Manager Jobs Vacancies at Brac Uganda



Job Title;  Manager ,Enrichment  Giveback

Brac , one  the largest  Non-Governmental   Development Organization  in the world , working in a number of countries  in Africa and  Asia on poverty  alleviation Programs  is registered in Uganda as Brac  Uganda.

Principal  Duties  and Responsibilities ;
•    Managing  program implementation  as per the agreement  with Mastercard  Foundation .  And here the roles  will include  among others ;
-Support  the implementation  of key enrichment  and give back  activities  (comprehensive student  support services , network of high quality  institutions  and  and alumn network ) according to key deliverables agreed  with master card  Foundation ; this include;
-Organise  leadership  congress  for all scholars
-Organise  training for teacher mentors  for additional support  to scholars
-Engage  scholars  community service  activities  by organizing  workshops , trainings  , internships etc


Qualifications/Requirements
  • Must have a  Master’s  degree  in social sciences
•    More than 05 years   working  experience  with development management expertise (and this should be  in the education  sector , specifically in secondary education , and or working with good people.
•    Experience  of a multicultural  environment ,working and mentoring  young people.

How to apply;
Interested candidates should  send their applications  together with their CV, 2 passport  size photographs,  Recommendation letter from LC1,  photocopies of  Educational certificates  and transcripts , to
Manager  Human Resource  Department
Brac Uganda,  Busingiri  zone in Nyanama  off Entebbe  Road
P. O. Box  31817 Clock Tower  Kampala, before  Friday


Deadline : 28th September 2012

Administration/ Finance Assistant Job at International Organization for Migration in Uganda


Job Title: Administration/ Finance Assistant
Vacancy Notice No:- VN/10/09/012
Duty Station : Kampala Uganda

Responsibilities and Accountabilities:
  • Assist the National Administration and Finance Officer in overall administrative and financial support in the day to day management and functioning of the mission
  • Responsible for verification of cash of all cash and bank payment vouchers, summaries from the sub offices and make regular monthly data entry in prism on a timely manner before monthly accounts closures
  • Assist the national administration and finance officer to prepare donor financial reports
Qualifications: Education, Experience and Competencies
  •  Minimum 4 years relevant experience
  • Completed a high school degree in business administration/ commerce/ accounts
  • Proficient in Microsoft office, internet.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and CV detailing previous relevant experience to IOM HR department at:
hruganda@iom.int

Deadline: 1st Oct 2012



Front Desk Officer Job Vacancy at Goal Uganda


Job Title:Front Desk Officer

Essential Requirements:
  • Diploma in secretarial studies or its equivalent
  • At least 2 years experience in office management
  • Good written and oral communication skills and good phone atiquette
  • Good computer Skills, good working knowledge of microsoft excel and word, email and basic typing skills
  • Should demonstrate high levels of good customer care
Desirable Requirements:
  • Ability to work with a diverse team
  • Experience of working for international NGO's
How to Apply:
Applicants who meet the requirements should submit their applications their applications which must include at least 4 reference contacts ( 2 professional, 2 character referees including current or most recent employer)

The Human Resource and Administration Coordinator, GOAL Uganda
P.O Box 33140, Kampala
Lubbobo Close, Muyenga

Deadline: 28th Sept 2012


Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist Job Vacancy at East African Community

Job Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist

EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY
EAC FSDRP I Project
BACKGROUND
The EAC Financial Sector Development and Regionalization Project I (EAC - FSDRP I), which is
funded by a $16 million IDA grant, became effective in June 2011. The project aims to support the
development of the East African financial sector, through the establishment of a single market in
financial services. Creation of a single financial services market, will also contribute to realization
of the Common Market Protocol, by facilitating the attainment of the four freedoms i.e. movement
of goods, labour, services and capital.
Under FSDRP I, the Project Administration Team (PAT) has begun work to establish foundations
for EAC financial sector regionalization through; establishing core capacity at the institutional level
to support the EAC financial sector integration process; producing EAC model directives for
financial sector laws and regulations; and achieving early wins in regional integration of market
infrastructure.
The FSDRP I is structured into six components. The components are: (i) financial inclusion and
strengthening market participants (ii) harmonization of financial laws and regulations against
common standards; (iii) mutual recognition of supervisors; (iv)integration of financial market
infrastructure; (v) development of a regional bond market; and (vi)capacity building. The East
African Community Secretariat intends to use part of the project’s funding for recruitment to fill
various vacant positions.

MONITORING AND EVALUATION SPECIALIST
(1 POST) – (REF: EAC/HR/2012/45)
Directorate: Planning
Reports to: Regional Financial Policy Advisor, Sectoral Analysis
Duration of Contract: 2 years Fixed Term (Non-Established)
Station: East African Community (EAC) Headquarters,
Arusha, Tanzania

MAIN PURPOSE OF THE JOB:
A Monitoring and Evaluation (M & E) specialist is required to lead the M&E function and
promote knowledge sharing, in order to facilitate the financial sector integration process. He/ she
will collect and analyse information to keep track of project implementation and communicate
“lessons learnt” to key project stakeholders.
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SCOPE OF THE ASSIGNMENT:
The detailed tasks to be addressed are as follows:
1. Verify and adjust as appropriate, the project existing baseline figures and take the lead in
designing and managing the monitoring systems required to track project activities, in line with
the project’s results matrix as outlined in the Project Appraisal Document and amended by
subsequent project missions and reviews.
2. Develop a comprehensive set of tools for implementation of the results monitoring system and
support development of a results measurement culture, within the project team.
3. Ensure that project M & E framework, is in line with latest policy development, data collection
and analysis tools for the financial sector M&E systems, used by development agencies and
maintain a flow of monitoring information with key Financial sector development institutions
and agencies within the region.
4. Ensure timely data collection and analysis for the purpose of preparing quarterly and annual
reports, which take stock of project progress and highlight actual and potential problems
affecting project deliverables.
5. Design monitoring tools to be used by Country Coordinators and other PAT members in
compilation of member states’ and regional data and train staff in their use.
6. Communicate monitoring information to management and key stakeholders in a timely
manner, so as to ensure that “lessons learnt” are taken into account when drawing up future
project plans and Identifying corrective actions
7. Put in place arrangements to facilitate sharing of financial sector monitoring information with
both internal teams and external partners and promote knowledge sharing within the region.
8. Undertake any other duties as assigned by the management, in his/her field of competence.

DELIVERABLES:
i. A detailed Project Monitoring and Evaluation Framework
ii. Instruments, methods and/or tools to collect, share and communicate monitoring information
iii. Timely quarterly and annual monitoring reports

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
This post requires a development practitioner, with a relevant post graduate degree in Statistics,
Economics, Business, Financial Management, Social Sciences, or related discipline, together with
specific training in Monitoring and Evaluation. She/he should have at least 5 years’ experience in
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Monitoring & Evaluation of large-scale projects and be able to demonstrate successfully having
developed and managed M & E systems using different data measurement and analysis methods.

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:
Strong analytical skills preferably with demonstrated ability to apply them in analysis of
Monitoring and Evaluation data for the business or financial sectors.Strong understanding of
Results Based Management (RBM), together with Logic modeling/logical framework analysis
.Experience in design and management of evaluation processes, involving multiple
stakeholders.Previous experience in managing monitoring and evaluation of programs related to
sectoral reform interventions will be highly desirable. Strong English oral and written
communication skills, together with strong IT skills, particularly (Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
Outlook).

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE:
This post is a non-established EAC-FSDRP project position, supported by donor funds.
Contract terms are limited to the period of the project (i.e. March 2014). Renewal is possible
subject to extension of the funding and individual staff’s performance. Attractive
consolidated remuneration packages for fixed contract positions will be paid in accordance
with the EAC-FSDRP budget.


HOW TO APPLY:
Suitably qualified candidates should submit their applications quoting the reference number of the
position applied for, by registered mail, courier service, e-mail (all soft copies should be in MS
Word) or dispatch together with Curriculum Vitae, copies of both academic and professional
certificates and testimonials, names and addresses of three referees, and day time telephone/cell
phone contact details to:
The Secretary General
East African Community
Arusha International Conference Centre
5th Floor, Kilimanjaro Wing
P.O. Box 1096
Arusha - Tanzania.
Fax No: 007 27 2502455/2504481
E-mail: vacancies@eachq.org
To be received not later than October 15th 2012


Deadline: 15th October 2012


Financial Statistics Specialist Job Vacancy at East African Community

Job Title: Financial Statistics Specialist

FINANCIAL STATISTICS SPECIALIST
(1 POST) – REF: EAC/HR/2012/41 )
Directorate: Planning
Reports to: Regional Financial Policy Advisor, Sectoral Analysis
Duration of Contract: 2 years Fixed Term (Non-Established)
Station: East African Community (EAC) Headquarters,
1.0 MAIN PURPOSE OF THE POSITION
The overall objective of the position is to collect and organize harmonized financial sector statistics
aimed at enhancing the availability of timely, reliable, comprehensive and comparable financial
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data. Analysis of this data will inform the development of policy and reform initiatives required for
achievement of an integrated market for financial services.
1.1 SCOPE OF THE WORK
THE FINANCIAL STATISTICS SPECIALIST’S RESPONSIBILITIES WILL INCLUDE:
1. Review and appraise the existing frameworks on compilation of harmonized Financial
Soundness indicators (FSI), Financial Statistics (MFS) and statistics necessary for the
development of policies in the banking, pensions, insurance and securities subsectors sectors
among the EAC Partner States.
2. Review and harmonize concepts/definitions, processes and methodologies for designing,
and compilation of the financial sector statistics, including monetary and financial statistics
and Financial Soundness indicators for the region.
3. Create a framework for the generation of regional aggregates where necessary for the above
mentioned sectors together, with Micro-Finance Institution and other Financial Sector
Institutions and validate it in consultation with the relevant partner state institutions.
4. Develop a framework for ensuring compliance to regionally harmonized compilation
practices and the associated institutional arrangements.
5. In liaison with other statistics specialists in the department of planning, facilitate the
adoption by Partner States of the manuals necessary for generation of financial soundness
indicators following the Basle Committee guidelines and other relevant manuals for
compilation of statistics, relating to the capital markets, pensions and insurance sectors.
6. Compile and analyse data relating to formal and informal cross- border financial flows
between EAC member states.
7. Build capacities of Central Banks, Capital Markets Agencies, National Statistics Offices,
Pensions, insurance and other players in the financial sector in compilation of regionally
harmonized statistical data, relating to both formal and informal financial flows.
8. Facilitate the creation of a platform for comprehensive exchange of experiences and sharing
the regional capacities, relating to statistical data collection and analysis, among EAC
Partner States.
9. Provide technical backstopping to Partner States at various stages of compilation of
financial sector statistics.
10. Identify challenges in the harmonization process and suggest policy options.
1.2 DELIVERABLES

THE FINANCIAL STATISTICS SPECIALIST WILL DELIVER THE FOLLOWING:-
i. Comprehensive strategy and policy options for compilation of reliable financial sector
statistics developed
ii. Harmonized definitions, concepts, methods and tools for compilation of financial sector
statistics and create a mechanism for their adoption by the national experts in the EAC
Partner States
iii. Standardized reporting formats based on the international manuals and best practices.
iv. Regional manual and relevant documents on compilation of statistics necessary for policy
formulation in the financial sector.
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v. Establish the EAC financial statistics database to facilitate surveillance for financial stability
vi. Quarterly progress reports on harmonization of financial sector statistics.
vii. Half yearly reports analysing regional financial flows and where appropriate extract
recommendations for policy or reform interventions.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
Applicant should have a Master’s degree in Statistics or Economics or any relevant area, with bias
in Financial Economics from a recognized University/ institution. Holders of PhD in the relevant
areas will have an added advantage.
At least ten (10) years demonstrated working experience in compilation or interpretation of
financial sector statistics in a National, Regional or International organization such as Central Bank,
Statistics Office, capital markets, Insurance and Pensions Sector or any relevant financial sector
institution. Four of the above years should have been at a senior level.


SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
Strong familiarity with relevant statistical software such as Stata and SPSS Knowledge of the
financial sector statistics requirements necessary for development of policies relevant for ensuring
financial stability. Ability to conduct independent research. Demonstrated knowledge of the East
African region. Effective communication, presentation, computer, conceptual, analytical and
writing skills. Working experience in a multi-cultural and multinational environment is an added
advantage. Leadership, team- building and people management skills. Fluent in both written and
spoken English.


TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE
This post is a non-established EAC-FSDRP project position, supported by donor funds.
Contract terms are limited to the period of the project (i.e. March 2014). Renewal is possible
subject to extension of the funding and individual staff’s performance. Attractive
consolidated remuneration packages for fixed contract positions will be paid in accordance
with the EAC-FSDRP budget.


HOW TO APPLY
Suitably qualified candidates should submit their applications quoting the reference number of the
position applied for, by registered mail, courier service, e-mail (all soft copies should be in MS
Word) or dispatch together with Curriculum Vitae, copies of both academic and professional
certificates and testimonials, names and addresses of three referees, and day time telephone/cell
phone contact details to:
The Secretary General
East African Community
Arusha International Conference Centre
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5th Floor, Kilimanjaro Wing
P.O. Box 1096
Arusha - Tanzania.
Fax No: 007 27 2502455/2504481
E-mail: vacancies@eachq.org
To be received not later than October 15th 2012

Deadline: 15th Oct 2012



Jobs at Uganda Law Society - Legal Aid & Pro BONO Assistant

Job Title: Legal Aid and Pro BONO Assistant

Key Responsibilities:
  • He/she will assist in monitoring of the legal aid mechanism and pro bono scheme, and support the proper functioning of databse once set up in ULS
  • He/she will be reponsible for supporting the functions of the managers of the legal aid and pro bono schemes
  • Provide on going assistance to responsible staff on proper entry of data and generation of reports
Qualifications and Competencies:
  • LLB and post graduate Diploma in legal practice
  • At least one year of professional experience in legal and service provision
Knowledge, Skills and Personal Attributes
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong analysis and strong reporting skills
  • Excellent one to one and group communication presentation skills
  • Experience working with computer software packages
How to Apply:
Applications should be submitted to ULS not later than 28th Sept 2012

The Executive Director
Uganda Law Society/ Legal Aid Project
Plot 5a, Acacia Avenue
P.O Box 426,
Kampala

Deadline: 28th Sept 2012


Pensions Specialist Job Opportunity at East African Community


Job Title: Pensions Specialist

(1 POST) – (REF: EAC/HR/2012/47)
Directorate: Planning
Reports to: Regional Policy Advisor, Market Development
Duration of Contract: 2 years Fixed Term (Non-Established)
Station: East African Community (EAC) Headquarters,
Arusha, Tanzania


MAIN PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:
The EAC- FSDRP 1 requires the services of an experienced pensions’ sector professional, familiar
with the operations and management of pension schemes within the region and/or developing
economies, to provide technical leadership for the interventions required to integrate the sector. To
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carry out his/ her tasks the Pension Specialist should liaise with relevant financial and pension
sector institutions. These include but are not limited to central banks capital markets regulators,
insurance and pension regulators, fund managers

SCOPE OF THE ASSIGNMENT:
The position requires delivery of the incumbent’s own direct technical inputs, together with guiding
analytical work and consultative processes relating to pension sector development. The Pension
Specialist’s responsibilities will be as follows:
1. To provide technical inputs, knowledge and analysis in the identification, design, and
development of regional interventions aimed at integration of the sector.
2. Working alone or jointly with consultants, to assess the pension sectors in the partner states,
by identifying the economic, institutional, social and demographic factors, affecting sectoral
development.
3. Carry out analysis and consultations, with the aim of informing regional policies and
strategies.
4. Using the appropriate pension sector analytical software, the Pension Specialist will model
the outcome of various scenarios for the future of the pension sector in partner states, this
will include inter alia simulating the effects of reform options for both defined benefit and
defined contribution schemes.
5. Work jointly with sectoral stakeholders and where required, specialist resource persons or
consultants, in the preparation of draft pension legislation and regulations.
6. The specialist will back- stop technical committees or taskforces together with other
structured consultative processes relating to pension sector development and integration, with
the aim of consensus development on key project objectives under the project components
mentioned in the background section above.
7. Based on the above and other analyses, the specialist will develop recommendations with
respect to strategies for regional pension sector reform and integration.

DELIVERABLES:
i) Final Report on East Africa Community Pensions Study. The report should address the
number of schemes, how they have been incorporated, their statistical data, including funds
under management, members, retirees etc. The report should address the legal framework
and the supervisory arrangements in each partner state. The report will also disclose the
financial position of each of the schemes.
ii) Policy dossier on recommendations for policy interventions for the regional pensions
industry to support the preparation of the EAC Pensions Act, which will enable portability
of pensions benefits between schemes across the region;
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iii) Input into the draft Pensions Bill and Regulations.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
A Master’s degree or equivalent in Economics, Business, Finance and/or related fields with a first
University degree in Economics, Business, Finance or related fields and specialized experience or a
qualification in pension sector management.
At least 8 years of relevant experience, working in developing countries or an emerging market
pension sector, including both operational and policy level experience.


SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:
Strong knowledge and experience in the following areas gained from working in developing
countries: Pension legislation; Pension regulation and supervision; The principles recommended by
the International Organization of Pension Supervisors; Pension scheme operations; Valuation of
defined benefit schemes; Assessing the outcomes of various pension sector options; Knowledge and
experience in consumer protection and public education will be an added advantage; Should be in
possession of strong analytical and communication skills both written and verbal.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE:
This post is a non-established EAC-FSDRP project position, supported by donor funds.
Contract terms are limited to the period of the project (i.e. March 2014). Renewal is possible
subject to extension of the funding and individual staff’s performance. Attractive
consolidated remuneration packages for fixed contract positions will be paid in accordance
with the EAC-FSDRP budget.


HOW TO APPLY:
Suitably qualified candidates should submit their applications quoting the reference number of the
position applied for, by registered mail, courier service, e-mail (all soft copies should be in MS
Word) or dispatch together with Curriculum Vitae, copies of both academic and professional
certificates and testimonials, names and addresses of three referees, and day time telephone/cell
phone contact details to:
The Secretary General
East African Community
Arusha International Conference Centre
5th Floor, Kilimanjaro Wing
P.O. Box 1096
Arusha - Tanzania.
Fax No: 007 27 2502455/2504481
E-mail: vacancies@eachq.org
To be received not later than October 15th 2012


Deadline: 15th October 2012


Financial Policy Advisor Job Vacancy at East African Community



Job Title:
REGIONAL FINANCIAL POLICY ADVISOR- SECTORAL ANALYSIS
(1 POST) – (REF: EAC/HR/2012/42)
Directorate: Planning
Reports to: Project Manager
Duration of Contract: 2 years Fixed Term (Non-Established)
Station: East African Community (EAC) Headquarters,
Arusha, Tanzania


MAIN PURPOSE OF THE POST
To facilitate efficient and effective implementation of the EAC- Financial Sector Development and
Regionalization Project, by improving the performance of East Africa’s financial markets.
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SCOPE OF WORK
The key responsibilities of the Regional Financial Policy Advisor will include:
1. Provide guidance and advice on the operations of the financial sector in the Partner States;
2. Provide substantive technical input into policies and strategy facilitating the operations of the
financial market with a view to establishing a single market in financial services among EAC
Partner States;
3. Play a leading role in the adoption of the international best practices by Partner States;
4. Facilitate the improvement of standards with a view to creating an efficient surveillance of
securities transactions across borders of the Partner States;
5. Develop programs for capacity building with a view to ensure integration of EAC Financial
Markets;
6. Facilitate the implementation of Council and Summit decisions/ directives related to the sector;
7. Facilitate sharing of data and other relevant information with a view to ensuring transparency in
the sector;
8. Develop a comprehensive financial surveillance database, monitoring and evaluation system;
9. Facilitate the creation of a platform for comprehensive exchange of experiences and sharing the
regional capacities among EAC Partner States;
10. Provide technical backstopping to Partner States at various stages of creating an efficient
financial market;
11. Identify challenges in the harmonization process and suggest policy options;
12. Provide leadership on policy dialogue with EAC Governments and stakeholders and providing
guidance to management on technical issues;
13. Cultivate strategic relationships with stakeholders and line up specialists, as needed, to follow
up;
14. Ensuring alignment of policy development activities with the World Bank guidelines;
15. Manage tasks related to strategic initiatives;
16. Lead and coordinate the team responsible for sectoral analysis;
17. Take responsibility for overall quality of deliverables and follow-up to ensure on-time delivery
with regard to staff under his/her supervision;
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18. Upstream review of technical/study reports/ project documents and provide comments as
required;
19. Present monthly reports on the FSDRP I progress in a format and level of detail agreed with
EAC Secretariat and stakeholders;
20. Assist the EAC Secretariat in preparing quarterly project progress reports, a project completion
report, and monitoring and evaluating operational and strategic reports;
21. Foster a team environment, mentor staff and ensure that capacity building is well integrated into
all project activities;
22. Undertake other duties as may be requested by the EAC Secretariat.


DELIVERABLES
The Regional Financial Policy Advisor will deliver the following:-
i. Harmonized standards and policies on operations of an efficient financial market in place
and adopted by the Partner States;
ii. Enhanced Capacity of the national experts and other relevant stakeholders in the integrated
financial market;
iii. A comprehensive strategy on policy options for the improvement of the performance of the
financial markets;
iv. Progress reports on the development of an efficient market.


QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
Applicants should have a master’s degree in Finance Economics or any relevant areas, with bias in
Finance, from a recognised University/ institution. Holders of PhD in the relevant areas will have
an added advantage.
At least eight (8) years demonstrated working experience in operations of financial markets at
national, regional or international organizations level with a master’s degrees or three (3) years with
a PhD

COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS:
Ability to develop practical and innovative approaches to difficult policy institutional and
operational issues. Practical knowledge in policy formulation for operations of financial markets
and ability to engage in a broad range of financial policy issues,- including financial sector policy
and regulation, banking, capital markets, insurance, access to finance, rural finance, banking
governance, and the financial aspects of PPP. Knowledge of the East African Community
integration processes. Effective communication, presentation, analytical and writing skills.
Leadership, team building and people management skills. Fluent in both written and spoken
English. Working experience in a multi-cultural and multinational environment is an added
advantage.
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE:
This post is a non-established EAC-FSDRP project position, supported by donor funds.
Contract terms are limited to the period of the project (i.e. March 2014). Renewal is possible
subject to extension of the funding and individual staff’s performance. Attractive
consolidated remuneration packages for fixed contract positions will be paid in accordance
with the EAC-FSDRP budget.



HOW TO APPLY:
Suitably qualified candidates should submit their applications quoting the reference number of the
position applied for, by registered mail, courier service, e-mail (all soft copies should be in MS
Word) or dispatch together with Curriculum Vitae, copies of both academic and professional
certificates and testimonials, names and addresses of three referees, and day time telephone/cell
phone contact details to:
The Secretary General
East African Community
Arusha International Conference Centre
5th Floor, Kilimanjaro Wing
P.O. Box 1096
Arusha - Tanzania.
Fax No: 007 27 2502455/2504481
E-mail: vacancies@eachq.org
To be received not later than October 15th 2012


Deadline: 15th Oct 2012


Research Analyst Job Vacancy at East African Community


Job Title: Research Analyst

EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY
EAC FSDRP I Project
BACKGROUND
The EAC Financial Sector Development and Regionalization Project I (EAC - FSDRP I), which is
funded by a $16 million IDA grant, became effective in June 2011. The project aims to support the
development of the East African financial sector, through the establishment of a single market in
financial services. Creation of a single financial services market, will also contribute to realization
of the Common Market Protocol, by facilitating the attainment of the four freedoms i.e. movement
of goods, labour, services and capital.
Under FSDRP I, the Project Administration Team (PAT) has begun work to establish foundations
for EAC financial sector regionalization through; establishing core capacity at the institutional level
to support the EAC financial sector integration process; producing EAC model directives for
financial sector laws and regulations; and achieving early wins in regional integration of market
infrastructure.
The FSDRP I is structured into six components. The components are: (i) financial inclusion and
strengthening market participants (ii) harmonization of financial laws and regulations against
common standards; (iii) mutual recognition of supervisors; (iv)integration of financial market
infrastructure; (v) development of a regional bond market; and (vi)capacity building. The East
African Community Secretariat intends to use part of the project’s funding for recruitment to fill
various vacant positions.


RESEARCH ANALYST
(1 POST) – (REF: EAC/HR/2012/44)
Directorate: Planning
Reports to: Regional Financial Policy Advisor, Sectoral Analysis
Duration of Contract: 2 years Fixed Term (Non-Established)
Station: East African Community (EAC) Headquarters,
Arusha, Tanzania
PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:
Contribute to and where necessary undertake research on financial sector policy and operations to
aid decision making, and inform policy analysis and formulation at EAC Secretariat level. The
incumbent will report to the Regional Financial Policy Advisor -responsible for financial sector
analysis.
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SCOPE OF WORK:
1. Contribute to identification and/or where required identify topical research issues with regional
focus in the EAC financial sector;
2. Produce quality research proposals on EAC financial sector issues preceded by a comprehensive
review of relevant literature;
3. Present research proposals to a team of relevant technical staff of the EAC Secretariat for
discussion and endorsement;
4. In collaboration with relevant staff at the EAC Secretariat and Partner States, undertake data
gathering, collation, and analysis in respect of research proposals above;
5. Produce and disseminate quality research reports with policy implications to aid management
decisions, and inform policy analysis and formulation at relevant levels;
6. Contribute to policy analysis, policy research and policy formulation on financial sector issues
mainly at the EAC Secretariat level, and occasionally at Partner states’ level;
7. Conduct evaluations of selected programs at the EAC Secretariat level;
8. Regularly analyze statistical data prepared by the financial statistics specialist and use it
prepare to up-to-date information and data systems as well as prepare reports on sectoral
performance at regional level.
9. Write half yearly articles and updates on monetary and financial policy developments and
operations of the Partner States;
10. Produce progress reports of research activities undertaken by the Directorate of Planning;
11. In consultation with Country Coordinators and Regional Financial Policy Advisor, participate in
the creation of a platform for comprehensive information exchange and experience sharing
among EAC Partner States on aspects of monetary and financial sector integration; and
12. Undertake other duties as may be required.
DELIVERABLES:
i. Research Proposals relating to financial integration.
ii. Competent research and other reports produced relating to priorities for financial sector
integration.
iii. Databases for research topics and outputs relating to financial sector integration.
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iv. Quarterly and annual reports produced in time.
v. Articles published in reputable publications, relating to regional trade and business.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
A development researcher with a relevant post graduate degree in Economics, Statistics, Banking,
Finance, social sciences, or related disciplines, together with specific training in Financial Sector
Policy, Regulations, and Operations.
She/ he should have at least 5 years’ experience in a financial sector setting and be able to
demonstrate successfully having developed and executed research projects using modern research
methods and tools. Demonstrable experience in policy analysis and research.

COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS:
Strong, analytical skills with demonstrated ability to apply them in analysis of financial sector
policy, regulations and operations. Experience in monitoring and evaluation processes. Experience
in design of databases for research themes and topics. Strong English oral and written
communication skills, together with Strong IT skills, particularly (STATA, SPSS, E-Views, Excel,
Power point).

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE:
This post is a non-established EAC-FSDRP project position, supported by donor funds.
Contract terms are limited to the period of the project (i.e. March 2014). Renewal is possible
subject to extension of the funding and individual staff’s performance. Attractive
consolidated remuneration packages for fixed contract positions will be paid in accordance
with the EAC-FSDRP budget.


HOW TO APPLY:
Suitably qualified candidates should submit their applications quoting the reference number of the
position applied for, by registered mail, courier service, e-mail (all soft copies should be in MS
Word) or dispatch together with Curriculum Vitae, copies of both academic and professional
certificates and testimonials, names and addresses of three referees, and day time telephone/cell
phone contact details to:
The Secretary General
East African Community
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Arusha International Conference Centre
5th Floor, Kilimanjaro Wing
P.O. Box 1096
Arusha - Tanzania.
Fax No: 007 27 2502455/2504481
E-mail: vacancies@eachq.org
To be received not later than October 15th 2012


Deadline: 15th October 2012


Jobs at East African Community in Uganda- Country Coordinator

Job Title: Country Coordinator

EAC FSDRP I Project
BACKGROUND
The EAC Financial Sector Development and Regionalization Project I (EAC - FSDRP I), which is
funded by a $16 million IDA grant, became effective in June 2011. The project aims to support the
development of the East African financial sector, through the establishment of a single market in
financial services. Creation of a single financial services market, will also contribute to realization
of the Common Market Protocol, by facilitating the attainment of the four freedoms i.e. movement
of goods, labour, services and capital.
Under FSDRP I, the Project Administration Team (PAT) has begun work to establish foundations
for EAC financial sector regionalization through; establishing core capacity at the institutional level
to support the EAC financial sector integration process; producing EAC model directives for
financial sector laws and regulations; and achieving early wins in regional integration of market
infrastructure.
The FSDRP I is structured into six components. The components are: (i) financial inclusion and
strengthening market participants (ii) harmonization of financial laws and regulations against
common standards; (iii) mutual recognition of supervisors; (iv) integration of financial market
infrastructure; (v) development of a regional bond market; and (vi) capacity building. The East
African Community Secretariat intends to use part of the project’s funding for recruitment to fill
various vacant positions.


COUNTRY COORDINATOR - UGANDA
(1 POST) (REF: EAC/HR/2012/52)
Directorate: Planning
Reports to: Regional Financial Policy Advisor, Sectoral Analysis
Duration of Contract: 2 years Fixed Term (Non-Established)
Station: Arusha, Tanzania
PURPOSE OF THE POST:
The Coordinator will be responsible for ensuring effective understanding of and achievement of
project objectives, analysis of and reporting on partner state development needs, together with
establishment of institutional networks required for the timely collection and transmission of sector
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performance information. Over and above their outreach duties, they will support activities at the
EAC secretariat in their areas of financial sector specialization.
SCOPE OF WORK:
1. Provide technical and policy related information to the Project Administration Team (PAT), on
market trends and reform initiatives in the partner state to which the coordinator is assigned.
2. Regularly liaise with financial sector stakeholders in partner states to maintain awareness of
project objectives and ensure support for implementation of project activities.
3. Build strong information sharing arrangements with key actors in partner states
4. Assist the PAT in the preparation of quarterly and annual monitoring and evaluation reports and
facilitate knowledge sharing throughout the region.
5. Propose strategies and interventions for strengthening project implementation and partner states
outreach.
6. Keep abreast of and regularly report on Partner State concerns and priorities, as well as the
socio-economic conditions and trends, as they relate to financial sector integration.
7. Work closely with and support the national constituency of the financial sector providers’
council to identify priority issues which need to be addressed at the regional level.
8. Foster operational and policy linkages between the FSDRP and in country financial sector
development projects, for the purposes of identifying potential synergies between the FSDRP
and the above initiatives and make proposals as to how these should be further exploited.
9. Keep project team and EAC management informed on partner state’s developments and
priorities, in particular, with respect to project themes and components.
10. Undertake research and analytical assignments in the coordinator’s area of specialization.
DELIVERABLES:
i. Quarterly reports covering sectoral trends, levels of development and progress in
implementation of project initiatives at partner state level
ii. Successful execution of well-planned FSDRP/ EAC dialogues, conferences and other
initiatives in Partner States
iii. A database of key contacts and development interventions of relevance to the project in
partner states
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QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
A master’s degree in Economics, Financial Management, Commerce, Business Management, or
related discipline. Suitable Candidates should have eight years relevant working experience, of
which the last three years should have been in middle to senior management positions in operations,
policy making or regulation of the financial sector (i.e. Banking, Pensions, Insurance or
Microfinance). Candidate should have good working knowledge, contacts and experience, in the
Ugandan financial sector.


SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:
The Country Coordinators will be expected to be in possession of high-level contacts in their areas
of operation. The post will require excellent analytical and communication skills in
written & spoken English, with a demonstrated competence in writing concept/strategy notes,
project proposals & progress reports.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE:
This post is a non-established EAC-FSDRP project position, supported by donor funds.
Contract terms are limited to the period of the project (i.e. March 2014). Renewal is possible
subject to extension of the funding and individual staff’s performance. Attractive
consolidated remuneration packages for fixed contract positions will be paid in accordance
with the EAC-FSDRP budget.


HOW TO APPLY:
Suitably qualified candidates should submit their applications quoting the reference number of the
position applied for, by registered mail, courier service, e-mail (all soft copies should be in MS
Word) or dispatch together with Curriculum Vitae, copies of both academic and professional
certificates and testimonials, names and addresses of three referees, and day time telephone/cell
phone contact details to:
The Secretary General
East African Community
Arusha International Conference Centre
5th Floor, Kilimanjaro Wing
P.O. Box 1096
Arusha - Tanzania.
Fax No: 007 27 2502455/2504481
E-mail: vacancies@eachq.org



Deadline: October 15th 2012


Jobs at Uganda Law Society- Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist


Job Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist
Key Responsibilities:
  • In coordination with the program coordinator and project staff establish a reliable participatory M&E framework for the ASF-ULS project
  • Design full M&E procedures and operating  plans within the program area
  • Design, implement, improve and maintain workable and comprehensive M&E tools for the monitoring of core the ASF-ULS program activities within the program area
  • Assist in the drafting of periodic program thematic internal and external reports
Qualifications and Competencies:
  • University degree  preferably in social sciences, or development studies or other relevant discipline
  • At least 4 years experience in M&E Design and implementation
  • At least 4 years experience in project review and evaluation
Knowledge, Skills and Personal Attributes
Key Responsibilities:
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong analysis skills and strong reporting skills
  • Excellent one to one group communication
How to Apply:
Applications should be submitted to ULS not later than 28th Sept 2012 and addressed to:

The Executive Director,
Uganda Law Society/ Legal Aid Project
Plot 5a, Acacia Avenue
P.O Box 426
Kampala

Deadline: 28th Sept 2012


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