Programme Officer Gender Based Violence GBV Prevention NGO Jobs – Inter-Religious Council of Uganda (IRCU)

Organization: Inter-Religious
Council of Uganda (IRCU)
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
About US:
The
Inter-Religious Council of Uganda (IRCU) is a national Faith-Based
Non-Government Organization comprising of the Roman Catholic Church, the Church
of Uganda, the Uganda Orthodox Church, the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council, the
Seventh-day Adventist Church, the Pentecostal and Evangelical Churches. IRCU’s
Vision is: ‘a divinely peaceful, united, prosperous Uganda where all people
enjoy full health and freedoms for the common good.’ The Council implements a
range of programs namely HIV/AIDS and Public Health, Gender Based Violence
Prevention, Peace, Justice and Governance.
Job Summary: The Programme
Officer Gender Based Violence Prevention will support the implementation of the
GBV programme and work closely with other organizations and actors to ensure a
comprehensive prevention and response initiatives.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
·        
Render support in the maintenance of GBV mechanisms
in line with the GBV framework and policies
·        
The incumbent will support in the documentation and
sharing programming information with your immediate Supervisor in line with the
GBV Policy guidelines
·        
Prepare and submit regular GBV monitoring reports
for IRCU members and donors.
·        
Actively participate in the IRCU reviews / reflections
on GBV program activities
·        
Participate in the preparation of plans and budgets
for the GBV function in line with IRCU financial procedures
·        
Take part in the sourcing and accounting of
financial and material resources within the GBV section
·        
Perform any other duties as assigned by the
supervisor.
Qualifications, Skills and
Experience: 
·        
The Programme Officer Gender Based Violence
Prevention should preferably hold a University degree in law, international
law, human rights law, and gender studies, social work, or other social
sciences, public health, community health, or international relations related
field. Possession of a Masters’ degree will be an added advantage.
·        
Working knowledge and skills in participatory
methods for community development and mobilization
·        
At least five years’ experience in the area of
gender- based violence, awareness and knowledge of gender issues including
reproductive health and protection.
Note: Evidenced work experience shall
be required for all positions. Female qualified candidates are encouraged to
apply.
How to Apply: 
The candidates
should send an application letter with certified copies of academic
certificates/ transcripts and a letter of recommendation from his/her leader of
Church/ Mosque/place of worship to the address below:
The Secretary
General,
Inter-Religious
Council of Uganda,
Namirembe Hill,
Plot 884,
Centenary Road,
P.O. Box 7502, Kampala,
Uganda.
Deadline: Monday, 28th September, 2015 by
5:00p.m.

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