Sunday, 10 March 2013

Jobs in Uganda at NGO News Africa

Job Title: Develop Research List of NGOs in Uganda, home-based (online volunteer)

Develop Research List of NGOs in Uganda

NGO News Africa is developing a database of NGOs in selected African countries around Africa and categorize them in their specific areas of focus and geography. This will enable for further update, easy reach-ability of potential partners etc.
NGO News Africa anticipates that with optimal commitment, the task should be completed within three weeks. A staff will be available on skype and on email to facilitate coordination. We expect the volunteer to reach out to various platforms and resources for NGOs in Uganda to gather information and contact details of the NGOs.
Number of volunteers: 1
NGO News Africa is a news portal dedicated to publishing news content by NGOs in Africa to the rest of the world. Our aim is to increase awareness on the important work of practitioners within the civil society space in Africa.
Our objective is to contribute to the building of sustainable global partnerships for NGOs in Africa. We hope to achieve this through communication and PR support, as well increased visibility.
Region or country
Development topic
Development advocacy and strategies
1.Ability to commit full time to start and finish task within three weeks
2.Strong internet research skills
3.Knowledge of spreadsheet.
Areas of expertise
None in particular
Hours per week
Duration in weeks

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Jobs at Mmanze Centre for Rural Development and Training in Uganda

Job Title: Writing Business Proposal for Community Based Programmes, Home Based

Mmanze Centre for Rural Development and Training
We would like to establish a sustainable, self-sustaining reliable source of income for the organization. To fulfil our goals we have become partners of Bid Network, an organization that aims at developing small and medium businesses in the developing world. We therefore need a volunteer to write a business proposal to be submitted to the network.
The task is expected to be completed in 90 days. We shall give all the needed information and documents during the development of the proposal. We expect to collaborate with the volunteer for at least 10 hours per week.
Number of volunteers: 1
The Mmanze Centre for Rural Development and Training is a community based organisation working with the rural community in Uganda. Our main source of income for the last twenty five years has been from grants. The task relates to your organization's need of establishing a self-sustainable reliable source of income so that we are no longer based on grants from donors.
Our main goal is to establish a sustaining, reliable source of income for our organization through construction of students hostels and residential staff houses. The proposed project is expected to be funded by equity business partners through the business in development network based in the Netherlands of which we are already members of the network.
Region or country
Development topic
Integration of marginalized groups
The volunteer we need should have skills in project planning and management, business proposal writing especially businesses concerned with construction, business marketing. He or she should have at least two years of experience.
Areas of expertise
Business and administration

Hours per week
Duration in weeks

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Consultants Jobs at CTG Global Uganda

Job Title: Consultants, Uganda
Closing Date: Sunday, 31 March 2013

Duty Station: Uganda (actual location to be advised) Duration:

Overview of CTG Global
 CTG Global is a Personnel Management Service Company specialised in Recruitment, Management Consultancy, and Human Resources in countries experiencing or emerging from armed conflict, natural disasters, or acute social and economic crisis worldwide. CTG Global provides tailored personnel management support enabling a growing number of public and private sector agencies and individuals to achieve their objectives in complex and challenging environments. CTG Global clients currently comprise UN agencies, non-government organizations (NGOs), and different corporate organisations such as security companies.
We are currently looking for suitable candidates for the following:
Team Leader (require 01 no) - Should have a solid understanding of evaluation methodologies - Proven expertise of research in social science relevant of evaluation - Demonstrated capacity for strategic thinking and policy advise - Should be familiar with humanitarian operations
Consultant for Sexual and Reproductive Health (require 01 no) - Specialist in Sexual and Reproductive Health focusing on Maternal Health, Family Planning, HIV/AIDS and Adolescent Reproductive Health - Have at least a Master's Degree in Public Health, or any other relevant field - Extensive national and international monitoring and evaluation of Reproductive Health programmes
Consultant for Population Dynamics (require 01 no) - Specialist in Population and Development (data and integration of population dynamics plan) - Should have at least a Master's Degree in a Population related subject, or any other relevant field - Extensive national and international experience in monitoring and evaluation of population and development programme
Consultant for Gender and Reproductive Rights (require 01 no) - Specialist in Gender with focus on Gender Based violence and Reproductive Rights - Should have at least a Master's degree in Gender and Development Studies - Extensive national and international experience in monitoring and evaluation of Gender Programmes - Experience on Evaluation of humanitarian organisation supported programmes

How to apply:
Interested candidate, please send your Cover Letter and CV to mentioning which of the above position you wish to apply for.

Tourism Marketing Consultancy Opportunity at AWF in Uganda

TOR for the Tourism Marketing  Consultancy
Based on the activities outlined in the first year work plan for the USAID/Uganda
Tourism for Biodiversity Program, AWF is seeking a proposal (technical and financial)
to support implementation of the specific activities outlined below in various national
parks in Uganda.
1. Tourism Product Development: support AWF and UWA efforts in planning for
priority park related infrastructure by developing a park specific branding plan
for LMNP. This will be achieved by working with UWA’s existing branding
manual and the trail plans and information developed by USFS/UWA for the
2. Marketing Campaign to Increase Tourism and Park Revenue: Building on
the inventory, mapping and assessment of the park and the surrounding
region, support AWF, UWA and tourism stakeholders to develop a marketing
plan for the park; and informational and promotional materials including focus
on the actions required to implement a domestic promotional campaign to
increase awareness about the park and its attractions. This is expected to
increase visitation to the park.
1. Tourism Product Development and implementation of Top of the Falls
Development Plan: Support AWF, UWA and other partners to review and
update the ‘Top of the Falls’ development plans. Based on this review and
update, work with UWA and others as appropriate to design and support the
implementation of the first phase of the plan.
2. Information and Marketing: In collaboration with UWA/NFA and AWF,
develop informational and marketing materials about Murchison and Budongo
conservation area including written and visual content on the tourism activities
and attractions of the region.
1. Improve Tourism Infrastructure: Support AWF, NFA, JGI and other partners to
develop interpretive and marketing materials for the tourism attractions in the
forest. This will include design of interpretive and directional signage leading to and along the new trails planned in the forest as well as marketing materials
for all tourism attractions in the forest.
2. Bird Guide Training: To train guides in the focus area of Budongo Forest
Reserve on current market guiding needs
1. Improve Tourism Connectivity Between Kampala, MFNP and KVNP : To
improve the connectivity between Kampala, MFNP and KVNP with the goal to
increase visitation to both these parks but specifically to KVNP. Support AWF
and work with tourism stakeholders to build on the information in the USAID
Northern Uganda Investment Report to develop implementation plans for the
northern tourism circuit from Kampala-Murchison/Budongo-Gulu-KitgumKampala. The investment plan will identify tourism opportunities that the
project can support as well as those that other organizations or the
government might be able to support.
2. Develop Tourism Mini-Guide for Northern Uganda Route to Kidepo:
Support AWF to conduct a survey of the tourism private sector to analyze the
interest, issues, challenges and opportunities for tourism along the northern
circuit as well as in the parks (MFNP and KVNP). Based on information from the
survey and the investment trip, develop a mini-guide and sample itineraries of
Uganda’s northern circuit, with information about the market ready tourism
activities in the parks as well as along the routes to the parks.
3. Improve Tourism in KVNP: In collaboration with UWA, USFS and in
consultation with tourism, government and community stakeholders, Support
AWF to develop a tourism development plan for the park. The plan will include
components such as signage to and within the park, new or improved trails,
campsites and accommodations, and information/interpretation for the park.
4. Apoka Village Redevelopment Plan: Provide tourism technical support to
AWF and UWA in development of detailed plans, designs and costs for the
redevelopment of Apoka Village in KVNP.
1. Staff Capacity Building in Guiding & Interpretation: Support AWF work with
NFA and JGI, with technical interpretation and guide trainings to supplement
ecological and other trainings through JGI. The interpretation and guide
training will consist of development and training-of-trainers for NFA staff (or
others as appropriate) followed by implementation of a week-long training
program in and around the forest. This will include development of a tourism
product and marketing materials, around the new Chimp group. CROSSCUTTINGNATIONAL ACTIVITIES
1. Improve NFA Capacity to Effectively Manage Tourism and Conservation: In
collaboration with AWF project staff and JGI, work with NFA staff at the
national and field level to develop an NFA Tourism Master Plan. This will
include a review of existing procedures, activities and opportunities within NFA
and their vision for tourism in the organization.
2. Tourism Promotion and Development for Protected Areas – UWA
Marketing Plan and Campaign: In collaboration with AWF project staff,
review existing UWA tourism marketing plans and survey tourism stakeholders
to develop activities that will support marketing of Uganda’s parks in
collaboration with UWA’s Tourism Department. Based on the plan, implement
an ‘UWA Tourism Marketing Campaign Program’ in collaboration with UWA
Tourism Department marketing staff and with private sector tourism
stakeholders to help promote the parks of Uganda. The marketing campaign
will be established with a comprehensive online monitoring system to track
success and impact of the campaign.
3. Tourism Promotion and Development for Protected Areas – Online
Interactive Map and Mobile Application: To enhance UWA’s website and
interaction with its visitors, support AWF work with UWA and the project to
develop an online interactive map and mobile application. The online
interactive map will integrate into the existing UWA website and contain points
of interest, tourism attractions, local stories and other information about
traveling within UWA’s National Parks.

How to Apply:

Interested firms should submit the following documentsto
(i) A technical and financial proposal,
(ii) Company profile and legal certifications,
(iii) Primary team qualifications- brief resumes of the professionals that will
be assigned to this assignment with relevant education, experience,
certifications, areas of expertise, and time allocation, and
(iv) Names and contacts of at least three referees.

Website Designer Jobs at Uganda Tourism Press Association

Job Title: Website Designer for Uganda Tourism Press Association
USAID/Uganda Tourism for Biodiversity Program is seeking applications from suitable
firms/individuals to develop and design a standard website for the Uganda Tourism Press
Association. Strong technical background in Open Source Content Management systems
including; Drupal, Joomla, Wordpress and prone is required. The candidate should have
competent programming skills in C, PHP, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Python, NET, XML and
JSON a plus.

How to Apply:
The candidate should come from a professional services environment and have successfully
completed similar projects with the required technologies.Interested firms should pay a visit to
Kidepo Valley National Park and determine the detailed works, and submit the following documents
(i) Technical and financial proposal,
(ii) Company profile and legal certifications,
(iii) Primary team qualifications; brief resumes of the professionals that will be assigned
to this assignment with relevant education, experience, certifications, areas of
expertise, and time allocation, and
(iv) Names and contacts of at least three referees.

Deadline: 15th March 2013

Key Account Manager Jobs in Uganda at NFT Consults

Job Title: Key Account Manager

Apply before:
22 Mar, 2013

About this job
Our client is a leading independent owner and operator of wireless and broadcast communication sites that is seeking to recruit result driven and motivated individuals for the Vacancy above;

Reports to: Director of Sales & Marketing

Job Summary:

The Key Accountant Manager is responsible for revenue generation in assigned Tier 1 accounts through developing positive relationships using a consultative sales approach with the ability to present technical solutions to non-technical people. This involves understanding the customers’ business and technical needs by providing professional account management. The Key Account Manager conducts sales and revenue growth efforts for assigned accounts within the framework of an agreed account development plan which meet the ATC Uganda annual operational targets for sales, revenues, profitability and outstanding customer satisfaction. This role is a largely client-facing which requires the Key Account Manager to work on both strategic and short term plans and projects.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Consistently achieve monthly, quarterly, annual sales objectives through securing signed tenant licenses, contract renewals and additional business within in order to meet and exceed targets as agreed with the Director of Sales & Marketing
Project manage and document all technical projects carried out with clients
Ensure client’s support issues are resolved in a fast and professional manner with operations teams and comply to agreed Service Level Agreements
Use relevant metrics and measures to routinely monitor progress against targets and take appropriate action to ensure sales and project targets are met or exceeded
Develop a pipeline of opportunities which are systematically qualified, by managing the accounts decision-making process to ensure closed revenues
Develop new business by maximising revenue contribution from target accounts through a program of pro-active sales and strategic account management
Provide sales performance data and information to support management decision-making
Support the Director of Sales & Marketing in developing sales plans by providing professional inputs, advice and project management
Ensure integrated information management by entering appropriate data into the collocation tracker and ATC sales management applications
Program manage the “collocation and build to suit” process with customers from inquiry to site on air by using ATC’s program management tools
Prepare, present and negotiate, solutions, specifications, proposals and quotations in professional format in order to acquire signed service level agreements and contracts
Provide accurate and timely account pipeline reports, account plan updates and financial forecasts
Exercise thought leadership at Board level to demonstrate an understanding of the customers business strategies; presenting the compelling value proposition of ATC
Coach and lead virtual internal and external teams
Develop a contact strategy with at CxO and key influencers via teleconference, e-mails, meetings and customer events
Maintain effective working relationships with internal and external suppliers maintaining deep relationships with radio engineers and network deployment teams
Advocate on behalf of the customer with the ATC account team and relevant cross functional departments
Proactively resolve all issues and disputes internally and externally to drive completion of customer collocations and build to suits
Serve as primary contact for all client needs, requirements and expectations. This includes but is not limited to; the preparation of quotes, formal proposals, management of change requests and responsibility for liaising with billing and credit control departments


Experience of contributing to sales strategy and decision-making processes, providing relevant inputs
Ability to present compelling arguments for proposed technical solutions
Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously
Experience of developing and implementing standard technical communications solutions in an enterprise solutions market
An understanding of the needs of telecommunications and broadcast business in Uganda
An ability to exercise "thought leadership" throughout customer organisations, ATC and to lead and manage a virtual account team, while motivating others to achieve targets
An analytical thinker who can plan/execute action to exploit sales or revenue growth opportunities
An active listener who present compelling business cases at CxO level for capital investment and sales opportunities
Experience in interfacing with internal and external customers at all levels with the ability to represent and communicate customer opportunities to key stakeholders• Utmost professional integrity
An understanding of the key links between reporting data, forecasting, business development and customer satisfaction.
Excellent customer service, organisational, written and verbal communication skills• Strong program management, presentation, analytical and decision making skills• Proactive, detail orientated, self-motivated, able to work in a team and independently
Detail and results oriented and able to multitask and meet deadlines
Able to influence and motivate others and work with the utmost integrity


University degree
Valid driver’s license
5 years consultative selling
Technical, IT&T knowledge or wireless networking preferred
Computer literate (MS Office)

How to Apply:

Please follow the instructions as stated below as failure to do so could lead to disqualification.

1. Send an Application letter and CV/Resume.

2. Merge these two documents into one document in either word or pdf format.

3. Do not attach or send any scanned documents, these are sometimes too large for our inbox.

4. Include the job title and/or reference number in the subject line of the email address   and send your application by email to

5. Only successful candidates will be contacted. For all other inquiries please contact our offices directly.

Uganda Wildlife Authority - Renovation of Field Office Opportunity

Construction - Renovation of Field Office
The USAID/Uganda Tourism for Biodiversity Program has sought and received approval from Uganda
Wildlife Authority (UWA) to use the former Chief Warden’s house at Apoka within Kidepo Valley
National Park for office and accommodation for its staff based there. The house will revert to UWA for
use in tourism after the life of the program. Therefore USAID/Uganda Tourism for Biodiversity Program
is seeking for a qualified firm to undertake the renovationwork which will include the following:
• Replace facial board, ceiling, paint roof
• Repaint the whole house
• Repair all floors and where appropriate replace apron
• Replace broken doors and windows (including panes and mosquito nets)
• Refit the kitchen including appropriate work top and shelves
• Provide for rainwater harvesting including a water pump to raise water into a 1000 litre tank
on an appropriate stand
• Provide plumbing works including septic tank,soak pit and piping.
• Supply and fix solar power adequate to provide light and run at least 2 computers and a laser
• Any other additional works not listed above that the firm may find necessary but only on
approval from USAID/Uganda Tourism for Biodiversity Program.

How to Apply:
Interested firms should pay a visit to Kidepo Valley National Park and determine the detailed works
and submit the following documents to
• Bids indicating the scope of works, bill of quantities,
• Time frame
• Costs for undertaking the works, and
• Names and contact information of at least three recent clients.