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Deadline of this Job: 28 August 2022
Baker associate – TAL Youth Uganda
Job responsibilities

• Prepares, produce and bakes bakery products & train other youth
• Develops new product on rotating basis

Deadline of this Job: 31 August 2022
The scope of work will include but is not limited to the following:-
i. Support the Clean Cooking Coordinator to implement the clean cooking
component of EASP and ensuring appropriate implementation in refugee
ii. Conduct / participate in energy needs assessment for the public institutions
for the design of appropriate clean cooking solutions which could cover a
wide range of cooking technologies and fuels such as improved biomass
cookstoves, biogas, electric cooking, LPG, ethanol, pellets/briquettes, and
iii. Support the design, development, and implementation of the clean cooking
solutions in public institutions and refugee communities in close
collaboration with the relevant line ministries and UECCC.
iv. Identify and support the development of appropriate monitoring and
evaluation tools and methods for the deployment of clean cooking
v. Participate in identification of gaps in current clean cooking standards and
testing, support development of needed standards and testing capacity, and
monitor the adoption. Appropriate approaches should be considered in
refugee settlements in coordination with refugee stakeholders (OPM,
vi. Develop and disseminate awareness materials for the clean cooking
vii. Prepare regular (monthly, quarterly and annual) project monitoring reports,
benchmark the project progress against set targets, identify any challenges
and make recommendations for improvement of technologies’ uptake and
viii. Monitor compliance of procedures and operation guidelines and standards
for the technologies.
ix. Engage and coordinate with the project stakeholders (e.g., the clean
cooking service providers, public institutions, line ministries, donors and
other clean cooking program implementors, UECCC, and Uganda National
Bureau of Standards) regularly to align the interests and identify synergies
to support project implementation.
x. Document the project experience and share lessons learned periodically to
improve the project implementation and help replication of good practice by
other projects in the Country.
xi. Identify gaps of the clean cooking value chain and undertake capacity
building activities for key stakeholders including local clean cooking
providers and users.
xii. Carry out any other duties as assigned by the Project Coordination Manager
(PCM) provided these duties contribute to achieving the development
objectives of the EASP project.

1.4 Person Specifications
a Qualifications
i. Bachelors’ Degree in Natural Sciences / Renewable Energy / Natural
Resource Management or an Energy Engineering field.
ii. Master’s Degree in Renewable Energy/ Energy Economics/ Natural
Sciences / Natural Resource Management or an Energy Engineering
b Experience:
i. At least six (6) years’ experience in Renewable Energy with specific
experience in clean cooking technologies.
ii. Knowledge of the Uganda’s energy and environment sectors.
iii. Understanding of climate change mitigation strategies and emission
reduction benefits accruing from low-carbon energy technologies.
c Competencies
i. Technical
a. Communication skills
b. Negotiation and mediation

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