Internship Positions – Oakwood Interns Program
- Statistics, No of Positions: 4
- Public Health, No of Positions: 6
- Social Works and Social Administration, No of Positions: 6
- Healthcare and Nutrition, No of Positions: 3
- Finance & Accounting, No of Positions: 5
- Education, No of Positions: 6
- Community Development, No of Positions: 5
- Communication, No of Positions: 5
- Child Rights and Child Development, No of Positions: 4
- Agriculture, No of Positions: 7
Location: Busia, Bujiri, Lunyo, Busitema, Mbale, Butaleja.
Opening Type: Internship January – March
About World Vision
Oakwood Interns Program: World Vision Uganda seeks to address causes and effects of poverty through development, relief and advocacy. Over 128,633 registered children have benefitted to date from World Vision Uganda’s work. World Vision Uganda is able to provide educational support, construct and equip schools and health centers, train health workers and farmers, participate in advocacy campaigns, distribute improved crop varieties and animal breeds, and provide clean and safe water.
About Oakwood Interns Program
Oakwood Interns Program was founded in 2015 to bridge the gap between young professionals and employers in Uganda. The mission of the Oakwood Interns’ program is to provide a platform through which educated youths can attain professional skills and relevant work experience in order to competently and confidently enter the formal job market and self-employment.
Our overall goal is to enhance youth employability in Uganda through strategic trainee placements that match the knowledge, skills and passions of our youth members.
Oakwood works in partnership with multiple program employers in Uganda in order to place educated youths into suitable internships, graduate trainee positions and entry level positions within those companies. Oakwood also provides temporary employees to program employers basing on the needs of the employment organisation.
Temporary employment is a working arrangement where the employee is only expected to remain in the position for a certain period of time. These employees fulfil all the functions of regular employees and can help during increases in demand. Oakwood is also developing a technical resource pool of professionals who will be on call to provide temporary employment services. This is the first phase of recruitment into the resource pool.
About the Position:
The intern will provide support under programmes with the guidance of a supervisor.
Must be a student pursuing a Bachelors’ Degree in the relevant fields.
• Creative and innovative
• Must be highly disciplined, enthusiastic and committed
• Energetic and eager to work and learn
• Honest and respectful to colleagues and community
• Pays attention to detail
• Good time management
• Willing to work in teams and cooperate with a diverse network of people
THE INTERN WILL BE REQUIRED TO DEVELOP AND SUBMIT A COMPREHENSIVE INTERNSHIP REPORT IN LINE WITH THE REPORTING GUIDELINES I.E. DAILY ACTIVITY TIME SHEET SUBMITTED EVERY FORTNIGHT AND THE END OF PLACEMENT REPORT
How to apply:
All applications should be made using the Oakwood Interns Program CV Application Format customized for World Vision Interns. Only CVs submitted in this format will be accepted.
Click the link below to know more about the World Vision Internship Program and to download the CV Application form. worldvision.oakwoodinterns.co.ug
How to contact us:
Follow instructions carefully on how to fill and submit your application to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also contact us via the above email and we shall be happy to send you the CV form.
Applicants who have submitted all the required academic documents, recommendation letters and have qualified to move on to the Employability Profiling phase will be contacted by the Oakwood Team via telephone and email.
All placements by the Oakwood Interns Program are made under the principles of merit and non-discrimination.
CLOSE OF APPLICATION: Sunday, 03rd December, 2017.