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National Medical Director US Non-profit Jobs – AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF)

Organisation: AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Country Program Director
AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) is an international not for profit NGO, with its Headquarters based in Los Angeles, California. Aids Health Care Foundation is registered in Uganda as Aids Health Care Foundation – Uganda Cares (AHF-UC) which is collaboration between the Uganda Ministry of Health and AIDS Healthcare Foundation (U.S.A) to provide free HIV/AIDS services; including antiretroviral therapy in resource constrained settings. AHF- Uganda Cares to date operates in 15 districts including; Masaka, Kampala, Rakai, Mpigi, Lyantonde, Soroti, Lwengo, Bukomansimbi, Kalungu, Kalangala, Masindi, Amuria, Butambala, Gomba, Serere, Hoima and Tororo supporting 32 clinic sites country wide.
Job Summary:  The National Medical Director directly oversees all medical activities at AHF-Uganda Cares supported and owned facilities within the country program. He/ she is the team lead for the medical department, directly supervises Regional Medical Directors, Program Pharmacist, Program Nurse and Laboratory Services Coordinator and takes the direct responsibility of ensuring strong cohesive teams at national, regional and site level.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • As senior manager, he/she oversees AHF medical Country operations in all the designated regional sites and supports the Regional Medical Directors to efficiently and effectively deliver quality clinical services in the regions.
  • Works closely with HIV Prevention program to ensure an effective linkage system for clients tested into the continuum of care and treatment
  • Attends key technical partners’ meetings and provides feedback to management through the Country Program Director – Commits 40 hours monthly to see patients with complicated cases and prepare cases for discussion and learning purpose
  • Ensures standard quality of clinical services at all AHF supported sites in the program
  • Provides periodic comprehensive support supervision, using the tools provided by AHF-Uganda Cares and Ministry of Health.
  • Supports the Program Pharmacist to ensure that pharmacy operations are in accordance with good pharmacy practices.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate must be a Medical Doctor from a recognizable institution. Should hold additional qualification either in Health Systems Management or Public Health or Human resource will be an added advantage
  • Registration with the medical and dental practitioner’s council is a must.
  • A minimum of ten years of medical/health service experience preferred with a sound knowledge of basic medical disciplines to allow for accurate diagnosis and appropriate management of clinical problems.
  • Five years or more of recent experience with HIV/AIDS treatment; two years minimum of administration and program management experience with knowledge of clinical protocols and procedures in the management of HIV related diseases.
  • Excellent interpersonal and written communication skill Sensitivity to issues surrounding HIV and AIDS. Demonstrates flexibility and willingness to provide coverage at other AHF sites upon request.
  • Experience in planning and budgeting required.
  • Experience in quality management and assurance practices desired.
All suitably qualified and interested candidates should e-mail their applications (Cover Letter and CV Only) to: globalhr.africa@aidshealth.org mentioning position applied for and job location in the subject line. The email should not be larger than 2 MB – any larger email will not be considered.
Deadline: 28th September 2018

Uganda: Program Advisor – Girls First Fund (Uganda)

Organization: Geneva Global
Country: Uganda
Closing date: 31 Oct 2018

Program Advisor – Girls First Fund

Consultancy Overview

  • Title: Program Advisor
  • Organization: Geneva Global, Inc.
  • Term: 6 months – with potential for extension, based on program needs.
  • Location of consultancy:Uganda
  • Status: Full-time, consultant


Geneva Global seeks a consultant to act as a Program Advisor in the set-up and launch of the Girls First Fund’s grantmaking services and related activities in Uganda. Geneva Global is a social enterprise that provides a full range of advice and services to help individuals, foundations, corporations, and nonprofits in their social change initiatives. Geneva Global is providing services to the Girls’ First Fund, a pooled philanthropic fund that seeks to expand resources to community-based organizations, particularly women- and girl-centered and -led organizations that are working to comprehensively prevent and respond to child marriage. The Girls First Fund is being supported by seven Founding Donors that have made large-scale, multi-year commitments. The Founding Donors include, the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF), David & Lucile Packard Foundation, Dutch Postcode Lottery, Ford Foundation, The Kendeda Fund, NoVo Foundation, and an anonymous foundation.

The Girls First Fund puts girls, families, and their communities first and champions community-led efforts to end child marriage. The Fund’s primary vision is, “to realize a world in which every girl has access to the information, services, resources, skills, and support necessary to decide when, if, and whom to marry in order to live a healthy and equal life and to achieve her full potential.” Geneva Global is currently working with the Fund’s Board to design a pilot program in six countries with the aim of making grants in early 2019.

The Program Advisor will work closely with other Geneva Global team members and Girls First Fund stakeholders to ensure that the values and guiding principles of the Fund inform its in-country activities and practices. Through the Girls First Fund, the Program Advisor will work alongside selected community-based organizations and locally-focused national organizations, supporting them to design and implement their own context-specific approaches, solutions, and innovations to address child marriage. The Fund is committed to being community-driven, transparent, and collaborative, utilizing grantmaking practices that are gender transformative and adhere to the highest standards of child protection. Therefore, it is necessary that the Program Advisor’s work and behavior be guided by such principles.

The consultant will be an independent contractor to Geneva Global and not an employee of the company. The consultant is not eligible for any employee-related benefits, plans, or programs of Geneva Global, and the consultant is expected to provide their own workspace to successfully carry out the deliverables listed below. This is a 6-month, national consulting post – with potential for extension based on programmatic needs.

Overview of Consultancy

Key Deliverables

Fund set-up and implementation

· Inform the Girls First Fund’s understanding of the changing context, country-specific trends, and challenges related to child marriage and grantmaking.

  • Ensure that the values and guiding principles of the Girls First Fund are adhered to through the Fund’s grantmaking activities.
  • Identify and build relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders including, but not limited to: CBOs, NGOs, INGOs, other donor agencies, key government ministries, local governments, and existing networks and conveners to establish support for the Girls First Fund, and develop linkages that foster complimentary, versus duplicative, activities.
  • Attend relevant local, national, and international meetings.

· Organize local events and meetings for a diverse range of participants.

· Plan and lead site visits for the Girls First Fund and stakeholders.

Grantee identification and portfolio management

· Support in-country dissemination of Girls First Fund funding opportunities, ensuring RFP materials are accessible to eligible organizations. The Fund has a commitment to reaching traditionally neglected and under-funded organizations, including newly established organizations and organizations that have not received international funding previously.

· Accompany applicants through the application process by providing technical assistance and support as they complete RFP/application materials, when requested.

· Review application materials and support the shortlisting, vetting, and selection of grantees by providing contextual and technical input. This process could include organizing and managing an in-country review panel.

· Lead the in-country due diligence process, including conducting field visits to applicants, as needed.

· Monitor grants through reviewing reports, site visits, meetings, etc.


· Conduct field visits to grantees to understand project progress and learnings and to gather feedback on the Girls First Fund's draft Theory of Change, learning agenda, and country strategy.

· Actively solicit input from grantees and other stakeholders to shape the Fund’s future.

· Disseminate learning and professional development opportunities to grantees on a regular basis.

· Facilitate the dissemination of lessons learned and best practices between grantees and document and share this information with other Program Advisors based in five additional countries and U.S.-based team members.

· Ensure that lessons learned globally are disseminated to grantees.

· Contribute to and coordinate special projects in-country, including research projects and learning events.

Technical assistance and capacity building

· Provide capacity building support to grantees in areas such as organizational development, financial management, and best practices in addressing child marriage, when requested.

· Provide assistance to grantees to ensure completion of reporting materials.


· Communicate regularly with the Girls First Fund team in the U.S. by providing updates and analyses on contextual developments, progress, challenges, and lessons learned.

· Participate in Girls First Fund/Geneva Global conferences and workshops, as needed.

· Complete additional assignments, as requested.


· Minimum 8-10 years of experience in project management/coordination and community development in Uganda.

· Master’s degree in social sciences, law, or other relevant subject.

· Grantmaking experience on behalf of international organizations to local community-based organizations through a grantee-centric approach.

· A passion for the Fund’s work, including a commitment to community-led development, gender equality, and grassroots movement building.

· Knowledge and experience working on initiatives to address child marriage required; experience in addressing other key areas such as gender inequality, gender-based violence, right to education and sexual and reproductive health is an asset.

· Experience working on human rights issues – particularly women, youth and minority rights – through a human rights and gender equality approach is preferred.

· In-depth knowledge of, and ability to advise Geneva Global on, economic, political, social, and cultural trends that impact the country-level work.

· Experience engaging with government stakeholders is preferred.

· Experience supporting a learning community of grantees to encourage networking, capacity building, and collaboration is preferred.

· Experience monitoring and evaluating grants and programs, including data collection, data management, and financial monitoring.

· Experience working with girls, families, and communities in a highly sensitive environment.

· Willingness to travel up to 50%, including to remote areas of the country.

· Candidates should be legally authorized to work in Uganda.


· Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English is required.

· Excellent written and verbal communication in additional local languages is desirable.

· Proficiency with Microsoft office tools (especially Word and Excel) and experience with grant management databases is preferred.

· Strong group facilitation, presentation, and organizing skills.

· Detail oriented with the ability to manage and track data and deadlines across multiple grantees.

· Strong problem-solving, analytical, and organizational skills.

· Ability to work independently and manage multiple deadlines as part of a remote team.

· Ability to contribute to and lead in the development and set-up of programs, systems, and processes.

· Proven experience working effectively in a cross-cultural team.

· Flexible and willing to perform other tasks as assigned, in a fast-paced work environment.

· Self-starter and proactive.

How to apply:

Interested applicants should upload a cover letter, CV (including names and contact information for references), and two writing samples in English (two to five pages each; excerpts from longer documents accepted) here. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

Geneva Global and the Girls First Fund are committed to diversity and encourage individuals to apply for this consultancy who are of underrepresented backgrounds including, for example, gender identity, race, religion, and sexual orientation. Due to the volume of inquiries, only candidates for consideration will be contacted. Regrettably we will not accept phone calls.

Knowledge Management Manager Non-profit Jobs – Baylor-Uganda

Organisation: Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation -Uganda (Baylor-Uganda)  
Reports to: Director Strategic Development and M&E
Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation -Uganda (Baylor-Uganda) is an indigenous not-for-profit child health and development organisation affiliated to the Baylor College of Medicine International Paediatric AIDS Initiative (BIPAI), a Network of paediatric HIV/AIDS care and treatment Children’s Clinical Centres of Excellence and international program offices in 11 countries across Africa, Eastern Europe and North America.
Job Summary:  The Knowledge Management (KM) Manager within the Strategic Information Portfolio employs the use of traditional and digital learning approaches to develop and implement innovative, creative, and effective ways to strategically capture and share technical knowledge, leverage good practices, and improve the effectiveness of development programs. The KM Manager will be responsible for identifying, managing, packaging, and disseminating key information to advance technical practice and provide program staff with the tools they need to conduct better development work. Specifically, the KM Manager will lead and support learning events, conduct research, produce resources and guidance, and facilitate ongoing content development and engagement.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • Design and implement effective learning activities – in collaboration with communications, quality improvement and capacity building teams, work with stakeholders to scope and implement appropriate and effective knowledge capture and sharing activities
  • Manage knowledge sharing events – in collaboration with the research and quality improvement teams, scope and manage the successful execution of knowledge sharing events including monthly seminars/ webinars, workshops, conferences, and peer learning sessions
  • Identify and curate technical website          content – in collaboration with the communications team and technical experts, manage and implement project- wide content strategies to ensure that the right knowledge is getting to the right people at the right time (and in the right way)
  • Manage website community engagement – Respond to website members in a timely manner and engage them in meaningful knowledge exchange
  • Document and share learning         – ensure requirements, lessons learned, and best practices for products, events, and other knowledge management activities are clear and documented
  • Engage partners and learning champions – work with program managers, project partners, and learning champions to expand various Baylor-Uganda online/ in-person learning activities including engaging the growing member base on project websites, collaborating with external partners, and contributing content
  • Work collaboratively with communications, quality improvement and capacity building teams – in assessing and learning to ensure alignment and cohesion
  • Identify and share creative, efficient and effective ways to engage audiences and facilitate knowledge sharing and collaboration.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The applicant for the Baylor Uganda Knowledge Management Manager job must hold a Master’s degree
  • Five years of experience in knowledge management, organizational learning, development studies, public health, epidemiology, or a relevant advanced degree
  • Broad knowledge and understanding of knowledge management principles in and capacity to deliver knowledge management and/or organizational learning activities
  • Ability to link content development and engagement strategies that facilitate timely, useful delivery of information through project learning platforms and activities
  • Excellent facilitation, program/activity management, and written and oral communication skills
All suitably qualified and interested candidates with a desire to work with the Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation should send their cover letters with detailed updated CVs, names and addresses of three referees, copies of professional/Academic documents, email address, and daytime telephone contact. You must have at least a credit 6 in MATH and ENGLISH.
The Head of Human Resources,
Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation-Uganda,
Block 5 Mulago Hospital, P.O. Box 72052 clock tower, Kampala, Uganda

Email to: applications@baylor-Uganda.org

Deadline: 21st August 2018

Programme Coordinator Job Careers – Nnabagereka Development Foundation

Organisation: Nnabagereka Development Foundation
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
The Nnabagereka Development Foundation is a charitable organisation founded in 2000 by Her Royal Highness Sylvia Nagginda, the Nnabagereka (queen) of the Kingdom of Buganda, as one of the entities of the Buganda Kingdom. The Foundation’s mission is: “Leveraging culture to improve the quality of life of children, youth and women”. The Foundation works towards social transformation and aims to build a new generation through the revival of Obuntubulamu as an asset that can shape humanness, character and civility. The Foundation is mission-driven with a national, regional and global reach and has active chapters in the United Kingdom and in the United States of America.
Job Summary: The Programme Coordinator is responsible for providing technical, financial and administrative oversight of projects for the successful implementation of the Foundation’s Mission and Strategic Plan. As a member of the Senior Management Team key duties include, overseeing and monitoring programme implementation, developing operational plans and budgets and resource mobilization.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate must hold a Bachelor’s degree in management or relevant field.
  • At least seven years’ experience in the management of programmes, resource mobilization and leveraging partnerships
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Candidates with knowledge of, and interest in cultural institutions, respect for cultural identity and espousing Obuntubulamu values are encouraged to apply. Candidates should send their applications to info@nnabagereka.org, copied to nnabagereka.office@gmail.com;
The title of the email should include; RECRUITMENT NNABAGEREKA DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION and the position applied for.
Hand deliver to the office of the Nnabagereka, Bulange Headquarters applications should be addressed to:
The Nnabagereka Development Foundation
NB:Candidates should only submit their application letter and curriculum vitae. Each application should have three referees with their contact details.
Deadline:Monday 13th August 2018
Only short listed candidates will be contacted for the interview and will need to provide academic certificates and testimonials.

Fresher Finance and Administration Associate Jobs – Nnabagereka Development Foundation

Organisation: Nnabagereka Development Foundation
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Finance and Administration Coordinator
The Nnabagereka Development Foundation is a charitable organisation founded in 2000 by Her Royal Highness Sylvia Nagginda, the Nnabagereka (queen) of the Kingdom of Buganda, as one of the entities of the Buganda Kingdom. The Foundation’s mission is: “Leveraging culture to improve the quality of life of children, youth and women”. The Foundation works towards social transformation and aims to build a new generation through the revival of Obuntubulamu as an asset that can shape humanness, character and civility. The Foundation is mission-driven with a national, regional and global reach and has active chapters in the United Kingdom and in the United States of America.
Job Summary:  The Finance and Administration Associate is responsible for the accounting functions and provide support to the administrative functions in relation to the systems and procedures, human resources, office supplies, equipment, and contractor relationships.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate must hold a Bachelor’s degree in a field related to accounting or business management.
  • At least two years of demonstrated experience in accounting, management and human resources.
  • Excellent oral, written communications and problem solving ability.
  • Excellent computer skills including Excel and experience with automated accounting systems.
Candidates with knowledge of, and interest in cultural institutions, respect for cultural identity and espousing Obuntubulamu values are encouraged to apply. Candidates should send their applications to info@nnabagereka.org, copied to nnabagereka.office@gmail.com;
The title of the email should include; RECRUITMENT NNABAGEREKA DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION and the position applied for.
Hand deliver to the office of the Nnabagereka, Bulange Headquarters applications should be addressed to:
The Nnabagereka Development Foundation
NB:Candidates should only submit their application letter and curriculum vitae. Each application should have three referees with their contact details.
Deadline:Monday 13th August 2018
Only short listed candidates will be contacted for the interview and will need to provide academic certificates and testimonials.

8 Youth Engagement Officer MasterCard Foundation DYNAMIC Programme Jobs – Restless Development

Organisation: Restless Development
Project Name: MasterCard Foundation Driving Youth-led New Agribusiness and Microenterprise (DYNAMIC) programme
Reports to: Programme Manager
Duty Station: Abim, Agago, Gulu, Lira, Kaabong, Lamwo, Kitgum and Pader, Uganda
Salary: Annual Gross UGX 48,249,519 gross per annum
Restless Development is an international non-profit organization which is embarking on becoming the global banner carrier for youth-led development; demonstrating at the grassroots and policy levels that young people can and must play a lead role in development. Over the past five years, Restless Development has more than tripled the size of its budgets and programmes, and has been repeatedly cited as a model of best practice in youth-led development by the World Bank, DFID, UNICEF and others.
Working in consortia with GOAL, Mercy Corps, VSO, the MasterCard Foundation Driving Youth-led New Agribusiness and Microenterprise (DYNAMIC) programme will strengthen systems and facilitate the creation of sustainable economic opportunities for disadvantaged Ugandan youth. DYNAMIC’s overall goal is to increase the number of young people who are in secure employment or self employment and to promote effective and efficient agricultural market systems for youth. Through a market-driven and holistic approach, DYNAMIC will engage an array of public and private sector actors to increase access to goods, services, markets, information and productive and social assets to increase productivity of Ugandan agribusinesses and non-farm enterprises. DYNAMIC will reach 125,000 out-of-school youth aged 15 – 24 living in peri-urban and rural areas within eight districts of northern Uganda over five years. Through an innovative, market facilitation approach, DYNAMIC will promote long-term efficiency in existing agricultural systems. Youth already engaged in on-farm activities will move from subsistence to more productive and profitable farming. DYNAMIC will increase the employability of Ugandan youth by facilitating access to demand driven technical skills, knowledge and market information that directly respond to business opportunities in the agricultural sector. In parallel, DYNAMIC will link agribusinesses and microenterprises to market opportunities and diverse stakeholders, and ensure they can utilize appropriate (formal and informal) financial services. DYNAMIC’s design recognizes that youth are a diverse age group requiring tailored interventions to fit their stage in life and transition into the workforce. In particular, DYNAMIC will ensure that participating youth, particularly young women, are engaging in appropriate, safe, and productive economic opportunities.
Job Summary: The Youth Engagement Officer will provide the technical backstopping to the peer models.  The incumbent will take full responsibility of capacity-building of youth throughout the project by offering oversight to the delivery of the Peer Educator model.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
1. Programme Implementation:
  • Oversee the recruitment and selection process for peer educators which will involves developing selection criteria and materials, advertising in the target communities and management of peer educator agreement of responsibilities through formal MOUs
  • Work closely with other Dynamic team members to organize foundation and topup trainings for peer educators
  • Manage peer educator outputs through monthly work plans, regular support, supervision and mentorship visits
  • Ensure linkage of Peer educators to the oriented private sector actors to identify and develop opportunities to engage youth effectively in their businesses.
  • The incumbent will render support in the development of programme progress reports
  • Work in liaison with peer educators to strengthen youth groups by supporting registrations, networking and resource mobilization
  • Organize peer educator debrief to ensure learning from each peer educator cohort is factored into the next
  • Support the youth-led market research to inform program design, implementation and advocacy
  • Support the DYNAMIC evaluation and learning component that will add to the body of knowledge on viable models to support access to secure employment and self-employment for youth in Uganda
  • Ensure achievements and best practices in the Peer Education model are documented and shared for programme learning and improvement
2. Management of peer educator welfare:
  • Provide discipline, care and guidance in an approachable, supportive and helpful way to all the peer educators
  • Ensure peer educators adhere to the provided policies and procedures governing the Dynamic Programme
  • The incumbent will mediate between the volunteers and communities, when and if communication or programme related problems occur
  • Ensure peer educators’ relevant activity funds are spent in accordance with donor and DYNAMIC guidelines
  • Ensure Programme Manager is aware of emerging issues related to the work of peer educators
3. Partnerships and relationship building:
  • Build and maintain working relationships with District and sub-county government as necessary to support implementation of the DYNAMIC programme
  • Support the establishment and maintenance of relationships with target communities, and local government.
  • Ensure regular engagement of youth groups with youth structures including the Youth MPs and National Youth Council
  • Ensure information on government programs is shared with youth
  • Work closely with peer educators to ensure youth are linked and represented in relevant networks such as farmers’ groups and business associations
  • Ensure opportunities are created for youth and policy-makers to dialogue and make joint decisions.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The Restless Development Youth Engagement Officers should hold Degrees in Development studies or other relevant field
  • A minimum of three years’ experience designing and delivering youth engagement programmes
  • Past exposure and experience in Agribusiness and Microenterprise
  • Broad knowledge and understanding of contemporary development issues particularly those related to economic opportunities for youth
  • Ability to analyse problems and make sound operational decisions
  • Excellent organizational, written and verbal communication skills
  • Prior experience working in a consortia type of programmes
  • Prior experience in market development. 
  • Past exposure and experience with Monitoring and Evaluation systems and research, including  participatory research approaches
  • Strong computer literacy with full knowledge of office applications
  • Experience as a volunteer will be an added advantage
  • Prior experience working in Northern and Karamoja regions
  • The applicant should possess a valid riding permit (Class A)
  • A certificate in defensive riding course will be an added advantage
All suitably qualified and interested candidates are encouraged to send a completed application, form, download here and send it to: ugandajobs@restlessdevelopment.org, stating the vacancy job title Uganda – Youth Engagement Officer.
Deadline: 31st July 2018 by Midnight 

Community Linkages Advisor USAID RHITES Project Careers – Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF)

Organization: Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF)
Project Name: USAID Regional Health Integration to Enhance Health Services in the South West Uganda Project (RHITES)
Reports to: Director, Community Linkages and Demand Creation
Duty Station: Mbarara, Uganda
The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) seeks to end pediatric HIV/AIDS through research, advocacy, and prevention and treatment programs. We are a global leader in the fight against pediatric HIV and AIDS, working in 15 countries and at 7,000 sites around the world to prevent the transmission of HIV to children, and to help those already infected. Today, because of the highly successful work of the Foundation and its partners over the last 25 years, pediatric AIDS has been virtually eliminated in the United States and new infections in children have declined by 58% worldwide. EGPAF Uganda Country program is currently implementing a number of projects in partnership with various donors.
About USAID RHITES Project:
The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) implements the USAID Regional Health Integration to Enhance Health Services in the South West Uganda Project (RHITES) whose aim is to increase the availability, accessibility and quality of integrated health services including HIV and TB prevention, care and treatment; maternal, neonatal and child health services; family planning; nutrition assessment, counseling support; malaria prevention and treatment and other primary care services.
Job Summary:   The Community Linkages Advisor will provide technical and program oversight and direction in the areas of linking the community and facilities in the regional integrated health program (HIV/AIDS, TB, malaria, nutrition, family planning, and maternal, neonatal and child health care). She/he will provide leadership and technical guidance in the development and implementation of activities that facilitate linkage between and within communities and health facilities under the leadership of the Director Community linkages and Demand creation. This position will ensure the technical and methodological soundness of activities implemented by sub-partner in charge of community linkages and civil society organizations (CSOs) that are part of the project implementation.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • Lead in the strengthening the existing referral network model that facilitates linkages between different service delivery points to create an orchestra of interlinked community to facility health care service delivery in the project area.
  • Provide technical oversight and coordinate the activities of the sub-partners and CSOs that are sub granted as part of the integrated health service delivery project.
  • Provide assistance, mentoring and capacity building at the individual and organizational level in specific areas of expertise including but not limited to
  • Identify and collaborate with agencies/organizations implementing community-based activities
  • Provide technical guidance to support the linking of health facilities, CBOs and communities
  • Develop/adapt evidence-based training materials, job aids, and curricula, supervisory systems and other training materials needed for implementation of community mobilization, referral and linkage activities
  • Integrate project within DHMT framework
  • Offer technical support to health workers, Linkage facilitators, VHTs and partners on comprehensive integrated technical support related to referral and linkages
  • Work closely with District Health Educators and Community Development Office to strengthen community based structures that will create demand for HIV/AIDS care, treatment, Nutrition, SMC, MNCH, malaria and PMTCT and TB/HIV services; and also act as a major platform for referrals and linkages to enhance access to these services.
  • Participate in identification, training and support supervision of the Village Health Teams (VHTs)
  • Organize and facilitate periodic reviews of community HIV/AIDS, MNH/SRH/FP, Malaria and Nutrition activities at the health center level, as well as linkages to care, with the involvement of VHTs, community representatives, health center staff and members of the DHMT
  • Strengthen the performance management and capacity building mechanism for community resource persons and peer educators that the project engages to implement the integrated project. Support peer educator follow-up and supportive supervision to community health workers.
  • Coordinate and support linkage facilitators and other psychosocial support groups including Arial clubs and family support groups to efficiently and effectively execute their roles and responsibilities in the community and health facilities.
  • Take part in district level planning and implementation with the DMHT and stakeholders; provide information and feedback from field level observations to facilitate follow up actions by the district
  • Provide technical assistance, capacity-building and supervision to CBOs, NGOs, VHTs and other stakeholders/partners in community health, including the involvement of youth and men
  • Work with all sub partners and other technical advisors to successfully integrate MNCH, SRH, FP, HIV, nutrition, and water/sanitation interventions with the delivery of other health services at the community level.
  • Contribute to the development of project annual and quarterly work plans and budgets and ensure that the community mobilization and linkages component is well represented.
  • Strengthen documentation of referrals and linkages for different services within the integrated project to ensure a continuum of care and response.
  • Document best practices at community level and within the referral and linkage system in form of case studies, success stories and abstracts; and share at designated forums at district level, project and national level.
  • Work with the QI advisors to adopt the use of quality improvement approaches in referral and linkage system and other community activities with an aim of strengthening continuum of care.
  • In collaboration with the Monitoring and Evaluation team ensure that data collected is accurate and valid and captures process and outcome indicators.
  • Prepare and ensure timely submission of quality monthly, quarterly, semiannual and annual

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
  • The applicant for the USAID EGPAF RHITES Community Linkages Advisor job opportunity should hold a Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences or Community Development or Community Health or Nursing.
  • A post graduate in Public Health, Sociology or Community Health would be an added advantage
  • At least five years of work in community work with experience gained through serving within a government institution or NGO with proven ability to coordinate activities of different stakeholders at district and or sub national level.
  • At least five years’ experience training community health workers and/or CBOs in MNCH, Nutrition, Malaria, HIV and TB interventions
  • Experience building capacity at individual and organizational levels;
  • Skill in at least two or more of the following technical areas: strengthening service delivery programs, performance and quality improvement, psychosocial support, and integrating health service delivery into community structures.
  • Ability to coach, mentor and develop technical capacity in national programs and technical staff
  • Excellent written and verbal communication or interpersonal skills is a must.
  • Good analytical skills and ability to support a cross section of frontline health workers
  • Ability and willingness to travel within the supported districts in northern Uganda
All suitably qualified and interested candidates are encouraged to send their applications to this address;
The Senior Human Resources Manager, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF), Plot 18A Kyadondo Road, Nakasero, P.O. Box 21127, Kampala, Uganda
E-mail to: UgandaRecruitment@pedaids.org
Deadline: 27th July 2018

Human Resource & Administration Officer NGO Jobs – Straight Talk Foundation (STF)

Organization: Straight Talk Foundation (STF)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Straight Talk Foundation (STF) is a health communications National Non Governmental Organisation that was founded in 1993. For the past 25 years it has been the leading provider of various social and behavior change communication programs to various stakeholders in Uganda. The organization has immense experience in the use of modern communication program approaches in addressing diverse health and development issues. STF implements activities through print, radio and face to face communication. Its programs and interventions target young people as its primary audience, while parents and teachers are its secondary audience. STF utilises highly effective behaviour change communication models and combines mass media and face to face community outreach and mobilization programs.
Job Summary:  The Human Resource & Administration Officer will be responsible for implementation of STF human resource and administration policies and guidelines so to maximize productivity and growth of the employees and the organization.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate for the Straight Talk Foundation (STF) Human Resource & Administration Officer job placement must hold a Bachelor’s degree in Humanities. Post graduate training in Human Resource Management is an added advantage.
  • At least three years of relevant working experience in HR, preferably with an NGO.
  • Demonstrated understanding and proficiency in the field of Human Resources Management and ability to work under minimum supervision.
  • Good understanding of national legal requirements relating to HR, including labour laws and administrative law.
  • Knowledge of the organisational policies, systems and procedures formulation and management.
  • Good interview, negotiation and counseling skills.
  • Highly developed cultural awareness and ability to work well in an international environment with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
  • Excellent planning, coordination and reporting skills, with the ability to organize a substantial workload comprised of complex, diverse tasks and responsibilities.
  • Ability to intervene with crisis management or troubleshooting as necessary.
  • Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills including influencing, negotiation and coaching.
  • Computer literacy and excellent documentation skills are a must.
All candidates are encourages to apply online with a copy of updated CV and a cover letter (attached as one document) indicating three professional referees addressed to;
The Human Resource & Administration Manager
Plot 4, Acacia Avenue, Kololo,
P.O Box 22366, Kampala. Uganda
Email to: straighttalkjobs@gmail.com clearly indicating the position applied for in the subject line.
Deadline: 27th July 2018 by 05:00pm Ugandan Time.

Uganda: Advocacy Manager (Open to Ugandan Nationals Only)

Organization: Child's i Foundation
Country: Uganda
Closing date: 16 Jul 2018

Key responsibilities


● Act as Child’s i Foundation spokesperson for external communications including coordinating and managing external press requests, writing articles, interviews and press releases, and overall management of press initiatives. Where opportunities present, invite and host media at CiF HQ and events and lead as the main point of contact regarding media exposure around CiF initiatives and events.

● Produce regular press opportunities and identify PR and marketing opportunities to raise awareness of Child's i Foundation and alterative care in Uganda and across the region.

● Build relationships with national and international press and bloggers to champion a movement towards child care system transformation prioritising families, not orphanages.

● Work with the Communications team to develop media assets and materials targeting key audiences on the importance of family and community-based care and the harm of institutions.


To support the design and implementation of the National Advocacy Strategy

● Research and Map key stakeholders and manage key strategic relationships with key to help us progress the national advocacy strategy.

● Support the development of an adoptive parents association to help champion family and community based care.

● Build a coalition of like-minded civil society organisations to strengthen families and develop alternative care and build technical know-how in Uganda

● Support organization and planning of meetings, workshops and conferences for key stakeholders.

● Support the development of young care leavers involvement in advocacy.

Support development of national policies and research materials on Child Care and Protection

● Position papers and policy papers related to care reform

● Support documentation of evidence from orphanages to family and community based care

Represent CIF in relevant national forums related to child care and protection

Reporting and evaluation

● Monitor and report on all advocacy activities to determine the efficacy of the different approaches with the Regional Communications Advocacy and Fundraising Director.

● Provide bi-monthly updates to the Regional Communications Advocacy and Fundraising Director for the monthly performance indicators and targets and contribute to the CiF annual report.

Internal communications

● Be active on Facebook Workplace and encourage staff to share exciting stories in CiF and across Transform Alliance Africa.

Person Specification:


University Degree in Mass Communication, Public Relations, Journalism or other relative field (undergraduate)

Minimum of 2 years previous experience in a Journalism or Advocacy position.


In-depth understanding of the Uganda political and social context and familiarity with key stakeholders in the CCI sector.

Ability to grasp complex information and accurately translate these into briefings and other forms of advocacy communication.

Demonstrable experience of effectively engaging with government at all levels

Experience writing press releases

Previous experience with Ugandan media and civil society

Demonstrable experience of effectively mobilizing and working with civil society networks and organisations to generate momentum on a common agenda


Communications Skills

Presentation and Public Speaking Skills

Excellent writing skills

Good computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, PPT and WordPress

How to apply:

Send your motivation and CV to applications@childsifoundation.org.
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Fresher Human Resources Officer Non-profit Jobs – A Global Healthcare Public Foundation (AGHPF)

Organisation: A Global Healthcare Public Foundation (AGHPF)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
A Global Healthcare Public Foundation (AGHPF) is the premier non-profit organization that works to strengthen laboratory quality management systems leading to improved quality testing and accreditation of laboratories to internationally recognized standards. AGHPF works internationally providing technical assistance to develop effective diagnostic, research and public health laboratory systems and expand access to quality diagnostic testing services. A GHPF is a nonprofit dedicated to improving lives of children; women, men and their communities by enabling them reach their full health potential by providing humanitarian assistance to desperately needy people and communities most affected by HIV/AIDS.
Job Summary: The Human Resources Officer plays a generalist role in providing support in the day-to-day management and administration of the human resources function. He/she will support in the strategic management of the Foundation Human Resources by implementing HR policies, processes and procedures that are aligned with and effectively support the achievement of the organization’s objectives.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • Tasked with the implementation and maintenance of appropriate HR systems and procedures as required.
  • Make presentations and train staff in the operation of the HR system on a regular basis.
  • Advice staff on the Foundation’s HR policies and procedures including resolving or supporting the resolution of grievances.
  • Develop and maintain administrative systems and procedures to provide support for HR projects. 
  • Support the procurement and management of staff benefits by administering staff benefits: including leave entitlements, NSSF etc.
  • Provide guidance on HR matters and advise management on decisions related to HR matters.
  • Ensure changes to payroll are effected and act on management instructions and staff requests in a timely fashion.
  • Administer the staff training budget and provide support towards development and implementation of the annual Staff Training Calendar.
  • Supports recruitment, compensation administration activities and processes and performance review management system for staffs.
  • Manage staff health scheme, HR information and documentation.
  • Support the set-up of a conducive work environment including support to investigations under the Foundation’s’ Disciplinary and Harassment procedures.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate must hold a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management, Business Administration, organizational development or related discipline required. Master’s degree preferred.
  • Two years of experience in HR and Administration management in a commercial setting or NGO.
  • Experience in implementing compliance systems in line with Uganda Labor Laws is Mandatory.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and a team player.
  • Ability to work with a minimum of supervision in a high pressure and complex environment.
  • Excellent computer skills
All suitably qualified and interested candidates should send their updated CVs to hr@aglobalhf.org. Address to:
A Global Healthcare Public Foundation
Plot 12 Makindu Lane, Kololo
Deadline: Thursday, 12th July, 2018