Mercy Corps


Mercy Corps is a leading global organization powered by the belief that a better world is possible.
In disaster, in hardship, in more than 40 countries around the world, we partner to put bold solutions
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Now, and for the future.

Mercy Corps Kampala, Uganda
Full time
Description The Human Resource Assistant is a position that will report directly to the Human Resource Coordinator.  The HRA will work closely with Mercy Corps’ operations, finance teams, as well as program staffs to provide essential support to the Human Resource Function. The Human Resource Officer will be responsible for executing some daily routine Human Resource Tasks and ensure that these are being addressed in a timely and efficient manner. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: HUMAN RESOURCES Serve under the direction of the Human Resource Coordinator to process and properly put on file all daily HR personnel information obtained and any HR correspondences in an efficient and timely manner; Responsible for raising all field and head office service contracts as maybe requested. Responsible for ensuring that all HR files and documentation of all staff is current and complete; Responsible for raising all field and head office service...
Mercy Corps Kotido, Uganda
Full time
Job Category: Programming Requisition Number : PROJE01480 Description Program / Department Summary Girls Improving Resilience through Livelihoods (GIRL) is a three-year, 10-million-dollar program to be implemented in Kenya, Uganda and Haiti that seeks to improve the well-being of adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) by increasing their access to skills and knowledge, health resources, formal education and economic opportunities. GIRL also fosters an enabling environment by working with communities to transform unhealthy social norms and create opportunities for girls to access education and economic opportunities. Key to GIRL is a robust learning and research agenda that reaches across three countries to contribute to the evidence base on what works to secure access to opportunities for adolescent girls within the most marginalized communities and to better understand their contribution to household resilience. This evidence...