Laboratory Technician Job Vacancy at TASO in Uganda



Job Title: Laboratory Technician –(11 Posts)

Reference: HR/05/11/2013/GF

Salary Scale: U5 (plus good duty facilitation allowance)

Reports to: Senior Laboratory Technician

Responsible for: Senior Laboratory Assistant

Main purpose:

To carry out basic laboratory tests for diagnosis of diseases

Qualifications:

• Must have National Diploma in medical laboratory techniques or its equivalent from a recognized institution

• Must be registered with the Allied Health Professionals Council.

• Good communication and interpersonal skills.

Key outputs:

• Accountability for financial and other resources produced

• Laboratory test results and treatment harmonized

• Laboratory investigations done and results interpreted

• Advising clinical staff on proper collection, handling and transportation of specimen given

• Quality assurance in the laboratory observed

• Laboratory data compiled and stored

• Periodic reports submitted.

Duties and responsibilities:

• Managing and accounting for financial and other resources

• Liaising with ward management in the preparation of patients for laboratory test.

• Participating in proper collection, handling and transportation of specimens to the laboratory

• Carrying out laboratory analysis, interpreting results and submitting reports to clinicians.

• Ensuring that equipment is functional and well maintained

• Ensuring safety measures against hazards

• Participating in quality assurance for laboratories

• Participating in research activities

• Adhering to professional code of conduct and ethics

• Requisitioning for equipment and other supplies

How to Apply:
Compiling and submitting reports Ensures Applications should be filled in triplicate on PS Form 3 (Revised 2008) and submitted to the Project Coordinator, TASO Grants Management Unit, P. O. Box 10443, Kampala or hand-delivered to the Project

offices on First Floor, House of Hope at Plot 10, Windsor loop, Kololo, Kampala.

Applications to be received not later than Friday 8th February 2013. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

The Forms can be obtained from the Health Service Commission Offices, Ministry of Health Headquarters, Wandegeya, Mulago and Butabika National Referral Hospitals, Regional Referral Hospitals and offices of Chief Administrative Officers.

The form can also be downloaded from the Commission website; www.hsc.go.ug. Hand written applications are also acceptable.

It is important to note that all services of the Health Service Commission and the application forms are free of charge. In regard to choices, an applicant may indicate their district of preference and languages fluently spoken, by labelling on the application letter.

All applications should bear the title of the post as well as its reference number. Applicants who are Serving Officers must route their applications through their Heads of Department, who should be informed of the closing date to avoid delay.

Head of Department refers to the Head of the respective Institution of the Applicant. Applications found to be in contravention of this requirement will not be accepted.

Note that short listed candidates will be required to bring their original certificates. Candidates who will present forged certificates shall be handed to the Police for appropriate action.

Applicants must also fulfill the following conditions:

i Attach three (3) of their recent passport-size photographs and copies of their academic and professional certificates and testimonials.

ii Attach copies of the letter(s) of appointment, confirmation and promotion in case of serving officers. This includes applicants from non Public Health Service facilities.

iii In case of Health Workers who are required by law to register with the relevant Councils, such applicants must be so registered; and therefore have to attach copies of certificates of registration. Similarly, all candidates who are required by law to possess practicing licenses must attach copies of valid practicing licenses.

iv State clearly, on the application forms, their contact physical addresses and telephone number(s) or the nearest contactable person.


Deadline: 8th Feb 2013




Enrolled Midwife Job Vacancy at Ministry of Health in Uganda





Job Title: Enrolled Midwife – (179 Posts)

Reference: HR/04/179/2013/GF

Salary Scale: U7 (plus good duty facilitation allowance)

Reports to: Senior Enrolled Midwife

Responsible for: Nursing Assistants.

Main purpose:

To provide midwifery nursing services and public health interventions

Qualifications:

• Must have enrolled midwife certificate or its equivalent from a recognized institution

• Must be registered with the Nurses and Midwives Council.

Key outputs:

• Quality midwifery services to patients provided

Key Activities:

• High risk cases identified and reported on

• Ward/health unit activities organized and managed

• Daily ward reports written and submitted

• Accounting for financial and other resources produced

• Receiving patients, registering admissions, discharge and deaths.

• Carrying out antenatal care with emphasis on identifying high risk cases and refer them to hospitals.

• Providing care during labour with emphasis on keeping proper records, use of drugs and

prevention of complications to mother and baby.

• Providing care during puerperium with emphasis on prevention of infection and ensuring successful breast feeding.

• Participating in bed side nursing procedures as a member of the caring team

• Participating in Doctors/Clinical officers ward rounds

• Carrying out observations, keep records and ensure their safe custody

• Preparing patients for meals and participating in serving them.

• Managing and accounting for allocated resources

• Keeping patients comfortable and ensuring a health environment

• Adhering to professional Code of Conduct and Ethics

• Compile daily reports and hand over to incoming shift

How to Apply:
Compiling and submitting reports Ensures Applications should be filled in triplicate on PS Form 3 (Revised 2008) and submitted to the Project Coordinator, TASO Grants Management Unit, P. O. Box 10443, Kampala or hand-delivered to the Project

offices on First Floor, House of Hope at Plot 10, Windsor loop, Kololo, Kampala.

Applications to be received not later than Friday 8th February 2013. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

The Forms can be obtained from the Health Service Commission Offices, Ministry of Health Headquarters, Wandegeya, Mulago and Butabika National Referral Hospitals, Regional Referral Hospitals and offices of Chief Administrative Officers.

The form can also be downloaded from the Commission website; www.hsc.go.ug. Hand written applications are also acceptable.

It is important to note that all services of the Health Service Commission and the application forms are free of charge. In regard to choices, an applicant may indicate their district of preference and languages fluently spoken, by labelling on the application letter.

All applications should bear the title of the post as well as its reference number. Applicants who are Serving Officers must route their applications through their Heads of Department, who should be informed of the closing date to avoid delay.

Head of Department refers to the Head of the respective Institution of the Applicant. Applications found to be in contravention of this requirement will not be accepted.

Note that short listed candidates will be required to bring their original certificates. Candidates who will present forged certificates shall be handed to the Police for appropriate action.

Applicants must also fulfill the following conditions:

i Attach three (3) of their recent passport-size photographs and copies of their academic and professional certificates and testimonials.

ii Attach copies of the letter(s) of appointment, confirmation and promotion in case of serving officers. This includes applicants from non Public Health Service facilities.

iii In case of Health Workers who are required by law to register with the relevant Councils, such applicants must be so registered; and therefore have to attach copies of certificates of registration. Similarly, all candidates who are required by law to possess practicing licenses must attach copies of valid practicing licenses.

iv State clearly, on the application forms, their contact physical addresses and telephone number(s) or the nearest contactable person.


Deadline: 8th Feb 2013



Enrolled Nurse Job Vacancy at Ministry of Health in Uganda



Job Title: Enrolled Nurse – (327 Posts)

Reference: HR/03/327/2013/GF

Salary Scale: U7 (plus good duty facilitation allowance)

Reports to: Senior Enrolled Nurse

Responsible for: Nursing Assistant

Main Purpose:

To Provide nursing services and public health intervention to patients

Qualifications:

• Must be registered with the Nurses and Midwives Council

• Must have enrolled Nursing Certificate or equivalent from a recognized institution

Duties and Responsibilities:

• Receiving, registering, admitting and discharging patients.

• Providing Nursing care to patients

• Carrying out observations, keeping proper records and ensuring their safe custody.

• Participating in Doctor/Clinical Officers ward rounds.

• Participating in bedside nursing procedures as a member of the caring team

• Preparing patients for meals and participating in serving them

• Keeping patients comfortable and ensuring a health environment

• Managing and accounting for allocated resources

• Carrying out health education to patients and their attendants

• Participating in research activities

• Adhering to Professional Code of Conduct and Ethics

• Compiling and submitting daily ward


How to Apply:
Compiling and submitting reports Ensures Applications should be filled in triplicate on PS Form 3 (Revised 2008) and submitted to the Project Coordinator, TASO Grants Management Unit, P. O. Box 10443, Kampala or hand-delivered to the Project

offices on First Floor, House of Hope at Plot 10, Windsor loop, Kololo, Kampala.

Applications to be received not later than Friday 8th February 2013. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

The Forms can be obtained from the Health Service Commission Offices, Ministry of Health Headquarters, Wandegeya, Mulago and Butabika National Referral Hospitals, Regional Referral Hospitals and offices of Chief Administrative Officers.

The form can also be downloaded from the Commission website; www.hsc.go.ug. Hand written applications are also acceptable.

It is important to note that all services of the Health Service Commission and the application forms are free of charge. In regard to choices, an applicant may indicate their district of preference and languages fluently spoken, by labelling on the application letter.

All applications should bear the title of the post as well as its reference number. Applicants who are Serving Officers must route their applications through their Heads of Department, who should be informed of the closing date to avoid delay.

Head of Department refers to the Head of the respective Institution of the Applicant. Applications found to be in contravention of this requirement will not be accepted.

Note that short listed candidates will be required to bring their original certificates. Candidates who will present forged certificates shall be handed to the Police for appropriate action.

Applicants must also fulfill the following conditions:

i Attach three (3) of their recent passport-size photographs and copies of their academic and professional certificates and testimonials.

ii Attach copies of the letter(s) of appointment, confirmation and promotion in case of serving officers. This includes applicants from non Public Health Service facilities.

iii In case of Health Workers who are required by law to register with the relevant Councils, such applicants must be so registered; and therefore have to attach copies of certificates of registration. Similarly, all candidates who are required by law to possess practicing licenses must attach copies of valid practicing licenses.

iv State clearly, on the application forms, their contact physical addresses and telephone number(s) or the nearest contactable person.


Deadline: 8th Feb 2013




Midwifery Job Vacancy at Ministry of Health in Uganda



Job Title: Nursing Officer (Midwifery) (8 Posts)

Reference: HR/02/8/2013/GF

Salary Scale: U5 (plus good duty facilitation allowance)

Reports to: Senior Nursing Officer

Responsible for: Enrolled Midwife

Main purpose:

To provide midwifery nursing services and public health interventions to patients and to the community

Qualification:

• Must be a trained midwife at registered level or its equivalent from a recognized institution

• Must be registered with the Nurses and Midwives Council

Key Outputs:

• Quality midwifery services for patients

• Risk cases identified and reported

• Ward or health unit activities organized and managed

• Accountability for financial and other resources provided

Key activities

• Carrying out antennal care with emphasis on antenatal care with identifying high risk cases and referring them appropriately

• Providing care during labour with emphasis on keeping proper infection control and ensuring successful breast feeding

• Providing care during pueperium with emphasis on prevention of infection and ensure successful breast feeding

• Participating in bedside nursing procedures as a member of the caring team

• Participating in Doctors/Clinical Officers ward rounds

• Preparing patients for meals and participating in serving them.

• Managing and accounting for allocated resources

• Keeping patients comfortable and ensuring a health environment.

• Participating in research activities

• Imparting knowledge and skills to students and staff

• Adhering to professional code of conduct and ethics

• Compiling daily ward reports and hand over to incoming shifts.

How to Apply:
Compiling and submitting reports Ensures Applications should be filled in triplicate on PS Form 3 (Revised 2008) and submitted to the Project Coordinator, TASO Grants Management Unit, P. O. Box 10443, Kampala or hand-delivered to the Project

offices on First Floor, House of Hope at Plot 10, Windsor loop, Kololo, Kampala.

Applications to be received not later than Friday 8th February 2013. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

The Forms can be obtained from the Health Service Commission Offices, Ministry of Health Headquarters, Wandegeya, Mulago and Butabika National Referral Hospitals, Regional Referral Hospitals and offices of Chief Administrative Officers.

The form can also be downloaded from the Commission website; www.hsc.go.ug. Hand written applications are also acceptable.

It is important to note that all services of the Health Service Commission and the application forms are free of charge. In regard to choices, an applicant may indicate their district of preference and languages fluently spoken, by labelling on the application letter.

All applications should bear the title of the post as well as its reference number. Applicants who are Serving Officers must route their applications through their Heads of Department, who should be informed of the closing date to avoid delay.

Head of Department refers to the Head of the respective Institution of the Applicant. Applications found to be in contravention of this requirement will not be accepted.

Note that short listed candidates will be required to bring their original certificates. Candidates who will present forged certificates shall be handed to the Police for appropriate action.

Applicants must also fulfill the following conditions:

i Attach three (3) of their recent passport-size photographs and copies of their academic and professional certificates and testimonials.

ii Attach copies of the letter(s) of appointment, confirmation and promotion in case of serving officers. This includes applicants from non Public Health Service facilities.

iii In case of Health Workers who are required by law to register with the relevant Councils, such applicants must be so registered; and therefore have to attach copies of certificates of registration. Similarly, all candidates who are required by law to possess practicing licenses must attach copies of valid practicing licenses.

iv State clearly, on the application forms, their contact physical addresses and telephone number(s) or the nearest contactable person.


Deadline: 8th Feb 2013




Nursing Officer Job Vacancy at UNOPS in Uganda


Job Title: Nursing Officer (Nursing) (65 Posts)

Reference: HR/01/65/2013/GF

Salary Scale: U5 (plus good duty

facilitati on allowance)

Reports to: Senior Nursing Officer

Responsible for: Enrolled Nurse



Main purpose:

To provide nursing services and public health interventions to patients and to the community


Qualifications:

• Must be trained at Registered Level or its equivalent from a recognized institution

• Must be registered with the Nurses and Midwives Council


Key Outputs:

• Quality nursing care services to patients provided

• Ward/Health unit activities organized and managed

• Accountability for financial and other resources produced.

• Staff performance appraisal done.


Key Activities:

• Receiving patients, registering admissions, discharges and deaths.

• providing nursing care services to patients.

• Keeping patients comfortable and ensuring a healthy environment.

• Preparing and carrying out sterile procedures.

• participating in bedside nursing procedures as a member of the caring team.

• Partcipating in doctors/Clinical officers Ward rounds

• Preparing patients for meals and participating in serving them.

• Managing and accounting for allocated resources

• Participating in research activities

• Impating knowledge and skills to students and staff

• Adhering to professional code of conduct and ethics

• compiling daily ward reports and hand over to incoming shift


How to Apply:
Compiling and submitting reports Ensures Applications should be filled in triplicate on PS Form 3 (Revised 2008) and submitted to the Project Coordinator, TASO Grants Management Unit, P. O. Box 10443, Kampala or hand-delivered to the Project

offices on First Floor, House of Hope at Plot 10, Windsor loop, Kololo, Kampala.

Applications to be received not later than Friday 8th February 2013. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

The Forms can be obtained from the Health Service Commission Offices, Ministry of Health Headquarters, Wandegeya, Mulago and Butabika National Referral Hospitals, Regional Referral Hospitals and offices of Chief Administrative Officers.

The form can also be downloaded from the Commission website; www.hsc.go.ug. Hand written applications are also acceptable.

It is important to note that all services of the Health Service Commission and the application forms are free of charge. In regard to choices, an applicant may indicate their district of preference and languages fluently spoken, by labelling on the application letter.

All applications should bear the title of the post as well as its reference number. Applicants who are Serving Officers must route their applications through their Heads of Department, who should be informed of the closing date to avoid delay.

Head of Department refers to the Head of the respective Institution of the Applicant. Applications found to be in contravention of this requirement will not be accepted.

Note that short listed candidates will be required to bring their original certificates. Candidates who will present forged certificates shall be handed to the Police for appropriate action.

Applicants must also fulfill the following conditions:

i Attach three (3) of their recent passport-size photographs and copies of their academic and professional certificates and testimonials.

ii Attach copies of the letter(s) of appointment, confirmation and promotion in case of serving officers. This includes applicants from non Public Health Service facilities.

iii In case of Health Workers who are required by law to register with the relevant Councils, such applicants must be so registered; and therefore have to attach copies of certificates of registration. Similarly, all candidates who are required by law to possess practicing licenses must attach copies of valid practicing licenses.

iv State clearly, on the application forms, their contact physical addresses and telephone number(s) or the nearest contactable person.


Deadline: 8th Feb 2013





Jobs at UNOPS in Uganda - Data Management Specialist




Job Title: Data Management Specialist

Vacancy code VA/2013/B5004/1738
Position title Data Management Specialist
Level ICS-10
Department/office NAO, UNDG
Duty station Entebbe, Uganda
Contract type Fixed Term
Contract level P3
Duration One year
Application period 17-Jan-2013 to 07-Feb-2013

United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity

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.

Background information - DFS

The United Nations Department of Field Support, Information andCommunications Technology Division (UN DFS-ICTD) is responsible for thedelivery of applications that satisfy the requirements of the Departments ofPeacekeeping Operations and Field Support (DPKO/DFS) missions as well asSpecial Political Missions (SPMs).

DFS has implemented a range of systems to address the principalrequirements of peacekeeping operations and to support and enhance theprocesses DFS undertakes.

UNOPS has been requested to assist in the implementation of this activity.
Functional Responsibilities

The incumbent will beresponsible for the following duties:

    Develop a strategyand identify standards for  dataintegrity, consistency, currency and maintenance;
    Implement andutilize reporting tools to monitor data accuracy and synchronization acrosssystems;
    Ensure datasecurity approaches satisfy internal compliance and data governance policies;
     Interact with business users/data stewards toimplement new or change current business processes that will improve dataintegrity and prevent discrepancies from reoccurring;
    Identify bestpractices to ensure that continuous high level of data quality is maintained;
    Design and createspecial programs/procedures for tasks such as statistical analysis and dataentry and cleaning;
    Troubleshoot andresolve data integrity/quality issues in the Data Marts (DM) including cubes&reports , Data Warehouse (DW) tables, Application objects striving to meetestablished SLA’s;
    Research problemtickets to resolve data related issues, application related issues, andimplement better diagnostics to prevent repetitive issues;
    Continuouslyidentify the problems in data sources while also addressing the processes thatcreated the poor quality data;
    Assure that dataarchitectures are developed and deployed in accordance with ICTD requirements;
    Provide detailed report of daily data quality checks;
    Perform other data management and admin related work (as needed)

Competencies

Professionalism – Demonstrates professional competence and master of the subject matter. Strong data management and integration experience and extensive experience in managing teams in the same area. Knowledge of basic systems analysis and design techniques, testing, debugging, and documentation standards, database design, storage and internal systems. Demonstrated skill in designing and implementing applications within relational database systems’ environments. Strong analytical and problem solving skills and ability to handle a range of systems-related technical and management issues.

Communication - Excellent communication (spoken and written) skills, including the ability to convey complex concepts both orally and in writing, in a clear concise style. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively at all levels.

Client Orientation – Ability to identify and analyze clients’ needs and propose appropriate solution to meet business requirements

Planning and Organizing – Ability to organize, plan and implement work assignments, manage competing demands and work under pressure of frequent and tight deadlines. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to establish and maintain effective partnerships and working relations in a multi-cultural environment.
Education/Experience/Language requirements

Education:
Advanced University Degree (Masters Degree or equivalent) in Information Systems, Computer Science, Social Sciences or related field. A first level university degree with a combination of relevant academic qualifications and extensive experience in information systems may be accepted in lieu of an advance university degree.

Experience:
A minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible management experience in relational databases (Oracle, Teradata, SQL Server etc), data structures, data quality and cleansing strategies and analyzing large volumes of data;

Language: Fluency in English required.

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.
    For staff positions UNOPS reserves the right to appoint a candidate at a lower level than 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

Contract type: FTA
Contract level: P3
Contract duration: One year


How to Apply:
https://gprs.unops.org/Pages/ViewVacancy/VADetails.aspx?id=1738

Deadline: 7th Feb 2013




Jobs at UNDP in Uganda- Individual Consultant



Job Title: INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT: NATIONAL LEGAL EXPERT FOR TOURISM LEGISLATION (UGANDAN NATIONALS)
Location :     Kampala, UGANDA
Application Deadline :    27-Jan-13
Additional Category    Poverty Reduction
Type of Contract :    Individual Contract
Post Level :    National Consultant
Languages Required :
    English 
Starting Date :
(date when the selected candidate is expected to start)    04-Feb-2013
Duration of Initial Contract :    40 Working Days
Expected Duration of Assignment :    40 Working Days

Background

The Government of Uganda in its National Development Plan 2010/2011 – 2014/2015 has identified tourism as one of the primary growth sectors for transforming Uganda into a middle income country. However, growth and performance of the sector is constrained by the lack of appropriate enabling policies and regulations to facilitate the development of the sector. The Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities with support from UNDP is implementing a project “Improving Policies and Regulations to support development of Markets in Tourism.” The project will support the government of Uganda in providing an enabling legal and regulatory framework for the development of the tourism sector in tandem with emerging trends and issues, such as economic integration and the emergence of new tourism products.

The project will support the revision of the tourism policy (2003) in order to improve the legal and policy environment for the performance and growth of the tourism industry to ensure that the revised policy framework is responsive to the current and anticipated national and global tourism context; is consistent with the national Development Plan priorities; and takes into account other issues that were not addressed by the existing policies and strategies.  The project will further provide technical support for the preparation of the Tourism Marketing and Integrated Master Plan.

The existing tourism regulations and guidelines are inadequate to give full effect to the implementation of the Tourism Act (2008). The project will therefore support the development of new regulations and guidelines as well as rationalization of the existing ones to ensure that they are consistent with, and support the implementation of the Act.

Rationale:

The legal and policy framework that guides the development and regulation of the tourism sector in Uganda includes; the Tourism Act (2008), the National Tourism Policy (2003), the Tourism Marketing Strategy (2004) and the Integrated Tourism Master Plan (1993).   However, the Uganda Tourism Act, passed in 2008, still lacks the regulations to operationalise it, and thus has not been fully implemented. The project will support the development of new regulations and guidelines as well as rationalization of the existing ones to ensure that they are consistent with, and support the implementation of the Act.
In that regard, the consultancy is aimed at:

    Undertaking a comprehensive review and analysis of existing tourism legislation and industry regulations and guidelines to assess their compatibility with and National Tourism Act 2008; And identify gaps and existing inconsistencies which impact on the performance of the sector;
    Formulation and drafting of new legislation, regulations and guidelines to address the existing gaps and constraints; as well as operationalise the Tourism Act 2008 to support the development of tourism sector.

Duties and Responsibilities

Objective of the Assignment:

The objective of the consultancy is to work with and provide advice and support to the UNWTO Legal Expert employed as a member of the team formulating the new Tourism Policy and Tourism Development Master Plan for Uganda.

In consultation with the UNWTO Legal Expert and with relevant stakeholders, formulate and draft legislative proposals and new industry regulations and guidelines as well as rationalization of the existing ones to ensure that they are consistent with, and support the implementation of the National Tourism Act 2008.  The specific objectives of the consultancy include:

    Undertaking a detailed analysis of existing  national tourism-related legislation and regulations; and other laws impacting on the development and promotion of tourism in Uganda including the national environmental Act; the wildlife Act; legislation and regulations relating to zoning (including creation of clusters), land use and building design as it relates to tourism;
    Identifying existing gaps, inconsistencies and constraints in national and local tourism-related legislation and regulations including the management of tourism related resources, investment and enterprise regulation in light of the emerging national and global trends and products in the industry;
    Undertaking a comprehensive review of the legislation governing the existing institutional tourism sector management and support structures at national and local levels, that is, their legal status, roles and responsibilities; and identifying issues which constrain the implementation of their mandates;
    Review of existing tourism industry organisation arrangements including representative tourism-related associations and identify issues where regulatory legislation is needed in order to ensure efficient and equitable operation of the sector;
    Taking account of the findings of the policy review and detailed analysis of existing tourism-related legislation and regulations; and other laws impacting on tourism, draft legislative proposals and industry regulations that will ensure efficient development of the sector in line with the recommendations of the Uganda Tourism Act 2008 and the revised Tourism Development Master Plan;

Scope of Work:

Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities and UNDP are seeking to recruit a national legal expert to support the formulation and drafting of legislative proposals and new industry regulations and guidelines as well as rationalization of the existing ones to ensure that they are consistent with, and support the implementation of the National Tourism Act 2008.
Under the general direction of the Chief Technical Advisor/ Tourism Planner, UNWTO, and the direct supervision of the international legal advisor, the national legal expert will undertake the following tasks:

    Support the preparation of the Policy Issues paper, identifying the key legislative and regulatory issues that need to be addressed in order to ensure that implementation of the Tourism Development Master Plan is not hindered by unforeseen legal obstacles or by inadequate legislation;
    Undertake a comprehensive review and analysis of the existing government policies relating to the tourism sector to include tourism policy, national environmental policy; wildlife policy; policy on collection of statistics to examine feasibility of enforcing submission through legislation;
    Undertake a comprehensive review and analysis of tourism-related legislation and other Ugandan laws impacting on the day-to-day operations of the tourism industry; identifying existing gaps and constraints that need to be updated in light of the current and future state of the industry, and, based on the review, draft proposals for new legislation or regulation; and identifying possible amendments or new regulations needed to align Ugandan tourism-related legislation with any proposals for the application of common regulatory standards in the East African Community
     Review legislation at local levels to identify areas where this might conflict with national legislation, guidelines or aspirations or unreasonably affect or constrain the efficient operation of local tourism enterprises.  Make recommendations for the harmonisation of legislation and regulation at the national and local levels, drawing on practice in rival East African destinations (notably Kenya) and southern Africa (notably South Africa and Zambia)
     Review legislation governing the existing institutional structures for tourism at national, regional and local level - their legal status, roles and responsibilities – identifying issues which constrain the implementation of their mandates; lack of clarity and coordination in roles and responsibilities; gaps and overlap in areas related to planning, management of tourism resources, investment, enterprise regulation, decentralisation, safety and security, et al and draft recommendations for new, or modification of existing, arrangements for the tourism industry designed to deliver a more streamlined and co-ordinated approach for compliance to tourism legislation and regulation.
    Review existing tourism industry organisation arrangements including representative tourism-related associations and identify areas where regulatory legislation is needed in order to ensure efficient and equitable operation of the sector – e.g. competition measures to strengthen competitiveness; anti-monopoly measures; the application and enforcement of minimum quality standards; ethical business practices and other business management issues; and, accountability issues.
    Review the licensing regulations, or lack thereof, applying to suppliers of tourism services; in particular, quality criteria need to be reviewed against East African tourism standards and best practices.
    Review policy, legislation and regulations relating to zoning (including the awarding of concessions in the national parks by UWA, and the creation of clusters), land use and building design as it affects the tourism economy, and environmental and heritage interests, and protection of sensitive areas. Draft guidelines, where needed, for regulations to prevent irreversible damage to areas of cultural, heritage, tourism, environmental, and wildlife significance.
     Draft legislative proposals and industry regulations that will ensure the efficient development of the sector, encourage investment in specified key areas of development, and ensure the enforcement and observance of minimum quality standards in line with the recommendations of the Tourism Policy and Tourism Development Master Plan.
    Draft recommendations on the legislative and organisational interventions and measures required to support the implementation of the tourism legislation and regulation with particular emphasis on tourism-related classification and ensuring of quality standards and services.

Working arrangements:

    The individual consultant shall report to the Project Manager of the Improving Policies and Regulations to Support Development of Markets in Tourism project and the UNWTO consultants’ team leader who shall be responsible for assuring the overall technical quality of the key deliverables.  In the implementation of this role, the project manager and the UNWTO Consultants’ team leader will be technically backstopped by the Project technical advisory committee .
    The required format for all the reports generated shall be agreed with UNDP upon the inception of the assignment.

Deliverables:
The key deliverables of this assignment include;

    An inception report on the assignment within 3 work days of signing of the contract detailing the understanding/ interpretation of the TORs; the methodology of carrying out the assignment; work plan and implementation schedule as agreed upon with Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities, UNDP and UNWTO;
    A detailed analysis of existing  national tourism-related legislation and regulations; and other laws  and policies impacting on the operations, development and promotion of tourism in Uganda including identifying the existing gaps, inconsistencies and constraints in national and local tourism-related legislation and regulations including the management of tourism related resources, investment and enterprise regulation in light of the emerging national and global trends and products in the industry;
     A comprehensive review report on the legislation governing the existing institutional tourism sector management and support structures at national and local levels, that is, their legal status, roles and responsibilities; and identifying issues which constrain the implementation of their mandates; And recommendations for the necessary legislation, regulation and guidelines that need to  be formulated, harmonized or abolished.
     A synopsis of existing tourism industry organisation arrangements including representative tourism-related associations, identifying areas where regulatory legislation is needed in order to ensure efficient and equitable operation of the sector with particular regard to the application and enforcement of minimum quality standards consistent with best practice in rival destinations;
    Draft legislative proposals and industry regulations that will ensure efficient development of the sector in line with the recommendations of the Uganda Tourism Act 2008, taking account of any revisions recommended by the UNWTO advisers, and the revised Tourism Development Master Plan.

Competencies

Functional competencies

    Excellent analytical skills.
    Excellent ability to communicate in English both written and spoken, and to work in a team

Personal Competencies

    Demonstrates integrity and ethical standards.
    Positive, constructive attitude to work.
    Ability to act professionally and flexibility to engage with government officials, development partner representatives and the private sector.

Required Skills and Experience

Education:

    Masters Degree in Law or related field.

Experience:

    Familiarity with Ugandan legislation and regulations at national and local level covering the operation, regulation and development of the tourism sector
    At least seven (7) years of relevant professional experience in conducting similar assignments.
    International experience in similar assignments in the area of Tourism policy development, management and/or business is desirable.
    Understanding of the global tourism industry and trends in context of the East African region.
    Proven experience in report writing and drafting.

Language Requirements:

    English is required.

Payment Modalities:

The National Legal Expert will be hired for a total of forty (40) person-days of work, to be undertaken during the time period February- May 2013 (exact timing and distribution of working days per deliverable to be agreed at the inception report stage). Payments will be effectuated by UNDP based on the satisfactory completion of each of the deliverables outlined in the section below, upon the presentation of the corresponding certification of work approved by the supervisor. Payments will be made for the actual days spent in undertaking these tasks, up the maximum number of days indicated. In the event that the consultant does not make use of the full amount of consultancy days defined for this contract establishes, UNDP will not be contractually bound to make use or pay for the days which have not been utilized.

Payment to the consultant will be made in five instalments upon satisfactory completion of the following deliverables:

    Submission of acceptable final inception report, within 3 work days of contract signature.
     Submission of an acceptable and detailed analysis of existing national tourism-related legislation and regulations; and other laws and policies impacting on the development and promotion of tourism in Uganda including identifying existing gaps, inconsistencies and constraints in national and local tourism-related legislation and regulations including the management of tourism related resources, investment and enterprise regulation in light of the emerging national and global trends and products in the industry.
    Submission of an acceptable comprehensive review report on the legislation governing the existing institutional tourism sector management and support structures at national and local levels, that is, their legal status, roles and responsibilities; and identifying issues which constrain the implementation of their mandates; And proposed the necessary legislation, regulation and guidelines to be formulated, harmonized and or deleted.
    Submission of an acceptable synopsis of existing tourism industry organisation arrangements including representative tourism-related associations and identify issues where regulatory legislation is needed in order to ensure efficient and equitable operation of the sector;
    Submission of acceptable draft legislative proposals and industry regulations that will ensure efficient development of the sector in line with the recommendations of the Uganda Tourism Act 2008 and the revised Tourism Development Master Plan.

Evaluation method and criteria:
The award of the contract shall be made to the individual consultant whose offer has been evaluated and determined as:

     responsive/compliant/acceptable, and
    Highest Combined Score (based on the 70% technical offer and 30% price weight distribution) where the minimum passing score of technical proposal is 70%.

Evaluation Criteria:
Technical Proposal (Maximum 70 points):

    Relevance of education – 5 points
     Language skills – 5 points
    Knowledge of Ugandan legislation and regulations at national and local level covering the operation, regulation and development of the tourism sector – 10 points
    Relevant professional experience in conducting similar assignments.– 15 points
     International experience in similar assignments in the area of Tourism policy development, management and/or business – 5 points
    Relevance of experience in report writing and drafting – 10 points
     Interpretation of the assignment, methodology and work-plan – 20 points

Financial Proposal (Maximum 30 points): To be computed as a ratio of the Proposal’s offer to the lowest price among the proposals received by UNDP.

Application Procedure
The consultant is required to submit an online application by 27th January 2013  through the UNDP Jobs website (http://jobs.undp.org) including the following documents/information in a single document (preferably in Adobe PDF format)

    Duly accomplished Letter of Confirmation of Interest and Availability using the template provided by UNDP (see Annex II)
     Updated Personal CV highlighting past experience in similar assignments and with 3 professional  references with contact details (email and telephone).
    Technical Proposal: suggested outline for technical proposal:
          The offerors interpretation of the assignment;

                  Approach and methodology for undertaking the assignment

                  Work-plan 



How to Apply:
http://jobs.undp.org/cj_view_job.cfm?cur_job_id=35084


Deadline: 27th Jan 2013






Jobs at UNOPS in Uganda- Data Integration Process Specialist




Job Title: Data Integration Process Specialist

Vacancy code VA/2013/B5004/1735
Position title Data Integration Process Specialist
Level ICS-10
Department/office NAO, UNDG
Duty station Entebbe, Uganda
Contract type Fixed Term
Contract level NOC
Duration One year
Application period 17-Jan-2013 to 07-Feb-2013
Print
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Apply Now
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.

Background information - DFS

The United Nations Department of Field Support, Information andCommunications Technology Division (UN DFS-ICTD) is responsible for thedelivery of applications that satisfy the requirements of the Departments ofPeacekeeping Operations and Field Support (DPKO/DFS) missions as well asSpecial Political Missions (SPMs).

DFS has implemented a range of systems to address the principalrequirements of peacekeeping operations and to support and enhance theprocesses DFS undertakes.

UNOPS has been requested to assist in the implementation of this activity.
Functional Responsibilities

Under the supervision of the Data Management Lead in Entebbe,the Data Integration Process Specialist will perform the following:

    Write queries; develop stored procedures andETL packages for various dashboard and transactional applications.
    Monitor and troubleshoot the data processeson a daily basis in DPKO DW and ODS
    Maintain and improve performance,reliability and monitoring of all Data Warehouse systems; applications includeMS SQL DTS, SSIS, Lotus Notes Replication, SQL Replication, Changed DataCapture (CDC) and other 3rd Party vendor applications.
    Monitor automated system alerts, log files,and other Data Warehouse monitoring tools.
    Troubleshoot and resolve DW scheduled jobfailures, striving to meet established SLA's.
    Research problem tickets to resolve data,setup, code issues;
    Provide detailed report of nightlyactivities, as well as communicate timely updates when there are issues withthe Data Warehouse;
    Interact with Tier I support, other Supportteams, as well as Development, Integration groups.
    Work on projects to better improve DataIntegration in DW environment.
    Perform other data integration and admin related work (as needed)

Competencies

Professionalism - Strong theoretical background and knowledge of information technology/information management best practice implementation in the field of reporting and business intelligence and data integration. Strong analytical, problem solving, writing and negotiation skills, including familiarity with software development lifecycle and the implementation and support of complex information ICT systems and projects.

Client Orientation: Ability to identify and analyze clients’ needs and develop appropriate technological solutions to the business needs. Experience in working with contracted service providers in a globally dispersed environment.

Planning and Organizing: Ability to organize, plan and implement work assignments, juggle competing demands and work under pressure of frequent and tight deadlines.  Ability to lead a project team to completion and provide technical guidance to staff.

Communications: Proven ability to write in a clear and concise manner and to communicate effectively orally. Ability to effectively prepare specifications and other written reports/documentation in a clear and concise style. Ability to communicate with various levels of technical experience (developers/ operations/ end users/ management / support staff). Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information with a level of professionalism and integrity.

Teamwork: Strong interpersonal skills and ability to establish and maintain effective partnerships and working relations in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity, including gender balance.

Education/Experience/Language requirements

Education:

Advanced University degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in social sciences, information technology, computer sciences or in field related to the post description. A first level university degree with a combination of relevant academic qualifications and extensive experience in information systems may be accepted in lieu of an advance university degree.

Experience:

    At least 5 years experience in a Tier II/III MS SQL DTS/SSIS Support and development role and supporting large databases such as MS SQL Server or a similar RDBMS.
    Over 2 years experience of Transact SQL (T-SQL) and a good understanding for improved query performance troubleshooting.
    Excellent diagnostic, debugging, and problem solving skills.
    Understanding of .Net, WAN, LAN, servers, networks, security models.
    Experience with Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing, including dimensional modeling.
    Must have advanced understanding of XML, XSLT.
    Ability to communicate with various levels of technical experience (developers/ operations/ end users/ project managers / business analysts).
    Working knowledge and experience on Master Data Management project which includes master data schema development, access business rules, master data design, data profiling and data quality processes, data migration processes, MDM Hub architecture.
    Experience in release and change management is highly desirable.

Language: Fluency in English required.

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.
    For staff positions UNOPS reserves the right to appoint a candidate at a lower level than 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

Contract type: FTA
Contract level: NOC
Contract duration: One year



How to Apply:
https://gprs.unops.org/Pages/ViewVacancy/VADetails.aspx?id=1735

Deadline: 7th Feb 2013



Jobs at African Palliative Care Association in Uganda- Grants and Fundraising Manager



Job Title: Grants and Fundraising Manager, Kampala, Uganda
Closing Date: Sunday, 27 January 2013
African Palliative Care Association, Kampala
Plot 95, Dr Gibbons Road
Uganda

Tel: +256 414 266251
Fax: +256 414 26621

The Grants & Fundraising Manager will be responsible for the identification of opportunities for developing new resources and new donor partnerships for APCA, and expanding the grant development and fundraising portfolio, to ensure that new opportunities are explored and developed.

Main areas of responsibility

Participating in the strategic analysis and planning processes that result in the development of implementation plans and budget for APCA activities; in particular, analysing the resourcing and partnership implications of plans and identifying possible new sources of funds and collaborations.

Implementation and review of APCA's sustainability framework, developing and implementing an annual fundraising strategy, identifying and maximizing opportunities to generating and securing both restricted and unrestricted funding for APCA.

Leading the development of fundraising information and materials to support donor partnership development in line with the APCA Partnership Framework.

Managing the grants and fundraising database

To manage and develop the membership programme as a funding source for APCA

Collaborating with the Director of Resources to undertake regular cost reviews and analysis of APCA's resources to identify gaps for funding.

Qualifications and experience:

Bachelors degree in International Relations, Marketing, Public Administration, Public Relations, Business Administration or any other a development related field

At least 5 years experience in successful Grants Development and fundraising management with credible donors.

Proven experience in corporate, trust and event fundraising

Proven record of raising funds.

Ability to develop relationships with corporate partners and trusts.

Exceptional organisational, project management and administrative skills.

Personality and confidence to build lasting relationships with funders. Strong oral and written communication skills.



How to apply:

Please send your full CV, covering letter, copies of academic certificates and the names of two referees to jobs@africanpalliativecare.org addressed to: Executive Director, African Palliative Care Association, P. O. Box 72518, Kampala, Uganda or hand deliver at plot 95 Dr Gibbons Road, Makindye.

Closing date for the receipt of applications is 27th January 2013. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. To receive a full job description for each post and for more information about APCA, please contact us through info@africanpalliativecare.org



Deadline: 27th January 2013



Data Management Lead Job Vacancy at UNOPS in Uganda


Job Title: Data Management Lead

Vacancy code VA/2013/B5004/1736

Level ICS-10
Department/office NAO, UNDG
Duty station Entebbe, Uganda
Contract type Fixed Term
Contract level P3
Duration One year
Application period 17-Jan-2013 to 07-Feb-2013
Print
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Apply Now
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.

Background information - DFS

The United Nations Department of Field Support, Information andCommunications Technology Division (UN DFS-ICTD) is responsible for thedelivery of applications that satisfy the requirements of the Departments ofPeacekeeping Operations and Field Support (DPKO/DFS) missions as well asSpecial Political Missions (SPMs).

DFS has implemented a range of systems to address the principalrequirements of peacekeeping operations and to support and enhance theprocesses DFS undertakes.

UNOPS has been requested to assist in the implementation of this activity.
Functional Responsibilities

 The incumbent will be responsible for the following duties:

    Demonstrate leadership in developing andleading a results oriented data team to increase operational effectiveness.
    Translate business needs into end userapplications and develop, test & implement program logic.
    Design and lead the Data integration(ETL/ELT) solutions.
    Interface with DPKO/DFS clients andtechnical stakeholders locally and internationally to develop and communicateproject deliverables. .
    Analyze complex problems and offer solutionsto the business critical endeavors and manage competing priorities and providea balanced approach to solving them.
    Respond to critical issues in a timely anddecisive manner and operate independently with little to no direction.
    Maintain data security and performancestandards and provide awareness to team and clients.
     Provideleadership to ensure data product delivery meet load, scalability, ease ofsupport and maintenance needs.
    Lead and mentor staff members andconsultants and provide guidance and advice as needed.
    Establish, maintain, and achieve data teamgoals that are aligned with organizational objectives.
    Work with other data and technical teams andprovide sound advice on data integration, warehouse, MDM and management as andwhen needed.
    Perform other data management and admin related work (as needed)

Competencies

Professionalism – Demonstrates professionalcompetence and master of the subject matter. Strong data management andintegration experience and extensive experience in managing teams in the samearea. Knowledge of basic systems analysis and designtechniques, testing, debugging, and documentation standards, database design,storage and internal systems. Demonstrated skill in designing and implementingapplications within relational database systems’ environments. Stronganalytical and problem solving skills and ability to handle a range ofsystems-related technical and management issues.

Communication -Excellent communication (spoken and written) skills, including the ability toconvey complex concepts both orally and in writing, in a clear concise style.Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively at all levels.

ClientOrientation – Ability to identify and analyze clients’ needs and proposeappropriate solution to meet business requirements

Planningand Organizing – Ability to organize,plan and implement work assignments, manage competing demands and work underpressure of frequent and tight deadlines. Strong interpersonal skills andability to establish and maintain effective partnerships and working relationsin a multi-cultural environment.
Education/Experience/Language requirements

Education:
 Advanced University Degree (Masters Degree or equivalent) in Information Systems, Computer Science, Social Sciences or related field. A first level university degree with a combination of relevant academic qualifications and extensive experience in information systems may be accepted in lieu of an advance university degree.

Experience:

    Minimum of 5 years of managing, designing, developing data mart, warehouse and data management related projects and activities.
    Extensive experience in ETL, T-SQL, Stored Procedure, relational and dimensional models.
    Familiarity with OLAP Cube design and operation.
     Strong experience with SQL Server and other relational database and basic understanding and data scrambling.
     Experience in dealing with multiple projects and stakeholders with competing requirements in a complex environment.
    Excellent understanding of MDM concepts, MS Office, MS Visio and XML and moderate understanding of .Net and C#.
    Strong release, change and configuration management experience.
    Experience in managing diverse teams and dealing with clients in multiple locations.
    Excellent diagnostic, debugging and problem solving skills.
    Good people and stakeholders management skills.

Language: Fluency in English required.

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.
    For staff positions UNOPS reserves the right to appoint a candidate at a lower level than 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

Contract type: FTA
Contract level: P3
Contract duration: One year


How to Apply:
https://gprs.unops.org/Pages/ViewVacancy/VADetails.aspx?id=1736


Deadline: 7th Feb 2013







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