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Enterprise Development Advisor Irish NGO Jobs - Self Help Africa (SHA)


Organisation: Self Help Africa (SHA)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Head of Programmes

About US:
Self Help Africa (SHA) is an International Non-Governmental Organization implementing rural development, sustainable food and livelihoods security programmes in nine countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. SHA’s vision is an economically thriving and resilient rural Africa with a mission to support sustainable livelihoods for Uganda’s smallholder farmers. SHA has been working in Uganda for close to 20 years.

Job Summary:    The Enterprises Development Advisor (EDA) will facilitate the establishment, nurturing and development of sustainable and profitable agri-enterprise that are aligned to Self Help Africa enterprise development programmes.  The EDA will apply market system approaches to improve the competitiveness of agricultural producers to respond to new and expanding market opportunities.  The EDA will enhance SHA Uganda’s ability to deliver high impact market and enterprise development programming including: assisting farmer’s organisations, such as farmer groups and cooperatives in on-farm and off-farm business development; value chain development; developing innovative financial inclusion models and approaches; brokerage of deals between public and private sectors actors (PPPs) promoting inclusive businesses. EDA is an integral member of the Program Management Unit and will contribute to strategic and technical direction for the program. The EDA will also support the country programme in developing best practices in agri-enterprise by engaging with SHA HQ, SHA Regional Agri-Enterprise Advisor, and other SHA Enterprise Advisors across programme countries, managing the assigned project portfolio and supporting the proposal development.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
 Support the development of dynamic and inclusive SMEs that are aligned to Uganda Country enterprise development programmes
  • Leading value chain and/or market analysis studies intended to support project design and/or implementation of ongoing projects.
  • Exploring and developing partnerships with public private sector actors to provide production and market services to smallholder 
  • Supporting Project Managers to facilitate farmer and producer organizations to evaluate market requirements and develop production plans responsive to market demands.
  • Facilitating market driven linkages between farmers, input/output dealers, and other value chain actors by establishing business relationships and facilitating deals (both formal and informal) which open new market channels for producers. 
  • Providing technical backstopping for the SMEs through provision of business development services (BDS) and linking SMEs to BDS services providers.
  • Provide technical oversight on Farmers Organization business plan development  and implementation. 
Support institutional and enterprise development for smallholders famers, including off-farm and on-farm businesses
  • Map and lead surveys of farmer’s organizations to determine their strengths and weaknesses.
  • Contribute to the development and strengthening of farmers’ organizations  and improve their competitiveness
  • Conduct refresher and specialized trainings as needed with staff and partners and design necessary didactic materials (manuals, handouts etc.).
  • Conduct continuous market intelligence and assessments to inform programming including identification of sectors and value chains that have high potential to benefit the smallholder farmers            
Facilitate access to financial services for smallholder farmers
  • Facilitate the adaptation and operationalisation of rural financial inclusive model e.g. Rural SACCO (RuSACCO), Saving with a Productive Purpose (SWAPP) and Savings and Loan Associations (SLA) financial services model being advanced by SHA Uganda.
  • Identification and training of institutional and/or individual VSLA services facilitators and/or providers;
  • Monitoring and ensuring quality of VSLA services delivery to ensure it is accordance with adapted model;
  • Lead the documentation and sharing of lessons learnt on financial inclusive models
  • Explore and develop relationships with financial services providers to improve access to mainstream services by smallholders
  • Lead research initiatives on pro-poor financial services products and facilitate access to an adaptation of new financial services products to the target communities.
  • Undertake exploratory studies/analysis on a broad range of financial services products and their potential suitability for poor targeted by SHA’s work in the region;
  • Consider and facilitate transfer of standardised financial products (franchise-style) and/or adaptation and adoption of existing financial services products to poorer people targeted by Self Help Africa’s programs in the region;
  • Promoting new financial services products to enhance adoption; and,
  • Monitor product adoption rates for new or modified financial services products in the region.
Monitoring, Evaluation Accountability and Learning (MEAL)
  • With support from M&E Coordinator, ensure enterprises indicators related to SHA RBF  are integrated in projects, tracked and annually reported on.
  • Document and disseminate case studies, best practices on market development activities and lessons on working with private sector for innovative services
  • Conduct pilot studies and research relevant to the program and aimed at informing implementation and learning.
  • Support project managers with enterprise related data collection, analysis and reporting.
  • Keeping up-date with new knowledge and developments in inclusive businesses through on-line research and networking, and ensuring these development are understood and included in SHA Uganda’s work.         
Country office strategy processes:
  • Actively participate in the strategic development of SHA Uganda’s CSP  as a senior member of the Programme Team
  • Contribute to the design of programmes and strategies in line with SHA’s mission, priorities and guidelines.
  • Support the Country Programme Team in fundraising, identifying new funding opportunities for project development
  • Support CD in development and operationalisation of Country Strategy Plans (CSP)
  • Assist and work with the Head of Programme and CD in new programme development; drawing up plans, concept papers, proposals, and budgets for new projects
  • Manage implementation of special  projects from time to time as assigned by the Head of Programmes,
  • Providing capacity development support relating to market development for SHA Uganda staff.      
Network and Relationship building
  • Initiate and manage cooperative and productive linkages with external partners and the donor(s) by ensuring a high level of SHA visibility and branding according to donor guidelines
  • Support SHA partners to understand and practice ethical codes of conduct, that are in line with SHA’s own core values
  • Initiate and oversee strategies for engagement of civil society in policy formulation at local, regional and national levels, and support the implementation of agreed policy engagement initiatives
  • Participate in national or regional initiatives related to the project sector/theme and this could include planning and other action beyond the project level, and initiate collaboration in these areas with partners and other stakeholders, when appropriate
  • Good cooperation and coordination between national counterparts, project partners and other relevant stakeholders.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate for the Self Help Africa Enterprise Development Advisor job must hold a Bachelor’s degree (preferably Master degree) in Business Administration, Agribusiness, Economics, Agricultural Economics, Enterprise Development or related field,
  • At least five years of working experience NGO, private sector or government, at technical level across development programmes focusing on any of the following fields: enterprise development, value chain development, value addition, pro-poor financial services, business management  or agri-business with strong private sector linkages,
  • Experience and knowledge in the design and implementation of both on-farm and off-farm enterprise development projects for individuals and groups
  • Experience with a wide range of stakeholder and partner management with national/regional companies; international agencies; community-based organizations; agribusinesses, etc. needed.
  • Working experience in agriculture, livestock, or the natural resources sectors, marketing with excellent analytical/problem-solving and  research skills,
  • High level skills and experience in writing donor proposals and budgets,
  • Skills in training/facilitation of development processes including organisation and mobilization of communities, enterprise development and networking among different development partners,
  • Strong skills in speaking and writing English with solid computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, power point and email.

Competencies:       
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work as part of team across different cultures.
  • Ability to work with minimum supervision and take initiative
  • Ability to solve problems and take corrective action.
  • Commitment to international and humanitarian NGO codes, standards and practices

How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested candidates should send a completed application form, Download Here, CV & Cover Letter by E-mail as follows: – uganda@selfhelpafrica.net. Please type “Enterprise Development Advisor” – [your name]” in the subject line of the e-mail.

Deadline: 19th November 2018

Please do not send certificates at this stage. Due to the anticipated high volume of applications, kindly note that only short listed candidates will be contacted.

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Business Development and Marketing Officer Irish NGO Jobs - Self Help Africa (SHA)


Organisation: Self Help Africa (SHA)
Duty Station: Uganda
Reports to: Agriculture Development Project Team Leader

About US:
Self Help Africa (SHA) is an International Non-Governmental Organization implementing rural development, sustainable food and livelihoods security programmes in nine countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. SHA’s vision is an economically thriving and resilient rural Africa with a mission to support sustainable livelihoods for Uganda’s smallholder farmers. SHA has been working in Uganda for close to 20 years.

Job Summary:  The Business Development and Marketing Officer will work with farmers in the Albertine Region (initially focusing on Hoima, Nwoya and Buliisa), supporting them to develop their businesses so that they are able to produce, bulk, process and supply agriculture and related products to the increasing consumer demands in the region, and beyond. The BDMO will apply market system approaches to improve the competitiveness of agricultural producers to respond to new and expanding market opportunities. The BDMO will enhance SHA Uganda’s ability to deliver high impact market and enterprise development programming including: assisting farmer groups in on-farm and off-farm business development; value chain development; developing innovative financial inclusion models and approaches.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
Support the development of dynamic and inclusive SMEs that are aligned to Uganda Country enterprise development programmes
  • Leading value chain and/or market analysis studies intended to support project design and/or implementation of ongoing projects.
  • Exploring and developing partnerships with public private sector actors to provide production and market services to smallholder farmers
  • Facilitating market driven linkages between farmers, input/output dealers, and other value chain actors by establishing business relationships and facilitating deals (both formal and informal) which open new market channels for producers.
  • Provide technical oversight on Farmers Organization Business plan development and implementation. 
  • Strong integration of enterprise development approach and inclusive market system approaches adopted in the Implementing Partners.
Support institutional and enterprise development for smallholder famers, including off-farm and on-farm businesses
  • Map and lead surveys of farmer groups to determine their strengths and weaknesses.
  • Contribute to the development and strengthening of farmers groups and improve their competitiveness
  • Conduct refresher and specialized trainings as needed with staff, partners and farmer groups and design necessary educational materials (manuals, handouts etc.).
  • Conduct continuous market intelligence and assessments to inform programming including identification of sectors and value chains that have high potential to benefit the smallholder farmers            
Facilitate access to financial services for smallholder farmers
  • Facilitate the adaptation and operationalisation of rural financial inclusive model e.g. Saving with a Productive Purpose (SWAPP), Gender Action Learning (GALs) and Savings and Loan Associations (SLA) financial services model being advanced by SHA Uganda.
  • Monitoring and ensuring quality of VSLA services delivery to ensure it is accordance with adapted model;
  • Lead the documentation and sharing of lessons learnt on financial inclusive models
  • Explore and develop relationships with financial services providers to improve access to mainstream services by smallholders
  • Lead research initiatives on pro-poor financial services products and facilitate access to an adaptation of new financial services products to the target communities.
Monitoring, Evaluation Accountability and Learning (MEAL)
  • Document and disseminate case studies, best practices on market development activities and lessons on working with private sector for innovative services
  • Support Implementing Partners with enterprise related data collection, analysis and reporting.
  • Develop strategies that strengthen adoption of knowledge and skills acquired by partners


Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate for the Self Help Africa Business Development and Marketing Officer job must hold a bachelor’s degree in Agribusiness, Agricultural Economics, Enterprise Development or related field,
  • Three years of working experience in enterprise development with NGO, private sector or government, focusing on any of the following fields: value chain development, value addition, pro-poor financial services, business management or agri-business with strong private sector linkages, processing and farmer institutional development.
  • Experience and knowledge in the design and implementation of both on-farm and off-farm enterprise development projects for individuals and groups
  • Working experience in agriculture, livestock, or the natural resources sectors, marketing with excellent analytical/problem-solving and research skills,
  • Skills in training/facilitation of development processes including organisation and mobilization of communities, enterprise development and networking among different development partners,
  • Strong skills in speaking an  d writing English with solid computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, power point and email.
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Proven ability to produce results within tight deadlines in a very busy environment
  • Ability to work with minimum supervision and take initiative
  • Ability to solve problems and take corrective action.
  • Commitment to international and humanitarian NGO codes, standards and practices,
  • Ability to speak local languages in the Albertine Region will be an added advantage
  • Ability to ride a motor cycle

How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested candidates should send a completed application form, Download Here, CV & Cover Letter by E-mail as follows: – uganda@selfhelpafrica.net. Please type “Business Development and Marketing Officer” – [your name]” in the subject line of the e-mail.

Deadline: 19th November 2018

Please do not send certificates at this stage. Due to the anticipated high volume of applications, kindly note that only short listed candidates will be contacted.

For more of the latest jobs, please visit http://www.theugandanjobline.com or find us on our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/UgandanJobline

Market Development Officer NGO Jobs - GOAL International


Job Title:      Market Development Officer
Organisation: GOAL International
Duty Station: Abim, Uganda
Reports to: Programme Manager

About US:
GOAL International is an international non-profit organization that was founded in 1977 and works to promote the realization of the fundamental rights of the poor, the vulnerable, and those affected by humanitarian crisis. GOAL currently works in 16 countries, with our head office in Dublin, Ireland.

About DYNAMIC:
GOAL leads a Consortium with Mercy Corps, VSO and Restless Development to implement the Driving Youth-led New Agribusiness and Microenterprise (DYNAMIC) program in partnership with The MasterCard Foundation. DYNAMIC is a five-year program (2015-2020) that aims to increase the employment, self-employment, income and resilience of youth aged 15-24 by promoting effective and efficient agricultural market systems for and with youth.
           
Job Summary:  The Market Development Officer will implement all aspects of the market systems development component of the district. She/he will be required to apply a wide variety of market development tools and approaches in order to catalyze innovative services and facilitate linkages between market actors in the assigned programme area. The Market Development Officer will work directly with the Market Development and Financial Services Advisors who, in collaboration with the Program Managers will determine technical strategy and work objectives for the Market Development Officers. 

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
Planning, developing and implementing market development activities
  • With support from the Programme Manager and sector-focused Technical Specialists, participate in assessments in the target geographic areas to assess current situation, economic opportunities and resources, needs and potential programs as well as obstacles that could be mitigated through DYNAMIC’s engagement with public and private sector actors. Such assessments shall include but are not limited to rapid market assessments, a local competitiveness assessment, sector selection, value chain analysis and development, market development approaches and business support capacity needs to the stakeholders of the programme including relevant government agencies and other key institutions
  • Introduce the program to relevant stakeholders including local business owners, local representatives and community members. Foster ongoing positive cooperation with these stakeholders and forge links between market actors, producers, end users, etc.
  • In coordination with the Technical Specialists and local partners, plan, implement and monitor market system development activities for youth job creation. This will include exploring partnerships with private sector actors to design, test, and deliver a wide range of appropriate services that increase youth employment and self-employment within the agricultural market system.
  • Assist in developing capacity building materials for business, technical and financial capacities as well as participate in capacity building sessions.
  • Help execute related field activities to ensure that the programme results are achieved to the highest standard, and that project deliverables are completed as planned.
  • Mobilize targeted youth to fully participate in the programme for sustainability.
  • Identify value-addition opportunities that strengthen economic opportunities, especially for young women and rural youth, in the livestock and agriculture sectors as identified by local and national government as well as independent market studies and needs assessments.
Collaboration/Networking
  • Establish and maintain good coordination and working relationships with sub-county and district leaders and local government departments, representing GOAL in coordination meetings and soliciting their participation in all activities where appropriate and as directed by the line manager.
  • Ensure close coordination and sharing of information with relevant stakeholders such as local government departments, NGO’s and local authorities, as appropriate and advised by the line manager.
  • Participate in shared Learning Dialogue series that are thematically focused
  • Participate in the planning of learning events, exhibits, workshops that bring private and public sector entities together to collectively review and discuss technology developments and innovation and to examine private sector approaches to household and community challenges that can be incubated through public sector incentives.
Documentation, Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting
  • Work closely with the monitoring and evaluation staff to capture the required data for measuring output and impact of the programme; and to ensure accurate and timely flow of information from the field for entry in the database and for preparation of communication materials
  • Prepare and submit timely weekly, monthly, and quarterly reports that will be indicative of program progress during implementation. Respond to queries if and when necessary.
  • Maintain proper filling system in regard to market development activities of the program
  • Where needed, support external evaluations by MasterCard’s research partner ODI.
Organizational Learning: As part of GOAL Uganda’s commitment to organizational learning and in support of our understanding that learning organizations are more effective, efficient and relevant to the communities they serve - we expect all team members to commit 5% of their time to learning activities that benefit the DYNAMIC programme as well as themselves.
Representation and Coordination
  • The MDO is expected to be the focal person for all coordination, partnership and related activities with local level private sector services providers, and related stakeholders.
  • Liaise with local government officials, local NGOs and civil society organizations, and other notables to ensure support for and acceptance of DYNAMIC’s market based programs.
  • Maintain close working relationships with development organizations, and local partners, including representing DYNAMIC at local coordination meetings as assigned.
  • Conduct himself/herself both professionally and personally in such a manner as to bring credit to GOAL Uganda and to not jeopardize its humanitarian mission.
Accountability to Beneficiaries
  • DYNAMIC team members are expected to support all efforts towards accountability, specifically to direct programme participants, engaging them as equal partners in the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of our field activities.
  • Any other related duties assigned


Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate for the GOAL International Market Development Officer job placement must hold a Bachelor’s degree in business, economic development or other relevant field
  • Background in business, with a minimum of 3 years practical experience in the private sector
  • Experience with market facilitation, supporting systemic change and promoting supporting services indirectly, is preferred Knowledge and experience in business financing for SME’s
  • Highly motivated and motivating individual who can lead SME’s from both the front and behind (depending on the situation)
  • Knowledge of the agricultural sectors highly desirable
  • Some practical experience in working with both very small, small and medium sized companies in a development setting,
  • Strong writing, communication, organization, prioritization and negotiating skills.
  • Excellent (English) verbal and written communication skills with proven financial management skills.
  • Strong computer literacy with a full knowledge of office applications.

How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested applicants who meet the requirements should submit their applications which must include at least 4 reference contacts (2 professional, 2 character references, including your supervisor and the most recent/previous employer), and daytime contact number to; The Human Resource Manager, GOAL Uganda on the email: recruitment@ug.goal.ie. PLEASE DO NOT ATTACH CERTIFICATES, indicate the job title in the subject line.


Deadline: 21st November 2018 

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5 Project Officer Canadian NGO Job Opportunities - Raising The Village (RTV)


Organisation: Raising The Village (RTV)
Duty Station: Rukungiri, Kisoro and Kanungu, Uganda

About US:
Raising The Village  International (RTV) is a Canadian non-profit organization focused on ending extreme poverty by eliminating immediate barriers of scarcity, nurturing income-generation activities and building local capacity, while moving communities toward economic self-sufficiency. For more information, please visit https://www.raisingthevillage.org

Job Summary:  The Project Officer works within a cluster team and reports to a Team Lead. RTV Project Officers work to implement RTV methodologies throughout the implementation and transition phase of a partner village and cluster. They work in collaboration with various stakeholders, including government officials, community members, suppliers amongst others.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
Project Management and Expense Reporting
  • Report every Friday on completed and upcoming activities and key deliverables to Team Lead
  • Debrief once a week with other staff regarding key issues, areas of success and areas in need of improvement to brainstorm possible solutions and next steps;
  •  Identify key issues and risks for projects during project reporting;
  • Complete weekly financial request and submissions to the finance officer;
  • Prepare office accountability and ensure bi-weekly submission for receipts to
  • Deputy/District Head
  • Create forecasted monthly plan of activities as related to the project workplan on the 3rd week of every month o Support the Programs Director as requested on project specific activities  
Monitoring and Evaluation: Project Officers support the Planning and Evaluation team in data collection, reporting and analysis providing feedback and recommendations to the Deputy/District Head, and the programs team.
Administration and Coordination:
  • Complete photographs and sharing for data repository
  • Review and understand project designs and provide feedback where required
  • Conduct project design review meetings with respective partner villages and provide feedback as required to update project designs and budgets prior to implementation;
  • Develop implementation and transition workplans
  • Participate in staff meetings as required Implementation and Facilitation:
  • On-going Management of Workplan and Budget
  • Management of infrastructure programs
  • Completion of training and facilitation programs
  • Implementation of programming
  • Implement community management and training
  • Monitor performance of programs and maintenance
  • Identification of risks and issues
  • Conduct on-going interviews of leadership and community on performance, participation, and perceptions
  • Track and review on-going financial reports and progress
Transition Role
  • Establishing and maintaining the integrity of community project
  • Ensure the outcome and adaptability of the activities introduced in the community are continued
  • Implement transitional phase as per the workplan
  • Support community members as required for adoption and compliance to RTV's projects and methodologies
  • Provide suggestions to management on potential activities that need to be redone, reviewed or introduced to ensure sustainability of RTV projects, methodologies and improvement in the lives of community members
  • Note: Other requirements as might be required by their direct supervisor and/or management.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The applicant for the Raising The Village (RTV) Project Officer job vacancy must hold a University Degree in Business, Economics, Community Development, or related fields
  • Three years of work experience in community development programming, and a demonstrated long-term passion for community development.
  • Organizes workload effectively while remaining aware of changing priorities and competing deadlines
  • Accurately completes multiple tasks while taking into consideration special assignments, frequent interruptions, available resources and multiple reporting relationships
  • Strong training &facilitation skills
  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written English,   
  • Proficient in Microsoft Suite.
  • Project management at a village level experience
  • Energetic and physically able to hike on high terrain, ability to travel 80% of time
  • Able to work independently to accomplish tasks, but also as part of a team to achieve mutual goals and objectives.
  • Able to think outside of the box to provide plausible solutions to issues and challenges
  • Strong work ethic, flexible, and able to build relationships with various stakeholders most notably colleagues, and community members.
  • Fluent in local languages where RTV works

How to Apply:
All qualified and interested candidates should send a letter of application and curriculum vitae including address, telephone contact and two references as one document to: recruitment@raisingthevillage.org.

Please note:
·         Properly formatted PDF or Word documents are preferred.
·         Indicate the position you are applying for and the district you are interested to work in in the subject line,  for instance “Name –Project officer – Rukungiri District”

Deadline: 12th November 2018

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Senior Grant Specialist/Assistant Grants Manager World Bank SDF Project Jobs - Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU)


Organization: Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU)
Project Name: Skills Development Facility (SDF)
Funding source: World Bank
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Head Skills Development Facility

About US:
Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU) is Uganda’s apex body for the private sector. It is made up of over 200 business associations, corporate bodies and the major public sector agencies that support private sector growth. Since its founding in 1995, PSFU has served as a focal point for private sector advocacy as well as capacity building and continues to sustain a positive policy dialogue with Government on behalf of the private sector.

About World Bank SDF Project:
The Government of Uganda received credit from the World Bank towards implementation of the Uganda Competitive Fund for employer-led short-term training (Uganda Skills Development Fund -USDF). The Uganda competitive fund for employer-led short-term training is part of the Skilling Uganda Project addressing prevailing skills imbalances and shortages in Uganda. An important element of the initiative is to facilitate collaboration between training providers and industry to promote demand driven skills development with special attention to innovative modes of training. The USD 18 Million matching grant facility - SDF is managed by the Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU). The Project component has a total budget of 21.8 Million USD including operational costs.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate for the Senior Grant Specialist/Assistant Grants Manager job must hold a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Economics, Finance or related field from a recognized institution.
  • Eight years of senior management experience in a reputable organization.
  • Previous experience in mentoring and offering Business Development Support for SMEs on development programs for at least three years.
  • At least five years of financial management experience

How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested candidates should send an application letter with an updated CV and support academic documents in hardcopy to:

Head SDF Private Sector Foundation Uganda, Plot 43 Nakasero Road, P.O. Box 7683 Kampala

Deadline: 19th November 2018

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