Danish Institute for Human Rights is looking for the Human Rights and Rule of Law Specialist.
Interested candidates should write a covering letter, explaining why they are interested in this position, why they are the right person for the job, and include a recent CV, which should be sent to: email@example.com
• Please submit your application no later than 12h00 CET on 02 Dec 2021
• BA/MA Degree in Human Rights, Law, Public Policy or related fields.
• 5-10 years of professional experience in the field of human rights and rule of law. Experience working with public bodies and officials is an advantage.
• Strong organisation and project management skills is essential.
• Proficient computer skills.
• Fluency in English, Russian (spoken and written). Kyrgyz will be an asset.
• Excellent communication and inter-personal skills, including an ability to work in politically sensitive contexts.
• Act as liaison between EWMI and DIHR Copenhagen, as well as DIHR Country Representative in Bishkek.
• Collaborate with the Partners.
• Cooperate and coordinate project activities with the responsible PM in Copenhagen.
• Represent DIHR, ensuring that activities are carried out according to project guidelines and approved plans. That also includes preparing meeting documents and agendas, organising the meetings, minutes’ taking, etc., as well as being instrumental in systematic follow-up.
• In cooperation with the EWMI and DIHRs Chief Advisor, develop draft annual action plans for the project and circulate to relevant colleagues for feedback.
• Engage with EWMI’s project team and assist the partner in delivering the required project outputs.
• Compile, coordinate with the Project Manager in Copenhagen and finalise the external interim project activity reporting and the annual reporting on the results framework, involving collection of data on indicators.
• Contribute to financial reporting in cooperation with the Project Economist.
• Develop internal monthly DIHR reports on the project progress, including the human rights and the security situation and other relevant developments in the country.
The employee will work full day in a project office in accordance with the legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic.
All other conditions will be agreed at the interview upon selection.
DIHR strives to achieve diversity in its staff composition and therefore invites all qualified candidates to apply for the position.
• For more information about the position, contact Bolot Isakov by mail firstname.lastname@example.org
• Starting date: 1st February 2022.