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VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR PROJECT ASSISTANT – ELEGU/NIMULE BORDERS

Posted October 19, 2021

Job Vacancy: Project Assistant

Duty Station: Elegu – Nimule

Programme: Gender and Economic Justice

Reports to: Programme Manager, Gender and Economic Justice

Contract duration: One-year, renewable

About the Organisation

 EASSI was formed in 1996 following the Second Eastern African Post Beijing Forum held in Kampala, Uganda, as a sub-regional, civil society led mechanism that would sustain the gains made during the Beijing process by monitoring the implementation of the Beijing Platform of Action (PFA) and other regional and global gender frameworks. The overall objective of EASSI is to facilitate linkages, collaboration, networking and information sharing between the different actors and stakeholders in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the African and Beijing Platforms for Action within the Eastern African Sub-region and other regional, continental and global commitments. EASSI’s strategic objectives are set around strengthening linkages, information sharing, advocacy, capacity building and monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of the policy commitments at the national and regional levels. EASSI works with networks of women’s organisations in each of the 9 member countries (Burundi, Ethiopia, Eretria, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda). Over the past two decades, EASSI has implemented a number of political and economic empowerment programmes using the Human Rights Framework and has developed capabilities of women across the region to gather, analyse, document and disseminate national, regional and international information on women’s rights and gender equality in order to inform and engage policy making processes nationally, regionally and globally.

 

About the project

EASSI is implementing a project, Making Trade Work for Women, with an overall goal of improving the social and economic empowerment of women traders in Eastern Africa. In particular; the project will contribute towards attaining an improved environment (policy/regulatory/institutional reforms) that facilitates women in trade in Eastern Africa; increasing the participation of women in Eastern Africa in formal trade and Enhancing the Prevention of and response to gender-based violence and harassment by targeted women traders in Eastern Africa. EASSI has established information and resource centers at the borders where the project is being implemented and is seeking to recruit competent persons as project assistants who will coordinate the project activities at the information and resource centers.

Responsibilities for the position

  • Ensure the effective and efficient project implementation as per the plans and expected outputs and outcomes
  • Document activities under the project, successes, best practices, lessons learnt, challenges and recommendations.
  • Ensure effective utilization of resources and accountability
  • Identify and link women traders to markets within and beyond their borders and maintain a database of women traders at the project border.
  • Regularly liaise with the women traders to identify needs and opportunities and source and provide women traders with new information on cross border trade (rules, levies, tariffs etc.)
  • Act as a liaison between the women traders and other stakeholders such as customs officers.
  • Identify and ensure sustainability strategies for the women traders cooperatives beyond the project.
  • Record cases of violence experienced by the women traders and assist in seeking redress and creating awareness.
  • Support in participatory planning processes for implementation of the project
  • Assist the Programme Manager in the preparation of progress reports (quarterly, annual, final) and respond to the queries related to the project.

 Expected minimum qualifications & experience

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Development studies, Political Economy, Social Sciences, Gender and Women’s Rights and any other related field.
  • Comprehensive understanding of the social, economic, political and geographical structures in the different countries, where EASSI is working.
  • Over two years’ experience in working on gender, women’s rights and women’s economic empowerment.
  • Demonstrable experience of producing high-quality, credible and learning-focused project results
  • Ability to produce timely, analytical and results-based reports
  • Experience working with NGOs is an added advantage.

 Skills and Attitude

  • Demonstrated understanding of project management (including project cycle, logical framework and participatory monitoring)
  • Proven knowledge of Result Based Monitoring System
  • Proven experience in qualitative and quantitative research and analytical skills
  • Knowledge and experience in data software and management systems is an advantage
  • A flexible and good team player
  • Excellent communication skills (spoken, written and listening)
  • Good at time management
  • Willing and able to work with minimum supervision, reliable and punctual
  • Must be willing to travel extensively within and outside the region as may be required.
  • Must be an excellent team player with networking abilities
  • Knowledge of the host community language is an added advantage

Reporting Line/Communication

The project assistant will directly report to the Programme Manager, Gender and Economic Justice. She/he will work closely with other staff in the department and EASSI; with other stakeholders, implementing agencies, and development partners.

Duty Station

The successful candidate will be based at Elegu/Nimule border with regular travel to the EASSI secretariat in Kampala and within the region.

Application procedures

Full applications including; Motivational cover letter, Copy of CV with 3 updated contact details of referees and copies of educational certificates must be provided – in PDF format to EASSI by November 18th 2021 at 5:30p.m, Eastern Africa Time (EAT) +0300 UTC. NO IMAGES. Applications should strictly be submitted by email to vacancies@eassi.org and copied to sheila.kawamara@eassi.org. They MUST NOT exceed 5MB.

NOTE: Please use the title of the job vacancy as the subject line via email and indicate the border point which you are applying for.

Given the COVID-19 pandemic hand-delivered applications will not be accepted. All applications will be done online. If the current situation persists, interviews could also be done online.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted!

EASSI has a fair and just recruitment procedure, where equal opportunity is given to all potential candidates from all the countries where EASSI works.

 

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VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR PROJECT ASSISTANTS – MALABA AND MUTUKULA BORDERS

Posted June 4, 2021

MALABA

Job Vacancy: Project Assistant

Duty Station: Malaba

Programme: Gender and Economic Justice

Reports to: Programme Manager Gender and Economic Justice

Contract duration: One-year, renewable

 

About the Organisation

 EASSI was formed in 1996 following the Second Eastern African Post Beijing Forum held in Kampala, Uganda, as a sub-regional, civil society led mechanism that would sustain the gains made during the Beijing process by monitoring the implementation of the Beijing Platform of Action (PFA) and other regional and global gender frameworks. The overall objective of EASSI is to facilitate linkages, collaboration, networking and information sharing between the different actors and stakeholders in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the African and Beijing Platforms for Action within the Eastern African Sub-region and other regional, continental and global commitments. EASSI’s strategic objectives are set around strengthening linkages, information sharing, advocacy, capacity building and monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of the policy commitments at the national and regional levels. EASSI works with networks of women’s organisations in each of the 9 member countries (Burundi, Ethiopia, Eretria, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda). Over the past two decades, EASSI has implemented a number of political and economic empowerment programmes using the Human Rights Framework and has developed capabilities of women across the region to gather, analyse, document and disseminate national, regional and international information on women’s rights and gender equality in order to inform and engage policy making processes nationally, regionally and globally.

About the project

 EASSI is implementing a project, Making Trade Work for Women, with an overall goal of improving the social and economic empowerment of women traders in Eastern Africa. In particular; the project will contribute towards attaining an improved environment (policy/regulatory/institutional reforms) that facilitates women in trade in Eastern Africa; increasing the participation of women in Eastern Africa in formal trade and Enhancing the Prevention of and response to gender-based violence and harassment by targeted women traders in Eastern Africa. EASSI has established information and resource centers at the borders where the project is being implemented and is seeking to recruit competent persons as project assistants who will coordinate the project activities at the information and resource centers.

Responsibilities for the position

  • Ensure the effective and efficient project implementation as per the plans and expected outputs and outcomes
  • Document activities under the project, successes, best practices, lessons learnt, challenges and recommendations.
  • Ensure effective utilization of resources and accountability
  • Identify and link women traders to markets within and beyond their borders and maintain a database of women traders at the project border.
  • Regularly liaise with the women traders to identify needs and opportunities and source and provide women traders with new information on cross border trade (rules, levies, tariffs etc.)
  • Act as a liaison between the women traders and other stakeholders such as customs officers.
  • Identify and ensure sustainability strategies for the women traders cooperatives beyond the project.
  • Record cases of violence experienced by the women traders and assist in seeking redress and creating awareness.
  • Support in participatory planning processes for implementation of the project
  • Assist the Programme Manager in the preparation of progress reports (quarterly, annual, final) and respond to the queries related to the project.

 Expected minimum qualifications & experience

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Development studies, Political Economy, Social Sciences, Gender and Women’s Rights and any other related field.
  • Comprehensive understanding of the social, economic, political and geographical structures in the different countries, where EASSI is working.
  • Over two years’ experience in working on gender, women’s rights and women’s economic empowerment.
  • Demonstrable experience of producing high-quality, credible and learning-focused project results
  • Ability to produce timely, analytical and results-based reports
  • Experience working with NGOs is an added advantage.

 Skills and Attitude

  • Demonstrated understanding of project management (including project cycle, logical framework and participatory monitoring)
  • Proven knowledge of Result Based Monitoring System
  • Proven experience in qualitative and quantitative research and analytical skills
  • Knowledge and experience in data software and management systems is an advantage
  • A flexible and good team player
  • Excellent communication skills (spoken, written and listening)
  • Good at time management
  • Willing and able to work with minimum supervision, reliable and punctual
  • Must be willing to travel extensively within and outside the region as may be required.
  • Must be an excellent team player with networking abilities
  • English is the official communication language and knowledge of the host community language is an added advantage.
  • Basic Swahili knowledge is a requirement.

Reporting Line/Communication

The project assistant will directly report to the Programme Manager, Gender and Economic Justice. She/he will work closely with other staff in the department and EASSI; with other stakeholders, implementing agencies, and development partners.

Duty Station

The successful candidate will be based at the project border point of Malaba with regular travel to the EASSI secretariat in Kampala and within the region.

Application procedures

Full applications including; Motivational cover letter, Copy of CV with 3 updated contact details of referees and copies of educational certificates must be provided to EASSI by 20th June 2021 at 5:30p.m, Eastern Africa Time (EAT) +0300 UTC. Applications should strictly be submitted by email to vacancies@eassi.org and copied to sheila.kawamara@eassi.org.

 NOTE: Please use the title of the job vacancy as the subject line via email and indicate the border point of Malaba.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted!

EASSI has a fair and just recruitment procedure, where equal opportunity is given to all potential candidates from all the countries where EASSI works.

 

MUTUKULA

Job Vacancy: Project Assistant

Duty Station: Mutukula

Programme: Gender and Economic Justice

Reports to: Programme Manager Gender and Economic Justice

Contract duration: One-year, renewable

 

About the Organisation

 EASSI was formed in 1996 following the Second Eastern African Post Beijing Forum held in Kampala, Uganda, as a sub-regional, civil society led mechanism that would sustain the gains made during the Beijing process by monitoring the implementation of the Beijing Platform of Action (PFA) and other regional and global gender frameworks. The overall objective of EASSI is to facilitate linkages, collaboration, networking and information sharing between the different actors and stakeholders in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the African and Beijing Platforms for Action within the Eastern African Sub-region and other regional, continental and global commitments. EASSI’s strategic objectives are set around strengthening linkages, information sharing, advocacy, capacity building and monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of the policy commitments at the national and regional levels. EASSI works with networks of women’s organisations in each of the 9 member countries (Burundi, Ethiopia, Eretria, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda). Over the past two decades, EASSI has implemented a number of political and economic empowerment programmes using the Human Rights Framework and has developed capabilities of women across the region to gather, analyse, document and disseminate national, regional and international information on women’s rights and gender equality in order to inform and engage policy making processes nationally, regionally and globally.

About the project

EASSI is implementing a project, Making Trade Work for Women, with an overall goal of improving the social and economic empowerment of women traders in Eastern Africa. In particular; the project will contribute towards attaining an improved environment (policy/regulatory/institutional reforms) that facilitates women in trade in Eastern Africa; increasing the participation of women in Eastern Africa in formal trade and Enhancing the Prevention of and response to gender-based violence and harassment by targeted women traders in Eastern Africa. EASSI has established information and resource centers at the borders where the project is being implemented and is seeking to recruit competent persons as project assistants who will coordinate the project activities at the information and resource centers.

Responsibilities for the position

  • Ensure the effective and efficient project implementation as per the plans and expected outputs and outcomes
  • Document activities under the project, successes, best practices, lessons learnt, challenges and recommendations.
  • Ensure effective utilization of resources and accountability
  • Identify and link women traders to markets within and beyond their borders and maintain a database of women traders at the project border.
  • Regularly liaise with the women traders to identify needs and opportunities and source and provide women traders with new information on cross border trade (rules, levies, tariffs etc.)
  • Act as a liaison between the women traders and other stakeholders such as customs officers.
  • Identify and ensure sustainability strategies for the women traders cooperatives beyond the project.
  • Record cases of violence experienced by the women traders and assist in seeking redress and creating awareness.
  • Support in participatory planning processes for implementation of the project
  • Assist the Programme Manager in the preparation of progress reports (quarterly, annual, final) and respond to the queries related to the project.

 Expected minimum qualifications & experience

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Development studies, Political Economy, Social Sciences, Gender and Women’s Rights and any other related field.
  • Comprehensive understanding of the social, economic, political and geographical structures in the different countries, where EASSI is working.
  • Over two years’ experience in working on gender, women’s rights and women’s economic empowerment.
  • Demonstrable experience of producing high-quality, credible and learning-focused project results
  • Ability to produce timely, analytical and results-based reports
  • Experience working with NGOs is an added advantage.

 Skills and Attitude

  • Demonstrated understanding of project management (including project cycle, logical framework and participatory monitoring)
  • Proven knowledge of Result Based Monitoring System
  • Proven experience in qualitative and quantitative research and analytical skills
  • Knowledge and experience in data software and management systems is an advantage
  • A flexible and good team player
  • Excellent communication skills (spoken, written and listening)
  • Good at time management
  • Willing and able to work with minimum supervision, reliable and punctual
  • Must be willing to travel extensively within and outside the region as may be required.
  • Must be an excellent team player with networking abilities
  • English is the official communication language and knowledge of the host community language is an added advantage.
  • Basic Swahili knowledge is a requirement.

Reporting Line/Communication

The project assistant will directly report to the Programme Manager, Gender and Economic Justice. She/he will work closely with other staff in the department and EASSI; with other stakeholders, implementing agencies, and development partners.

Duty Station

The successful candidate will be based at the project border point of Mutukula with regular travel to the EASSI secretariat in Kampala and within the region.

Application procedures

Full applications including; Motivational cover letter, Copy of CV with 3 updated contact details of referees and copies of educational certificates must be provided to EASSI by 20th June 2021 at 5:30p.m, Eastern Africa Time (EAT) +0300 UTC. Applications should strictly be submitted by email to vacancies@eassi.org and copied to sheila.kawamara@eassi.org.

NOTE: Please use the title of the job vacancy as the subject line via email and indicate the border point of Mutukula.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted!

EASSI has a fair and just recruitment procedure, where equal opportunity is given to all potential candidates from all the countries where EASSI works.

 

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VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR PROJECT ASSISTANTS (8)

Posted April 13, 2020

Job Vacancy: Project Assistants

Duty Station: Mutukula, Malaba, Goli, Taveta, Elegu, Busia, Isebania and Lunga Lunga

Programme: Gender and Economic Justice

Reports to: Programme Manager Gender and Economic Justice

Contract duration: One-year, renewable

About the Organisation

EASSI was formed in 1996 following the Second Eastern African Post Beijing Forum held in Kampala, Uganda, as a sub-regional, civil society led mechanism that would sustain the gains made during the Beijing process by monitoring the implementation of the Beijing Platform of Action (PFA) and other regional and global gender frameworks. The overall objective of EASSI is to facilitate linkages, collaboration, networking and information sharing between the different actors and stakeholders in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the African and Beijing Platforms for Action within the Eastern African Sub-region and other regional, continental and global commitments. EASSI’s strategic objectives are set around strengthening linkages, information sharing, advocacy, capacity building and monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of the policy commitments at the national and regional levels. EASSI works with networks of women’s organisations in each of the 9 member countries (Burundi, Ethiopia, Eretria, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda). Over the past two decades, EASSI has implemented a number of political and economic empowerment programmes using the Human Rights Framework and has developed capabilities of women across the region to gather, analyse, document and disseminate national, regional and international information on women’s rights and gender equality in order to inform and engage policy making processes nationally, regionally and globally.

About the project

With support from Trade Mark East Africa (TMEA), EASSI is implementing a project, Making Trade Work for Women, with an overall goal of improving the social and economic empowerment of women traders in Eastern Africa. In particular; the project will contribute towards attaining an improved environment (policy/regulatory/institutional reforms) that facilitates women in trade in Eastern Africa; increasing the participation of women in Eastern Africa in formal trade and Enhancing the Prevention of and response to gender-based violence and harassment by targeted women traders in Eastern Africa. EASSI has established information and resource centers at the borders where the project is being implemented and is seeking to recruit competent persons as project assistants who will coordinate the project activities at the information and resource centers.

Responsibilities for the position

  • Ensure the effective and efficient project implementation as per the plans and expected outputs and outcomes
  • Document activities under the project, successes, best practices, lessons learnt, challenges and recommendations.
  • Ensure effective utilization of resources and accountability
  • Identify and link women traders to markets within and beyond their borders and maintain a database of women traders at the project border.
  • Regularly liaise with the women traders to identify needs and opportunities and source and provide women traders with new information on cross border trade (rules, levies, tariffs etc.)
  • Act as a liaison between the women traders and other stakeholders such as customs officers.
  • Identify and ensure sustainability strategies for the women traders cooperatives beyond the project.
  • Record cases of violence experienced by the women traders and assist in seeking redress and creating awareness.
  • Support in participatory planning processes for implementation of the project
  • Assist the Programme Manager in the preparation of progress reports (quarterly, annual, final) and respond to the queries related to the project.

Expected minimum qualifications & experience

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Development studies, Political Economy, Social Sciences, Gender and Women’s Rights and any other related field.
  • Comprehensive understanding of the social, economic, political and geographical structures in the different countries, where EASSI is working.
  • Over two years’ experience in working on gender, women’s rights and women’s economic empowerment.
  • Demonstrable experience of producing high-quality, credible and learning-focused project results
  • Ability to produce timely, analytical and results-based reports
  • Experience working with NGOs is an added advantage.

Skills and Attitude

  • Demonstrated understanding of project management (including project cycle, logical framework and participatory monitoring)
  • Proven knowledge of Result Based Monitoring System
  • Proven experience in qualitative and quantitative research and analytical skills
  • Knowledge and experience in data software and management systems is an advantage
  • A flexible and good team player
  • Excellent communication skills (spoken, written and listening)
  • Good at time management
  • Willing and able to work with minimum supervision, reliable and punctual
  • Must be willing to travel extensively within and outside the region as may be required.
  • Must be an excellent team player with networking abilities
  • Knowledge of the host community language is an added advantage

Reporting Line/Communication

The project assistant will directly report to the Programme Manager, Gender and Economic Justice. She/he will work closely with other staff in the department and EASSI; with other stakeholders, implementing agencies, and development partners.

Duty Station

The successful candidate will be based at the project border point with regular travel to the EASSI secretariat in Kampala and within the region. The project will be implemented at Busia Uganda/Busia Kenya, Malaba Uganda /Malaba Kenya, Mutukula/Gisenyi, Goli/Mahagi, Elegu/Nimule, Lunga Lunga (Kenya and Tanzania), Taveta/Holili, Isebania/Sirari, Kobero/Kabanga, Namanga Kenya/Namanga/Tanzania.

Application procedures

Full applications including; Motivational cover letter, Copy of CV with 3 updated contact details of referees and copies of educational certificates must be provided to EASSI by 30th April 2020 at 5:30p.m, Eastern Africa Time (EAT) +0300 UTC. Applications should strictly be submitted by email to vacancies@eassi.org and copied to sheila.kawamara@eassi.org. They MUST NOT exceed 5MB.

Please do not include Image attachments.

 NOTE: Please use the title of the job vacancy as the subject line via email and indicate the border point which you are applying for.

Given the COVID-19 pandemic hand-delivered applications will not be accepted. All applications will be done on line and if the current situation persists, interviews will also be done online.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted!

EASSI has a fair and just recruitment procedure, where equal opportunity is given to all potential candidates from all the countries where EASSI works.

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JOB VACANCY: PROJECT OFFICER

Posted February 24, 2020

Duty Station: EASSI Secretariat, Kampala, Uganda

Programme: Gender and Economic Justice

Reports to:  Programme Manager Gender and Economic Justice

1. About the Organisation

EASSI was formed in 1996 following the Second Eastern African Post Beijing Forum held in Kampala, Uganda, as a sub-regional, civil society led mechanism that would sustain the gains made during the Beijing process by monitoring the implementation of the Beijing Platform of Action (PFA) and other regional and global gender frameworks. The overall objective of EASSI is to facilitate linkages, collaboration, networking and information sharing between the different actors and stakeholders in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the African and Beijing Platforms for Action within the Eastern African Sub-region and other regional, continental and global commitments. EASSI’s strategic objectives are set around strengthening linkages, information sharing, advocacy, capacity building and monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of the policy commitments at the national and regional levels. EASSI works with networks of women’s organisations in each of the 9 member countries (Burundi, Ethiopia, Eretria, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda). Over the past two decades, EASSI has implemented a number of political and economic empowerment programmes using the Human Rights Framework and has developed capabilities of women across the region to gather, analyse, document and disseminate national, regional and international, information on women’s rights and gender equality in order to inform and engage policy making processes nationally, regionally and globally.

EASSI has established a fair and just recruitment procedure, where equal opportunity is given to all potential candidates from all the countries where EASSI works.

2. About the project

In its Strategic Plan, 2019 – 2023, EASSI will work closely with its members and partners to advocate for the formulation, implementation, and monitoring of gender responsive trade policies, laws and regulations at the national, regional and international level. EASSI will collaborate with the East African Community (EAC) and the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) in the review of policies, laws, procedures, regulations and rules on regional trade, economic and customs and immigration so as to enable increased participation of women in regional trade and the development of women owned small, medium and large enterprises. EASSI will continuously engage with the Regional Economic Communities (RECs) in order to ensure that women entrepreneurs and women cross border traders access trade information, research, documentation and capacity building initiatives in order to equitably access national, regional and international markets and effectively participate in trade negotiations at different levels. We will also contribute to the strengthening of the capacity of our members and partners to advocate for the elimination of the non-tariff barriers to trade at the regional and international levels; for tax justice; gender mainstreaming in national economic processes; economic policy formulation; gender budgeting initiatives and lobby against illicit financial flows.

3. Responsibilities for the position include:

  • Ensure effective and efficient project implementation as per the plans and expected outputs and outcomes.
  • Document all activities under the project, successes, best practices, lessons learnt, challenges and recommendations.
  • Develop policy documents i.e. policy briefs and newsletters in respect to the project.
  • Ensure effective utilization of resources and accountability.
  • Support  in participatory planning processes for implementation of the project.
  • Assist  Programme Manager  in  the preparation  of  progress  reports  (quarterly,  annual,  final) and respond to the queries related to project.
  • Develop project documents and proposals.
  • Participate in the mobilization of resources for the projects.
  • Other responsibilities assigned by the Programme Manager and Executive Director.

4. Expected qualifications & experience

A Degree in either Development studies, Economics, Political Economy, Social Sciences, Gender and Women’s Rights and any other related field. Masters in any of the mentioned field will be of added advantage.

Comprehensive understanding of the social, economic, political and geographical structures of the Greater Horn and Eastern Africa
Over 5 years’ experience in working on gender, women’s rights, women’s economic empowerment and regional governance
Demonstrable experience of producing high-quality, credible and learning-focused project results
Ability to produce timely, analytical and concise reports

5. Skills and Attitude

  • Demonstrated understanding of project management (including project cycle, logical framework and participatory monitoring)
  • Proven knowledge of Result Based Monitoring System
  • Proven experience in qualitative and quantitative research and analytical skills
  • Knowledge and experience in data software and management systems is an advantage
  • A flexible and good team player
  • Excellent communication skills (spoken and written)  and time management
  • Willing to work with minimum supervision, reliable and punctual
  • Must be willing to travel extensively within and outside the region as may be required.
  • Must be an excellent team player with networking abilities

6. Reporting Line/Communication

The project officer will report to the Programme Manager, Gender and Economic Justice and work closely with other staff in the department and organization; other stakeholders, implementing agencies, and the development partners.

7. Place of Work

The EASSI Secretariat is located at Plot 3565, Kulambiro – Kisaasi, Opp. Ntinda View College. The applicant should be ready and willing to travel extensively across the region where the project will be implemented.

8. Application procedures

Full applications including; Motivational cover letter, Copy of CV with 3 updated contact details of referees and copies of educational certificates must be provided to EASSI by 30th November 2019 at 5:30p.m, Eastern Africa Time (EAT) +0300 UTC. Applications should strictly be submitted by email to vacancies@eassi.org and copied to sheila.kawamara@eassi.org. They MUST NOT exceed 5MB.

NOTE: Please use the title of the job vacancy you are applying for as the subject line via email.

Hand delivered applications can also be sent to our Offices in Kisaasi-Kulambiro. Please indicate the title of the job vacancy you have applied for on the left top corner of the application envelope addressed to:

The Executive Director,

Eastern African Sub Regional Support Initiative for the Advancement of Women, EASSI

Plot 3565, Next to Ntinda View College

P.O. Box 24965, Kampala, Uganda.

Only short listed candidates will be contacted through the organisation contact +256 393 266 451

ANY KIND OF LOBBYING IS NOT ACCEPTED!

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