Jobs at Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation in Uganda- Research Officer


Job Title: Research Officer

DEPARTMENT: Program

LOCATION: Mbarara

Reporting Relationships: The Research Officer reports to the Project Coordinator



Job Summary:

The Research Officer will manage Research activities for ACCLAIM project focused on Increasing Access, Retention, and Follow-up of PMTCT services at the Community Level, taking place in Uganda’s. He will assist with the design, implementation and monitoring and evaluation of the Research activities in Uganda.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

• Ensure all local project activities are in alignment with project requirements.

• Participate in the design and implementation of baseline assessments, formative research, efficacy assessments and process evaluations; and ensure high quality data collection

• Participate in OR protocol development and oversee the national IRB submission for research activities

• Facilitate the development of community advisory group to support design and implementation of the operations research activities for the project

• Ensure project compliance to all research requirements, particularly protection of human subjects

• Provides logistical support for OR training activities, implementation of research protocols, study procedures and data collection

• Oversee data collection activities to ensure data standards are being met throughout the project

• Oversee maintenance of the research database.

• Participate in compiling and submission of monthly operational, quarterly, mid-year and annual reports on ACCLAIM project.

• Supports the Project Coordinator in implemeting ACCLAIM project research activities by managing data collection, entry and transmission, adherence to research protocols including ethical standards.

• Serves as a resource for Program Implementation and Management on issues related to research and evaluation.

• Provides the Country Director with technical guidance on issues related to operational research design, implementation and evaluation.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

• Good knowledge and understanding of HIV/AIDS issues in the health sector in Uganda

• Good understanding of research methodologies, research ethics

• Strong written and verbal skills

• Strong analytical skills

• Computer literacy including use of statistical packages

• Ability to effectively manage others and work as part of a team

• Ability and willingness to undertake frequent in country travel

• Fluency in English required, knowledge of local languages preferred

Qualifications and working Experience:

• A bachelor’s degree in medicine, public health, environmental health, community nursing or a social sciences related field such as Sociology, Gender Studies or Anthropology. A master’s degree is an added advantage.

• 3-5 years proven experience working with operations research

• 3-5 years of proven experience working with health programs in Africa

• Ability to travel in-country up to 50% of the time

• Ability to work as needed on evenings and weekends Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS


How to Apply:
Foundation is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified individuals are welcome to apply. Please send cover letter and CV to:

The Country Director/COP

Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF)

Plot 18A Kyadondo Road, Nakasero

P.O. Box 21127,Kampala, Uganda

E-mail: UgandaRecruitment@pedaids.org

EGPAF will only contact short-listed applicants. Deadline for

submission is 28th September 2012 at 2:00pm



Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


Deadline: 28th Sept 2012


Human Resource Administrator Job at Mukwano Group of Companies in Uganda


Job Title: Human Resource Administrator
Ref: MIUL 02/09/12

Reporting to: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER

Job Objective:

To implement HR policies and practices and provide comprehensive support consistent with the Group’s strategy, growth and profit motives.

Duties and responsibilities:

• Liaising with relevant HR Advisors in facilitating recruitment performance appraisal, contract renewals, trainings, confirmations and compliance with manpower optimization requirements.

• Helping employees understand the company General Rules and Regulations and the Collective Bargaining Agreement

• Processing of loans, leave and salary advance applications.

• Advising and offering HR support to Business Unit Managers in the plants.

• Enforcing discipline among employees and monitoring duty attendance in theptants.

• Submiting weekly plant status reports to Human Resource Manager.

• Executing any other tasks assigned by the Human Resource Manager.

Minimum Qualification & Experience:

• A Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management. Psychology; Social Sciences, Social Work and Social Administration or any other related discipline.

• Knowledge of existing Ugandan labour laws.

• Minimum of 1 (one) year of work experience in a similar position in a large manufacturing business entity.


How to Apply
Applications with copies of academe credentials, testimonials and a detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) indicating contact details of three (3) referees should be sent by post to:

The Human Resource Department
Mukwano Group of Companies
P. O. Box 2671, Kampala, Uganda.

Or by email to recruitment@mukwano.com.

Please, quote the job reference as subject of your e-mail.
All attachments sent by email must not exceed 2 MB.


Deadline: 25th Sept 2012



Medical Officer Job Vacancy at Brac Uganda


Job Title: Medical Officer (Health Program)(Position 01)
BRAC Uganda

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

Supervision and monitoring of field activities Provide technical Support in tield Organize training

Coordinate with Ministry of Health at national level and district level Coordinate and correspond with donor and relevant agency

• Prepare Project Proposal.

• Prepare descriptive report and analyze monthly report Provide necessary support to Program Manager to implement the program

Qualifications/Requirements:

    MBCHB or relevant professional degree from a recogni?ed institution.
    MPH.will be preferable
    Strong communication and interpersonal skills
    Five years experience in Public Health Field.

Age limit. NOT more than 40 years

Salary: Negotiable

Job Location: Kampala but require extensive field visit for monitoring, supervision and staff development


How to Apply
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. The organization implements integrated development approach combining Education, Health, Agriculture, Livestock, Adolescent Empowerment, and Micro finance

Interested candidates should send their applications together with their CV. 2 passport size photographs, Recommendation letter from LC 1, 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,

NB: Please indicate your day time telephone contacts and title of the post on the left side top part of the envelope.

Deadline: 28th Sept 2012




Jobs at UNOPS in Uganda- Evaluation Team Member


Job Title: Evaluation National Team Member

Vacancy code VA/2012/B5004/1163
Position title Evaluation National Team Member
Department/office NAO, UNDG
Duty station Mutiple cities, Uganda
Contract type Local ICA Specialist
Contract level LICA Specialist-6
Duration 10-12 days
Application period 11-Sep-2012 to 02-Oct-2012
Print
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
This vacancy has been cancelled.
Background Information - UNOPS

“UNOPS plays a critical role in providing management services for our life-saving, peacebuilding, humanitarian and development operations. I have seen many examples of how these activities help suffering people in troubled parts of the world.”
-Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary-General

UNOPS mission is to expand the capacity of the UN system and its partners to implement peacebuilding, humanitarian and development operations that matter for people in need.

Working in some of the world’s most challenging environments, UNOPS vision is to always satisfy partners with management services that meet world-class standards of quality, speed and cost effectiveness.

By assisting UN organizations, international financial institutions, governments and other development partners, UNOPS makes significant, tangible contributions to results on the ground.

UNOPS employs more than 6000 personnel and on behalf of its partners creates thousands more work opportunities in local communities. With its headquarters in Copenhagen, Denmark, a network of five regional offices and a further 20 operations and project centres, UNOPS oversees activities in more than 80 countries.

UNOPS is committed to achieving a truly diverse workforce.
Background Information - NAO

North America Regional Office
The UNOPS North America Regional Office provides services that help implement projects for a range of partners, and support operations run by the UNOPS Mine Action Cluster, Small Grants Cluster and Development Group Cluster. In addition, the office serves as a liaison between UNOPS headquarters and its Executive Board, which supports and supervises UNOPS activities globally.
Background Information - Development Group Cluster

Development Group Cluster

The UNOPS Development Group Cluster is based in the North America Office and supports a diverse and complex portfolio including partners such as the United Nations Development Programme (the Bureau for Development Policy, the Human Development Report Office, and the Special Unit for South-South Cooperation), the United Nations Population Fund, the United Nations Capital Development Fund, the United Nations Secretariat and a broadening community of primarily New York-based UN partners in the delivery of project management, implementation and administration services.

The objectives of the mid-term evaluation are:

    To assist UNCDF,The MasterCard Foundation, future co-financing partners, grantee Financial Service Providers (FSPs) and their clients, to understand the efficiency, effectiveness, relevance, likely impact and sustainability of results;
    To assess the level of satisfaction of programme stakeholders and beneficiaries with the results;
    To assess whether UNCDF and its partners are effectively positioned to achieve results;
    To contribute to UNCDF and partners’ learning from programme experience;
    To help programme stakeholders assess the value and opportunity for broader replication of the programme;
    To ensure accountability for results to the programme’s financial backers, stakeholders and beneficiaries;

The YouthStart mid-term evaluation is scheduled to start in September 2012 until January 2013:
-          Pre-mission phase:             September to November 2012
-          Mission phase:                   November 2012
-          Post-mission phase:           November 2012 to January 2013

Programme summary:

UNCDF contributes to the achievement of the MDGs through a variety of innovative approaches in the sectors of local development and inclusive finance. UNCDF Financial Inclusion Practice Area (FIPA) operates inclusive finance (IF) programmes in 25 least developed countries in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia/Pacific through a sector-based approach and, more recently, through thematic initiatives.

Although microfinance has been making great strides in terms of outreach and creation of sustainable organizations, the number of these organizations that consider youth as a potential new market that needs specific products is limited.  And yet, youth between 12 and 24 years of age number 1.5 billion with that number growing by another one billion over the next decade.  This potential market is a huge opportunity for institutions providing financial services, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa.

Against this background, UNCDF launched YouthStart with the support of The MasterCard Foundation in 2010. To improve financial inclusion of youth, YouthStart supports 11 strong FSPs in developing, piloting and rolling out youth-focused financial products, especially savings, and non-financial services such as financial education. YouthStart aims to reach 200,000 new youth clients, with at least 50% of those being young women and girls, by the end of 2014.  As of June 2012, the majority of YouthStart partners had finished their pilot tests, and based on the lessons learned[1], they started scaling up the services for youth in the second half of 2012. Through their pilot tests, YouthStart partners provided financial services to 16,891 youth (of which 39% are young women and adlocent girls), financial education to close to 20,000 youth (of which 38% are young women and girls) and have mobilized close to US$350,000 in savings.

Evaluation framework and methodology:

The methodology used for the YouthStart mid-term evaluation is based on UNCDF’s core evaluation approach which involves testing the intervention logic/development hypothesis underlying a programme against evidence on its implementation performance. The evaluation will assess the coherence of the programme’s theory of change, its progress toward expected outcomes and lessons learnt to date on programme design and implementation.

Specifically, the following three hypotheses will be tested:

    Introducing sustainable Youth Financial Services by one or two FSPs into a country results in (i) a more appropriate legal and regulatory environment that promotes youth financial inclusion, and(ii) other FSPs consider youth as a viable market and target/serve them with youth-centered products.
    YFS contribute to increase outreach and sustainability of FSPs.
    When accessing the right combination of financial and non-financial services, youth and young women in particular, are better equipped to make more informed financial decisions, build assets for their futures and create sustainable livelihoods.

UNCDF has developed a Financial Inclusion Evaluation Matrix based on the standard IF intervention logic. The 7 key questions are organized around the UN/OECD DAC evaluation criteria of relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, likely impact and sustainability of results.

The evaluation matrix provides a clear framework for data collection, and includes a series of proposed indicators, data collection methods and sources of information for each question and sub-question which include key document analysis, structured interviews with key stakeholders, focus group discussions, site visits, etc. This will complement the secondary data from monitoring and reporting carried out to date.

During the inception phase consultants will be asked to validate this methodology and propose alternatives to the sub-questions or data collection methods.

The methodology proposed, data collection, analysis methods and the evaluation report is intended to be  gender sensitive to the extent possible.

[1] For a complete report on lessons learned from the pilot test of YouthStart partners, see: “Assesing new youth-focused products: Pilot testing financial and non financial services for youth in sub-Saharan Africa” (New York: UNCDF, 2012)
Functional Responsibilities

    Documentation review;
    Contributing to the development of the evaluation plan and methodology;
    Conducting those elements of the evaluation determined by the Team Leader (or designated evaluation member);
    Contributing to presentation of the evaluation findings and recommendations at the de-briefing;
    Contributing to the drafting and finalization of the evaluation report.


Competencies

    Demonstrated capacity for strategic thinking and good analytical and written skills;
    Displays ability to synthesize research and reach empirically based conclusions on related subject;
    Proven capacity to produce quality evaluation reports;
    Good application of Results-Based Management;
    Consistently ensures timeliness and quality of work, even under pressure;
    Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability;
    Demonstrates integrity by modeling ethical standards.

Education/Experience/Language requirements

Master in international development, Economics, Finance, Public Policy, Development Economics/Planning, monitoring and evaluation or related field; Or Bachelor Degree in the same areas.



    Minimum of 5 years of accumulated experience in microfinance (in youth microfinance and/or in integrated services a plus);
    Proven ability to qualitative and quantitative evaluation methods to assess programme results;
    Knowledge of CGAP benchmarks and industry best practices;
    Familiarity with issues related to youth programming, youth serving organizations and financial products and services for youth.

Language: working knowledege of English and French.
Additional Considerations

    Please note that the closing date is midnight Copenhagen time (CET)
    Applications received after the closing date will not be considered.
    Only those candidates that are short-listed for interviews will be notified.
    Qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
    UNOPS reserves the right to appoint a candidate at a level below the advertised level of the post
    The incumbent is responsible to abide by security policies, administrative instructions, plans and procedures of the UN Security Management System and that of UNOPS. 

Contract type, level and duration

How to Apply:
https://gprs.unops.org/Pages/ViewVacancy/VADetails.aspx?id=1163

Deadline: 2nd Oct 2012



Jobs at CARE International in Uganda- Program Director


Job Title; Director  Program Quality  and Learning

Job Summary
Reporting to the  Program Director /Assistant  Country Director – Program , and  working  closely with  the Country  Director ,  the position  of Director for  Program  Quality  and Learning (DPQL) is intended to  take forward  and build on the results  of the work undertaken  by the senior advisor  for program quality  and learning (SAPQL) which mainly  focused on leading   the finalization  of the  three country  office  CO  program designs i.e   The Nothern Uganda Women  Empowerment program  (NUWEP),  the women in Natural Resource  Governance Program  (WENG) and the women and youth   Financial Inclusion  Program (WAYFIP) plus establishing of  functioning   program quality &  learning unit with  central technical support  and initiating   mechanisms for  knowledge management in the CO.
Core Roles and Responsibilities;
•    Enhance program quality through  knowledge management , learning and reflective  practice in all programs .
•    Ensure that all programs adhere  to CARE’s programming  principals and approaches  (e.g.  CI  Programming  principals , the program approach  and program characteristics , CARE’s unifying  framework ,CI gender policy , Rights based approach,  etc.) and abide by  agreed and  CARE  and industry standards  (CI evaluation policy , technical norms and  standards etc).
•    Ensure that all  programs  (both long term and potential  emergency  response programs )  address  the  underlying causes  of poverty and  are in line with  the country office  strategic plan
•    Prepare consolidated  impact statements  across programs.

Qualifications ;
•    Master’s Degree in Social Sciences /Development  Studies /Information Systems
•    5 years experience  of DME  including impact measurement , knowledge management , and program quality  and learning preferably in development Organizations
•    Practical , project level  and overall CO experience  with NGO’s or international development organizations .
•    Demonstrated  competency in qualitative  and quantitative  information collection , processing , management and  analysis ; and report preparation  and presentation  plus research skills.

How to apply;
Interested persons  with the above requirements  should submit  typed  applications  together with detailed  (CV) giving daytime  telephone contacts  and names and addresses  of three work related referees  as well as certified  copies of all  academic  and professional  certificates .
Applications  should be addressed  to;
 Human Resource Management  Coordinator ,
 CARE International  in Uganda ,
P. O. Box 7280 , Kampala or  recruit@co.care.


Deadline; 21st September 2012




Mechanic Jobs Vacancy in Uganda

Job Title: Mechanic
About this job

Our Client is seeking to recruit suitably qualified candidates for the above vacancy;

Duties and Responsibilities:

    Responsible for the watch of the Engine, and to assure the power distribution on the rig.
    Maintain the order, cleanliness and house keeping in the engine spaces all the time.
    Clean and paint mechanical material and equipment.
    Responsible for the weekly work procedure.
    Participate in the maintenance of all machinery; engines, pumps, compressors, air conditioning, etc. following the check list given by the Chief Mechanic.
    Participate at the preventive maintenance of the engines.
    Must report to his line supervisor for any abnormal situation.
    Perform any jobs requested by his line Supervisor as long as the job is within his competence.

Skills/Knowledge:

    Excellent verbal, written & communication skills.
    Effective people management skills.
    Credibility with staff & management.

Qualifications:

    Technical degree.
    Literate & numerate.
    PC literate in Microsoft Office.
    Fluent written & spoken English.
    Junior Mechanic CAP program completed.
    Minimum 3years relevant experience in an oil-field service environment with a minimum 1year as a junior mechanic or equivalent position.

How to Apply:

Please follow the instructions as stated below as failure to do so could lead to disqualification.

1. Send an Application letter and CV/Resume.

2. Merge these two documents into one document in either word or pdf format.

3. Do not attach or send any scanned documents, these are sometimes too large for our inbox.

4. Include the job title and/or reference number in the subject line of the email address   and send your application by email to oil&gasjobs@nftconsult.com

5. Only successful candidates will be contacted. For all other inquiries please contact our offices directly.


Deadline:28th Sept 2012



Jobs at Malaria Consortium in Uganda - Human Resource Manager


Job Title: Human Resource Manager, Kampala
Closing Date: Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Malaria Consortium is one of the world's leading non-profit organizations dedicated to the comprehensive control of malaria and other communicable diseases in Africa and Southeast Asia. Malaria Consortium works with communities, government and non-government agencies, academic institutions, and local and international organizations , to ensure good evidence supports delivery of effective services, providing technical support for monitoring and evaluation of programmes and activities for evidence-based decision-making and strategic planning. The organization works to improve not only the health of the individual, but also the capacity of national health systems , which helps relieve poverty and support improved economic prosperity.

Malaria Consortium Uganda works with the Ministry of Health and other Non-Governmental Organizations in reducing the burden of childhood illness specifically malaria, pneumonia, diarrhea and other communicable diseases. Our main areas of interventions involve health system strengthening, malaria control through prevention, diagnostics and case management, operational research and advocacy. The organization has continued to strengthen and broaden the scope of its operations in Uganda and has worked in almost every district in the country since its inception in 2004.

As part of the Uganda Management Team the post holder will be accountable for the HR administration, resourcing, succession planning, learning and development, reward and employee relations for the organization, in accordance with Malaria Consortium's Uganda strategic and operational objectives, principles and values. They will also work with the HR Director to roll out Global HR initiatives within Uganda and to ensure head office is kept aware of all HR developments within Uganda.

This is a national position. Only UGANDAN NATIONAL CANDIDATES will be considered for this post.

The successful candidate will have:

    A Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Education or a related discipline
    A post-graduate qualification in Human Resources Management
    At least 4 years' experience working in Human Resources
    Experience in staff training and facilitation
    Experience in general office administration
    Knowledge and experience in international employment, reward and recognition, employee relations and training and development
    A Fluent level in English, excellent communication skills, both written and verbal

    Experience in an NGO environment is not required but will be an advantage.

How to apply:

For more information please visit our website www.malariaconsortium.org where you will have access to the full Job Description. Please send a covering letter outlining how your skills and experience meet the Person Specification along with your CV to Human Resources at HR.Recruitment@malariaconsortium.org. Please quote the position and country in the subject line of your application.

We appreciate your application however, only short listed candidates will be contacted. If you have not been contacted within three weeks of the closing date we regret that your application has been unsuccessful. Please continue, however, to periodically review our website for other suitable opportunities. Thank you for your interest in Malaria Consortium.

Deadline:


Science Graduate Trainee Opportunity at URA in Uganda


Job Title: SCIENCE GRADUATE TRAINEE  
 To plan and carry out scientific  analysis  and investigations in line with the relevant laws and operational procedures     An honours degree in any of the following science courses;  Laboratory Science, Food Technology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Oil & gas technology, Engineering, Quantity surveying,  from a recognized university     Any other certification/qualification in safety, quality control, Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)     Internship experience in manufacturing and construction industry, analytical laboratory

How to Apply:
Please be aware that this section is for fields/areas relating to the application form. If you have any non-technical queries regarding the Graduate Trainee Recruitment program then feel free to contact the HR Team on hrservices@ura.go.ug

    For you to apply, start by creating an account using a valid e-mail address at http://careers.ura.go.ug/ Please note that communication from us will be sent through that e-mail.
    All fields marked with * are mandatory
    Upon successful completion of the application process, an e-mail notification is sent to your email address provided in 1 above.
    Personal Information; Enter your personal information such as names, date of birth, country of birth etc
    University Education: This requires  university education details e.g. university name, degree etc
    Secondary Education: This refers to both O’ & A’ level education details. This includes the school where you completed from and the results obtained. For O’ Level a minimum of 8 subjects need to be selected and A’ level all the subjects studied need to be filled including General paper.
    Work experience:This requires your work history if any e.g. place of work, position held, key responsibilities etc.
    Professional Qualifications: This includes certified courses attained in addition to your O’ A’ level and University education such as ACCA,CPA, CIMA, CIPD, CISCO, CNNA etc
    Language Proficiency: This requires you to indicate the languages you can speak and read and write.
    Referees: This includes the names and addresses of people with whom confidential information about you can be obtained.
    Other Information: This refers information such professional memberships  e.g. Member of Human Resource Managers’ Association of Uganda(HRMAU), Hobbies and interests e.g. networking, travelling, sports ,music and dance etc,Achievements and Awards if any such as employee of the year award etc,

Example of Career Plan can be;

    To become an consultant in the IT field.
    Take new perspectives and eventually manage/influence others.
    Communicate with the industry leaders to develop my network.
    Learn business management for establishing my business in consulting after these 5 years.

Deadline: 30th Sept 2012

Tax Investigations Trainee Opportunities at URA in Uganda


Job Title: TAX INVESTIGATIONS TRAINEE
   

To plan and carry out investigations in line with the relevant laws and operational procedures.
   

a)       Honor’s University degree from a recognized university in any of the following fields: Accounting, Commerce, Finance, Economics Business Administration or Law



b)        Credit in Math and English
   

Demonstrated ability to carry out investigations for tax purposes.
   

At least Two year (2) Work experience in a recognized Organization

How to Apply:
Please be aware that this section is for fields/areas relating to the application form. If you have any non-technical queries regarding the Graduate Trainee Recruitment program then feel free to contact the HR Team on hrservices@ura.go.ug

    For you to apply, start by creating an account using a valid e-mail address at http://careers.ura.go.ug/ Please note that communication from us will be sent through that e-mail.
    All fields marked with * are mandatory
    Upon successful completion of the application process, an e-mail notification is sent to your email address provided in 1 above.
    Personal Information; Enter your personal information such as names, date of birth, country of birth etc
    University Education: This requires  university education details e.g. university name, degree etc
    Secondary Education: This refers to both O’ & A’ level education details. This includes the school where you completed from and the results obtained. For O’ Level a minimum of 8 subjects need to be selected and A’ level all the subjects studied need to be filled including General paper.
    Work experience:This requires your work history if any e.g. place of work, position held, key responsibilities etc.
    Professional Qualifications: This includes certified courses attained in addition to your O’ A’ level and University education such as ACCA,CPA, CIMA, CIPD, CISCO, CNNA etc
    Language Proficiency: This requires you to indicate the languages you can speak and read and write.
    Referees: This includes the names and addresses of people with whom confidential information about you can be obtained.
    Other Information: This refers information such professional memberships  e.g. Member of Human Resource Managers’ Association of Uganda(HRMAU), Hobbies and interests e.g. networking, travelling, sports ,music and dance etc,Achievements and Awards if any such as employee of the year award etc,

Example of Career Plan can be;

    To become an consultant in the IT field.
    Take new perspectives and eventually manage/influence others.
    Communicate with the industry leaders to develop my network.
    Learn business management for establishing my business in consulting after these 5 years.


Deadline: 30th Sept 2012



Trainee Opportunities at Uganda Revenue Authority (URA)



Job Title:  RECORDS AND REGISTRIES TRAINEE
   
Job Role:
To File correspondences, keep safe custody of records and organize registers in line with Department Rules and Regulations.
   

Qualifications:
a)       An Honors Degree in Library and Information Science  OR Records and Archives Management

b)       Minimum of a Credit in Math and English
   

Training in Electronic records management.
   

At least 1 (one) year experience in Records Management


How to Apply:
Please be aware that this section is for fields/areas relating to the application form. If you have any non-technical queries regarding the Graduate Trainee Recruitment program then feel free to contact the HR Team on hrservices@ura.go.ug

    For you to apply, start by creating an account using a valid e-mail address at http://careers.ura.go.ug/ Please note that communication from us will be sent through that e-mail.
    All fields marked with * are mandatory
    Upon successful completion of the application process, an e-mail notification is sent to your email address provided in 1 above.
    Personal Information; Enter your personal information such as names, date of birth, country of birth etc
    University Education: This requires  university education details e.g. university name, degree etc
    Secondary Education: This refers to both O’ & A’ level education details. This includes the school where you completed from and the results obtained. For O’ Level a minimum of 8 subjects need to be selected and A’ level all the subjects studied need to be filled including General paper.
    Work experience:This requires your work history if any e.g. place of work, position held, key responsibilities etc.
    Professional Qualifications: This includes certified courses attained in addition to your O’ A’ level and University education such as ACCA,CPA, CIMA, CIPD, CISCO, CNNA etc
    Language Proficiency: This requires you to indicate the languages you can speak and read and write.
    Referees: This includes the names and addresses of people with whom confidential information about you can be obtained.
    Other Information: This refers information such professional memberships  e.g. Member of Human Resource Managers’ Association of Uganda(HRMAU), Hobbies and interests e.g. networking, travelling, sports ,music and dance etc,Achievements and Awards if any such as employee of the year award etc,

Example of Career Plan can be;

    To become an consultant in the IT field.
    Take new perspectives and eventually manage/influence others.
    Communicate with the industry leaders to develop my network.
    Learn business management for establishing my business in consulting after these 5 years.


Deadline: 30th Sept 2012



Graduate Trainee Opportunities (173 Vacancies) in Uganda at URA



Job Title: TAX OFFICER-GRADUATE TRAINEE (173 Vacancies)
   
Job Role:
To implement and facilitate the collection and enforce recovery of tax debts in line with the URA Policies, departmental guidelines and relevant laws.
   

Qualifications
a)       An Honors degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, Commerce, Economics, Statistics, Law related studies



b)       Candidates with Law degrees must have a Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice and be enrolled as Advocates.



c)       Credit in Math and English
   

Any specialized Tax Related Training


How to Apply:
Please be aware that this section is for fields/areas relating to the application form. If you have any non-technical queries regarding the Graduate Trainee Recruitment program then feel free to contact the HR Team on hrservices@ura.go.ug

    For you to apply, start by creating an account using a valid e-mail address at http://careers.ura.go.ug/ Please note that communication from us will be sent through that e-mail.
    All fields marked with * are mandatory
    Upon successful completion of the application process, an e-mail notification is sent to your email address provided in 1 above.
    Personal Information; Enter your personal information such as names, date of birth, country of birth etc
    University Education: This requires  university education details e.g. university name, degree etc
    Secondary Education: This refers to both O’ & A’ level education details. This includes the school where you completed from and the results obtained. For O’ Level a minimum of 8 subjects need to be selected and A’ level all the subjects studied need to be filled including General paper.
    Work experience:This requires your work history if any e.g. place of work, position held, key responsibilities etc.
    Professional Qualifications: This includes certified courses attained in addition to your O’ A’ level and University education such as ACCA,CPA, CIMA, CIPD, CISCO, CNNA etc
    Language Proficiency: This requires you to indicate the languages you can speak and read and write.
    Referees: This includes the names and addresses of people with whom confidential information about you can be obtained.
    Other Information: This refers information such professional memberships  e.g. Member of Human Resource Managers’ Association of Uganda(HRMAU), Hobbies and interests e.g. networking, travelling, sports ,music and dance etc,Achievements and Awards if any such as employee of the year award etc,

Example of Career Plan can be;

    To become an consultant in the IT field.
    Take new perspectives and eventually manage/influence others.
    Communicate with the industry leaders to develop my network.
    Learn business management for establishing my business in consulting after these 5 years.


Deadline: 30th Sept 2012



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