Monitoring and Evaluation Officer NGO Jobs – Platform for Labour Action (PLA)

Organisation: Platform for Labour Action (PLA)
Duty Station:  Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Executive Director
Platform for Labour Action (PLA) is a national human rights civil society organization that was founded in 2000. PLA focuses on human rights and seeks to promote and protect the rights of the vulnerable and marginalised workers through empowerment of communities and the individual. Our target population include children in exploitative forms of work, children at risk of exploitation, informal sector workers infected and affected by HIV/AIDS, women and youth and workers earning below Ushs. 300,000/-  per month.
Job Summary: The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will be responsible for designing, implementing and coordination of the Monitoring and evaluation systems and functions of PLA. Provides overall technical guidance in monitoring and evaluation systems, management, training, coaching, and mentoring key internal staff and external stakeholders in monitoring and evaluation.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
Take lead in designing and maintaining of PLA’s Monitoring and Evaluation framework
  • Support development of program and project Log frames and theories of change.
  • Assist in developing & maintaining program & project strategic designs & documents.
  • Ensure and assist design, development of Implementation, Monitoring & Evaluation plans.
Take lead in designing and maintaining PLA’s Information Management System:
  • Review and validate all internal and external M&E information and reports.
  • Monitor work plan progress & ensure that activities are implemented as planned
  • Ensure timely design of Monitoring & Evaluation tools for PLA’s Programs & projects.
  • Ensure timely collection, analysis and utilization of M&E related Information.
  • Ensure timely development of PLA’s quarterly & annual reports, & quarterly newsletter.
  • Ensure timely reporting of program & project progress, and lessons to key stakeholders.
Take lead in maintaining monitoring and Evaluation information use and dissemination
  • Ensure timely collection, analysis and utilization of M&E related Information.
Take lead in organizing and implementing Monitoring and Evaluation activities of PLA
  • Take lead in undertaking situational and stakeholder analysis, reviews, baseline studies, monitoring, evaluation & Impact assessments for PLA’s programs & projects.
  • Ensures feedback of M&E results to decision making processes in PLA at policy, program and project levels, and ensure follow up on all matters which require decisions and corrective
Build capacity of staff in developing, using and maintaining Monitoring and Evaluation systems by providing coaching and mentoring; and also recommend suitable training
  • Conduct training sessions for staff on key areas of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning.
  • Take lead in preparing draft strategic work plans and annual work programs.
  • Prepare and propose resource needs for PLA’s M&E needs.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer should hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences, Political science, Law, Development studies and Postgraduate in Monitoring and Evaluation. A Master’s degree training a plus.
  • A minimum of three years of work experience with vulnerable groups (preferable with NGO) in areas of community empowerment, human rights, and development work.
  • A good understanding of development in Uganda and at the international level.
  • Sufficient understanding of issues of vulnerable and marginalized groups and delivery of quality services.
  • Good programming, computer skills, good written and oral communication.
  • Willingness to work at both national (policy) and grassroots level with vulnerable groups.
  • Ability to work under minimum supervision as part of a multi-cultural and multidisciplinary team.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Strong teamwork, flexibility, innovation and leadership skills
  • Excellent computer skills
  • Ability to analyse problems and make strategic decisions
  • Ability to work independently with little supervision
  • Passion, enthusiasm and interest in PLA’s mission, honest and trustworthy, willing to engage and support other programs
  • Previous experience managing and improving an organization’s brand image
  • Attention to detail and an ability to look at written materials from multiple stakeholder perspectives
  • Excellent computer skills, with advance word processing and formatting experience
  • Excellent time and project management skills with an attention to meeting deadlines; able to manage team toward deadlines as well
  • Interest in and knowledge of labour related issues
  • Understanding of Human Rights issues particularly those related to vulnerable marginalised workers.
  • Experience working in a youthful, multicultural environment and volunteering
  • The individuals must be result oriented, highly self-motivated, hardworking, have demonstrated analytical skills and be comfortable with a rapidly changing environment. Must exhibit professionalism, sense of good judgment and meet the needs of the position from time to time.
How to Apply: 
Application letter indicating minimum and maximum salary along with detailed curriculum vita, two letters of reference, and copies of relevant certificates sent to:
The Executive Director,
P.O. Box 9714 Kampala. Uganda
Email to:

Deadline: 31st May 2018

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Project Manager – OFSP UK NGO Jobs – Farm Africa

Organization: Farm Africa
Duty Station: Soroti, Uganda
Farm Africa is an international non-governmental organization working to end hunger and bring prosperity to rural Africa. We work to increase the incomes and improve food security of smallholder farmers, pastoralists, agro-pastoralists, and forest dwellers in East Africa. A core part of our strategy is to ensure that our interventions are both economically sustainable and scalable. The systematic integration of market linkages in implementing programmes is crucial to our ability to scale our interventions cost-effectively. Farm Africa has the ambition to be the leading European NGO specialising in Agriculture, Natural Resource Management and Market Engagement.
About Project Nature & Job Summary:
During this 18-month fixed-term contract, the post-holder will be responsible for managing and delivering the second (and final) stage of a three year project to improve livelihoods and incomes of 1,000 farmers in Teso sub-region through developing the production and marketing of orange-flesh sweet potatoes (OFSP).  The main objectives of this project are:
  • To increase the quantity and regularity of quality OFSP available for sale through improved planting, harvesting and post-harvest management practices
  • To develop and strengthen OFSP processing and marketing channels for farmers in Serere district and across Teso sub-region. The post-holder will be based in Farm Africa’s Soroti office and will receive functional support from the Project Accountant & Administrator.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Project management and reporting including:
  • Planning and ensuring the timely implementation of deliverables at project level, making sure that targeted results as defined in project plans are achieved in accordance with Farm Africa procedures and processes
  • Carrying out quarterly reviews with the Country Director, Uganda (CD) highlighting progress of activities, expenditure and results against plans and forecasts
  • Ensuring that project plans and budgets are revised and updated in line with the annual planning process, as well as in response to any changes in implementation or delivery timelines
  • Ensuring timely delivery of high-quality quarterly and annual progress reports in line with Farm Africa and donor requirements
  • With support from the Project Accountant & Administrator based in Soroti office, monitor expenditure rates in line with the project budget and sure timely submission of accurate and financial reports that are compliant with accounting procedures and processes
  • In collaboration with the M&E team, developing and implementing a project monitoring and evaluation process, capturing project outcomes/impact and lessons learned
  • Collecting, documenting and sharing project success stories, case studies, best practice and lessons learned in line with the requirements of Farm Africa’s communication’s team
Partner management including:
  • Managing the relationship with project partner Soroti Sweet Potato Producers & Processors Association (SOSPPA), as per the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and project documents – ensuring compliance with fund disbursement and reporting requirements
  • Ensuring that partner performance conforms to clearly defined expectations laid out in the MoU between Farm Africa and SOSPPA
  • Conducting regular planning and review meetings with SOSPPA
Providing technical leadership and playing a hands-on role in delivering project activities including:
  • Providing technical leadership and ensuring technical excellence in the delivery of project activities
  • Overseeing delivery of extension services by the SOSPPA PCM, ensuring excellence in delivery standards in line with Farm Africa Approaches.
  • Working with the PCM and SOSPPA team to ensure the that OFSP processing centre already constructed as part of the programme is well run and maintained, and appropriate business records kept and shared with the Farm Africa team for reporting purposes.
  • Ensuring that the project is delivered (including partner activities) in line with donor guidelines and Farm Africa policies and procedures.
Supporting SOSPPA to develop a profitable OFSP processing and marketing enterprise by:
  • Working from the initial Organisational Capacity Assessment of SOSPPA, highlight areas of weakness and work with SOSPPA leadership team to overcome them – with a particular focus on governance, and financial processes and systems.
  • Working with the leadership team at SOSPPA to develop and implement a business plan
  • Providing business development support and mentoring to the SOSPPA team.
  • Working with Farm Africa’s Technical Manager for Markets & Value Chains to build the capacity of the SOSPPA team to build market linkages and manage contracted buyers.
  • Working with the SOSPPA team to identify and implement a financial mechanism to incentivise/facilitate bulking of produce for onward sale
Networking and liaison with relevant Government agencies including:
  • Ensuring that conditions necessary for the legal implementation of the project are met
  • Maintaining a close working relationship with all relevant government partners both within and outside the project areas of operation.
  • Ensuring that project implementation is informed by, and in keeping with, the local and national policy environment
  • Managing and nurturing mutually beneficial partnerships with stakeholders, including service providers, local NGO’s and private sector companies
  • In consultation with the CD, acting as an ambassador for Farm Africa; promoting the project and our broader programme of work, hosting visitors, speaking at workshops and conferences and meeting donors and other officials when required.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate for the Farm Africa Project Manager – OFSP job placement must hold a Degree in Agricultural Marketing, Agricultural economics, Agribusiness, Cooperatives or related field
  • At least three years’ experience of implementing agricultural marketing projects for individuals or groups
  • Experience of engaging and mobilising rural communities in development programmes
  • Experience of playing a hands-on role in supporting the growth of small agribusinesses or associations
  • Good understanding of how small scale producers can be linked to the private sector or markets for their produce
  • Experience of leading and inspiring others
  • Experience of managing budgets
  • Experience of producing content for donor reports
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office, in particular Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Flexible and ‘can do’ attitude
  • Able to work under own initiative with minimal supervision
  • Working for an INGO
  • Fluency in Ateso
  • Field experience in OFSP production and the OFSP value chain
  • Experience of using gender disaggregated approaches for farmer outreach
  • Experience of evidencing success for impact assessment and communications purposes
  • Experience of managing monitoring and evaluation activities and fieldwork
  • Experience of working in a remote setting
  • Holder of a valid motorcycle permit (or willing to obtain one ahead of joining)
How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested candidates should send an updated CV, salary history, and a two-page supporting statement detailing how you meet the person specification to including ‘Project Manager – OFSP’ in the subject line.
NB: Please DO NOT send additional documents such as certificates and references with your application. Shortlisted candidates ONLY will be required to provide these documents during the interview process.  Interviews are expected to take place w/c 11th June2018 at Farm Africa’s country office in Kampala. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Deadline: 6th June 2018 by 5.00pm EAT

United Republic of Tanzania: Deputy Chief Of Party/MEL, Tanzania

Organization: Catholic Relief Services
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 22 Jun 2018

Position Title: Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP)/Monitoring and Evaluation and Learning (MEL)

Dept./Location: EARO/Tanzania

Reports To: Chief of Party


Position Summary

Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Tanzania is seeking a Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP)/Monitoring and Evaluation and Learning (MEL) for the anticipated USAID-funded Multi-sector Nutrition Activity in Tanzania. The project aims to strengthen the delivery of integrated community-based nutrition services and social and behaviour change communication (SBCC) in Tanzania and to build the capacity of the government and communities to sustain these activities.

The DCOP/MEL will be the lead on MEL and will have knowledge and experience in performance and impact evaluation designs, methodologies and practical applications, including baseline data collection methodologies. The DCOP/MEL will design, coordinate and monitor operational research activities and other data based analysis to facilitate evidence based improvements in project performance and expand understanding and lessons learned. S/he will support and direct the team in assisting LGAs in strengthening nutrition data collection systems, analyses, and utilization of results for informing action. S/he will guide reporting processes amongst technical staff and consolidate program reports, promote learning and knowledge sharing of best practices and lessons learnt. The DCOP/MEL will work in close partnership with CRS project staff, partner organizations and government for all MEL activities, strengthening capacity where needed.


  • Master's degree required, PhD preferred, in monitoring and evaluation, informatics, demographics, or related discipline.
  • At least seven years' experience in successfully developing and implementing MEL systems. Tanzania and/or East Africa experience preferred; USAID experience preferred.
  • Strong quantitative or mixed-method and analytical skills and ability to articulate technical information clearly and effectively to technical and non-technical audiences
  • Significant experience in providing field-based technical assistance about MEL and operations research in low resource countries.
  • Demonstrated experience in setting up and managing MEL systems (including databases) that track performance as per the objectives of the project.
  • Analysis and data management skills as well as demonstrated analytical skills and experience in identifying and evaluating best practices and state-of-the-art approaches.
  • Experience developing and delivering high-quality, on-time donor reports in accordance with cooperative agreement regulations.
  • Experience working with statistical databases (Stata, SAS, etc.) preferred, as well as strong skills in Excel, Word, Access and Power Point.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills, and the ability to work in a team.
  • Willing and able to travel 30% of time
  • Qualified Tanzanian candidates strongly encouraged to apply.

Agencywide Competencies (for all CRS Staff):

These are rooted in the mission, values, and guiding principles of CRS and used by each staff member to fulfill his or her responsibilities and achieve the desired results.

  • Serves with Integrity
  • Models Stewardship
  • Cultivates Constructive Relationships
  • Promotes Learning

Disclaimer: This job description is not an exhaustive list of the skill, effort, duties, and responsibilities associated with the position. This position is contingent on the success of a project proposal and the availability of donor funding and approval.

CRS' talent acquisition procedures reflect our commitment to protecting children and vulnerable adults from abuse and exploitation.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Catholic Relief Services carries out the commitment of the Bishops of the United States to assist the poor and vulnerable overseas. Our Catholic identity is at the heart of our mission and operations. We welcome as a part of our staff and as partners people of all faiths and secular traditions who share our values and our commitment to serving those in need.

How to apply:

Please follow this link to apply:

Administration Officer UN Job Careers – United Nations World Food Programme (WFP)

Organization: United Nations World Food Programme (WFP)
Duty Station:  Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Head of Programme
Grade: NOB
The UN World Food Programme (WFP) is the United Nations frontline agency against world hunger. It is the largest and longest serving humanitarian agency in Uganda. . Currently WFP focuses on three priority areas: Saving lives in Emergencies; Building Resilience through Predictable Safety Nets; Improving Nutrition & Mother-and Child Health; and Supporting Small Holder Farmers to Access Markets. WFP has operations in various parts of the Country.
Job Summary: The Administration Officer will actively contribute to daily planning and delivery of quality, customer-focused, value for money administrative services that enable staff in country/location operations to deliver food assistance to beneficiaries, in line with WFP’s strategy.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
  • The jobholder evaluates and monitors administrative services and recommends changes in policies, systems and procedures to align with changing business needs and objectives.
  • Implements WFP official systems in the office; drafts correspondence and internal procedural directives relating to administrative matters and ensure WFP’s administrative resources are fully and properly accounted for and that internal control systems are adequate and functioning.
  • Assesses expenditure in administration for previous years; estimates new requirements and prepare budget plans for designated areas of work.
  • Represents WFP-UGA CO in the Operations Management Team (UN Inter-Agency), on matters of Common interests.  Coordinates the implementation of UN Common services for efficiency, cost effectiveness and timeliness of operations and services.
  • Participates in the Non-Food Items (NFI) Procurement Contracts Committee to evaluate all contracts for NFIs.  Assists in the negotiation of contracts with vendors and service providers to ensure cost-effective services, quality and timely service.
  • Supervises staff in key Administrative areas listed below using the Results Based Management approach by reviewing staff PACE, training and development needs, staff performance Management, unit Performance statistics and the unit Work plan.
  • Asset Management; Ensures proper custody of all WFP assets and compliance with WFP rules and regulations for all acquisitions, donations, transfers, disposals, loss and write-off.Ensures entries made in the Global Equipment Management System (GEMS) are reconciled to give a fair representation of the financial value of assets.Spot checks inventory items and verifies against the GEMS, recommends to the Local Property Survey Board (LPSB) for disposal and follow up insurance claims for any loss. Evaluates inventory status and transactions in the database; report anomalies and discrepancies for timely action.
  • Fleet Management; Maintains an adequate and competent fleet; ensures reconciliation of accounts for fuel replenishment, vehicle maintenance and service, duty refund claims; and administers contractual agreements with fuel and garage companies by provision of supervisory support to the Senior Admin Assistant (Transport), and reconciling accounts with Procurement and Finance units.
  • Stores Management; Ensures adequate stock of office supplies by reconciling receipts and issues. Spot checks items in stores to reconcile receipts, issues and re-order level; verify quarterly replenishment requests; reconciles quarterly replenishment orders against goods received notes.
  • Office Equipment, Service and Maintenance; Generators are a Minimum Residential Security requirement (under MORSS), while other office equipment are operational requirements. Administers contractual agreements for service and maintenance of office Generators and other office machines including official mobile phones.
  • Ensures protocol activities are well coordinated and assignments accomplished. Monitors the weekly activity matrix of Protocol activities to ensure proper coordination and accomplishment of tasks.
  • Ensures proper management of staff travel, Registry and Official premises to verify expenditure allotment and accountability of WFP-UGA CO funds.
  • Provides technical guidance and support to WFP sub offices.
  • Prepares and analyzes monthly Administration reports.
  • Manages the execution and renewal of Administration service contracts and lease agreements.
  • Manages WFP Guest Houses and MoUs for UN Common services in Kotido, Moroto and other offices entitled for Guest House set up.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
  • The ideal candidate for the United Nations UN World Food Programme (WFP) Administration Officer job opportunity should hold a Masters degree in Business/Public Administration, or other relevant fields relating to office management and administration.
  • Five years of professional experience with progressive responsibilities in the area of Administration is required.
  • Previous experience in administrative environment with highly recognized private sector and/or Public Sector including multinational, and/or International is also required.
  • Previous experience in dealing with Government Protocol Institutions would be an added advantage.
  • Experience in Civil Engineering field would be an added advantage
  • Has gained experience in administration.
  • Has provided direction and instruction to more junior staff members within area of expertise.
  • Computer Skills: Proficiency in MS Office (Word Processor, Excel Spreadsheet, Power Point, etc.).
  • Language: Fluency in both oral and written communication in both English and Arabic.
  • Previous experience in administration.
  • Has provided direction and instruction to more junior staff members within area of expertise.
Personal Competencies:
  • Business Support Services & Reporting: Applies strong ability to identify country level requirements and develop customer focused solutions and action plans. Communicates data-based findings in a highly impactful way that is tailored to the audience.
  • Internal Controls & Risk Management for Administration and Engineering: Demonstrates in-depth knowledge of internal controls and proper accounting procedures and systems to recommend improvements where necessary to address current weaknesses, mitigate risks to mission-critical WFP operations and maximise client satisfaction.
  • Resource Management for Administration and Engineering: Oversees staffing for HQ and Field resources at the programme level, taking resource usage trends and forecasting data into account.
  • Specialised Knowledge in Administrative Services: Applies advanced theoretical understanding of administration best practice, concepts and principles and thorough knowledge of WFP standards , processes and infrastructure to ensure continuous improvement in the provision of efficient and effective administration services, resolving complex issues as they arise.
  • Customer Focus: Proactively monitors performance and delivers high quality service to meet the needs of customers, requesting customer feedback and taking ownership of customer problems that arise. Pre-empts needs of customers based on experience.
How to Apply:
All candidates who desire to join the United Nations World Food Programme are encouraged to submit their applications online at the link below.
Deadline: 5th June 2018

Ethiopia: Request For Proposal – NORAD Midterm Evaluation

Organization: Right To Play
Country: Ethiopia, Jordan, Lebanon, Mozambique, occupied Palestinian territory, United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 08 Jun 2018


Right To Play is an international humanitarian organization that uses the transformative power of sport and play to promote the holistic development of children and youth in the most disadvantaged areas of the world. Right To Play is committed to improving the lives of children and young people and to strengthening their communities by translating the best practices of sport and play into opportunities to promote learning, health and peace.

Right To Play programs foster healthy physical, social and emotional development of children and build safer and stronger communities. Right To Play’s guiding principles are inclusion – which recognizes the importance of children who may be marginalized for reasons of gender, ability/disability, religion, ethnicity, or social background; child protection and safeguarding; and sustainability – which ensures lasting impact.

As such, Right To Play is seeking a consultancy firm/group to undertake the midterm study and learning study for one of its multi-country education programs including planning and revising; data collection; review and cleaning; data analysis; reporting; and dissemination documents. This will include the writing of all accompanying reports as specified in the key deliverables.


Project Name

The Enhancing Quality Education through the Power of Play Program (TAALOM in Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and PAQE in Mozambique, Tanzania, Ethiopia)

Project Locations: Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Mozambique, Tanzania, Ethiopia

Project duration: January 2016-2019

Donor: Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD)

Targeted Direct Beneficiaries in each country:Children and Youth:

Palestine 13,573 (school)

Lebanon 24,000 (school), 2200 (community)

Jordan 28,935 (school), 6,216 (community)

Ethiopia 30,598 (school), 400 (community)

Tanzania 72,700 (school), 5400 (community)

Mozambique 60,613 (school), 4400 (community)

The Enhancing Quality Education through the Power of Play program is a four-year initiative supported by Norad which began in 2016. The initiative seeks to achieve the ultimate outcome of, “Enhanced quality of education for girls and boys in Ethiopia, Tanzania, Mozambique, Palestine (West Bank and Gaza), Lebanon and Jordan.”

While all countries have contextualized logic frameworks, the three main outcomes across all countries include:

  1. Improved learning environments in participating schools through play-based learning

  2. Improved life skills of participating children through sport and play-based learning

  3. Strengthened organizational capacity of civil society organization partners

To improve the learning environments of participating children Right To Play is aiming to build the capacity of teachers to integrate play-based learning into the teaching process by providing in-service teacher training. Throughout the duration of the program teachers will progress through the three-year Continuum of Teacher Training (CoTT) completing sessions on play-based learning and the creation of a positive learning environment which includes orienting teachers to issues related to child safeguarding and protection, gender equality and inclusion.

Through participation in play-based learning activities, both in the classroom and in the community, children will have opportunities to build their life skills. Right To Play activities are designed to foster healthy child and individual development and strengthen life skills.

Across all countries, the program is grounded in a new organizational civil society impact strategy that emphasizes strong civil society partnerships to achieve scalable and sustainable program impact. In order to nurture strong civil society partnerships, Right To Play is focusing on developing ways of collective learning, capacity building and advocacy with partners.

In addition to these outcomes that are measured across all countries, each country has a contextualized results framework in which some countries have additional outcomes which also require measurement. These include:

  • Barriers to education are addressed through community-based interventions (Lebanon)
  • Improved awareness of community and other stakeholders of barriers to education (Ethiopia)
  • Improved capacity of education supervisors and educators to integrate play-based learning methodology within the teaching and learning process (Ethiopia)
  • Improved commitment of community stakeholders to address barriers to education (Mozambique and Tanzania)
  • Strengthened education systems to promote gender-sensitive child-centred play-based learning policies and practices (Mozambique and Tanzania)

The table below highlights the list of outcome indicators being used in each of the countries to measure the project’s performance.

Global Indicators (Measured across all countries)

Improved learning environments in participating schools through play-based learning

  • % of trained teachers who demonstrate the application of play-based methodology (disaggregated by M/F)
  • % of learning environments that meet Right To Play's positive learning environment principles

Improved life skills of participating children through sport and play-based learning

  • % of participating children that demonstrate improved life skills (disaggregated by M/F)

Strengthened organizational capacity of civil society organization partners

  • # and % of CSO partners with improved organizational capacity (disaggregated by type of capacity)

Lebanon Specific Indicators

Barriers to education are addressed through community-based interventions (

  • Perception of community members in relation to access and quality of education

Ethiopia Specific Indicators

Improved awareness of community and other stakeholders of barriers to education

  • Level of awareness of target communities of barriers to education in the community

Improved capacity of education supervisors and educators to integrate play-based learning methodology within the teaching and learning process

  • % of education supervisors with increased capacity in coaching and mentoring teachers for the integration of play-based learning methodologies within the teaching & learning process

Tanzania and Mozambique Specific Indicators

Improved commitment of community stakeholders to address barriers to education

  • Number of community leaders/civil society organizations that initiate/ lead and/or support children's rights and girls education initiatives to address barriers to education

Strengthened education systems to promote gender sensitive child-centred play-based learning policies and practices

  • Perceptions of education stakeholders at the local, district and national level on the degree of implementation of play-based learning policies/approaches in education strategies, annual plans and priorities


The purpose of the evaluation:

  1. To produce results on progress towards outcomes included in the global and country results frameworks, which allow for comparison to baseline findings and program targets.

  2. To provide clear, relevant recommendations for program improvement.

  3. To provide information on best practices and lessons learned for future program planning and development of Right To Play’s work in education.


The midterm study for the Norad program will be conducted using a phased approach to ensure that midterm data is analyzed for all countries by March 29th, 2019. Right To Play anticipates an overarching timeline of July 2018 to July 2019, whereby data collection will occur in October and November 2018 in the Africa region and February 2019 in the Middle East region. This timeline will allow for the review and revision of existing measurement documents, planning for data collection, and the development of both global and country specific midterm reports. The timing for data collection was set based on school schedules in each country.

The initial phase of the midterm study will involve a comprehensive review of all existing Norad program, monitoring, and evaluation plans including the performance measurement framework, evaluation and analysis framework and measurement tools.

A fieldwork/data collection administration and logistics plan will be developed and implemented in the six countries of implementation, ensuring collaboration with and some knowledge transfer to Right To Play country teams. Travel will be required and the consultancy team will be required to develop a robust data collection strategy for each country as well as ensure the ability to source, hire and train (as needed) enumerators, research assistants, and/or associates with the ability to collect large amounts of qualitative and quantitative data.

The final phase of the midterm study process will consist of the review, cleaning and analysis of data collected and drafting of multi-country and country-level reports. The consultancy team must also produce relevant communication and dissemination documents (presentation slides for example) that summarize findings from the evaluation at the global and country-levels.

In addition to the data collection for the midterm evaluation, some additional data will be collected to inform a learning study. This learning study will focus on one country, potentially Tanzania, and focus on one key research question related to the implementation of play-based learning. The specific research question and scope of the learning study will be determined through discussions with key Right To Play offices once a consultancy group has been selected. The consultant will work with Right To Play to develop a measurement strategy for this research question as well as develop any additional data collection instruments that are required. A separate report will be required to present the results from the learning study.

For further details please reference the key deliverables section.


In addition to providing data on the specific indicators outlined in the project’s performance measurement framework, the mid-term assessment should also respond to the following specific evaluation questions:

Effectiveness: assess the achievements of the project in relation to its intended outcomes/results. This should be a systematic assessment of progress against the performance measurement framework. Other factors to consider in assessment of effectiveness include:

  • Which outcomes/results have been achieved both expected and unexpected?
  • Which objectives/outcomes have been most useful and successful? What were the success factors?
  • What changes occurred in the performance/behaviour of beneficiaries?
  • What is the scope/magnitude of the change achieved in comparison to baseline?
  • What was not achieved (failures, missed opportunities, challenges) and why?

Impact: assess the extent to which the project is contributing to its ultimate outcome and to a long-term positive effect on the target groups/beneficiaries

  • How has the project contributed to reported changes and to what extent can the changes be attributed to other external factors?
  • Have there been any unintended results/outcomes at this point?


  • Are there indications that elements of the project will be sustainable over the coming years? What are these and what are the factors which will determine whether or not they will continue?
  • Are there indications that the project contributes to lasting benefits? Which organizations could/will ensure continuity of project activities in the project areas?


The evaluation planning phase is expected to be carried out at the consultants’ base, with significant collaboration with Right to Play’s Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning team. Face to face meetings may be required, and as such, travel will be expected.

For the field work and data collection, extensive in-country travel is expected within all six implementing countries (Lebanon, The Palestinian Territories, Jordan, Tanzania, Mozambique and Ethiopia). The evaluation findings dissemination period may also require travel to these countries, but this is to be confirmed.


The first phase of the consultancy will involve a document review of the baseline study evaluation framework, analysis framework, sampling framework, accompanying data collection instruments, and findings. Some revision to the data collection instruments used at baseline may be required.

The second phase of the consultancy will involve the planning and implementation of the midterm evaluation that will enable Right To Play to determine project contribution to the achievement of expected outcomes. In addition, the learning study may be planned and implemented simultaneously to inform strategic learning for Right To Play. As the fieldwork will occur in the countries of implementation, the consultancy is expected to collaborate significantly with Right To Play country teams in order to successfully conduct the field work.

The final phase of the consultancy is the analysis of the data collected and the production of global and country midterm reports, a learning study report and appropriate dissemination documents, all of which will need to incorporate feedback from relevant Right To Play staff.

Through significant, collaborative engagement with relevant staff at Right To Play, particularly the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning team, it is expected that the consultancy will strengthen the organizations’ M&E capacity, particularly in the development and implementation of sound, rigorous research activities. As such, the consultancy will be expected to share and contribute to the Right To Play’s knowledge-base while deepening the capacities of the organization to more effectively conduct research in the future.

Data Collection Tools

At baseline, the evaluation design framework consisted of a toolkit of data collection instruments, which included:

  • Classroom Observation tool
  • Life Skills Assessment
  • Focus Group Discussions (children, teachers and parents)
  • Interview Guides (school administrators, teachers and CSO partners)

The research planning process will entail an in-depth training of enumerators. Consideration will be given to firms who have implemented data collection using mobile tools and software depending on country and financial proposal.

Data Analysis

Data will be analyzed both quantitatively and qualitatively and will cover all areas included in the performance measurement framework. An analytical framework was developed as part of the evaluation design process at baseline, which details the specific analytical methodology that was used to produce the result for each indicator measured. For the midterm study, the selected consultant will be expected to review this analytical framework as a basis for the midterm data analysis to ensure that data is comparable to baseline results.

The consultant is encouraged to utilize analytical software to analyze both the quantitative (e.g. Excel, SPSS, STATA, R), and qualitative (e.g. Nvivo) data. Outputs/datasets from data analysis will be submitted as part of the deliverables, as will the scripts (or list of commands) with clear notes/guidance, particularly for quantitative data analyzed (in SPSS, STATA, R). The consultant should be mindful of baseline analytical methodologies and software as well (e.g. the use of Excel and descriptive statistics) whilst analyzing data for this mid-term exercise.


Engagement with Right To Play

The consultancy firm/group will liaise with key implementation stakeholders (i.e. Right To Play Country Offices including MEL Officers and relevant field staff, Regional Offices including MEL Specialist and MEL Manager and HQ MEL Officer and Director) who will be responsible for guiding and informing the evaluation process. This group will help to inform the review of the evaluation design framework, the data collection tools and the analytical framework. They will also help to ensure that the research planning and data collection processes are sound, culturally appropriate and contextually relevant to Right To Play’s programmatic needs and to the needs of all relevant stakeholders (i.e. beneficiaries, community members and partners).

Measurement Plan

The measurement plan uses a results-based management approach for tracking the progress of outputs and outcomes against targets.

Consultancy Expectations

  • The consultancy firm/group will have an orientation to Right To Play’s program delivery model;
  • The consultancy firm/group will submit a detailed work plan and time frame for the completion of the mid-term evaluation research;
  • The data analysis and draft reports will be shared with Right To Play with sufficient time to allow for Right To Play to review and provide feedback, which will be incorporated into subsequent work;
  • After the completion of any evaluation reports, a presentation will be given to Right To Play staff and appropriate stakeholders to share both results and recommendations;
  • Throughout each phase, the consultancy firm/group will be expected to maintain regular communications with Right To Play regarding progress;
  • Travel and accommodations for visits to Right To Play intervention countries will be coordinated, booked and paid for by Right To Play as outlined in an agreed upon contract unless otherwise discussed with Right To Play;
  • The consultancy firm/group must follow OECD-DAC and AfrEA principles for evaluation;
  • All materials, processes, methodologies, reports, plans and other works provided to the consultancy firm/group or developed by the consultancy firm/group on behalf of Right To Play remain the property of Right To Play;
  • All data must be stored in a safe and secure location, allowing full access to Right To Play staff during the evaluation process;
  • Upon completion of the evaluation, all raw data must be submitted to Right To Play.


The consultancy firm/group will report directly to Emily Kere, Director, Global Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning at Right To Play International, and all deliverables should be submitted according to the schedule outlined in the “Key Deliverables and Timeline” section below.

The consultancy firm/group’s roles and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Background research to familiarize themselves with the program and Right To Play’s approach (i.e. program documents provided by Right To Play);
  • Document review of program, monitoring and evaluation plans, including performance measurement frameworks and tools;
  • Review/development of the evaluation design/framework in collaboration with the Right To Play;
  • Development and implementation of a fieldwork/data collection administration and logistics plan in the six countries of implementation;
  • Recruit and manage in country data collection teams who are fluent in the local language;
  • Data collection, entry & cleaning, and analysis;
  • Data validation and interpretation through internal review of findings;
  • Completion of final reports;
  • Preparation and presentation of findings and recommendations.



Consultants are asked to provide a draft budget proposal along with their proposal for consideration. Right To Play International offers competitive consultancy rates in keeping with market value and international NGO standards.

  • First payment: After signing of contract agreement with Right To Play (10%)
  • Second payment: Submission of evaluation framework design (including draft analysis framework) and relevant instruments (15%)
  • Third payment: Submission of analyzed data appropriate for PMF entry (40%)
  • Fourth payment: Submission of draft reports (15%)
  • Final payment: Submission of final reports, PowerPoint presentations and final analysis framework approved by Right To Play (20%)


  • A consultancy firm/group with 5-15 years of experience in the research and/or evaluation field, including experience in quantitative and qualitative data collection, analyzing quantitative and qualitative data, and report writing;
  • Extensive experience creating measurement frameworks, refining indicators, and creating measurement tools for education focused programs
  • Extensive experience managing and designing evaluation studies in a diverse contexts (e.g. within multi-country contexts, with children and young people, in remote settings, etc.);
  • Extensive experience in international education at the primary levels;
  • Experience in life skills measurement and behavioural change measurement;
  • Experience using participatory methodologies and following OECD-DAC and AfrEA principles for evaluation and measurement;
  • Applicant should have a relevant degree in social sciences, international development, statistical sciences, or another related field ;
  • Excellent skills and experience with data analysis using statistical computing tools (Excel, SPSS, STATA, NVIVO);
  • Excellent working proficiency in English

How to apply:


Interested organizations are requested to submit proposals including the following documents:

  • Cover letter/expression of interest
  • A technical proposal
  • A financial proposal
  • A complete profile of the firm/organization/group, highlighting previous experience and expertise in areas listed in the “Qualifications” section detailed in the above section;
  • CVs (2-3 pages maximum) of each key team members who will be the part of the evaluation team
  • At least one writing sample, ideally reports the firm/organization/group has lead authorship on

The proposal must be submitted no later than Friday, June 8th, 2018 to Sarah Johnson, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer at:, with Patricia Oliveira, Regional Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Specialist in copy at: and Armel Oguniyi, Regional Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager in copy at:

Proposals will be accepted on a rolling basis and will be reviewed as soon as they are received. Early submissions are encouraged and Right To Play reserves the right to select a consultancy before the proposal submission date noted above.

While we thank all applicants for their interest, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Right To Play is a child-centered organization. Our recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to the safety and protection of children in our programs.

To learn more about how we are and what we do, please visit our website at

Uganda: Accounts Officer

Organization: Bioversity International
Country: Uganda
Closing date: 23 Jun 2018

Accounts Officer

Bioversity International is a global research-for-development organization. Our vision is that agricultural biodiversity nourishes people and sustains the planet.

We deliver scientific evidence, management practices and policy options to use and safeguard agricultural biodiversity to attain sustainable global food and nutrition security. We work with partners in low-income countries in different regions where agricultural biodiversity can contribute to improved nutrition, resilience, productivity and climate change adaptation.

Bioversity International is a CGIAR Research Centre.

For further information on Bioversity International, consult our Web page at:


The Accounts Officer is responsible for contributing to efficient and accurate financial operations in the Kampala Country Office, ensuring compliance with Bioversity policies and procedures.

Key Responsibilities

Under the supervision of the Country Office Manager, the position is responsible for supporting a variety of financial operations in the Bioversity Uganda Office (BUO) More specifically, the incumbent will be responsible for:

General accounting

· Review and verify accounting vouchers, cheques or EFT transfers requests for payments follow up and obtain receipts for paid invoices and bills, maintain register books for bank payments, receipts and journal entries

· Prepare bank reconciliation statements on a monthly basis and extract reports and keep for audit review

· Prepare monthly payroll including submission of PAYE and NSSF on a monthly basis and LST returns on an annual basis as well as advising on tax deductions to staff

· Prepare correspondence related to financial transactions including payments advice to clients, follow-ups with banks and client relating to transfers or payments, and initiate organizational approval process

· Review and verify correctness of traveller Travel Expense Claims (TECs) for travellers, including correct budget codes, exchange rates, expense reporting and presence of all receipts

· Manage Petty Cash, ensuring entries are properly checked, records are updated daily, accountabilities are reviewed and verified before replenishment and monthly reports are circulated through review and approval processes.

· Prepare general ledgers and submit the monthly imprest claims, analyse invoices, identifying cost centres and providing approved data and reports to the Bioversity accounting system; carry out back-up of data in the accounting system and ensure that it is retrievable.

· Prepare annual operational, personnel and capital budgets including the collection and feedback from relevant parties and circulation through review and approval process.

Monitoring of expenditures and financial reporting

· Provide clearance and monitor the operational and capital budgets.

· Review and check accuracy of finance system monthly reports and advise on any discrepancies.

· Provide funds clearance for expenses, both office operations and grant expenditures within pre-approved budgets incurred for Bioversity financial activities hosted by other Institutions and reconcile related monthly reports.

· Provide budget clearance on requests for supplies and services and initiate review and approval processes.


· Provide guidance and / or training on finance related policies and procedures to staff

· Participate in the review of the effectiveness and efficiency of existing systems, policies and procedures and the development and implementation of related improvements

· Prepare, maintain and monitor fixed asset management

· Contribute to the implementation of financial processes and logistics related to workshops and meetings

· Perform other duties as required

Qualifications and competencies

Essential qualifications & competencies:

  • A University degree in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting or any related field
  • At least 3 years’ experience in financial accounting, preferably in the financial management of projects including providing guidance and advice to staff
  • Strong knowledge of accounting and budgeting practices and procedures, Proficiency in MS Excel and working knowledge of MS Word; working knowledge of computerized accounting packages
  • Excellent command of the English language, both written and spoken
  • Strong interpersonal skills including the ability to work effectively with other national and cultural backgrounds, using courtesy and tact

Ÿ Well-developed skills in personal organization, priority setting, problem solving and writing skills

  • Strong client service orientation

Desirable qualifications and competencies:

  • Experience with the implementation of computerized Accounting packages or ERP systems.
  • Experience within a not-for-profit organization or academic environment.
  • Professional financial accreditation.

Terms and conditions: This is a locally recruited professional position and all benefits are denominated and paid in Ugandan Shillings. Bioversity’s remuneration package includes a competitive salary, leave provisions and medical insurance. The initial contract will be for a period of three years, subject to a probationary period of twelve months and is renewable based on performance and availability of funds.

Applications: Please apply online through Bioversity Job Opportunities web page ([) by clicking the “Apply” button, completing the online application and attaching the required information no later than ](**[23 June 2018](**[ or through postal systems (P. O. Box 24384, Kampala, Uganda) or by hand at Plot 106, Katalima Road, Naguru, Kampala, Uganda. Please note that in the application you are required to provide the contact details (address, telephone number and e-mail address) of at least three referees, which Bioversity will contact for short listed applicants.](

Bioversity is an equal opportunity employer and strives for staff diversity.

How to apply:

Applications: Please apply online through Bioversity Job Opportunities web page ( by clicking the “Apply” button, completing the online application and attaching the required information no later than 23 June 2018 or through postal systems (P. O. Box 24384, Kampala, Uganda) or by hand at Plot 106, Katalima Road, Naguru, Kampala, Uganda. Please note that in the application you are required to provide the contact details (address, telephone number and e-mail address) of at least three referees, which Bioversity will contact for short listed applicants.

Uganda: Transport Officer Based in Moroto-Re-advertised-01 Vacancy (Open to Ugandan Nationals Only)

Organization: Mercy Corps
Country: Uganda
Closing date: 08 Jun 2018


Mercy Corps is an international non-profit organization which implements high-quality, analytical development programs in very difficult places. Mercy Corps has been operating in Uganda since 2006. It has and continues to implement programs in Acholi and Karamoja sub regions. Mercy Corps is taking a community-led, market driven approach to address poverty and food insecurity needs through interventions that get to the root causes and contributing factors of economic vulnerability. Donors include the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), DFID, Mastercard Foundation, WALMART Foundation, Coca Cola Africa Foundation, US Depart of State (DOS) /PEPFAR, ECHO and Nike Foundation.


The Transport Officer will work within the Operations department, committed to provide reliable and compliant support to program activities in order to achieve efficient service to program beneficiaries. The Transport Officer will provide safe, transport services for MC program and support staff in the described Area of Responsibility (AOR). Through enforcing the established Mercy Corps Fleet Management Policy Guidelines, the Transport Officer will adhere to all traffic and MC safety rules and follow the transport guidelines required by the MC transport department. In addition to these duties the Transport Officer manages the safety of all assigned vehicles and keeps proper records of vehicle related documentation.


Transport Management:

· General management of agency vehicles in co-operation with the Operations Director.

· Ensure that all vehicles are safe and road-worthy.

· Ensure that all vehicles have proper on-board vehicle documentation.

· Maintain administrative vehicle files for each vehicle.

· Continuous tracking of vehicle log-sheets; responsible for monthly compilation and submission of log-sheets.

· Schedule vehicle use to meet programmatic and operational needs.

· Ensure trip tickets are used by program staff and approved by necessary persons.

· Maintain vehicle movement board daily.

· Oversee and ensure proper use of the vehicles.

· Oversee fuel consumption purchase and tracking including coordination with gas station(s)

· Organize cleaning of vehicles.

· Organize regular service schedules for vehicles. Maintain service schedule files.

· Ensure major repairs are done in a timely manner.

· Track vehicle expenses in accordance with the respective procurement policy.

· File Monthly Vehicle Consumables sheet for each vehicle separately.

· Order and maintain stock of spare parts and consumables.

· Manage drivers’ leave schedules ensuring smooth operation of the fleet.

· Coordinate with Human Resources to ensure proper tracking of drivers’ HR files.

· Ensure drivers are licensed and trained.

· Participate in hiring and disciplinary measures for drivers.

· Coordinate with communications department to ensure regular vehicle communications.

· Ensure security measures for vehicles such as parking, storage of keys, emergency supplies, etc.

· Work in close coordination with Security, organize levies as needed for field trips.

· Ensure that security incident reports are completed and filed (if related to vehicles).

· Ensure that accident reports are completed and filed.

· Responsible for oversight of vehicle rentals including tracking of leases and payments.

Asset Management:

· Act as Asset Controller for MC Uganda

· Maintenance a computerized asset database of all assets belonging to Mercy Corps Uganda program (includes coordination with finance department).

· Assist with implementation of asset tracking system including use of asset tags, movement of assets and upkeep of an asset register.

· Making of asset MC System as it could be centralized through main office Kampala.

· All other activities as assigned to ensure the smooth logistics operation;

· Conduct himself/herself both professionally and personally in such a manner as to bring credit to Mercy Corps and to not jeopardize its humanitarian mission in Uganda.


· The ideal candidate for the Mercy Corps Transport Officer job placement should hold a Bachelor’s degree in Transport and Logistics Management or a closely related field.

· A minimum of three years’ experience in vehicle fleet management preferred

· Computer literate; strong MS-Excel and MS Word skills

· Good spoken and written English

· Valid drivers’ license and extensive driving experience with a clean record

· Thorough technical knowledge of Toyota Land Cruiser and Toyota Hilux vehicles

· Conscientious with an excellent sense of judgment

· Excellent organizational skills

· Ability to work simultaneously on multiple tasks

· Willingness and ability to work effectively with a wide variety of people

· Ability to work as part of a team and coordinate with project personnel.

How to apply:

Applications: Submit your online application to the Senior HR and Legal Manager by clicking on the following link ,Clearly state your salary requirements on the cover letter, attach your CV (with 3 referees 1 of whom should have been your direct supervisor), and copies of academic qualifications/certificates. Deadline for Submission: Close of business on Friday, 08th June, 2018. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted by Mercy Corps. Mercy Corps is an equal opportunity employer; qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Kindly note that this is a re-advertisement, applicants who had applied earlier do not need to re-apply.

Uganda: Community Accountability Reporting Mechanism (CARM) Officer

Organization: Mercy Corps
Country: Uganda
Closing date: 08 Jun 2018


In July 2016, a new wave of violence erupted in South Sudan and led to more than one million South Sudanese refugees taking refuge in West Nile districts of Uganda. Mercy Corps began responding to this crisis in December 2016, and remains on the ground to support people in meeting both basic needs and catalyzing opportunities for self-reliance over the long-term. With funding from European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO), Department for International Development (DFID), NetHope, and United States Agency for International Development (USAID/OFDA); Mercy Corps is using a blended approach recognizing the importance of engaging both refugees and host communities and building upon existing structures in the West Nile region to address the poorly operating market systems. This includes a specific focus on access to technology, agricultural value chains, support of social enterprises and increasing access to financial services.


Under the supervision of the MEL Specialist, the CARM Officer will work on establishing/maintaining and continuously strengthening the community accountability system of the Mercy Corps West Nile team. S/he will be managing the day-to-day accountability processes of the organization, including handling of program participant and stakeholder complaints and feedback. The CARM Officer will lead in the design, improvement and implementation of CARMs. S/he will be responsible for internal and/or external referrals, compilation of reports on feedback and regular provision of recommendations to the programs for improving the response with evidence based learning.


1. Design and implement CARM system and tools

● Develop/maintain community accountability reporting mechanisms and follow up system.

● Lead data entry and management of the CARM database.

● Communicate and disseminate feedback/complaints handling procedures, policies and tools as appropriate to program participants/clients, program staff and other stakeholders.

● Manage handling of a centralized telephone complaints line and internet feedback mechanism (On rotation basis with the MEL team)

● Maintenance of an effective record and filing system for all complaints solved and pending issues, including correspondence and other related documents for quick and easy reference.

● Ensure that all feedback is kept confidential and access to that information is in line with Mercy Corps guidelines and SOPs, including appropriate referrals to Senior Leadership Team for allegations involving staff misconduct.

● Support MEL and Program teams on program participants’/clients accountability and learning systems.

● Follow-up with relevant stakeholders on agreed upon system corrections, adjustments to guidelines and SOPs and actions, informing and strategizing with the MEL Specialist & West Nile Team Leader.

2. Reporting

● Provide timely feedback to MEL Specialist and program teams on feedback and concerns raised by communities, partners, & stakeholders on project activities, and elevate significant complaints involving staff misconduct to Senior Leadership Team.

● Prepare monthly reports on feedback and complaints, provide recommendations and share them interactively with program teams to ensure uptake and implementation.

● In coordination with the Program teams, track all the actions taken in response to feedback and complaints and include them as appropriate in the CARM monthly report, and program donor reports.

● Provide feedback to the program participants/clients, and stakeholders accordingly, whenever required.

3. Staff training and capacity building

● Train staff on CARM/Feedback SOPs, compliance and accountability tools, and other processes as required.

4. Internal and External Coordination

● Maintain regular coordination/management and working relationships with CARM counterparts in other relevant National/International NGOs, UNHCR/OPM, Private Sector Actors, and Associations in West Nile region whenever necessary.


● A University Degree in community psychology, social sciences, economics, statistics, demography, and/or relevant field in art and humanities.

● At least three years of relevant work experience and technical skills of managing a remote data collection and data management, principles of data protection, experience in quantitative and quantitative data analysis preferably with an international or national Non-Governmental Organization (NGO).

● Proven interest & commitment to humanitarian and development principles, codes of conduct (including on the Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse) and a demonstrable understanding of conflict contexts and remote work.

● Demonstrated integrity and discretion in handling of sensitive information, and familiarity with referrals procedures

● Proven ability in report writing.

● Fluency in both verbal and written English.

● Excellent computer skills: proficiency in MS Office package, and at least basic knowledge of database management

How to apply:

Applications: Submit your online application to the Senior HR and Legal Manager by clicking on the following link Clearly state your salary requirements on the cover letter, attach your CV (with 3 referees 1 of whom should have been your direct supervisor), and copies of academic qualifications/certificates. Deadline for Submission: Close of business on Friday, 08th June, 2018. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted by Mercy Corps. Mercy Corps is an equal opportunity employer; qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Head of Sales and Marketing Career Placement – Uganda Clays Limited (UCL)

Organisation: Uganda Clays Limited (UCL)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Managing Director
Uganda Clays Limited is Uganda’s leading manufacturer of quality clay baked construction products since 1950 and is listed on Uganda’s Securities Exchange. The head offices are located at 14Km on Entebbe Road, with a factory situated at Kamonkoli in Eastern Uganda and another at Mbarara Sales Outlet.
Job Summary: The Head of Sales and Marketing will be leading the development and implementation of Uganda Clays’ (UCL) Marketing, Sales and Distribution strategies; contributing to the success of UCL by ensuring that income from sales is in line with the targets expressed in the Business Plan.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • Actively contribute to the executive management of Uganda Clays and ensure that sales and marketing activities support corporate goals.
  • Ensure that department goals match with corporate goals.
  • Ensure that UCL is actively engaged in establishing and strengthening strategic relations with stakeholders and influencers.
  • Steer the Sales and Marketing Team in a way that empowers them to sell and market UCL products efficiently and effectively, and deliver excellent customer service.
  • Ensure proper and effective utilisation of the finances associated with Sales and Marketing.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
  • The applicant must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Commerce, Business Administration with specialisation in Marketing from a recognised institution.
  • MBA or Advanced Degree in Marketing.
  • CIM qualification.
  • At least ten years of sales and or marketing experience, three of which must have been in similar position.
  • Good working knowledge in ERP, particularly Navision or such related software.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Highly structured and self-driven work approach.
How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested candidates should send their applications and updated CVs, copies of certificates/ testimonials and addresses of three (3) referees plus day-time telephone contact to the address below:
Head of Human Resources and Support Services,
Uganda Clays Limited,
P.O. Box 3188 Kampala, Uganda.
Deadline: 4th June 2018

8 No Experience Diploma Jobs – Engineering Technicians – Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC)

Organization: Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) is the public broadcaster of Uganda. It was founded as a result of the “Uganda Broadcasting Corporation Act, 2004”, which merged the operations of Uganda Television (UTV) and Radio Uganda. It started broadcasting on November 16, 2005.
Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate for the Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) Engineering Technician job placement must hold a Diploma in Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering
  • Proven experience in the field.
How to Apply: 
If you believe you have the above skills and experience and desire to join the UBC in the aforementioned capacity, please apply by sending a detailed C.V, copies of certified testimonials addressed to: Managing Director, Uganda Broadcasting Corporation, Broadcast House, Plot 17-19 Nile Avenue, P.O. Box 2038, Kampala. Uganda.
NB: Please clearly indicate position title on the envelope. The applications should be delivered to the Recruitment Secretariat at the UBC Administration Block.