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Monday 7 April 2014

Clinical Officer - Faith Mulira Health Care Centre Uganda

Vacancy Clinical Officer
Organisation: Faith Mulira Health Care Centre
Duty Station: Kampala,
Country Uganda
Job ID: 289

About Us:
Aikan HR Consultants seek to recruit for their valuable client, a not for profit community based health care provider- Faith Mulira Health Care Centre.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Offer health care treatment to patients in compliance to the acceptable medical standards.
Participate in the Centres’ out- reach programs.
Participate in the Centres' health education programs.

The best candidate must possess a Diploma in Clinical Medicine and Community Health or its equivalent from a recognized Institution.
Registered with the Allied Health Professionals Council.

Finance Business Partner - Barclays Bank Uganda

Vacancy: Finance Business Partner - Retail BA4 - 00154354
Recruiting Organisation: Barclays Bank
Duty Station:Kampala,
Reports to: Head of Business Performance & Analytics

About Barclays Africa:
Barclays Africa encompasses Barclays Global Retail Banking, Corporate Banking, and Barclaycard operations in 10 countries organised in four geographic areas: North Africa (Egypt), East and West Africa (Ghana, Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya),  Southern Africa (Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe), and Indian Ocean (Mauritius and Seychelles).

Barclays Africa serves its 2.8m customers through a network of 573 branches and service centres providing a variety of traditional financial products including retail mortgages, current and deposit accounts, commercial lending, unsecured lending, credit cards, treasury and investments.

Job Summary: The Finance Business Partner - Retail will serve as a member of the Barclays Bank Uganda (BBU) Finance team and will be primarily responsible for managing the business performance reporting of the Retail function to support the delivery of business financial targets and acts as points of contact for Business People covering the Retail Function.

Senior Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor - Management Sciences for Health (MSH) Uganda

Vacancy : Senior Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor
Recruiting Organisation: Management Sciences for Health (MSH)
Funding Source: USAID
Duty Station:  Kampala,
Country: Uganda
Reports to: Chief of Party
Job ID: 13-7418

About MSH:
Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is an international non-profit, public health organisation with headquarters in USA, whose purpose is to strengthen health programs worldwide.

Job Summary: The Senior Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor works closely with the CoP and the Technical Advisors to ensure the development and implementation of the performance management plan (PMP) as well as program indicators necessary to track program targets and objectives. H/She also supports the MoH and other relevant stakeholders to establish adequate national supply chain indicators and works with the Technical Advisors to ensure that developed information system tools adequately capture these indicators. H/She oversees the tracking, analysis, interpretation and utilization of all program data as well as the compilation of program quarterly and annual reports. The Advisor reviews and analyzes data and helps ensure their dissemination and utilization. In coordination with other staff, the Advisor contributes to the development of the research agenda and provides leadership in the analysis and use of research results and findings. The Senior M&E advisor must be well acquainted and hand on experience with USAID M&E procedures and practices and have knowledge and experience of logistic and supply chain management indicators. The M&E will assist in the design and implementation of impact assessments in regards to pharmaceuticals and supply chain management. The Advisor provides these efforts in a participatory and inclusive manner. In carrying out these responsibilities, s/he establishes, nurtures, and maintains strong working relationships with a wide range of players with varied perspectives.

Programme Coordinator - Communications - WaterAid in Uganda (WAU) Uganda

Vacancy: Programme Coordinator - Communications
Recruiting Organization: WaterAid in Uganda (WAU)
Duty Station: Kampala,
Country Uganda
Reports to: Head of Programme Effectiveness

Job Summary: The Programe Coordinator – Communication will plays a key role in the Media, Public Communication, Documentation and Dissemination of WAU’s (WaterAid Uganda) best operating practices, key learnings and development to enhance visibility, amongst the development sector and to the WASH partners (both governmental and civil society organizations). The primary responsibility of this role is to systematically capture and disseminate case studies, best practices, reports, newsletters, photo shoots, portraying WaterAid’s and  the respective partners work in the achievement of the organization’s objectives.  The incumbent is part of the team responsible for enhancing the scale and quality of WaterAid’s programme.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Proactively and creatively promoting the vision of WaterAid through raising WAU and its partner’s visibility i.e. improve the organization’s profile and promote changes of key social & economic issues identified by WAU’s work in the sector.
Design and develop strategies for discrete areas of communications, e.g. dissemination plan for a publication or a media plan around an event, identify key messages, objectives, target audiences etc.
Promote understanding and regular update of the WASH sector and other development issues within WAU and its partners. Develop regular newsletters for all WAU and sector related activities, manage all updates both locally and internationally. This will also involve the management of the WAU page on WaterAid’s, “The Source” website.

Field Operations Manager - Technical Service Manager - NFT Consult Uganda

Vacancy: Field Operations Manager - Technical Service Manager
Recruiting Organisation: NFT Consult
Duty Station: Kampala,
Country Uganda

About NFT:
NFT Consult, a leading HR Consultancy firm whose Human Resource Solutions are customer tailored per industry requirements and are geared towards increased cost savings, process improvement leading to improved efficiency and effectiveness yet simultaneously strengthening quality and control of resources.

Key Duties:
Responsible for Site Management
Site survey and data verification/collection.
Defining site preparation requirements
Assists with new site turn up and development. Tasks may include resource planning, cost estimates and adherence to set deliverables.
Ensuring PM (Planned Maintenance) are executed as per the plan and that they are carried out expeditiously
Development of the route plan for the field teams
Follow-up on all the escalations in making sure that they are executed within the SLA and customer expectations

Human Resources for Health Policy and Planning Team Leader - IntraHealth International Uganda

Vacancy: Human Resources for Health Policy and Planning Team Leader
Recruiting Organisation: IntraHealth International
Duty Station: Kampala,
Country Uganda
Funding Source: USAID
Requisition Number: 14-0018

Job Summary: The IntraHealth Human Resources for Health (HRH) Policy and Planning Team Leader will be mainly responsible for developing the overall framework and action plan for change to policy improvements in human resource systems. This framework will be geared to the legal, regulatory, and policy barriers at all levels of a country system, and thereby improve national workforce assessment, planning, and deployment. The HRH Policy and Planning Team Leader will monitor team progress to ensure adherence to overall goals and objectives and assist team members in the development of strategies and outcomes specific to policy analysis, advocacy and policy implementation.

The HRH Policy and Planning Team Leader will work directly with the Ministry of Health (MoH) and other relevant ministries and the districts to provide technical assistance in the areas of policy analysis, review and development; strategic human resources planning, including health workforce projection, action planning; and costing S/he will lead and provide technical support for activities in developing capacities for human resource policy development, planning and systems strengthening in the health sector. S/he will apply her/his extensive knowledge of the health sector planning primarily to work at the national and district levels.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Steer the development of IntraHealth’s strategy for HRH policy and planning that reflects national strategies and supports capacity building at all levels of the MoH and relevant ministries.
Provide technical leadership in sharing and developing new and improved strategies, tools and interventions for improved human resources planning, availability and productivity and in documenting evidence of success and/or challenges of the interventions.
Identify key issues and constraints that can be overcome by policy, legislative or other initiatives, working in collaboration with MoH and district health agencies.
Develop short and long-range plans and funding priorities with MoH and others to improve health care workers’ work environment.
Build local professional capacity and expertise in human resources planning and personnel policies and develop innovative strategies for building this local capacity at national and district levels.
Work closely with staff and partners, support counterparts to identify the need for policy changes through policy forums, policy analysis and review of model policies in public/private sectors.
Technically support development and implementation of career ladders for all professional cadres.
Advocate for and support the development and implementation of effective health workforce planning and performance systems.
Effectively increase the capacity of key stakeholders to advocate for supportive policies, alliances, and networks.
Build capacity in the training institutions for leadership and management training.
Supervise data collection, data analysis, report writing and determinations of findings.
Manage direct staff and manage team of staff assigned under the HRH Policy and Planning Team.
Organize and lead work teams for assigned activities, including preparing budgets, tracking expenditures, and ensuring work is high-quality and proceeds according to plans, timelines and on budget.
Create and strengthen linkages with relevant partners such as the MoH, Ministry of Finance, the World Bank and others to encourage complementarity and synergy in the investments in HRH in Uganda.

The ideal candidate must possess a Master’s degree in HR Planning/ Management or similarly relevant degree
Additional degree in International Health or Public Health preferred.

Programme Manager - STIR Education Uganda

Vacancy: Programme Manager
Recruiting Organisation: STIR Education
Project Funding Source: ARK, DFID and British Council
Duty Station: Kampala,
Country Uganda

STIR Education is based on the belief that the most effective method of change is to build on what the best teachers and schools. As such, we are creating a movement of Teacher Changemakers.

Having completed a successful pilot project in India (with the support of ARK, the British Council and DFID), we are now testing the STIR model in Uganda, where we are training and supporting a strong group of partner organisations (including PEAS, Educate!, Volunteer Uganda and Build Africa) to embed the Teacher Changemaker approach into their existing programmes and school networks.

Job Summary: The STIR Education Programme Manager will work closely with our existing Programme Manager, and Uganda Programme Head to support our partners in delivering STIR's model and ensuring the pilot is implemented effectively.

Key Duties:
Build, nurture, grow and maintain relationships with partner field coordinators such that they remain committed to working in partnership with STIR after the pilot
Work closely with partner field coordinators to share learning about how STIR is working in Uganda and different contexts within Uganda
Technically support the STIR central team and Programme Head to plan training for Education Leaders
Offer ongoing support people from partner organisations trained by STIR to lead innovation searches and teacher networks
Monitor the implementation of the pilot programme by partners and ensure all necessary data is gathered from partners
Work in liaison with STIR India team members to share lessons about the most effective means of running STIR innovation searches and networks
Create opportunities for STIR teachers to be profiled and recognized publicly for their work
Develop a knowledge base to support the effective running of future teachers' networks in Uganda
Provide additional support to STIR as an organization as required – be willing to 'muck-in' – and share learning with the India and UK teams

The ideal candidate for the STIR vacancy must have at least three years' experience (with at least 2 years in grassroots education), a good knowledge of the East African context, clear leadership skills and good 'start-up' experience.
The Uganda Programme Manager will have excellent skills in partnership/relationship management; be a very positive and solution focused person; be extremely organised. Crucially, they will have a very strong belief in the potential of teachers to be changemakers in the Uganda education system.
Detailed knowledge and understanding of the challenges teachers and schools face in Uganda

Skills and Experience:
Past experience of supporting teachers or others in school to lead change in grassroots contexts
Prior experience of overseeing multiple projects and managing multiple partnerships simultaneously
Significant experience in and understanding of what is required to improve education quality in Uganda
Experience in managing the collection of data and analyzing it
Demonstrated ability to provide useful feedback to team members
Experience in creating opportunities for people to learn from each other
Excellent verbal and written communication skills in order to hone STIR's key messages for the Ugandan context

Programmes Administrator - International Law Institute-African Centre ILI-ACLE Uganda

Vacancy: Programmes Administrator
Recruiting Organisation: International Law Institute-African Centre for Legal Excellence (ILI-ACLE)
Duty Station:  Kampala,
Country Uganda
Reports to: Head of Programmes

Fifteen years ago, we established an Institute dedicated to providing affordable and high-level post-professional education to public and private sector officials in Uganda in the areas of law, governance, finance and project management to equip these professionals with practical tools to stand shoulder-to-shoulder and compete effectively with other professionals across the globe. The relevance of our approach was quickly recognized, and over the years, we began to draw public and private sector professionals engaged in development from across countries in Africa.

Today, ILI-ACLE enjoys continuing collaboration with partners such as the Open Society Initiative for East Africa in the area of International Criminal Law and with the Danida Fellowship Centre in the areas of Promoting Government Integrity and Anti-Corruption and the Human Rights-Based Approach to Development. ILI-ACLE is also pursuing partnerships with major U.S. and international law schools, including a new ABA approved collaboration with the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law, to develop opportunities for more diverse and sustainable capacity building for practicing lawyers, law students and law professors. ILI-ACLE’s partnerships will continue to raise the bar for the region’s public and private sector institutions, and we strive to be ever-relevant and ready to meet the region’s evolving needs.

Job Summary: The Programme Administrator assists in the planning, design and implementation of training programmes at the Institute. Specifically, the Programmes Administrator provides logistical and administrative support to the Head of Programmes to ensure timely communication with local and international programme participants; logistical arrangements are in place for travel and accommodation of local and international trainers; timely development and reproduction of high-level training curriculum, manuals; procurement of stationary and other training tools; seamless running of ongoing programmes through daily evaluation; and reporting on programme outcomes.

Programme Coordinator – Small Towns - WaterAid in Uganda (WAU)

Vacancy: Programme Coordinator – Small Towns
Recruiting Organization: WaterAid in Uganda (WAU)
Duty Station: Kampala,
Country Uganda
Reports to: Senior Programme Coordinator –Urban and Small Towns

Job Summary: The Programme Coordinator – Small Towns will take lead in managing the development and implementation of all our small towns-Wide WASH Plans in all WaterAid targeted districts. You will ensure that the outcomes of our small towns work are integrated into WAU’s bigger influencing picture.

Project Assistant- Integrated Border Management - International Organization for Migration (IOM) Uganda

Vacancy: Project Assistant- Integrated Border Management
Recruiting Organisation: International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Project: Strengthening Border Management in Uganda
Duty Station: Kampala,
Country  Uganda
Reports to: Chief of Mission
Vacancy Number: VN 04/03/014

About IOM:
The International Organization for Migration (IOM), established in 1951, is the leading international intergovernmental organization dealing with migration.  Its objective is to ensure the orderly migration of persons in need of migration assistance throughout the world.

IOM Uganda has been registered and operational since 1988, when the field mission was established. Throughout the past 20 years, IOM Uganda has processed movements and facilitated information gathering and support towards refugees, internally displaced persons, demobilized child soldiers, trafficked women and other migrants and their specific needs, both on individual and large scale population movement. In addition to operational matters and research, IOM has an important role in enhancing and building national capacity in migration management.

4 Fresh Graduate Career Opportunities Community Development / Youth Engagement Internship - USAID Strengthening Decentralization for Sustainability (SDS) Program

Vacancy: Community Development / Youth Engagement Internship (4 Fresh Graduate Career Opportunities)
Recruiting Organisation: USAID Strengthening Decentralization for Sustainability (SDS) Program
Duty Station: Kampala,
Country Uganda

About SDS:
Strengthening Decentralization for Sustainability (SDS) is a 6-year (June 2010- May 2016) USAID funded program in support of the government of Uganda (GOU) at the district and Sub-county local government level. The project aims at improving results and sustainability of decentralized social service delivery through appropriate tools, technical assistance, and financial support. The SDS Programme is implemented by Cardno Emerging Markets, Ltd. USA, in collaboration with: Urban Institute; Development Info Structure Inc. (Devis);Infectious Disease Institute (IDI); and Tangaza Cinemas.

Internship Job Summary: The purpose of this internship scheme is twofold:
Nurture and develop new approaches towards quality basic education improvement through youth engagement and support for the early grade reading. The entry point will be by tapping pertinent talents from the pool of brilliant young graduates that are fresh from the university, have no experience but are highly motivated and have a passion for quality education improvement. This will enhance the aim of building local capacity and shaping the future’s manpower especially in the strategic areas of community development through these young graduates interested in developing their career in community development where they will be trained, mentored and groomed for the same.
Through routine practical community development – youth engagement work for improved early grade reading, the SDS program will in turn be supported by the interns to not only implement the organizational youth strategy but also fulfill the increasing demand and need for innovations and local solutions in community development.

IT & Procurement Officer - Action Against Hunger (ACF) Uganda

Vacancy: IT & Procurement Officer
Recruiting Organisation: Action Against Hunger (ACF)
Duty Station: Kampala,
Country Uganda
Gross Annual Salary: 15,600,000

About ACF:
Action Against Hunger (ACF) is an international humanitarian Non profit Organization (INGO). For over thirty years it has been implementing Food Security and Livelihoods; Nutrition, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene programs in Lira, Apac, Oyam, Otuke, Gutu, Kaabong, Napak and Moroto Districts.

Maintain the network in good condition (software and hardware),
Draft aid and update the network user book
Write network procedures and to keep them up to date
Responsible for Computer maintenance (Hardware and software); Installation, maintenance, follow up and equipment file update