Nutritionist Jobs Vacancy at Concern Worldwide in Uganda

Job Title: Senior Nutritionist MYAP, Nakapiripirit, Uganda
Closing Date: Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Reference: ES/SN/UG Country: Uganda Job Title: Senior Nutritionist MYAP

Contract Grade: B Contract Length: 2 years Date Needed By: September 2012 New Post or Replacement: New Accompanied / Unaccompanied: Unaccompanied Exact Job Location: Nakapiripirit District, Karamoja region, Uganda. This is not finalized as in initial months the position may be based from Moroto, also in Karamoja. This is dependent on the strategy for programme roll-out and will be finalized in July/August. Reports To: Health & Nutrition Director MYAP Responsible For: S/he will have 3 direct reports including one Nutrition Counterpart, a junior Nutritionist and a Behavior Change Specialist. (National Positions) Liaises With: Support Nutritionist (Kampala), Concern Technical staff (USA and Dublin), Karamoja region Nutrition Stakeholders at government, UN and NGO level Job Purpose: The Senior Nutritionist is responsible for technical oversight of all nutrition components of RWANU, implemented by Concern. RWANU takes a preventive approach to reducing malnutrition, focusing on the first 1,000 days of life. The health and nutrition component of the program will provide basic health care for women and children; social and behavior change (SBC) activities for key health, nutrition, and hygiene behaviors, as well as blanket preventative food rations for pregnant and lactating women and children 6-23 months of age. The Senior Nutritionist manages and builds the capacity of the local nutrition team and designs and supports the implementation technical inputs.

Main Duties & Responsibilities:

    Line management and mentoring of Nutrition Counterpart , Junior nutritionist and SBC specialist
    Responsibility for the delivery of Nutrition related project components in line with RWANU technical narrative and quarterly and annual work plans & targets
    Supervising technical components of the project including all nutrition related training, food basket monitoring process, community level nutrition training and surveillance and technical support to Integrated Management of Acute Malnutrition (IMAM) services. This will include mentoring and training of project staff (8 Health Educators and approximately 26 Health Promoters) and health facility staff.
    Liaise with local government, District Health Teams and nutrition stakeholders for the smooth implementation of nutrition related project components.
    Keeping the team and project partners up to date with new innovations in the delivery of nutrition programmes, negotiating with stakeholders' adjustments to programme plans or new interventions as necessary.
    Managing, supervising, providing ongoing technical support and leadership to nutrition staff located across the Karamoja region
    Leads on the operational research, in conjunction with the Health and Nutrition Director, including developing ToRs, supervising the consultants and ensuring the report findings are disseminated and adopted in the programme.
    Manage the compilation of nutritional or other related data, analyze and lead on all nutrition related reporting.
    Represent Concern at Nutrition related meetings/events in Karamoja region.
    Deputize for Health and Nutrition Director- MYAP in their absence from project area.
    Ensure gender and HIV and AIDS are mainstreamed into all project activities
    As required attends partner and other stakeholders meetings and undertakes joint project supervision with relevant stakeholders

    PERSON SPECIFICATION ESSENTIAL Masters' degree in Nutrition Desirable: Medical/ Nursing/ Health Education background 2. Experience Required: Essential: - Five years' experience in nutrition field with minimum 2 years working on applied nutrition issues including household-level consumption, nutrition related behavior change & care group models. - Two years' experience in programme/team management - Understanding of the first 1000 days approach for the prevention of malnutrition. - Experience in clinical supportive supervision for CMAM/IMAM - -Experience in managing and building capacity of diverse teams - Experience in negotiating project technical inputs with a variety of government and non-government stakeholders - Experience in managing projects in challenging environments - Familiarity with working on nutrition in development & Emergency related contexts. Desirable: -Prior Experience with USAID projects, procedures, and prior experience with USAID Title II projects is highly preferred. 3. Special Skills, Aptitude or Personality Requirements: Essential characters:
    Leadership and people management skills
    Analytical thinking
    Ability to work and live in difficult environments
    Curious and seeking to understand various perspectives (beneficiary, community, local government, staff)
    Cultural awareness and flexibility
    Ability to manage oneself, a large team and deliver results
    Proactive and problem solver
    Essential Skills
    Technical skills nutrition programming in a development context
    Good participatory planning skills
    Excellent Relationship building and communication skills
    Ability to analyze data writes project reports to a high standard 4. Any Other Special Requirements (e.g. international driving license, specific computer skills etc.) Proficiency in MS Office, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint Presentation, Outlook express and internet) and Nutrition data analysis packages.

    Concern Worldwide is an Irish-based non-governmental, international, humanitarian organization dedicated to the reduction of suffering and working towards the ultimate elimination of extreme poverty in the world's poorest countries. Concern has a Staff Code of Conduct and a Programme Participant Protection Policy which have been developed to ensure the maximum protection of programme participants from exploitation and to clarify the responsibilities of Concern staff, consultants, visitors to the programme and partner organization, and the standards of behavior expected of them. In this context staff have a responsibility to the organization to strive for, and maintain, the highest standards in the day-to-day conduct in their workplace in accordance with Concern's core values and mission. Any candidate offered a job with Concern Worldwide will be expected to sign the Programme Participant Protection Policy and the Concern Staff Code of Conduct as an appendix to their contract of employment. By signing the Programme Participant Protection Policy and the Concern Staff Code of Conduct candidates acknowledge that they have understood the contents of both the Concern Staff Code of Conduct and the Programme Participant Protection Policy and agree to conduct themselves in accordance with the provisions of these two documents. Concern receives a substantial amount of funding from external donors each year. Increasingly donors are introducing requirements whereby future funding is conditional on Concern ensuring that the names of any new employee or volunteer do not appear on terrorism lists generated by the European Union (List of person, groups and entities to which Regulation (EC No. 2580/2001 applies), the US Government (Office of Foreign Assets Control list of specially designated Nationals and Blocked Persons) and the United Nations (Consolidated List). Any offer of employment (either paid or voluntary) with Concern Worldwide will not be made pending a clearance check being conducted on the applicant. For additional information please consult our web site or contact the Human Resource Division in our Head Office. Concern Worldwide is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

    COUNTRY & ROLE SPECIFIC INFORMATION (AS PER PREVIOUS JOB REQUISITION) to be removed for Empower version of JD Brief outline of country programme: The Concern Uganda Country Programme strives towards a Uganda where absolute poverty is eliminated and social equality exists. Efforts are made to ensure that programme locations are in the poorest areas of the country and that the most vulnerable benefit from programme activities. Concern aims to develop and utilize right's based and capacity building approaches in all programme areas, by working with and through groups of civil society and where appropriate local government structures.
    At the time of writing Concern is currently operating in three areas, Amuria and Pader in Northern Uganda and Karamoja Region in Northeast Uganda. In total Concern is working with 9 CSO partners, one private sector organisation and local government partners in the WASH and Nutrition sectors.
    Karamoja: Karamoja is the least developed region in Uganda. Populated primarily by pastoralist and agro pastoralist communities the region has the highest levels of poverty, poorest health and nutrition indices and lowest level of literacy in Uganda. Concern has two programmes in the Karamoja region, Integrated Management of Acute Malnutrition (IMAM) and Vocational skills and training (VST) and is increasing its programming with the introduction of RWANU, a five year programme in 4 districts focussing 1000 days approach for mothers and children.

    IMAM. The IMAM programme works with 4 District health teams in Abim, Kotido, Amudat and Nakapiripirit Districts in Karamoja. Concern's team of 4 technical staff work with district health teams and staff of over 50 health facilities building capacity and providing technical oversight for integrating management of acute child malnutrition. In addition, Concern trains Community Health teams in nutrition components of the National VST syllabus and support them to screen and refer children suffering from severe malnutrition. The programme team is based in Nakapiripirit district with a sub-office in Abim district. This programme is co-funded by UNICEF and is due to be completed by November 2012 VST The VST programme is implemented in partnership with four local NGOs namely Matheniko Development Forum (MADEFO), Karamoja Women Umbrella Organisation (KAWUO), Action for Poverty Reduction and Livestock Modernisation in Karamoja (ARELIMOK) and HAPPY COW in the districts of Moroto, Nakapiripirit and Napak. The project seeks to improve livelihood security for 1,880 women and warriors (Karachunas) through expanding income generating options through vocational training, business skills development and improved literacy. The programme is managed from Concern's regional office in Moroto but a component of Functional Adult Literacy is managed from Nakapiripirit and targets women in the IMAM programme. Resiliency through Wealth, Agriculture and Nutrition (RWANU)- the programme for which the position is being recruited. An anticipated Title II Development Food Aid Program in Uganda. This non-emergency program will be implemented in partnership with ACDI/VOCA and WHH (Alliance partner German Agro Action) . The five–year Resiliency through Wealth, Agriculture, and Nutrition in Karamoja (RWANU) program focuses on two strategic objectives to reduce food insecurity among vulnerable rural populations: (1) improved availability and access to food; and (2) reduced malnutrition in pregnant and lactating mothers and children under five. The programme takes a preventive approach to reducing malnutrition, focusing on the first 1,000 days of life when conditional food rations will have the highest impact. Meanwhile, the program will promote diversified livelihoods strategies to ensure long-term food security and resilience to shocks. Through technical oversight and guidance, RWANU activities will strengthen the capacity of households and communities as well as public and private stakeholders five. Concern is responsible for the delivery of Strategic Objective (2). The health and nutrition component of the program will provide basic health care for women and children, social and behavior change (SBC) activities for key health, nutrition, and hygiene behaviors, as well as blanket preventative food rations(distributed by ACDI-VOCA) for pregnant and lactating women and children 6-23 months of age. The programme will use the Care group model as a central plank for delivery of programme activities in 4 districts.

    Pader: Pader, in the North of Uganda was severely affected by over 30 years of conflict and internal displacement as a result of the activities of the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA). Concern has been working in Pader since 2005, initially providing water in the IDP and transit camps servicing displaced people. Since 2008 programming is focussed on assisting people to return to villages of origin and restart livelihood activities and capacity building for water provision at district and community level. Current programmes are as follows: Support to Returnees Settlement and Livelihood Recovery. This project is implemented in partnership with local NGOs (VEDCO, WORUDET and Uganda Land Alliance) as well as private sector companies (Shares!). The project is supporting early and long term livelihood recovery for the retuning and resettling population through supporting these households to increase agricultural production, improve food consumption and access to income. Farmers are supported with seeds, livestock, and farm tools; they receive extension services and learn new technologies through farmer field schools. The project also supports equitable access to and utilisation of land and supports initiatives to resolve land disputes, create awareness on land rights and increase more access to and utilisation of land among women. It also seeks to address gender based violence through counselling services, information and referral and support services for victims. Sustainable Water and sanitation Service Delivery. This project implemented in partnership with the Pader Local Government District Water Office. The aim is to ensure sustainable access to safe water supply and basic sanitation or formerly displaced persons in six sub counties in Pader district. This is being achieved through building accountable and sustainable mechanisms for effective service delivery for water, sanitation and hygiene. The project directly targets 3,615 people in local government structures at village, parish, sub-county and district levels. The project is co-funded by Austrian Development Cooperation and will operate till mid-2013. Amuria: Similar to Pader, people in Amuria were severely affected by LRA activity in addition to experiencing cattle raids from neighbouring Karamojong tribes and frequent episodes of flooding and drought. In Amuria Concern has one programme focussing of livelihoods. Sustainable and Equitable Wealth Creation in Amuria: This project is implemented through local NGO partners (VEDCO, CIDI and Uganda Debt Network) as well as collaborating with a private sector company (Shares!). It targets 4,800 vulnerable households in 4 sub-counties in Amuria District. The aim is to increase food security through the diversification of and increase in household agricultural production. There is a specific focus in enabling better, more equitable access to market. Marketing committees have been formed and trained, bulking stores have been constructed and farmer groups are already selling produce through the store and getting better returns on their products. The project also supports marginal farmers to take part in local government planning and budgeting processes. The project is co-funded by Comic Relief UK and runs until 2014. Brief outline of political situation: The present government of Uganda is the elected government of the National Resistance Movement under President Museveni. Since Museveni came to power in 1986 the country has enjoyed a period of relative stability. The major power brokers are the NRM, headed by Museveni and Forum for Democratic Change – FDC headed by Dr Kiiza Besigye. Since 2011 elections there have been frequent walk to work protects lead by opposition members protesting about high cost of living. Police tend to use strong-armed tactics in controlling public demonstrations and protests often result in violence, arrest and detention. Uganda has an active civil society and a reasonably free media, though this freedom is occasionally curtailed when the government perceives a conflict with national interest. High levels of poverty, high cost of living, a large youth population with low employment opportunities continue to be obstacles to development within Uganda. Uganda is also affected by regional instability in neighbouring Sudan and DRC and has approximately 190,000 refugees as a result of various conflicts in the region. Oil has been discovered recently in western Uganda; revenues to the exchequer are expected to eventually match levels currently contributed by development Aid. However there are justifiable fears over accountability, transparency and responsible utilisation which could impact on the goal of Uganda reaching middle income status. Description and location of accommodation: Will be accommodated in Concern field accommodation and sharing with one other international staff, Health & Nutrition Director. The location is in a hardship area (Karamoja) and will have a Hardship allowance. The accommodation will be furnished, have solar/ generator power, fridge, TV with satellite link. Description and location of workplace: Karamoja is classified as a hardship area (Concern classification). The area is relatively isolated with a small international community. There are few amenities, travel times to the capital Kampala is approximately 10 hrs. and the location is not suitable for dependents. Security has improved significantly in the last few years though security considerations are still a primary consideration for travel purposes. Off duty transport available: Yes within, Nakapiripirit or Moroto, the project base. Will have to take and pass Concern driving test. Required documentation for visa/work permit: 1. Copy of appointment / offer letter (Signed copy – Dublin HR) 2. Copy of contract (Signed copy – Dublin HR) 3. Copies of academic certificates (only higher degree – employee + Dublin HR) 4. 6 passport size photos (employee + Dublin HR) 5. Copy of passport including entry page and the page with photo and details (employee + Dublin HR) 6. Cover letter from Concern Uganda (Uganda) 7. A copy of concern's registration with the NGO board in Uganda (Uganda) 8. A copy of Concern's registration with the registrar of companies in Uganda (Uganda) 9. Police letter (police clearance) from home country (employee + Dublin HR) 10. Filled application forms (original) (you'll manage locally) (Uganda) 11. Curriculum vitae (CV) (employee + Dublin HR) Anticipated wait for visa/permit (weeks): 2-6 months. This can be applied for once an appointment is made and will not affect ability to work while being processed. Why expatriate necessary: To develop and train Project Nutrition team tasked with the delivery of a large and complex programme. National counterpart to be trained: Yes, a Nutrition Counterpart, National position, will be identified.

    Any health, safety & security risks associated with this post: Please record the noted risks to health & safety (including security) associated with this post, its location and the recommended preparation/training. PREPARATION/TRAINING

    HEALTH RISKS PREDEPARTURE IN COUNTRY

    Most will be covered during induction: 1. CWW general health and safety Yes Yes 2. CWW Critical Illness policy Yes Yes 3. CWW other policies (4Ps, Equality, CTP) Yes Yes 4. CWW Systems related policies and procedures Yes Yes Project funding confirmed: Awaiting funding decision From whom: USAID For what period: 5 years starting Sept 2012 Government approval: Yes If not, when anticipated: Once Funding decision is received Recommended pre-departure training: . Are there pre departure training courses which in your opinion would be particularly useful for this post? CWW policies and procedures in relation to Health & Nutrition programming 2. Are there any particular topics the assignee could be researching during pre-departure phase? 3. What language(s) will be most relevant in carrying out this job? English 5. Would pre-departure language training (if available) be desirable? Not needed 6. Is there any other relevant information we should be aware of in recruiting for this position? None 1. What in country training arrangements have been made for the assignee? There will be in-depth induction on arrival on the overall programme implementation and roles/responsibilities of the post. 2. Is specific language knowledge essential for this post? If yes, please give details? Not needed 3. What facilities are available in country for Language Training? Uganda is English speaking country. Therefore, there is no need for language training Any other relevant information: Concern receives a substantial amount of funding from external donors each year. Increasingly donors are introducing requirements whereby future funding is conditional on Concern ensuring that the names of any new employee or volunteer do not appear on terrorism lists generated by the European Union (List of person, groups and entities to which Regulation (EC No. 2580/2001 applies), the US Government (Office of Foreign Assets Control list of specially designated Nationals and Blocked Persons) and the United Nations (Consolidated List). By submitting a formal application for paid or voluntary employment to Concern, you agree to Concern carrying out a clearance check as outlined above and that Concern will not proceed to recruit you should your name appear on any of the aforementioned lists.

How to apply:

All applications should be submitted through our website at https://jobs.concern.net by closing date…. CV's should be no more than 4 pages in length. All candidates who are short-listed for a first round interview will be notified via email after the application deadline OR Due to the urgency of this position, applications will be short listed on a regular basis and we may offer posts before the closing date.


Deadline: 28th August 2012



Auditing Assistant Jobs Vacancy at United Nations in Uganda

Job Title:
   
AUDITING ASSISTANT, FS4
   
Department/ Office:
   
Office of Internal Oversight Services
   
Duty Station:
   
ENTEBBE
   
Posting Period:
   
18 July 2012-17 August 2012
   
Job Opening number:
   
12-AUD-OIOS-24647-R-ENTEBBE (O)
   
   
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity

Org. Setting and Reporting

   
This post is located in the Internal Audit Division (IAD) of the Office of Internal Oversight Services in Entebbe. The incumbent reports to an Auditor or Section Chief.
   

   
Responsibilities
   

   
Within delegated authority, the Audit Assistant will be responsible for the following duties:

•Collects relevant information and documentation related to specific audit assignments; calculates, computes and verifies data.
•Prepares spreadsheet, verifies footings, extensions and postings and traces original evidence into the records, e.g., personnel documents, budget, accounting vouchers, purchase orders, contracts, requisitions, receiving and inspection reports and invoices.
•Assists in observing random physical inventory of property in various departments throughout the Organisation.
•Performs other duties as may be required such as administrative-related tasks: assisting in coding and monitoring recommendations, recording of time and attendance, assisting in travel arrangements, tracking status of audit assignments, documenting minutes of section meetings.
•Assists in organizing and maintaining the audit working papers
   

   
Competencies
   

   
Professionalism

• Ability to conduct research and retrieve materials from various sources. Ability to maintain accurate records, process a wide variety of data. Ability to identify and resolve data discrepancies.
• Knowledge of the United Nations financial rules and regulations. 
• Shows pride in work and in achievements; demonstrates professional competence and mastery of subject matter; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results; is motivated by professional rather than personal concerns; shows persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges; remains calm in stressful situations.
• Commitment to implementing the goal of gender equality by ensuring the equal participation and full involvement of women and men in all aspects of work.


Teamwork

• Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals
• Solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others
• Places team agenda before personal agenda
• Supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position
• Shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings

Client Orientation

• Considers all those to whom services are provided to be “clients” and seeks to see things from clients’ point of view
• Establishes and maintains productive partnerships with clients by gaining their trust and respect
• Identifies clients’ needs and matches them to appropriate solutions
• Monitors ongoing developments inside and outside the clients’ environment to keep informed and anticipate problems
• Keeps clients informed of progress or setbacks in projects; meets timeline for delivery of products or services to client.
   

   
Education
        
High school diploma or equivalent.
   

   
Work Experience
   

   
Six years of experience in accounting, finance, administrative services or related area. Experience with specialised audit software desirable.
   

   
Languages
   

   
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat.  For this post, fluency in English (both oral and written) is required.  Knowledge of French or another UN official language is an advantage.
   

   
Assessment Method
   
Competency based interviews and other assessment methods as required.
   

   
Special Notice
- The appointment is limited to OIOS.
- Staff members are subject to the authority of the Secretary-General and to assignment by him or her. In this context, all staff are expected to move periodically to new functions in their careers In accordance with established rules and procedures.
- Extension of appointments is subject to the availability of funds.
   

   
United Nations Considerations   
The United Nations shall place no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. (Charter of the United Nations - Chapter 3, article 8). The United Nations Secretariat is a non-smoking environment.
   

   
No Fee   
THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE AT ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS (APPLICATION, INTERVIEW MEETING, PROCESSING, OR TRAINING). THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CONCERN ITSELF WITH INFORMATION ON APPLICANTS’ BANK ACCOUNTS.

How to Apply:
https://inspira.un.org/psc/UNCAREERS/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/UN_CUSTOMIZATIONS.UN_JOB_DETAIL.GBL?Page=UN_JOB_DETAIL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=24647&

Deadline: 17th August 2012



Schlumberger Jobs in Uganda- Engineer in Charge

Job Title: Engineer in Charge
Job Summary:
The Engineer-in charge is primary responsible for safe and high quality service delivery to the client and support the Field Engineers/ technicians within their operating location

Main Responsibilities:
QHSE
  • Lead by example & promote understanding and adherence to all safety regulations and Schlumberger QHSE policies and objectives
  • Ensuring all direct reports undertake mandatory QHSE policies and objectives
  • Reviewing and monitoring the Schlumberger QUEST Database
Education:
(Required to perform this job) field experience in the related segment

Key Competencies:
  •  Organizing & planning 
  • Leadership and team work
  • People communication skills for both client and employee relationship
 How to Apply:

Please send ONLY a CV and application letter MERGED into ONE document to email address:

reruitUG@slb.com

Please do not attach any other documents. Please quote the Job Title being applied for in the subject of your email and apply for only one post

Only Ugandans should apply



Deadline: 31st July 2012

Manager Jobs Vacancy at Schlumberger in Uganda

Job Title: Location Manager
Job Summary:
The Location Manager's primary responsibility is to consistently deliver flawless and efficient service to the customer in accordance to the annual resource planning while managing the interaction between the service delivery and and equipment assurance organizations in location

Previous Experience and Competencies:
  • minimum 3 years field experience
Specific Training Requirements:
  • Wireline Front Line Management Seminar
  • Management essential  1 and 2 (depends on grade)
  • QHSE 3
  • Finance 1
  • Lean for managers
 How to Apply:

Please send ONLY a CV and application letter MERGED into ONE document to email address:

reruitUG@slb.com

Please do not attach any other documents. Please quote the Job Title being applied for in the subject of your email and apply for only one post

Only Ugandans should apply



Deadline: 31st July 2012

Jobs at Schlumberger in Uganda- Driller Specialist

Job Title: Driller Specialist Cross Train DX
Job Summary
The dual service specialist performs directional drilling service, plans, executes, manages, and is responsible for delivering high quality measuremengts services to clients at the.
He/She provides technical support to clients and other D&M crew members at the wellsite and is also responsible for the management, training and development

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Manages personal development and is responsible for training, coaching, appraises and mentoring less experienced personnel
  • Leads any directional drilling job using latest technologies
  • Demonstrates knowledge of all DD techniques and all surveying methods
Qualifications:
  • BSc in Engineering or related ;science
  • Minimum 5 years of experience as MWD field engineer
  • good verbal and written communication skills
How to Apply:
Please send ONLY a CV and application letter MERGED into ONE document to email address:
reruitUG@slb.com
Please do not attach any other documents. Please quote the Job Title being applied for in the subject of your email and apply for only one post
Only Ugandans should apply

Deadline: 31st July 2012

 

Madhvani Foundation Scholarships Shortlist 2012- 2013


Madhvani Foundation shortlist

candidates  are advised to bring the following documents to the interview:
- Original of all Documents submitted with the application
- Identity Card
- Proof of parents occupation e.g pay slip, letter from the employer,

- All receipts for payment of fees at the University.

The venue for the interview is Board room Level VI academic registrar building Makerere University Campus Kampala.

All candidates appearing for interview are advised to bring the
following documents to the interview:
- Original of all Documents submitted with the application
- Identity Card
- Proof of parents occupation e.g pay slip, letter from the employer,
Letter from LC, Death Certificate in case of deceased
- All receipts for payment of fees at the University.

The list includes dates and time of interview

AGRICULTURE & RELATED DISCIPLINES DATE AND TIME OF INTERVIEW

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES 6th AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
1 ASINGWIRE GLORIA 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
2 BAGABO MICHAEL 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
3 MBAZIRA FAHAD 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
4 MUZUNGU ROBINSON 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
5 MUMBERE MORIS 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
6 NANKYA ELIZABETH 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
7 TALIBULYA MOUREEN 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
8 BUYINZA ANTHONY 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
9 AKECH CAROLINE 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
10 NAMBUSI ANNET 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
11 ACENG HARRIET YAPI 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
12 SONKO BASHIR 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
13 APIO JOSEPHINE 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
14 RWECHUNGULA INNOCENT APUULI 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
15 OCITIRU OLIVER 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
16 BYAMUKAMA THOMAS 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
17 KIYEMBA PAUL 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
18 ZEPHANOUS IKANGA 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
19 ASIKEPERI JOUSHUA 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
20 OCEN JASPER 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM

FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
1 SEBANDEKE JOSEPH 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
2 LUJJA NASUR WAWIRE 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
3 WABUYEKHA JOSHUA WABUKE 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
4 ARINDA NELSON 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
5 AMULE HARRIET 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
6 KATEREGGA RONALD 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
7 BALIMUGULIRA MICHAEL 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
8 NAIRUBA CHRISTINE MOUREEN 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
9 NANKANJA SARAH 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
10 MURUNGI CALVIN 6TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM

FORESTRY; ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING STUDIES
1 KIRABO GORRETT 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
2 BALIRWA PRISCILLAH 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
3 NAKIIRYA JACQUELINE 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
4 BIRUNGI RONALD 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
5 NTEGYEREIZE CHRISPUS 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
6 SSEMAGANDA JOSEPH 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
7 OTIM SAMUEL 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
8 BULYABA FATUMA 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
9 ONGEYURU ROY 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
10 MAIDWA RONALD 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
11 OJOK OJAN DENIS 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
12 MIIRO RICHARD 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
13 ARYEMO SUNDAY 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
14 ATWONGIRE EDGAR 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
15 ISMAIL SWAIB 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
16 MUSIIGE DENIS 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
17 AGUMA GERALD 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
18 ADUKULE JOB 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
19 TEBUSWEKE AKISAM 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
20 KAAHWA MARIAM 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
21 WAJAMBUKA BOSCO 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
22 TITIRACH SCOVIA KERALI 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
23 NAMUSUSWA MARTHA 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
24 AMUGE SUSAN 6TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM

ACTUARIAL SCIENCE  7th AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
1 NIWAHA DARIUS 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
2 KABIRE DANIEL 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
1 MUGISHA FARIDA 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
2 NEUMBE REBECCA 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
3 OTUDE GEOFFREY 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
4 NAMUSUBO HASIFA 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
5 NAKIBUUKA REHEMA 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
6 GIDUDU ISIMA 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
7 NAKIBERU SARAH 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
8 ASIIMWE LYDIA PATIENCE 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
9 AINE AMON 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
10 SHABARUHANGA STEPHEN 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
11 SAAKA WYCLIFFE KASOZI 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
12 NAMBOIRA ASHA 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
13 KALIISA TONNY 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
14 BARU INNOCENT LESLY 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
15 ADAKU NELSON 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
16 BIRIBAWA GORRET 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
17 MUKABARUZI ALICE 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
18 OTAGET ZAKARIA 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
19 NAHWEERA DAPHINE 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
20 TUMWEBAZE JANET NIGHT 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
21 NAMBALIRWA ROYCE 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
22 NASUUNA JACKLINE 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
23 MUWUMBA FELIX 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
24 MIGABO SYLIVIA 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
25 NAMPOGO HUSSAN 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
26 NAMATA ROSE 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
27 SABIRI JUMA 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
28 ONYWANE WILSON 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
29 AITABA BRIGHTONE 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
30 ATUHAIRWE ANGEL 7TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
31 KIIGE YUSUF 7th AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
32 NANTSALA SCOVIA 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
33 NALUBEGA JOSEPHINE 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
34 ONYANGO WILLIAM 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
35 NAMAGANDA AMINAH KATENDE 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
36 ADOCH REBECCA 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
37 NYENDE NOAH 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
38 ALIAU EMMANUEL 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
39 OMARA BRIAN 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
40 KENGONZI BEST 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
41 TABIA AGNES 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
42 MUSAASIZI RECHEAL 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
43 TUSHABOMWE RECHEAL 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
44 AKELLO SUSAN 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
45 NANYONJO PRISCILLA NYAKAK 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
46 BUZIBIRA DAVID 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
47 AKELLO REBECCA ELIZABETH 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM

COMMERCE
1 ZAWEDDE CATHERINE 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
2 MUHANGI DENIS 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
3 NAMIREMBE STELLAH 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
4 NASSALI LYDIA 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
5 ELAINE GLADYS 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
6 NIYOSHUTI RACHEAL 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
7 NABIRYE ANNET 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
8 OWILI OBOYA JIMMY 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
9 NAKAMYA FARIDAH 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
10 KENYANGE PEARL 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
11 NAMUTEBI RUTH 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
12 KUGONZA KENETH 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
13 NAKILIMA RUTH 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
14 NAKIMULI GIFT TEDDY 7TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM

PROCUREMENT & LOGISTICS/ SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 8th AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
1 ALITUBEERA GRACE 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
2 NAMARA SHAKIRA 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
3 KABATALYA CATHY 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
4 OLUPOT JOHNA 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
5 ENYETU EMMANUEL 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
6 MUKYALA GORRETI MARIA 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
7 NAJJA SUMAYA 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
8 GONZA JULIET 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
9 NAMULEME DROLENCE 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
10 KIIZA GORDAN 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM

COMPUTER SCIENCE
1 MUWANGUZI SAMUEL 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
2 ASIANZU MELECH 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
3 ATABULWAIRE JOHN 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
4 JAPENDI MIKE 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
5 MUJUNI PATRICK 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
6 ANKWASA BERNADINE C 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
7 NAMUYONJO NORA BARBRA 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
8 KAYEMBA JULIUS 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
9 ISOOBA IVAN 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
10 BUBUUKA ABUDUSALAAM 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
1 MALINGA JOHN ROBERT 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
2 KAGYEZI BRIAN 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
3 KIIGE TADEO 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
4 KISAKYE BARBRA 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
5 NALWADDA DOROTHY 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
6 BABIRYE ROSELINE 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
7 MUJUNGU EVA 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM

INFORMATION SYSTEMS
1 MAXMILIAN IVAN 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
2 LUBOWA COSMAS BUTUME 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
3 ALINDE RODNEY WILLIAM 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
4 KIGENYI JAVIRA 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
5 EYOBU DEBORAH 8TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT
1 KIRABIRA MOREEN 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
2 NAKAWEESA DIANA 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
3 DOKINI DAVID 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
4 OKELLO EMMANUEL OJOK 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
5 EKWANG CALVINE 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
6 ALOYO FLAVIA 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
7 AOL EVE 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
8 OBWOYA RONALD 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
9 AKELLO DOREEN 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
10 BONGOMIN PATRICK DOMINIC 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
11 AYIKANYING SUNDAY HERBERT 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
12 OLANGO EMMANUEL 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
13 MASEREKA BENARD 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
14 TALIP OTEMA 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
15 KANISA PROSCOVIA 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
16 MUKUSA JOSEPH 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
17 NAMUGABWE ANGELA 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
18 MATOVU DAVID 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
19 WAISWA JONATHAN 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
20 HABYARIMANA KELEBU 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
21 NAMUNGOMA EVELYN 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
22 ETAP CAROLINE 8TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM

Engineering, Design, Art & Technology (Architecture, All Engineering Courses)
1 ANDINDA DANIEL 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
2 OTTO PETER 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
3 AGABA DENIS 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
4 TUMUSIIME KWIRINGIRA 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
5 NIYIGABA SPERANCIOUS 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
6 NAMUDDU BRENDA 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
7 MANGENI PETER MOSES 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
8 KATO PAUL KATOOGO 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
9 BASIIMA PHILLIP 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
10 KASAJJA JOEL 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
11 ZINUNULA YOKONANI 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
12 KITAKA HENRY 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
13 MATOVU ANTHONY 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
14 KIWANUKA JOHN 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
15 ONYO BRIAN 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
16 NASAAZI AMINA 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
17 ERIKU MAURICE 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
18 MULONDO ERISA 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
19 KASUJJA CHARLES 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
20 NASIMBWA RESTY 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
21 ASHABA DOREEN 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM

MEDICINE & SURGERY
1 KAVUMA DANIEL 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
2 MUNANA RICHARD 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
3 OKELLO GEOFREY JOSHUA 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
4 AYEKO SIALAS 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
5 KASAIJA POSIANO 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
6 ACEN IRENE 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM

PHARMACY
1 KAJEKYE ROBINSON 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
2 BEWAYO VICTOR 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM

NURSING SCIENCES
1 MIREMBE JOY 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
2 BWAMBALE SEKANABO MATHIAS 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
3 NANTEGE ESTHER KIZZA 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
4 ASIMO CAROLINE 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
5 KEBIRUNGI BRIDGET 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
6 NAMATOVU ESTHER KISAAKYE 9TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM

BIO-MEDICAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY9th AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
1 MUFUMBA IVAN 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
2 NTULUME IBRAHIM 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
3 BASALIRWA GEORGE 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
4 KABIRA HIRALY 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
5 NKUGWA IVAN 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
6 NASWA LEOCADIA 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
7 BUMBA JAMES RONALD 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
8 MALINGA KALIFAN 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
9 SOOKA SHAFIQ 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM

INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY; CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
1 TUKUNDANE ANDREW 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
2 MAYOKA GEOFREY 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
3 KATO ENOCK 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
4 TUSINGWIRE DSIRE NDURU 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
5 TUMWESIGYE FOSTINE 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM

CHEMISTRY, BIOLOGY
1 ASHEPET MERCY GLORIA 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
2 MUSIIME MOSES 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
3 LEETAKUBUULIDDE BRIAN 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
4 ORINGO INNOCENT JOHN 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
5 TEKAKWO STEPHEN 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
6 TWINOMUGISHA FRED 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM

Veterinary Medicine
1 KAYANJA PHILLIP 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
2 BAREKYE AMON MURINDA 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
3 KINTU JAMES 9TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM

POST GRADUATE STUDENTS

Agricultural & Environmental Sciences

1 TURYAYESIIMA NATHAN 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
2 NIYITEGEKA EMMANUEL BLAIR 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
3 MUWANIKA JOSEPH PAUL 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM

FORESTRY & ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
1 TUMWEBAZE KENETH 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
2 SABIITI CRANMER 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
3 NYARWAYA AMOS 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
4 OROMA GEORGE WILLIAM 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
5 WASIMERA STANLEY 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
6 TWINOMUHANGI MAXIMO BASHEIJA 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM

FOOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
1 SEJJEMBA JOHN 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM

COMPUTING & INFORMATION SCIENCES
1 AKITENG ALICE OKURE 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
2 BAGONZA WILSON CHARLENES 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
3 BAGUMA KENNETH 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
4 KINYERA EMMANUEL 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
5 NAMBI MAGDALENE 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM

Engineering & Technology
1 MUBIRU JOEL 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
2 SSEMPEERA PATRICK 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
3 ODONG AUGUSTINE 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
4 YAZOOKIRE JULIUS PLUCKER 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
5 KIGULI DAN KIBUUKA 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
6 KIDEGA DENIS 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM

MEDICINE & SURGERY
1 KASULE UMAR UTHUMAN 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
2 MUSABA MILTON WAMBOKO 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
3 MUSIIME JAMES NABAASA 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
4 SEKAMATTE SAMUEL 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
5 NUWAGABA SIMON 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
6 MAGALA JONATHAN 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
7 MUTUUZA EMMANUEL DEREK 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
8 NAMULI JUSTINE DIANA 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
9 OKELLO JOSEPH FAMOI 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM
10 KILYEWALA CATHY 10TH AUGUST 12 – 8.30 AM TO 1.30 PM

BIO-MEDICAL SCIENCES
1 LUBWAMA MARGARET 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
2 ACAYE GENESIS 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
3 ACHOL EMMANUEL 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
4 TENDA IRENE KIBIRA 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
5 KWIZERA RICHARD 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
6 MASAMBA ROBERT NAMISI 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
7 BAYIGGA LOIS 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
8 MBOOWA GERALD 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
9 KALEMBE SOLOME 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
10 OYET CAESAR 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
11 TAREMWA IVAN MUGISHA 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
12 IRAMIOT JACOB STANLEY 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
13 ORIKIRIZA PATRICK 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
14 KATEREGGA ANDREW 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
15 NATURINDA MAVIS 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM

NURSING SCIENCES
1 APUULISON DAVID FRIDAY 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
2 KYOMUGISHA EVELYNE 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
3 SIMIYU CHRISTINE NANYAMA 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
4 NAKIDDE GLADYS 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
5 AMONG GRACE 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM

PUBLIC HEALTH
1 GEJJE WILLIAM 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
2 TWINOMUJUNI EDGAR RUKAMBURA 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
3 ORYEMA PAUL 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
4 OCHAN WILLIAM 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
5 NUWAGABA VINCENT 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
6 NYENDE LAWRENCE 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
7 NSAMBA DAVID WANJALA 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM

Natural Sciences (Biology, Chemistry & Related Disciplines)
1 TUHAISE SAMUEL 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
2 JAGGWE ASSAD 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
3 KIGOZI MOSES 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
4 ISOOBA RICHARD 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
5 UWIDUHAYE ERIC 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
6 OBAKIRO SAMUEL BAKER 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
7 AKOL JOYCE 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
8 YEKO DOREEN 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
9 OLOYA BENSON 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM

Veterinary Medicine
1 MUKASA DAVID 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
2 WERE PETER 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM
3 OBONYO PHILIP 10TH AUGUST 12 – 2.30 PM TO 6.00 PM


Jobs at Uganda Czech Development Trust in Uganda- Programme Assistant

Job Title:
Programme Assistant for Agriculture

( Uganda Czech Development Trust, Uganda

About this job:
Uganda Czech Development Trust (UCDT) is a non-profit making organization active in the field of education, health care, agriculture and community development. It is a main partner organization of Caritas Prague of the Czech Republic in Uganda.

One of the programmes carried out by UCDT is the Community Development Programme (CDP) which is currently being implemented in Buikwe district, Central Uganda. It aims at overall community development, targeting food security, income generation, capacity building, and improved quality and access to services.
The Programme Assistant for agriculture will be responsible for planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of agricultural projects under the Community Development Programme. S/he will also assist with school agricultural projects and any other agricultural activities of the organization according to the needs.

Position: Programme Assistant for Agriculture
Type of assignment: full-time employment, 2-year contract with the possibility of a renewal
Place of assignment: Buikwe district (former Mukono district), Central Uganda
Main responsibilities: community needs assessment, community planning, designing of agricultural projects; implementation of agricultural projects, trainings and advisory services for projects beneficiaries; preparation of training manuals and other materials; monitoring and evaluation of the projects, field visits and reporting; administrative and operational support to the Programme Coordinator
Requirement:
Requirements: Min. Bachelor degree in agriculture or related field Min. 2-year working experience in agricultural sector (preferably with local communities) Experience with project management Good computer knowledge (email, MS Office - Word, Excel) Good communication and facilitation skills Fluency in English and Luganda Added advantages: knowledge of organic farming, effective farm management and farmer entrepreneurship, experience with farmers trainings, experience with school agricultural projects, a good grasp of participatory methodology, familiarity with gender and environmental issues
How to apply:

How to apply:
If you are interested, send the application letter, CV, copies of certificates, recommendation letters and/or telephone and other contacts of referees in electronic version to cdp.ucdt@gmail.com (use the subject “Application Programme assistant for agriculture”) or by mail to Uganda Czech Development Trust (UCDT), P.O. Box 72629, Kampala (write “Applicaton Programme assistant for agriculture” on the envelope).
Use the same contacts in case of any further inquiries.

Applications received latest by 20 August 2012.
Only selected applicants who send their application in time and who meet the above stated requirements will be considered and invited for an interview. UCDT is an equal opportunity employer; any form of canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

Deadline:20th August 2012


Scholarships at Makerere University in Uganda



The Makerere University Female Scholarship Foundation (FSF) was launched in November 2010 as a continuation of the Makerere University
Female Scholarship Initiative (FSI). With $4 million support from Carnegie Corporation of New York, FSI funded 691 girls from poor
socio-economic background to access university education from 2001-2010. Makerere University realized the need for a scholarship
foundation in order to support more female students who would otherwise drop out of school after secondary school level.
The goal of FSF : “To increase the enrolment, retention and improve the academic performance of female under graduate students at
Makerere University with specific emphasis on sciences and giving priority to applicants from disadvantaged backgrounds and
under-represented geographical areas in Uganda”.
FSF is pleased to announce opportunity for undergraduate scholarships for 2012/2013 Academic Year.

FEMALE SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION
MAKERERE UNIVERSITY
Undergraduate Scholarships For Female Students 2012/2013
APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Obtain free application forms from:
EITHER
Makerere University, Gender Mainstreaming Directorate,
Senate Building, Level 4, Room 401
P.O Box 7062, Kampala - UGANDA
Tel. +256 414 540184
OR
Download the forms from
our website: http://intranet.mak.ac.ug


ELIGIBILITY
a) A female student admitted to Makerere University on Private Sponsorship
Scheme.
b) Student should be from a genuinely poor socio-economic background.
c) Academic excellence, with more points scored for girls studying science
disciplines.
d) First year female students admitted on the basis of ‘A’ level results only
(current or previous years) who should not be more than 25 years.
e) A person with leadership experience and/or potential.
f) Those not admitted on Uganda Government sponsorship to any public
university.
g) Those who do not hold any other scholarship e.g. District Scholarship,
Kulika, etc.

SCHOLARSHIP COVERAGE
The scholarship is limited to tuition fees only for the stipulated period of study.
NOTE: FSF exercises merit principles and zero tolerance to dishonesty. Any form of influence pedalling by anybody leads to automatic disqualification. Cases of impersonation,
falsification of documents, giving false and incomplete information whenever discovered will lead to automatic cancellation and or prosecution in the courts of law of Uganda.
Submit completed
application forms to
the given address by

Deadline: Friday 17th August 2012


Jobs at Invisible Children Uganda- Logistics Officer

Job Title: Logistics Officer

Logistics Officer

Invisible Children Uganda, Uganda
Invisible Children Uganda is an NGO that aims at rehabilitating LRA affected communities through Education and Livelihoods support. In order to achieve this vision, ICU seeks to fill the following positions in the Gulu headquarters.

Position: Logistics Officer

Department: General/Operations

Section: Logistics

Duty station: Gulu

Number of positions: one (1)

Reports directly to: Operations Director

Responsible directly for: Logistics Assistants, Stores Assistant, Head Driver, Fleet Assistant/Mechanics

Time line: Immediate

Commitment: One year – Renewable

Status: Fulltime/Paid

Deadline for Submission: 6th August 2012 at 4:00 pm

JOB PURPOSE:

Support the Logistics and Procurement functions of ICU operations using the existing policies and procedures to achieve efficacy of ICU programs delivery.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Offer leadership in the logistics department with guidance from the Operations Director.
    Receive all requests for procurements from all departments, review and submit them to finance and Operations Director for review and approval.
    Undertake procurement of all goods and services requested for various departments within ICU
    Monitor and ensure that all the procurement activities are in line with the available budgets and are executed in accordance with the existing procurement and logistics policies.
    Coordinate procurement planning with departmental heads and/or managers of sectors to ensure procurement plans are submitted in a timely manner for effective and timely delivery of goods.
    Update relevant departments on the procurement status of goods and services requested.
    Prepare all relevant procurement documents e.g. purchase requests, request for quotations, purchase order, invoices, receipts and delivery notes for submission to finance for payments and filing.
    Analyze quotations end conduct supplier selection for goods and services that fall within disbursements levels recommended for submission to the Operations Director.
    Responsible for developing, managing and monitoring of the general operational budget.
    Take a lead role in supplier pre-qualification exercises, handling bidding processes and maintaining supplier files and vendor databases.
    Responsible for fleet management i.e. vehicle and motorcycle allocation, fueling and maintenance and will maintain up- to-date records of vehicle utilization, fuel consumption and repair records,
    Prepare monthly fuel and stores consumption report for submission to the Operations Director.
    The incumbent will be the secretary to the contracts committee responsible for taking minutes and storing all documents of the contracts committee proceedings.
    Maintain and regularly update the ICU assets register.
    Any other duties assigned by the supervisor.

Requirement:

    A Bachelors degree in Procurement and Logistics, Bachelor of Procurement and Supplies Management. Candidates with Bachelor's degrees in other fields in possession of Postgraduate qualifications in Logistics and Transport Management, Procurement and Supply Chain Management and valuable experience may be considered. Additional training and possession of membership of the Chattered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) is an added advantage. Experience: At least Four (4) years progressive work experience as a Logistics/Procurement Officer in a Non Governmental Organization, or busy work environment is a requirement for this position.

Languages: The ideal candidate must be fluent in English- Other vital skills for the position:

    A team player with experience in managing a department or operation.
    Computer literacy in Ms Office Suite 2007 and Internet.
    Strong analytical, problem solving and decision making skills.
    Ability to withstand pressure, remain composed during stressful conditions.
    Exceptional interpersonal, communication and administrative skills.
    Excellent planning, organizational and time management skills

How to apply:

    Interested candidates should apply for the position using any of these methods: Sending applications accompanied by detailed curriculum vitae indicating addresses and telephone contacts of three professional referees to: The Administrator, – Invisible Children Uganda, P.O. Box 1123, Gulu, Gulu office: Plot 101  Acholi Road, Pece Gulu. Kampala Office: Plot 24 Bazarabusa Rise, Bugolobi, Kampala E-Mail: ugjobs@invisiblechildren.com Note:  Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.

Deadline: 6th August 2012



Jobs at Uganda National Academy of Sciences (UNAS) in Uganda

Job Title: Executive Secretary
Uganda National Academy of Sciences (UNAS), Uganda )

The Uganda National Academy of Sciences (UNAS) is an autonomous, honorific and service organization that compromises a diverse group of scientists from the physical, biological, social and behavioral sciences. These scientists work together in an inter-displinary and trans- displinary manner to achieve their main goal of promoting excellence in sciences by offering independent, evidence- based advice by prosperity of Uganda. The Academy, established in 2000, was recognized by a Chartered granted by HE. the president in 2009. UNAS seeks to recruit an Executive Secretary to serve as Chief Executive Officer of the Academy. The position, to be based in Kampala, will be full time, for a 3-year contract.

Specific Responsibilities:

The UNAS Executive Secretary is responsible for the successful leadership and management of the organization according to the strategic direction set by the council as the Chief Executive Officer of the Academy. In particular, the Executive Secretary is responsible for the following:

    Management and Administration of the Academy programs, staff and assets.
    Provide leadership in implementation of Academy Strategic Plan.
    Provide leadership on implementation of policy, coordination, monitoring and evaluation of programs.
    Participate in mobilization of resources for the Academy
    Present quarterly and annual financial reports to council
    Preparation of annual budget, annual report and other reports of the academy
    Provide leadership for Human Resource Management including formation of effective teams.
    Management of UNAS Funds/Approval of expenditure requests.
    Act as Academy’s Accounting Officer.
    Link and represent the Academy to academic, government, international research, business organizations and other academies.
    Provide accountability for all Academy funds
    Assist the Secretary General in his/her functions to council.
    Active participation in regular staff team and one-to- one individual meetings, sharing of research and/or administrative best practices, learning experiences and ideas
    Carry-out any other duties as directed by the Secretary General.

Requirement:

    Ugandan citizen with PhD degree in any field relevant to Academy work or equivalent knowledge.
    At least 5 years' experience in management of an organization, human resources and related programmes.
    Demonstrate proficiency in conveying scientific/ technical/policy information in oral and written form.
    Experience in Financial Management at an organizational level.
    Ability to communicate and network at national and international levels.
    Ability to write fundable proposals.
    Ability to meet timelines.
    Ability to galvanize team work.
    Ability to prioritize and multitask.
    Good Information Technology.

How to apply:

Application process: Please send application letter together with detailed curriculum vitae and indicate names of three referees.

Application should be submitted to: The Secretary General, Uganda National Academy of Sciences (UNAS), A4 Lincoln Flats, Makerere. University, P.O. Box 23911 Kampala – Uganda Or Email to unas@unas.or.ug.

The closing date for the receipt of application is 6th August, 2012.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted


Deadline: 6th August 2012


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