Senior Land Management Officer - Madi Okollo Local Goverment
Salary range: Confidential | Contract type: Permanent
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REF: DSC/MOK/21 ET-1
Applications should be submitted in triplicate on Public Service Commission Form 3 (revised 2008) and submitted to the Secretary District Service, P.O.Box 1 Madi Okollo, to be received not later than 29th February 2020 The application Form are obtained from the Public Service Commission Offices, Farmers House, Second Floor, Parliament Avenue Kampala and District Service Commission Offices of Madi Okollo and Service Commissions Countrywide Applications should bear the Title of the POST: as well as the Reference number specified against the vacancy. Applicant should attach three (3) recent passport size photographs, Certified copies of their academic Certificates, Transcripts/result slips, copies of Registration Certificates and valid practicing Certificates license (for Health worker who are by law to register with relevant professional councils) plus other relevant documents. Hand written application with detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) will be accepted Applicants already in Government Service should route their applications through their Responsible Officers who must be informed of the closing date to avoid delay. Applicants who shall not hear from the District Service Commission on completion of the Recruitment and Selection exercise should consider themselves unsuccessful.
To manage orderly, lawful and sustainable land development in the District
A Honors Bachelors’ degree in Surveying; Geometrics; Law; Land Economics; land Management; Physical Planning; Urban Planning; Regional Planning; or any other relevant qualifications from a recognized University or Institution.
i. Enforcing compliance with national policies, strategies, programmes and guidelines on land, housing and urban development within the District;
ii. Coordinating the development and enforcement of District Council bye-laws and Ordinances on sustainable use and development of land; safe, planned housing and human settlement;
iii. Coordinating and monitoring the implementation of national lands, housing and urban development initiatives and policies in the District;
iv. Providing support supervision and technical back-up support to lower local governments on matters of lands, urban development and housing;
v. Preparing and submitting reports on the performance of the Land Management sub-sector of the relevant authorities and stakeholders;
vi. Preparing and submitting work plans and budgets for land management programmes and activities; and
vii. Supervising, coaching and appraising the performance of staff of the Land management Office of the District.Required education
: Bachelor's degreeRequired relevant work experience
: 3 yearsRequired languages:
English (Spoken: fluent | Written: fluent)