Location: Kampala, Uganda

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Lead the Umbrella Programme on day-to-day basis ensuring work plans are implemented as planned.
  2. Support, communication and capacity building Including providing technical support on SRHR interventions to partners.
  3. Report to AMS SMT as well as Frontline AIDS on the effective implementation of the Programme
  4. Ensure day-to-day risk is escalated and managed as planned.
  5. In consultation with SMT, manage and support all Umbrella Partners and staff employed by the Programme.
  6. Organize partners’ monitoring and support visits and provide reports accordingly.
  7. Review IPs’ quarterly reports and provide support or follow-up as needed.
  8. Coordinate check-in calls with all partners
  9. Regularly support IPs to collect and document case studies from the programme and share with AMS SMT and Frontline AIDS
  10. Coordinate on developing donor and Frontline AIDS report and work with AMS SMT to provide timely and adequate support to IPs in their respective fields.
  11. Support individual IPs to develop costed workplans each project year in conjunction with the Programs Manager.
  12. Ensure that in-country and external consultants adhere to their contracts.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 

  1. The ideal candidate must hold a Master’s degree in Public Health, Project Management or related field
  2. A minimum of five years working experience in Implementing SRHR programmes with adolescents and young people in their diversity, including those living with HIV, and other key and vulnerable populations.
  3. Demonstrable skills and experience in project management (human and financial)
  4. Excellent skills for networking and collaboration at local and international levels
  5. Excellent communication and report writing skills in English.
  6. Demonstrable skills and competences of working with diverse multidisciplinary teams.
  7. High integrity, honesty and intrinsic motivation for sustainable SRHR in Uganda
  8. Experience in interdisciplinary development projects, preferably also with international staff
  9. Experience in organizing stakeholders’ meetings and workshops at district and local levels
  10. Able to speak different Ugandan Languages.


If you meet the desired qualifications and work experience as listed below, please submit your CV and Cover letter to the Human Resources Manager.  Kindly limit your documents to a size of 2MB and send them to  before 5 PM June 14th, 2021.