Job Title: Administrator
Organisation: Ministry of Education and Sports (MoES)
Project: Reform Task Force Secretariat Skilling Uganda
Funding Source: World Bank and Government of Belgium
Salary: UGX 3.5 million shillings per month
Duty Station: Kampala,
Reports to: Executive Secretary
The Government of Uganda represented by the Ministry of Education and Sports (MoES) and supported by World Bank and the Government of Belgium initialed a process to formulate a ten year BTVET Strategic Plan (Skilling Uganda) in 2009. This denotes a paradigm shift for skills development in Uganda with the overall aim of transforming the BTVET system from an Educational Sub-Sector into a comprehensive System of Skills development for employment, enhanced productivity, and growth. The main purpose will be to create employable skills and competencies relevant to the labour market instead of educational Certificates. It will embrace all Ugandans in need of skills, not only primary and Secondary School leavers. Skills will enable the Country to expand and grow. Employers in Uganda often complain about skills shortages that constrain production and expansion. Large segments of the population, including those working in the informal sector, lack skills they need to raise themselves out of poverty. The economy faces critical skills gap that threaten to limit the growth of key sectors, including agriculture and energy.
The Strategic Plan recommends the establishment of the Reform Task Force (RTF) and its Secretariat to oversee and manage the implementation of the plan until a permanent integrated Skills Development Authority (SDA) is established.
Job Summary: The Administrator will support the Executive Secretary in processing the day to day administration and supervision of the program activities
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Directing, controlling and coordinating all the project administrative matters
Ensuring availability, distribution and efficient and effective utilization of logistics
Supervising and ensuring that all program activities are implemented according to schedule
Preparing annual and other periodic project progress reports
Ensuring prompt payments of the Secretariats utility bills fee electricity, water, telephone
Maintaining an Inventory of all the program assets and other tools and equipment
Supporting the Executive Secretary in Managing transport arrangements
All prospective candidates for the Administrator Vacancy must hold a Bachelors Degree in Arts, Social Sciences, Development Studies or any other relevant qualification from a recognized tertiary University and / or institution
Possession of a post graduate training in Public Administration and Management, Human Resource Management or any other relevant field is a must
Skills and Experience:
A certificate in Administrative Officers’ Law Course is an added advantage.
Excellent interpersonal and Communication Skills
Effective in oral and written communication
Good understanding and knowledge in modern Human Resource Management practices
Possess the ability to work as a team member
Applications are therefore invited from suitably qualified candidates to fill the vacant positions as specified in the job description above. All applications should clearly include the position of the vacancy and applicants should attach photocopies of their certificates and testimonials plus recent passport size photograph. The applications should be submitted to the Office of the Assistant Commissioner Human Resource Management, Embassy House Fourth Floor Room, Kampala, Uganda.
Deadline: 7th March 2014