Technical Programme Officer Job Vacancy in Uganda at CCF-Pader

CCF-Pader is a registered NGO operating in the Districts of Pader and Agago in Northern Uganda. It is committed to promoting Christian values and counseling to the war affected women and children. CCF is looking forward to recruit two staff positions; 
Job Purpose: Mentoring, creating a system in place for effective managing of organization with aim of sustainable strategy for CCF/Pader Girls Academy.
Duties & Responsibilities
·         Assist CCF and Pader Girls Academy School staff to design and manage integrated programs;
·         Assist Programme Officer (PO) to create tools and guidance to define project development
·         Work with the POs and Director to review and improve
·         Performance Management Plans and in general motivate CCF staff and all team players
·         Provide coordination and strategic oversight to the linkages between and among, CCF and Pader Girls Academy activities.
·         Facilitate and support program planning, monitoring, information sharing and coordination; strong relationships with the Pos;
·         Strengthen accountability within CCF Team in order to be sure that programme activities will achieve their desired results.
·         Seek continually for new opportunities for integration across development sectors – Education, social protection and Governance.
·         Convene and facilitate quarterly project review with all the programme staff, as well conduct senior management meetings
·         Monitor performance of programmes together with Pos to determine extent of achievement of targets
Qualifications, Skills & Experience
·         Honours degree in Social Sciences or equivalent from a recognised University;
·         Relevant Master’s Degree such Development studies, the social sciences, or, public administration etc.
·         Minimum seven (7) years’ experience working with donor agency and/or a development organization, with at least 2 years’ experience supporting development programs in an or resource challenged setting.
·         Technical knowledge of Organization Development, and post conflict rehabilitation especially in Education and livelihood
·         Demonstrated experience working with communities/local organization, donors, and government.
·         Strong communication, interpersonal writing skills, and ability to motivate team members Ability to work independently without supervision.
·         Have a proven track record of successfully working with donors, local governments and community.
How to Apply;
Attractive and competitive salary and benefits will be offered. Submission of Applications: Hand written or e-mail applications with academic transcripts should be submitted to BVL & Co. Certified Public Accountants, Plot 47/49 Nkrumah Road, Uganda Co-operative Alliance Building, Ground Floor and bvl@africaonline.co.ug  respectively by Friday, 13th July 2012.
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