Hope for Justice exists to bring an end to modern slavery by preventing exploitation, rescuing victims, restoring lives and reforming society. Around the world, we are growing a movement of abolitionists who believe freedom is worth the fight. Our team works from more than 30 locations across five continents. If you’re looking to make a difference, this is the place for the you.
Hope for Justice is committed to the principles of diversity, equality and inclusion. If you feel that your skills and experience fit one of our roles then we would welcome your application regardless of your background.
MERL Manager, Uganda
Hope for Justice in Uganda is looking for an experienced and enthusiastic individual who will provide direct management of all monitoring, evaluation, learning and research activities, across Hope for Justice projects and partners in Uganda, in order to accurately measure the outputs, outcomes, and impact of the work and inform organisational learning and future practice. This includes the management, critical analysis, and technical oversight of data collection, collation, aggregation, and reporting of data, providing accountability and ensuring a robust and effective result-based MERL system, plans and frameworks.
– MA or MSC or Degree in Monitoring and Evaluation OR Degree in a relevant field, preferably statistics or IT, or in behavioural or social sciences plus a Post graduate diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation, bio statistical analysis, data management
– Significant prior experience of managing MERL activities within an INGO environment for at least 5 years.
– Demonstrable knowledge of developing monitoring systems which capture outcome level data (developing monitoring and evaluation frameworks, reviewing and developing theories of change, maintaining evaluation databases, etc.)
– Experience with DIFID/FCDO, USAID or Institutional donor approaches to MERL
– Experience of facilitating training and ongoing support to staff in MERL activities
Location: Kampala, Uganda
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: Competitive, based on experience and qualifications
Closing date: 30th December 2021
Hope for Justice in Uganda is looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Warden to be part of our residential care team. The Warden will work alongside the Lighthouse manager and the rest of the team to implement effective care and support system for children coming into the transit centre ensuring that each individual child receives individual attention and the most appropriate intervention, that is in line with their assessed needs, in the context of Hope for Justice’s mission, policies and values, and the laws of Uganda.
– Minimum of 3 years’ work experience working with vulnerable children in a residential care setting and practical documentation skills.
– Knowledge of both national and International laws relating to children.
– A degree in one of the following fields Social work and social administration, education, social sciences and any other related course.
– Excellent inter-personal and communication skills
– Good standard of ICT skills
– Report writing skills
– Proficiency in at least 2 of the main local languages (i.e. Luganda, Runyakitara, and Luo).
Location: Kampala, Uganda
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: Based on experience and qualifications
Closing date: 28th December 2021
Do you want to be part of something incredible? At Hope for Justice, we’re proud to work with a community of amazing volunteers – and we’d love you to join us!
Volunteers are the heartbeat of our movement to end slavery. By joining the team at Hope for Justice (wherever you are in the world) you can be part of making huge change happen in virtually every continent. We are currently looking for volunteers for these roles:
– Admin Volunteer for Volunteer Program (Assisting with email lists spreadsheets, presentations, surveys, print materials, gifts, data analysis and data management). View the Role Profile. To apply, please complete this short online application form.
– UK Fundraising & Partnerships (Internet research support for our Trust and Grants team / Supporter communications via email & phone / Research into global/institutional donors). To apply, please complete this short online application form.
– Norway Communications and Social Media (Assisting our Global Digital & Communications department with translations between English and Norwegian for our communications and social media; creating country content for our Norway-specific social channels and newsletters; engaging with our followers about our work and the issue of human trafficking; helping with social posting, scheduling and analytics). To apply, please complete this short online application form.
– Norway Programs Support Volunteers / Stilling som frivillig i et engasjemang (Participate in our Volunteer Intake Program; assist our multimedia platform investigations/presence; generate thank you letters, anniversary acknowledgements and other notes to donors; teaching out to new communities and potential victims with information; assist with event planning; support Oslo Programs Community Outreach Activities). View the Role Profile (English and Norsk). To apply, please complete this short online application form.
– Professional Photography. View the Role Profile for volunteering as a photographer by clicking here. To apply, please complete this short online application form.
Whatever you decide to do, you’ll be working with like-minded people, developing excellent skills and gaining valuable experience. You’ll also be joining a global network committed to one thing: living in a world free from slavery.
What our volunteers say:
“Undoubtedly the best thing about volunteering for Hope for Justice is the tremendous support and positive feedback that everyone who works at Hope for Justice gives to us volunteers” – Andrew, Hope for Justice Volunteer
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