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Consultancy Jobs - External Evaluator - Farm Africa UK



Organization: Farm Africa
Duty Station: Uganda

About US:
Farm Africa is an international non-governmental organization working to end hunger and bring prosperity to rural Africa. We work to increase the incomes and improve food security of smallholder farmers, pastoralists, agro-pastoralists, and forest dwellers in East Africa. A core part of our strategy is to ensure that our interventions are both economically sustainable and scalable. The systematic integration of market linkages in implementing programmes is crucial to our ability to scale our interventions cost-effectively. Farm Africa has the ambition to be the leading European NGO specialising in Agriculture, Natural Resource Management and Market Engagement.


About Consultancy: Farm Africa is seeking an external evaluator for Farm Africa’s ‘Catalysing CSO-led inclusive green growth in Kanungu district’s coffee value chain’ and ‘Empowering women in the coffee value chain in Kanungu District’ project.

Scope of Work: Farm Africa plans to commission an external evaluator to complete a range of pieces of work across both projects, and the indicative budget for all pieces of work is 175,000,000 UGX.

The work is currently scheduled as follows:
Jan – Feb 2019: CCIGG Quantitative Baseline Survey
Aug 2019: EWCVC Baseline Study / CCIGG Biannual Survey
Feb 2020: CCIGG and EWCVC Biannual Survey
Aug 2020: CCIGG and EWCVC Biannual Survey
Jan – Feb 2020: CCIGG and EWCVC Final Evaluations including Biannual Survey

Submission of Proposals
Interested consultants or firms are requested to submit:
·         A full technical and financial proposal (template for adaptation attached in Annex A). Please provide as much detail as possible, however at a minimum please clearly distinguish between consultancy costs and expenses, and detail any expenses that you will require Farm Africa to pay directly.
·         Copies of all relevant Curriculum Vitae (CVs). Only CVs for the specific individuals that will form the proposed evaluation team should be included;
·         A sample of a baseline or evaluation report for a similar project completed within the last 24 months (this will be treated as confidential and only used for the purposes of quality assurance);
·         Contact details for two references (including one from your last client/employer).

All documents must be submitted by email to our ‘sealed’ email address tenders@farmafrica.org. The email subject line should clearly indicate ‘Bid for the CCIGG and EWCVC External Evaluator Consultancy’.

Annexes
Full Terms of Reference (TOR), Download Here
Annex A: Technical and Financial Proposal Template, Download Here
Annex B: Farm Africa’s Style Guidelines, Download Here
Annex C: CCIGG Logframe, Download Here
Annex D: CCIGG MLP, Download Here
Annex C: EWCVC Logframe, Download Here

Deadline: 23rd January 2019 by 6:00pm

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Several Trainee HGV/PSC Driver Trainer Job Opportunities - Safe Way Right Way (SWRW)


Job Title:         Trainee HGV/PSC Driver Trainers
Organisation: Safe Way Right Way (SWRW)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda

About US:
The Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) is working in partnership with Safe Way Right Way (SWRW) and Transaid to support heavy goods vehicle (HGV) and passenger service vehicle (PSV) driver training in Uganda in anticipation of an increased demand for professional drivers in the oil and gas sector and the wider transport and logistics industry in Uganda.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate must hold an Advanced Certificate in Education or higher
  • At least five years driving experience of large commercial vehicles: Class CM, CH, DM and DH.
  • At least three years of accident-free driving experience
  • No training experience required but desirable. Qualified females candidates are encouraged to apply.
  • Fluent English, both written and oral
  • Ability to learn new skills quickly
  • Ability to teach and motivate others
  • Good team player

How to Apply:
All candidates should send their hardcopy applications with updated CVs

Send to:

Safe Way Right Way (SWRW),
Plot 7, 7th Street Industrial Area,
Kampala, Uganda.

Deadline: 31st January 2019  

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Consultancy Jobs - Project Management Consultant - Learning Equality


Job Title:      Project Management Consultant
Organization: Learning Equality
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda

About US:
Kolibri is Learning Equality’s second-generation open-source educational platform that is specially designed to provide offline access to a curated and openly licensed educational content library, with tools for pedagogical support, for use in low-resource and low-connectivity contexts. See the Kolibri demo site to explore the platform. This project builds on existing work that Learning Equality is supporting in Uganda, including an ongoing implementation with UNICEF in support of a Ministry of Education initiative in secondary schools to use Kolibri in existing computer labs, and on digital kiosks in refugee settlements across the country, and a collaboration with UNHCR to iterate on Kolibri specifically for use in emergency contexts. It is the intention that this project will pilot the use of technology to improve learning, and evaluate and document the results with the ambition of scaling-up positive outcomes.

Job Summary:  Learning Equality is looking for a Project Management Consultant to drive the day-to-day project planning and piloting of a new collaboration with UNHCR, UNICEF, Education Cannot Wait and HP to improve learning outcomes through the integration of ICT-assisted learning technology at the secondary level for refugee and host community learners in Uganda. We are looking for a consultant based in Kampala, Uganda, who identifies strongly with Learning Equality's mission to bring basic education to under-resourced communities around the world and can drive forward this new collaboration. In addition to various in-country stakeholders, you will be working closely with the Learning Equality Implementations team in the United States. 

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
·         Represent Learning Equality and manage relationships in a collaboration with various UN agencies, government bodies, donors and grassroots organizations.
·         Refine and execute implementation project design.
·         Liaise with implementing organizations to support effective use of hardware and educational software in low-resource and low-connectivity environments.
·         Manage the pipeline to import and install new hardware into Uganda and in secondary schools and learning centers.
·         Work with the Learning Equality Implementations team to understand how to best support the hardware and pedagogical model being employed.
·         Collaborate on the development and facilitation of in-person trainings for educators (ICT and subject-area), NGO ICT staff, and curricular specialists.
·         Synthesize feedback from user experiences with the hardware and implementation set-up with respect to software features, performance and content.
·         Summarize feedback from complex discussions and provide succinct briefs in a timely manner to the Learning Equality team by feeding into existing organizational processes.
·         Coordinate communications plans for the project.
·         Engage and facilitate coalition building with the relevant communities focused on use of ICT to improve learning outcomes.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
·         At least eight years of experience in education, international development and/or emergency response.
·         Ability to effectively manage a multi-stakeholder project on a short timeframe and iterate quickly, including through coordination with UN agencies, government bodies, private sector, and grassroots organizations.
·         You care deeply about making the world a better place, believe in the power of learning, strive to promote equality, and resonate with our statement of core values.
·         You’re proactive, capable, and excited to help us push this vital work forward. You will be representing Learning Equality to our partners and users, so patience, empathy, understanding, and enthusiasm will be important traits.
·         You love to build things, and like to think carefully about how best to serve the needs of a diverse set of users.
·         Demonstrated understanding of the interaction between ICT and improved learning outcomes.
·         Ability to quickly pick up internal organizational processes, succinctly communicate feedback, and work asynchronously using tools like Slack, Notion and Trello.
·         Teaching experience in a K-12 classroom with effective pedagogical practice, especially at the lower secondary level.
·         Strong understanding of the Ugandan education system and Education Cannot Wait, a global fund for education in emergencies, would be a plus.
·         Experience developing and facilitating training and human-centered design activities for different audiences.
·         Ability to communicate software and hardware technology concepts for a non-technical audience.
·         Exposure to and understanding of Open Educational Resources (OER), curriculum design and alignment, and blended learning practices.
·         Familiarity with programming tools (e.g. Python, SQL, R, Django) for data gathering and analysis, and developing software (e.g., GitHub).

Based in Kampala, Uganda (or have the ability to relocate) for the duration of the consultancy with access to reliable Internet and the ability to work flexible hours to accommodate coordination across time zones.

Duration: The initial term for this position is late January / early February 2019 through the end of October with potential to extend.

How to Apply:
All candidates should apply online at the link below and please include your standard daily rate in your application.


NB: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis with preference to those who submit early. Only complete applications will be considered.

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Fresher Paid Internship Jobs - Knowledge Management Officer - Medic Mobile


Organisation: Global Health Corps (GHC)
Placement Organisation: Medic Mobile
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Eligible Citizenship: USA
Salary: Monthly Stipend
Position Code: G10-Int

About GHC:
Global Health Corps pairs intelligent and passionate fellows with organizations that require new thinking and innovative solutions. We provide these young leaders with the tools to remain connected after their fellowship year finishes, deepening their ability to enact change through heightened skills and strong partnerships. We currently place fellows in Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, the United States, and Zambia.

About US:
Medic Mobile designs, delivers, and supports world-class software for community health workers, managers, and clinical teams. Medic software in the hands of these health workers improves health in the hardest-to-reach communities. Medic Mobile aims to reduce maternal and neonatal mortality, improve child health, strengthen health systems, and reduce the burden of disease. We envision a more just world in which health workers are supported as they provide care for their neighbors, universal health coverage is a reality, and health is secured as a human right. Our tools currently support more than 20,000 health workers in 18 countries.

Job Summary:  The Knowledge Management Officer will work closely with the Partnerships Manager to organize and catalogue information compiled and stored in various digital formats so that others in the organization can access and use it easily whenever required. The Officer will also be responsible for assisting others in creating and managing reports, proposals and other official documents based on company template and samples.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • Manage the knowledge management practices as well as design new knowledge distribution policies and encourage use of the new practices
  • Analyze the effectiveness of the new knowledge management programs by observing its usage and evaluate its impact in terms of the organizational benefits
  • Interact with staff members for input. Act as a mediator to answer the queries of the staff about the knowledge management products and practices
  • Utilize the knowledge base resources and design a training module for the staff to help them access the knowledge management tools
  • Assist in providing SharePoint administration and technical support for the SharePoint environment
  • Encourage the staff and workers to share knowledge effectively and efficiently
  • Responsible for the analysis of social networks and formation of communities of practice within the organization


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
  • The ideal candidate for the Global Health Corps Knowledge Management Officer career placement should hold a Bachelor’s degree*
  • Two years of related experience*
  • Familiarity with developing and delivering trainings or educational programs, which will help design training modules and staff communities of practice*
  • Track record of improving processes and/or outcomes, ideally informed by understanding of Service Transition Lifecycle Process*
  • Experience with SharePoint, ideally SharePoint 2013, and/or BMC Remedy Knowledge Management
  • Experience gathering feedback/data through surveys or focus groups
  • Demonstrated project management skills with the ability to ensure internal and external collaborators achieve a time-bound goal or project
  • Proficiency in Google Enterprise Suite (Gmail, Hangouts, Calendar, and Drive, including Sheets and Docs)
  • Previous experience with Notion, Asana, and/or Slack

NB: Items indicated with an asterisk (*) are required

Fellowship Stipend, Benefits, and Logistics:
In addition to the intensive leadership development and professional growth that the fellowship offers, the Global Health Corps fellowship includes the following benefits. GHC arranges several logistical details on fellows’ behalf with the expectation that fellows will take ownership of their overall experience. Read on below to learn more about how these items apply to specific placements:
  • Monthly living stipend
  • Award of $1500 upon successful completion of the fellowship year
  • Housing
  • Insurance
  • Support in applying for visas and/or work permits, as necessary
  • Travel costs covered to and from placement site, GHC training and retreats
  • Professional development funds of up to $600

How to Apply:
All applicants who desire to be placed by the Global Health Corps in the aforementioned organization should express interest by clearly following the instructions at the web page below.


Deadline: 16th January, 2019 at 11:59pm EST

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Curriculum Development Officer US Citizen Fellowship Careers - Spark MicroGrants


Organisation: Global Health Corps (GHC)
Placement Organisation: Spark MicroGrants
Duty Station: Gulu, Uganda
Eligible Citizenship: USA
Salary: Monthly Stipend
Position Code: G12-Int

About GHC:
Global Health Corps pairs intelligent and passionate fellows with organizations that require new thinking and innovative solutions. We provide these young leaders with the tools to remain connected after their fellowship year finishes, deepening their ability to enact change through heightened skills and strong partnerships. We currently place fellows in Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, the United States, and Zambia.

About US:
Spark equips local governments, civil society organizations and NGOs with a tested approach and accompanying tools for activating villages to drive their own planning and development. Spark’s novel Facilitated Collective Action Process (FCAP) enables remote villages to design and launch their own communal projects, from schools to farms. To date, over 200 communities across six countries have completed this process. At the heart of Spark’s approach are weekly meetings, in which women and men, young and old, sit together and plan for their community’s future. Each village democratically elects a leadership committee, defines communal goals, plans a project and establishes a village savings group. As a part of the process, villages receive a seed fund of up to 8,000 USD to make project ideas a reality. Through this approach, Spark enables institutions to put resources and power directly into the hands of those they serve.

Job Summary:  The Curriculum Development Officer will collaborate with the Spark Team to build materials and tools critical for Spark’s program of training partners to deliver the Facilitated Collective Action Process (FCAP) model. The Officer’s responsibilities will involve documenting processes and practices that are critical for Spark’s success. This will involve supporting colleagues to build case studies and relevant tools and materials, including a range of audio/visual tools and apps. These tools, materials, and curricula will be crucial to improving Spark’s program and scalability. Based in Gulu, the Curriculum Development Officer will help build context specific tools using the results of learning projects. In this regard, the Officer will facilitate discussions to gather inputs, feedback and recommendations from the team, partners and communities. This will allow Spark to improve the effectiveness of its work.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • Keenly track and document iterations on the training curriculum
  • Facilitate discussions to strengthen the Spark training curriculum
  • Document processes and practices that are critical for success for implementing partners
  • Support team members to document best practices and challenges through case studies, to improve the scalability and replicability of Spark’s work and effectiveness through partners
  • Develop audio and visual training tools
  • Produce country specific materials and updates for in-country partners on program progress


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
  • The ideal candidate for the Global Health Corps Curriculum Development Officer career placement should hold a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant area*
  • Preferred: Master’s degree, ideally in the social sciences or public health discipline
  • Experience in writing training materials and/or curricula*
  • Audio/video production skills*
  • Strong communication and leadership skills, including verbal, written, and facilitation*
  • Project management skills, including managing multiple priorities and timelines, and coordinating amongst distributed teams*
  • Working proficiency in French
  • Design skills, e.g. proficiency in Adobe Create Suite tools like Photoshop, Illustrator, and/or InDesign
  • Prior experience in grassroots projects or community-driven development
  • Strong accountability
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision (as direct line manager will be in a different location)

NB: Items indicated with an asterisk (*) are required

Fellowship Stipend, Benefits, and Logistics:
In addition to the intensive leadership development and professional growth that the fellowship offers, the Global Health Corps fellowship includes the following benefits. GHC arranges several logistical details on fellows’ behalf with the expectation that fellows will take ownership of their overall experience. Read on below to learn more about how these items apply to specific placements:
  • Monthly living stipend
  • Award of $1500 upon successful completion of the fellowship year
  • Housing
  • Insurance
  • Support in applying for visas and/or work permits, as necessary
  • Travel costs covered to and from placement site, GHC training and retreats
  • Professional development funds of up to $600

How to Apply:
All applicants who desire to be placed by the Global Health Corps in the aforementioned organization should express interest by clearly following the instructions at the web page below.


Deadline: 16th January, 2019 at 11:59pm EST

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