Human Resource Manager NGO Jobs – Musana Community Development Organisation (MCDO)


Job Title:    Human Resource Manager

Organisation: Musana
Community Development Organisation (MCDO)

Duty Station:  

Reporting to:
Country Director


About US:

Musana Community
Development Organisation (MCDO) is an NGO that has created sustainable
initiatives focused on Education, Health care, Skills development (craft
project, cafe/restaurant & guest house) and Economic development. These
high impact enterprises are almost 100% sustainable with locally generated
income and also generate additional profits that are used to provide Tuition
Scholarships, Medical assistance, Micro loans and Skills training to the most
vulnerable members of the Community to start their own businesses. Since its
inception in September 2008, MCDO has undergone a process of organisational
transformation in this process the organisation has evolved from a home for
vulnerable children and Orphans to a large and robust formal institutional


Job Summary:  The Human Resource Manager will be tasked for
the human resources functions by providing support in implementing human
resource policies and procedures, development and coordination of
organizational HR strategies at all levels specifically in the Management and
Professionalization of human capital resource.


Key Duties and Responsibilities:  

that the HR values and strategic interests are up held and well presented.

the effective implementation of the Human Resource Policies and Procedures
manual; and provide advice to Management on all aspects related to employees in
line the Government of Uganda legislation/employment laws.

management in carrying out Human Resource Planning at all levels.

with the respective department heads when a vacancy or new post surfaces to
determine if the nature and the scope of the job or the duties have changed in
any way.

in developing and compile induction and orientation programmes and a checklist
for induction and ensure that new employees receive all the information they

that a robust recruitment and selection process is carried out to ensure that
high quality and competent staff are employed to carry out their work
effectively and efficiently.

guidance and support to departments in carrying out the induction and
orientation programme.

and ensure controlled access to staff personal files.

the completion of Performance Appraisals by all Staff and further ensure
efficient management of the outcomes of the appraisal process. Regularly
conduct refresher trainings on the Performance Management System.

lead in the preparation and implementation of the employee learning and
development strategies.

exit interviews as appropriate to obtain feedback from departing employees
concerning working conditions, policies, supervision, organizational culture
and other matters related to their employment with the organization.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

applicant must hold a  Bachelor’s degree
in Human Resource Management or Industrial or Organizational Psychology, or
Business Administration (Human Resource Management option), Social Sciences
with a Masters in Human Resource Management. Membership of the Human Resource
Managers’ Association of Uganda will be an added advantage.

applicant should have at least five years of proven human resource managerial
work experience with NGOs.

ideal candidate should be a Ugandan citizen with broad knowledge and
understanding of the Uganda employment legal and statutory framework.

social, flexible, with good interpersonal skills and a spirit of team

Solving skills


Making Skills

to plan ahead

to different personalities, characters and behaviors/cultures

to work in remote areas

oral and written communication and report writing skills


How to Apply:

All candidates
should send their applications addressed to:


The Human Resource

Musana Community
Development Organisation,

P.O. Box 35, Iganga,



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Deadline: 19th February, 2021


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