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Earn over 4.5m as Regional Political Officer at British High Commission (BHC)


Job Title:       Regional Political Officer
Organization: British High Commission (BHC)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Office Notice No.: 12/19 KPL
Starting Monthly Salary: UGX 4,523,426 gross

About US:
The British High Commission is the diplomatic liaison office that aims to develop and maintain close bilateral relations with Uganda, in accordance with British government policies. The British High Commission is responsible for the political relationship between the UK and Uganda, and we provide advice and guidance on political and governance issues. BHC provides assistance and documentary services to British nationals in Uganda. The UK Trade and Investment Section provides assistance to both British and Ugandan businesses.

Job Summary:  The Regional Political Officer will work closely with the C4 Regional political officer and the Head of the Political team and your advice will help inform the work of the High Commission. You will provide analysis and advice on regional politics, particularly Rwanda, DRC, South Sudan, Burundi and Somalia and much of your time will be spent growing your network, meeting people (sometimes very senior figures) and gathering information. You will be an enthusiastic self-starter, capable of managing your own workload and willing to get involved in a broad range of High Commission activity.

The ideal candidate will have an excellent knowledge of national and regional history, current affairs and politics and come with a broad range of contacts, with the ability to provide balanced and nuanced analysis on a range of issues across the full spectrum of regional politics.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • Guide the political team on the external political situation and regional developments affecting Uganda.
  • Carry out research as required for the Political Team and to give advice using appropriate written and oral reporting. To keep the High Commission closely informed about key political issues across the region.
  • To arrange and attend political meetings, alone and with senior staff, gather information and communicate elements of UK policy. Build and maintain a strong network of key contacts.
  • To take minutes as/when required, and to produce meeting reports to inform the Political Team in a timely and appropriate manner.
  • To take action on matters arising from internal and external meetings, ensuring that key actions are progressed and that information is disseminated to all team members. This work could include strategy, analysis and consulting on policy.
  • To ensure that team members and visitors are briefed for meetings, including, where necessary, meetings with external contacts and bodies.
  • Support the B3 Political Officer who focuses on domestics politics to flexibly respond to a wide range of UK government priorities. This may require the job holder to quickly get up to speed on a new policy area.
  • Other support to the Political Team which may include administrative work, assisting with the preparation of visit programs, meeting agendas, and related tasks.
  • Play a wider corporate role in the High Commission.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate for the British High Commission (BHC) Regional Political Officer job should hold a university degree in political studies, international relations, social sciences or a related field.
  • At least five years of work experience.
  • High level of people skills – leadership, networking, management, organisation
  • Strong problem solving skills, including close attention to detail and the ability to prioritise in a fast paced environment
  • Excellent communication skills- written, oral, one to one, group, formal presentation- ability to vary style, pace and presentation to suit the audience.
  • Ability and willingness to undergo security vetting process
  • Desirable qualifications, skills and experience 
  • Sound knowledge and understanding of national and regional politics and history
  • Knowledge of Uganda’s political, economic, social environments including key institutions and persons in Government, Parliament, Academia, Media and civil society
  • Experience in report writing, note taking and event planning.
  • Competencies: Seeing the Big Picture, Leading and Communicating, Collaborating and Partnering, Delivering at Pace

How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested candidates who wish to join the British High Commission in the aforementioned capacity should apply by clicking on the link below.


Deadline: 20th September 2019

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




Embassy Admin Jobs - Political Support & Visits Officer - British High Commission (BHC)


Organization: British High Commission (BHC)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Office Notice No.: 11/19 KPL
Starting Monthly Salary: UGX 2,508,110 gross

About US:
The British High Commission is the diplomatic liaison office that aims to develop and maintain close bilateral relations with Uganda, in accordance with British government policies. The British High Commission is responsible for the political relationship between the UK and Uganda, and we provide advice and guidance on political and governance issues. BHC provides assistance and documentary services to British nationals in Uganda. The UK Trade and Investment Section provides assistance to both British and Ugandan businesses.

Job Summary:   The Political Support & Visits Officer will provide administrative support to the Political teams at the British High Commission, as well as supporting incoming and outgoing visits to, from and within Uganda.  This will include visits for senior members of the team to other parts of the country and inward visits from officials from London. This is an important role working closely with colleagues across the UK mission to support events, meetings and visits.  The successful candidate will have strong administrative, organisation and communication skills (written and oral) and have the flexibility to respond to new priorities in a fast paced environment.

The job holder will be responsible for ensuring the smooth running of administrative functions in support of the political team.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
Administration:
  • Arranging meetings, transport and escorting visitors,
  • Liaison with political team contacts
  • Tasked with general administration including printing and photocopying papers, filing
  • Organising stationary
  • Ensuring management of information and contacts is accurate
Correspondence:
  • Leading on official and public correspondence, including drafting replies and filing correspondence.  Production, registration and dispatch of official correspondence and documents for meetings.
Visits: Leading on visits for the section, organising programmes, ensuring logistical support, booking accommodation and arranging meetings.
Events: The role is envisaged to be flexible and will be required to help other members of the team in delivery of the political team objectives. It will require close working with teams across the UK mission (e.g. transport, security and protocol) to deliver successfully.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate for the British High Commission (BHC) Political Support & Visits Officer job should hold a university degree or similar qualification in a relevant field (e.g. Business Administration, Politics) or a related field;
  • At least three years of relevant work experience;
  • Strong administrative and IT skills
  • Close attention to detail and ability to prioritise in a fast-paced environment.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Ability and willingness to undergo security vetting process
  • Competencies: Changing and Improving, Making Effective Decisions, Collaborating and Partnering, Managing a Quality Service

How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested candidates who wish to join the British High Commission in the aforementioned capacity should apply by clicking on the link below.


Deadline: 20th September 2019

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 Writer – Kupsabiny Job Placements - United States Peace Corps


Organisation: United States Peace Corps
Duty Station:  Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Training Manager

About Peace Corps:
The Peace Corps is an agency of the United States Government, which sends American Volunteer development workers to assist in capacity building and technical assistance activities in over 70 countries worldwide.  The United States has enjoyed diplomatic relations with Uganda for over 30 years.  Ambassador Deborah R Malac currently heads the U.S Mission to Uganda.  The Mission is composed of several offices and organizations all working under the auspices of the Embassy and at the direction of the Ambassador.

Among the offices operating under the U.S Mission to Uganda are:
  • United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
  • Centers for Disease Control
  • Peace Corps 

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • Replicating Language Manual, Exercise Workbook and Phrasebook into Kupsabiny language following closely the existing Manual as a guide.
  • Translating the Table of Contents for the above mentioned based on existing ones following a Meaning-based approach.
  • Providing Grammar Reference, Functional Phrasebook, Glossary and Grammar Chart at the end of the Language Manual
  • Translating the Introduction to Survival Language Tape Scripts, Teacher Terminology, Agribusiness Terminology and Safety & Security Phrases into Kupsabiny Language.
  • Giving the equivalent of Kupsabiny greetings in the Greetings Book.
  • Editing and proof reading all the translated texts to ensure that the corrections have been done satisfactorily.
  • Recording of Manual Tape Scripts, Survival Kupsabiny, passages and songs.
  • Sharing any other information and tasks related to manual writing to facilitate team work and smooth completion of the given assignment.
  • Participation in the introductory sessions to ensure proper understanding of the method work.
  • Perfect knowledge in proper use of office the equipment (Computer, Printer, photocopier, Scanner, etc).
  • Excellent computer skills (MS Word)
  • Strong typing skills to ensure completion of the assigned work within the scheduled time.
  • Gather existing published materials in Kupsabiny language to be used as reference materials for proper syntax and spellings.
  • Willingness to live away from home to a location conducive to writing the mentioned materials for the duration of the exercise.
  • Proper documentation and filing of the finished work and handing it to the Language & Cross-Cultural Coordinator.

Key Deliverables:
  • Completed Language Manual, Exercise Workbook and Phrasebook.
  • Translated Introduction to Survival Language Tape Scripts, Teacher Terminology, Agribusiness Terminology and Safety & Security Phrases into Kupsabiny Language.
  • Recorded Language Manual Tape Scripts, Introduction to Survival Kupsabiny, passages and songs.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate for the US Peace Corps Writer – Kupsabiny job must hold a Diploma in the area of specialization
  • Experience in teaching a local Ugandan language to Peace Corps Trainees
  • Experience in teaching and analyzing a Ugandan language
  • Experience in adult education training and community development
  • Good interpersonal, counseling and intercultural skills
  • Excellent communication skills in English and at least one Ugandan language
  • Good judgment and problem solver.
  • Applicants must be legally able to work in Uganda.

How to Apply:
All candidates should submit only MS Word formatted documents to include: a letter of interest (1 page), resume (3 pages maximum), names and contact information for three references to

ug-applications@peacecorps.gov

Clearly indicate your name and the position applied for on the subject line of the cover email as well as on all the attachments: For example “Katungu Bonita_Writer Kupsabiny” for the Writer Position. Do not write any other words in the subject line of your mail. Submitted documents become the property of the Peace Corps and will not be returned.

NB: You will be contacted ONLY if you are deemed qualified. If called for an interview, you will be expected to bring a reference letter from your area Local Council (LC1) as well as your academic credentials.

Deadline: 14th August 2019

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 United States Peace Corps Jobs - Language and Cross Cultural Facilitator – Kupsabiny


Organisation: United States Peace Corps
Duty Station:  Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Training Manager

About Peace Corps:
The Peace Corps is an agency of the United States Government, which sends American Volunteer development workers to assist in capacity building and technical assistance activities in over 70 countries worldwide.  The United States has enjoyed diplomatic relations with Uganda for over 30 years.  Ambassador Deborah R Malac currently heads the U.S Mission to Uganda.  The Mission is composed of several offices and organizations all working under the auspices of the Embassy and at the direction of the Ambassador.

Among the offices operating under the U.S Mission to Uganda are:
  • United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
  • Centers for Disease Control
  • Peace Corps 

Job Summary:  The Language and Cross-Cultural Facilitator (LCF) is responsible for planning, delivering and evaluating language and intercultural training at Pre-Service, In-Service and other required opportunities for Peace Corps/Uganda. Working hand in hand with the Language & Cross-Cultural Coordinator, the LCF is expected to offer ongoing language and intercultural support to new Volunteers by carrying out interest survey (needs assessment) of each Volunteers so as to come out with strategies to address them in subsequent trainings.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • Design lesson plans and deliver them to the Peace Corps Trainees/Volunteers, using appropriate techniques and methodology;
  • Prepare session designs in advance, which are ready to be delivered during training period;
  • Conduct language classes in the Ugandan language of expertise (Kupsabiny);
  • Make daily Volunteer assessments and adjust lesson plans according to the learning needs of Volunteers;
  • Participate in Pre-Service Training Research for collection of teaching materials relevant for language, technical and Cross-Cultural training;
  • Tutor learners with special needs as, and when, such needs arise.
Intercultural Informant and Guide
  • Using your knowledge as a Ugandan, act as a guide in teaching about Ugandan cultures, with specific emphasis on the uniqueness of your cultural grouping;
  • Use your expertise in language teaching to impart cultural knowledge to Trainees during formal sessions;
  • Work closely with homestay families in fulfilling the Trainer role for the Trainees;
  • Act as a link between the Trainees and homestay families in clarifying any training related issues that may arise;
  • Perform daily check-ins for the Trainees to gauge their adjustment process;
  • Equip Trainees/Volunteers with skills to take care of their own safety and security by helping them learn the appropriate language, understand the local customs and cultural practices and dynamics of the political and social set up of the communities that may impact on Volunteers’ lives.
Training Design/implementation
  • Participate in designing an integrated Pre-Service Training Program;
  • Integrate technical training through close collaboration and guidance from Program Managers and Specialists.
Documentation and Reporting
  • Maintain file of written lesson plans, handouts, and other language supplementary materials used during training;
  • Submit weekly reports to the Language & Cross-Cultural Coordinator detailing the progress of each Volunteer, what has been covered, what needs improvement, and the following week’s plans;
  • Inform the Language & Cross-Cultural Coordinator periodically about the learning progress of each Volunteer, and on matters related to the Volunteer’s general suitability for service.
Team Member
  • Participate in team building activities designed to develop team spirit and responsibility;
  • Attend meetings as scheduled;
  • Share individual talents and expertise with colleagues.
Other
  • Perform any other duties as may be assigned by the Language & Cross-Cultural Coordinator and the Training Manager.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate for the US Peace Corps Language and Cross-Cultural Facilitator must hold a Diploma in the area of specialization
  • Experience in teaching a local Ugandan language to Peace Corps Trainees
  • Experience in teaching and analyzing a Ugandan language
  • Experience in adult education training and community development
  • Good interpersonal, counseling and intercultural skills
  • Excellent communication skills in English and at least one Ugandan language
  • Good judgment and problem solver
  • Management and supervision experience and / or aptitude
  • Money and resources management experience and /or aptitude
  • Willingness to live away from home in a training location for the duration of the training (in a rented house or Guest House)
  • Willingness to be on call all days of training including Sundays and put in extra time past language training to serve as Coordinator of the local Training Satellite.
  • Applicants must be legally able to work in Uganda.

How to Apply:
All candidates should submit only MS Word formatted documents to include: a letter of interest (1 page), resume (3 pages maximum), names and contact information for three references to

ug-applications@peacecorps.gov

Clearly indicate your name and the position applied for on the subject line of the cover email as well as on all the attachments: For example “Katungu Bonita_LCF Kupsabiny” for the Language and Cross Cultural Facilitator – Kupsabiny Position. Do not write any other words in the subject line of your mail. Submitted documents become the property of the Peace Corps and will not be returned.

NB: You will be contacted ONLY if you are deemed qualified. If called for an interview, you will be expected to bring a reference letter from your area Local Council (LC1) as well as your academic credentials.
Deadline: 14th August 2019

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


Earn 137m as Project Management Specialist (Civil Society/Community Systems) at United States US Embassy / Mission


Organisation: United States US Embassy, US Mission in Uganda
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Salary Grade: UGX 137,483,245 - 202,072,484 per annum (FSN 11)

About US Embassy:
The United States Embassy in Kampala, Uganda has enjoyed diplomatic relations with Uganda for over 30 years.  Ambassador Deborah R. Malac currently heads the U.S Mission to Uganda.  The Mission is composed of several offices and organizations all working under the auspices of the Embassy and at the direction of the Ambassador.

Among the offices operating under the U.S Mission to Uganda are:
  • United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
  • Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
  • Peace Corps

Job Summary:  The position - USAID Project Management Specialist (Civil Society/Community Systems) - is a key member of the USAID OHH Investing in People Team. Civil society and community based groups assisted directly or indirectly by OHH are typically involved in service delivery as well as advocacy activities. The Specialist will be responsible for program activities that work to strengthen civil society role in supporting the national response to HIV/AIDS, Malaria, MNCH and broader health systems issues, as well as helping USAID and its implementing partners to better understand how to support and strengthen communities systems to become more self-reliant and take a proactive role in finding solutions for their health concerns.

Specifically, the Specialist will serve as the lead on USAID’s efforts to work collaboratively with donors to improve partnerships, donor harmonization to better align with GOU through engagement in various line ministries, support civil society’s response to national efforts within the health sector, and will ensure that the program is aligned with national priorities, strengthens existing systems and structures, and supports innovative approaches to improve long-term sustainability. As the USG PEPFAR program moves towards building partnerships for sustainability, USAID is expected to strengthen its role in building networks with GOU, donors and other stakeholders for increased strategic engagement, resource mobilization and coordination to improve efficiency.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
Program Management - 60% Provide oversight of all activities related to working with GOU, civil society, particularly in HTV/AIDS, TB, Family Health and Malaria service delivery, in USAID/Uganda’s cooperative agreements/contracts. Key program management activities for the Civil Society/Community Specialist include:
Program Planning
  • Provide sound technical advice that will strengthen the Mission’s efforts in working with GOU, civil society organizations and other donors on HTV/AIDS service delivery and advocacy. Requires close coordination with the Maternal Child Health, TB and Malaria programs.
  • Develop, in collaboration with OHH implementing partners (IPs), detailed plans, goals, and objectives for strengthening GOU engagement and the role of civil society. Particularly, provide technical guidance on standardization of community service delivery systems using a systems strengthening approach.
  • Provide planning expertise in delineating program focus and developing program orientation for working with civil society organizations involved in service delivery and advocacy.
  • Exercise good judgment and discretion in resolving program-related issues and conflicts.
  • Collaborate with other USAID programs including among others the Education, Youth and Child Development and Democracy and Governance offices.
  • Keep up-to-date inventory of donor, government and community stakeholders who have direct influence on USAID health programs and operations and develop plans on how the mission can strengthen partnerships and collaboration with these entities.
Technical Oversight
  • Contribute to the Mission’s annual planning preparation and reporting, including among others the country development cooperation strategy (CDCS), PEPFAR Country Operation Plan (COP), Malaria Operational Plan, and the mission Operational Plan.
  • Provide technical advice during USG discussions on strengthening the role of GOU engagement, civil society and Community Systems strengthening in the health sector, including support for the national community framework for HIV.
  • Provide overall technical guidance and leadership to OHH IPs, emphasizing evidence-based best practices at community level including development of sustainable models for integrating HIV into general health care services, as we attain epidemic control.
  • Provide technical direction and guidance to all OHH IPs in the area of Community Systems and civil society during the work-plan and reporting processes.
  • Provide technical support for improving the HRH initiatives for Community Systems.
  • Conduct and analyze program evaluations to redefine concepts and criteria for new and expanding programs.
  • Support HHO in documenting and sharing lessons from evolving partnerships and stakeholder engagement processes including ensuring appropriate follow-up from program team when necessary.
Project Management
  • Serve as the project/activity manager for activities relating to strengthening GOU and donor engagement, civil society work, and other projects that will be assigned from among USAID projects.
  • Provide continuity to current programs and instruction and guidance for the start up of new activities.
  • Participate in Mission review of technical proposals from potential G2G, civil society grantees and community programs as well as USAID implementing partner work-plans, to ensure that they are technically sound, realistic, and meet the needs of the various programs working with communities.
  • Participate in USAID’s project designs process to ensure that critical Community Systems strengthening initiatives are addressed.
  • Prepare required authorization documents for signature of the responsible Mission official, and track disbursements to program partners.
  • Prepare and amend USAID documentation, including Action Memoranda, scopes of work, and budgets for assigned activities in a timely and efficient manner and consistent with USAID regulations and policies.
  • Support on-going USAID efforts to improve community programming including capacity building for CSOs, governance issues, and quality improvement for community programming among others.
  • Prepare briefing materials and/or provide presentations to senior USG leadership at the embassy and in Washington DC as a technical area subject matter expert when required.
Monitoring, Evaluation, and Reporting
  • Supervise the maintenance of project records and the preparation of periodic reports of activity status.
  • Evaluate the performance of IP organizations working with civil society groups on HIV/AIDS and health service delivery and advocacy activities. This could potentially include activities within the Education, Youth and Child Development Office.
  • Conduct periodic field visits to identify and assess the quality of services and the impact of program inputs, and to ensure regular communication with IPs and counterparts at all levels.
  • Monitor activity progress, implementation quality, and adherence to budgets.
  • Monitor program resources allocated to activities to strengthen G2G and civil society to ensure that they are being used effectively.
  • Report implementation obstacles to relevant OHH team members, and make appropriate recommendations to resolve them.
  • Participate in routine field monitoring visits to follow up IPs with Community Systems programs to ensure they are aligned to the approved standards.
  • Designing Community Systems evaluation questions to enrich the body of knowledge for improving communities’ roles in service delivery.
  • Provide technical support in strengthening community health information and supply chain system.
Coordination with USG and Key Stakeholders - 40%
  • Maintain close contact with relevant regional, district and local government officials, particularly in focal areas regarding partnerships, government engagement, civil society engagement, and Community Systems strengthening for Health and HTV services
  • Actively participate in the coordination among USAID, other USG agencies, implementing partners, and key stakeholders such as Development Partners, including civil society groups, involved in improving HIV/AIDS and health services in Uganda both in the public and private sectors.
  • Serve as member of USG coordination working groups.
  • Represent USAID on key GOU, donor and other technical working groups and fora.
  • Maintain regular contact with professional counterparts at the national level.
  • Represent the interests of USAID program objectives, using both diplomacy and technical clarity in discussions related to program concerns and issues
  • Arrange for and utilize outside technical assistance when required to further enhance implementation of program activities.
  • The Specialist should expect adjustments in assigned duties and responsibilities as the USG HIV/AIDS program reaches maturity, and as guidance and requirements evolve under PEPFAR or subsequent initiatives in the Family Health, Malaria team programs. Other duties will also include:
  • Organize site visits and prepare orientation documents as required.
  • Prepare reports for the Mission website.
  • Attend appropriate USAID-sponsored training.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
NOTE:  All applicants must address each selection criterion detailed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each item.
  • The applicants for the United States US Embassy Project Management Specialist (Civil Society/Community Systems job opportunity should hold a Master’s Degree, or the local equivalent in public health, international development, or the equivalent in a field related to health service delivery, particularly HIV/AIDS.
  • At least six years of progressively responsible professional experience working in Uganda in health, HTV/AIDS and/or the development field;
  • Experience working in health or HTV/AIDS service delivery or advocacy and working with civil society groups is particularly desirable;
  • Work experience should include at least 3 years of planning, developing, managing and evaluating programs and community activities with donor organizations, host-country organizations, and/or non-governmental organizations; and analyzing program data and presenting findings in written or oral form.
  • Knowledge of health and HTV/AIDS service delivery in the public and private sector in Uganda and in other sub-Saharan African countries, including the role that civil society has effectively played in service delivery and advocacy;
  • Sound understanding of the social, economic and cultural determinants and implications of the health burden and HTV epidemic in Uganda, and design of community health projects;
  • Understanding of other donor involvement in supporting health and HTV/AIDS civil society efforts;
  • Understanding of community-based counseling, care and support activities as well as other community health areas in nutrition, malaria, MCH etc. as carried out in Uganda; and
  • Knowledge of USG and PEPFAR policies, regulations, procedures, and documentation preferred.
  • Technical expertise in health and HTV/AIDS service delivery and advocacy in working with civil society groups;
  • Ability to develop and maintain effective working-level and management-level contacts within the health and HTV/AIDS service delivery activities of the government and NGOs;
  • Ability to work effectively in team and interagency environments, and to train, mentor, and coordinate well with others;
  • Ability to interpret directives and related guidance;
  • Excellent computer skills including Word, Excel, E-mail, and the internet;
  • Strong management skills, including financial management, administrative, and monitoring skills used to track the performance of implementing partners and activities;
  • Ability to present information, analyses, and recommendations in clear written and oral formats;
  • Ability to travel to regions and districts within Uganda.
  • Language Proficiency: Level IV (fluent) English language proficiency, speaking and writing is required.

How to Apply:
All those interested in working with the US mission in Kampala should send their applications and strictly adhere to the following:
  • A signed DS-174 Employment Application for Locally Employed Staff or Family Member, Click Here
  • Cover letter clearly indicating the position for which you are applying and describing how you meet the minimum requirements
  • A Curriculum Vitae/Resume
  • Copies of Academic Transcripts
  • Names, contact numbers, and e-mail addresses of three (3) professional references. At least one of the references must be a prior or current direct supervisor.

Submit Application To:

Human Resources Office
By email at KampalaHR@state.gov

NB: Your application will be reviewed if you have fulfilled all the requirements including submission of standard file types such as Microsoft Word (.doc) and Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) in a single attachment (No Zipped files, Links or Multiple Attachments) and should not exceed 10MB. Please clearly indicate the position number and title you are applying for on the DS-174 form.

Deadline: 2nd August 2019

The US Mission in Kampala provides equal opportunity and fair and equitable treatment in employment to all people without regard to race, color religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation, marital status, or sexual orientation.  The Department of State also strives to achieve equal employment opportunity in all personnel operations through continuing diversity enhancement programs.

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