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Tuesday, June 5, 2018

12 Social Worker Jobs at TPO Uganda - Career Opportunity in Uganda

Vacancy title:
12 Social Worker

Jobs at:
TPO Uganda

Deadline of this Job:
Saturday, June 9, 2018.

Duty Station:
Uganda




JOB DETAILS:
TPO Uganda is a national Ugandan N0n~Govel-nmental Organization that has been operating in Uganda since 1994. TPO-Uganda services are delivered through a community and family-oriented intervention model. We envision a society where communities enjoy mental health and socio-economic wellbeing. TPO Uganda has received a grant from UNWOMEN to support our South Sudan refugee program. We are now looking for focused and self-reliant individuals to fill the positions of; 
 
Position: Social Workers (12 Field based)
The Social Worker will be responsible for delivering all planned interventions to communities targeted in these districts. You will ensure that you leave behind a strong child protection system in the location where you will be working. You will w0rk in children friendly spaces; conduct home visits, as well as case management. You will receive additional training in delivery of advanced psychosocial interventions, child protection and working in the areas of preventing violence against children. Must have a degree in Social Sciences, SWSA or Community psychology. Additional trainings in child protection and psychosocial support an added advantage. Must have at least 2-3 years’ experience.

Job application procedure
Please send your CV and cover letter with 3 works related referees and a table showing your past 3 year salary history to: Human Resources and Administration Manager, TPO Uganda, Plot 3271, Kananga, Opposite Kampala International University, Off Ggaba Road, P.O. Box 21646, Kampala, Uganda or Hand delivered Or e-mail to the following addresses: Email: info@tpoug.org Deadline: Saturday, June 9, 2018. Only persons meeting these specifications should apply. Female candidates are in particular encouraged to apply. Applicants who are not contacted by June 25, 2018 should consider themselves unsuccessful.