3 Entry Level Data Field Officer NGO Jobs – Justice and Advocacy for Women and Children Uganda (JAWCU)

Job Title:              Data Field Officer (3 Entry-Level Jobs)
Organisation: Justice and
Advocacy for Women and Children Uganda (JAWCU) 
Duty Station: Uganda
About US:
Justice and Advocacy for Women and Children Uganda (JAWCU) is a
national non-governmental organization based in Uganda. We believe in equality
in dignity, and respect for human rights. Our quest for equality is directed at
marginalized groups. JAWCU’s work revolves around promoting social justice and
community development by advocating for protection of the vulnerable groups’
rights. We believe that if the vulnerable groups like women, children, youth,
the disabled, people living with HIV/AIDS and others are empowered, and made to
realize their full potential, they would be an asset to economic development.
About Project:
Justice and Advocacy for Women and Children in Uganda is implementing
the DREAMS Project in the three sub counties of Maddu, Kanoni, Kyegonza in
Gomba district.
Key Duties and
Responsibilities:  
  • The Data Field Officer will be tasked with
    compiling and recording information/data about AGYWs in the DREAMS
    registers.
  • In charge of ensuring all AGYWs have sim
    cards distributed to them as their unique identifier.
  • Tasked with daily updating of the data
    into the UDTS as guided by the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer.
  • Work in liaison with the Peer
    Facilitators, Girl Mentors, sub county coordinators at the safe spaces to
    ensure consistency of the data.
  • Enter the data from the health facilities.
  • Performs any other responsibility as
    guided by the supervisor.



Qualifications, Skills and
Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate for the DREAMS Project
    Data Field Officer should preferably a Bachelor’s degree in information
    technology, monitoring and evaluation or any related field. Applicants
    with diplomas and relevant experience can also apply.
  • At least two years’ experience in data
    processing and usage of applications in health systems.
  • Excellent interpersonal relationship.
  • Hands-on knowledge and experience in use
    of the UDTs.
  • Capable of working and living in a rural
    setting.
  • Willingness to work as a team.
  • Ability to ride a motorcycle is an added
    advantage.
How to Apply: 
All suitably qualified and interested candidates are encouraged to send
their applications and updated CVs by hard copy delivered to our offices
addressed to:
Human Resource Office,
Justice and Advocacy for Women and Children Uganda,
Plot 959 Block 216 Bukenya Zone,
Buye Village, Ntinda
P.O. Box 36601, Kampala. Uganda
NB: Only shortlisted
candidates will be contacted.
Deadline: 6th
September 2017

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