Jobs at UNFPA in Uganda- Program Assistant



Job Title: Program Assistant

Type of Contract: Fixed -Term

Level: ICS 5 (G5)

Duty Station: Moroto

Organizational Context and Main Tasks and Responsibilities:

Under overall guidance and supervision of the Representative and direct supervision of head of Moroto sub-office, the Program Assistant will:

- Provide administrative and secretarial support to the sub-Office

- Facilitate incoming missions from Kampala or elsewhere

- Maintains filing system for UNFPA supported projects in accordance with established classification system.

- Drafts correspondences on programme related issues in consultation with programme officers

- Facilitate logistic support and security related issues

- Maintain Petty Cash for sub-office and submits accountability to Country Office as required

- Oversees vehicle management and submits monthly reports to the Country Office in a timely manner

- Initiate project needs assessment in consultation with programme specialists

- Overall management of sub-office premise and guest house occupied by staff

- On behalf of UNFPA Coordinates with WFP and other Agencies on matters relating to common services

- Acts as a focal point for UNFPA Assets in Moroto

- Supports Programme officers on programme financial related issues.

- Provides support to the sub-office by coordinating and monitoring relevant business processes and procedures and activities, paying attention to detail and adhering to deadlines.

- Effectively provides general research support from records, reports and prepares periodic and ad hoc reports on programme and project activities.

- Prepares and maintains records documents and control plans for the monitoring of project/programme implementation

- Keeps the sub-office informed by providing relevant information, reports or status updates

- Organizes meetings; Initiates and coordinates preparation of agenda and necessary documentation for meetings as well as workshops and conferences.

- Acts as Secretary to internal meetings.

- Drafts routine correspondences

- Performs other support duties as required




How to Apply:

Email applications:

1. Should be sent to vacancyug@unfpa.org

2. Applications should be less than 10MB. (This includes the Cover letter and the P11 Form). All applicants must fill the P11 Form.

3. The subject of the email should clearly reflect the position you are applying for and include your full names.

4. Only online applications will be accepted



Additional Information:

• We will only be able to respond to those applicants in whom the Country Office has further interest.

• UNFPA offers an attractive compensation package commensurate with experience

• UNFPA does not solicit or screen for information in respect of HIV or AIDS and does not discriminate on the basis of HIV/AIDS status

• UNFPA provides a work environment that reflects the values of gender equality, teamwork, respect for diversity, integrity, and a healthy work life balance.


Deadline for applications: Monday, 25 February, 2013.



Jobs at Amber House Ltd in Uganda - General Manager


Job Title: General Manager

Job Information    

Amber House Ltd, a company dealing in property management would like to recruit a General Manager who will be responsible for providing strategic leadership to an energetic and well-motivated team.

S/he shall report to the Board and will be responsible for formulating and implementing the company’s strategic plan.

Qualifications:

• A master’s degree in Business Administration

• 5-10 years’ experience at senior management level in a reputable organization.

• Experience in real estate management will be an added advantage.

Core Competences:

• Strong management and leadership skills, with a high degree of accountability

• Good working knowledge and experience in developing and implementing strategic plans and policies

• Knowledge about trends and practices affecting the industry.

• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

• Good business and financial acumen

• Track record of demonstrated integrity and honesty.

• Strong analytical skills.

The successful applicant will be offered a two-year renewable contract upon successful completion of a 4-month probationary period.




How to Apply:
Interested persons should submit their applications together with copies of their academic and other qualifications to:

The Managing Director,

Amber House Ltd,

P.O. Box 7059,

Kampala

Or

Deliver it to Amber House, 1st floor, Estate Managers Office, not later than Wednesday, 27th February, 2013.


Deadline: 27th Feb 2013



Jobs at UNFPA in Uganda - National Program Officer



Job Title: Senior National Program Officer- UN Joint

Program on Population

Type of Contract: Service Contract

Grade/Level: SB5

Duty Station: Kampala


Under the overall guidance of the UNFPA Representative, and direct supervision of the Coordinator of the UN Joint Programme on Population, the Senior National Programme Officer is part of the Core Technical Team, at the UNFPA Country Office, to manage all aspects of the interagency effort as well as provide oversight mandated of UNFPA as the Joint Programme Administrative Agency

Main Tasks and Responsibilities:

Provide substantive, technical and programmatic guidance to UNFPA and other UN participating Agencies to ensure linkages, synergies and coordination between respective UN agency activities.

Ensure effective, efficient and timely implementation and achievement of results of the Joint Programme on Population.

Coordinate and provide technical guidance to the Joint Programme on Population technical working group meetings including the annual programme review, ensuring that meetings take place as scheduled and follow-up actions are implemented.

Lead the process of developing the Joint Programme Annual Work Plans, ensuring proper coordination and prioritisation across all participating agencies and within JPP Outcome groups to maximize Joint Programme delivery.

Liaise with UNFPA programme officers to support development, implementation, review and coordination of and between UN Joint Programme on Population implementing partners and their annual work plans, and ensure harmonisation with the Joint Programme on Population Annual Work Plan.

Ensure timely and accurate preparation of documentation for Steering Committee meetings including preparation of financial and narrative progress reports.

Guide timely and accurate preparation of annual progress and financial reports in accordance with respective donor requirements and guidelines.

Document best practices and lessons learnt in the UN Joint Programme on Population implementation and accordingly recommend on replicable strategies and alternative approaches for better programme implementation.

Contribute to resource mobilization efforts related to ensuring that the UN Joint programme on Population is adequately funded by analyzing information on potential donors, preparing substantive briefs and proposals to sell to donors in line with their respective priorities.

Contribute to strengthening partnerships with the donors through regular contacts and dialogue, quality implementation and reporting and ensuring that donors’ standards are adhered to.

Perform any other related tasks that may be required.



How to Apply:

Email applications:

1. Should be sent to vacancyug@unfpa.org

2. Applications should be less than 10MB. (This includes the Cover letter and the P11 Form). All applicants must fill the P11 Form.

3. The subject of the email should clearly reflect the position you are applying for and include your full names.

4. Only online applications will be accepted



Additional Information:

• We will only be able to respond to those applicants in whom the Country Office has further interest.

• UNFPA offers an attractive compensation package commensurate with experience

• UNFPA does not solicit or screen for information in respect of HIV or AIDS and does not discriminate on the basis of HIV/AIDS status

• UNFPA provides a work environment that reflects the values of gender equality, teamwork, respect for diversity, integrity, and a healthy work life balance.


Deadline for applications: Monday, 25 February, 2013.




Jobs at ChildFund International in Uganda- Project Officer



Job Title: Project Officer, M&E

( ChildFund International, Uganda )

For over seventy years, ChildFund International has provided support to deprived, excluded and vulnerable children to have the capacity to improve their lives and opportunities to become young adults, parents and leaders who bring lasting and positive change to their communities. We promote societies whose individuals and institutions participate in valuing, protecting and advancing the worth and rights of children. Our core commitment is child- centered change that will ensure healthy and secure infants, educated and confident children, and youth who are skilled and engage meaningfully in the affairs and decision making processes within their communities

Exciting Career Opportunity

ChildFund Uganda is working in over 36 districts to develop the capacities of local community based organizations to be able to mobilise resources and implement programs that improve the well-being of deprived, excluded and vulnerable children.

ChildFund Uganda seeks to recruit a suitably qualified, self-driven, result-oriented, motivated team player who can work flexibly as Project Officer, Monitoring & Evaluation.

Purpose of Position & Job Summary:

The Project Officer, M&E will be part of the Area team that will lead, design, implement projects and programs, document lessons learnt, build community capacities, provide technical support, mentoring of community volunteers, monitor and evaluate sustainable community development programs that champion children’s development.

Key Result Areas:

    Review the project implementation plan and develop monitoring and evaluation framework for the project with a focus on enabling the measurement of progress and tangible positive impacts of the project to the children and targeted beneficiaries.
    Develop a database for storing and analysis of monitoring and evaluation data.
    Support and train Project staff and community members in the collection of baseline and monitoring data before commencement of project interventions and its components.
    Ensure regular project reporting requirements are being adhered to by the project officers.
    Analyze collected data on a regular basis, provide statistics to support the monthly progress reports on each component and assess and evaluate progress against project objectives looking at data for relevance of interventions, efficiency in implementation
    Develop constructive recommendations for project interventions or other adjustments as necessary, both in the immediate term and longer-term for better quality.
    Build capacity among project staff and in the community to think and approach the project in a ‘results-based’ manner; collect and analyze data so that the project can clearly show change, outcomes and impact.
    Ensure that M&E data collection captures and mainstreams protection considerations across all project components and identify gaps for future interventions.
    Together with the Project Officers develop and disseminate strategies and methodologies for proper project implementation .and work plans, training modules and project reports.
    Report on work plan progress as required.
    Provide guidance as necessary and conduct regular quality control reviews of data entered.
    Provide effective representation of the organization interest among the partners and network stakeholders.

Requirement:

    A Bachelors Degree in Statistics, Quantitative Economics, Social Sciences, or related field (A post Graduate Diploma in M&E or Project Management will be added advantage
    At least 3 years of experience with humanitarian work with an international organization
    At least 3 years of implementing impact monitoring and evaluation activities
    At least 2 years of experience in conducting baseline surveys, participatory community M&E training and data collection
    Strong networking, and coordination skills
    Proficient in use of computers (MS Word, Excel, Acces, Powerpoint).
    Database software (STATA, Epi Info) knowledge is required.
    Good knowledge of English and ability to summarize information and write reports clearly
    Ability to travel to field locations within the programme area as-required.

Experience: 9



How to apply:

The National Director ChildFund International Uganda Plot 71/72, Namirembe Road P.O. Box 3341, Kampala Uganda.

E-mail: hr@uganda.childfund.org


While we thank all applicants for your interest, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Any form of lobbying will lead to automatic disqualification.


Deadline: 20th Feb 2013




Registered Midwives Jobs at Tumu Hospital in Uganda


Job Title: Registered Midwives

Tumu  Hospital  is seeking suitable qualified  applicants  to suite the above position
Duties
•    Receiving  patients  registering  admissions, deliveries and  discharges
•    Carrying out  Antenetal  Care
•    Providing care  during  delivery and  peurperium

Qualifications
•    Must be  trained  at a registered  midwife  level from  a recognized  institution
•    Must be registered  and licenced  with the  Nurses  and  Midwives Council.
•    Experience  of not less than one year in the   same position in a reputable  organization.


How to apply
The Human Resource Officer
Rugongo ,Karungu  Buhweju District
Or call  0751 083945
e-mail micheal@tumuhospital.ug


Deadline: 18th February 2013




Clinical Officers Jobs at Tumu Hospital in Uganda


Job Title: Clinical Officers

Tumu  Hospital  is seeking suitable qualified  applicants  to suite the above position
Duties
•    Participating  in research  activities  and Community  health programs
•    Diagnosing  and treating  patients
•    Conducting  health  Education  to patients

Qualifications
•    Diploma in  Clinical  medicine  and Community Health  or its equivalent  from a  recognized  institution
•    Diploma in  Clinical  medicine and  Community  Health  or its equivalent  from a recognized  institution


How to apply
The Human Resource Officer
Rugongo ,Karungu  Buhweju District
Or call  0751 083945
e-mail micheal@tumuhospital.ug

Deadline: 18th February 2013





Clinical Instructor Job Vacancy at Tumu Hospital in Uganda



Job Title:  Clinical Instructor

 Tumu  Hospital  is seeking suitable qualified  applicants  to suite the above position
Duties
•    Giving  lecturers  to  Students.
•    Organising and conducting  practical  sessions for the  students
•    Providing students  with  practical skills on the  wards

Qualifications
•    Diploma in  Enrolled  Comprehensive  nursing
•     Must be registered  with the  Uganda Nurses and Midwives  Council

How to apply
The Human Resource Officer
Rugongo ,Karungu  Buhweju District
Or call  0751 083945
e-mail micheal@tumuhospital.ug


Deadline: 18th February 2013





Tutor Jobs Vacancy at Tumu Hospital in Uganda



Job Title: Tutor
Tumu  Hospital  is seeking suitable qualified  applicants  to suite the above position
Duties
•    Conducting  lecturers  with  Students.
•    Drawing a timetable  for students  lecturers  in liaison  with the  Principal  tutor.
•    Making  ward allocations for Students  in liaison with the  Principal  tutor

Qualifications
•    A Diploma in  the relevant  health related field  of study  i.e  Nursing , Midwifery  and Comprehensive  Nursing.
•    Must have a  diploma  in medical  education (Tutorship).
•    Must be registered  by the Uganda  Nurses  and Midwives Council

How to apply
The Human Resource Officer
Rugongo ,Karungu  Buhweju District
Or call  0751 083945
e-mail micheal@tumuhospital.ug

Deadline: 18th February 2013


Jobs at Tumu Hospital in Uganda- Principal Tutor



Job Title:  Principal  Tutor
Tumu  Hospital  is seeking suitable qualified  applicants  to suite the above position
Desired Skills
•    A degree or a Diploma in the relevant health  related field  of study  i.e  Nursing,  Midwifery,  Psychatry, Public Health  and Comprehensive  Nursing.
•    Must have a Degree  or a Diploma in Medical Education
•    Registered and  Licensed  with the  nurses  and midwives  council.
Duties
•    She supervises  Tutors and other  subordinate  staff.
•    He lays the foundation  for student Nurse Training in both  theoretical  and clinical setting , with the aim of producing  quality Nurses and Midwives.

How to apply
The Human Resource Officer
Rugongo ,Karungu  Buhweju District
Or call  0751 083945
e-mail micheal@tumuhospital.ug


Deadline: 18th February 2013




Jobs at Goal Uganda- Assistant Country Director


Job Title:  Assistant Country Director
GOAL   is an equal  opportunity  employer  and would like suitable applicants for the  above position.
Requirements
•    A minimum of five years  as a senior  field  representative  and oversees  experience  with  humanitarian  and development  programs at  a  senior  management  level
•    A University degree in social  sciences , development  studies, engineering , livelihoods/food security

Skills
•    An  MBA  or masters  degree  in  international  development  or livelihoods,  public health  or similar discipline
•    Previous experience  as an  ACD-P  or Head  of  Programs  for an  INGO

How to apply
The Human Resource  and Administration  Coordinator
GOAL   Uganda, P. O. Box  33140, Kampala, Lubbobo  Close, Muyenga, or email:AdminKampala@ug.goal.ie


Deadline: 24th February 2013





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