Heritage International School Jobs – 2 Part Time Drama & Art Teaching Jobs

Heritage International School Jobs

Job Titles:

  • Drama Teacher (part-time),
  • Secondary Art Teacher (part-time)

About us:

Heritage International School Jobs: We are a dynamic Christian school serving a diverse group of families from a wide variety of cultural and faith backgrounds. We are fully accredited with Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and Middle States Association of Schools and Colleges (MSA). We follow the North American based curriculum for Language & Math and the IPC curriculum for Social Studies and Science in Elementary. Our Secondary School is based on students working towards attainment of our High School Diploma and writing their SAT and or AP exams for universities in North America and beyond.

Job summary

We are always looking for qualified Christian teachers willing to join us in our effort to provide a world-class education in a distinctly Christian environment.

International teachers receive a modest monthly salary plus some additional benefits.  Please inquire for further detials.

During the school year teachers also have opportunities to see some of the rich cultural and natural diversity of East Africa (and maybe beyond).

We welcome seasoned teachers who can take a one year sabbatical.  For teachers with less than 8 years of experience, priority will be given to those able to commit to a two-year contract.


  • Enthusiastic and growing Christian with the heart of a missionary
  • Strong academic credentials with valid teaching certification
  • Two years relevant experience preferred
  • International experience preferred, but not required
  • Two year commitment preferred

How to apply:

Currently, applications are being accepted for teaching vacancies for the 2017-2018 school year, to start in August 2017. Please complete the application form, and submit a CV or Resume along with a copy of your teaching credentials to hr@heritage.co.ug and we will begin the interview process. We are looking for internationally qualified and experienced candidates. Certified teachers only please.

Click here to download the application form 

Heritage International School Jobs – 2 Part Time Drama & Art Teaching Jobs


Delhi Public School International Uganda Teaching Jobs – Kindergarten Teachers

Delhi Public School International Uganda Teaching Jobs

Vacancy title: Kindergarten Teachers

Jobs at: Delhi Public School International

Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda

About us:

Delhi Public School International, established in 2015, is a name to reckon with, a landmark in every sense of the word and an epitome of good education and discipline. The school was officially opened on October 31st, 2015 by the education minister Maj. (Rtd) Jesca Alupo. The school currently has 750 students.


  • Trained Graduate with Certificate of Education.
  • Diploma in Primary Education/U.A.C.E
  • Excellent Communication Skills and Subject Knowledge.
  • Minimum Two Years of Experience is Mandatory for all the posts.
  • Age limit: Not more than 30 Years.

Job application procedure
Interested candidates can send submit their CV with photo on or before 05/4/2017
Email: hr@rupareliagroup.com  / principalacademics@dpsuganda.com

Deadline of this Job: 05/4/2017

Delhi Public School International Uganda Teaching Jobs – Kindergarten Teachers


Fresher Laboratory Technician Job – Uganda Martyrs University

Duty Station: Nkozi, Uganda

Job details:
Uganda Martyrs University (UMU) is a faith-based private, not-for-profit University owned by the Episcopal Conference of Catholic Bishops of Uganda. it is set to host the World Bank Center of Excellence in Agro-ecology and Livelihood Systems (ACALISE). The Center is looking for self motivated, dynamic and ethically upright people to fill a number of positions based at its main office at the Faculty of Agriculture, Nkozi.

Remuneration: Attractive package

Key duties and responsibilities
To oversee the general smooth running of the Laboratory but more specifically:

  • Assist students and Faculty to perform laboratory tests;
  • Preparing specimens and samples;
  • Constructing, maintaining and operating standard laboratory equipment;
  • Ensuring the laboratory is well-stocked and resourced;
  • Recording and sometimes interpreting results to present to senior colleagues;
  • Following and ensuring strict safety procedures and safety checks in the Laboratory
  • Produce periodic reports on performance and safety of the Laboratory.

Qualification and experience

  • A Bachelors of Science in Laboratory Technology or a Diploma in Laboratory Technology with a B.Sc. in Chemistry or Biological field from a recognized institution.
  • Three years‘ experience in an institutional Laboratory is essential.
  • The Job requires a very active well motivated and knowledgeable person with good interpersonal skills and flexible work programme.
  • The right candidate should be able and willing to be trained in modern Laboratory methods and handling of modern equipment including Biotechnology appliances.

Job application procedure
All applications should reach the Director, Human Resources by 31st January, 2017. Applications for each position must be accompanied with an up-to-date C.V, copies of relevant documents (certificates and awards), a current day telephone contact and email address.
For more information, visit our website on www.umu.ac.ug

Applications should be addressed to:
Director, Human Resources
Uganda Martyrs University
P.0. Box 5498, Kampala

Deadline of this Job: 31st January, 2017


Several Fresher Project Assistants (Education) – Build Africa

About us
Build Africa is an International NGO that has been operational in Uganda since 1996. Build Africa Uganda (BAU) programmes focus on Education and Livelihood improvement. ‘ BALI currently works in 13 districts with its field programs coordinated through two Area offices located in Kumi and Masindi. Build Africa invites applicants from suitably qualified candidates for the following primary education school focused projects.

Project Assistant-Education (2 posts)
Station: Kumi and Masindi
Duration; Fixed term – 12 months
Purpose of the position:

The Project Assistant is responsible for project activity implementation to include school and community mobilization, training, community partnership liaison, data capture and reporting. S/he will contribute to the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) function and will report to the Project Officer.
Person Specifications –

  • Proven experience in community mobilization approaches
  • Proven experience and technical knowledge of managing community based projects Knowledge in data collection approaches,
    methocls”-and tools
  • Relevant degree (Education, Development Studies, Social work and Community based development with at least 2 years related work experience on development projects, preferably with an INGO.
  • Experience of direct working -with communities and children
  • Awareness of Child Safeguarding issues
  • A person of high integrity that will follow BAU’s core values and adhere to a zero tolerance on waste and corruption.


  • Experience of organising and supporting the facilitation of training sessions
  • Organised with strong attention to detail for accuracy
  • Effective communication and listening skills.
  • Willing to speak up and proactively raise issues ‘
  • Good report writing and computer skills 5 including Microsoft Excel and Word.
  • Ability to ride a motor cycle with a valid riding permit
  • A good team player who shows creativity 3 and innovation.
  • Ability to work with minimum supervision. .
  • Ability to work under sometimes harsh field Conditions

Job application procedure
Your CV/resume should include your contact information and 3 work-related references.
You should clearly state your current salary and expectations
Build Africa Uganda is an equal employer, we therefore encourage female and people with disabilities to apply. Please note; All post require The use of motorcycles.
Send to:
The Human Resources Officer
Kampala and Email us at recruit@build-africauganda.org
Physically submit applications to the address below; Build Africa Uganda~ Kampala (Head Office), Plot 5431 8424, Central Zone, Off Gaba Road, P.O. Box 57224 Kampala. Tel: 0414 267828
Build Africa Uganda
Kumi, Plot 28 Liang Road, PO. BOX 350 Kumi. Tel 0392769648 Build Africa Uganda — Masindi, P.O. Box 66, Plot Kabalega Crescent, Masindi, Tel: 0465420171

Deadline for applications — 14th November 2016

Only Shortlisted Candidates will be contacted for more information, you can visit our website www.build-africa.org


Fresher ICT Assistant Job – Makerere University Joint AIDS Program (MJAP)

MJAP Uganda Jobs

Duty Station: Mbarara, Uganda

Reports to: Administrative Officer

About US:

Makerere University Joint AIDS Program (MJAP) is a Company limited by guarantee under Makerere University. MJAP emerged from the Mulago-Mbarara Teaching Hospitals Joint AIDS Program (MJAP) which was established in November 2004 under the then Makerere University Faculty of Medicine with funding from the US President’s Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and technical assistance from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). MJAP is currently implementing a five year Grant under the Presidential Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief II (PEPFAR II) supporting the provision of comprehensive HIV/AIDS services including integration of these services in the broader health context in line with the Global Health Initiative (GHI) while strengthening all the Health System Components in the partner institutions to enhance their capacity to provide these services.

Job Summary: The ICT Assistant will mainly manage the day – to- day operations of Mbarara ICT infrastructure through configuration, implementation and maintenance of ICT equipment in line with the ProgramICT policies.

Key Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • In charge of installing, maintaining and repairing hardware and software
  • Responsible for testing and evaluating new technology and supporting newapplications and users.
  • Implement network security measures to protect data, software and hardware.
  • Troubleshoot telecom, computer hardware/software and network problems
  • Build staff capacity in usage and consumption of ICT services
  • Provide technical and expertise support to procurement office regarding procurement and disposal of ICT goods and services
  • Implement backup solutions for program data and information
  • The jobholder will provide basic maintenance of the mail server with outlook for users, File Transfer Protocol (FTP) service, and update the servers as per the human resource department
  • Plan, design and implement Local Area Networks (LAN), Wide Area Networks (WAN) and Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN) solutions and keep them in a functional state
  • Conduct periodic maintenance of ICT equipment.
  • Maintaining an up-to-date and consolidated database of all programcomputers and peripherals
  • Website maintenance which will include regular updating of the programwebsites

Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 

  • The ideal candidate must hold a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Telecommunication or its equivalent education from recognized University.
  • A minimum of two years relevant working experience in ICT services
  • Broad knowledge of network design, implementation and administration
  • Knowledge of Linux administration
  • Principles of Information and Communication Technology
  • Up-to-date knowledge of developments in computer hardware, software and systems
  • Broad knowledge of internet systems and operations
  • ICT management and trouble shooting
  • Preventive maintenance of computers and accessories
  • Excellent interpersonal relationship management skills
  • Innovativeness
  • Excellent problem-solving, analytical and evaluative
  • High degree of integrity

How to Apply:

All suitably qualified and interested candidates should email their applications,detailed curriculum vitae and copies of relevant academic documents addressed to: The Human Resource Manager, Makerere University Joint AIDS Program(MJAP) via Email to: hr@mjap.or.ug

Deadline: 20th October, 2016 by 5:00 PM.


Education Field Officer, Integrated Early Childhood Development in refugee & host communities Project – Plan International Uganda

Stationed at: Arua

Reports to: Programme Manager

About us:

Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls.
We believe in the power and potential of every child. But this is often suppressed by poverty, violence, exclusion and discrimination. And it’s girls who are most affected.

Working together with children, young people, our supporters and partners, we strive for a just world, tackling the root causes of the challenges facing girls and all vulnerable children.

We support children’s rights from birth until they reach adulthood. And we enable children to prepare for – and respond to – crises and adversity. We drive changes in practice and policy at local, national and global levels using our reach, experience and knowledge.

Dimensions of Role:
• Member of the Education Team at national level.
• Member of the Programme Team at Programme Unit level.
• Participates in planning, implementation and monitoring of project activities to achieve the set project objectives and targets.
• Directly implements project supported interventions to achieve the set objectives and targets.
• Works closely with the relevant district departments, civil society organisations and community teams to ensure effective coordination and quality delivery of Integrated Early Childhood Development in line with the national frame work and guidelines.

Typical Responsibilities – Key End Results of Position:

Scaling-up of ECCD Interventions and in particular the establishment of the programme team for ECCD Implementation:
• Conducts knowledge and skills gaps among ECCD caregivers/facilitators and other key associated stakeholders and develop capacity building plans to address identified capacity building needs.
• Develops/adapts relevant/appropriate training curriculum for training ECCD caregivers/facilitators, Center Management Committees, Parents Groups and any critical stakeholders associated with ECCD.
• Delivers relevant training for ECCD caregivers/facilitators, Center Management Committees, Parents Groups and any critical stakeholders associated with ECCD to enable them to support appropriate ECCD activities, including sustainability of ECCD interventions.
• Conducts and/or supervises monitors and evaluates relevant training for effectiveness.
• Supports coaching and mentoring of ECCD caregivers/facilitators to enable them to more effectively deliver preschool education activities.
• Provides on-going technical supervision to ECCD caregivers/facilitators and relevant stakeholders to provide quality ECCD emergency response interventions.
• Maintains the database to monitor ECCD children and facilitators and promote capacity building initiatives.
• Provides technical guidance in the establishment of new ECCD centres.
• Recruits, trains and coaches local staff as per guidelines and regulations.
• Supervises local staff and creates a positive and productive working environment.
• Creates and maintains duty schedules.
• Regularly evaluates staff as per guidelines.

ii) Technical support to the Emergency programme in scaling-up of ECCD appropriate parenting and community based programmes:
• Strengthens parents and community engagement in the running and support to ECCD centre and outreach services.
• Mobilises and educates parents and community members to participate in ECCD interventions within the centres and at community level.
• Support the formation, training and operationalisation of strong CFS/ECCD Centre Management Committees for each of the centres.
• Coordinates with all the key partners in the district to enhance mutual support and establish a strong humanitarian networking framework.
• Supports the documentation and sharing of learning, knowledge and experience generated from Plan International Uganda’s Education/ECCD interventions as widely as possible.
• Prepares and submits weekly and monthly reports in writing, including ECCD stock reports , order overviews and asset inventory.

iii) Networking and Coordination Representative of Plan International Uganda in the Education and sometimes Child Protection Working Group meetings in Adjumani district:
• Develops strong and sustainable relationships with local and international NGOs, Government departments and UN bodies involved in Education/ECCD work.
• Coordinates with relevant stakeholders to ensure strong internal programme integration and external programme.
• Keeps abreast of developments within the ECCD field and shares best practices within and outside Plan International Uganda.
• Provides support to Plan International Uganda teams and communities to identify and access resources that will enable them to meet the needs of ECCD children.

iv) Developing of ECCD Fundraising Strategy & tools, writing of proposals for any potential funding opportunities:
• Supports the Emergency Response Team in compiling the concept papers/ proposals of preschool education/ ECCD projects for submission to donors.

Dealing with Problems:
• Spots the solution that will lead to a safe outcome.
• Calming and rationally looking at the problem and envisioning a successful solution.
• Stays focused on positive outcome in situation which is avoidable
• Confronts the problem

Communications and Working Relationships:
• Programme Manager: Direct line-management and appraisal of the Education Field Officer.
• Programme Unit Manager/ERM: For overall management of all activities at the field office level.
• District Education Teams: Technical support in planning and budgeting, implementation and monitoring of project supported Education services.
• Education Technical Lead: As the lead person for the Education team at national level.

Knowledge, Skills, Experience, Attitudes and Behaviour Required to Achieve Role’s Objectives:


• Bachelor’s degree in Education/ECCD
• Demonstrated empathy and positive attitude towards children ages 0-5, their caregivers, and other stakeholders;
• Experience in community development or with NGO.
• Experience of implementing and/or managing programs for children 0-5;
• Experience of managing projects, including project design, monitoring and evaluation (i.e. preparation of documents and reports for external dissemination).
• Experience of and demonstrated ability to effectively network with a diverse range of organisations and government bodies
• Experience of working with refugee communities
• Minimum 2 years of professional humanitarian experience.
• Excellent writing, facilitation, and organisational skills. Prior demonstrated results within the UN system or INGO is an asset. .
• Excellent command of the English language.
• Strong drive for results and ensuring timely delivery of quality products.
• Knowledge on Tackling Inequality and Exclusion

• Ability to ride a motorcycle is a MUST
• Good working knowledge of Microsoft office programmes including MS Excel, MS Word and MS Power Point.
• Strong skills in teamwork and networking.
• Good communication skills (written and oral).
• Excellent skills in documentation and report writing
• Excellent negotiation and influencing skills in multi-cultural contexts
• Ability to generate and interpret financial reports using excel


• Behaves consistently in approach to work and decision-making
• Strongly drives performance forward in area of the business for which they are responsible together with the team
• Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-cultural environment and establish harmonious and effective working relationship
• Conceptual understanding of and commitment to development work in emergency and development context, especially Education/ECCD interventions, child rights, community-based development concepts, approaches and processes;
• Demonstrated understanding of the needs of children ages 0-5, their caregivers, teachers, and local stakeholders;
• Sets a strong learning culture in their part of the organisation
• Remains calm and positive under pressure and in difficult situations
• Aware of impact on others and adjusting own behaviour accordingly

Physical Environment and Demands:
Typical office environment and has to be fluent with the local language specifically Lugbara

Level of Contact with Children:
The incumbent will have often interaction with children especially while in the field.


CPP Responsibilities
• Ability to adhere to the Child Protection Policy, Code of Conduct and reporting any Child Protection Policy (CPP) issues;
• Responsible for the implementation of the CPP standards as they apply to area of responsibility, plus the development of actions to address identified gaps and monitoring their effectiveness.

Sponsorship Commitments Responsibilities
Support the Sponsorship Support Manager to ensure that Plan International Uganda staff effectively understand, implement and meet the 10 sponsorship commitments.

Suitably qualified candidates should submit letters of application, together with a CV, contact telephone numbers, copies of relevant certificates, names and contact details of three references, plus salary history should be included and sent to the undersigned not later than Friday, 30th September 2016. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted. Please consider your application unsuccessful in case you do not hear from us by 30th November 2016.

Qualified female candidates are encouraged to apply.

The Ag. Country Human Resources Manager,
Plan International Uganda
Email: uganda.recruitment@plan-international.org

NB: Only soft copies of applications will be considered and indicate the position you are applying for in the subject line.

As a Child Centred Development organisation, Plan International Uganda strives to ensure that children are kept safe in all the areas we operate. The organisation further has a Child Protection Policy that every staff is required to sign. Potential candidates will be required to provide information confirming whether or not they have ever been convicted of any child abuse crimes.

Deadline: not later than Friday, 30th September 2016