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Monday 11 November 2013

Volunteer Education Officer - Africa Development Corps

Job Title Volunteer Education Officer
Recruiter Africa Development Corps
City Kampala
Country Uganda
Closing date: 25 Nov 2013

-December 2013 to November 2014 – start date to be determined (1 year initially, renewable based upon satisfactory performance). -The Position is an International Supported Volunteer position (SV). SV will receive US$350 monthly living stipend, basic medical insurance and accommodation in the VIA Guesthouse in Kampala. -Supported Volunteers are responsible for their airfare to and from Uganda.

Background: Africa Development Corps (ADC), formerly known as Visions in Action, is an international NGO based out of Washington DC, working in relief and development throughout Africa. Over the past 23 years we have been involved in the implementation of a wide range of humanitarian activities in countries such as Uganda, Tanzania, South Africa and Liberia. In particular, ADC has implemented development and relief programs in the areas of HIV/AIDS, education, youth development and food security. Our current programming in Uganda focuses upon book distribution, library construction and teacher training in rural areas. The program aims to facilitate pupil’s transition from learning in local languages to learning in English. We do this, firstly and foremost, by providing new English textbooks received from donors to schools throughout Uganda. Also, we aim to foster a culture of reading in individual villages and communities, as well as train teachers on how to establish and run school libraries.

Program Manager - (WASH) Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

Job Title Program Manager
Recruiter - (WASH) Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
Closing date: 31 Dec 2013
Location: Lira, Uganda
Duration: 1 year with probationary period of 3 Months
Reports to: Country Director

Organizational Background: International Lifeline Fund (Lifeline) is an innovative humanitarian development organization dedicated to providing clean drinking water and fuel-efficient, clean cooking stoves to communities in Africa and Haiti. Lifeline has a bottom-up philosophy to development, encourages its staff to be entrepreneurial and proactive in their approach to finding solutions, and has a flexible, low-cost approach to operations. Lifeline’s vision is a world in which no one is forced to drink contaminated water or expose themselves to the harms associated with cooking on an open fire.

Position Description: The WASH Program Manager (PM) will be responsible for implementing Lifeline’s WASH program in accordance with the Lifeline Uganda’s country strategy and donor requirements. The WASH PM will be responsible for maintaining the current high standards of Lifeline’s WASH program, and will be expected to identify and improve operations as necessary. The WASH PM will be responsible for ensuring that all the necessary programmatic documents, including project proposals and budget, technical needs assessments and baseline surveys, technical specifications and designs, implementation modality guidance documents and protocols, and monitoring tools are established and implemented according to WASH program best practices. The WASH PM will manage a large WASH team, and will take responsibility to optimize their operations. Moreover, the WASH PM will be responsible for integrating “soft” interventions, especially improved sanitation and also hygiene, into Lifeline’s current WASH operations.

Volunteer with Habitat for Humanity Uganda with the Communications Team!

Job Title Volunteer
Recruiter Habitat for Humanity Uganda
City Kampala
Country Uganda
 Closing date: 31 Dec 2013

Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI) is seeking an enthusiastic and skilled individual to support the communications team as a volunteer with Habitat for Humanity Uganda. The Communications Volunteer will assist with the communications efforts of Habitat for Humanity Uganda (including marketing, advertising and public relations) as well as various projects and events for related initiatives. The assignment components are somewhat flexible and Habitat for Humanity Uganda will work with the individual selected to design the objectives and outcomes for the period of service.

This assignment is expected to last for 6-12 months and will be located in Kampala, Uganda at the national office for Habitat for Humanity Uganda.


*Write public service announcements, press releases, e-newsletters, communication plans and letters. *Design flyers, graphics, E-vites and other marketing material for major events hosted by Habitat for Humanity Uganda. *Prepare content for Habitat for Humanity Uganda websites. *Communicate the mission of Habitat for Humanity Uganda, and work to community organizations, the general public and donors. *Collaborate with staff on new ideas, directions, and venues for marketing and communications. *Initiate or follow-up on outreach attempts with media professionals. *Produce stories, photographs and information for use in Habitat for Humanity International publications. *Assist with photo and video opportunities. *Work with programs to develop story concepts for the media. *Maintain files and prepare written recommendations for future projects. *Undertake other projects within the realm of communications. *Write compelling grant proposals seeking funding for Habitat for Humanity Uganda.

Economic Evaluation of the m2m/STAR EC Mentor Mother Model in Uganda

Job Title Economic Evaluation
Recruiter m2m
City Kampala
Country Uganda
Closing date: 29 Nov 2013

Evaluating the outcomes and impact of the m2m “Mentor Mother Model” as implemented under the USAID-funded STAR-EC programme in Uganda, and determining the cost-benefit of scaling up the model and standard-of-care nationally. Founded in South Africa in 2001, mothers2mothers (m2m) is a partner in the United Nations’ Global Plan towards the Elimination of New HIV Infections among Children by 2015 and Keeping their Mothers Alive. m2m believes in the power of women to eliminate paediatric AIDS and create health and hope for themselves and their babies, families, and communities. m2m Uganda is one of m2m’s newest programmes, having launched in June 2010 as a sub-partner in JSI’s STAR-EC. Strengthening TB and HIV & AIDS Response in East Central Uganda (STAR-EC) is a six year, district based initiative funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and implemented by a consortium of five partners that include JSI Research and Training Institute, Inc. (JSI) as the prime partner, with mothers2mothers as one of four sub-partners.

Program Director Vacancy - Mango Tree Uganda

Job title: Program Director
Recruiter Mango Tree Uganda
Country: Uganda
 Location: Lira
Job category: Project/Program Management
Required IT skills: MS Office (in general)
Minimum degree: Bachelors degree
Closing date: November 30, 2013 - 10am

Since 2010, we are implementing an early literacy program in Lango sub region. As we are greatly up scaling the program including many schools and stakeholders, we are looking for a highly motivated and experienced Programme Director. You will be based in Lira, with frequent travel into the region and Kampala. You will be reporting directly to the Executive Director. Start Date is December 1st, 2013, and contract duration is for three years, with a probation period of six months.
Job Overview
The PD will oversee Mango Tree’s Northern Uganda Literacy Program (NULP) in the Lango Sub-region. The PD will be directly responsible for the planning, organization and execution of all program activities. The PD will ensure that the program is administered properly and that the activities, budget and schedule of the program are followed and that the best results possible are attained.

The PD will be a pro-active member of the Mango Tree management team and an active participant in trainings and material and tools development. The PD will work with the Creative Director and Executive Director (ED) to develop synergies between the various elements of NULP and Mango Tree as a whole.
The PD will play a significant role in fundraising for NULP by communicating with potential funders/donors and coordinating the submission of grant proposals and other fundraising documents. The PD will work hand-in-hand with the lead grant writer for Mango Tree and other grant writers to ensure that submissions are of the highest quality and are made on time. The PD will participate in strategic meetings with funders/donors and will make presentations as necessary. The PD will also function as the primary public representative for NULP and will be called upon to speak on behalf of Mango Tree at events and forums relevant to NULP.

Design Artist Job Vacancy -Mango Tree

Job title: Design Artist
Recruiter Mango Tree
Employment type: Part time
Country: Uganda
Location: Kampala
Closing date: November 1, 2013 - 5pm

Mango Tree Educational Enterprises (Mango Tree), is a private limited company registered in Uganda. Since 2000, Mango Tree develops innovative, interactive education materials and low-literacy communication tools that utilize best education and communication practices. Our clients mostly comprise of Government institutes, NGO's and Multilateral Organizations. Mango Tree aspires to be a model for a socially responsible business in Uganda, exemplified in our shareholder employee scheme, efficient management that empowers employees, financial sustainability and accountability, and the use of local, recyclable materials where possible.
Mango Tree has offices in Lira and Kampala and presently has a vacancy for the position of:

The Design Artist develops educational and communication tools for Mango Tree clients, which are creative, meaningful and visual appealing. Our Designers work in close collaboration with our Illustrators and the Project Manager of the respective project. You will report directly to the Design Manager. Our ideal candidate is skilled in both design and illustration works, is creative, has an eye for detail, ensures quality at all times and works efficiently.


 Location: kampala
Job category: Sales/Business Development
Required IT skills: MS Office (in general)
Minimum degree: Bachelors degree
Closing date: November 20, 2013

Africa Internet Holding is the leading internet group of Africa with already over 1,000 employees in 10 african countries and huge successes such as Jumia.com, Kaymu.com, Hellofood.com, Vamido.com, Carmido.com and Jovago.com. As a part of Rocket Internet, (http://www.rocket-internet.com), the world’s largest incubator, we are proud to announce the launch of Kaymu (www.kaymu.com) in UGANDA.

We are seeking Sales Representatives for our newest venture, offering a great experience in a fast-growing environment. A successful candidate for this position should meet the following requirements:
- Bachelor studies in a business field ,
- Proficient business English ,
- Proficient use of Gmail, functional knowledge of MS Office,
- Native fluency in the national language,

Online research work Jobs in Uganda at MMS Computer Support

5 Online researcher required Home based

Computer Training and online jobs
Job title: Online research work
Recruiter MMS Computer Support
Employment type: Full time
Country: Uganda
 Location: Kampala
Job category: Editorial/Writing
Required IT skills: MS Word
Minimum degree: Certificate
Salary level: 200,000-300,000
Closing date: December 24, 2013 - 6pm

This is Online Research job.
Training is provided
Please do not apply if you have a day job.

M&E Manager jobs Vacancy in Uganda at Northern Uganda Literacy Programme

Job title: M&E Manager
Organization Northern Uganda Literacy Programme
Employment type: Full time
Country: Uganda
City Lira
Job category: Project/Program Management
Closing date: November 30, 2013 - 11am

Job Overview
The M&E Manager is responsible for developing monitoring and evaluation strategies, frameworks, tools and theory of change documents for Mango Tree’s Northern Uganda Literacy Program (NULP), as well as overseeing the team of people (both staff and consultants) implementing them in the field. The M&E Manager is responsible for designing and continually updating a database to track program outputs and results against the indicators and outcomes identified in project documents, including M&E tools.
The M&E Manager is responsible for aligning the NULP’s projects under a single, robust monitoring framework and theory of change matrix. He/she is also responsible for developing and implementing specific M&E data collection and monitoring processes for the Program. The M&E Manager is responsible for maintaining project and program M&E frameworks and other relevant documents. The M&E Manager is also responsible for reporting on progress to outputs and outcomes throughout the project to the

Project Officer opportunity at Ministry of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives Uganda

Job title:  Project Officer
Organization Ministry of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives
Country: Uganda
City Kampala
Job category: Project/Program Management
Closing date: November 18, 2013 - 5pm

The Program Officer will be responsible for the coordination of the day-to-day activities of the program and ensure efficient and effective reporting of the overall program implementation progress. He or she will provide technical support in Monitoring and Evaluation of Project activities; including provision of regular debriefing updates to the management as and when required.