JOB ADVERT: EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES UNDER THE JOB-MATCHING ARRANGEMENT
The Internal Employment Unit under the Department of Employment Services was charged with the responsibility of placement of job seekers into active employment through the job matching services. One of the core responsibilities of the Unit is to engage with employers and the private sector, for purposes of increasing accessibility of decent jobs to the Uganda workforce.
In view of the above, the Ministry, in partnership with Victory Vision LTD has received a job order for matching of highly qualified Ugandans into the newly opened project for the re-development of one of Kampala’s markets into modern stalls.
Applications are therefore, invited from suitably qualified job seekers to fill up the positions below. Hand-deliver your CV, copy of National ID, LC1 letter and other accompanying documents to the Internal Employment unit, level 7 not later than 10th March 2020. Applications received after the closing date will not be considered for this opportunity. Applications should bear the title of post applied for.
JOB ADVERT: GREEN JOBS & FAIR LABOUR MARKET PROGRAMME
Government of Uganda through Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development is implementing Green Jobs & Fair Labour Market Programme. The programme is aimed at creation of green and decent employment, enhancement labour productivity, and reduction of poverty reduction. The programme targets both educated and uneducated women and youth. Overall, the programme contributes to reduction of the high levels of unemployment among educated and uneducated through:-
- promotion of workplace re-skilling and skilling for educated and un-educated;
- promotion of resource efficiency and social safeguards at workplaces;
- enhancement for the productivity of workers and enterprises
The components of the Programme are;
- Support to the Informal Sector Businesses (Jua-Kalis);
- Revitalization of Quality Apprenticeship and Volunteerism at workplaces;
- Roll-out Songhai Model – Uganda Green Incubation Programme (UGIP).
The Programme is being funded by GoU, UNDP and ILO with specific interventions. The Programme staff being recruited will supporting the implementation of Social Safeguards. The Ministry of Gender Labour and Social Development is therefore seeking to recruit short term contract to support the effective implementation of programme interventions. The Programme Staff will stationed at Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development.
The Ministry of Gender Labour and Social Development, invites applications from qualified Ugandans to fill vacant positions in the Technical Support Team of the Programmes.