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Samket Engineering and Construction PLC

  • Camp Administrator
  • 5 years
  • Project, out of Addis Ababa

Job Requirement: Qualification: Diploma in HRM, Management or Law & Other related fields Other Skill & Training: Good Personal Communication Skill General Experience: 5 years Specific Experience: 2 years Place of Work: Project out of A.A, Oromiya Region Required Number: 1 Salary: Negotiable & Attractive Experience in Road Construction Companies is Mandatory

  • 6 days ago
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  • Jan, 28/2020 (1 days left)

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Ethiopian Human Rights Council (EHRCO)

  • Human Rights Monitoring, Investigation and Legal Aid Head
  • 3 years
  • Hawassa

About EHRCO Established in 1991, the Ethiopian Human Rights Council (EHRCO) is the first non-governmental human rights organization working on the promotion and protection of human rights in Ethiopia. EHRCO is free from the influence of political parties, religious institutions, tribal groups, and social classes. It stands for democracy, the rule of law and the respect of human rights. In accordance with “The Civil Society Organizations Proclamation No 1113/2019”, EHRCO was re-registered as an independent and non-profit human rights institution. Job Summary Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Human Rights Monitoring, Investigation, and Legal Aid Head will coordinate the works of EHRCO in the region. He/she will play a leading role in both long-term programs as well as in short-term project implementation. He/she will provide key legal expertise, including by analyzing and promoting relevant laws that are in conformity with the day-to-day activities of the organization. Duties and Responsibilities Planning and Coordination Coordinates the overall human rights operations in the respective regional office’s sphere of influence; Coordinate and mobilize other staff members of the respective regional office to submit various reports on time; Coordinate, direct and follow-up project support fund activities at the regional office level; Lead, manage and is responsible for the overall command of resources (budget, human resources and more) and logistics at the disposal of the regional office. Execution Preparing a work plan for the monitoring, legal aid and investigations missions of the regional office; Plan, conduct, and report on the assigned investigation of complaints & human rights violations; Undertakes fact-finding field investigation missions, following up of complaints from victims of human rights violations Drafting investigation reports, communicating factual findings, and participating human rights campaigns and related workshops; Collect, analyze and organize human rights situation data and indicators in the working areas; Conducts substantive research and analysis of human rights issues/events and assesses their impact on the human rights situation in assigned region Coach Volunteers, Interns and junior legal aid experts and assist in furthering their responsibilities; Participate in topical meetings and represent the regional office at public forums and handle all matters of the office; Produce and submit periodic reports to EHRCO’s head office; Closely work with the ED for matters of good communication, and expediency of the work of the EHRCO nationwide; Conducts other activities of EHRCO as per the organization’s strategic direction. Experience and Qualifications Degree in law, political science, international relations, paired with a minimum of 3 years of relevant experience Key Skills and Interests Knowledge of national human rights issues and comprehensive knowledge of international human rights law, concepts and standards Passion for the respect for human rights, justice, and fairness Ability to plan and carry out a field investigation; Good knowledge of investigative practices, methods, and techniques; Good command of English and the respective local language within which the office operates Computer literacy and good interpersonal skill

  • 1 week ago
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  • Jan, 27/2020 (0 days left)

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Ethiopian Human Rights Council (EHRCO)

  • Junior Human Rights Officer
  • 2 years
  • Hawassa

About EHRCO Established in 1991, the Ethiopian Human Rights Council (EHRCO) is the first non-governmental human rights organization working on the promotion and protection of human rights in Ethiopia. EHRCO is free from the influence of political parties, religious institutions, tribal groups, and social classes. It stands for democracy, the rule of law and the respect of human rights. In accordance with “The Civil Society Organizations Proclamation No 1113/2019”, EHRCO was re-registered as an independent and non-profit human rights institution. Job Summary Under the supervision of the Head of the Regional Office, the Human Rights Junior Human Rights Officer is responsible for receiving, investigating and conciliating complaints received from the public throughout the Province, concerning allegations of violations of the Human Rights. He/she will provide legal aid services for clients by analyzing relevant laws that are in conformity with the day-to-day activities of the organization. The Human Rights Officer will be expected to portray professionalism and respect for diversity. Work Activities Collects and analyses human rights data and indicators in the working areas; Undertakes fact-finding field investigation missions and reporting Conducts substantive research and analysis of human rights issues/events and assesses their impact on the human rights situation in assigned region Develops and maintains collaborative relationships with government & non-government institutions, local community, human rights organizations, and other CSOs in the region to promote sustained and balanced support for the work in the field of human rights. providing advice on human rights law and policies across the Council’s projects and functions Writes a variety of reports, official correspondence, briefings on country/region-specific and thematic issues, statements, and communications advise clients on the law and legal matters relating to their case keep up to date with changes and developments in your area of the law Performs other related duties as required. Key Skills and interest passion for human rights, justice, and fairness strong spoken and written communication skills ability to absorb and analyze large amounts of information a high level of accuracy and attention to detail ability to explain legal matters clearly in non-legal language confidence and a persuasive manner ability to work under pressure time management and strong organizational skills. Work Experience Degree in law, Political science, or Journalism paired with 2 years related experience is required.

  • 1 week ago
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  • Jan, 27/2020 (0 days left)

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