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Friday 30 August 2013

Consultants jobs in Uganda at Relief International (RI) Uganda

Job Title : Consultants ( Enterprise Specialist and Rural Water Supply Specialist )
Country Uganda
City  : Kampala,
Category Consulting
Organization Relief International (RI)
Closing date Friday, 06 September 2013
About RI: Relief International (RI) is a leading global change organization and home to teams of humanitarian activist-professionals committed to transforming adversity into renewal for the world's most vulnerable populations. By partnering with beneficiaries and communities on the front-lines, RI innovatively bridges the gap between immediate relief and long-term community development.
Summary of
The EnterpriseWorks Division of Relief International has been implementing a commercial pilot project in Uganda to promote a low cost water storage product to enable the collection of high quality water at the household level.
The product was the culmination of the findings from desk and field studies conducted during the initial stages of this project to better understand the constraints facing households wishing to harvest rainwater from their rooftops.
The studies found that after a hard roof surface for collection, the biggest impediment to collecting substantial quantities of water at the household level was the cost of storage.
This project sought to address this constraint as a means to opening up a globally under-exploited source of water that is delivered without cost to the household.
Seeking two consultants for the final evaluation:
Enterprise Specialist
Specific Tasks:
Evaluate the supply chain that has been established for bob® and particularly the sustainability of the chain post-project. Provide suggestions for improvements;
Evaluate the competitiveness of bob® in the marketplace;
Determine if bob® meets a latent need in Uganda;
Determine if the promotional activities were effective in creating awareness and then generating sales, If not what can be improved;

Communication and Advocacy Officer Job Opportunity in Uganda at the UN Uganda

 Country UGANDA
City Kampala,
Category Management
Closing Date: Friday, 06 September 2013
Organization UN

The UN Country Team (UNCT) in Uganda is supporting the Government of Uganda to address key development challenges based on the UN Development Assistance Framework and the Government of Uganda’s five year National Development Plan. In line with UN Reforms, the Resident Coordinator’s Office supports full coordination within the UNCT by promoting collaboration through joint programming including a Joint Programming on Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment.
The UN Joint Programming on Gender Equality (UNJPGE) entails collaboration among 8 participating UN Agencies in the concept of Delivering as One, the Government of Uganda (GOU) and civil society with financial support from DFID.  The JPGE is coordinated by UN Women. The JPGE includes provision of resources for strengthening capacity of the strategic institutions within government in gender mainstreaming activities.
Under the overall guidance of the Country Representative and under direct supervision of the coordinator of the joint Programme on Gender Equality and Women Empowerment, (GEWE).
The Communication and Advocacy Officer  works with UN Women Joint Programme on Gender Equality, other Participating UN Agencies, Government, civil society and other implementing partners ensuring successful visibility of Joint Programme on gender equality.
Duties and Responsibilities
Participates in the formulation and implementation of communications and outreach strategy focusing on the achievement of the following results:
Analysis of requirements, synthesis of proposals and provision of information by conducting communications needs assessments for elaboration of the UNJPGE communications and outreach strategy based on the corporate communications strategy;
Drafting/editing of communications and outreach strategy based on corporate communications strategy and in strong support of resource mobilization efforts in support of the Country Programme’s strategic plan;
Assisting in the preparation of UNJPGE communication and advocacy instruments including presentations, briefing material for dissemination to different audiences as need be. These include, for instance, donor bulletins, brochures, factsheets, banners, updated information leaflets per programme and project, etc;
Synthesis of proposals for project formulations to integrate advocacy and communication strategies into all aspects of UN Women’s programmes.
Ensures elaboration and implementation of the UNJPGE publications strategy and plan based on the corporate publications policy, focusing on the achievement of the following results:
Identification and development of story lines for publications and substantive articles contributing to debates on key development issues;
Coordination and management of all UNJPGE events, publications and web activities, including content management, norms for photography, video production, publishing, design, liaison with printers and other suppliers to oversee production and supervision of publications dissemination;
Supervises the design and maintenance of the UNJPGE website and intranet focusing on the achievement of the following results:
Design and maintenance of the office websites based on corporate requirements in cooperation with relevant staff members;
Generation, preparation and editing of content for the web sites to ensure material is consistent and up to date.
Provides support for CO projects and events to boost visibility and awareness building focusing on the achievement of the following results:
Promotion and dissemination of corporate advocacy materials for launching flagship initiatives and publications with relevant staff members;
Promotion and maintenance of public information campaigns on UN Women activities;
Development of communication materials, including briefing materials and press releases, for UNJPGE events in coordination with relevant staff members;
Writing, editing and supervising translation of speeches and public statements for senior management and programme staff;
Preparation and dissemination of UNJPGE newsletter to donors, and other relevant partners to support projects;
Dissemination of communication materials and media mobilization through a regularly updated and populated contact database;
Support to corporate and donor reporting requirements;
Timely and effective responses to inquiries to media as well as for public information materials;
Arrange media briefings and trips to UN Women programme areas to explore new means of outreach;
Forging of a “One UN” image through acting as focal point for the organization and implementation of joint UN information campaigns with the UNCG.
Facilitates knowledge building and knowledge sharing for UNJPGE Staff and external groups focusing on the achievement of the following results:
Identification and synthesis of best practices and lessons learned directly linked to programme country goals and activities;
Contribute to knowledge networks and communities of practice including corporate communications repositories.
Provision of trainings for UNJPGE staff on communications for development;
Professional growth through active learning.
Management of digital media monitoring, archiving and dissemination system focusing on the achievement of the following results:
Identification of storylines for publications and articles contributing to debates on key development issues and addressing problematic coverage;
Technical supervision of translation/adaptation/rewriting of information received, and dissemination of press clippings and translated synopses to within, UNJPGE, CO and to HQ;
Maintaining and populating organized and searchable digital databases for text and images;
Compiling specialized media coverage press packages for projects/events as deemed necessary and planning dissemination to strategic target audiences.
Functional Competencies:      
Advocacy/Advancing a Policy-Oriented Agenda
Creates effective advocacy strategies;
Contributes to the elaboration of advocacy strategies by identifying and prioritizing audiences and communication means;
Uses the opportunity to bring forward and disseminate materials for advocacy work.
Building Strategic Partnerships
Sensitizes UN Partners, donors and other international organizations to UN Women’s strategic agenda, identifying areas for joint efforts;
Promotes UN Women’s agenda in inter-agency meetings.
Promoting Organizational Learning and Knowledge Sharing
Makes the case for innovative ideas documenting successes and building them into the design of new approaches
Identifies new approaches and strategies that promote the use of tools and mechanisms.
Job Knowledge/Technical Expertise
Continues to seeks new and improved methods and systems for accomplishing the work of the unit;
Keeps abreast of new developments in area of professional discipline and job knowledge and seeks to develop him/herself professionally;
Demonstrates comprehensive knowledge of information technology and applies it in work assignments;
Excellent English writing and editing skills and a demonstrated ability to clearly communicate development ideas and experiences.
Creating Visibility for UN Women/Supporting UN Womens Capacity to Advocate
Develops promotional activities based on monitoring/evaluation information identifying areas requiring higher visibility;
Develops messages for use by UN Women staff when working with partners, internationally and nationally;
Reviews documents and materials intended for use within and outside the organization in order to ensure consistency and validity of messages.
Global Leadership and Advocacy for UN Women’s Goals
Creates effective global advocacy messages/strategies;
Contributes to the elaboration of a global advocacy strategy by identifying and prioritizing audiences and message.
Core Competencies:
Promoting ethics and integrity, creating organizational precedents;
Building support and political acumen;
Building staff competence, creating an environment of creativity and innovation;
Building and promoting effective teams;
Creating and promoting enabling environment for open communication;
Creating an emotionally intelligent organization;
Leveraging conflict in the interests of UN Women standards;
Sharing knowledge across the organization and building a culture of knowledge sharing and learning. Promoting learning and knowledge management/sharing is the responsibility of each staff member.
Required Skills and Experience
Master's degree in communications development, media relations, journalism, publishing or related field.
5 years of relevant experience at the national or international level in public relations, communications or advocacy.

Urban Specialist job Vacancy in Uganda at the UN

Urban Specialist,
City Kampala,
Country Uganda
Category Administration
Organization UN
Closing Date: Thursday, 12 September 2013

Background / General description:
The World Bank Africa Region's Urban Development and Practice unit (AFTU1) and the Urban Development and Resilience unit (UDRUR) through Cities Alliance (CA) are working with the Government of Uganda (GoU) to support the urban development agenda in its National Development Plan (NDP). World Bank (IDA) through AFTU1 has on-going support for the Uganda urban sector through the Kampala Institutional and Infrastructure Development (KIID) project - for Kampala City, and the newly approved Uganda Support to Municipal Infrastructure Development (USMID) program using the new lending instrument - Program for Result (PforR) - for fourteen Municipal Local Governments (LGs). In addition, Cities Alliance has provided a grant under TF097675 & TF096260 to GoU that includes:
(i) support the formulation of a national urban policy and
(ii) the Transformation of Settlement of Urban Poor in Uganda (TSUPU) covering five municipal LGs. A further grant in support of strategic planning in the 14 municipalities (corresponding with USMID) will be awarded by the Cities Alliance from its new operational platform.
To support the growing urban programme within Uganda and to ensure synergy between the TSUPU initiatives and the USMID and KIID projects, CA/IDA requires the services of an Urban Specialist to be hired as an Extended Term Consultant (ETC) on a one year appointment (subject to renewal) to assist the implementation of CA/IDA funded urban programs in Uganda and to help facilitate the linkages between the various projects, communication between the partners, and reporting back to the Bank and Cities Alliance.
The ETC will provide assistance to the AFTU1 staff in the Uganda Country Office in respect of the implementation of the CA and World Bank funded projects/Program specifically and generally to ensure synergy between the various interventions, compliance with projects/Program legal agreements and achievements of the intended development objectives. The consultant will report to the Task Team Leader (TTL) of the USMID (AFTU1) in the Uganda Country Office, and liaise as requested with the Cities Alliance programme through UDRUR staff in Washington.
Duties and Accountabilities:
The key tasks of the consultant will include the following:
Assist in the implementation of the TSUPU project and USMID Program by providing technical back-stopping support to the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development (MoLHUD).
Review quarterly progress reports of Projects/Program implementation and draw the attention of the AFTU1 staff in the Country office on key issues which require action or management attention.
Participate in all professional aspects of the projects/Program which include, inter alia, review of consultants' reports, documenting key project milestones/outputs, and drafting of project/Program briefs.
Ensure consistency between financial/cost projections against the proposed procurement plan;
Ensure compliance with legal agreements governing the implementation of Projects/Program;
Participate in and provide support for joint Bank/CA Projects/Program implementation support missions (ISM), including field visits to engage with LG officials and the communities to assess projects/Program impact on the ground.

Volunteer, Malaria Case Management Analyst in Uganda at Clinton Health Access Initiative

Job Title Volunteer, Malaria Case Management Analyst
Country Uganda
City Kampala
 Organization Clinton Health Access Initiative
 Closing date: 31 Oct 2013

Malaria is one of the leading causes of illness, death, and lost economic productivity in sub-Saharan Africa. While the scale-up of malaria control efforts has in many places resulted in significant reductions of malaria morbidity and mortality rates, malaria still claimed an estimated 660,000 lives in 2010. The majority of these deaths were among children under-five and pregnant women[1]. Continuing to reduce the burden of disease will require further increases in access to critical prevention tools, such as insecticide-treated nets, and increasing access to and uptake of high-quality diagnostic tests and treatments. In most sub-Saharan African countries, less than 20%[2] of people with suspected malaria receive a laboratory-confirmed diagnosis and less than 50%[3] of those receiving an antimalarial for uncomplicated malaria use a recommended artemisinin-based combination therapy (ACT)[4].

To achieve the Roll Back Malaria (RBM) Partnership’s[5] goal of near zero-deaths from malaria by 2015, the key barriers that restrict access to recommended diagnostics and treatments for malaria must be overcome. Not only will this dramatically reduce the number of malaria-related deaths in the immediate future, it will also move countries towards elimination of the disease in the long run. The Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) work will focus on activities that achieve the greatest possible impact in terms of reducing malaria mortality and attaining value for money. There is growing consensus that for greater health impact, cost-effective management of malaria, and accurate understanding of true burden – which enables better planning and resource allocation – public health interventions should focus on improving fever case management, including access to both malaria diagnosis and treatment.

To date, CHAI’s work in malaria case management has focused on increasing access to and use of the most effective, quality assured malaria drugs – artemisinin-based combination therapies (ACTs). Since the beginning of 2009, CHAI provided technical assistance to countries participating in the Affordable Medicines Facility-malaria (AMFm), a manufacturer-level subsidy designed to dramatically increase access to ACTs across all sectors where patients seek treatment. During the two-year pilot, prices of ACTs decreased and access increased substantially[6]. In addition to making the most effective treatment for malaria accessible and affordable, CHAI is also working with Ministries of Health across a number of countries to rapidly scale up malaria rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) to improve health outcomes and achieve greater value-for-money on RDT and ACT investments. CHAI’s efforts include piloting innovative methods to increase access to confirmatory malaria diagnosis to ensure that every person treated for malaria receives a confirmatory diagnosis. These activities include negotiating low prices for RDTs at the global manufacturer level, assessing the feasibility of expanding access to RDTs across all sectors, and testing training and mentorship models to increase use of and adherence to RDTs results. CHAI aims to use this portfolio to influence policy to make diagnostic tools widely available and accepted. Looking forward, CHAI will continue to prioritize high-impact interventions by supporting countries to develop and implement malaria treatment and diagnosis strategies, create robust forecasts for ACTs and RDTs, and gather market intelligence in an effort to build a healthy, sustainable market for ACTs and RDTs.

[1] World Malaria Report,2012.

[2] World Malaria Report, 2011

[3] ACT Watch, 2011, http://www.malariajournal.com/content/10/1/327

[4] Based on 4.2 million vials procured in 2012 of a CHAI calculated 50 million vials to treat all cases

[5] http://www.rollbackmalaria.org/rbmmandate.html

[6] ACTWatch Household Surveys and select AMFm OR projects Responsibilities:

The Malaria Case Management Analyst will be responsible for supporting CHAI’s efforts to increase access to and uptake of ACTs and RDTs. In addition, the Analyst will support CHAI’s malaria diagnosis operational research projects in Cameroon, Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania to rapidly scaling up RDTs in Uganda and Cameroon’s public sectors to improve health outcomes and achieve greater value-for-money on RDT and ACT investments, and in Kenya and Tanzania to help spark the uptake of RDTs in the private sector through both supply and demand side interventions. The Analyst must be able to function independently in a fast-paced environment, demonstrate critical thinking amidst ambiguity, and have a strong commitment to excellence. The position will be based in Kampala, Uganda, with limited travel to regional focal countries.

Main Tasks and Responsibilities:

• In CHAI malaria diagnosis focal countries where operational research is being carried out, provide remote and in-country support to CHAI’s country offices to establish a critical evidence base of best practices for introducing and scaling up RDTs: • Gather information on related diagnosis and fever management issues from primary and secondary sources, including writing short literature reviews and liaising with global technical experts as needed. • Support the development, implementation and dissemination of projects to test new approaches to improving uptake and adherence to RDTs, including assisting with writing concept notes, protocols, survey tools, and with overall survey implementation and interventions (e.g. training, mentorship). • Help assist with planning and executing demand generation campaigns that aim to modify treatment seeking behavior for fever illness. • Contribute toward information gathering and documentation of programmatic best practices and lessons learned for scale up of malaria diagnosis for national and global audiences. • In CHAI focal countries, support teams to increase access to and appropriate use of malaria diagnosis tools and treatment: • Provide countries with general management support and carry out critical analyses for malaria case management strategic planning processes. • Support countries to apply for funding to implement their case management strategies.


Qualities Required:

• Bachelor’s/tertiary degree and at least 1 year of professional experience after university graduation; • Exceptional problem solving skills; • Excellent qualitative analytical capabilities; • Strong quantitative capabilities; • Strong written and oral communication skills, in particular the ability to work independently in unstructured settings, and communicate effectively within a remote, decentralized team; • Strong organizational skills; • Ability to multi-task and to be effective in high-pressure situations; • Ability to absorb and synthesize a broad range of information; and, • High level of proficiency in relevant computer applications, particularly Excel, PowerPoint and Word.


• Experience in public health; social science / epidemiological field research a plus; • Experience living and working in Africa and/or developing countries; and, • Experience or training in research: developing survey tools, managing data collection, overseeing contractors, leading analysis.

How to apply:
Please apply directly here: https://careers-chai.icims.com/jobs/3702/volunteer%2c-malaria-case-manag...

National Design, Monitoring and Evaluation Manager - World Vision Uganda

Job Title National Design, Monitoring and Evaluation Manager
Country Uganda
City Kampala
Category Management
Organization World Vision
Closing date: 06 Sep 2013

World Vision Uganda is a Christian Relief, Development and Advocacy Non-Government Organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. We currently work in over 40 districts in Uganda. World Vision is committed to the protection of children and we will not employ people whose background is not suitable for working with children. All employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of all applicable background checks, including criminal record checks where possible. “Our Vision for every child, Life in all its fullness. Our prayer for every Heart, the will to make it so.” We are now seeking for qualified persons willing to share in our vision

Purpose of the position: To provide leadership and coordination in the design, documentation, monitoring, and evaluation of World Vision Uganda activities and all supported programs.

Key Responsibilities

• Provide proactive and clear functional leadership across WVU for development and full coordination of all DM&E events, practices, and learning and DME personnel.
• Develop full, effective cross-functional working relationships for DM&E and other functions/sectors.
• Participate effectively with DM&E networks, practitioners and learning/research institutions to access, research, evaluate and promote the best available external practices and resources in DM&E.

Finance manger job Vacancy in Uganda at Safer world

Job Title Finance manger
Country Uganda
City Kampala
Category Management

Safer world is an independent non-governmental organization that works with civil society, governments and international organization to prevent and reduce violent conflict and promote cooperative approaches to security

Although saferworld has been developing analysis and advocacy work on conflict and security issues relevant to the region based on the premise that many of the region’s countries long term peace and development can depend on the peace and stability of its neighbours. As part of this approach, saferwolrd has established a new programme of work on sudan based out of saferworlds office in Kampala

He /she leads on all aspects of financial management, system development and line management of financial staff for the Kampala office, as well as providing support and capacity building to staff within saferworld and key partner organizations. The successful candidate will have a minimum of 5 years experience in an NGO setting ,a recognized accounting qualification ( CIMA, ACCA etc) and experience of managing a variety of different funds, including but not limited

Regional Project Coordinators in Uganda at Saferworld Uganda

Job Title Regional Project Coordinators

Country Uganda
City Kampala
Category management
Closing date 1st 09 2013
Organization  Saferworld

Safer world is an independent non-governmental organization that works with civil society, governments and international organization to prevent and reduce violent conflict and promote cooperative approaches to security

Although Saferworld has been developing analysis and advocacy work on conflict and security issues relevant to the region based on the premise that many of the region’s countries long term peace and development can depend on the peace and stability of its neighbours. As part of this approach, saferwolrd has established a new programme of work on sudan based out of saferworlds office in Kampala

He/she will implement a variety of activates within the programme including but not limited to research, training, partner liaison and advocacy. successful candidates will have at least 3 years relevant experience of NGO project implementation and an in-depth knowledge of conflict issues in Sudan. She/he will also have a Masters degree in conflict transformation or a related filed or equivalent experience and strong Abric skills ar desirable.

How to apply http://www.saferworld.org.uk/smartweb/about/jobs

Country Programme Manager Uganda job vacancy at Saferworld

Job Title Country Programme Manager

Country Uganda
City Kampala
Category Management
Closing date  1st 09 2013
Organization saferworld

Safer world is an independent non-governmental organization that works with civil society, governments and international organization to prevent and reduce violent conflict and promote cooperative approaches to security

Although saferworld has been developing analysis and advocacy work on conflict and security issues relevant to the region based on the premise that many of the region’s countries long term peace and development can depend on the peace and stability of its neighbors. As part of this approach, saferwolrd has established a new programme of work on sudan based out of saferworlds office in Kampala

The Kenya Ophthalmic Programme (KOP) Strategic Evaluators

Sightsavers is looking for external evaluators to conduct a strategic evaluation of its Kenya Ophthalmic Programme (KOP) and is calling for an expression of interest to undertake the evaluation.

The KOP started in the 1960’s and has undergone various transformation stages. An internal review of the program undertaken in 2008 recommended a change in approach paving way for a new program design covering the period 2009-2013. This phase of the KOP was funded to the tune of £249,374.69 and commenced operations in July 2009. The projects main target group is people suffering from any form of eye ailment in 2 select regions in Kenya. KOP’s goal is to demonstrate an effective district eye-health approach that is well-aligned into the health systems

The KOP was designed as a demonstration project for quality service delivery for various eye-ailments. This evaluation is therefore intended to draw what, if anything, has worked/not work in the demonstration. The evaluators will be guided by specific evaluation questions from the Sightsavers Program Evaluation Criteria, to which the evaluator(s)/team is expected to conform.

The evaluation is expected to take place between: October 2013 and November 2013, with field work/data collection commencing no later than 4 November. The final report should be available no later than 29 November 2013.

The lead evaluator should have as a minimum the following core competencies: an advanced degree in public health coupled with at least 5 years of practical experience, possess demonstrable skills in Strategic Planning, Project Design & Management including Monitoring and Evaluation. In addition, the lead consultant should be well-versed with institutional and project delivery assessment, organisational development and capacity building.

Comprehensive understanding of public health policy (national and global) and demonstrate good understanding of health systems strengthening and financing in developing countries will be an advantage. He/she should have practical experience of conducting medium to large scale evaluations.

Health and Nutrition Programme Manager Job Vacancy in Kenya

City : Marsabit
Country Kenya
Organization Concern Worldwide
Closing date: 08 Sep 2013

The Health & Nutrition Programme Manager will provide the overall coordination and managerial support to the program including strong conceptual, programmatic direction and technical support to the program team as per annual plan and USAID guidelines

MSc in Public Health
At least 3 years’ experience in Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition in both development and emergency contexts
Two years’ experience in a managerial position
Excellent networking, partnering and coordination skills with both local and other International PBOs, Ministry of Health, UN and other relevant government agencies
Good understanding of cross cutting issues-Gender, HIV/AIDS, DRR etc. and how to integrate them into public health and nutrition programmes

Data Quality Assessment Trainer/Advisor,in Kenya at MSI

Job Title Data Quality Assessment Trainer/Advisor,
Country Kenya
City Nairobi
Category IT
Organization MSI

Company Profile: MSI is a Washington, D.C.-based international development firm providing specialized short- and long-term technical assistance. Since its 1981 founding, MSI has grown in size and technical scope, now implementing and managing more than 70 projects worldwide. More than 30 are long-term, many in conflict-prone or fragile states that include Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Today, our range of technical expertise includes analytical and field projects in democracy and governance, economic growth, strategic planning, organizational capacity building, health and the justice sector. MSI focuses on helping our local partners foster progress, manage change and improve the effectiveness of development assistance. We expanded our global footprint in 2008 by becoming part of Coffey, a leading geoscience, international development and project management firm, and a publicly traded company on the Australian Stock Exchange. Alongside Coffey, MSI has corporate offices in 17 countries. Together, MSI and Coffey employ more than 1,400 professionals worldwide. For more information on MSI, please visit our website at www.msiworldwide.com.

World Vision Uganda Job opportunities in Uganda

World Vision Uganda is Christian Relief, Development and Advocacy Non-Governmental Organization dedicated to working with children,families and communities to over come poverty and injustice. We currently work in over 40 districts in Uganda. World Vision is committed to the protection of children and we will not employ people whose background is not suitable for working with children. All employment is conditional upon the successful completion of all applicable background checks, including criminal records checks where possible. We are seeking for qualified persons willing to share in our vision to join the team in the following positions

Associate Director, Health and HIV/AIDS
Regional Coordinator. advocacy
Regional Coordinator (WASH)
Project officer Livelihood

The Details of the jobs above and how to apply can be accessed from our Website http://wvi.org/uganda/jobs

Deadline for receiving applications is 30th 08 2013

Records Officer Job Vacancy in Uganda at Centenary Bank

Job Title Records Officer

Country Uganda
City Kampala
Category Management
Closing Date 30th 08 2013
Organization Centenary Bank

Centenary bank is the leading commercial Micro Finance Bank in Uganda serving over 1300,000 clients (a quarter of the banking population in 58 branches spread country wide. The bank is process of identifying competent individuals to fill the above position

Open allocate references numbers and maintain an updated register of the files inventory in line with the Banks record management policy
Sort register classify and file records in line with the Bank Record Management Policy
Receive and dispatch outgoing mail/documents files per the policy and best practice
Carry out file weeding exercise and update the dormant and or archives section as per existing guidelines regulations and best practice
File correspondence keep safe custody of records and organize registers in line with the Banks policy

Living Water International Uganda – Country Director in Uganda

Job Title Country Director
Country Uganda
City Kampala
Category Administration
Organization Living Water International Uganda
Closing Date 6th September 2013

Living Water International (LWI) exists to demonstrate the love of God by helping communities acquire desperately needed clean water and experience “living water” – the gospel of Jesus Christ – which alone satisfies the deepest thirst. Living Water is providing safe drinking water, Christian Witness, Sanitation and hygiene education to communities across Africa.

  Provide Strategic direction implement the Country Strategy according to LWI strategic processes and operating standards. Maintain an annual operating plan against which all program actives are measured and ensure alignment to LWI regional and global strategy.
  Develop Funding Initiatives promote the needs of the country specific funding requirements and maintain good relationships with in country representatives of funders, establish collaborative relationships including with local churches to determine project needs.