Administrative Officer – The Presidential Initiative on Banana Industrial Development (P.I.B.I.D.)

The Presidential Initiative on Banana Industrial
Development (P.I.B.I.D.) was borne as a Project in 2003 and was approved for funding
by the Uganda Government in January, 2005. Vision Statement: A state of
-art-banana processing enterprises in Uganda producing value added matooke
products with competitive market strength both locally and globally, manned by
rural farmers/entrepreneurs.
Mission
Statement:
To harness University capacity for training
entrepreneurs, conducting client -oriented research, steering of the banana
industrialization process by fueling community-based primary value addition
industries as well as entrepreneur- based secondary value-addition. The
incubation centers will offer rural farmer services, outreach and R&D
opportunities in five critical areas: sustainable plantation management,
business and product process development, product quality assurance and
safety, process/product technology transfer and product commercialization. The
technology park will extend services to seed entrepreneurs namely access to
business, technology and quality assurance infrastructure.
PIBID
wishes to recruit qualified Ugandans for the positions outlined below:
Administrative
Officer
Qualifications
The candidate should be a holder of a first degree,
majoring in Management related areas.  Post graduate qualifications are an
added advantage.
Knowledge
experience
a.       Experience of
working with Government of Uganda projects.
b.      Knowledge of basic
fleet management
c.       Basic
computer knowledge especially spread sheets

How
to apply:
Interested applicants to submit applications in both
hard and electronic copies addressed to : The Director, Presidential
Initiative on Banana Industrial Development PIBID) P.O.Box 35747. Kampala. Plot
No.26A,Lumumba Avenue, Kampala. or Email to:officeofdirector@pibid.org
 Details
about the positions can be found on the Project website: www.pibid.org, Closing date: 30th March,
2012

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