Community-Based Inclusive Development (CBID) Social Worker – VVF Project NGO Jobs – CoRSU


Job Title:    Community-Based Inclusive
Development (CBID) Social Worker – VVF Project

Organisation: Comprehensive
Rehabilitation Services for people with disability in Uganda (CoRSU)

Duty Station:  Kisubi,
Wakiso, Uganda

Reports to:
(CBID) Social Work Team Leader


About US:

Rehabilitation Services for people with disability in Uganda (CoRSU) was
established in 2006 as a private non-profit, nongovernmental organization and
is supported by CBM (Christian Blind Mission). CoRSU provides Orthopaedic
Surgery, Plastic Surgery and Rehabilitation, mainly for children as well as
adults with disability.


Job Summary:  The Community-Based Inclusive Development
(CBID) Social Worker will promote the delivery of efficient and Social Services
that enhances quality of life for persons with disabilities and particularly
children through Rehabilitation, Disability Awareness, Social Inclusion, Child
Safeguarding and Provision of Social Support services to Patients and Caregivers.


He/she should be
fluent in Langi-Luo language so as to ensure better interpretation and
communication of services to the patients that receive rehabilitation and
social interventions, provide mentorship to Social Work Volunteers, Caregivers
and engages into rural community mobilization work.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

applicant must hold a University Degree in Disability studies, Community Based
Rehabilitation, Social work/Social Science, and Community Development Studies
or its equivalent.

training in Community Rehabilitation, Advocacy, leadership and mobilisation
skills is added advantage.

years of experience in Disability, Community Based Rehabilitation and Community
development work.

computer skills (MS Word, Excel and Power point)

in Disability management, Advocacy work, Community Based Rehabilitation work
and familiar with rehabilitation in Uganda.

communication, presentation social, reporting and Training Skills. Knowledge of
English, Langi-Luo language among others


How to Apply:

All qualified
persons should submit their applications (detailed CV with covering letter
specifying the project or program of interest) and copies of academic
qualifications to The Head of Human Resources, CoRSU Hospital

P. O. Box 46 Kisubi,


Email to:;



indicate the position you are applying for in the email/application subject and
all attachments should be in one pdf file.

that only shortlisted candidates will be notified for interviews.

persons with Disabilities (PWDs) and CoRSU employees that would like to take up
any of these positions and that meet the job specifications are encouraged to


Deadline: Monday 22nd February 2021.


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