Programme Officer Gender Based Violence GBV Prevention NGO Jobs – Inter-Religious Council of Uganda (IRCU)

Organization: Inter-Religious
Council of Uganda (IRCU)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
About US:
Inter-Religious Council of Uganda (IRCU) is a national Faith-Based
Non-Government Organization comprising of the Roman Catholic Church, the Church
of Uganda, the Uganda Orthodox Church, the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council, the
Seventh-day Adventist Church, the Pentecostal and Evangelical Churches. IRCU’s
Vision is: ‘a divinely peaceful, united, prosperous Uganda where all people
enjoy full health and freedoms for the common good.’ The Council implements a
range of programs namely HIV/AIDS and Public Health, Gender Based Violence
Prevention, Peace, Justice and Governance.
Job Summary: The Programme
Officer Gender Based Violence Prevention will support the implementation of the
GBV programme and work closely with other organizations and actors to ensure a
comprehensive prevention and response initiatives.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
Render support in the maintenance of GBV mechanisms
in line with the GBV framework and policies
The incumbent will support in the documentation and
sharing programming information with your immediate Supervisor in line with the
GBV Policy guidelines
Prepare and submit regular GBV monitoring reports
for IRCU members and donors.
Actively participate in the IRCU reviews / reflections
on GBV program activities
Participate in the preparation of plans and budgets
for the GBV function in line with IRCU financial procedures
Take part in the sourcing and accounting of
financial and material resources within the GBV section
Perform any other duties as assigned by the
Qualifications, Skills and
The Programme Officer Gender Based Violence
Prevention should preferably hold a University degree in law, international
law, human rights law, and gender studies, social work, or other social
sciences, public health, community health, or international relations related
field. Possession of a Masters’ degree will be an added advantage.
Working knowledge and skills in participatory
methods for community development and mobilization
At least five years’ experience in the area of
gender- based violence, awareness and knowledge of gender issues including
reproductive health and protection.
Note: Evidenced work experience shall
be required for all positions. Female qualified candidates are encouraged to
How to Apply: 
The candidates
should send an application letter with certified copies of academic
certificates/ transcripts and a letter of recommendation from his/her leader of
Church/ Mosque/place of worship to the address below:
The Secretary
Council of Uganda,
Namirembe Hill,
Plot 884,
Centenary Road,
P.O. Box 7502, Kampala,
Deadline: Monday, 28th September, 2015 by

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