Community Development Officer-Sironko District
Salary range: Confidential | Contract type: Permanent
You have 3 days left to apply for this job.
Reference Number: SIR/DSC/05/1/2020Job application procedure
Applications should be submitted in triplicate on Public Service Form 3, (PSF 3), Revised 2008 to the Secretary, Sironko District Service Commission, P.O. Box, 34, Sironko to be received not later than 28th September 2020.
The application forms may be obtained from any District Service Commission, or Public Service Commission offices, Farmers House, 2nd floor, Kampala or from Public Service Commission website. www.psc.go.ug
, the office of the Secretaries District Service Commissions countrywide.
The applications should bear the title of the post as well as the reference number specified against the vacancy. Applicants must attach certified photocopies of all academic certificates and transcripts, registration certificates, a photocopy of the National Identity card, CV, three (3) recent passport photographs, and any other relevant documents.
Only qualifications from recognized Institutions will be considered.
Serving officers MUST route their applications through their immediate supervisors/Head of institution/Department who should be informed of the closing date to avoid delay. Applications that are not properly routed will not be considered.
For all posts, qualified women and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Please indicate on the PSC Form /application form reliable postal addresses, telephone contacts, and email addresses.
For detailed information on each post, please refer to the Public Service Commission website www.psc.go.ug
all District Service Commission offices countrywide.
To facilitate and empower communities for community developmentQualification:
An honors degree in Development Studies, Arts, Social Sciences, Social work, and Social Administration and Management Science from a recognized University or Institution.
i. Planning and budgeting for development programmes at the community level;
ii. Supervising staff that is involved in uplifting the social and economic welfare of local communities;
iii. Organizing local communities to effectively participate in development initiatives;
iv. Sensitizing communities on gender issues, social rights, roles and obligations;
v. Monitoring, evaluating and reporting on community development programmes and projects;
vi. Promoting the equal participation of all communities in development programmes;
vii. Promoting the creation and growth of functional groups for the improved welfare of the population;
viii. Training communities in literacy programmes and income generating activities;
ix. Providing advising on the effective mobilization of the community for development; and
x. Sensitizing communities to adhere to existing legislation on gender and child rights.Required education
: Bachelor's degreeRequired relevant work experience
: 2 yearsRequired languages:
English (Spoken: fluent | Written: fluent)