Financial Accountant Jobs Vacancy at National Forestry Authority in Uganda

Job Title: SENIOR FINANCIAL ACCOUNTANT(1 Position)
Reports to: Director Finance and Administration
Duty station: Headquarters Kampala
Salary Scale NFA 3
Terms of Employment 3 years contract (Renewable)


Job Summary:
To develop and review financial policies, take lead in reviewing, approval of all
expenditures and preparation of Financial statements within the NFA.
Responsibilities and tasks: Assisting in the development and maintenance of appropriate financial accounting policies, systems, and procedures. Responsible for maintaining the prime books of accounts and maintaining the integrity of the financial ledger by controlling access, reviewing and posting all expenditure journals to the general ledger, and ensuring that all control accounts are reconciled on a regular basis. Certifying all the expenditures and ensuring efficiency and effective management of the organization financial resources in manner that would ensure timely and effective implementation of planned programmes and activities in conformity with financial management procedures manual. Management of the payroll system ensuring timely processing of payroll and payment of all statutory and non-statutory deductions in liaison with the Human Resource unit. Maintaining the asset register in liaison with Administration Department to ensure that all stocks and fixed assets are regularly verified and reconciled to accounting records. Taking the lead in the preparation of monthly, quarterly and final accounts, ensuring that year end timetable and guidelines are prepared and issued in time to ensure a timely closure and submission of the accounts for audit. Liaising with the external auditors to ensure all supporting schedules to the accounts are prepared and the audit is conducted within the stipulated deadline. Management of training needs of accounts staff and budget holders, both at headquarters and in the field on various accounting procedures, controls and accountability. Management of Creditors in liaison with financial accountant on a monthly basis ensuring their total reconciliation. Other relevant tasks as Management may from time to time assign.


Minimum Qualifications, experience and skills.
Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Commerce, Accounting, Finance or other equivalent; Fully qualified Accountant (ACCA, ACA or CPA (U), CPA (K). A Master’s degree in Business Administration would be an added advantage Over 2 years’ relevant experience gained from large reputable commercial organizations. Minimum of 1 year’ experience obtained after professional qualification.

How to Apply:
Interested candidates, who fully meet the above requirements, should submit their application letters, copies of academic and professional certificates and transcripts and curriculum vitae giving full details of applicants education, qualifications, experience, present salary and naming three referees, plus their postal, email and telephone contacts to the address below not later than 31st August 2012.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
The Executive Director,
Plot 10/20 Spring Road Nakawa
P.O. Box 70863, Kampala
Tel: 031 – 264035/6
041 – 230365/9
E-mail – info@nfa.org.ug

Deadline: 31st Aug 2012




Information Technology Officer Jobs Vacancy at National Forestry Authority in Uganda


Job Title : Information Technology Officer (1 Position)
Reports to: Information Technology Manager
Duty station: Headquarters Kampala
Salary Scale: NFA 4
Terms of Employment: 3 years contract (Renewable)

Job Summary:
 Provide information technology and communication (ITC) support to NFA.
Responsibilities and tasks: Execute IT policy for the National Forestry Authority. Install and configure both hardware and software. Patch systems where necessary and apply hot fixes to network servers. Ensure the availability of the server and the network to users and executing procedures to restore operations when system failures occur. Analyze hardware and software for acquisition. Cable and maintain LAN for Headquarters and support office and ensuring that they run efficiently. Undertake diagnostic measures relating to e-mails, software applications, electronic filing systems. Take stock of information technology infrastructure at NFA’s H/Q. Enforce system security through management of firewall, anti-virus, spy ware and Spam ware software. User and computer accounts management and assigning appropriate ACL to users. Perform backups and streamlining disaster recovery procedures. Carrying out any other activities as assigned by the Supervisor.

Qualifications, work experience and skills
University degree in Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Business Computing (BBC), Computer Science or any other related discipline from a recognized University/Institution. Must have at least any of the following professional qualifications MCP, MCSA, MCSE, A+. Three (3) years work experience in ITC implementation and maintenance. Experience in IT systems such as SUN Accounting Systems, Inspiro People HR/Payroll System, ArcGIS, Oracle and Exchange Server will be an added advantage. Ability to detect, design and make available to NFA new IT tools and approaches for dealing with old and emerging IT technologies that can be used to address new challenges.

How to Apply:
Interested candidates, who fully meet the above requirements, should submit their application letters, copies of academic and professional certificates and transcripts and curriculum vitae giving full details of applicants education, qualifications, experience, present salary and naming three referees, plus their postal, email and telephone contacts to the address below not later than 31st August 2012.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
The Executive Director,
Plot 10/20 Spring Road Nakawa
P.O. Box 70863, Kampala
Tel: 031 – 264035/6
041 – 230365/9
E-mail – info@nfa.org.ug

Deadline: 31st Aug 2012

Legal Clerk Job Vacancy at National Forestry Authority in Uganda



Job Title: Legal Clerk  (1 Position)
Reports to: Legal Officer
Duty station: Headquarters Kampala
Salary Scale: NFA 6
Terms of Employment: 3 years contract (Renewable)
Job Summary: Provide clerical work to the legal department.
Responsibilities and Tasks: Effecting service of court process within the law and other necessary documents as may be requested. Make follow ups of documents issued by courts of law. Preparing and deponing of documents falling within this domain such as affidavits of service and others. Getting documents commissioned and witnessed. Proper articulation of the law on service of process. Fixing of cases for hearing. Payment of stamp duty and other statutory fees or charge.
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Any other duty as may be assigned from time to time.
Minimum Qualifications, experience and skills. The successful candidate must have a diploma in law. Must have three (3) years experience working in a commercially business oriented environment or within a busy law firm. Must be computer literate. Have a valid process server’s certificate.


How to Apply:
Interested candidates, who fully meet the above requirements, should submit their application letters, copies of academic and professional certificates and transcripts and curriculum vitae giving full details of applicants education, qualifications, experience, present salary and naming three referees, plus their postal, email and telephone contacts to the address below not later than 31st August 2012.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
The Executive Director,
Plot 10/20 Spring Road Nakawa
P.O. Box 70863, Kampala
Tel: 031 – 264035/6
041 – 230365/9
E-mail – info@nfa.org.ug

Deadline: 31st Aug 2012



Legal Officer Jobs Vacancy at National Forestry Authority in Uganda



Job Title:LEGAL OFFICER(1 position)
Reports to: Legal Manager
Location: Headquarters Kampala
Salary Scale: NFA 4
Terms of Employment: 3 years contract (Renewable)

Job Summary:
The legal officer performs tasks related to the provision of legal advisory services to the NFA. Also, the job involves legal sensitization for staff, local communities and NFA stakeholders.
Responsibilities and Tasks: Act as a liaison for the Authority with relevant judicial institutions. Participate in representation of NFA in Courts of Law. Participate in preparing, Administering and Managing Legal affairs budgets and reports. Assess legal sensitization/training needs for NFA stakeholders. Participate in design and implementation of sensitization programmes of the local communities, NFA field staff and the general public on the forestry law and the role of the National Forestry Authority. Participate in drafting and negotiation of NFA Contracts. Carryout research on legal matters. Periodic reporting. Carrying out any other activities as assigned by the Supervisor.

Minimum Qualifications, experience and skills.
Minimum Bachelors Degree in Law, Diploma in Legal Practice. A minimum of three years experience practicing law in a reputable Firm or in a similar position in a reputable organization. Excellent ability to network with relevant judicial institutions and design and implement sensitization workshops for NFA staff and general public. Must be an enrolled advocate with a valid/ current practicing certificate.

How to Apply:
Interested candidates, who fully meet the above requirements, should submit their application letters, copies of academic and professional certificates and transcripts and curriculum vitae giving full details of applicants education, qualifications, experience, present salary and naming three referees, plus their postal, email and telephone contacts to the address below not later than 31st August 2012.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
The Executive Director,
Plot 10/20 Spring Road Nakawa
P.O. Box 70863, Kampala
Tel: 031 – 264035/6
041 – 230365/9
E-mail – info@nfa.org.ug

Deadline: 31st Aug 2012

Internal Audit Specialist Jobs at National Forestry Authority in Uganda


Job Title:INTERNAL AUDIT SPECIALIST (1 Position) RE-ADVERTISED
Reports to: Internal Audit Manager
Duty station: Headquarters Kampala
Salary Scale: NFA 4
Terms of Employment: 3 years contract (Renewable)

Job Summary: To provide support to the Internal Audit Manager in checking and monitoring adherence to organisational policies and procedures to meet the Authority’s strategic objectives.
Responsibilities and Tasks:
Conduct expenditure audits. Carrying out revenue audits. Carrying out audits of assets and liabilities. Conduct audit of contracts. Conducting audit of other operating data and reports. Conduct field audits whenever required. Carrying out assessments on the adequacy, reliability and effectiveness of the system of internal controls. Providing high level technical advice. Preparing draft audit reports. Any other related business as might be assigned from time to time.


Minimum Qualifications, experience and skills.
Should have a minimum of a Bachelors degree in either Commerce or Business Administration majoring in accounting. Partly qualified Accountant (ACCA, ICPAU, ICPAK and/or CIA). Should have at least two years’ working experience in an audit environment and in a commercially business oriented environment Should be highly computer literate

How to Apply:
Interested candidates, who fully meet the above requirements, should submit their application letters, copies of academic and professional certificates and transcripts and curriculum vitae giving full details of applicants education, qualifications, experience, present salary and naming three referees, plus their postal, email and telephone contacts to the address below not later than 31st August 2012.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
The Executive Director,
Plot 10/20 Spring Road Nakawa
P.O. Box 70863, Kampala
Tel: 031 – 264035/6
041 – 230365/9
E-mail – info@nfa.org.ug

Deadline: 31st Aug 2012


Jobs at National Forestry Authority (NFA) in Uganda


Job Title: PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER(1POSITION) RE- ADVERTISED
Reports to: Executive Director
Duty station: Headquarters Kampala
Salary Scale: NFA 3
Terms of Employment: 3 years contract (Renewable)
Job Summary: To Manage NFA’s Public Relations function and fostering stakeholder/ Public understanding of NFA’s mandate and activities.

Responsibilities and Tasks:
 Develop and Implement NFA’s communication strategy. Over-sees production and dissemination of signage, media programs, print adverts, TV/Radio sports and documents. Over-sees information sieving and clearance prior to up-loading on-to NFA’s website. In charge of NFA’s out-reach program i.e. strategic engagements with government agencies, corporate bodies and civil society to enlist support for NFA’s tree-planting and forest conservation initiatives. In charge of NFA’s marketing function through promoting NFA’s products and services to current and prospective clients. Ensure smooth execution of NFA corporate events i.e. fairs, exhibitions, open-days, anniversaries etc. In charge of protocol activities i.e. arranging high-level meetings/seminars, preparing management programs/presentations and speeches for such activities. Advises management on emerging PR and communication issues. Plans and budgets for the PR Unit. Responsible for preparing articles, press perks/kits, press releases, press statements and conducting press briefings. Supervises activities of the NFA’s Library. Act as NFA’s official spokesperson. Offer internal/external communication and support to NFA staff.
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Minimum Qualifications, experience and skills. Honours degree in Mass Communication and or Journalism, Honours in Social Sciences B.A (SS) with additional training in Journalism or Public relations or any other relevant field. Post graduate diploma in journalism and media management, public relations will be an added advantage. Should have at least three years’ working experience in media related work in a commercially business oriented environment. Should be highly computer literate. Should be at least 30 years of age.


How to Apply:
Interested candidates, who fully meet the above requirements, should submit their application letters, copies of academic and professional certificates and transcripts and curriculum vitae giving full details of applicants education, qualifications, experience, present salary and naming three referees, plus their postal, email and telephone contacts to the address below not later than 31st August 2012.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
The Executive Director,
Plot 10/20 Spring Road Nakawa
P.O. Box 70863, Kampala
Tel: 031 – 264035/6
041 – 230365/9
E-mail – info@nfa.org.ug

Deadline: 31st Aug 2012



Jobs at Department for International Development in Uganda

Job Title:

Deputy Programme Manager - DFID Uganda

Reference: DFIDJOB-0248

Closing date: 24 August 2012

Interview date: Not Specified

Number of vacancies: 1

Salary: Uganda Shillings4,483,333 - Uganda Shillings6,547,436

Location:

Appointment Terms: Permanent

Working Arrangements: Full time

Specific requirements:

Brief description: To deliver and administer programmes in support of DFID Uganda’s strategic objectives which include contributing to policy discussions, the influencing agenda and meeting corporate communications and reporting requirements.

DFID Uganda is seeking a resourceful, experienced professional to fill in the following job vacancy.
Main Responsibilities

    Make contributions to strategic level policy discussions.
    Effectively manage a range of large and complex programmes, ensuring results and value for money.
    Effectively use DFID systems to manage projects, monitor progress and risks, evaluate and report on project results.
    Contribute to the design and appraisal of new projects/programmes and provide
    procedural guidance in accordance with DFID procedures.
    Manage all operational/implementation aspects of programme management - determine priorities and agree on ways of working with lead advisers.
    Attend conferences, workshops and meetings on behalf of/in the absence of Lead Adviser and clarify DFID’s policy objectives when required.
    Provide information to the Departmental Finance Officer that will feed into financial corporate returns and operate DFID Finance systems accurately and on a timely basis.
    Ensure all information on the DFID system for the projects managed is accurate and can be easily understood.
    Work closely with the wider programme management team to provide inputs and advice when required.
    Work closely with the Government of Uganda and other development partners in-country to identify problems or obstacles and develop and implement practical solutions.
    Ensure and Support Communications and Corporate Compliance

Qualifications:

Essential: A Bachelors Degree in Social Sciences, Development Studies, Business Administration or equivalent.

Preferred: Qualifications in Project Management and Administration.

Experience A minimum of 5 years experience managing programmes or projects.
Knowledge and Skills

Essential

    Excellent knowledge of Project Cycle Management
    >li>Strong financial management knowledge and experience.
    Ability to work effectively as part of a team to deliver results.
    Ability to see through delegated decisions.
    Strong written and verbal communication skills
    A self-starter

Preferred

    Knowledge of the Growth or Wealth Creation Sectors

DFID Key Competencies:

    Planning and Delivery of Work
    Analysis and use of information
    Communicating with Others
    Working with Others
    Decision Making

DFID is an accredited investor in people and is committed to supporting its staff to achieve their maximum potential and will provide opportunities for personal and professional development for the successful candidate, along with an attractive remuneration package. The work environment is dynamic and busy but pleasant.

DFID is an equal opportunities employer and would welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of religious belief, sex, race, sexual orientation, age or disability.
Note:


How to Apply:
    To apply please fill in the application form and the Positive Action Approach form which are available on the right hand side of this page
    The completed forms must be submitted together with typed copies of the applicant’s CV with the names and contact information of 3 work related referees.
    Hand-deliver the application to the aikan offices or email them as attachments to info@aikanhr.com  (Attachments may not fill more than 2 MB).
    Closing date for submission is 4:30pm on Friday 24th August, 2012
    While we thank all applicants for your interest, only those selected for interviews will be contacted. Any form of lobbying will lead to automatic disqualification.

Deadline: 24th Aug 2012

Jobs at Toyota Uganda Limited- Service Manager

Job Title: Nation Service Manager

Responsibilities:
•    To lead, oversee & analyse the service performance of the distributor and develop situations to ensure market competitiveness & sustainability of the company or its operations
•    To develop and facilitate the implementation of effective strategies that promote improved business performance in the service operations
•    To hold responsibility for the overall management of service revenues and costs to ensure improved business performance in the service operations

Qualifications/ Skills/ Knowledge Required
•    Professional qualification in Automotive Engineering
•    Minimum 5 years management experience & knowledge in service operations- preferably Toyota
•    Specific Automotive Aftersales Business knowledge
  • Customer handling skills
  • Communication and interpersonal skills
How to Apply:
Please send application & CV to the following address no later than 17th Aug 2012

Human Resource Department
Toyota Uganda Limited
Plot 1A, 1B First Street, Industrial Area
P.O Box 31732 Kampala.


Deadline: 17th Aug 2012


Jobs at International Rescue Committee (IRC) in Uganda- Consultant

Job Title: Short Term Consultant, Promising Practices Workshop (GBV - WPE), Uganda
Closing Date: Sunday, 30 September 2012

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world's worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. Founded in 1933 at the request of Albert Einstein, the IRC offers lifesaving care and life-changing assistance to refugees forced to flee from war or disaster. At work today in over 40 countries and 22 U.S. cities, we restore safety, dignity and hope to millions who are uprooted and struggling to endure. The IRC leads the way from harm to home.

BACKGROUND The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is a global leader in rapid response and durable solutions for conflict- and crisis-affected populations. Since 1996, IRC has been implementing gender-based violence programs in refugee, internally displaced and other disaster-affected communities and has gained a reputation for innovative, quality programming in this field. The IRC's Women Protection and Empowerment Unit (WPE) is implementing programs to improve the quality of local emergency response and preparedness in contexts affected by cyclical and ongoing crisis. Building on the IRC's unique experience addressing GBV in emergencies, the IRC's Emergency Response & Preparedness Initiative (ERPI) leverages the IRC's existing presence, programming and partnership with local organizations to improve the preparedness to respond to GBV at the onset of an emergency.
In 2011, at the invitation of the GBV Prevention Network, the IRC took on the leadership of the GBV in Emergencies Thematic Working Group (TWG) and began working with members to deepen understanding of prevention in emergency settings. Through this forum, IRC is asking field-based staff and grassroots organizations to share their experiences and approaches in implementing participatory risk mitigation within stressed communities that can appropriately support women and girls, as soon as possible after the beginning of emergency. The IRC will host a three-day workshop with members of the GBV in Emergencies TWG in October/November 2012, and is seeking a consultant to facilitate the dialogue and capture learning around key questions and areas for exploration in prevention in emergencies.
Specific questions to be addressed include:

    What innovative approaches to GBV prevention are being applied and/or developed by members of the GBV Prevention Network?
    What are approaches that members of the GBV Prevention Network use when trying to re-establish networks that prevent GBV and/or establish participatory risk mitigation for women and girls in stressed communities?
    How might learning around grassroots GBV prevention in stable contexts be appropriately adapted for application in emergency-affected contexts?
    What questions does this highlight for further exploration and dialogue around GBV prevention in emergencies? The consultant will work with IRC's GBV Emergency Response Specialist and WPE Special Projects Program Manager to develop content and structure dialogue for the three-day workshop, and will be responsible for capturing key outcomes, questions and recommendations. After the workshop, the consultant will work with the GBV Emergency Response Specialist and selected members of the GBV in Emergencies TWG to produce a final learning document. The consultant will report to IRC's GBV Emergency Response Specialist. DELIVERABLES
    A detailed plan for the TWG workshop, created in consultation with IRC experts, by September 30, 2012
    Supporting documentation (reading, handouts, activity materials) for the TWG workshop, by September 30, 2012
    Facilitation of the TWG workshop for three full days in Uganda, in October 2012
    Final learning document capturing key outcomes, questions and recommendations, by November 30, 2012

    REQUIREMENTS
    Experience preparing and facilitating participative exchange of information and dialogue for the purposes of furthering learning
    Exemplary communication skills, including writing and analysis skills
    At least 5 years demonstrable overseas experience in program design and/or monitoring and evaluation in a conflict or post-conflict context; protection or GBV experience preferred
    Demonstrated experience in writing research and evaluation reports, including recommendations for programming
    Fluency and strong writing skills in English
    Advanced degree in social work, public health, international development or other related degree preferred SECURITY SITUATION / HOUSING The consultant will attend the TWG workshop in Uganda, to be scheduled in October or November. All other work will be completed from home or another location of her or his choosing. While in Uganda, comfortable team housing / hotel accommodation will be provided. The consultant is expected to comply with IRC security rules.

How to apply:

Please apply online: www.ircjobs.org or http://tbe.taleo.net/NA2/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=IRC&cws=1&rid=8357 .


Deadline:30th Sept 2012


Administrative Assistant Jobs at Peace Corps Uganda

Job Title: General Services Administrative Assistant ( GSAA )
Peace Corps


VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
Title: General Services Administrative Assistant ( GSAA )
Announcement Date:  August 9, 2012
Position Classification:   Full-time Services Contract (PSC with compensation level equivalent to that of a grade 6 to full performance grade 7 on the U.S. Mission LCP)

The Peace Corps is an agency of the United States Government, which sends American Volunteer development workers to assist in capacity building and technical assistance activities in over 70 countries worldwide.  Peace Corps Uganda invites applicants for the position listed above which is based in Kampala, Uganda.

Basic Function of Position:

This broad scoped position provides support to Peace Corps Uganda's administrative unit activities as well as to its safety and support activities. The GSAA works as a team member providing support to Peace Corps Uganda operations in its support to over 160 Peace Corps Volunteers located throughout Uganda.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:
Include, but are not limited to, the following:

A. General Services and Administrative Records Keeping and Processing (approximately 30% of the time):

• Assist general services and other administrative support team members in the maintenance and processing of records: including the maintenance of up-to-date vendor files and the maintenance and processing of VAT reimbursements and files.
• Assist the GSM and financial management staff members in the maintenance of up-to-date  utility ( such as water, electricity ) usage and records.

B. Facilities and Expendable and Non-expendable Property Maintenance and Inventory (approximately 25% of the time) :

• As coordinated by the GSM, maintain up-to-date electronic records of PC expendable and non-expendable property to include office and medical ( as called upon ) supplies and all office and residential furnishings and equipment as well as PC Uganda’s vehicle fleet.
• Track and electronically record on a routine basis, as occurs, the movement of property amongst facilities and storage units and as new property is acquired and old property is disposed.
• Assist the GSM in identifying ( via PC / USG regulations and property condition ), for Administrative Officer approval, any PC property due for disposal and placement in GSO auction activity.

C. Volunteer Safety and Security Support  (approximately 35% of the time):

• Provides administrative support in the safety and security systems (EAP and DSR) verification and their communication and explanation to Peace Corps Volunteers (PCV)..
• Serve as back up to the SSC (Safety & Security Coordinator) during his/her absence to include drafting, for Country Director approval, and assuring that all communications to PCVs are accurate and that all incident and assault reports are recorded, tracked and up to date in Peace Corps’ electronic reporting / data collection systems.
• Work periodically with SSC to maintain and distribute cyclically updated safety and security resources, such as manuals, books, leaflets & pamphlets, slides & videos, and assist in disseminating to assure that their contents and policies are known to staff and volunteers.
• Respond to PCV emergency situations while serving as backup but also when called upon by the Country Director;
• Maintain Volunteer safety and security and crime and related PCV site history files, in compliance with Post and Agency general policies.
• Work with the PC Uganda’s SSC on addressing possible issues of safety and security for a specific training site that may be located distantly from Kampala.
• Maintaining up to date records of district security representatives (DSR).
• Participate in the testing of Emergency Action Plans.
• Assist in supporting the planning and performance of periodic safety and security trainings ( Pre-service, In-service, that held for DSRs ).

D. Information Systems Management Assistance  (approximately 5% of the time):

• Train in and serve as back up to Peace Corps Uganda’s Information Management Officer during his/her absence to include server reboots.
• Train in and perform the correcting of routinely occurring system problems as well as the unique but significantly impacting issues that have been experienced / known to occur from time to time.

E.  Other Duties and Activities (approximately 5% of the time):

• Perform other duties as assigned.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

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

a. Education:
Minimum: Completion with diploma from secondary school and some position relevant post-secondary / college study, such as in administrative, inventory and customer management and support.
Desired: University or technical school diploma in business administration, property management or other position related academic areas.
b. Desired Work Experience: Three or more years of progressively responsible and successful work in providing administrative support and IT systems usage.
c. Language Proficiency: Level IV spoken and written English is required. (List both English and host country language(s) by level ).
e. Desired Knowledge: Good working knowledge of U.S. Government regulations, or similar systems, for property management, security and IT management.
f. Must possess good working knowledge of computers and computer software usage and application.
g. Ability to conduct wide range of general / administrative services support.
h. Ability and skills to use computer to maintain property records and generate periodic reports.
i. Ability to work effectively with a diverse group of staff, businesspeople and PC Volunteers.
j. Demonstrated experience of cross cultural communication skills is highly desired.
k.Ability to work a regular Monday through Friday schedule with evening and weekend hours and travel to countryside when necessary.


HOW TO APPLY
A.  Please submit a letter of interest, resume and any other documentation that addresses the qualification requirements of the position as listed above. Also, send names and contact information for three references.
B.  Attach an original copy of a current reference letter from your area Local Council (LC).

Submitted documents become the property of the Peace Corps and will not be returned.  You will be contacted ONLY if you are deemed qualified and invited for an interview.

SUBMIT APPLICATION TO
application@ug.peacecorps.gov

or via mail:
Administrative Officer
Peace Corps Uganda
Plot 48 Malcolm X Avenue
P. O. Box 29348
Kampala, Uganda

Clearly indicate the position applied for on the envelope.

Deadline: 19th Aug 2012


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