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Entry Level Secondary Teacher (English/Literature) Jobs - Watoto Child Care Ministries


Organisation: Watoto Child Care Ministries
Duty Station: Watoto Village School - Bbira, Uganda

About US:
Watoto Child Care Ministries is a ministry of Watoto Church that rescues vulnerable children and restores dignity to them by providing holistically for their physical, spiritual and emotional needs. Watoto has operations in Kampala, Wakiso, Mpigi and Gulu.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • Planning, preparing and delivering lessons to students and ensuring high standards of professional quality of teaching and learning of the subjects.
  • Plan, prepare and conduct lessons according to the set standards of all Watoto schools and implements teaching programs that are consistent with the ethos of the school.
  • Offering guidance and advice to students on educational and social matters and further on their education and future careers to aid the young people in making good career choices.
  • Carry out appropriate just assessment and evaluation of learners progress and similarly keep records of all assessment on file.
  • Demonstrate good stewardship of resources and property in the school by ensuring the safe custody and optimum use of equipment.
  • Promoting the general progress and well-being of individual students and ensure the safety and welfare of learners at all times.
  • Creating a learning space where the needs of the learners and teachers are met, respected and protected.
  • Set, mark and moderate examinations and prepare end-of-term reports within the specified time frame.
  • Be responsible for the effective instruction, training and assessment of pupils in Literature and English


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
  • The applicant for the Watoto Secondary Teacher job opportunity should hold at a Bachelor’s Degree in Education.
  • A minimum of two years of experience in teaching English/Literature
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Show commitment to work within a team environment and ability to work under minimal supervision
  • High degree of flexibility, initiative and confidentiality

How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested candidates should send one merged PDF with a cover letter, academic documents and CV (not more than 6 pages, less than 20MB) a Pastor's recommendation letter to careers@watotochurch.com (Subject Line: Secondary Teacher -First Name, Last Name)

Deadline: 30th May 2018

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Entry Level English for Adult Team Leader Job Placement - Refugee Law Project (RLP)


Job Title:         English for Adult Team Leader
Organization: Refugee Law Project (RLP)
Duty Station: Uganda
Reports to: Field Office Coordinator

About US:
The Refugee Law Project (RLP) is an outreach project of the School of Law, Makerere University. Our Mission is to empower asylum seekers, refugees, deportees, IDPs and host communities to enjoy their human rights and lead dignified lives. Refugee Law Project’s work is currently structured in five thematic areas: Access to Justice; Conflict, Transitional Justice & Governance (CTJ&G), Gender & Sexuality; Mental Health & Psychosocial Wellbeing; and Media for Social Change.

Job Summary: The English for Adult Team Leader is mainly responsible for rolling out RLP’s existing English For Adults programme to non-English speaking refugees and other victims of forced migration to enable them advocate for their human rights and access services.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • Recruit refugees to the EFA programme in her/his area of operation
  • Develop and prepare lesson plans for the class assigned to fit within the specified period of study (term)
  • Oversee the teaching of adult learners’ functional English and practical skills to help them in running their day to day affairs
  • Guide the EFA Facilitator in executing assignments to learners in time and making sure that the given assignments are marked and results handed over to the learners on time
  • Coordinate with class leaders in respective classes to ensure that classes are run in a systematic manner and order
  • Maintain an up-to-date register for EFA students
  • Develop training curricula, instructor manuals, learner guides, and other materials, and/or utilize purchased training programs that meet identified learning goals
  • Organise debates for the learners to help them develop confidence in the language taught though educational arguments
  • Collaborate with other EFA Coordinators in curriculum development
  • Conduct and mobilize communities for community policing meetings
  • Ensure that class are run and maintained in a clean and professional classroom environment
  • Manage the arrangement and organization of materials to be used in community policing as well as police trainings
  • Ensure that all EFA materials are filed in an easily accessible way
  • Ensure that all information disseminated to learners is given in proper manner and in the languages understood by the learners.
  • Attend in-house and out of office meetings/workshops whenever requested and represent RLP in a professional manner.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
  • The ideal candidate for the Refugee Law Project (RLP) English for Adult Team Leader job opportunity must hold a Bachelor’s degree in Adult and Community Education, Education
  • At least two years’ experience in facilitating professional adult learning
  • Demonstrated experience managing other facilitators
  • Strong classroom management skills
  • Excellent written and spoken English
  • Knowledge of adult learner and alternative educational methods and have the ability to apply these methods for adult, at-risk teens and multi-cultural forced migrants
  • Ability to facilitate classes of diverse abilities and backgrounds and overcome barriers to success in a multi-level class
  • Ability to build a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity and interests of students.
  • Ability to relate well to different groups of learners of different ages and ability levels.
  • Must be computer literate. Ability to use a variety of audio -visual equipment
  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and through correct written grammar and usage.
  • Must have strong desire to work with people from a broad range of backgrounds, and deep understanding of forced migration issues
  • Team-player who can collaborate with colleagues
  • Excellent communication and organisational skills
  • Enthusiasm for the subject material that will foster a love of learning by students.
  • Self-motivated, versatile and adaptable to different cultures and people

How to Apply:
All candidates who wish to join the Refugee Law Project (RLP) in this capacity are encouraged to send a motivation letter and curriculum vitae electronically to: recruitment@refugeelawproject.org

NB: The position applied for MUST be indicated in the subject line of the email. Copies of certificates should not be attached, but will be requested for from short-listed candidates only.

Deadline: 1st June 2018 by 5.00pm

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




Project Officer / Social Worker Jobs - Refugee Law Project (RLP)


Job Title:         Project Officer / Social Worker
Organization: Refugee Law Project (RLP)
Duty Station: Uganda

About US:
The Refugee Law Project (RLP) is an outreach project of the School of Law, Makerere University. Our Mission is to empower asylum seekers, refugees, deportees, IDPs and host communities to enjoy their human rights and lead dignified lives. Refugee Law Project’s work is currently structured in five thematic areas: Access to Justice; Conflict, Transitional Justice & Governance (CTJ&G), Gender & Sexuality; Mental Health & Psychosocial Wellbeing; and Media for Social Change.

Job Summary: The Project Officer / Social Worker provides directly and indirectly a range of violence related screenings, psychosocial assessments, diagnostic, therapeutic, and/or case management services for individuals, groups, and/or families, as appropriate to the Gulu clients.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
Direct Client support
  • Plan and execute systematic screening of recently arrived refugees for experiences of violence and resultant medical/psychosocial/legal needs
  • Provide psychosocial support, counseling, referrals and advice to clients exposed to sexual and gender-based violence, trauma and torture
  • Support in management of the emergency medical funds and coordinate emergency medical referrals to approved medical service providers and the home-based medical care scheme for persons unable to access public services (e.g. disabled, sexual minority clients)
  • Conduct field visits and follow-up with clients in the different refugee settlements across the region
  • Provide technical support to refugee support groups
  • Plan, develop and implement client care and communication strategies including establishing close working ties with relevant partner organisations
  • Support the legal team, as necessary, in provision of legal representation to refugee clients on cases involving sexual and gender-based violence.
Stakeholder capacity building
  • Facilitate in trainings, workshops, conferences and seminars on refugee related aspects
  • Conduct trainings and information sessions organised by RLP and for RLP
  • Participate in coordinating annual events related to project
  • Participate in the planning and provision of training activities on other psychosocial issues
Research
  • Undertake psychosocial and SGBV related social research with the bid to publish findings on identified issues among refugees and forced migrants
  • Participate in data collection processes and activities through interviews and focus group discussions or using any other adopted data selection technique
  • Identify and prepare research training materials and tools as necessary for the execution of specific research projects
Networking and Advocacy
  • Represent the organization at different fora that address forced migration issues related to gender and other cross-cutting issues such as HIV/AIDS and SRHR issues.
  • Participate in advocacy on psychosocial issues;
  • Advocate for the mainstreaming of a range of gender and sexuality issues in refugee protection and assistance programmes, such as sexual and gender minorities, sex workers/survival sex work; male survivors of sexual violence, etc.
  • Consult with related professional and paraprofessional staff, as appropriate, in the performance of therapeutic and/or casework; refer clients to appropriate service agencies as required.
  • Follow-ups to determine reliability and validity of treatment used; make recommendations regarding modification to services and service delivery
  • Participate in the review of psychosocial issues and program policies and procedures
  • Participate in, lead, and/or coordinate training sessions and workshops to enhance psychosocial skills of staff and/or client groups
Project Specific Job Duties
Objective One: To Build the Capacities of Uganda Police Force and Host Authorities
  • Participate in the capacity building of Police officer, Prisons Officers, UPDF officers placed in or providing security to the settlements, local leaders and Refugee Welfare councils
  • Carryout the distribution of User guide on Refugee rights and protection for field officers
  • Carry out regular community policing is carried on for the refugees in the settlement and host communities around the settlement
  • Carryout the training of Community Interpreters
  • Participate in the Training of immigration officers
  • Participate in the periodic monitoring of Police in settlement for impact
Objective Two: To build the confidence of South Sudanese Refugees through addressing profound harms
  • In the Absence of the Field Coordinator, oversee the management of the field office
  • Carryout proactive community-based screening for experiences of violence amongst refugees in the settlement.
  • Carry out individual & Household preparatory counselling & follow-up visits prior to and after repair is conducted
  • Make referrals and transport clients seeking medical rehabilitation after seeking proper authorization from RDO and/or Camp commandant
  • Provide post rehabilitation support, document and profile rehabilitated victims
  • Assist in the organizing and participate in training of Medical workers from throughout refugee hosting areas to upgrade capacities to respond to conflict related injuries
  • Assist in the organizing and participate in training of Medical Students from Gulu University Medical School
  • Make referrals to the legal assistant any refugee clients within the settlement with cases in court requiring representation and follow ups at police posts
  • Assist during Mediations in which the Refugee Law Project is involved in the settlement
  • Carryout monitoring of detention palaces in which refugees from the settlement are held
  • Carryout training of paralegals & Peer counsellors in the settlement is carried out.
  • Assist in the Mobilisation of key stakeholders and Key informants for the Access to Justice Research amongst South Sudanese refugees
  • Provide support to law students assigned to the settlement on Experiential Learning
Objective Three: To Empower Refugees to Speak for Themselves
  • Carryout awareness raising sessions as planned
  • Assist the Video Advocacy Manager, to identify Refugee and Host Youth who are to be trained on Videography skills
  • Provide mentorship and capacity Building Support Groups in the settlement
  • On behalf of RLP participate in commemoration of International Events in the settlement
  • Participate in designing and development and carryout dissemination of IEC Materials
  • Participate in Media Engagement on Refugee issues affecting the settlement
Objective Four: To engage the host communities in reversing the impacts of sudden overpopulation and resultant environmental degradation
  • Assist during the Stakeholder Dialogues in the district
  • Assist in the various tree Planting Exercises


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
  • The ideal candidate for the Refugee Law Project (RLP) Project Officer / Social Worker job opportunity must hold a Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Development Studies, Community Education or related human services field
  • At least three years of proven and relevant work experience with vulnerable communities (e.g. community mobilisation, social work, counselling working with SGBV survivors, research in war-affected communities etc.)
  • Previous experience of empirical research, data analysis, and evidence based reports and evidence based reports
  • Has worked with an NGO or can understand the way NGO’s operate
  • Practical and theoretical understanding of sexuality, sexual and gender based violence
  • Excellent written and spoken English and communication skills
  • Excellent networking and communication skills
  • Good computer skills (standard office and PowerPoint software) are necessary
  • Amicable interpersonal appearance and behavior
  • Proactive and self-driven
  • Comfortable working in environments with little basic infrastructure
  • Ability to work under pressure; Team player and organized personality
  • Result oriented and quick at implementing plans
  • Analytical skills, self-motivation and ability to motivate others and high level of integrity
  • Knowledge of any language spoken in refugee communities will be an added advantage

How to Apply:
All candidates who wish to join the Refugee Law Project (RLP) in this capacity are encouraged to send a motivation letter and curriculum vitae electronically to: recruitment@refugeelawproject.org

NB: The position applied for MUST be indicated in the subject line of the email. Copies of certificates should not be attached, but will be requested for from short-listed candidates only.

Deadline: 1st June 2018 by 5.00pm

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





4 Fresh Graduate Policy Researcher NGO Job Opportunities - Restless Development




Organization: Restless Development
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda

About US:
Restless Development (Uganda) is an International NGO established to address the challenges faced by young people in Uganda by placing young people at the forefront of change and development. Our vision is for all Ugandan youth to live healthy and productive lives, fully supported by those around them. Our programming focuses on three core areas: youth sexual and reproductive health and rights, youth civic participation and youth employment and livelihoods.

About DGF Project:
Restless Development Uganda is being funded by the Democratic Governance Facility (DGF) in implementing a new project, the “Youth Power in Governance” which will support young people to take a leading role in mobilizing their communities to inform and influence governance and decision making processes, and to hold leadership accountable to deliver a just and sustainable Uganda.

Job Summary: The Young Policy Researchers will review national policies and international protocols in relation to participation in governance – to provide evidence for why young people must be involved in local governance processes


Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
The applicant for the Restless Development Policy Researcher job opportunity must hold be between 18-24 years willing to work at a national level.

How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested candidates who wish to join Restless Development in the aforementioned capacity should fill in this form, download here, and send it to obed@restlessdevelopment.org. Please note that we DO NOT accept CVs, resumes and cover letters.

Deadline: 1st June 2018

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




2 Project Officer Job Placements - Refugee Law Project (RLP)


Job Title:         Project Officer (2 Job Placements)
Organization: Refugee Law Project (RLP)
Duty Station: Uganda
Reports to: Project Manager

About US:
The Refugee Law Project (RLP) is an outreach project of the School of Law, Makerere University. Our Mission is to empower asylum seekers, refugees, deportees, IDPs and host communities to enjoy their human rights and lead dignified lives. Refugee Law Project’s work is currently structured in five thematic areas: Access to Justice; Conflict, Transitional Justice & Governance (CTJ&G), Gender & Sexuality; Mental Health & Psychosocial Wellbeing; and Media for Social Change.

Job Summary: The Project Officer is mainly responsible for promoting and protecting the rights of women and children affected by violent conflict in the West Nile sub-region for them to enjoy sustainable peace, security and justice through facilitating individual healing and enhancing reintegration.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
Direct Client support
  • Plan and execute systematic screening of women and children living with untreated war- wounds to identify medical/psychosocial/legal needs
  • Ensure the provision of psychosocial support, counselling, referrals and advice to clients with untreated war-wounds, trauma and torture
  • Manage the provision of post-rehabilitation support, counselling, documentation of stories of healing and recovery of clients to inform key stakeholders and catalyse special local government and line ministry interventions.
  • Manage the emergency medical funds and coordinate emergency medical referrals to approved medical service providers and the home-based medical care scheme for persons unable to access public services.
  • Coordinate field visits and follow-up with clients in the different villages across the West Nile region
  • Establish new and strengthen existing support groups through provision of technical support
  • Plan, develop and implement client care and communication strategies including establishing close working ties with relevant partner organisations
  • Establishing new victims/survivors’ support groups of returnees
Stakeholder capacity building
  • Facilitate in trainings, workshops, conferences and seminars on transitional justice issues
  • Coordinate trainings and information sessions organized by RLP and for RLP
  • Organise and coordinate annual events related to project
  • Plan and provide training activities on other psychosocial issues
  • Hold psycho-medical camps to provide multi-dimensional individual and group therapeutic sessions in key massacre sites
  • Organise and facilitate community outreach activities e.g. local reconciliation with cultural and religious leaders, elders on identified conflict in the community, travelling testimony exhibitions
Research
  • Conduct and disseminate field research on emerging Transitional Justice and women/children issues.
  • Organise and engage in data collection processes and activities through interviews and focus group discussions or using any other adopted data selection technique
  • Identify and prepare research training materials and tools as necessary for the execution of specific research projects
  • Engage children in and out of school through poems, talent shows
  • Manage bi-annual children’s radio talk shows
  • Organise documentary screening in secondary schools, tertiary and in the community
  • Document and curate narratives for exhibitions
Networking and Advocacy
  • Represent the organization in various fora that address forced migration issues related to conflict, gender and children.
  • Conduct advocacy on post-conflict issues on women and children;
  • Advocate for the mainstreaming of a range of gender issues in West Nile region.
  • Consult with related professional and paraprofessional staff, as appropriate, in the performance of therapeutic and/or casework; refer clients to appropriate service agencies as required.
  • Coordinate follow-ups to determine reliability and validity of treatment used; make recommendations regarding modification to services and service delivery
  • Participate in the review of psychosocial issues and program policies and procedures
  • Lead, and/or coordinate training sessions and workshops to enhance psychosocial skills of staff and/or client groups


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
  • The ideal candidate for the Refugee Law Project (RLP) Project Officer job opportunity must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Development Studies, Community Education or related human services field
  • At least three years of proven and relevant work experience with vulnerable communities (e.g. community mobilisation, social work, counselling and engaging with women and children, research in war-affected communities etc.)
  • Previous experience of empirical research, data analysis, and evidence based reports and evidence based reports
  • Has worked with an NGO or can understand the way NGO’s operate
  • Practical and theoretical understanding of sexuality, sexual and gender based violence
  • Excellent written and spoken English and communication skills
  • Excellent networking and communication skills
  • Good computer skills (standard office and PowerPoint software) are necessary

How to Apply:
All candidates who wish to join the Refugee Law Project (RLP) in this capacity are encouraged to send a motivation letter and curriculum vitae electronically to: recruitment@refugeelawproject.org

NB: The position applied for MUST be indicated in the subject line of the email. Copies of certificates should not be attached, but will be requested for from short-listed candidates only.

Deadline: 1st June 2018 by 5.00pm

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




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