, will result in higher yields and incomes for target farmers. Technical Experts Required: Capacity building of local farmers, organizations and government Supply-Chain/Marketing Agrochemicals Harvesting & Post-harvest: Maize, Beans, Corn, Coffee Livelihood/Education Specialist: Agricultural Youth/Gender/Disability Programs Experience with local government and local organizations/NGOs Input Regulation: Counterfeit products Quality control Government policy review Seed: Quality control Access Monitoring and Evaluation Innovation – Sustainable and scalable across the value chain: Introducing new technology Developing business skills How to apply: Interested applicants should send CV/resume, by email to: Please include "Technical Experts -Uganda" in the subject line and specify which area(s) of expertise you possess. Deadline: 30th June 2012

Inter-University Council for East Africa Jobs in Uganda

Job Title: DRIVER/CLERK INTER-UNIVERSITY COUNCIL FOR EAST AFRICA LAKE VICTORIA RESEARCH INITIATIVE (VICRES) JOB OPPORTUNITY Job Title: DRIVER/CLERK Inter-University Council for East Africa (IUCEA) is one of the strategic institutions of the East African Community responsible for promoting, developing and coordinating human resources development and research in the region. IUCEA is implementing a regional research programme – Lake Victoria Research Initiative (VicRes) – currently in Phase 3 (2009-2014) with financial support from the government of Sweden through the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida). IUCEA wishes to recruit a Driver/Clerk for the VicRes programme on temporary terms. Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified Ugandans for the post. DETAILS OF THE POST Employment terms: Contract Duration of contract: One year renewable subject to satisfactory performance Duty station: IUCEA Secretariat located on 3rd Floor East African Development Bank Building, Plot 4 Nile Avenue, Kampala, Uganda. Application deadline: 27th May 2012 at 12:00 p.m. Experience, knowledge and skills: i. Clean and accident free driving record with defensive driving skills. ii. Ability to drive vehicles in class C (omnibus) and D (light vehicles) iii. Working experience as a Driver/Clerk in a busy organization is essential. iv. Familiarity with basic office work and procedures are desirable. Qualification: Holder of ‘O’ level Certificate of Education or its equivalent. Duties and responsibilities: (1) Transporting staff while on duty (2) Cleaning and maintaining vehicle (3) Reporting any problems with the vehicle that requires immediate intervention (4) Undertaking basic office tasks (cleaning, photocopying, filing documents, collecting and delivering documents) (5) Any other duties assigned from time to time 1 How to Apply: Applicants who meet the above criteria should send their applications including the most recent Curriculum Vitae (CV) and three (3) reference letters to the undersigned marked “Application for the post of Driver/Clerk”. Executive Secretary Inter-University Council for East Africa 3rd Floor EADB Building Plot 4 Nile Avenue P.O. Box 7110 Kampala 2 Deadline: 27th May 2012

Jobs at Inter-University Council for East Africa in Uganda

Job Title: ACCOUNTS CLERK INTER-UNIVERSITY COUNCIL FOR EAST AFRICA LAKE VICTORIA RESEARCH INITIATIVE (VICRES) JOB OPPORTUNITY POST: ACCOUNTS CLERK Inter-University Council for East Africa (IUCEA) is one of the strategic institutions of the East African Community responsible for promoting, developing and coordinating human resources development and research in the region. IUCEA is implementing a regional research programme - Lake Victoria Research Initiative (VicRes) – currently in Phase 3 (2009-2014) with financial support from the government of Sweden through the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida). IUCEA wishes to recruit a Accounts/Clerk for the VicRes programme on temporary terms. Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified Ugandans for the post. Employment terms: Temporary Duration: Three (3) months Reporting to: VicRes Programme Accountant Application deadline: 27th May 2012 at 12:00 p.m. Duties and responsibilities/job description 1. Assist in capturing financial data in SOLOMON accounting system. 2. Assist in preparing VicRes journal vouchers (JVs) and Local Purchase Orders (LPOs). 3. Assist in reconciling of invoices and prepare necessary documents before payments. 4. Prepare payments for settlement of outstanding obligations. 5. Filing of accounts documents. 6. Updating ledgers of research funds. 7. Receiving and recording incoming mails and bringing them to the attention of the Programme Accountant. 8. Dispatching outgoing accounts mails in consultation with the Programme Accountant. 9. Record accountabilities submitted by researchers and prepare them for analysis. 10. Assist in preparing VicRes management reports. 11.Carry out any other duties assigned by the Programme Accountant from time to time. Qualifications and skills The Accounts Clerk shall be a holder of a degree in Commerce (Accounting or Finance), Business Administration (Accounting or Finance) or other relevant qualification from a recognized university. He/she should be computer literate; possession of practical knowledge of SOLOMON accounting software and familiarity with accounting procedures of the East African Community or its organs and institutions are added advantages. Duty station Lake Victoria Research Initiative Regional (VicRes) Coordination Office located in the Inter-University Council for East Africa (IUCEA) Secretariat, 3rd Floor EADB Building, Plot 4 Nile Avenue, P.O. Box 7110, Kampala, Uganda. How to Apply: Applicants who meet the above criteria should send their applications including the most recent Curriculum Vitae (CV) and three (3) reference letters to the undersigned marked “Application for the post of Accounts Clerk”: Executive Secretary Inter-University Council for East Africa 3rd Floor EADB Building Plot 4 Nile Avenue P.O. Box 7110 Kampala Deadline: 27th May 2012

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