Contract Child Labor Resource Person – Ministry of Gender, Labor and Social Development, Uganda
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The Government of Uganda under the Ministry of Gender Labor and Social Development, with support from the International Labor Organization/ International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor (ILO/IPEC) is implementing a Child Labor and- Education Project. The overall objective of the project is to contribute to elimination of child labor in Uganda through profiling child labor as a national priority issue for achieving education for all. The project will strengthen collaboration between the Ministry of Education and Sports and the Ministry of Gender Labor and Social Development in the effort to increase educational opportunities as a viable alternative to combat the worst forms of child labor. The Ministry of Gender Labor and Social Development, invites applications from qualified Ugandans to fill the post below which exists under the Project.
JOB TITLE: Child Labor Resource Person
REPORTS TO: Director For Labor
Duration of the contract: One Year
Main Duties and Responsibilities
- Develop awareness raising materials on the linkages between child labor and education.
- Develop simplified versions/information materials on the Statutory Regulation on the National list of hazardous work and the Employment (Employment of Children) Regulations.
- Develop a module to the ILO – IPEC information kit on mainstreaming child labor concerns in education sector plans and programs specific to the Uganda context.
- Integrate the Regulation on Apprenticeship into the national skills training curricula and the BTVET Strategy.
- An Honors Bachelor’s Degree plus Masters Degree in one of the following fields; Social Work Social Administration, Development , Education
- A minimum of five (5) years relevant working experience on child labor programming.
- Policy analysis.
- Child Labor and Children’s rights Legislation and Communication skills.
- Results oriented and self-driven.
- Interpersonal and communication skills.
Experience: 5 years
How to Apply
Applicants should attach three sets of certified photocopies of their certificates, academic transcripts, testimonials and CV
Applications should be addressed to The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Gender, Labor and Social Development, and delivered to the Security Registry (2nd floor) Ministry of Gender, Labor and Social Development, Simbamanyo House, George Street not later than 5th April 2013.
NOTE: Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
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