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Sunday, December 2, 2018

15 Project Officers-Psychosocial support Job at War Child Holland ( WCH ) - Career Opportunity in Uganda

Vacancy title:
15 Project Officers -Psychosocial support 

Jobs at:
War Child Holland ( WCH ) 

Deadline of this Job:
9th December 2018

Duty Station:

Date Posted: 30th November 2018 , Base Salary: Not Disclosed , Employment Type: Full-Time

War Child Holland ( WCH ) is an international NGO investing in a peaceful future for children and youth affected by armed conflict. WCH has been working in Uganda since 2004.
WCH is looking for hardworking and enthusiastic people to fill multiple positions as below;
Post: 15 Project Officers-Psychosocial support (West Nile & South western Uganda)
Start date: As soon as possible
Salary range: Ugx gross: 1,541054-2,391,453
Reports to: Senior Project Officer
Contract Duration: 1 Year with possibility extension

The Project Officer will implement Psychosocial Support (PSS) workshops for children and youth in refugee settlements and host community areas in West Nile/South Westem Uganda.
The position involves implementation of the PS8 sessions in collaboration with a volunteer facilitator, ensuring the activities are implemented in compliance with War Child policies and standards; monitoring of activities and reporting on activities implemented and concerns identified.
The detailed job description can be found following the link provided below.
Job application procedure
Qualified and interested candidates should submit their CV and cover letter to the link below. Your application should not exceed 2MB and should not be more than 5 pages. MUST have/attach a valid driving license with A Class.
Deadline for submission for all above positions is 9 December 2018
While we thank all applicants for their interest in working with WCH, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
NB: Please note that filling of the positions is subject to availability of donor funds.
Commitment to the vision and goals of War Child Holland in Uganda, including adherence to the Child Safety Policy, is essential