EXCITING CAREER OPPORTUNITIES.
1.Project Officer- Busia/Tororo
Title: Project Officer
Duty Station: Tororo/Busia
Contract Type: Short-Term/temporary
Project Duration: 5 Months
Reports to: Programs Manager
About the SRHR Alliance Uganda.
The Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Alliance Uganda (SRHR Alliance Uganda)
is a consortium of organizations that stand for and work to ensure that All adolescents
and young people have EQUAL access to SRHR services and information in supportive
and violence free environment. The Alliance was founded to strengthen partnerships and
synergies among to advance and promote the e needs of the different groups of
adolescents and young people. We are formally registered as a Non-Government
Organization (NGO) and as a Non-Profit Company limited by guarantee with mandate to
operate nationwide. The Alliance is also part of network of six (6) other country SRHR
Alliances in Kenya, Malawi, Ethiopian, Ghana, Indonesia and Pakistan.
The Alliance, with funding from the International Development Law Organization
(IDLO) is implementing a project in Bukedi Sub-region focusing enhancing access to
justice for SGBV survivors among adolescent girls and young women. This project is
being implemented in Busia, Tororo and Butaleja.
It is on this basis that the SRHR Alliance Uganda is seeking the services of a qualified
candidate to fill the position of Project Officer- based in Tororo or Busia District.
Main Purpose of the Job:
The Project Officer will be responsible for the successful implementation of the project in the
Bukedi sub-region. He/she will provide field based technical and administrative support to the
SRHR Alliance Uganda Secretariat.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The following are the core duties of the Project Officer:
1. Spearhead implementation of project activities in the target districts of Busia,
Butaleja and Tororo.
2. Hold responsibility for the development of project work plans and schedules of activities.
3. Supervise and provide technical support to the implementing partners.
4. Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual project progress reports,
5. Lead in organizing workshops and meetings related to project activities in the
6. Participate in support and supervision visits to partner CSOs and targeted local
7. Be responsible for compiling activity reports and accountabilities
8. Responsible for networking and creating partnerships with the districts and local
partners in Bukedi sub-region
9. Represent the SRHR Alliance Uganda in meetings and events, especially as delegated by the
10. Maintaining accurate records of the project activities and related documentations.
11. Any other duties that may be assigned by the supervisor.
Academic Qualification and Experience:
A bachelor’s degree in Law, Development studies, Social sciences or any other related
discipline from a recognized University.
At least one years’ experience of working with an NGO involved in SGBV, SRHR or HIV/AIDS work. Previous experience working with young people will be an added advantage.
Young persons below the age of 30 years are encouraged to apply.
Skills, knowledge, and Competences:
Good verbal and written communication and analytical skills.
Good report writing skills.
Good Advocacy and social mobilization skills.
M&E skills and experience.
Good interpersonal skills and ability to work harmoniously with local
Team work-oriented and capable of managing multiple tasks.
Ability to accomplish tasks under tight deadlines, quickly and efficiently.
Knowledge of SRHR and SGBV programming for adolescents and young
people in Uganda is a must.
1. Interested individuals may submit their applications by email to the address provided
below. The application should include:
1-page cover/Motivation letter
2. The application should be addressed to the Country Director and clearly labelled
application for the position of: “Project Officer”, SRHR Alliance Uganda”
3. The application should be sent to email: email@example.com
4. Submission Address
SRHR Alliance Uganda,
Plot 29 Commercial Road, Ntinda
Tel: +256-393 254 466
5. Submission Deadline
All applications should be received by April 14th, 2023, before 5: 00 pm
2. CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
Make Way Collaborating Partner
The SRHR Alliance Uganda is seeking for expressions of interest for Community Based
Organizations (CBOs) working with marginalized young people in Mbale to collaborate with on the Make Way project.
About the SRHR Alliance Uganda:
The Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) Alliance Uganda is a consortium of organizations that stand for and promote young people’s SRHR. The SRHR Alliance Uganda is comprised of organizations with strong niche, expertise, and experience in key aspects of SRHR programming for vulnerable and marginalized groups of adolescents and young people. Our work is geared towards ensuring that all young people have access to high-quality and friendly SRHR information and services within a supportive environment.
Meaningful and Inclusive Youth Participation is one of the core principles and values of the SRHR Alliance Uganda. We promote and support equal participation of young people in decision-making regarding the design, implementation, and monitoring of all our interventions.
About the Make Way Project:
The Make Way project aims to break down barriers to SRHR by promoting a new way of looking
at, and organizing, SRHR issues, through an intersectional lens. This means making overlapping
vulnerabilities visible to understand their effects on people’s SRHR. With insights and sound
data, as a consortium, the program develops innovative tools and builds capacities of other
civil society organizations to advocate the needed policy and societal changes.
Interested organizations should send in their organization’s profile, letter of expression of
interest and any form of legal registration to:
The application should be clearly labeled “Expression of Interest”
All applications should be received by 12th April, 2023, 5pm EAT
Any applications send past the deadline will not be considered.
SRHR Alliance Uganda does not charge any kind of fee at whichever stage of the recruitment
process and does not act through recruitment agents.