Network Administrators Required For Implementation of the Regional Communication Infrastructure Program (RCIP) Uganda
The Government of Uganda has secured funding (USD 75 million) from the International Development Association (IDA) to finance various activities under the Regional Communications Infrastructure Program (RCIP). RCIP will complement existing country ICT and e-Government infrastructure initiatives by helping boost the already existing e-Government infrastructure and bridge the financing and technical gaps. The project is implemented by the National Information Technology Authority-Uganda (NITA-U).
NITA-U now invites suitably qualified individuals with relevant qualifications and experience to apply for the position of NETWORK ADMINISTRATORS (02)
The individual Consultant shall be selected in accordance with the World Bank’s Guidelines.
Interested applicants who meet the job requirements/specifications and with the right personal attributes are required to complete and submit a NITA-U Application Form with a cover letter, supported by a curriculum vitae, copies of certificates and testimonials, and must specify day time telephone contact, email addresses of both the applicant and three referees to the address below
The Executive Director,
National Information Technology
Authority – UGANDA (NITA-U),
Palm Courts, Plot 7A, Rotary Avenue (former Lugogo bypass)
P.O. Box 33151, Kampala-Uganda
Tel: 0417 801 038
Or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org (application shouldn’t be more than 10MBs)
Applicants must also submit with their application verifiable evidence supporting previous relevant appointments such as appointment letters and employment contracts. The deadline for applications is 11th September 2017 (Not later than 1700 hrs. Local Time).
No application will be accepted without a duly completed and signed standard application form (referred to above) and copies of academic documents. All hand delivered applications MUST be stapled.
Only successful candidates will be contacted. Any form of solicitation, influence peddling and or any other “backdoor” attempt, of whatsoever nature, to influence the selection process in one’s favour, will automatically lead to disqualification of a candidate without any recourse.