Land Administration and Conflict Resolution Specialists, Kampala, Uganda
Land Administration and Conflict Resolution Specialists, Uganda Supporting Access to Justice, Fostering Equity and Peace (SAFE) Project
International Resources Group (IRG) is an international professional services firm that helps governments, the private sector, communities, and households manage critical resources to build a cleaner, safer, and more prosperous world. Since 1978, IRG has completed over 850 contracts in over 140 countries, delivering high-quality, cost-effective services that promote positive economic growth, institutional and social change, and intelligent use of resources � human, physical, environmental, and financial. Please visit our website at www.irgltd.com to learn more about IRG.
IRG seeks professionals with experience in land administration, peace building, conflict resolution and mitigation, for both long- and short-term positions under the anticipated USAID-funded SAFE project in Uganda. The SAFE project is designed to strengthen mechanisms for resolution of conflicts over land, oil and ethnic diversity primarily in Northern and Central Uganda. We are looking for expressions of interest from qualified professionals in the following areas:
Public Information (with background in radio programming)
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) (with experience in court annexed arbitration and mediation)
Land Tenure Law
Land and Mineral Rights Law
Land Registry, Land Records, and Land Recording
Land and Oil Mineral Rights
Land-Use and Land Market
Geographic Information Systems/Global Positioning System (GIS/GPS)
Gender and Land Tenure (with experience in customary and statutory law)
Monitoring and Evaluation (with experience in Collaborating, Learning and Adapting activities)
Qualified Ugandan nationals are strongly encouraged to apply.
Experience working on peace building, conflict resolution and mitigation, and land administration programs
Relevant and recent experience in Uganda and/or region (Horn and East Africa)
Experience working on donor-funded development programs (USAID experience preferred)
Bachelor's degree required, Master's degree preferred (in relevant field)
Experience in conflict/post-conflict environments
Fluency in English required; knowledge of local languages highly desirable
How to apply:
To submit an expression of interest: Please send a current resume and a cover letter highlighting relevant experience and indicating availability. Place "Uganda SAFE Positions" in the subject line.
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