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JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN UGANDA AND RWANDA

JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN UGANDA AND RWANDA

Job Title:   Customer Service Officer (23 No Experience Job Opportunities)

Organization: Bayport Financial Services (Uganda) Ltd

Duty Station: Kampala, Pallisa, Amolatar, Jinja, Arua, Kabale, Mubende, Tororo, Mayuge, Isingiro, Yumbe, Kamwenge, Nakasongola, Lwengo, Arua, Gulu, Lira, Soroti, Mbale, Jinja, Hoima, Mbarara or Central Region, Uganda

About US:

Bayport Financial Services (Uganda) Ltd is part of the Bayport International Group (BML) headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa with Financial Services Operations in over Nine Countries in Africa and South America.

Job Summary:  The Customer Service Officer will support branch sales, offer sales and service support and coordinate with head office service support Unit in supporting service at the branch. They will also undertake first line risk and quality evaluation of all credit application documents and undertake client service onboarding processes.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

The applicants for the Customer Service Officer jobs should have no experience but hold degrees or diplomas with good grades and desires to build a career in the financial services sector.

Rewards: All these opportunities have excellent and negotiable rewards for the best-assessed candidates

How to Apply:

All suitably qualified and interested candidates should send their applications with a signed formal application letter, Detailed Curriculum Vitae and copies of Previous employment documents and Academic documents and relevant supporting documentation to The Head of Human Resources, Bayport Financial Services, Plot 54, Lugogo bypass, Kampala, P.O. Box 1171, Kampala, Uganda Or email to [email protected]; indicating on the left top corner of the application envelop and if email application on the subject matter, role applied for and the name of the applicant

Deadline: 5th October 2018

NB: If not contacted by this date, please consider your application as having been unsuccessful. All previous applicants for any of these roles are advised NOT to apply again

 

Program Associate (Fluent In French)

Segal Family Foundation

Project Management

Outside Uganda

Full Time

NGO

USh  Confidential

2d

Job Summary

Contribute to the development and implementation of Rwanda, Burundi, and DRC strategy, work plans, and budgets.

 

Minimum Qualification: Bachelor

Experience Level: Mid-level

Experience Length: 3 years

Job Description

Closing date: 31 Oct 2018

 

We are hiring a Program Associate!

 

Based in Kigali, Rwanda

 

About Segal Family Foundation (SFF)

 

At Segal, we believe in a world where development is steered by grassroots leaders and power is shifted into the hands of communities. We work across Sub-Saharan Africa and strive to be true partners to our grantees. We want to change the power dynamics inherent in traditional philanthropy and prove that a new, more equitable, and responsive approach is not only fairer but more effective.

We support 200+ incredible organizations who are finding local and scalable solutions to Sub-Saharan Africa’s most pressing development challenges. We offer our grantee partners financial and capacity building support, aimed at giving them a larger network of peer organizations and like-minded funders to share learnings and new opportunities as well as provide technical expertise.

Our vibrant team of 14 is spread across the globe. We work virtually across continents, and our Africa team is spread across 4 countries. We move fast and adapt quickly as we find new and exciting ways to push our mission forward. We’ve got a lot of ambition, and we are looking for team members that will continue to help us punch above our weight.

About the role

You will join our Programs Team, which implements SFF’s mission on the ground by identifying new grantee partners, managing all aspects of our Active Partnership model with current grantee partners, and engaging fellow philanthropic actors to promote our grantee-centric approach.

Besides providing program administration support related to awarding and renewing funding to our grantee partners, you will help deliver initiatives to build community and promote partnership in learning and doing among SFF grantees. You will also play a key role in linking SFF grantees to opportunities to strengthen their capacity and grow their impact.

Your responsibilities will include

Program/ Grants Management for our Rwanda and French-speaking portfolio (45%)

Contribute to the development and implementation of Rwanda, Burundi, and DRC strategy, work plans, and budgets.

Maintain programmatic and administrative aspects of ggrantmakingthroughout the year, including but not limited to review of applications, site visits, analysis of organizational health and effectiveness, and written recommendations in a due diligence report.

Support and coordinate the logistics of program-related events, as needed, such as site visits, workshops, training seminars, meetings, and conferences.

Contribute to program administration through budget tracking, expense reports, consultant contracts, travel arrangements, etc.

Support our Active Partnership strategy and activities for Rwanda, Burundi, and DRC partners, and work with the Program Officer to conceptualize tailored support to our partners.

Ensure prompt response to emails, queries, and unsolicited funding requests with guidance from the Program Officer.

Relate with grantee partners in a way that keeps in account the typical power dynamics in the grant making industry: upholding integrity, mutual respect, and humility in interactions with ongoing and potential grantee organizations.

Contribute to discussion and decisions in grant making calls.

In collaboration with the Program Officer, conduct occasional research and writing assignments that are relevant to the program.

Support cultivation and stewardship of relationships with funders to leverage support for SFF grantees and promote grantee-centric practices.

Formally and informally stay updated on SFF partners’ work and outcomes.

Social Impact Incubator – Program Coordination: (35%)

Coordinate all SII Rwanda activities, resources, and equipment in collaboration with the Program Officer in charge.

Monitor SII Rwanda participant attendance and progress through the SII program.

Support quality control of content delivery of training sessions and one-on-ones through feedback mechanisms from champions (both online and verbal).

Manage SII Rwanda site visit execution to monitor and update participant database throughout the program.

Handle regular communications with trainers, champions, alumni, and advisory committee

Contribute communications content for SII Rwanda monthly newsletter.

Support communications consultant with content for SII Rwanda social media presence.

Contribute feedback on SII Rwanda communications (documentaries, logos, one-pagers, media briefs, newspaper articles/adverts).

Office Management: (10%)

Ensure smooth running of SFF Kigali office. Manage lease, vendors and ensure the office is well-supplied, clean, orderly and safe.

Manage office expenditure against budget to ensure cost efficiency of operations.

Learning and Tracking SFF’s Impact (10%)

Participate in regular team meetings: Prepare relevant presentations, correspondences, and minutes for these meetings or for other forums where SFF is participating to curate and share information on behalf of the team.

Contribute to the development of performance goals and learning objectives for Rwanda, Burundi, DRC and SII Rwanda programming as well as quarterly progress review to improve learning.

 

Who we are looking for

 

You are passionate about locally-driven development and excited about identifying and supporting visionaries that have bold ideas to positively transform their communities.

You have work experience with social enterprises, non-profits or start-ups in Rwanda or Burundi, especially those catering to poor, remote or underserved communities.

You have at least 3-5 years of experience working with non-profit organizations or social enterprises in East Africa. Previous private sector experience with strong exposure to understanding organizations and communities will also be considered (in advisory, investment, project management, marketing, etc.).

You take an interest in the business model and the numbers side of an organization. You have proven experience or knowledge of using qualitative and quantitative methods to analyse the effectiveness of organizations’ programs.

You have proven knowledge of the Rwandan and/or Burundian social sector

You are resourceful with a go-getter attitude and have a willingness to take informed risks in order to meet program objectives.

You have strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and a proven track record in managing projects involving tight timelines, budgets, and complex logistics to drive outcomes.

You have strong skills in managing relationships and partnerships with diverse individuals, remotely and in-person.

Strong critical thinking skills

You are a clear communicator and have strong writing skills.

You are bold and confident to share your opinions with a multicultural team and can tailor your approach to working with various colleagues.

You thrive in an unstructured environment, are at peace with ambiguity and with multiple reporting lines, and solve problems creatively and efficiently.

You have learned how to talk about your weaknesses and mistakes in the workplace and value honesty.

You love collaboration, and you naturally motivate yourself to deliver when working alone.

You have a strong interest in developing yourself and your peers.

You easily navigate Microsoft Word, Excel, Google Drive, etc.

Required: Excellent French language skills

Why work with us

  • Mission and Impact: We want to change the face of philanthropy while uplifting incredible local leaders (who we like to call rock stars). Every day we support local leaders changing the lives of communities and youth.
  • Career Development: We hire ambitious young people and support them to develop their skills and leadership potential. We support each other to grow and propel even further in their career trajectory.
  • Autonomy: We hire smart and talented people and let them lead the way. You will get a team of 11 behind you for support but will be given the autonomy (and responsibility!) to take control of your role and participate in strategic decisions in your department.
  • Work Hard, Play Hard: We put in the extra time and go the extra mile to support our partners. But we also love to laugh, have fun, and enjoy the camaraderie we’ve built amongst our team. We can find some levity even in tough situations.
  • Variety and Adventure: We support 200+ partners across 20+ African countries. Even if travel isn’t a large part of your role, you will get to experience new cultures, places, and exciting organizations across the continent.
  • Benefits: We believe in supporting the well-being of our employees, so we offer healthcare cover, flexible hours and performance-based incentives.

Other information

We value diversity and therefore welcome all applications from qualified candidates. Rwandans and EAC nationals are especially encouraged to apply.

You will work out of our Kigali office with around 40% regional travel. Due to the nature of the job, working hours can extend into the evening and on the weekend from time to time. We will agree on a six-month probation period with learning and performance goals.

HOW TO APPLY:

Want to apply?

  • First, read this guide on how to submit your application and tips on our selection process: http://bit.ly/CandidatesGuide
  • Fill out the application form under:http://bit.ly/JoinSFF_Rwanda

Deputy Principal Nursing Officers

Uganda Martyrs Hospital Lubaga

Medicine & Pharmaceutical

Kampala

Full Time

Healthcare

USh  Confidential

2d

Job Summary

Experience in Clinical Management position of five years.

Minimum Qualification: Bachelor

Experience Level: Senior level

Experience Length: 5 years

Job Description

Deadline of this Job:

12th October 2018

Duty Station:

Kampala, Uganda

Summary

Date Posted: 24th September 2018 , Base Salary: Not Disclosed , Employment Type: Full-Time

About the Company

JOB DETAILS:

Uganda Martyrs Hospital Lubaga, formerly Rubaga Hospital founded in 1899, is a hospital in the health network of the Archdiocese of Kampala and one of the 30+ private- non for profit hospitals within the Catholic network UCMB in Uganda.

Lubaga Hospital is looking for suitably qualified persons to fill the position below:

Deputy Principal Nursing Officers (2)

Deputy PNO in

charge of Training and Second will be in

charge of Clinical Operations) Minimum Professional Requirements:

Ma. Science in Health Services Mgt.

Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or related fields.

Experience in Clinical Management position of five years.

Must be licensed with the Nurses & Midwives Council.

Job application procedure

Hand written application with detailed CV, 3 references and copies of all academic documents should be hand delivered to Uganda Martyrs Hospital Lubaga reception by 5.00 p.m. not later than 12th October 2018. Address to: The Human Resource Manager, P. O. Box 14130. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Theatre Assistants

Medical Teams International

Medicine & Pharmaceutical

Kampala

Full Time

Healthcare

USh  Confidential

2d

Job Summary

Certificate in Theatre techniques from a recognized institution; Registration with a professional body; valid practicing licence; At least 1 years’ experience.

Minimum Qualification: Bachelor

Experience Level: Entry level

Experience Length: 1 year

Job Description

Medical Teams International is a faith based organization with the calling of “Daring to love like Jesus, we boldly break barriers to health and restore wholeness in a hurting world”. MTI-UG has established activities in West Nile and South Western Uganda. We provide Comprehensive Primary Health Care, Reproductive Health, HIV/AIDS and Nutrition. MTI-Uganda is seeking to recruit highly competent, dynamic and experienced candidates to fill the following positions based in operational sites across the Country.

Post: 3 Theatre Assistants

Location: Arua, Moyo

Minimum Requirements

Certificate in Theatre techniques from a recognized institution; Registration with a professional body; valid practicing licence; At least 1 years’ experience.

How to Apply

Interested applicants who meet the criteria should email their Application letter and CV ONLY including three work related referees to; [email protected]  .

Do not attach your Academic transcripts. They will be requested if you are shortlisted

Only online applications will be accepted. Your application will be reviewed if you have fulfilled all the requirements including submission of file types such as MS Word, PDF.

INDICATE CLEARLY IN THE SUBJECT LINE: THE POSITION AND LOCATION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. MTI is an equal opportunity Employer.

Information Technology Manager

Uganda Martyrs Hospital Lubaga

IT & Telecoms

Kampala

Full Time

Healthcare

USh  Confidential

2d

Job Summary

In General, the IT Manager offers leadership in the IT department and is responsible for the organization

Minimum Qualification: Bachelor

Experience Level: Senior level

Experience Length: 5 years

Job Description

Deadline of this Job:

12th October 2018

About the Company

JOB DETAILS:

Uganda Martyrs Hospital Lubaga, formerly Rubaga Hospital founded in 1899, is a hospital in the health network of the Archdiocese of Kampala and one of the 30+ private for non- profit hospitals within the Catholic network UCMB in Uganda.

Lubaga Hospital is looking for suitably qualified persons to fill the positions below:

JOB TITLE: Information Technology Manager

In General, the IT Manager offers leadership in the IT department and is responsible for the organization

– wide systems and information. Should have a proven record of committed leadership and is familiar with the values and teaching of the Catholic Church.

Minimum Professional Requirements:

MSc in Information Technology

BS in Computer Science, MIS or similar field

Excellent knowledge of technical management, information analysis and of computer hardware/ software systems

Expertise in data centre management and data governance

Hands

on experience with computer networks, network administration and network installation

Basic knowledge of patient management and knowledge of International Accounting Standards

Postgraduate qualifications in Management is of added advantage

Knowledge and understanding of Hospital Management Information Systems is a basic requirement

JOB PURPOSE

The Service Consultant forms part of the services team.

The Services team ensures that software is effectively implemented, maintained and continues to provide uptime within the customer.

The primary focus is to ensure the TECHNOLOGY is effectively functional at all times.

SPECIFIC TECHNICAL SKILLS:

TCP/IP, Domain networks

SQL – ability to write a script/stored procedure.

Ability to query a database.

Software development and/programming exposure.

ABX and Telephone Systems.

Computer skills: Internet Explorer/Chrome

Experience:

Applicants should bear at least five years’ experience in management of IT teams within reputable institutions.

Job application procedure

Hand written application with detailed CV, 3 references and copies of all academic documents should be hand delivered to Uganda Martyrs Hospital Lubaga reception by 5.00 p.m. not later than 12th October 2018. Address to: The Human Resource Manager, P. O. Box 14130. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.