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Lead, Education and Skills Job Placement - Q-Sourcing Servtec


Organization: Q-Sourcing Servtec
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
REF: QSSU-MCF-LES Lead, Education and Skills

About US:
Q-Sourcing Limited, trading as Q-Sourcing Servtec, is a manpower management solutions firm operating in the East African Region in the countries of Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and South Sudan. On behalf of one of our Kampala based clients, Mastercard Foundation, we are looking for a competent and experienced Lead, Education and Skills.

About The Client:
Mastercard Foundation seeks a world where everyone has the opportunity to learn and prosper. Through its Young Africa Works strategy and Canadian EleV program, the Foundation works with partners to ensure that millions of young people, especially young women, access quality education, financial services and dignified work. Mastercard Foundation was established in 2006 through the generosity of Mastercard when it became a public company. The Foundation is independent with its own Board of Directors and CEO.

The Work At The Foundation
They have entered a very exciting time at the Foundation as they scale up their operations across Africa to realize their Young Africa Works strategy. Your role at the Mastercard Foundation is to be a catalyst. Our Young Africa Works strategy focuses on working with others to spur systemic change so young people have the opportunity to find work that is dignified and fulfilling. The Foundation has opened offices in Rwanda, Kenya, Ghana, Senegal, Ethiopia, Nigeria and Uganda, building a broader leadership presence in Africa to develop specific strategies that support youth employment. Within a country, they work with governments, the private sector, educators and other funders to improve the quality of education and vocational training, prepare young people for the work force, expand access to financial services for entrepreneurs and small businesses, and connect job seekers to dignified and fulfilling work. They are ambitious and driven. Their values transcend and rise above everything else as our guide. They encourage you to bring your bold ideas, curiosity, and expertise to your work. Your journey together makes their impact even more meaningful. If you are ready to build something new and increase your impact, read on!

The Opportunity: Reporting to the Country Head - Uganda, the Lead, Education and Skills will work collaboratively with other Foundation staff such as country team members and other colleagues at the Foundation with focus on agriculture; gender; youth engagement; digital economies, MSME growth, Scholars Program, etc. in the design and implementation of programs that contribute to deliver Young Africa Works strategy. The candidate will initiate and manage assessments to identify evolving needs and priorities in the education sector; through development of new project ideas, proposal and budgets. She/he will provide expertise to help identify constraints that prevent education and workforce systems from functioning effectively at the country level. She/he will support the development and design of coherent education and skill development programs aligned with nationally identified priorities and Foundation strategies that respond to the needs of young people and the private sector. She/he will ensure cross cutting themes of Child Safeguarding and Gender are fully incorporated into all education programme development and implementation. In addition, the h she/he will assist in the design and implementation of a portfolio of Education focused partnerships and draw insights on key questions in the Foundation’s learning agenda.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:  
·        Identify issues and trends that affect the quality of secondary Education and TVET, as part of the Foundation’s country strategy and program development processes.
·        Assist in identifying skill and workforce development gaps, issues and trends that affect education and economic development during the Foundation’s country strategy and program development processes.
·        Provide skills and workforce development expertise to support Foundation colleagues’ design and management of programs in Uganda and other priority countries as required.
·        Support and/or Manage current or future programs as appropriate, distilling learnings for the country which may include facilitating implementing partner coordination, reviewing narrative and financial reporting, undertaking regular partner/site visits and distilling learnings for the country teams as well as wider Foundation staff.
·        Lead the adaptation of the Foundation’s programming and learning related to secondary education and to specific country contexts, leveraging country diagnostics and learning from our portfolio of partners.
·        Identify and engage with potential implementing partners for country-based.
·        Secondary Education/TVET programming and support the development of program proposals.
·        Participate in Secondary Education/TVET partner coordination working groups, task forces and other meetings where relevant.
·        Build and maintain relationships with partner organizations, government representatives and other key stakeholders at the country-level, communities of practice and global stakeholders.
·        Support the design and delivery of appropriate mechanisms to monitor effectiveness and impact of skills development interventions.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
·        Graduate degree in education, economics or a youth development-related field.
·        Minimum 7-10 years of relevant experience leading program interventions in Uganda (at a national level) with partner organizations/grantees; education sector experience is desirable.
·        Strong understanding of key issues, challenges and trends in TVET in Sub-Saharan Africa.
·        Program development and execution in the non-profit or public sectors with a focus on Secondary Education/TVET and workforce development training;
·        Skills or workforce development program development and execution, focused on low-income youth, and incorporating one or more of: work-based and experiential earning approaches (e.g. apprenticeships, internships, etc.); upskilling or reskilling; assessment and credentialing; digitally-enabled delivery; career counselling; soft skills training; entrepreneurship skills training; labour market and skill gap assessments.
·        Knowledge of, and experience designing and implementing, best practices in TVET.
·        Command of quantitative and qualitative education and labour market analysis techniques.
·        Solid familiarity with the key organizations, development partners, donors, international organizations and other actors relevant to TVET in Africa is an asset.
·        Demonstrated ability to lead diagnostic and analytic work as well as project design, partner identification and implementation.
·        Excellent project management skills, including multi-stakeholder projects with senior levels of government and the private sector.
·        Experience working with or in partnership with non-profit, private or public sectors, particularly in a role relating to skills development in Africa.
·        Knowledge of skills and workforce development aligned with one or more growth sectors (e.g. agri-food systems, hospitality, manufacturing, construction, creative industries) would be an asset.
·        Knowledge in skills and workforce development financing approaches would be an asset.
·        Solid experience and knowledge in skills development issues surrounding vulnerable groups (e.g. rural young women, refugee or displaced youth, youth with disabilities etc.)
·        Demonstrated written, presentation and spoken communication skills in English.
·        Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to be flexible and adaptable and comfortable with ambiguity.
·        Proactive, engaged and a self-starter.
·        Excellent prioritization and time management skills.
·        Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
·        Good organizational skills and demonstrated ability to handle multiple tasks.
·        Flexible, adaptable, and able to execute a range of job duties and changing priorities.
·        Possess excellent verbal, written, and presentation skills with the ability to articulate information to a variety of constituents across cultures.
·        Possess professional maturity, sensitivity with different cultures, and impeccable integrity that exemplify the Foundation’s values.
·        Is willing to travel up to 30 -40%

How to Apply:
All candidates who meet the criteria outlined as above are encouraged apply under the job vacancy “QSSU-MCF-LES: Lead, Education and Skills”


Deadline: Tuesday 08th June 2020 by 3:00 pm

NB: Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Q-Sourcing Servtec is an equal opportunity employer. Any solicitation will lead to disqualification.

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USAID Project Jobs - Technical Advisor Collaboration, Learning and Adaptation (CLA) - Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP)



Organisation: Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Deputy Chief of Party, SBC Activity

About US:
Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) is a leader in strategic communication and research that facilitates access to information and exchange of knowledge to improve health.  CCP has more than 60 projects that employ staff in more than 40 countries around the world.  CCP has unparalleled experience as a global center for Social and Behavioral Change excellence.  Through its projects, CCP harnesses the power of social and behavior change communication to encourage the adoption of healthy behaviors in the projects implemented worldwide.

Project Background: 
The Social and Behavioral Change Activity (SBCA) is a five-year program implemented through a cooperative agreement between the United States Agency for International Development (USAID/Uganda) and Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP). The vision of USAID’s Social and Behavioral Change Activity is a Uganda where individuals and communities are not just healthy, but resilient, supported by strong adaptable systems and institutions to lead productive lives. The SBC Activity supports the Government of Uganda (GoU) and US government (USG) implementing partners to design and implement Social and behavioral Change (SBC) communication initiatives that   contribute towards reduction in Maternal and Child mortality, Malaria prevalence, Total Fertility rate, new HIV infections, TB prevalence and improved Nutrition out comes, resilience and improved SBC systems and expertise. 

Job Summary:  The Technical Advisor Collaboration, Learning and Adaptation (TA-CLA) will be responsible for spearheading CLA activities of the USAID Social and Behavioral Change (SBC) Activity. He or she will provide technical guidance, advice and direction for the development, implementation and promotion of the CLA agenda within SBCA, among USG and non-USG partners so as to ensure replication of SBC interventions and approaches which have evidence of impact.
The TA-CLA will focus on activities that contribute towards scaling up and sustainability of SBCA’s Social and Behavioral change initiatives. Priority areas include:
·        Collaboration – to ensure sequencing and cost effectiveness of SBCA SBC initiatives
·        Learning – to address knowledge gaps, identify promising practices and failures and sustainable impacts important to the activity; and Adaptation – based on learning to ensure effective management and desired results.

This role reports to the SBCA Deputy Chief of Party and has a supervisory role for the Technical Specialist, CLA.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:  
·        Work with SBCA Program staff and partners to develop and roll out the CLA strategy that promotes continuous learning and adaptation of SBC practices and approaches that have evidence of impact.
·        Provide day to day technical and programmatic guidance to the Technical Specialist CLA.
·        Work with MEL and program staff to organize reviews of SBCA program interventions and identify SBC best practices and lessons and use them to inform program learning and adaptive management approach.
·        Work with the SBCA Team responsible for the Experience Lab to disseminate identified SBC best practices via the digital platform for partners to access and replicate in their areas of operation.
·        Support SBCA project staff and partners to implement, monitor and review innovative pilot activities linked to the program’s learning agenda. As part of this T.A-CLA will lead the process of defining probable follow up actions and document lessons.
·        Work with MEL to ensure a cross-sectoral approach that involves integrating and mainstreaming of gender issues across SBCA programming.
·        Identify SBCA knowledge management capacity gaps and develop and implement a capacity strengthening plan that includes training and ongoing mentoring in line with the CLA agenda.
·        Support SBCA to document lessons learned and channel these to USAID’s results management and communications strategy so that they may inform USAID’s strategic planning and program design.
·        Develop, promote and nurture a culture of reflection, critical thinking and learning within the SBCA and its partners.
·        Support the Chief of Party and Deputy Chief of Party to manage internal and external communications.
·        Contribute to the program’s technical briefs, newsletters, and other internal and external communication materials.
·        Support SBCA to implement its Branding and Marking Plan and ensure internal compliance.
·        Represent SBCA in relevant conferences and meetings as may be required.
·        Perform any other duties as assigned by the supervisor.


Qualifications and Experience:
·        Master’s degree in either communication, Public Health or social sciences with a minimum of 7 years of progressive experience in monitoring and evaluation, adaptive management, learning and knowledge management.
·        Experience working on a USAID-funded program or other large, bi-lateral donor agency projects in the area of SBC/ health communication and Knowledge Management.
·        Prior experience working with monitoring and evaluation personnel to capture SBC information to monitor change and outcomes.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
·        Demonstrated experience and strong commitment to sharing knowledge, documenting experiences, supporting creative initiatives, and sharing credit.
·        Ability to translate complex technical concepts into simple and understandable concepts and/or messages.
·        Excellent, high-level, demonstrated written and oral communications skills in English.
·        Proficiency in standard computer applications including web-based applications and knowledge sharing networks.
·        Demonstrated analytical and critical thinking skills.
·        Demonstrated understanding and application of technical principles and concepts in social and behavior change.
·        Experience in mentoring, coaching, facilitation and training, applying adult learning principles and practices.

How to Apply:
All candidates are encouraged to submit e-mail applications to jobs@jhccpug.org with copies of current CV, cover letter and three professional referees. Please indicate which position you are applying for in the subject line of the email i.e. Technical Advisor Collaboration, Learning and Adaptation (CLA).

Deadline: 18th June 2020

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USAID Program Jobs - Technical Specialist Global Health Security & Malaria - Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP)


Organisation: Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Technical Advisor National Level Coordination

About US:
Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) is a leader in strategic communication and research that facilitates access to information and exchange of knowledge to improve health.  CCP has more than 60 projects that employ staff in more than 40 countries around the world.  CCP has unparalleled experience as a global center for Social and Behavioral Change excellence.  Through its projects, CCP harnesses the power of social and behavior change communication to encourage the adoption of healthy behaviors in the projects implemented worldwide.

Project Background: 
The Social and Behavioral Change Activity (SBCA) is a five-year program implemented through a cooperative agreement between the United States Agency for International Development (USAID/Uganda) and Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP). The vision of USAID’s Social and Behavioral Change Activity is a Uganda where individuals and communities are not just healthy, but resilient, supported by strong adaptable systems and institutions to lead productive lives. The SBC Activity supports the Government of Uganda (GoU) and US government (USG) implementing partners to design and implement Social and behavioral Change (SBC) communication initiatives that   contribute towards reduction in Maternal and Child mortality, Malaria prevalence, Total Fertility rate, new HIV infections, TB prevalence and improved Nutrition out comes, resilience and improved SBC systems and expertise. 

Job Summary:  The Technical Specialist Global Health Security & Malaria will be responsible for providing Social Behavioral Change (SBC) related technical assistance and capacity strengthening to the Ministry of Health (MOH) Health Promotion and Education Division (HPE&C), Malaria Control Program and USG implementing partners.  The position will contribute towards Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) and Quality Improvement outputs of the SBC Activity.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:  Under the supervision of the SBCA Technical Advisor National Level Coordination the Technical Specialist Global Security and Malaria will perform the following key duties
·        Provide day to day technical assistance and capacity strengthening to USG IPS, MOH, in the implementation of Global Health Security and Malaria initiatives that are aligned to national priorities and guidelines.
·        Support the Senior Technical Advisor SBC in the design and development of SBC strategies, materials, approaches and tools that ensure inclusion of relevant Global Health Security and   Malaria related priorities. 
·        Support the SBC Senior Technical Advisor in the roll out of the Integrated SBC platform at national and subnational levels.
·        Support SBCA to cultivate and manage relationships with USG Implementing partners, the Ministry of Health, Malaria Control Program and relevant Technical Working Groups
·        Represent SBCA in relevant external meetings and events (this may include delivering technical presentations, networking, relationship building, and initiating and follow through with opportunities for collaboration.
·        Work closely with the monitoring, evaluation, research and learning (MERL) team to routinely review Global Health Security and Malaria related performance data and initiate adaptations to program management and implementation.
·        Support the Collaboration Learning and Adaptation (CLA) team to document lessons and use evidence-based learning to guide and improve implementation of Global Health Security and Malaria interventions.
·        Work with the Capacity building specialist and the Technical Advisor National Level coordination to identify Technical Assistance needs and implement capacity strengthening plans.
·        Support SBCA staff to appreciate Global Health Security and Malaria issues and integrate these into their activities in order to widen reach.
·        Contribute towards quarterly reporting and annual working planning for the Global Health Security and Malaria Program.
·        Proactively remain up to date with key Global Health Security and Malaria related national and global recommendations and guidelines and integrate these into day to day programming.
·        Assist with other activities as directed by the supervisor.


Qualifications and Experience:
·        A Master’s degree in either communication, social sciences or Public health with over 5 years’ experience progressively working with in the area of SBC/ SBCC / Health communication.
·        Previous work experience with USAID funded projects in the areas of Global Health Security and Malaria.
·        Demonstrated experience in risk communication during emergencies.
·        Oral and written fluency in English.
·        Uganda national.

Knowledge, skills and abilities:
·        Demonstrated experience providing technical assistance and collaborating with Government, partners, donors, and NGOs.
·        Excellent leadership, organizational, interpersonal and collaboration skills.
·        Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
·        Comfortable interacting with donors, implementing partners, and key stakeholders.
·        Self-starter that can work with minimal supervision in a highly collaborative, team-based environment.
·        A high degree of maturity with excellent problem-solving skills.
·        Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

How to Apply:
All candidates are encouraged to submit e-mail applications to jobs@jhccpug.org with copies of current CV, cover letter and three professional referees. Please indicate which position you are applying for in the subject line of the email i.e. Technical Specialist Global Health Security & Malaria.

Deadline: 18th June 2020

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Technical Advisor National Level Coordination USAID Project Jobs - Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP)


Organisation: Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Deputy Chief of Party, SBC Activity

About US:
Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) is a leader in strategic communication and research that facilitates access to information and exchange of knowledge to improve health.  CCP has more than 60 projects that employ staff in more than 40 countries around the world.  CCP has unparalleled experience as a global center for Social and Behavioral Change excellence.  Through its projects, CCP harnesses the power of social and behavior change communication to encourage the adoption of healthy behaviors in the projects implemented worldwide.

Project Background: 
The Social and Behavioral Change Activity (SBCA) is a five-year program implemented through a cooperative agreement between the United States Agency for International Development (USAID/Uganda) and Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP). The vision of USAID’s Social and Behavioral Change Activity is a Uganda where individuals and communities are not just healthy, but resilient, supported by strong adaptable systems and institutions to lead productive lives. The SBC Activity supports the Government of Uganda (GoU) and US government (USG) implementing partners to design and implement Social and behavioral Change (SBC) communication initiatives that   contribute towards reduction in Maternal and Child mortality, Malaria prevalence, Total Fertility rate, new HIV infections, TB prevalence and improved Nutrition out comes, resilience and improved SBC systems and expertise. 

Job Summary:  The Technical Advisor National Level Coordination will be responsible for spearheading SBCA technical and coordination support to the Ministry of Health and United States Government (USG) implementing partners (IPs).  He or she will contribute towards strengthening of National and sub-national Social Behavioral Change (SBC) coordination mechanisms to ensure a coordinated and harmonized approach to SBC initiatives. This position role reports to the SBCA Deputy Chief of Party and has a supervisory role for Technical Specialists responsible for HIV/ AIDS, TB, Malaria, Global Health Security and Family Health SBC initiatives. This position involves 20% in country travel.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: Under the supervision of the Deputy Chief of Party SBCA, the National Advisor National Level Coordination will perform the following key duties:
·        Provide day to day technical and programmatic support for supervisees in charge of SBC initiatives for HIV AIDs, TB, Global Health Security, Malaria and Family Health to ensure alignment with national priorities and SBC standards of operating.
·        Support SBCA to create and strengthen strategic partnerships and alliances with key stakeholders including Government Ministries, USG and non-USG Implementing Partners (IPS) at national and sub national levels.
·        Support the MoH HPE & C to strengthen the National BCC Technical Working group as a key SBC coordinating mechanism.
·        Support the SBC Senior Technical Advisor and Regional SBC Technical Assistance teams to identify and strengthen SBC regional coordinating mechanisms.
·        Actively participate in SBC national and sub national technical working groups to ensure partners have a coordinated and harmonization approach to implementation of SBC initiatives.
·        Support MoH and SBCA to identify and strengthen mechanisms for multi-sectoral coordination of SBC initiatives with sectors including agriculture, governance, gender, social development, and education.
·        Work with the SBC Advisor and Regional SBC Technical Assistance Specialists to identify SBC related capacity building needs of USG and non-USG IPS and develop and implement capacity strengthening plans.
·        Use available national and subnational SBC coordinating mechanisms to promote USG and non-USG partner buy in, access and use of available SBC capacity strengthening products   that include the Experience Lab.
·        Work with the Senior Technical Advisor SBC, Monitoring Evaluation and Learning (MEL) and Collaboration Leaning and Adaptation teams (CLA) to identify evidence-based SBC interventions and approaches that USG and non-USG partners can scale up to cause change at population level.
·        Keep abreast with international and national protocols on SBC and SBCA thematic areas of focus that include HIV/ AIDS, Family Health, Malaria, Global Health Security and regularly impart the knowledge to SBCA staff and partners. 
·        Provide strategic and technical input and direction on SBCA annual work plans and Quarterly reporting for supervisees.
·        Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor.


Qualifications and Experience:
·        A Master’s degree in a relevant discipline such as communication, Public Health, Social sciences.
·        At least 7 years of demonstrated experience managing the design and implementation of Health communication initiatives is required. 
·        Previous experience working with USAID funded health communication projects.
·        Demonstrated experience working in programs that support HIV/ AIDs, TB control, maternal and Child health, Malaria prevention and Global Security.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
·        Demonstrated experience building partnerships and alliances with Government Ministries, USG and non-USG implementing partners.  
·        Ability to function independently in a highly demanding and frequently changing environment.
·        A sound understanding of Social and behavioral change communication issues.
·        Strong technical knowledge of HIV/AIDS, maternal/child health, reproductive health, malaria and tuberculosis.
·        Excellent interpersonal skills are required to establish and maintain a wide range of working-level contacts with government, non-governmental, and private-sector circles.
·        High degree of judgment and maturity based on technical expertise required to provide guidance and assistance to a wide variety of high-level SBC professionals at the national level.
·        Experience supervising or leading teams of professionals is required. 
·        Strong management and analytical skills.
·        Demonstrated ability to organize and present information in a clear and concise manner.
·        Excellent computer skills, including ease in using database, word processing, and presentation applications.

How to Apply:
All candidates are encouraged to submit e-mail applications to jobs@jhccpug.org with copies of current CV, cover letter and three professional referees. Please indicate which position you are applying for in the subject line of the email i.e. Technical Advisor National Level Coordination.

Deadline: 18th June 2020

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Several Regional Sales Manager Job Opportunities - Platinum Credit (U) Ltd


Organization: Platinum Credit (U) Ltd
Duty Station:  Upcountry, Uganda

About US:
Platinum credit is a leading Regional Micro Finance Company providing emergency loans to employed individuals in Eastern Africa. We have a wide spread branch network in Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania. Currently we are providing loans to Civil servants and employees of the Private sector, and will soon roll out asset finance products. Platinum Credit (U) Ltd is a subsidiary of Platcorp Holdings Ltd.

Job Summary:   The Regional Sales Manager will create and nurture a vibrant and productive sales team and coordinate all the sales & marketing activities in the region.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:  
·        Sourcing for new business in the region.
·        Achievement of sales targets for the branches under supervision.
·        Motivation, mentoring and ensuring high energy levels of the teams in all the branches.
·        Ensure that there is growth in the number of actual and active Sales Representatives.
·        Ensuring retention of Sales Representatives.
·        Ensure continuous and thorough training of Sales Representatives.
·        Oversee office operation and administrative functions to ensure compliance.
·        Building relationships in sales and collections activities with stakeholders.
·        In charge of coordinating marketing activities for the branches under supervision.
·        Ensuring maximum supervision of allocated branches.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
·        The applicant for the Platinum Credit (U) Ltd Regional Sales Manager job must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field.
·        At least three years’ experience in a similar position preferably in a financial institution.
·        A professional qualification in sales and marketing will be added advantage.

Competencies:
·        Sales Management Skills of Direct Sales; Recruitment; Promotional Skills; Account Management; Customer Service; and Entrepreneurship.
·        Excellent numerical and analytical skills
·        Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
·        Computer skills particularly Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and E-mail
·        Leadership and supervisory skills

How to Apply:
All candidates should send their applications, detailed CVs and testimonials to the address below;

The Human Resource Manager,
Platinum Credit (U) Ltd

Send your application by Email to: info@platinumcredit.co.ug

Deadline: 15th June 2020

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