Accounts Assistant Jobs at Office of the Auditor General (OAG) in Uganda



Job Title:         Accounts Assistant
Reports To:         Accountant
Salary Scale:         U7
Age Limit:         Below 40 Years
Job Ref:         ADM. 561136/01 Vol.4 [6/13]
Terms of Service:     Permanent terms
The Office of the Auditor General (OAG) is an institution established under the provisions of Article 163 of the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda. Its mandate, functions and powers are enshrined in the National Audit Act, 2008. The main function of the OAG is to audit and report on the Public Accounts of Uganda and of all public offices or bodies and/or organizations established by an Act of Parliament.
 Minimum Qualifications:
Applicants should be Ugandans holding EITHER a Diploma majoring in accounting from a recognized Institution OR an accounting technician certificate.
Working Experience:
Applicants should have a minimum of two (2) years working experience as an Accounts Assistant in the Public Sector or reputable private sector organizations. Hands on experience of computerized accounting packages will be an added advantage.
Duties:
The incumbent will be responsible to the Accountant for performing the following duties:
•    Handling full clerical duties that involve inputting approved invoices or payment requests into the payment system;
•    Ensure proper filing and safety of payment vouchers:
•    Preparing payment vouchers for all cash payments:
•    Ensuring payment vouchers are attached to supporting documents;
•    Maintaining books of accounts and financial records;
•    Compiling accountability returns, verifying and retiring advances ledgers:
•    Maintaining primary financial records and up-to-date books of accounts;
•    Preparing periodic reconciliations of financial statements and carrying out monthly bank reconciliations;
•    Following up payments to ensure beneficiaries are communicated to promptly;
•    Any other duties as may be assigned from time to time by the supervisor.


How to Apply:
Applications must be accompanied by:
• Detailed typed curriculum vitae which clearly support the competencies required above.
• Certified Copies of academic qualifications, testimonials and professional training certificates.
• Names of three (3) referees and their contacts.
• A recent passport size photograph.
• All applications should be submitted on Public Service Form 3 (revised 2008) obtained from Public Service Commission offices, Ministry/Department headquarters and District Service Commission offices.
• Applications through Post Office should be by registered mail.
• Applications received shall be acknowledged by this office.
• All serving officers should channel their applications through their Heads of Department.
• Late submissions shall not be considered.
Applications should be addressed to: The Auditor General Treasury Building, Plot 2/12 Apollo Kagwa Road
P.O. Box 7083, KAMPALA

Deadline:    30/08/2013



Jobs at Office of the Auditor General (OAG) in Uganda - Pool Stenographer



Job Title:         Pool Stenographer (2 Vacancies)
Reports To:         Senior Assistant Secretary
Salary Scale:         U6
Age Limit:         Below 40 Years
Job Ref:         ADM. 56/136/01 Vo1.4 [5113]
Terms Of Service:     Permanent terms.

The Office of the Auditor General (OAG) is an institution established under the provisions of Article 163 of the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda. Its mandate, functions and powers are enshrined in the National Audit Act, 2008. The main function of the OAG is to audit and report on the Public Accounts of Uganda and of all public offices or bodies and/or organizations established by an Act of Parliament.
Minimum Qualifications:
Applicants should be Ugandans holding a Diploma in Secretarial Studies from a recognized Institution. WORKING Experience:
Applicants should have a minimum of two (2) years relevant working experience in the Public Sector or reputable private sector organizations.
Knowledge of the use of modern office equipment will be an added advantage.
Duties:
The incumbent will be responsible to the Senior Assistant Secretary for performing the following duties:
•    Typing and presenting accurate and error free work;
•    Ensuring timely work and information flow to and from the office:
•    Ensuring cleanliness and orderliness in the office;
•    Requisitioning and managing office supplies;
•    Arranging and following up on appointments;
•    Attending to phone calls and responding to stakeholder inquiries;
•    Ensuring that reports and data files are arranged in a perfect manner;
•    Any other duties as may be assigned from time to time by the supervisor.


How to Apply:
Applications must be accompanied by:
Detailed typed curriculum vitae which clearly support the competencies required above.
Certified Copies of academic qualifications, testimonials and professional training certificates,
Names of three (3) referees and their contacts,
A recent passport size photograph,
All applications should be submitted on Public Service Form 3 (revised 2008) obtained from Public Service Commission offices, Ministry/Department headquarters and District Service Commission offices.
Applications through Post Office should be by registered mail.
Applications received shall be acknowledged by this office.
All serving officers should channel their applications through their Heads of Department.
Late submissions shall not be considered.
Applications should be addressed to: The Auditor General Treasury Building, Plot 2/12 Apollo Kagwa Road P.O. Box 7083, KAMPALA

Deadline:    30/08/2013




Jobs at Office of the Auditor General (OAG) in Uganda - Executive Assistant



Job Title:         Executive Assistant (2 Vacancies)
Reports To:         Senior Assistant Secretary
Salary Scale:         U4
Age Limit:         below 40 Years
Job Ref:         ADM. 56/136/01 Vol.4 [4/13]
Terms Of Service:     Permanent terms

The Office of the Auditor General (OAG) is an institution established under the provisions of Article 163 of the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda. Its mandate, functions and powers are enshrined in the National Audit Act, 2008. The main function of the OAG is to audit and report on the Public Accounts of Uganda and of all public offices or bodies and/or organizations established by an Act of Parliament.

Minimum Qualifications:
Applicants should be Ugandans holding an Honors Bachelor's Degree Secretarial Studies or Office Management from a recognized University/Institution.
Working Experience:
•    Applicants should have a minimum of two (2) years working experience as an Executive Assistant/Personal Secretary in the Public Sector or reputable private sector organizations.
•    Knowledge of the use of modern office equipment will be an added advantage.
Duties:
The incumbent will be responsible to the Senior Assistant Secretary for performing the following duties:
•    Scheduling executive meetings and managing executive dairy of appointments;
•    Assisting executives in taking meeting minutes/notes, preparing documents and presentations;
•    Attending to phone calls and responding to stakeholders;
•    Ensuring that reports and data files are arranged in a perfect manner;
•    Ensuring client satisfaction with office services:
•    Ensuring timely work and information flow to and from the Office:
•    Ensuring cleanliness and orderliness in the office;
•    Requisitioning and managing office supplies:
•    Any other duties as may be assigned from time to time by the supervisor.


How to Apply:
Applications must be accompanied by:
Detailed typed curriculum vitae which clearly support the competencies required above.
Certified Copies of academic qualifications, testimonials and professional training certificates,
Names of three (3) referees and their contacts,
A recent passport size photograph,
All applications should be submitted on Public Service Form 3 (revised 2008) obtained from Public Service Commission offices, Ministry/Department headquarters and District Service Commission offices.
Applications through Post Office should be by registered mail.
Applications received shall be acknowledged by this office.
All serving officers should channel their applications through their Heads of Department.
Late submissions shall not be considered.
Applications should be addressed to: The Auditor General Treasury Building, Plot 2/12 Apollo Kagwa Road P.O. Box 7083, KAMPALA

Deadline:    30/08/2013




Jobs at Save the Children in Uganda - Chief of Party



Job Title: Chief of Party, Uganda Advocacy for Better Health
Location:     Uganda - Kampala
Division:     International Programs
Description
Save the Children
Summary

The Chief of Party (COP) will work with Save the Children’s existing country office in Uganda, but will be solely responsible for the overall management of the USAID Cooperative Agreement for the anticipated five-year $20M Advocacy for Better Health Program. S/he will provide strategic and operational leadership to this project which will link with USAID’s strategy to:  improve overall health-seeking behavior, improve the quality of health services, increase the availability of health services, and increase accessibility of health services through the achievement of an enhanced enabling environment of health care in Uganda. 
Responsibilities
• Lead the program’s strategic, financial, and operational planning, including the annual work planning process and development of an appropriate exit strategy.
• Establish and guide overall technical direction of the project.
• Act as principal representative and liaison to all external stakeholders, including but not limited to USAID/Uganda and the Government of Uganda.
• Oversee the timely submission of all deliverables to USAID.
• Provide oversight and coordination with international and national sub-recipient partners.
• Supervise key program staff, both technical and managerial, and oversee the hiring process of all local personnel.
• Serve as key liaison with Save the Children partners and any local sub-grantees.
• Oversee the process of selection of sub-recipient CSO partners.
• Provide overall coordination of the institutional/organizational and technical capacity building of local partners and stakeholders.
• Fully inform Save the Children’s home/field office on all matters relating to the program, and maintain appropriate links with partner home/field offices.
• Ensure that efficient systems to support all aspects of the program (including sub-grant management, financial, capacity building and performance monitoring and reporting) are in place and support the effective use of program resources in compliance with USAID regulations and Save the Children policies.
• Liaise directly with host country government agencies including local governments, development partners, and CSOs including community based organizations.

Requirements
• Master’s degree or higher in public health, or related field.
• Minimum of 10+ years of field-based experience managing large and complex overseas, multi-partner development programs, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa and working with local governments, civil society and communities.
• Experience managing large scale USAID funded project(s) at a senior level.
• Demonstrated knowledge of and familiarity with USAID (PEPFAR) policies, financial rules, regulations, and procedures.
• Demonstrated understanding and knowledge of decentralization in the Uganda context, Uganda’s sociopolitical economy, advocacy, health and education sectors.
• Demonstrated team player with visionary leadership.
• Extensive experience working in Sub-Saharan Africa; specific work experience in Uganda desirable
• Proven experience building capacity of local NGOs and government bodies.
• Experience in developing project work plans, budgets and managing the implementation, program staff and all short-term technical assistance.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.  Fluency in English required.
• Ugandan nationals encouraged to apply.

Employee Type
Full-Time Regular

Save the Children is the leading independent organization for children in need, with programs in over 120 countries, including the United States. We aim to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives by improving their health, education and economic opportunities. In times of acute crisis, we mobilize rapid assistance to help children recover from the effects of war, conflict and natural disasters. Each year, we and our partners reach millions of children in communities around the world. Join our dedicated and diverse staff in their work to improve the well-being of children everywhere.

Save the Children provides an attractive benefits package including competitive salaries, a matching retirement plan, health and welfare benefits, life insurance, an employee assistance program, generous time off and much more. We provide equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, ancestry, sexual orientation, national origin, age, handicap, disability, marital status, or status as a veteran. Save the Children complies with all applicable laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.


How to Apply:
https://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH07/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=SAVETHECHILDREN&cws=1&rid=1989


Deadline: 30/08/2013






Debt Collection Officer Job Vacancy at Uganda Revenue Authority in Uganda



Job Title: DEBT COLLECTION OFFICER - (04 POSITIONS)
JOB CODE: HRM/060/601
REPORTS TO: SUPERVISOR –DEBT COLLECTION
ROLE: To implement and facilitate the Collection and enforce the Recovery of
Tax Debts in line with the Departmental Guidelines and Relevant tax
Laws.

KEY RESULT AREAS
• To receive and register incoming case files from stations and reconcile tax
positions where necessary.
• To prepare debt recovery instruments
• Participate in enforcement against tax defaulters
• Coordinate and oversee enforcement activities with Auctioneers
• Monitor the debt Portfolio
• Follow up on bounced cheques
• To bank cheques for MOU’s on their due dates
• To monitor tax payer’s compliance with MOU’s

Person Specifications
(a) Qualifications
Essential:
• An Honors degree in Commerce, Accounting, Economics, Finance,law and related
studies.
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• ACCA/CPA Qualifications
• Candidates with Law degrees must have a Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
and be Enrolled as Advocates
Desirable:
• Training in Tax and Revenue Administration
(b) Experience and Knowledge
a) At least three (3) years’ experience in handling tax administration matters.
b) Experience and exposure to tax assessment, tax computations, reconciliations of
tax positions and tax audits leading into enforcement and collection of tax debts
c) Risk analysis and profiling; with strong problem solving abilities
d) In-depth understanding and/or exposure to various tax and other laws, policy,
regulations, protocols
e) Strong knowledge and experience in administration of tax enforcement instruments
(c)Character & Abilities
a) High proficiency in the use of computer applications for report writing and
research
b) Excellent command of the English language - both spoken and written
c) A team player
d) A high level of integrity and professionalism
e) Confidence and assertiveness
f) Mature and independent mindset and orientation to delivering results
g) Decision making abilities
h) Ability to manage contradicting interests
i) Analytical and problem solving skills
j) Strong negotiation capabilities


How TO APPLY:

URA will ONLY consider online applications submitted through our website. Visit the URA website: http://ura.go.ug/ and follow the link to “CAREERS -> EXPERIENTIAL HIRING” to view details and apply for the available opportunities.

NOTE:

    Only short listed and successful candidates will be contacted
    Academic documents for the successful candidates will be vetted and background checks conducted before they are considered for appointment into the Authority. Any applicant found with forged academic documents will be charged under courts of law.
    All appointments are subject to a six‐month probationary period and subsequent confirmation in service will be based on satisfactory performance of the individual.


Deadline: 17/08/2013


Database Administrator Job Vacancy at Uganda Revenue Authority in Uganda


Job Title: DATA BASE ADMINISTRATOR (01 POSITION)
JOB CODE: HRM/073/600
REPORTS TO: SUPERVISOR DATABASE ADMINISTRATION
ROLE: To manage the performance, integrity and security of a database in line with the
established corporate standards and policies

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS
• To support corporate database availability
• To establish database user needs and monitor database user access and security;
• To monitor database performance and manage parameters to provide fast query
responses to front-end users;
• To install and test new versions of the Database Management Systems
• To maintain corporate data standards, including adherence to the established
corporate data standards manual
• To document database changes, including data standards, procedures and
definitions for the data dictionary (metadata);
• To control access permissions and privileges;
• To develop, manage and test the backup and recovery plans
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• To ensure that storage, archiving, back-up and recovery procedures are functioning
correctly;
• To participate in the design and execution of the corporate database capacity
planning;
• To work closely with other IT stakeholders in resolving incidents affecting
corporate services availability.
• To communicate regularly with other IT stakeholders and operational staff to
ensure database integrity and security;
• To commission and install new applications and customizing existing applications in
order to make them fit for purpose.
• To participate in the design and implementation of the service availability and
continuity strategies
• To evaluate and recommend new database technologies

PERSON SPECIFICATIONS;
Academic Qualifications
Essential;
a) Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, software engineering, Statistics (computer
option)
Desirable
b) Professional Certifications that are relevant to Database administrators such as
Microsoft Certified Database Administrator, Oracle Certified Database
Administrator or equivalent will be an added advantage.
Experience and Knowledge
a) At least one year experience in a database administration role in a dynamic
organization with more than a hundred employees
b) Experience in database management systems preferably Oracle and SQL, design,
performance tuning, database security, database backup and recovery
Character
a) High Level of Integrity
b) A strong desire to learn and improve.
c) Ability to prioritize and organize tasks carefully and accurately.
d) Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
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e) Innovativeness and high attention to detail
f) Quick learner which great listening skills
g) Ability to work independently and as part of a dynamic team.
h) Dependable and Reliable individual with a strong desire to serve.

How TO APPLY:

URA will ONLY consider online applications submitted through our website. Visit the URA website: http://ura.go.ug/ and follow the link to “CAREERS -> EXPERIENTIAL HIRING” to view details and apply for the available opportunities.

NOTE:

    Only short listed and successful candidates will be contacted
    Academic documents for the successful candidates will be vetted and background checks conducted before they are considered for appointment into the Authority. Any applicant found with forged academic documents will be charged under courts of law.
    All appointments are subject to a six‐month probationary period and subsequent confirmation in service will be based on satisfactory performance of the individual.


Deadline: 17/08/2013




Drivers Jobs Vacancy at Uganda Revenue Authority in Uganda



Job Title: DRIVERS (05 POSITIONS)
JOB CODE: HRM/072/800
PORTS TO: SUPERVISOR FLEET
ROLE: To provide transport services to all staff and maintenance of URA
Vehicles in line with the Administrative Guidelines, Rules and
Regulations

KEY RESULT AREAS
• Provide Transport services to URA staff as per the URA Fleet guidelines
• Maintain the Vehicle in a clean and excellent mechanical condition according to
the Fleet Management guidelines.
• To carry out periodic checks on the assigned vehicle to determine maintenance
needs and report accordingly and time
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• Delivery of items, for example mail/correspondence, stationery and supplies to the
respective URA Offices and other stakeholders in line with the Administrative
Guidelines
• Perform any other duties assigned by their respective Supervisor

PERSON SPECIFICATIONS
Academic Qualifications
Essential
a) Must possess a valid driving Permit covering at least Classes C and E in the old
system or classes B, CM and DL in the new system.
b) Must have attained O’ Level qualification with at least a Pass in English &
Mathematics
c) Computer Literacy is a Must
Desirable
a) Possession of Class A in the new system will be an added advantage
a) Defensive driving skills will be an added advantage
b) Specialized training and or skills in automobile/Vehicle mechanics will be an added
advantage
b) Experience and Knowledge
g) At least Five (5) years’ driving experience
h) Knowledge and Proficiency in written and spoken English
i) A high sense of precision and order
j) Ability to handle and manage multiple tasks under pressure
(c) Character &Abilities
a) Active Listening: Giving full attention to what other people are saying and
understanding the implications of new information
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b) Problem sensitivity and Solving :The ability to tell when something is wrong or is
likely to go wrong and proposing effective solutions
c) Excellent interpersonal skills
d) Ability to prioritize multiple tasks with completing delivery requirements
e) Excellent Customer and Personal service
f) High Level Integrity &Confidentiality
g) Should be an excellent time manager; Managing Ones’ own time and the time of
others



How TO APPLY:

URA will ONLY consider online applications submitted through our website. Visit the URA website: http://ura.go.ug/ and follow the link to “CAREERS -> EXPERIENTIAL HIRING” to view details and apply for the available opportunities.

NOTE:

    Only short listed and successful candidates will be contacted
    Academic documents for the successful candidates will be vetted and background checks conducted before they are considered for appointment into the Authority. Any applicant found with forged academic documents will be charged under courts of law.
    All appointments are subject to a six‐month probationary period and subsequent confirmation in service will be based on satisfactory performance of the individual.


Deadline: 17/08/2013







Jobs at Uganda Revenue Authority in Uganda - Fleet Officer


Job Title: FLEET OFFICER (02 POSITIONS)
JOB CODE: HRM/072/610
PORTS TO: SUPERVISOR FLEET
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ROLE: To maintain the fleet management system by generating periodical
reports that will inform management decisions to offer timely transport
and logistics needs support to all departments in URA in line with
Administrative guidelines and other relevant laws

KEY RESULT AREAS
• Monitor URA fleet insurance cover to ensure compliance with traffic and road
safety Act, motor insurance policy and Administrative guidelines Process URA
Vehicle License/Insurance Covers in line with URA Revenue Procedures and Traffic
Road Safety Act 1970 revised
• Carry out physical examination of vehicles before and after repairs to ascertain
authenticity of defect reports
• Use the Fleet Management System to monitor and follow up on motor vehicle usage
and the general compliance of the drivers with parking regulations and log book
usage
• Manage the performance and development of transport office Drivers in line with
HRMM and administrative guidelines
• Provide for transport requests and transport logistics across URA to ensure a
seamless process of work scheduling and work accomplishment

PERSON SPECIFICATIONS
Academic Qualifications
a) Diploma in Motor Vehicle mechanics
b Specialized training in fleet management
Desirable
a) Computer Literacy Qualifications
b) Some prior experience in the role of a driver in a reputable organization
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b) Experience and Knowledge
a) At least one(1) years’ experience in fleet management
b) Knowledge of operation of vehicles and equipment (e.g., automobiles, trucks,
motorcycles, motor homes, forklifts etc)
(c) Character
a) Ability and experience in building, Leading and working with teams
b) Interpersonal skills, written and Oral communication skills, including the ability to
communicate effectively within all levels in the Organization
c) Demonstrate analytical and problem solving ability
d) High level of integrity.
e) Must have and maintain a valid Driver’s License
f) Excellent report writing skills

How TO APPLY:

URA will ONLY consider online applications submitted through our website. Visit the URA website: http://ura.go.ug/ and follow the link to “CAREERS -> EXPERIENTIAL HIRING” to view details and apply for the available opportunities.

NOTE:

    Only short listed and successful candidates will be contacted
    Academic documents for the successful candidates will be vetted and background checks conducted before they are considered for appointment into the Authority. Any applicant found with forged academic documents will be charged under courts of law.
    All appointments are subject to a six‐month probationary period and subsequent confirmation in service will be based on satisfactory performance of the individual.


Deadline: 17/08/2013




Jobs at Uganda Revenue Authority in Uganda - Compliance Officer



Job Title: OFFICER COMPLIANCE (02 POSITIONS)
JOB CODE: HRM/051/600
REPORTS TO: SUPERVISOR, COMPLIANCE
ROLE: To conduct Compliance Reviews and implement Integrity Enhancement
Initiatives and activities in accordance with the URA HRMM, Code of Conduct and other
Compliance Programs.

KEY RESULT AREAS
• Carry out investigation operations in the division and generate reports in line with
Departmental Guidelines and Tax Investigations Manual
• Gather and analyze data on business transactions of cases under investigations and
generate a report in line departmental guidelines
• Coordinate settlement of queries, claim and provide technical support to
management and staff in line with departmental guidelines
• Coordinate with CID in Investigations of criminal cases and on request represent
URA in court
• Prepare MDC & SAC reports on staff in line with HRMM &MEC decisions

PERSON SPECIFICATIONS
Qualifications
Essential:
a) An Honor’s Degree in Law, Commerce, Accountancy, Auditing
b) Credit in Mathematics and English
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Desirable:
c) Professional Qualifications in Accounting, Auditing, Ethics &Integrity
d) Training in Corporate Governance
e) Knowledge in regulatory and Process Compliance


Experience & Knowledge
a) At least Two (2) year experience in Compliance Audits & Reviews
b) Knowledge in regulatory and process compliance.
c) Proficiency in data analysis techniques.
d) Proficiency in research, investigations and the use of statistical data analysis
techniques
e) Familiarity with court and prosecution processes
f) Risk profiling and analysis
g) Experience in management of complaints and whistle blowers
h) Experience in implementation of integrity enhancement programs
i) Familiarity with management of investigations
j) Understanding of Tax Laws, Leadership Codes, Anti-bribery Act, penal code and
Labor Laws
k) URA code of conduct and other policies
Character & Abilities;
a) Information handling, Analysis &Communication
b) Excellent Planning &Organizing
c) Problem Solving &Decision Making
d) High ethics, integrity and confidentiality
e) Mastery of Computer skill

How TO APPLY:

URA will ONLY consider online applications submitted through our website. Visit the URA website: http://ura.go.ug/ and follow the link to “CAREERS -> EXPERIENTIAL HIRING” to view details and apply for the available opportunities.

NOTE:

    Only short listed and successful candidates will be contacted
    Academic documents for the successful candidates will be vetted and background checks conducted before they are considered for appointment into the Authority. Any applicant found with forged academic documents will be charged under courts of law.
    All appointments are subject to a six‐month probationary period and subsequent confirmation in service will be based on satisfactory performance of the individual.


Deadline: 17/08/2013




Jobs at Uganda Revenue Authority in Uganda - Compliance Supervisor


Job Title:SUPERVISOR-COMPLIANCE (01 POSITION)
JOB CODE: HRM/051/500
REPORTS TO: SUPERVISOR – MANAGER COMPLIANCE
ROLE: To plan and supervise the management of internal affairs and monitor
adherence to the set operational standards and practices in line with
the relevant legislation and policy frameworks


KEY RESULT AREAS
• Supervise the Implementation of assigned work plans for compliance staff in
line with HRMM and Leadership Code and Departmental Instructions
• Coordinate the Preparation of MDC and SAC reports in line with HRMM
and MEC decisions
• Coordinate with CID in Investigations of criminal cases and on request
represent URA in court
• Advise and Recommend from works for institutionalizing of best practices for
staff compliance and adherence to the set standards and practices
• Review and coordinate the settlement of queries, claim and provide technical
support to management and staff in line with departmental instructions
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• Manage the performance and development of staff in line with the HRMM


PERSON SPECIFICATIONS;
(a) Academic Qualifications

Essential:
a) Honours’ degree in Law, (LLB) Commerce, Accountancy or Auditing
b) Credit in Math and English

Desirable;
a) Training in Criminal Investigations
Experience & Knowledge:
a) At least three (3) years’ experience in handling investigations in a large
organization.
b) Knowledge and experience in progressing criminal cases will be an
added advantage.
c) Knowledge of Revenue and Tax Administration
(c) Character & Abilities
a) Strong analytical capability, innovative and critical thinking
b) Ability to multi task, work under pressure and meet deadlines
c) Team working and interpersonal skills
d) Ability to train, coach and mentor
e) Excellent interpersonal skills, particularly staff relations, oral and written
communications
f) High-level integrity and confidentiality
g) Demonstrate sound work ethics

How TO APPLY:

URA will ONLY consider online applications submitted through our website. Visit the URA website: http://ura.go.ug/ and follow the link to “CAREERS -> EXPERIENTIAL HIRING” to view details and apply for the available opportunities.

NOTE:

    Only short listed and successful candidates will be contacted
    Academic documents for the successful candidates will be vetted and background checks conducted before they are considered for appointment into the Authority. Any applicant found with forged academic documents will be charged under courts of law.
    All appointments are subject to a six‐month probationary period and subsequent confirmation in service will be based on satisfactory performance of the individual.


Deadline: 17/08/2013



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