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Assistant Capacity Building Officer
Minority Rights Group International
MRG Job Opening: Assistant Capacity Building Officer –Africa Regional Office
Minority Rights group International seeks for the protection and realisation of the rights of ethnic, religious, linguistic minorities and indigenous peoples around the world with the Africa Office based in Kampala, Uganda.
We are currently looking for an experienced Assistant Capacity Building Officer to support the Capacity Building Officer
You must have detailed knowledge of international human rights in general and minority/indigenous rights in particulars. You should at least have 2 years’ experience of capacity building of Civil Society Organisations and human rights advocacy at the local, national and international levels as well as project management. You should have experience in drafting and conducting capacity building training sessions. You should be an excellent communicator and have good organisational skills. Having a good working knowledge of French will be an added advantage.
This is a full-time post (5 days per week) for one year starting on 1st February 2019 with the possibility of extension
Gross Salary: UGX 36,151,092 (Thirty-Six Million, One Hundred Fifty-One Thousand, Ninety-Two Ugandan Shillings) per annum) plus 10% contribution to National Social Security Fund (NSSF)
Location: MRG Africa Office in Kampala, Uganda
For full details, please see the Job description
How to apply:
All candidates who wish to apply for the above post must submit their completed MRG Application Form together with the Equal Opportunities Questionnaire to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31st December 2018. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.
Please note we do not accept CVs.
To be considered for this opportunity you must either already have or be able to show us that you would be able to obtain work permission to live and work in the location where the role may be based, e.g. Kampala or any other suitable and mutually agreed location).