Vacancy: Cadet Assistant Superintendent Of Prisons (General Duties) (20 Careers)
Organisation: Uganda Prisons Service
Duty Station: Kampala,
REF: HRM/PA 76/193/13
Reports to: Officer In-Charge of a Correctional Institution
The Secretary, Prisons Authority invites applications from suitably qualified Ugandan citizens to fill vacant posts of Cadet Assistant Superintendent of Prisons currently existing in the Uganda Prisons Service as specified below:-
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
The Cadet Assistant will be in- Charge of Prisons Institutions.
In charge of the safety and security of the institutions,.
Responsible for humane correctional training of inmates confined therein.
Supervising, mentoring and appraising subordinate staff.
Responsible for discipline of institutional staff and inmates.
Responsible for general accountability of all Government stores under his/her supervision.
Prepare contracts ‘for construction and consultancy services.
Actively participating in construction site meetings and preparing reports.
Collecting any information for certifying payment certificates.
Perform any other duties as may be assigned from time to time
Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
All applicants must be Ugandans holding an Honour’s Bachelor’s Degree in any of the disciplines either in Arts or 2 Sciences (Pure and Applied) from a recognised University or Institution.
Age: 22 – 30 years
All applications should be filled in triplicate on Public Service Form No. 3 (2008) and submitted to the Secretary, Prisons Authority, P.O. Box 7182, Kampala, Uganda
The hand written applications are also acceptable.
The application forms are obtainable from the Public Service Commission offices, Farmers’ House, 2nd floor, Kampala and Prisons Authority offices, at the Uganda Prisons Headquarters, Plot 13/15 Parliament Avenue. The Forms can also be downloaded from the Public Service Commission Website on www.psc.go.ug.
All applications should bear the title of the post as well as the Reference Number specified against the vacancy. Applicants should attach three (3) sets of photocopies of their certificates and testimonials plus three (3) recent certified passport size photographs.
Applicants who are already in Government Service should route their applications through their Heads of Department who must be informed of the closing date to avoid delay.
Applicants should be physically and medically fit and should not have been charged with any criminal offence in any courts of law. The applicants must have the right attitude and be willing to work in difficult conditions and environment.
In addition, successful candidates must be prepared to undergo a twelve (12) months Cadet Officers’ Course at the Prisons Training School and Staff College plus three (3) months attachment. Appointment as Cadet Assistant Superintendent of Prisons will only be effective after successful completion of training and pass-out. Uganda Prisons Service is an equal opportunity employer.
Cadet Officers in scientific and professional fields must be prepared to work in a Penal Institution on General Duties for at least two (2) years before deployment to their respective stations of specialization.
Applicants who shall not hear from the Prisons Authority, on completion of the recruitment and selection exercise should consider themselves unsuccessful
Deadline: Friday 18th April 2014