confederation of 19 independent charitable organizations focusing on the
alleviation of global poverty, founded in 1942 and led by Oxfam International.
It is a major nonprofit group with an extensive collection of operations.
implementation of Oxfam’s Public Health programme focusing on community
participation in the overall refugee assistance, community engagement for
action and capacity building of Oxfam, District & partner staff and
community volunteers to better manage public health risks.
start-up/implementation of Public Health promotion and Public Health
Engineering components of Oxfam humanitarian interventions in the newly
established settlement site of Nakivale in Isingiro district. The work that
will be undertaken will involve assessment, planning and implementation of
public health activities in line with the Oxfam’s strategy in Uganda.
assessment and lead on WASH interventions.
with respective key stakeholders (WASH partners and communities).
performance management of public health staff.
building and support to Oxfam staff.
ensure high quality programming and coordination. This includes the development
of work plans indicating clear targets and achievements as part of the
response activities in Nakivale settlement through participatory approaches.
implement context appropriate accountability mechanisms and ensure that data
collected is timely analyzed and reported to inform programme progress and
(ensuring activities are aligned with budget allocation, review monthly budget versus actual expenditure against
capitalized for example based on learning reviews at community level, the
development of best practices, case studies etc.
disabilities and HIV issues fully into account. This includes the introduction
of mechanisms to enable women and less able people to participate in decision
making in the community action planning, implementation and evaluation process.
some external relationships
local key stakeholders, OPM and partners on WASH response activities.
the work of other actors in this area.
necessary – programme, WASH and interagency.
of supplies and materials based on the clear procurement plans against defined
payment of Oxfam based structures, suppliers and contractors.
necessary support they require by ensuring that their moral remains high.
ensure staff get all the required support.
during activity planning and implementation.
(click here) as well as the promotion of gender justice and women’s rights
equity, diversity, gender, child safety and staff health and wellbeing
Degree in Civil and Or Water Engineering with a bias in Public Health
educational background. Experience could substitute for a formal qualification,
but not vice versa.
planning and management is an added advantage.
Health Engineering programs in humanitarian settings.
including budget management.
essential (good communicator)
in remote areas.
often at short notice;
proven ability to be flexible in demanding situations.
proposals, reflecting the problems and possible solutions
Cross Code of Conduct, the People in Aid Code, Oxfam International procedures
and other regulatory codes/protocols (e.g. Sphere Minimum Standards, MR WASH
complete assigned tasks and deal with difficulties encountered in daily work
cultural differences and gender issues, as well as the commitment to equal
willingness to learn about the application of gender/gender mainstreaming,
women’s rights, and diversity for all aspects of development work.
to ensure all people who come into contact with Oxfam are as safe as possible.
suitable candidates please apply online at the link below
application indicating the position name in the email subject line. Only
short-listed candidates will be contacted.