TPO Uganda Brief Background TPO Uganda is looking for individuals with rich governance, financial management and programmatic background and outstanding repute to serve on its Board of Directors for an initial term of three years renewable once.
TPO Uganda is a local national NGO operating in Uganda for 26 years now in over 46 districts. Our projects target the most vulnerable communities delivering the following interventions: Child protection (Orphans and Vulnerable children), Gender Based Violence, Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Ecosystems, Food security and Livelihood Support, Mental Health and Psychosocial Support and HIV/AIDS Prevention, and a Humanitarian Program
Prevention, and a Humanitarian Program targeting South Sudan and DRC Refugees in Northern, West Nile, South Western, Western and Central Uganda.
The TPO Uganda Board of Directors comprises of 9 members who serve as VOLUNTEERS on three committees namely; the Audit & Risk Management, the Governance & Organizational Development, and the Programs & Resource Mobilization committees, that meet quarterly.
Values: You will hold values very similar to our own: compassionate, inclusive, honest, dependable, innovative, and professional, and above all possess strong humanistic ideals.
Social skills: We are looking at individuals who are at ease networking at both local and global levels; with governments, civil society organizations and academia. We shall be looking to grow our own profile and image from some of your contacts and networks. Membership to professional bodies and previous Board experience is desirable.
Organizational and technical skills: Legal, programmatic, governance, financial management backgrounds, leadership skills, strategic planning, conceptualizing and designing innovative development concepts.
A minimum of Master’s Degree or its equivalent in the relevant fields with experience capable of advising the organization on a broad range of national and international development landscape. The suitable candidates should possess a diversity and a mix of both NGO and business operations in Uganda and not less than 10 years of consistent service
Job application procedure
If you are a Ugandan or even a foreign national resident in Uganda and you believe you meet the expectations above, then send your CV and an expression of interest letter to the Board Secretary: email@example.com by June 30th 2021. We have placed a detailed advert including the roles of the Board on our website. Please visit us on: www.tpoug.org and learn more about TPO Uganda.