Secretary District Land Board - Kalaki
Salary range: Confidential | Contract type: Permanent
You have 12 days left to apply for this job.
To provide day to day management and administrative services to facilitate effective functioning of the District Land Board.
An Honors Degree in Law from a recognized University;
- Certificate in Administrative Officers law and Management is a necessity
Applications are invited from suitably qualified Ugandans to fill the under listed vacant posts that exist in Kalaki District Local Government. Application forms (PSC Form 3, revised 2008) to be completed in triplicate (Original handwriting) and the forms are obtainable from all Secretaries District Service Commission countrywide or Secretary Public Service Commission (PSC). Serving Officers must route their applications through their heads of departments who should be informed of the closing date to avoid delay.
Only Certified photocopies of Academic Certificates, Transcripts, National Identity card and other relevant documents as well as 3 recent passport size photographs and day time telephone contact should accompany each application form. The application should be submitted in triplicate to the address below not later than 6th March 2020. Late applications will not be considered and only successful applicants will be contacted. For detailed information, please refer to the Job Description and specifications for local government 2011, 2017, and Schemes of service for Administrative cadres, accountants and auditors respectively.
i. Undertaking administrative duties to facilitate the effective operation of the District Land Board; Required education
ii. Processing lease application documents for submission to the Land Board;
iii. Preparing lease offer advertisements for the allocation of newly gazette land;
iv. Recording minutes of the meetings of the District Land Board;
v. Communicating the decisions of the Board to the relevant parties and authorities;
vi. Keeping safe custody of records of the Land Board;
vii. Providing technical advice to the Land Board;
viii. Scheduling Board meetings on advice of the Chairperson;
ix. Preparing Work plans, budgets and quarterly reports for the Board and submit them to the relevant authorities.
: Bachelor's degreeRequired relevant work experience
: 3 yearsRequired languages:
English (Spoken: fluent | Written: fluent)