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Jobs at:Uganda Printing and Publishing Corporation (UPPC)
Deadline of this Job:
31st May 2019
Date Posted: 15th May 2019 , Base Salary: Not Disclosed
Uganda Printing and Publishing Corporation (UPPC) is a public corporation established by the UPPC Act 1992 Cap.30 as the leading printer mandated to provide printing and publishing facilities to government ministries, departments, and agencies, NGOs, private sector organizations and individuals. The Corporation prints and publishes all government legislations, the Uganda Gazette, stationery and other books and documents for public and private sector organisations.
In order to achieve its strategic goals, UPPC invites applications from suitably qualified Ugandan nationals to fill the following key positions:
JOB TITLE: Records and Registry Officer
POSITION DESCRIPTION: To design and implement the records and information management system
SALARY SCALE: UPPC6
REPORTS TO: Human Resource & Administration
Details of duties and responsibilities, person specifications and key competences required for the above positions can be viewed andfor downloaded trom our website: www.uppc.co.ug.
Job Responsibilities: Not Specified
Job Skills: Not Specified
Job Qualifications: Not Specified
Job Education Requirements: Not Specified
Job Experience Requirements: Not Specified
Job application procedure
Interested persons who meet the required specifications are invited to apply to: The Human Resource and Administration Manager
Uganda Printing and Publishing Corporation (UPPC),
P.0. Box 33 Entebbe, Uganda.
Also mark the envelope with the job applied for in CAPITAL LETTERS.
Enclose a CV, CERTIFIED copies of academic transcripts and certificates, Postal, Telephone and Email address for both applicant and three professional referees to reach not later than Friday 31st May 2019 by 05:00 pm.
NB: ‘APPLICANTS WHO RESPONDED TO THE ADVERT FOR THE POSITION OF MANAGING DIRECTOR PUBLISHED ON 8th JANUARY 2018 NEED NOT RE-APPLY. THEIR PREVIOUS APPLICATIONS ON RECORD SHALL BE CONSIDERED