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Friday, July 7, 2017

Project Manager Job at Plan International - Career Opportunity in Uganda

Vacancy title:
Project Manager

Jobs at:
Plan International

Deadline of this Job:
Friday, 21st July 2017

Duty Station:
Kampala, Uganda

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Job details:
Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian not for profit organization that advances children's rights and equality for girls for over 80 years across the globe. We strive for a just world’ that advances the rights of all children, particularly girls. Plan International Uganda started its operations in 1992 and currently has diversified programme portfolio in the Central, Eastern, Northern and West Nile regions.
Working together with children, young people, communities, government and partners, we drive changes in practice and policy at local, national and global levels using our reach, experience and knowledge.
Plan International Uganda is an equal opportunity employer currently seeking to recruit a competent person to fill the position:
Project Manager- Girls’ Advocacy Alliance (GAA):
Kampala
Reporting to the Country Manager Advocacy and Influencing, the Project Manager will be directly responsible to manage the Dutch Framework project “The Girls Advocacy Alliance". He/she will ensure the quality and timely planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting of the project while ensuring adequate support is provided to the implementing partners.

Job application procedure
Qualified candidates should submit letters of application together with Curriculum Vitae, not later than Friday, 21st July 2017. This should not exceed (2MB).
Qualified female candidates are encouraged to Apply.
For full details of the job profile and how to apply please visit this link: http://bit.ly/2tPseq 
Note: The link is case sensitive.
Further inquiries, please address them to: Country Human Resources and Organizational Development Manager, Plan International Uganda, Email: ugnda.recruitment@plan-international.org
As a child rights organization, all potential candidates will be required to provide information confirming whether or not they have ever been convicted of any child abuse crimes.