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Fresher Admin. Team Member NGO Jobs - Show Mercy International


Job Title:     Admin. Team Member

Organization: Show Mercy International

Duty Station: Wakiso - Kaliiti, Uganda


About US:

Show Mercy International is a Non-government Christian Organization dedicated to transforming lives. We are seeking for passionate born-again Christians with experience in the following fields to join our team; Our ministry is fueled by a passion for people. In 2003, when we (Mike and Lori Salley - Co-Founders) first went to Uganda, we experienced the LOVE of Jesus in an incredible way. We knew then, we had to extend this same opportunity to others. That's when Show Mercy was born. Since then, thousands of people have rallied around this passion at SMI, and together we are making a life changing difference - not only in Ugandan families, but in people all around the world.


Job Summary:  Show Mercy International is looking for an individual with the qualities below to join their team. (For details on what we do, go to our website at )


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

·        Born-again Christian

·        Expressive passion with a joyful attitude

·        Great administrative Skills

·        Excellent computer skills

·        Highly organized

·        Forward thinker

·        Excellent verbal and written communication in English

·        Excellent time manager

·        Strategic planner

·        Resourceful

·        Detail-oriented

·        Leadership skills

·        Humility

·        Ability to speak Luganda


How to Apply:

All suitably qualified candidates should hand deliver their applications, CV, academic papers and recommendation letter from their pastor to our base by following these instructions;


If in Kampala town, go to Namirembe park and board a taxi to Kakiri. Tell the conductor you let out at “Kumi nanya” (14 in Luganda) stage. Get a boda to Show Mercy or “ew’abazungu” at UGX. 2,000.

(If you’re along the Northern by-pass, get a taxi to Kakiri still or one to Wakiso from where you’ll board another headed to Kakiri.)


NB: All the above requested documents are mandatory


Deadline:  9th November, 2020


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Fresher WPE Project Officer - Listen Up NGO Jobs - International Rescue Committee (IRC)


Job Title:    WPE Project Officer - Listen Up

Organization:  International Rescue Committee (IRC)

Duty Station:  Uganda

Reports to: Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator 


About US:

The International Rescue Committee helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover, and gain control of their future. It was created by Albert Einstein more than 80 years and has been working in Uganda since 1998. It has particularly working in the conflict zones where tens of thousands of people have been kills and over 1.6 million displaced. Following a peace agreement in 2006, Ugandans are returning home and looking to rebuild their lives. The IRC is there to protect women and children from violence and exploitation by fostering a safe environment and encouraging education, and is supporting farmers and small businesses, and helping communities promote peace and long-term development.


Job Summary:   The Women’s Protection and Empowerment (WPE) Project Officer will support implementation of a project addressing prevention and response to sexual exploitation and abuse in humanitarian settings. The project has been implemented from September 15, 2018 and runs to September 14, 2021 in Bidibidi Yumbe. The Project Officer will report to the Project Manager.


Key Duties and Responsibilities:  

·        Participate in annual workshop to design and share learning with all project partners

·        Implement listening sessions with women about access to community complaints and SEA reporting and investigations mechanisms

·        Participate in trainings on SEA investigation

·        Participate in PSEA action group and fulfill activities of action group (including interagency investigations)

·        Compile monthly reports on project activities and participate in monthly planning and support calls with WPE TA, ICT Specialist and project lead

·        Implement digital element of project alongside digital partner

·        Partner with Raising Voices (with regional Gender Equality Advisors’ support) to adapt Get Moving! organizational change approach to address sexual harassment and SEA and support Ugandan WRO to pilot with UN and INGOs


Key Activities:

·        An annual workshop to design and share learning with all project partners

·        Ongoing listening sessions with women to capture feedback and evaluate community complaints and sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) reporting and investigations mechanisms

·        Participation and support to UNHCR’s interagency PSEA action group

·        Strengthening information management and training of WPE response team on SEA response

·        Partnering with women’s rights organizations and an ICT/digital partner to co-design and implement a digital or phone based element to SEA reporting and accountability mechanism, including an ICT assessment, pilot approach, feedback, and reporting

·        Partnering with Raising Voices to develop an organizational change approach to address sexual harassment and SEA and support women’s rights organizations to pilot.

·        Building strong feminist movements within Partner organizations and Women Rights Organizations (WRO) working in the emergencies.

·        Capacity building and strengthening of Women Rights Organizations (WROs)


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

·        The applicants should hold Bachelor’s degrees in Social Work, Gender/Women Studies, Public Health, or other appropriate fields

·        Any additional studies in Gender, Human Rights and Project Planning and Management is an added advantage

·        At least two years of experience in the field of gender-based violence response, preferably working with refugees or conflict affected populations

·        Effective and quality implementation of the Listen Up! Objective  which includes proposing  innovative ways of amplifying women voices  through feedback mechanisms.

·        Strong monitoring and evaluation expertise

·        GBV practitioner / broader feminist and women’s rights background

·        Commitment to gender equality, respect for the Human rights  and movement building

·        Skills in documentation, presentation (PP) and facilitation.

·        Strong interpersonal skills and commitment to partnership

·        Confident use of excel and strong reporting skills

·        Support collaboration with the general WPE unit and other IRC units  to integrate PSEA  in their programing and project design.

·        Desirable, previous experience working on PSEA, conducting investigations, setting up community complaints mechanisms

·        Desirable, previous experience with digital, mobile or other use of technology to deliver health, education or protection outcomes for vulnerable populations


How to Apply:

All suitably qualified and interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at the link below.


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Deadline: 10th November 2020


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Community Development Specialist NGO Careers - Associazione Centro Aiuti Volontari (ACAV)


Job Title:    Community Development Specialist

Organization:  Associazione Centro Aiuti Volontari (ACAV)

Duty Station:   Uganda

Reports to: Project Manager


About US:

Associazione Centro Aiuti Volontari (ACAV) is an international non-profit organisation whose mission is to promote international solidarity for equitable and compatible development in the world so as to reach a balance between poor and rich social realities. Its cooperation projects for development are based on the values of sustainability, transparency, respect, accountability and reciprocity. ACAV operates according to the principles of equality, non-discrimination and impartiality by adopting the same approach towards all individuals and institutions with whom it interacts.


About EUTF Project:

ACAV has been awarded a 3-year grant by European Union Emergency Trust Fund to address the irregular migration and displacement of people in Africa (EUTF) to finance the implementation of the action titled “Technical Assistance to Koboko Municipality to implement CRRF (Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework): Inclusive Urban Development and Mobility in Koboko, Uganda.”


Job Summary:  The Community Development Specialist is a highly skilled and experienced professional to reinforce ACAV capacity in providing technical assistance to Koboko Municipality in the area of community development. The specialist will strengthen the strategic linkages with Koboko Municipality and other partners for better implementation of the EUTF project


Key Duties and Responsibilities:  

·        Contribute towards strengthening of participatory governance in the municipality by introducing and nurturing mechanisms of inclusive and wider citizen participation in the decision-making process.

·        Guide on effective community-based approach in implementing the project as well as ensuring local priorities and initiatives are integrated into higher level of development planning in the Municipality

·        Provide technical support and guidance to ensure gender mainstreaming and social inclusion in all aspects of the project for sustainable development

·        Guide on project implementation in accordance to the EUTF and ACAV policy and procedure and generally accepted principles

·        Work to expand partnerships and cooperation between community organizations, other NGOs and the different levels of government for efficient project implementation

·        Supervise and support implementation and coordination of protection related programs with stakeholders like the JLOS, UNHCR, OPM, Police and local organizations

·        Provide mentorship, professional training and support to the community development officers, CSOs and other local authorities on community related programs

·        Supervise and monitor the work of community development officers and other CSOs implementing the EUTF project

·        Provide technical guidance and support in the development of IEC materials for community mobilization and sensitization

·        Support in internalization, documentation and replication of success stories and practices by the CSOs, and the local authorities implementing the project

·        Develop/support the development of necessary training materials and implementation guidelines for CSOs and the Municipality

·        Track and report on the progress of the project in the areas of responsibility and advise on better implementation strategies

·        Undertake remedial or any other measures required for timely achievement of the project results

·        Ensure that profiles of local, regional or international partners and information related to the department is maintained, shared and updated on the website

·        Undertake any other duty assigned by the supervisor for the achievement of the project objectives or results.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

·        The applicant must hold a Master’s Degree in Social Sciences, Sociology, Economics, Development Studies, Community Sustainability/ development or related field.

·        At least five years of direct “hands-on” working experience in Community development initiatives at managerial level.

·        Sound knowledge of the concepts of social mobilization, decentralization and sustainable development.

·        Have a good understanding of the local context with professional knowledge in project planning and management and implementing gender sensitive community development projects in an international development context.**

·        Strong computer literacy with a full knowledge of MS Office, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

·        Strong reporting skills with the ability to present complex information in a clear and compelling manner.

·        Readiness to commit and adhere to the values, policies and procedure.

·        Strong organizational and time management skills.

·        Good mobilization and people centered skills.

·        Analytic and a strategic thinker.

·        Excellent writing and communication skills.

·        Problem solving capacity.

·        Ability to work long hours without supervision.


Personal requirements

·        Demonstrated understanding of data protection and confidentiality as part of data collection and management as well as reporting.

·        Strong problem-solving approach with the ability to anticipate problems and proactively suggest solutions.

·        Excellent time management skills with the ability to manage multiple priorities and meet the deadlines.

·        Demonstrated capacity to work under pressure, while being reactive to unexpected demands or changes.

·        Strong interpersonal and communication skills.

·        Actively support organisational learning and innovation.


Desirable criteria

·        Previous experience of working on project funded by the European Union.

·        Previous work experience in project and programmes dealing with forced migration (i.e. Refugees, IDPs, Returnees).

·        Previous work experience in the project area or West Nile, Uganda is an added value.

·        Fluency in one or more of the local languages spoken in Koboko and West Nile, Uganda is an asset.

·        Readiness to start work by November once considered


How to Apply:

All interested applicants who meet the above requirements for the positions advertised shall submit their application accompanied with:

·        Application or cover letter.

·        Detailed curriculum vitae.

·        Copies of academic testimonials and other credentials

·        Contacts of three professional and reputable referees

·        Postal address, email and reliable day time telephone contacts


Address your applications to:


Human Resource Officer,

Associazione Centro Aiuti Volontari (ACAV),

Plot 94, Moyo Road, Koboko Municipal Council,

P.O. Box 126, Koboko – Uganda


Applications can be delivered to ACAV Koboko Office or via e-mail at


Deadline: 2nd November 2020 by 5:00pm.


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Fresher Project Assistant GBV (UNHCR) NGO Job Opportunities - Lutheran World Federation (LWF) Uganda


Job Title:    Project Assistant GBV (UNHCR)

Organization:  Lutheran World Federation (LWF) Uganda

Duty Station:  Uganda

Reports to: Project Officer


About US:

LWF World Service is the humanitarian and development arm of the Lutheran World Federation. We are a widely recognized, international, faith-based organization working in over 20 countries. We seek to bring people of all backgrounds together in the common quest for justice, peace, and reconciliation in an increasingly complex and fragmented world. Lutheran World Federation (LWF) Uganda is part of the LWF World Service and we are currently supporting Congolese and South-Sudanese refugees living in settlements in the districts of Kamwenge, Adjumani, Moyo, Kyangwali and Lamwo respectively.


Job Summary:  Under the guidance of the Project Officer, the Project Assistant. GBV (UNHCR) is responsible for the day to day general implementation of Gender Based Violence (GBV) cases within the settlements and host communities.


Key Duties and Responsibilities:  

·        Assist the project officer in identifying GBV/ SGBV cases and promote active participation of beneficiaries and intermediaries in the planning, implementation and evaluation of the project activities;

·        In collaboration with the project officer, provide guidance to community structures to report cases of GBV/SGBV;

·        Provides Basic psychosocial support for survivors of gender-based violence and human rights Violations;

·        Liaise with the project officer, legal Officer and Lawyers to facilitates legal representation to complainants as necessary especially in regard to mobilization;

·        Participates in the coordination meetings on GBV, partakes in SGBV training in the identification of Survivors, assesses victims and provides medical care support where necessary and makes appropriate referrals;

·        Ensuring timely and prompt case follow up of all GBV cases;

·        Using participatory methods, identifies and engages key stake holders in promoting active community participation in prevention and responses to SGBV;

·        Trains community structures and stakeholders on GBV prevention and response SASA/ZTVA methodology;

·        Collect and tabulate data field data on project activities carried on a regular basis and undertake impact assessment

·        using participatory approaches for all beneficiaries to determine the relevance and impact of the assistance offered;

·        Ensure all survivors received appropriate services depending on the clients need;

·        Ensure Adherence to the principle of confidentiality and dignity;

·        Ensure that weekly reports and monthly reports are submitted to the responsible officer within the specified time.

·        Ensure that all activities have approved work plan.

·        Ensure that all work plan is submitted to the Project Officer in time.

·        Ensure that all community-based facilitators comply with I-WF code of conduct and the child protection policy.

·        Report issues that affects the community Base facilitators to the Settlement Officer.

·        Ensure correct documentation of complaints tools e.g. Attendance list, Distribution list, beneficiaries list and ensure proper filing of project documents.

·        Conduct regular field visits to all beneficiaries site where project activities are under taken, check on progress and verify existing caseloads needs, document challenges on deliveries and utilizations of protection inputs in line with project objectives.

·        Documentation of story of change on a quarterly basis.

·        Develop project monitoring plans to ensure that project activities are implemented a

·        Undertake other related duties as may reasonably be assigned by the Supervisor.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

·        The ideal candidate must hold a University Degree in Gender and Women Studies, Social work, Social Science study;

·        At least two years’ experience in Project Management/Community Development

·        Proven knowledge and experience in developing and implementing community mobilization projects.

·        Problem Solving and Decision-Making skills;

·        Good interpersonal skills and excellent negotiation skills;

·        Excellent English Language (both written and spoken);

·        Information Technology (MS Office, Internet);

·        Ability to work under pressure to meet tight deadlines;

·        Good team worker with good communication skills;

·        Ability to exercise sound judgment, to remain flexible to a changing environment, and to make decisions independently. Ability to ride a DT motorcycle with a valid riding permit.

·        Possession of a national ID or an equivalent to show evidence of origin.


How to Apply:

Candidates who are interested in the above jobs should submit an updated CV and Application letter with copies of academic documents giving a day time telephone contact and email addresses of 3 (three) work related referees through hand delivered applications to the address below, clearly indicating the job title on the right comer of the sealed envelope.


CVs can also be emailed to Please indicate the position you have applied for on the top of the parcel, addressed to;


The Human Resource Officer

Lutheran World Federation

Adjumani Sub Program


Deadline: Thursday 29th October 2020 by 5:00pm


NB: Only short-listed candidates will be contacted within two weeks after the job advert deadline.


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Fresher Child Development Officer (CDO) Sponsor Donor Relations Jobs - Compassion International


Job Title:    Child Development Officer (CDO) Sponsor Donor Relations

Organisation: Compassion International

Duty Station:  Uganda


About US:

Orwadai PCU- Child Development Centre is a Faith-Based Organization rendering holistic Child Development, announces the availability of a Ministry opportunity (job vacancy) in the Children's ministry.


Job Summary:  The Child Development Officer (CDO) Sponsor Donor Relations will implement Child Development Programs for selected beneficiaries and will be expected to exhibit high sense of integrity, stewardship, dignity and excellence at all levels.


Key Duties and Responsibilities:  

·        Serves as an advocate for children and caregivers

·        Take lead of the Child Development Programs.

·        Generate quality Survival Child Development Program work plans, reports- monthly, quarterly and annually.

·        Generate concepts and proposals related to survival interventions within the Child Development Centre.

·        Monitoring of program areas among households supported and make submissions to the supervisor.

·        Proper documentation and record keeping of all information within the Survival Program desk.

·        To work closely with the local church in developing their child care ministry

·        Responsible for holistic development of beneficiaries

·        Works closely with other staffs under the supervision of the Project Director


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

·        The applicant should preferably hold a Degree or Diploma in Development Studies, Social Work, Education, Child Development and Children's Ministry, Business Studies, Social Sciences, Agriculture, Community psychology and community health.

·        Must be a mature born-again Christian of 25-35 years with a sound testimony willing to be an active minister in the local church where she/he is posted

·        Knowledge in counseling, guidance and Child development will be an added advantage.

·        Willing to work for extra hours in a case of emergencies and deadlines.

·        Must have good interpersonal and computer skills. a team builder and willing to take initiative with customer care

·        Working ability to apply and adapt established accounting procedures to a variety of accounting transactions, problem and situations.

·        Good written communication skills and strong verbal communication skills, intermediate English ability is preferred

·        Skills in project planning and management will be an added advantage.

·        Formal training in counselling and Child Development will be added advantage

·        Previous supervisory experience desired

·        Ability to observe team work and is innovative in assignment.

·        Conversant with the local language of the area (Ateso) will be an added advantage.


How to Apply:

All applications must be addressed and hand delivered to Bishops Office Pentecostal Churches of Uganda (PCU)- Amuria/Kapelebyong Districts to Church/ CDC premises- Orwadai village 3-4 kms away from Angany Trading Centre Orungo Road, Kuju Sub-county Amuria District. Hand written Application, CV with two referees including contacts, photocopies of academic documents. Marriage certificate if your married and Letter of recommendation from your local church leader.


Deadline: 30th October 2020 by 5:00pm


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