National Coordinator, NAP Uganda Project- One at Ministry of Water and Environment

Application ends: December 15, 2022

Job Description

The Government of Uganda, through the Climate Change Department in the Ministry of Water and Environment has obtained grant from the Green Climate Fund (GCF) for a three-year project to build capacity to advance National Adaptation Plan (NAP) process in Uganda. The UN Environment is the Delivery Partner for the Project, with the role of supporting and averseeing the project implementation.

Position: National Coordinator, NAP Uganda Project- One (One Vacancy)

Reports to: Permanent Secretary

Duty Station: Kampala Head Office

Duration: 2 years contract


A postgraduate degree in climate change, environment and natural resource management; project management, public administration or development studies

* At least fifteen (10/15) years of proven professional postgraduate experience working with Government in climate change adaptation and Environment and Natural Management.

* Experience in any of the following areas will be an added advantage: national and sector policy development and
analysis and public sector planning and budgeting; integration of ENR and Climate change into sub-national and national development planning and budgeting process; institutional assessment and capacity building in relation to environment and natural resources and sustainable development,

* Excellent communication skills in written and oral English
* Proven experience in Public Sector Management with particular focus on ENR and Climate Change:

* Experience in program development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and reporting:

* Excellent skills and experience in stakeholder engagement and facilitation;

* Professional experience in the united Nations system.

Applications should be addressed to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Water and Environment, Old Port Bell Road, Luzira P.O Box 20026, Kampala and should be delivered to the Ministry Registry not later than 15th December 2022. For further details, please refer to the website: