Join our Team! We’re looking for a Program Manager

Pollicy believes in the power of data to revolutionize how governments deliver services to their citizens. We aim to digitally transform government services across Africa through an information-centric approach and craft better life experiences by harnessing improved data.

There are major gaps within government and stakeholders in collecting data, analyzing this data and using this data within planning, budgeting and programming. By improving data processes, we can improve how services are delivered, how budgets are allocated, how citizens interact with governments and how organizations advocate for social change.

Program Manager Role

Pollicy is looking for a program manager to manage a project focused on building feedback loops between citizens and government service providers using data collected through a diverse of communication technologies.

Job tasks will include:

  • Establish work plans and determine deliverables within the time frame
  • Implement project objectives in a timely manner
  • Interviews with government and citizens/communities to better tailor our product
  • Field/market research
  • Working with developers on the final product
  • Conduct ongoing data collection and research
  • Building new partnerships
  • Facilitate trainings and workshops

Who should apply?

We are looking for early-career professionals interested in working on civic technology issues pertinent to sub-saharan Africa. The position is only open to Ugandans and will work will take place primarily in and around Kampala, Uganda.

You must have:

- At least an undergraduate degree
- Speak Luganda
- Experience with project management
- An open mind and desire to try out new things
- Experience using mobile technology within prior projects


Send us an email at with your CV, one writing sample and a brief statement of interest telling us why you’re interested in position and believe you are a good fit for the role.

Start date: August 1st, 2017

Deadline to apply: July 6th, 2017

You can learn more about Pollicy at, on Twitter at @PollicyOrg or on Facebook!

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