Principal Assistant Secretary - Lyantonde District Local Government
Salary range: Confidential | Contract type: Permanent
You have 16 days left to apply for this job.
Ref No: LYDSC/2020/06Job Purpose:
Applications are invited from suitably qualified Ugandans to fill the under listed vacant posts that exist in Lyantonde District Local Government.
Applications should be filled in triplicate on PSC from No. 3 Revised 2008 and submitted to the Secretary District Service Commission P.O. Box 10, Lyantonde not later than 30 days from the date of publication of this advert.
Applicants should attach certified copies of academic qualifications, 3 passport photographs, and any other relevant documents. Applicants already in service should route their applications through their Heads of Department and informed of the closing date to avoid delay.
Job description and specifications are obtained from Lyantonde District Service Commission and Public Service Commission website
To assist the Deputy Chief Administrative Officer in coordinating and monitoring all Departmental projects, programmes and administrative matters.
Should have an Honors Bachelors Degree in Social Sciences, Development Studies, Social Work and Social Administration or Arts or Management or Law or Commerce (Management option) or Business Administration (Management option) or Business Studies (Management option) or Management Science plus a Certificate in Administrative Law and post graduate Diploma in Public Administration and Management from a recognized University or Institution.
i. Coordinating the preparation of audit query responses and initiating actions on PAC directives;
ii. Managing, updating and monitoring inventory of equipment, fixtures and logistics in the District;
iii. Producing quarterly and annual performance reports for the Administration Department;
iv. Compiling responses for the CAO to queries raised in Council meetings and writing speeches for CAO and other superiors;
v. Channeling routine inquiries and coordinating media and public relations matters affecting the District;
vi. Organizing functions and meetings at the District;
vii. Enforcing accountability for financial and other public resources in the District;
viii. Monitoring and evaluating departmental activities and projects to ensure proper service delivery;
ix. Monitoring adherence to National and District priorities, policies, programmes and legal obligations in the District; and
x. Providing technical support on implementation of Government policies to sub-sectors in the District.Required education
: Bachelor's degreeRequired relevant work experience
: 5 yearsRequired languages:
English (Spoken: fluent | Written: fluent)