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Business Development Manager (Rwanda) Employment Opportunity - Q-Sourcing Limited


Job Title:        Business Development Manager
Organisation: Q-Sourcing Limited
Duty Station: Kigali, Rwanda

About US:
Q-Sourcing Limited is a manpower management solutions firm operating in the East African Region in the countries of Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and South Sudan. They are recruiting for a valuable client based in Kampala.

Job Summary:  The Business Development Manager will be tasked with driving the development of the School by evaluating its current performance and looking for places where it can improve by identifying opportunities and by building and maintaining long-term relationships with allies and business partners.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
                     Developing growth strategies and plans focused both on financial gain and client satisfaction;
                     Conducting research to identify new markets, business opportunities and viable income streams;
                     Having an in-depth knowledge of the School’s core and ancillary services and its value proposition;
                     Structuring and promoting the School’s core and ancillary services addressing or predicting clients’ objectives;
                     Identifying and mapping the School’s business strengths and client needs;
                     Following industry trends locally and internationally;
                     Coordinating communications to and from the different departments of the School as well as externally;
                     Determining and monitoring the School’s tariff setting procedure;
                     Setting, advising or responding to the managing director, advisory board and any other policy makers on appropriate performance criteria including service coverage, quality standards and client relations;
                     Keep records of revenues, invoices etc;
                     Provide trustworthy feedback and support to parents;
                     Building long-term relationships with new and existing clients/parents;
                     Preparing/Drafting business proposals;
                     Negotiating with different stakeholders whether it be suppliers, government agencies, parents etc;
                     Periodically reporting to the managing director on successes and areas needing improvements as well as structuring solutions;
                     Imposing sanctions for (non-performance) on the departments under him/her;
                     Arbitrating disputes that may arise between the School and clients, or amongst the different departments of the School;
                     In consultation with the principal and advisory board, the business development manager shall supervise the hiring of staff (professionals, technical, admin and support) both within the School as well as appointment of external consultants;
                     Generally managing the School finances and being responsible for approving all administrative and financial reports, external communications and requests, as well as the acquisition of equipment, goods and services.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
                     The ideal candidate must hold a Degree in Business Administration, Economics or Finance; Marketing.
                     At least four to five years of working experience as a business development manager, marketer, sales executive or a relevant role;
                     High-level communication skills;
                     Stakeholder management skills;
                     Proven ability to negotiate;
                     Experience with design and implementation of business development strategy;
                     Conflict resolution;
                     Presentation skills;
                     The ability to self-motivate and motivate a team;
                     Strategic skills (ability to plan months, years in advance with rational thought, a strong sense of priority, and the research skills necessary to understand situations in depth);
                     Business intelligence (understanding competitors and the market as a whole);
                     Experience working to and exceeding targets;
                     Proficiency in English;
                     Communication and negotiation skills;
                     Computer literacy;
                     Ability to build rapport;
                     Time management and planning skills.

How to Apply:
All candidates who meet the criteria outlined as above are encouraged to send a comprehensive CV by e-mail to recruitment@qsourcing.com. Please kindly mark your application as "Application _ Business Development Manager” in the subject line of your email.  

NB: Q-Sourcing Servtec is an equal opportunity employer. Any solicitation will lead to disqualification.

Deadline: 30th d April 2019 by 5:00pm

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Project Manager NGO Careers - CARE International


Job Title:  Project Manager
Organisation: CARE International
Duty Station: Yumbe / Adjumani, Uganda

About US:
CARE (Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere, formerly Cooperative for American Remittances to Europe) is a major international humanitarian agency delivering emergency relief and long-term international development projects. Founded in 1945, CARE is nonsectarian, impartial, and non-governmental. It is one of the largest and oldest humanitarian aid organizations focused on fighting global poverty.

About Project:
CARE Uganda supports the financial inclusion aspirations of women and youth who encounter a distinct set of circumstances, in both humanitarian / emergency and relatively stable environments which places them amongst the vulnerable and marginalized members of their community. Through the Women and Youth Financial Inclusion Program (WAYFIP) women and youth are empowered to obtain diversified and sustainable livelihoods. They are also supported to access equitable financial inclusion and economic opportunities that can be achieved through engaging with markets, promotion of marketable skills and access to and utilization of financial services. CARE believes financial inclusion of women and youth will catalyze new and diversified businesses in the local markets and reduce poverty and vulnerability in their households. The program is largely based on CARE's existing Women's Economic empowerment (WEE) programming where the VSLA methodology contributes to the strategic approach of its core programs. In a bid to strengthen our financial inclusion and women economic empowerment strategic approach among the Conflict affected South Sudanese women, CARE Uganda is in partnership with UN Women to implement a three (3) years (2018 - 2021) Advancing Women's Economic Empowerment and Resilience in South Sudanese Emergency Response" (AWEAR), Programme in Yumbe and Adjumani districts.
The AWEAR programme seeks to increase the opportunities for women for South Sudanese women refugees in Adjumani and Yumbe to:
a)         Lead and participate in refugee and host population decision-making processes,
b)         Access and protect their rights; and
c)         Enhance education and skills and improve economic opportunities and empowerment.

Job Summary:  The Project Manager will be responsible for managing the AWEAR project funded by UN Women and implemented by CARE International in Uganda. AWEAR project is implemented in Yumbe (Bidibidi zone 1,2,3,4) and Adjumani (Majji settlement zone 1,2,3). The AWEAR project runs from October 2018 to August 2020. The project aim is to diversify the livelihood options of refugee women and girls, and their host communities through a menu of dignified, viable and profitable options. AWEAR will also target participants, with a focus on women and girl refugees by increasing their knowledge of financial management, financial literacy skills and their capacity to engage in productive and viable livelihood options. With this intervention, it's anticipated that the Refugee women's agency will increase, including their self-confidence, self-esteem, the knowledge of their rights and the capacity to exercise and claim them and men and boys in their direct environment will display more power sharing attitudes towards them. The risk of women and girls engaging in negative coping behaviors such as transactional sex will reduce as a result of having access to more women friendly livelihood opportunities. Ultimately women's resilience will also improve thanks to having a more diversified livelihood base.
The Project Manager will facilitate an integrated participatory approach in project management, supervision, coordination, planning, and implementation among CARE staff and key strategic/collaborative partners, across the two ear marked refugee settlements and host communities in Yumbe and Adjumani with a focus on cross-learning, 360 degrees' accountability, and monitoring integration aspects. S/he will oversee all project management, administration, and procurement, financial and human resource management according to CARE and donor rules and regulations. S/he will ensure effective implementation of project's visibility and communication plan. S/he will communicate regularly with CARE HQ team in Kampala and UN Women team in the field as well as conducting updates meetings and documenting in the project required reports the project progress and challenges. S/he will also help facilitate the integration of the project with CARE's longer-term and humanitarian programming especially the existing WAY project that mainly focuses on empowerment of women and youth through economic empowerment, GBV prevention and application of tested and tried models and approaches like the SASA, Role Model Men and VSLAs. The PM will act as CARE's and the project primary representative for the project in local and national level fora. S/he will facilitate smooth coordination between the team, implementing partners and other agencies from Government as well as the UN and other INGOs, active in the delivery of similar and complementary interventions to avoid duplication, leverage comparative strengths, and contribute to joint advocacy. The Manager shall be fully compliant with the safety and security procedures of CARE and should be accountable for it. S/he will model CARE's core values and particularly CARE's commitment to Gender Equity and Diversity and ensure CARE"s Safeguarding policies are upheld by all Consortium Members and stakeholders engaging with the Project.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
Overall lead of the Implementation team of the AWEAR Project: Directly lead and guide project staff and all relevant associates i.e. Village Agents and other volunteers to implement the AWEAR Project deliverables (30%).
                     Lead the project implementation in collaboration with both short term and long term partners.
                     Ensure project staff and any collaborative associates are compliant to CARE's core values and gender transformative programmatic approach that emphasizes gender equity and diversity.
                     Oversee the multi sector project assessments and ensure liaison with key relevant stakeholders on data collection and dissemination session.
                     Oversee the roll out of the TOTs in VSL methodology, Cash for work and other technical areas related to Business Skills development, Financial Literacy/ Education, Advanced Business Skills training among others
                     Support the team to identify economic opportunities and increase sources of incomes through targeted cash for work and development of capacities and skills for South Sudanese women.
                     Oversee the skills market assessment study to inform the cash for work project activities
                     Lead the field staff data collection, analysis and submission of quality, informative progress and donor reports in a timely manner.
                     Share overall monitoring progress reports on a regular basis with CARE Program Manager, and other relevant Senior management, as well as the field UN Women coordination teams.
Partnerships and external Collaboration: Ensure a high level of coordination and nurtured relationships with key stakeholders to exploit learning, sharing and dissemination opportunities (25%)
                     Effectively represent the AWEAR Project at relevant fora, particularly ensuring constant collaboration with UN Women field team, UNHCR, OPM, the Livelihoods working group, Cash working group and any other relevant coordinating platform
                     Ensure project beneficiaries and relevant associates participate in all district and regional exchange learning events, dissemination meetings as well as any relevant programmatic business coaching services.
                     Foster linkages and networking between relevant AWEAR project stakeholders both in the private and public sector.
Monitoring and Evaluation: Lead the AWEAR program staff, partners and the M&E unit/ to design and implement monitoring and evaluation systems and relevant tools (25%)
                     Participate in the development and continuous review of the overall project M&E system, tools and procedures
                     Oversee the process of partners operationalizing the global VSLA MIS and other relevant monitoring tools and link them to all the other thematic aspects of the project i.e. market access, business development, women leadership development and cash for work
                     Oversee the quality assurance and preparation of annual implementation plans and project implementation reports
                     Ensure accurate and timely implementation of activities, accurate budget and burn rates monitoring.
                     Ensure the project has an annual plan to for knowledge products and submit them quarterly to the Program Manager and UN Women field teams.
Operational, Human, Financial and Administrative Management (15%)
                     Responsible for the overall management of the project's resources i.e human, financial and assets in line with donors and CARE relevant rules and regulations;
                     Directly supervise a team of CARE staff and volunteers as per CARE HR Manual (setting goals, giving feedback, conducting performance assessments, coaching, mentoring) and indirectly supervise senior staff from implementing partners;
                     Ensure project develops costed action plans, procurement plans, cash projections in a timely manner to allow for appropriate cash flow and goods and services timely availability; ,
                     Create or adapt management systems in line with CARE's standard operating procedures, ensuring consistency with project needs.
                     Oversee flows of funds to the project and beneficiaries and as well review reports both financial and narrative in close coordination with the CARE Head of Finance and programs;
                     Ensure adherence of project implementation in line with the project approved budget, regularly collect and report to the Program Management Unit and relevant project stakeholders on overall burn rates, and prepare proposals on budget reallocations when needed;
Other Responsibilities 5%
                     The Project Manager is responsible for problem solving at a variety of levels. S/he will need to be able to analyze and resolve situations as they arise on a variety of subjects ranging from programming decisions to issues related to coordination with project associates, key stakeholders, other CARE and non-CARE projects in a dynamic context.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience: The Project Manager will have a suitable combination of experience and relevant training in the following technical and programmatic requirements for the position;
                     Post graduate Diploma or Masters in management or in development or humanitarian aid or in Rural and Urban economics or related field
                     At least 5 years proven management experience of complex projects and more preferably in both Humanitarian and development programming
                     Demonstrated experience minimally three years as Project Manager, leading project teams and collaborating with major stakeholders like government, UN peer INGOs etc.
                     Experience with refugee protection and gender based violence programs required;
                     Personal commitment to gender equality and diversity demonstrated by personal actions;
                     Demonstrated capacity to lead teams for success and impactful programming
                     Timely Decision Making, Building Effective Teams, Problem Solving, Functional/ Technical Skills, Strategic Agility and Cross-Cultural Sensitivity
                     Attention to detail
                     Effective Time management skills
                     Team player
                     Organization skills
                     Excellent interpersonal skills
                     Able to work with limited supervision
                     Be able to demonstrate high level of integrity
                     Ability to work under pressure and to meet tight deadlines
                     Our programming is guided by our core values of transformation, Integrity, Diversity, Equality and excellence.

How to Apply:
Candidates who are interested in the above jobs should submit an updated CV and Application letter giving a day time telephone contact and names, telephone contacts and email addresses of 3 (three) work related referees only through our recruitment email: ugarecruitment@care.org clearly indicating the job title in the email subject.

NB: Please note that when you are successful for the above position, CARE will need Verified copies of your academic documents.

Deadline: 24th April, 2019

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Cluster Monitoring and Evaluation Officer USAID Project Jobs - University Research Co., LLC (URC)


Organisation: University Research Co., LLC (URC)
Project Name: USAID Regional Health Integration to Enhance Health Services in East Central Uganda Project (USAID/Uganda RHITES-EC) Project
Duty Station: Jinja, Uganda
Reports to: Regional Program Manager

About US:
University Research Co., LLC (URC) is a global company dedicated to improving the quality of health care, social services, and health education worldwide. With a non-profit affiliate, the Center for Human Services (CHS), URC manages projects in over 45 countries, including the United States.

About USAID RHITES-EC Project:
University Research Co., LLC (URC) is implementing the USAID Regional Health Integration to Enhance Health Services in East Central Uganda Project (USAID/Uganda RHITES-EC) whose aim is to support the implementation of a comprehensive integrated investment in regional  health, nutritional assistance and HIV/AIDS programs. The five-year project targets 11 districts in East Central Uganda with an estimated total population of 4.1 million through a district-based integrated package of quality health, nutrition, HIV / AIDS and child development services.

Job Summary:  The Cluster Monitoring and Evaluation Officer is responsible for supporting the implementation of the project's monitoring and evaluation agenda, including ensuring strong systems to measure and document program implementation processes, outputs and results by routinely and systematically collecting, analyzing and presenting program data to project staff, districts, partners as well as donors.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
                     Coordinate with Senior M&E Advisor and other project teams to implement robust M&E systems, identify and monitor key program activities to document results and attribution;
                     Oversee the collection, analysis, and reporting of cluster data to inform programing at cluster level;
                     Carry out data verification and quality control & improvement activities at health facilities to ensure quality DHlS2, HIBRID (includes HIBRID-DHlS2 synchronization), and other data is collected;
                     Work with M&E Specialist for community to strengthen community M&E systems (includes LQAS) in the cluster through ensuring availability of data collection tools, equipping district community teams with data collection skills and reporting in time to submit in DHISZ;
                     Support the District HMIS teams to ensure that relevant HMIS reports, HRIS reports (aggregated data] are entered into the DHlS2 & HRIS [pre-designed electronic system by MoH);
                     Ensure HIBRID (PEPFAR indicator data] data is entered timely in HIBRID system, as well as additional project data entered in project data management platforms (ODK, SURGE data).
                     Mentor and coach District HMIS teams [both facility based & District based) on appropriate use of HMIS data collection tools for data recording;


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
                     The applicants for the USAID RHITES-EC Cluster Monitoring and Evaluation Officer career placement must hold a Bachelor’s  Degree in Statistics, Quantitative Economics, Public Health, Demography, Social Sciences;
                     A minimum of three years of relevant professional experience in leading M&E processes, including routine health and survey data management and survey activities for complex health systems strengthening and for service delivery programs;
                     Experience with providing HMIS support in a Health Systems Strengthening approach, in HIV/AIDS, malaria, family planning, maternal, newborn and child health, or nutrition is desirable;
                     Extensive knowledge on use of Microsoft Excel, SPSS, STATA, GIS;
                     Demonstrated expertise in both quantitative and qualitative research methods {including visual analysis];
                     Experience in HMIS capacity building;
                     Experience with conducting Lot Quality Assurance Sampling {LQAS} studies.
                     Excellent oral and written communication skills;
                     Demonstrated interpersonal and teamwork skills with ability to lead multi-disciplinary teams;
                     Proven ability to set priorities, multi-task, and work collaboratively as well as independently.

How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested candidates who wish to join the USAID RHITES EC Project should send their cover letters, certificates of good conduct curriculum vitae, copies of academic credentials and contact information for three professional references addressed to:

Human Resource Coordinator,
University Research Co., LLC – Centre for Human Services
Plot 1 Bridge Lane, Mpumudde Division,
P.O. Box 5053, Jinja, Uganda

E-mail to: HR-RHITES-EC@urc-chs.com

Deadline: 26th April 2019

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Livelihoods Officer DRDIP Project Jobs - Office of the Prime Minister (OPM)


Job Title:     Livelihoods Officer
Organization: Office of the Prime Minister (OPM)
Project Name: Development Response to Displacement Impact Project (DRDIP)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Project Manager DRDIP

About US:
The Government of Uganda received a loan from the World Bank towards the Development Response to Displacement Impact Project (DRDIP). The Project is intended to improve access to social services, expand economic opportunities and enhance environmental management for host communities in the targeted areas of Uganda; in the districts of Arua, Adjumani, Yumbe, Koboko, Moyo, Lamwo, Hoima, Kamwenge, Isingiro, Kiryadongo and Kyegegwa. The project has components which include (i) Social and Economic Services and Infrastructure; (ii) Sustainable Environmental Management; (iii) Livelihoods Program; and (iv) Project Management including Monitoring and Evaluation, and Regional and National Institutional Support. DRDIP will be executed under the supervision of Office of the Prime Minister.

Job Summary:   The Livelihoods Officer will provide strategic direction and ensure systematic planning and implementation of Project activities under the livelihoods sector of DRDIP Component. The incumbent will offer technical support in programs execution under the Improved Household Income Support Component at National, District and Community levels to ensure maximum benefit to the Project beneficiaries in refugee hosting districts.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
                     Providing technical guidance to the Local Governments on planning and implementation of subprojects under the Improved Household Livelihood Investment Support Component. This includes business planning for the attainment of enterprise profitability in subprojects to be financed under the Project.
                     Preparing annual and quarterly work plans and budgets for the Livelihood Component for consolidation and approval by Management
                     Take lead in guiding the establishment of innovation platforms for value addition chain development for community agriculture-related subprojects financed under the Project.
                     Undertake regular monitoring and supervision visits to the Districts and communities to support implementation of activities under the Livelihood Investments Support Component.
                     Monitor the progress of implementation of Project activities under the Component to ensure adherence to implementation guidelines, targets, time schedules and sector standards and norms.
                     Assist in the development of and maintain database for beneficiaiy communities including tracking systems that provides updates on fund flows, reporting, audit, budget revisions and project deliverables.
                     Participate in the preparation and review of Project implementation guidelines, handbooks and manuals
                     Advise project management and District Authorities on performance improvement measures and resolution of implementation bottlenecks under the Component.
                     Ensure implementation of the recommendations for improvements and innovative solutions for communities during the implementation of the project.
                     Contribute to the generation of knowledge, documentation of experiences and lessons learned as well as dissemination to the various sub regions implementing the project.
                     Review subproject requests submitted by the Districts to ensure accuracy, completeness, viability, sustainability and compliance with relevant sector norms and standards before financing.
                     Prepare component quarterly progress reports
                     Participate in the preparation and conduct of the GOU/World Bank Joint Implementation Support Missions and other supervision and evaluation missions
                     Participate in the preparation of Terms of Reference (ToRs) for Consultancies to be undertaken under the Project
                     Develop a plan for component-related capacity enhancement for the Project implementers and beneficiary communities
                     Any other duties assigned by management


Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
                     The ideal candidate must hold a BSC in Agriculture Economics, BA Micro Finance and Community Development, BA SS Economics from a recognized University
                     A minimum of three years of relevant experience of working on Community empowerment, social protection interventions, Household Income Support and livelihoods programs

Competencies:
                     Possession of skills in community engagement and participatory support
                     Extensive knowledge and understanding of livelihood development processes including community mobilization, targeting, group formation, training, business plan development, management and monitoring of livelihood sub-projects etc.
                     Excellent project management skills, and should have demonstrated similar skills in the past.
                     Ability to work in teams and collegial attitude.
                     Strong writing skills especially in English language.
                     Proficient in using MS word, Excel, PowerPoint and internet.

How to Apply:
All candidates should send their applications accompanied by the job reference number, detailed curriculum vitae, copies of certificates and academic transcripts, three competent referees, one of whom MUST be from your current employer or previous employer (for those temporarily unemployed) plus a passport photo, contact details (mobile number and e-mail), photocopy of the National ID should be addressed,

To:      

The Permanent Secretary,
Office of the Prime Minister New Government,
Block Plot 9-11 Apollo Kaggwa Road,
P.O. Box 341, Kampala

The applications should be delivered at the Human Resource Office 3rd Floor, Office of the Prime Minister

Note:   Only short-listed applicants will be contacted. Any form of canvassing shall automatically lead to disqualification of a candidate.

Deadline: 30th April 2019 by 5:00pm

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