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MENNONITE

Program Coordinator

Kampala, Uganda

CARE International

Gender Specialist

Fort Portal, Uganda

Pentecostal Assemblies of God

Child Development Officers In Charge Of Home Based Programing

Kampala, Uganda

Ministry of Local Government (Uganda)

Planner - Luuka District Service Commission

Kampala, Uganda

AAN Associates

National Evaluation Expert

Kampala, Uganda

Uganda National Examination Board

Senior Planner

Uganda

Plan International

Project Officer - Consultant

Kampala, Uganda

Strategic Initiative for Women in the Horn of Africa(SIHA)

Regional Projects Coordinator

Kampala, Uganda

International Rescue Committee

Deputy Field Coordinator

Kampala, Uganda

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National Consultant To Copy - Edit, Design And Layout Of Violence Against Women And Women ’ S Access To Justice Documents

Kampala, Uganda

Closing: May 31, 2022

13 days remaining

Published: May 17, 2022 (1 day ago)

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All MCC workers are expected to exhibit a commitment to: a personal Christian faith and discipleship; active participation in a Christian church or Christian community; and nonviolent peacemaking. MCC is an equal opportunity employer, committed to employment equity. MCC values diversity and invites all qualified candidates to apply.

A successful candidate will have:

•    University or college degree in Development, social sciences, climate change adaptation, agricultural, project management or environmental  sciences. 

•    Experience with project monitoring and evaluation, including applying data collection tools and methodologies, data analysis, and data management and presentation. 

•    Experience in project design and proposal development in climate change adaptation and livelihoods, including technical writing. 

•    Knowledge and interest in Peacebuilding and Trauma healing would be an asset (training and experience preferred).

•    Excellent interpersonal skills along with ability to build relationships with MCC partners

•    Work experience in NGO or church-based ministry and with uprooted and marginalized populations

•    Experience in mentoring, coaching, facilitation and training applying adult learning principles and practices•    Adaptable, flexible and patient in situations that change frequently and/or move slowly

•    Ability to work independently as well as part of a team•    Having a strong organizational and communication skills 

Invitations to serve with MCC are contingent on the successful outcome of criminal background check(s).


Responsibilities

All MCC workers are expected to exhibit a commitment to: a personal Christian faith and discipleship; active participation in a Christian church or Christian community; and nonviolent peacemaking. MCC is an equal opportunity employer, committed to employment equity. MCC values diversity and invites all qualified candidates to apply.

A successful candidate will have:

•    University or college degree in Development, social sciences, climate change adaptation, agricultural, project management or environmental  sciences. 

•    Experience with project monitoring and evaluation, including applying data collection tools and methodologies, data analysis, and data management and presentation. 

•    Experience in project design and proposal development in climate change adaptation and livelihoods, including technical writing. 

•    Knowledge and interest in Peacebuilding and Trauma healing would be an asset (training and experience preferred).

•    Excellent interpersonal skills along with ability to build relationships with MCC partners

•    Work experience in NGO or church-based ministry and with uprooted and marginalized populations

•    Experience in mentoring, coaching, facilitation and training applying adult learning principles and practices•    Adaptable, flexible and patient in situations that change frequently and/or move slowly

•    Ability to work independently as well as part of a team•    Having a strong organizational and communication skills 

Invitations to serve with MCC are contingent on the successful outcome of criminal background check(s).


Key Responsibilities:

1. Cultivate and maintain relationships with MCC partners through regular phone calls, video calls, messaging and/or in-person meetings (as possible)

2. Visit partner organizations and their projects to build relationships, learn about the local context of MCC partners – names and stories, and monitor and understand their work

3. Assist partners with the development of project proposals as well as project-related data collection and analysis

4. Help partners in their reporting process, ensuring that project documents capture progress and that sufficient detail is provided on activities, adjustments, effectiveness and impact. Monitor deadlines to ensure that reporting requirements are met in a timely manner.

5. Review and make recommendations on submitted concept papers and proposals.

6. Provide guidance to the external grant writing team by researching and collecting the needed information with evidence that can be used to pursue external grant proposals for MCC Uganda partners.

7. Consult with teams and technically lead and guide new project design as it relates to food security, livelihoods and trauma healing in the settlement areas.

8. Contribute to capacity strengthening initiatives in food security and livelihoods programming for staff and partner through helping develop learning and training strategies and agendas/curriculums, conducting trainings and workshops, and mentoring and coaching to partner staff.

9. Keep abreast of the changing trends in food security and livelihood interventions especially in the settlement areas.

10. Assist in compiling and monitoring all projects and document in the MCC database, PlanWin.

11. Assess current capacity of local partners and offer planning, monitoring, evaluation & reporting (PMER) support.

12. Represent MCC at relevant functions to promote the identity of the MCC Uganda program.

13. Maintain up-to-date knowledge of PMER principles and practices.

14. Attend relevant PMER webinars and meetings as called for by the PLDR department.

15. Attend a local church, MCC meetings and events as appropriate, including devotional and prayer time led by staff.

16. Work with MCC Representatives and program staff to evaluate and strengthen partner projects.

17. Other duties as assigned by MCC Representatives.


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