Uganda Prisons Recruitment 2022 / 1152 Vacancies for Warders/Wardresses

Uganda Prisons Recruitment 2022/2023 – Apply For Uganda Prisons Service Recruitment 2022/2023

 

Do you want to work with the Uganda Prisons Service? Well, here is your chance. The Uganda Prisons Service wishes to announce to the general public that there will be a recruitment exercise of Prisons warders/wardresses

 

Uganda Prisons Recruitment 2022/2023

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In this article, we will give you all you need to know about the starting and closing date of Uganda Prison Recruitment. We have provided detailed information and guidelines that will assist you in your application process.

 

These include qualifications, requirements, as well as how to apply for Uganda Prison Recruitment without any hurdles. So read and apply all the guidelines listed here.

 

Qualifications for Recruitment of 1152 warders/wardresses

All applicants must be: –

 

Ugandan Citizens aged 18-30 years (Age must be supported by the National Identity Card)

In possession of O’ level certificates with at least 4 credits including one in English and a pass in Mathematics. (University graduates and Diploma holders should NOT apply)

Physically fit

Of good conduct with no criminal record and a letter of recommendation from L.C. I chairpersons of their villages endorsed by L.C II and L.C III chairpersons of Districts of Origin.

 

Requirements & How to apply Uganda Prisons Recruitment

Handwritten applications addressed to the Secretary Prisons Council with the following on the scheduled date for interviews.; –

 

3 photocopies of certificates/result slips

Three photocopies of the National Citizenship Identity Card.

3 recent passport-size photographs.

Original National Citizenship Identity Card

Original certificates/result slips

Ready to undergo both written and oral interviews

Ready to undergo Medical Examination as part of the interview to confirm suitability for physical training.

 

Interviews shall be conducted at the 16 Regional Prisons Headquarters and 2 sub regions (Kotido and Hoima).

 

Successful applicants should be ready to undergo a minimum of nine-months basic Prisons Officer’s Training Course.

 

Effective appointment into the service is subject to successful completion of the training.

 

NOTE: Presentation of forged documents or impersonation is criminal and shall be prosecuted in Courts of Law.

 

All stages of the recruitment process are free of charge. Please do not pay any money to anyone for any service during the recruitment exercise

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