National Infrastructure Facilities Coordinator (NIFC) – BTC Uganda


The Kingdom of
Belgium and the Government of Uganda have recently signed a Specific Agreement
for the Project “Improving the Training of BTVET Technical Teachers/Instructors
and Health Tutors, and Secondary Teachers in Uganda”. The objective of the
project is to “Contribute to the increase of quality of and equity in access,
to post-primary education and training level, as part of Universal Post-Primary
Education and Training”. The project is focused primarily on improving the
quality of education and training provided in four (4) selected national
colleges of education. These are:
  • Kaliro NTC
  • Muni NTC
  • Abilonino Community Polytechnics
    Instructors Training College
  • Mulago Health Tutors Training
    College.
In light of the
above, BTC, the Belgian Development Agency, in conjunction with the Ministry of
Education and Sports (MoES) will recruit a National Infrastructure Facilities
Coordinator (NIFC) to operate within the MoES at the Construction Management
Unit. He/she will be responsible for the preliminary studies, architectural and
engineering plans and the TOR with support from BTC Headquarters
(Est-infrastructure).
He/she will among
other tasks participate in the overall planning related to construction,
organizing infrastructure activities including capacity development, oversee
engineers and consultants in carrying out procurements for infrastructural
works. He/she will be a member of the Project Coordination Team and will work
under the supervision of the Project Coordinator and an International Sector
Expert – Infrastructure
Duty Station: Kampala, within the MoES at the CMU
department.
Duration of the
contract:
60 months.
Minimum profile:
  • Degree in Civil or Architectural
    Engineering;
  • At least 7 years experience in
    construction;
  • Experience in school building
    projects;
  • Experience in working with an
    international organization or NGO;
  • Fluent in English;
  • Mature, good communicator and
    team-player;
  • Able to work under stressful
    conditions and with no objection to working overtime and undertaking field
    missions.
How
to apply:
Details relating
to all jobs can be collected from BTC office or a request by email: stacie.wria@btcctb.org

Interested? Please apply not later than 4:00 pm local time on Friday 10th
February 2012 by sending your application letter and resume, plus copies of
academic and professional qualification certificates as well as at least three
recent professional references to the Resident Representative, BTC, P. O.
Box 40131, Kampala-Uganda or hand deliver to; Lower Kololo Terrace, Plot 1B

Please only submit your application if it meets the above criteria. ONLY
SHORT LISTED APPLICANTS SHALL BE RESPONDED TO.

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