3 Regional Coordinator NGO Jobs – Women’s International Peace Centre and the Uganda Women’s Network


Job Title:        Regional Coordinator (3 Job

Women’s International Peace Centre and the Uganda Women’s Network

Duty Station:
Eastern, Western and Northern, Uganda

Reports to: National


About US:

The Women’s
Situation Room (WSR) is a neutral, non-partisan mechanism that mobilizes women
and youth to promote peaceful and democratic electoral processes. The WSR also
promotes the enhanced participation of women in peace building in line with the
United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325.


Founded by The Angie
Brooks International Centre in Liberia, the WSR was first implemented in 2011
during the presidential elections in Liberia. It has, since then, been
replicated in Uganda in 2016 and in other African countries including Senegal,
Sierra Leone, Kenya, Nigeria and Ghana. It has been acknowledged as an
effective mechanism for promoting peaceful elections by the United Nations
Security Council and by the African Union, which requested that the WSR be
implemented in all African elections.


The WSR involves all
electoral stakeholders in consultative engagements to ensure peace before,
during and after elections. It includes a physical Situation Room where women
are involved in advocacy for peace; political and legal analysis of the
situation; and interventions that may include mediation to avert conflict.


The overall
objective of the WSR Uganda 2021 is to promote the full and active
participation of women and youth in ensuring peaceful elections and to
contribute to the strengthening and refinement of the WSR mechanism for
ensuring peace in African elections. The Women’s Situation Room Uganda will be
hosted by Uganda Women’s Network (UWONET); with the Women’s International Peace
Centre serving as the WSR Secretariat.


Key Duties and Responsibilities: Under the supervision of the National
Coordinator, the Regional Coordinator will perform the following functions:

  • Management, coordination of WSR activities in one of the regions
    (Eastern, Western, or Northern)
  • Providing support for conflict resolution and mitigation including
    responses to election violence
  • Documentation of the WSR implementation process in accordance with
    set guidelines in the region
  • Coordination of relationships with stakeholders and partners in the
    region to support implementation of the WSR, raise potential problems and
    provide solutions
  • Monitoring the implementation of activities and documentation of
    best practices
  • Any other duties as assigned by the National Coordinator.


Key Performance indicators:

  • Ensures the achievement of outputs and project results through the
    implementation of activities and in line with the approved WSR work plan
  • Leads the implementation of WSR activities in the region
  • Contributes to timely preparation of periodic reports for donors and
    other reports as required
  • Supports the identification of risks and timely updating the WSR
    Secretariat through the National Coordinator
  • Ensures project quality assurance through timely interventions where
  • Liaises with all stakeholders in the region including the Youth Peer
    to Peer Peace Advocates, Women Peace Advocates, WSR Election Observers,
    Eminent Women, and the Steering Committee members.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 

  • The applicant must hold a First degree or Master’s degree or
    equivalent in social sciences, Economics, Law, Public or Business
    Administration; Human Rights, Gender or Women’s Studies, International
    Development, Peace and Security or a related field is required
  • Minimum of 5 years of programme management experience in the field
    of governance and development
  • Proven experience of working with national and regional stakeholders
    in the areas of good governance, elections, peace and conflict resolution
  • Proven project management experience preferably in the non-profit
    sector with sound knowledge and experience in all aspects of project cycle
    (design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation)
  • Proven experience in coordination and networking
  • Strong analytical ability
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Experience in implementing projects in different regions in Uganda
    is an asset
  • Experience working with a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) and/or
    an International NGO working on peace and security is an advantage.
  • Languages: Fluency in English is required


Core competencies:

  • Sensitivity to and ability to manage in a politically charged
  • Ability to demonstrate non-partisanship
  • Leadership: ability to persuade others to follow
  • People management: ability to improve performance
  • Communication: ability to listen, adapt, persuade and transform
  • Ability to manage complexities
  • Ability to manage multi stakeholders
  • Knowledge management and learning


Core Values:

  • Transparency
  • Integrity
  • Fairness



candidates should send applications and CVs including three references with
contact details and copies of academic and professional testimonials by email
to: hrofficer@wipc.org


The Executive

Plot 1 Martyr’s
Garden B,

Minister’s Village,

Kampala, Uganda


Any inquiries should
be submitted through the email addresses listed above. Only shortlisted
candidates will be contacted for interviews. The successful candidate should be
able to start immediately.


Deadline: 20th September 2020


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