Applications are invited from suitably qualified Ugandans to fill available vacancies under Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA).   Applications should be filled ON-LINE and submitted not later than 7th June 2021.  The link to the e-recruitment system can be accessed at


Applicants are advised to: -

a)     Apply ON-LINE

b)     Scan and submit relevantly documents (O’ Level, A’ Level, Degree Certificates, Academic Transcripts and Professional Documents, copies of letters of employment) on-line.

c)     Each attachment must not exceed a limit of 1MB and only portable documents format (PDF) is allowed.

d)     Officers serving in the Public Service are required to print an Extract of PS Form 3 (2008) and obtain recommendation from their Responsible Officers.  They should then scan the recommendation together with the rest of the documents and submit online.

e)     In case of failure to obtain a recommendation from the Responsible Officer, the extract should still be submitted clearly indicating the reason(s) for the missing recommendation.


Application process:


a)     Visit the website

b)  Click on “register as a new user” to create your account and complete your profile starting with the biodata moving downwards.

c)     If you already have an account, simply click on your right and update your profile.

d)     Click a Job from the list of advertised jobs in the menu.

e)     View the Job Details and Click “Apply now”.

f)      Review your application and SUBMIT.


NB.: You are allowed to apply for only ONE post


Please Note:


a)     Only online applications will be considered.

b)     Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

c)     Shortlisted candidates shall be required to bring along with them their original certificates, (‘O’, ‘A’ Level and Degree), Degree academic transcripts, letters of employment, National Identity Cards and letters from Referees during the Oral Interviews.

d)     Candidates who will not hear from the Public Service Commission, (PSC) by the end of the Exercise should consider themselves unsuccessful.

e)     Failure to comply with any of the instructions above, will lead to automatic disqualification without any further notice.

f)      The details of the Job Advert can be accessed and viewed on the e-recruitment system at

g)     In case of any inquiry, contact the Secretary, PSC on Tel. No.  0414 254271 or 0414 342279 or e-mail

Kampala Capital City Authority
Terms of Employment
DSC 15/70/01 Vol.2
Minimum Age
Maximum Age

Minimum Qualification
Applicants should be Ugandans holding an Honours Bachelor’s Degree in Law from a recognized University or Institution and a Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice from Law Development Centre. Applicants must be enrolled as Advocates and members to relevant professional associations.
Working Experience
Applicants should have a minimum of five (5) years working experience three (3) of which must have been gained at Senior Officer or Supervisory level in Government or from a reputable organization.
The incumbent will be responsible to the for performing the following duties:-

1. Monitoring the progress of all KCCA legal transaction in order to ensure that the correct actions are taken at the appropriate times.

2. Maintaining an awareness of developments in the legal course relevant to the organization, including reviewing and reporting on the implications of any new regulation and court rulings.

3. Representing Kampala Capital Authority in Courts of Law and prosecute both civil and criminal cases.

4. Conducting legal audits for all directorates to ensure that all legal aspects of any decisions are fully considered.

5. Serving as a Quality Assurance Officer so as to ensure that all operational standards relating to case management are followed in both civil and criminal prosecutions.

6. Spearheading the Risk Assessment function through coordination of meetings, making follow-ups for information from client departments and ensuring that resultant reports are generated and disseminated to the requisite offices.

7. Providing accurate legal advice to staff so as to ensure that decision taken are legally correct

8. Carrying out research and preparing reports on any legally complex issues to ensure that the Authority has full information about the legal implications of any decisions.

9. Managing the performance and development of staff in accordance with the Human Resource Management Manual.

10. Any other duties that may be assigned from time to time.

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