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Christian Blind Mission (CBM)

Programme Officer

Uganda

Alight Ug

Protection Manager

Uganda

Uganda Healthcare Federation

Project Intern

Uganda

Wells of Life

Water Sanitation And Hygiene (WASH) Officer

Kampala, Uganda

Agri Exim

Project Manager

Western Uganda, Uganda

Aga Khan Foundation

Project Officer – Early Childhood Development

Uganda

Norwegian Refugee Council

Field Office Coordinator

Uganda

Save the Children (Uganda)

Project Coordinator ASRH / GBV

Uganda

Abt Associates

Livelihoods Technical Lead, Uganda ICAN

Kampala, Uganda

VVOB Education for Development

MEAL Officer

Kampala, Uganda

Andela

Program Manager (M & A)

Uganda

IntraHealth International

Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning (MEL) Director

Mbale, Uganda

IntraHealth International

Technical Director, Integrated Health Service Delivery

Kampala, Uganda

IntraHealth International

Technical Director, HIV And HSS

Kampala, Uganda

Heifer International

Planning, Monitoring, Learning & Evaluation Manager

Kampala, Uganda

Heifer International

Project Coordinator - SSID

Kampala, Uganda

Reproductive Health Uganda

Call For Applications - IPPF Global Youth Connect " Youth Think Tank "

Uganda

DanChurchAid (DCA)

Livelihoods Project Officer

Uganda

SOS Children's Villages

Institutional Partnership Development Manager

Kampala, Uganda

International Rescue Committee

Consortium Manager

Kampala, Uganda

SOS Children's Villages

Head Of Programmes

Uganda

Finn Church Aid

Tender - Uganda Country Program Evaluation

Uganda

Youth Challenge International

Partnership & Training Coordinator

Uganda

UNICEF

Senior Communication Associate, G7

Kampala, Uganda

World Food Programme

Programme Policy Officer (IFMIS) SSA 9 (Re - Advertised)

Kampala, Uganda

International Rescue Committee

Community Health Officer

Uganda

World Food Programme

Intern - Nutrition

Uganda

World Food Programme

Intern - Social Protection

Uganda

World Food Programme

Business Support Assistant - Monitoring And Evaluation - Intern

Uganda

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World Food Programme

Intern - Resilience, Livelihoods & Climate Change Adaptation, SSA3,

Uganda

Closing: Jan 25, 2022

6 days remaining

Published: Jan 19, 2022 (Closing today)

Job Requirements

Education:

Bachelor's degree

Work experience:

3 years

Language skills:

English

Job Summary

Contract Type:

Full time

We are looking for someone who has…

The job holder is responsible for providing sound programmatic and financial management to enable successful implementation and achievement of all objectives and targets of key projects in Uganda. It demands someone with a proactive and highly organised approach to coordination and communication with partners, CBM offices and external stakeholders. The job holder will ensure all CBM programming, reporting and partnership commitments are met and will provide a critical support function for other staff within CBM Uganda country office.

Pre-Requisites

Education, Knowledge & Professional Experience

· Relevant university degree in social sciences, project management business administration, or related field.

· Professional experience of 3-5 years in a national or international NGO with a track record in successfully managing inclusive development and/or humanitarian programmes in collaboration with national partners.

· Experience in managing institutionally funded projects, including consortium led projects.

· Experience in evaluation and strengthening of quality and effectiveness systems

· Proven experience in results-based management and project cycle management, including assessment, monitoring and evaluation, with a sound understanding of budgeting and programme finance management.

· Demonstrated experience in managing internal and external relationships and partnerships particularly with national /county local governments.

· Experience in working with various government/bi-lateral/major institutional donors.

· Proven good organizational and coordination skills as well as a high level of autonomy and flexibility.

· Ability to work diplomatically and with sensitivity with individuals from a variety of cultures, professions and personal backgrounds.

· Advantage of lived experience with disability.

· Experience of working with persons with disabilities or promoting disability rights a distinct advantage.

· Commitment to CBM’s mission, vision and values

· Willingness to travel in country and work long hours when necessary

· Willingness to commit and adhere to CBM’s values and Child Safeguarding Policy

Languages

· English (professional proficiency)

Tools

· Good knowledge of MS Office (particularly advanced Excel skills)

· Database management

Application Procedures:

Candidates with the required profile and proven experience, who meet these qualifications, are invited to submit via e-mail, a meaningful letter of motivation, stating why he/she wishes to work for CBM, CV, three professional references and salary expectations to Info.Uganda@cbm.org.

Application deadline: 5pm, 25th January 2022

CBM encourages Uganda’s nationals who meet the qualifications to apply.


Responsibilities

We are looking for someone who has…

The job holder is responsible for providing sound programmatic and financial management to enable successful implementation and achievement of all objectives and targets of key projects in Uganda. It demands someone with a proactive and highly organised approach to coordination and communication with partners, CBM offices and external stakeholders. The job holder will ensure all CBM programming, reporting and partnership commitments are met and will provide a critical support function for other staff within CBM Uganda country office.

Pre-Requisites

Education, Knowledge & Professional Experience

· Relevant university degree in social sciences, project management business administration, or related field.

· Professional experience of 3-5 years in a national or international NGO with a track record in successfully managing inclusive development and/or humanitarian programmes in collaboration with national partners.

· Experience in managing institutionally funded projects, including consortium led projects.

· Experience in evaluation and strengthening of quality and effectiveness systems

· Proven experience in results-based management and project cycle management, including assessment, monitoring and evaluation, with a sound understanding of budgeting and programme finance management.

· Demonstrated experience in managing internal and external relationships and partnerships particularly with national /county local governments.

· Experience in working with various government/bi-lateral/major institutional donors.

· Proven good organizational and coordination skills as well as a high level of autonomy and flexibility.

· Ability to work diplomatically and with sensitivity with individuals from a variety of cultures, professions and personal backgrounds.

· Advantage of lived experience with disability.

· Experience of working with persons with disabilities or promoting disability rights a distinct advantage.

· Commitment to CBM’s mission, vision and values

· Willingness to travel in country and work long hours when necessary

· Willingness to commit and adhere to CBM’s values and Child Safeguarding Policy

Languages

· English (professional proficiency)

Tools

· Good knowledge of MS Office (particularly advanced Excel skills)

· Database management

Application Procedures:

Candidates with the required profile and proven experience, who meet these qualifications, are invited to submit via e-mail, a meaningful letter of motivation, stating why he/she wishes to work for CBM, CV, three professional references and salary expectations to Info.Uganda@cbm.org.

Application deadline: 5pm, 25th January 2022

CBM encourages Uganda’s nationals who meet the qualifications to apply.


Project management

· Coordination and oversight of all project planning, delivery, monitoring and reporting activities of partners.

· Management of all project steering committee activities, including scheduling meetings and administration of key reference documents: work plan, log-frame and risk register.

· Conduct quarterly monitoring visits to partners, reviewing project implementation and risks, as well as cross-cutting issues such as safeguarding and gender equality.

· Ensure that all partner project staff are properly oriented or trained for clear and comprehensive understanding of the project

· Provide each partner with a comprehensive understanding of CBM reporting systems for both programme and finance. Emphasis should be given to quality and accountability.

· Develop scheduled communication (verbal and written) with partners regarding the status of implementation of project activities and act accordingly to help and facilitate the resolution of all problems as they may occur.

· Support with the organization and implementation of trainings to strengthen partner’s capacity to meet CBM and donor expectations on identified critical project management disciplines.

· Facilitate all monitoring and evaluation activities required for each project, including data collection, needs assessment and consultative meetings with project stakeholders.

· Ensure data collected is filed properly and easily accessible for use in project evaluations and/or in national level advocacy as well as alliance-building.

· Serve as the liaison with stakeholders and relevant local Government departments in the project catchment area.

Financial management

· Guide partners to set up and maintain financial control systems and processes to ensure that financial resources as used by partners are in compliance with CBM financial policies, standards and procedures, and with specific donor requirements and contracts.

· Coordinate project financial reporting process with partners, CBM country and regional office staff, ensuring quality, accuracy and timeliness of reports.

· Prepare financial documents and critically analyze all partners’ and country office financial and narrative monitoring reports for compliance against donor requirements and approved budgets.

· Conduct 100% expenditure verification and/or validation of expenditures with partners on a quarterly basis; using CBM standardized processes document key findings and formulate recommendations for improvement for the auditability of project’s financial documents.

· Support partners with accurate budget forecasting and planning.

· Monitor project budgets through: budget versus actual analysis, highlighting burn rates and under/over spends.

· Document the key highlights noted in financial monitoring reports and reporting on the progress of the implementation of recommendations by CBM, project auditors and other stakeholders through regular follow ups.

· Review periodical program fund reconciliation statements and financial reports (including Project Progress Reports) from the implementing partners to ensure completeness and accuracy of financial reports.

· Support in the development of Terms of Reference for project audits and ensure that CBMs accountability requirements are incorporated.

· Uploading of approved financial and narrative project monitoring reports in Navision and SharePoint.

Documentation

· Manage external reporting and support with the consolidation of the consortium’s partners’ and CO project reporting; ensure high-quality, well-written and timely reports meeting donor and CBM requirements;

· Record all results and analysis of project monitoring results/data that are stored at the project level by partners, with important/ strategic findings (lessons learned, best practices, evidence base) filed at CBM office.

· Ensure data collected are filed properly and easily accessible for use in project evaluations and/or in national level advocacy as well as alliance-building

· Collect, document and report on significant Stories of Change as well as other PR and Fundraising material in full compliance with CBM and donor policies.

Quality Management

· Ensure that processes and procedures organizationally and at individual staff level always meet CBM minimum standards and project requirements.

· Ensure that principles and practice of disability inclusive development are woven through the design and implementation of the projects

· Develop/strengthen the capacity of Partners in various programme themes to promote CBMs programme approach and standards in child safeguarding, gender, disability and development, M&E, iPCM etc.

· Develop contacts with as many as possible relevant external parties to develop network and alliances.

· Assist partners to plan and organise workshops/seminars exposing projects’ successes and positive results that are supported by evidence, inviting relevant district, provincial and national levels government offices and others

· Conduct evaluations and share results accordingly for advocacy purposes.


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