Technical Position #1: Prosecution and Training Specialist
The Prosecution and Training Specialist is responsible primarily for providing assistance to the AGO on training as well as to other AGO needs pursuant to the C4J work plan. Activities will include providing technical assistance for prosecutors and AGO staff on prosecution reforms and capacity-building, including bureaucratic reforms, human resources, communications, public information access, and training of the same, including training assessments, curriculum design, development of materials, train-the-trainers activities and implementation of training. The person selected for this position will be expected to take on a lead role and to collaborate closely with project staff and the AGO to enhance institutional management, integrity and efficiency of the AGO and improve AGO staff technical competency and accountability.
Technical Position #2: Human Resources Specialist
The Human Resources Specialist will contribute to all human resources activities undertaken in cooperation with the AGO, including meeting with justice sector leaders, organization restructuring, developing regulations and standard operating procedures (SOPS) for recruitment, career development, performance management, and implementing these activities. The person selected for this position will cooperate in mentoring AGO human resources professionals and in training and developing their respective staff.
Applicants for the Prosecution and Training Specialist must have a minimum of two (2) years of experience with legal education and training, and a minimum of five (5) years of experience working with or teaching on the Indonesian criminal justice system and/or criminal law and procedure. This would include NGO or civil society monitoring of AGO and the criminal justice system. A comprehensive understanding of criminal justice legal and practice issues is also required. Experience or intensive education of adult interactive learning and training methodology and prior experience with the Attorney General’s Office is strongly preferred. A minimum education of a law degree (SH or LL.B.) is required, and the degree of LL.M. is preferred. A degree of B.A. or Master’s degree in related subjects may be sufficient if the candidate has a minimum of five (5) years equivalent work with legal training.
Applicants for the Human Resources Specialist must have a minimum of five (5) years of professional experience in the technical subject area and with helping organizations manage and adjust to significant change. An advanced university degree in the relevant technical areas or comparable education or experience is required.
For both positions, prior experience with technical assistance projects and work with donor-funded projects is preferred; written and verbal fluency in English and Bahasa Indonesia is a prerequisite; Indonesian citizenship is required; strong interpersonal and communication skills are required; and demonstrated skills with software packages such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint are required.
Full descriptions of each position may be requested by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. After reviewing the full description(s), interested applicants for these positions are requested to send a cover letter and resume (references will not be contacted prior to the interview) to us.chemonicsbqmall.com as soon as possible but no later than 3 November 2010. Please indicate the preferred position in the subject line. Only the strongest candidates will be contacted. No telephone inquiries, please. The successful candidates for these positions will be subject to USAID approval and USAID local salary scales for technical positions.
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