6000 No Experience Field Sales and Marketing Job Positions - Development Channel UK

Organization: Development Channel UK 
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda

About US:
Development Channel is a conglomerate of 25 Start-Up UK companies founded by an African-born, Pan-African enthusiast and committed to bridging the development divide between Africa and the developed world through the use of highly innovative and empathy driven companies to create a strong middle class, food security and strong infrastructure among the world’s most disadvantaged.  We are launching our operations in Uganda through the great award winning concept of compassionate capitalism and social entrepreneurship in an unprecedented initiative known as “Uganda Poverty Alleviation Program” and the “Single Mother Support Program.”

About Program:
Uganda Poverty Alleviation program is an unprecedented initiative designed to reduce poverty among Ugandans while simultaneously increasing access to information technology. The average Ugandan gets a once in a lifetime opportunity to be a shareholder of a conglomerate of 25 Start-Up UK companies who has decided to share their profits with selected Ugandans for a lifetime through their simple purchase of its branded computer tablets.

We seek the services of very aggressive communicators and experienced people in FIELD SALES to help in our grassroots campaign to enlighten, educate and enroll the public into this wonderful, life enhancing opportunity.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Grassroots sensitization of people.
  • Enrollment of the people into the program.
  • Liaison and support between the people and the office.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:  
  • The applicant must be educated with great communication skills
  • Available to coordinate a grassroots campaign with the aim of enrolling people into the initiative.
  • Previous experience in field sales or other grassroots related experience such as charity work, church outreach or political campaigns.

Duration: Permanent (You will work on other offers from the organization after the poverty alleviation program offer ends).

Compensations:
  • Monthly salary of UGX 300, 000 monthly upon meeting target of 10 enrollments per month.
  • UGX 20, 000 additional bonuses per enrollment.
  • Free Computer tablet upon satisfactory performance.

How to Apply:
All applicants should send their updated CVs to fieldsales@developmentchannel.tv for invitation to orientation and interview. Offer starts immediately!


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Health Consultancy Jobs - Provision of Technical Support – Uganda National AIDS Spending Assessment (NASA) - QED Group, LLC

Organization: QED Group, LLC
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Duration: January to April 2018 (30 Days)

About QED:
The QED Group, LLC is a full-service international development firm that provides practical solutions to social problems through sound analysis, proven management techniques, and creative implementation. We focus our efforts on two core practice areas: Monitoring & Evaluation and Knowledge Management. We work with U.S. agencies and overseas governments, international donors, private-sector clients, and PVOs/NGOs in more than 80 countries around the world. Key clients include USAID, the U.S. Department of State, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the U.S. Trade and Development Agency.

About NASA:
National AIDS Spending Assessment (NASA) offers an improved understanding of the current levels of spending and resource allocation across various programmes and interventions. The Uganda AIDS Commission (UAC) conducted the last NASA in Uganda in 2012. The last NASA covered the financial years 2008/2009 and 2009/2010. The UAC entered into a partnership with Makerere University School of Public Health (MUSPH) to implement the NASA starting with 3 financial years: 2013/2014, 2014/2015, and 2015/2016; and to set up a system to routinely collect NASA data to facilitate timely availability of HIV expenditure information for the period 2015/16-2019/20. The phase one NASA is expected to lay a foundation for the AIDS spending assessments for 2016/17 -2019/20 in an institutionalized approach.  In this partnership, UAC provides overall oversight and coordination of the NASA while MUSPH is responsible for study design, data collection, and analysis and reporting.

The MUSPH, although very experienced in undertaking research, is implementing resource tracking for HIV the first time, and therefore requires Technical Assistance during the first phase of implementing; for quality assurance.

Bench-marking Ghana NASA:
Recently a delegation of 7 Uganda NASA Task Team conducted a NASA bench-marking study visit in Ghana and observed that Ghana has successfully institutionalized the NASA and produce annual NASA reports.  It is against this background that the Technical support is sought to provide quality assurance to the whole NASA process to ensure compliance with international guidelines and standards.

Job Summary: The overall objective of technical support is to review and support improvement of quality control measures to ensure integrity of the NASA and adherence to international guidelines and standards. The specific objectives of the technical support are:
·         To strengthen local capacity (including; the Task Team, MUSPH, data collection & entry teams) in coordination, data collection, entry, cleaning, data analysis, and reporting
·         To provide guidance and support for estimating expenditures that cannot be captured from records.
·         To review the NASA Pilot report with the core NASA team to provide guidance and strategies to address the challenges.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:
·         Lead the review and discussion on the planned approach to NASA by the Uganda NASA team.
·         Keenly review and lead the discussion on data collection and analysis, including review of data collection tools, with aim of troubleshooting potential challenges and providing guidance on mitigation of any anticipated challenges
·         Review the mapping of stakeholders, adapted tools, determination of costs, data collection and validation plan, provide guidance and develop local capacity to strengthen the aforementioned areas. Participate in field data collection to observe and develop local capacity in data collection.
·         Participate in the training of NASA teams including; the Task Team, MUSPH, data collection & data entry teams; in coordination, data collection, entry, cleaning, data analysis, and reporting
·         Review the NASA Report


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:  
·         The applicant must hold a Master’s Degree in Health Financing, Financial Management, or other relevant area
·         Five years’ experience in Resource Tracking or conducting Spending Assessments
·         Significant experience in data collection and analysis in the field, especially in settings where information is not formally recorded
·         Work experience in Uganda preferred
·         Work experience in HIV/AIDS programming preferred. 

Key Deliverables:
·         Report on strengthening the local capacity in the following areas: data collection, entry, determination of costs, data validation, analysis, and reporting.
·         An independent review report on the review of the final NASA report, including a detailed description of the quality control process with a focus on integrity/rigor and adherence with international standards
·         Clear assumptions for estimating expenditures
·         Produce monthly status updates. 

Duration:  A total of 30 working days in Kampala, with more technical support being provided offshore.

How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested candidates who meet the above criteria should send their CV, cover letter and Bio Data Form, download here, expressing interest to thelearningcontract.recruit@gmail.com with the title mentioned in the subject line.

Deadline: 23rd December 2017 by 5:00pm Ugandan Time

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Human Resource Officer Job Careers - Carlcare Service Limited

Job Title:         Human Resource Officer
Organisation: Carlcare Service Limited
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda

About US:
Carlcare Service Limited was established in Hong Kong in 2009 with an aim to provide professional service support to mobile phones and other electronic consumer products, and over the years has become a leading service brand for consumer electronics in South East Asia, Middle East and Africa. Currently, Carlcare is providing full service support for TECNO, Infinix and Itel, three worldwide famous mobile phone brands.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for providing expertise & fulfillment of recruitment needs across the office in a timely manner
  • Identify appropriate resourcing solutions depending on the nature of the role whilst maintaining our focus on direct hiring and low-cost sourcing
  • Effective candidate management, vetting, and reference checking
  • Ensure effective use of a number of systems and tools, including the Applicant Tracking System
  • Ensure the offer and on-boarding process is conducted accurately and smoothly with the relevant internal teams kept up to date
  • Ensure the use of Psychometric assessments are consistent and engaged
  • Conducting market mapping using a variety of tools and actively approaching candidate
  • Production of timely and accurate reports relating to recruitment activity and new joiners
  • Network with peers and other contacts in the market to grow your personal brand and knowledge of the sector/industry
  • Continuously looking for opportunities to innovate and demonstrating best practice at all times


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:  
  • The Carlcare Service Limited Human Resource Officer must hold Bachelor’s degree in business related course
  • Four years’ experience in a similar role.
  • Ability to work under pressure and with minimum supervision

How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested candidates should deliver their applications including an updated CV, cover letter, and copies of academic qualifications to the address below:

Carlcare Service Limited,
Prism Building (Next to E-Tower), Kampala Road
6th Floor, Plot 71/73, Kampala

Or: send an email to hr.ug@transsion.com (please clearly indicate job applied for in subject of Email)

Deadline: 21st December 2017 by 5:00 PM


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Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Job Opportunity - Tugende

Organisation: Tugende
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

About Us:
Tugende is a for-profit social enterprise that helps motorcycle taxi drivers in Uganda own their own motorcycles via a fair, transparent lease-to-own model instead of renting indefinitely. Ownership significantly increases income, job security and road safety. Across Uganda and many other emerging markets, motorcycles help drive the economy, mitigate traffic jams and bad roads, and offer hundreds of thousands of jobs for those with little formal education. Tugende is proving that millions of self-employed entrepreneurs can receive credit to own the equipment they use to provide for their families, even without credit histories, collateral, and in industries considered high risk by traditional lenders. We currently serve over 3,943 customers in Kampala, Mbarara, Jinja, and Mbale. We plan to expand to at least 10 locations in Uganda over the next 1-2 years and then to regional neighbours which may include Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania and South Sudan.

Job Summary: The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will provide both strategic and operational support to the organization and will provide input on all strategic and tactical matters as they relate to budget management, forecasting needs and the securing of new funding.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:   
  • Strategy & Planning: Play an active role in the formulation and execution of Tugende’s strategic direction.
    • Work alongside other members of the Executive Management Team (CEO, COO) to develop and achieve the organization’s strategic vision including:
      • Developing regional and international expansion plans
      • Identifying business development opportunities (for example, launching new products and services, identifying acquisition targets, etc.)
      • Identify and report on areas of organization efficiency & inefficiency and recommend strategies for investing or divesting
    • Monitor the progress of the company in meeting its strategic goals:
      • Oversee the formulation of the annual budget / forecast as well as the long-term financial projection, both of which are based on the organization’s strategic goals and on economic forecasts
      • Report results vs. forecast on a regular basis, with an eye to both timeliness and accuracy
      • Identify areas of improvement across the business and work with relevant parties to implement them
      • Develop and maintain relationships with banks, lenders, investors, investment bankers, insurers, regulators, and outside analysts
Finance Operations: Oversee the day-to-day functioning of the Finance department:
  • Supervise all finance personnel and directly manage team of financial controllers and financial analyst
  • Manage the finance components of the company’s systems and suggest improvement
  • Oversee the compilation of financial information into financial statements, and the presentation of this information to management, the board of directors, and the investment community
  • Manage vendor relationships and provide input towards pricing and credit terms
Risk Management: Understand the current and potential risks to which Tugende is subjected and take steps to mitigate them.
  • Improve internal control systems
  • Shift risk to other parties through insurance coverage
  • Report on risk issues to the Board of Directors
  • Ensure that the business complies with all regulatory, legal, and tax requirements
  • Monitor legal issues involving the company, as well as legal issues impacting the entire industry
  • Review and act upon the findings and recommendations of internal and external auditors

Financing and Treasury Management: Monitor Tugende’s cash position and arrange for additional funding, as necessary.
  • Monitor cash balances across all Tugende geographies and ensure cash flow is appropriate for the organization’s operations and to meet the organization’s goals
  • Evaluate the organization’s capital structure and recommend the short-, medium-, and long-term mix of debt & equity to maximize the organization’s value
  • Actively identify short-term investment opportunities by considering cash and liquidity risks and maximize return on invested funds
  • Develop the organization’s fundraising targets and arrange for financing to meet future cash requirements
  • Identify potential debt and equity partners including, but not limited to, angel investors, institutional investors, private equity and private wealth funds, and development finance institutions (DFIs)
  • Consolidate these disparate groups to secure large tranches ($20MM and above) of capital
Professional Development: Continually update finance-related knowledge and skills by
  • Staying abreast of new regulations across all Tugende geographies
  • Participating in continuing education opportunities including both in-person events (e.g., conferences, seminars, etc.) and online courses
  • Reading professional publications
  • Maintaining personal networks
  • Participating in professional organizations

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
  • The applicant for the Tugende Chief Financial Officer (CEO) job placement should preferably hold a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or relevant field; Possession of an MSc/MBA is an added advantage.
  • Professional accounting qualifications i.e. CPA / ACCA are desired
  • At least five to seven years of financial and management experience; managing the day-to-day financial operations of an organization of at least 50 staff persons.
  • Proven experience as CFO, finance officer, controller or relevant role
  • Raised debt or equity capital of at least $5MM
  • Significant experience in developing or expanding strategic business units or entire businesses
  • Excellent knowledge of data analysis and forecasting methods; an analytical mind, comfortable with numbers
  • Strong leadership and organizational skills
  • Previous experience working in similar lease-to-own / asset financing businesses is desired
  • East African national
  • Fluency in Luganda, Kinyarwanda, or Swahili will be advantageous

How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at the link below.


Deadline: 31st January 2018

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Regional Program Officer for Adolescent Girls Job Placement - Children’s Rights and Violence Prevention Fund (CRVPF)

Organisation: Children’s Rights and Violence Prevention Fund (CRVPF)
Duty Station:  Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: CRVPF Executive Director

About US:
Children’s Rights and Violence Prevention Fund (CRVPF) is a regional intermediary that provides grants for Community Based Organizations (CBO’s) and local NGO’s working with children, adolescent’s families, communities and schools. CRVP Fund objectives is to prevent violence, the sexual abuse and exploitation of children and adolescent in Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania and Ethiopia. 

About Project:
CRVPF with the financial and technical support of NoVo Foundation and Purposeful Productions is developing a regional adolescent Girl-led project in Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia and Kenya.  The Girls Academy is a capacity strengthening, movement building and grassroots funding initiative. The Girls Academy exists to foster critical, intersectional feminist thinking amongst practitioners; support the formation of national and regional sites of solidarity; and connect grassroots programmers with longer term and flexible funding needed to fundamentally transform the structures that deny girls the right to live in their full power. The project objective is to prevent unplanned and early adolescent girls migration, support older girl’s safe movement and build assets with girls that have survived abusive and exploitative migration. The project plan to collaborate with adolescent girls and women groups, community Based Organizations (CBO’s) and local NGO’s. CRVPF plan to employ a Regional Program Officer that will lead this new and exciting initiative.

Job Summary: The Regional Program Officer for Adolescent Girls will work closely with CRVPF executive director and Purposeful Productions team to oversee the grant making and support adolescent girls led projects. She will develop partnership with adolescent girls and women’s groups, Community Based Organizations (CBO’s) and local NGO’s, training and research institutions. In consultation with the executive director. The program officer will developgrant-making criteria; work closely with other partners and perform due diligence prior to grant making, encourage potential partners to apply to Request for Proposal (RFP) in cluster form,conduct rigorous monitoring and evaluation on all grants. 

Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Develop and Implement Overall Adolescent Girl Strategy; Grant Making Criteria; Solicit, Coordinate, Monitor, and facilitate evaluation of the program to enhance experience sharing and learning. The duty station will be at CRVP Fund regional office in Kampala with frequent travel to project areas in Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia and Tanzania.
  • Work with CRVPF Executive Director, Purposeful Productionsstaff todevelop and implement the overall adolescent girl strategic approach.
  • Develop, implement, and periodically review and revise grant-making criteria’s.
  • Identify potential partners; solicit proposals from appropriate Girls and women groups, CBO’s, local NGOs to support the effective projects in the target countries.
  • Involve in system and movement buildings in collaboration with adolescent girls and key stakeholders.
  • Collaborate closely with NGO’s, CBO’s with similar missions particularly to support best work to directly benefit adolescent girls. 
  • Ensure optimal allocation of resources, proper documentation, tracking, and monitoring of all grants in collaboration with other relevant grants administration, finance, and program staff.
  • Conduct field visits for assessment of project potential for grant making and encouraging partners to work in cluster approaches.
  • Work closely with grantees and other stakeholders to ensure effective and successful project implementation, including developing and modifying strategies to effectively utilize available resources. 
  • Ensure rigorous monitoring and evaluation of all grants through direct undertaking and/or recruiting and supervising consultant/s.
External Partnership Development and Resource Mobilization: 
  • Assist CRVPF with project design partnerships to provide strategically and technically sound collaboration with partners, as well as enhance the realization of CRVPF goals and grant making. 
  • Contribute to the development of concept notes, proposals, and fundraising appeals to increase resources for CRVPF adolescent girl portfolio.
Telling the Story – Public Affairs and Resource Mobilization:
  • Work closely with the team to provide accurate and timely substantive information for reports, briefings, and partnership development use.
  • Coordinate messages and information related to country and regional programs and other programmatic content for internal and external sharing.
Other Duties:
  • Participate in special projects as they arises, including research, conferences and seminars, managing logistics for events and meetings as required.
  • Develop briefing papers and program-related reports that broadly contribute to the CRVPF understanding of new approaches and best practices in adolescent girl programming.
  • Co-design and participate in appropriate country, regional and global level conferences, trainings, and consultations to further the goals of the adolescent girl portfolio, such as to enhance advocacy for adolescent girls at country and regional level.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
The Regional Program Officer expected to have the following educational background and work experiences for the post. We encourage women to apply for the post.
  • Advanced degree in Social work, feminist / women’s studies; public health, international development, or other relevant fields.
  • 8-10 years’ experience in one or more of the following areas: Adolescent girls education or health (particularly reproductive or sexual), economic empowerment, public mobilization for women and adolescent programs, advocacy work for girls’ and women’s human rights and empowerment; experience working in Eastern African countries. 
  • Experience in complex project development and management, particularly in East African countries. 
  • Outstanding communication skills including proven ability in: writing, editing, budget development and monitoring, meeting facilitation, and public speaking.
  • Experience and familiarity with the feminist community and women groups in the region and globally.
  • Grant-making experience, self-starter with excellent judgment; proven ability to drive multiple aspects of projects from inception to implementation within limited timeframe, particularly East African country contexts.
  • Strong skills working in teams and across many types of organizations – collaborator; problem solver; relationship-builder; and strong inter-personal skills.
  • Stress tolerance and resilience; sense of humor; highly organized; attention to detail; and ability to work under pressure with multiple and shifting priorities. 
  • Multi-cultural experience and willingness to travel (at least 25%) her time.
  • Experience in system and movement building on behalf of women and adolescent girls.

NB: We encourage women to apply for the post. We are looking for someone that shares our values and beliefs and committed to transform the lives of adolescent girls; contributing to and creating a restructuring of power and a new paradigm in which all girls are valued; and dismantling the structures that prevent adolescent girls from exercising their power.

How to Apply:
All applications must include:
         An updated résumé / CV;
  • A cover letter clearly indicating your experience and interest and contributions.
  • why you think you are suitable for the job, and your salary requirement (you must specify an actual amount and range); and
         One writing sample (No less than 3 and no more than 5 pages), No Phone calls Please
Applicant is encouraged to send their relevant documents to the following e-mail addresses,
  1. Sheilla Ahumuza: e-mail: sheilla.ahumuza@crvpf.orgor
  2. Fassil W. Marriam: e-mail: fassil.marriam@crvpf.org

Deadline: 12th January 2018

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