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Friday 29 November 2013

Several Vacancies in Uganda at Uganda Management Institute

Job Title:  Lecturer in Business Administration (2 Vacancies), Lecturer in Public Administration-(2 Vacancies and 1 Lecturer in Public Procurement (5 Job Opportunities)
Organisation: Uganda Management Institute (UMI)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Salary Scale:           UM 4a
Reports to:            Respective Heads of Department

About UMI:
Uganda Management Institute (UMI) is a Management Development Institution with a mission “To Excel in Developing Practical and Sustainable Administration, Leadership and Management Capacity”.  It provides management training, consultancy and research services in response to the demands of the public, private, and NGO sectors.  In addition to short performance improvement management skills development courses, the Institute offers high quality career development management courses at Certificate, Diploma, Postgraduate Diploma and Higher Degree Levels.  The Institute’s activities are currently carried out at the main campus in Kampala and its Outreach Centers in Mbarara, Gulu and Mbale.

Key Duties
Developing high quality graduate-level training programmes
Marketing UMI training programmes
Developing world-class training materials and case studies
Facilitating on training programmes of the Institute

Laboratory Technician - Hope Sharing Family (HOSFA) Uganda

Job Title:  Laboratory Technician
Organisation:  Hope Sharing Family (HOSFA)
Duty Station: Mityana,
Country  Uganda
Reports to: Senior Medical Officer

About HOSFA:
Hope Sharing Family (HOSFA) is a not- for- profit Organisation established in 1993 with a mission of contributing to a process where the deprived have access to basic human needs and promote self sustenance. HOSFA provides health services through its Medical Department- St. Francis Health Centre IV in Mityana district. HOSFA is undertaking a ONE year project" Human Resources for Health support for recruitment" with support of MildMay Uganda. The project aims at increasing availability of skilled health workers in Uganda's Health system to deliver quality HIV/AIDS services.

The Laboratory Technician should hold a diploma in medical laboratory technology from a recognised institution
A minimum of two years working experience in a busy diagnostic or research laboratory environment.
Hold evidence of prior training in relevant techniques will be an added advantage.