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GIZ Jobs - Field Expert on Capacity Development on Land Tenure in Uganda


Organization:  GIZ
Project Name: GIZ-RELAPU
Funding Source: European Union (EU)
Duty Station:  Mityana, Uganda
Ref. No: GIZ – RELAPU/FECD/052029
Reports to: Team leader of Responsible Land Policy Uganda (RELAPU)

About US:
GIZ-RELAPU is a bilateral project of the Republic of Uganda and the Federal Republic of Germany funded by the German Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). RELAPU aims “to improve access to land as a key precondition for poverty and hunger reduction in rural areas for certain population groups, especially for women and marginalized groups, in Central and Eastern Uganda”. GIZ-RELAPU received co-funding by the European Union for the implementation of a project component on Improvement of Land Governance in Uganda on private Mailo (ILGU) in the districts of Mubende, Kassanda and Mityana in Central Uganda and a second co-funding by the European Union for Promoting Responsible Governance of Investments in Land (RGIL)

Key Responsibilities:  The Field Expert on Capacity Development on Land Tenure is responsible for:
·        Identification of capacity building and training needs of relevant partners and stakeholders
·        Organise and undertake trainings of field land use rights inventory teams
·        Liaison with government and non-government partners involved in the land use rights inventory and certification process
·        Assurance of compliance of procedures and regulations in line with the National Land Policy 2013, Land Act 1998 and Land regulations. 
·        Identification of available and experienced contractors or service providers
·        Monitoring and evaluation of the quality and quantity of land inventories and other results delivered by the contractors
·        Assurance of compatibility of land inventories with Uganda national standards (e.g. NLIS)
·        Provision of technical and policy advice on Mailo land rights, conflict resolution processes, inventory activity efficiency, sustainability and overall project effectiveness.

Key Tasks: The Field Expert on Capacity Development on Land Tenure performs the following tasks:
Issuance of land inventory protocols and Certificates of Occupancy for tenants on private Mailo land
·        Technical advice to partner organisations from local administrations, civil society organizations, traditional authorities, private investors and representatives on land management and land rights issues.
·        Design of terms of reference, contract estimates, service requests and related documents for the procurement of contractors and service providers.
·        Technical selection of project intervention areas.
·        Supervision of deliverables from contractors including support in the preparation of performance certificates.
·        Supervision of land surveying, inventory and land registration process to ensure quality of the results.
·        Support to the Expert on Awareness Raising and Communication on campaigns and strategies for capacity building and sensitisation of the target population on land rights and land management.
·        Support to the design and implementation of training courses.
·        Support the data quality and assurance expert in the supervision of the quality production and handing out of land inventory protocols and Certificates of Occupancy.
·        Active participation in and organisation of multi-stakeholder dialogues and other platforms on land management and VGGT application in the region.
·        Enhance collaboration with other partners and projects working on lands issues.
·        Ensure particular focus is given to rights of women and marginalized groups.
·        Initiate and oversee the implementation of financial agreements with partner organisations supporting the Expert of monitoring and evaluation on results-based monitoring and the identification of knowledge products.
·        Ensure regular reporting on project progress on output indicators, innovations and results or outcomes.
·        Support the asset management especially of land inventory and user rights data management equipment.
·        Mainstreaming gender sensitive approaches.
Implementation of responsible land policy
·        Organization of multi-stakeholder dialogues between civil society organizations, traditional authorities, private investors and representatives of the state on good land governance following the “Voluntary Guidelines on the Governance of Tenure” (VGGT) and the Uganda National Land Policy, 2013.
·        Ensure close cooperation and coordination with the other components of the RELAPU project and other GIZ projects and programs, as well as other land actors.
Other duties/additional tasks
·        Support to conflict management and conflict resolution processes on conflicts arising in the course of land inventory procedures.
·        Support to user rights data management and quality assurance.
·        Support to the organization of field activity monitoring events by project partners, management and donor representatives.
·        Representation of the project at partner and knowledge management events.
·        Other duties and tasks at the request of project team leader


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
·        The ideal candidate must hold a Degree in land management, land administration and land tenure, spatial planning, surveying, land economics, cartography or relevant field.
·        Additional skills in results-based management, geographical information systems is an added advantage.
·        At least three years’ professional experience in land management and land rights in Uganda.
·        Experience in the context of securing land rights of bona fide and lawful tenants on Mailo land.
·        Experience in the utilization of Fit for Purpose technologies and approaches.
·        Minimum of 3 years’ professional experience in land surveying, inventory and land registration.
·        Experience in conflict mediation and establishing of systematic conflict resolution structures.
·        Work experience in Mityana, Kassanda and Mubende or adjacent regions would be an asset.
·        Very good knowledge of English and Luganda language.

Other knowledge, additional competences
·        Good working knowledge of ITC technologies and related software (GPS, GIS) and computer applications (e.g. MS Office).
·        Strong understanding of cultural, socio-ethnical context in Central Uganda region.
·        Experience on gender mainstreaming and results-based monitoring.
·        Active, flexible, ethical and dynamic team player and excellent networker.
·        Strong interpersonal skills, ability to work in an intercultural and multidisciplinary setting.
·        Good writing skills.
·        Excellent communication and coordination skills.
·        Experience in workshop organisation or events management.

How to Apply:
All interested and qualified persons are strongly encouraged to apply online, Click Here
or by email: tracy@futureoptions.org. Application and CV should be in one document and a maximum of 4 pages only. Please include name and contact of three references in the CVs. No other attachments are required at this stage. Please quote the position

We encourage women, people with disabilities and minority groups to apply for this position. GIZ is committed to equal opportunities and diversity of perspective at the working place.

Disclaimer: GIZ DOES NOT charge any kind of FEE(s) at whichever stage of the recruitment process. This recruitment is ONLY through Future Options Consulting Ltd.

Deadline: 31st May 2020 by 5:00pm

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UK NGO Consultancy Jobs - Inclusion Consultant - Teach A Man To Fish


Organization:  Teach A Man To Fish
Duty Station:  Kampala, Uganda
Download Detailed TOR, Click Here

About US:
Teach A Man To Fish believes that education is the key to tackling global youth unemployment and poverty.

Teach A Man To Fish aims to eradicate poverty by supporting young people in developing countries to develop skills and knowledge for economic empowerment. We support schools, youth groups, NGOs and training centres to establish enterprises - from eggs to grain storage, crafts to a hotel. These enterprises serve both as learning platforms, and as income-generating activities for the organisation, as young people work on the businesses alongside their academic education. In this way, young people learn valuable business and entrepreneurial skills and the school has the ability to raise additional funds in a sustainable way.
About ECW Project:
Education Cannot Wait is a fund which supports the provision of education in emergency settings. In Uganda, Education Cannot Wait support interventions by a network of (I)NGOs to provide education through the provision of infrastructure, teachers and linked interventions including MHPSS and SRH education.
Teach A Man To Fish's project will contribute to the Education Response Plan by providing a targeted intervention in 60 schools, equipping teachers with a practical methodology to support students to develop valuable entrepreneurship and life skills.

Objectives of Consultancy
Overall Objectives
·        To build the capacity of Teach A Man To Fish's ECW team in inclusive programming
·        To advise on inclusive adaptations to the School Enterprise Challenge methodology and key tools and resources
·        To review educational materials and training in promoting inclusion while reducing barriers to learning
·        To advise on how TAMTF and the schools can make use of budget for inclusive for adaptations to materials and to school businesses 
·        To conduct sensitization of PTAs and SMCs on special and inclusive programming
Specific Objectives
·        Teach A Man To Fish ECW team's understanding of disability inclusion programming for education in emergencies is strengthened
·        Teach A Man To Fish ECW team have increased capacity to apply guidelines, policies and best practice for inclusive programming to the ECW project
·        Teach A Man To Fish has clear, actionable recommendations for how existing School Enterprise Challenge lesson guides (14 x 80 minute modules) can be strengthened to support active participation by PWDs and support educators to deliver the programme in a disability inclusive way
·        Teach A Man To Fish has clear, actionable recommendations for how existing teacher training materials and methodology can be strengthened to provide a disability inclusion perspective and support educators to deliver the programme in a disability inclusive way
·        Teach A Man To Fish has clear, actionable recommendations for how existing School Enterprise Challenge M&E tools and make recommendations for how the tools and methodology can be more inclusive and ensure that the perspective of PWDs is captured in the data collected
·        The project budget includes funding for inclusive adaptations to core programme materials and an inclusive adaptation grant for participating schools. The consultant will deliver a clear, actionable recommendation for :
o   Adaptations to core programme materials that can be made within budget
o   Ways in which schools may use their inclusive adaptation grant to improve participating in programme activities by PWDs
o   Teach A Man To Fish has clear, actionable recommendations for how the ECW proposal and work-plan can be strengthened to inclusive outcomes where possible
o   Teach A Man To Fish and schools are advised on how to make use of budget for inclusive adaptations to materials and school businesses

Methodology
Desk research
Desk-based review of:
o   Teach A Man To Fish/School Enterprise Challenge documentation
        School Enterprise Challenge fliers, bronze level lesson guides, report templates and marking schemes
        School Enterprise Challenge training materials including facilitator notes, PPTs and handouts
        Teach A Man To Fish ECW proposal and implementation plan 
        Teach A Man To Fish M&E tools including teacher/student advisory panel questions, focus group semi-structured interview tool, skills builder, business pop quiz, household survey and participant follow-up
o   Relevant policies/standards/guidelines on disability inclusion programming for education in emergencies
        This may involve review of literature available on relevant websites including but not limited to www.reliefweb.int , www.spherestandards.org and relevant OCHA and UNICEF sites
Key informant interviews with Teach A Man To Fish staff & ECW Secretariat Key informant interviews with 4 Teach A Man To Fish staff (gender balanced), including members of the programmes and M&E team as well as a member of senior management and a representative from the ECW Secretariat to understand current perspectives on Teach A Man To Fish's programming with respect to inclusion and collate feedback on areas of weakness and/or solutions to strengthen these.
Delivery of report with recommendations for adaptation of programming for Teach A Man To Fish ECW project
·        Delivery of report with recommendations for adapting documents outlined in 4.1 in line with feedback, recommendations and best practice including:
·        Recommendations for how existing School Enterprise Challenge lesson guides (14 x 80 minute modules) can be strengthened to support active participation by PWDs and support educators to deliver the programme in a disability inclusive way
·        Recommendations for how existing teacher training materials and methodology can be strengthened to provide a disability inclusion perspective and support educators to deliver the programme in a disability inclusive way
·        Recommendations for how existing School Enterprise Challenge M&E tools and make recommendations for how the tools and methodology can be more inclusive and ensure that the perspective of PWDs is captured in the data collected
Recommendation for:
·        Adaptations to core programme materials that can be made within budget
·        Ways in which schools may use their inclusive adaptation grant to improve participating in programme activities by PWDs
·        Recommendations for how the ECW proposal and work-plan can be strengthened to support inclusive outcomes where possible

Training
Delivery of a training (max 2 days) for Teach A Man To Fish ECW team covering key disability inclusion issues in education in emergencies, theory and practice of inclusive programming and practical activities to support participants to reflect on 
how to apply these principles to the ECW programme. The consultant will need to plan to deliver the training online via Skype/Google Hangouts or similar in case current COVID-19 operational restrictions are still in place. The consultant will make a recommendation on the length of this training in order to achieve the objective. The consultant is free to suggest alternative methodologies for delivery of same content e.g mixed methods including self-study combined with facilitated reflection sessions.

Presentation of report
Once the report is signed off, the consultant will hand over the resources to TAMTF and conduct a short presentation, highlighting the proposed changes to the resources, with recommendations for introducing them to facilitators and beneficiaries under the programme.

The consultancy will ideally commence on 15th June 2020 and be completed by 17th July 2020 in line with the milestones laid out below.

Deliverables, Download TOR

Budget and payment schedule
The total available budget is 30,405,978 UGX. A value for money analysis on the bids will be done and a consultant with a lower price may be chosen.
This budget includes consultant day rates plus all incidental costs including but not limited to transport, accommodation, subsistence, stationery as well as related taxes and license fees. This applies to all activities except where expressly stated that Teach A Man To Fish will provide any of the above in kind.


Profile and Qualification of the Consultant
The consultant(s) will have the following competencies and skills:
·        Bachelors' Degree or Post-graduate qualification in Special and Inclusive Education/education/social studies/development studies/humanitarian affairs or similar related area. Additional training or experience in inclusive programming is key.
·        Demonstrated track record of conducting consultation and review of programme materials and programme design from an Inclusive angle
·        In-depth understanding of disability inclusion issues in education-in-emergencies
·        In-depth understanding of the educational context in refugee settlements in Uganda
·        Understanding of entrepreneurship education and soft skills development in an educational context
·        Established track record in delivering high quality outputs within agreed timeframe
·        Strong communication and client relationship management skills
·        Excellent English language skills, both written and spoken
·        Experience of training INGO staff

How to Apply:
Consultant should email the following information to scovia@teachamantofish.org.uk
·        A completed applicant details form (see form 1). Applicants without a TIN number will not be considered.
·        Scan of completed, signed declaration form (see form 2). Applications without a signed, complete declaration form will not be considered. 
·        A brief proposal of no more than 10 pages indicating how they will approach the task as outlined and 2 references at least 1 of which needs to be an organisation that you have completed work for in the last 12 months.
·        At least 2 examples of work completed in the last 12 months. If you are unable to
·        provide this a clear explanation as to why must be provided.
·        A budget for delivery of the project as outlined.
·        A brief profile of the consultant(s) that will be responsible.
·        At least 2 references for the works completed in the last 24 months

The subject line of the email should state: Consultancy Application - Inclusion review of TAMTF ECW project. 

Deadline: 7th June 2020 by 23:59 pm

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Several Fresher Fleet Assistant US NGO Jobs - International Rescue Committee (IRC)


Organization: International Rescue Committee (IRC)
Duty Station: Uganda
Reports to: Supply Chain Officer

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 Fleet Assistant is responsible for the efficient coordination and management of all transport, fleet, and equipment management functions for IRC’s office in Arua. The position will also be responsible for the implementation of good fleet management practices and policy across all the field sites

Key Duties and Responsibilities:  
·        Work with the Supply Chain manager/officer to design a suitably staffed and equipped transport function to support the IRC’s vehicle operations and policies.
·        Implement and direct IRC standard Vehicle policies and procedures, with attention to safety and security issues.
·        Manage and be accountable for the vehicle fleet, ordering and inventory management of all vehicle related parts and consumables, including fuel.
·        Evaluate, manage and monitor drivers.
·        Focal point for all purchases in Transport department. Raising PRs for vehicles spare parts and vehicle repairs.
·        Manage the vehicle pool (if applicable).
·        Ensure that appropriate communications equipment is installed and functioning in IRC vehicles to meet the operational and security requirements.
·        Ensure the correct and timely routine maintenance and repair of IRC vehicles and generators.
·        Ensure that all vehicles carry the required on-board documentation and that all documents are kept current (including insurance).
·        Inspect and record condition of vehicles, by maintaining weekly checklists file and ensuring that Vehicles logbooks are accurately filled
·        Carry out regular training to all drivers on basic vehicle mechanic skills, daily vehicle inspection, drills on safety driving, defensive driving, use of Codan, etc.
·        Ensure all vehicles are properly cleaned on daily basis.
·        Prepare weekly and monthly report on transport department and discuss with Supply Chain manager
·        Signing on vehicle fuel forms for refueling and keeping accurate record and monitoring system on fuel consumption.
·        Work with the Supply Chain Coordinator to ensure that vehicles are prepared for routine and emergency security requirements.
·        Ensure that all vehicles are secure when not in use.
·        Be familiar with local regulations / laws.Any other duties as may be assigned by the supervisor


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
·        The ideal candidate for the International Rescue Committee (IRC) Fleet Assistant job must have two years’ work experience in fleet management, at least one year in a supervisory capacity.
·        Holder of a valid driving license
·        Competent in spoken and written English
·        Mechanical background is a plus
·        Good mathematical skills.
·        Competent use of PC especially spreadsheets.
·        Experience in Using HF/VHF radios
·        Strong sense of personal integrity.
·        Attention to detail.
·        Strong supervisory skills.
·        Ability to multi-task.
·        Team spirit and problem-solving abilities.
·        Knowledge of generic transport procedures and practices (IRC or NGO experience advantageous).

How to Apply:
All interested applicants should apply online at the link below.


Deadline: 8th June 2020

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