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Wednesday, 14 April 2021

Job Vacancies at the African Union

Company Description:

The African Union (AU) is a continental body consisting of the 55 member states that make up the countries of the African Continent. It was officially launched in 2002 as a successor to the Organisation of African Unity (OAU, 1963-1999).  We are an Integrated, Prosperous and Peaceful Africa, driven by its own citizens and representing a dynamic force in the global arena.

The African Union invites applicants who are citizens of Member States to apply for the post below at the African Court on Human And People's Rights:

 

 

Job Title: Research Officer

Vacancy No: ACHPR/2021/02
Duty Station: Banjul, The Gambia
Employment Type: Fixed Term, non-renewable
Grade: P2-5
Supervisor: Secretary to the Commission
Directorate: Secretariat of the ACHPR

Job Purpose

  • Be responsible for researching and monitoring human rights development within Africa and prepare advisories as necessary and also contribute to articles / publications.

Major Duties And Responsibilities
Under the overall supervision and guidance of the Secretary to the Commission, the Research Officer shall perform the following duties and responsibilities:

  • Conducting legal research required of the human rights situation in individual countries including, in particular, data and information related to thematic areas
  • Ensuringprovision of necessary inputs to the preparatory process of State Periodic Reports,including supervising the drafting of relevant documents.
  • Analyzing data and information from countries and other forms of research as required.
  • Perform any other duties as may be assigned.
  • Undertake research into thematic human rights issues of interest to the African context.
  • Carryout extensive legal research, particularly on international human rights law as well as monitor relevant developments in international human rights law.
  • Write information materials for external and internal circulation including discussion papers and policy guidelines on interpretations and applications of human rights norms.
  • Assist the Commission in formulating and laying down principles and rules aimed at solving legal problems relating to human and peoples' rightsand fundamental freedoms upon which African governments may base their legislation.

Academic Requirements and Work Experience

  • Candidates must have a minimum of two (2) yearsof relevant practical experience, preferably within a major Government, International Organization, Public or Private sector organization.
  • Candidates must hold a Bachelor’s degree in Law, Political Science, International Relations or other related disciplines with a minimum of five (5) years postgraduate work experience in related field. Or Master’sdegree in Law, Political Science, International Relations or other related disciplines with a minimum of two (2) years postgraduate work experience.

Core Competencies:

  • Learning Orientation: Develops and monitors the implementation of learning and development plans for the team. Establishes mechanisms to facilitate and encourage knowledge sharing in own area.
  • Communication with Influence: Projects authority and credibility and makes impact. Communicates in a clear, to - the - point and convincing manner in order to inform or influence opinions of others. Presents the key points of the argument persuasively.
  • Building Relationship: Establishes a wide network of internal and externa  lcontacts that enables the individual to gather information and utilise the strengths and abilities of others in order to enhance organisational and performance.
  • Forster Accountability Culture: Anticipates obstacles realistically and plans for contingencies - creates plans that factor in time for unexpected problems and uncertainties.

Other Relevant Skills:

  • Good communication and planning skills.
  • Demonstrable knowledge of international organizations.
  • Demonstrate the ability to interact with people with various expertise and consolidate their inputs.
  • Demonstrate effective ability for teamwork, as well as the ability to work independently.
  • Have demonstrated excellent analytical capability.
  • Have a full knowledge of computer systems including internet navigation and various Microsoft office applications such as MS - Word, MS - Excel, MS - Access and MS - PowerPoint.
  • Excellent research, report writing and drafting skills.
  • An in-depth understanding of the African human rights system and of comparative or international human rights law.
  • Good analytical skills and knowledge of the African Union policies and procedures.
  • Excellent drafting legal pleadings and argumentative skills
  • Strong analytical skills and ability to prepare legal submissions and opinions.
  • Concentration, accuracy, and ability to workunder minimum supervision and under pressure.
  • Respect for confidentiality and good public relations.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a multi-cultural environment.

Language Requirement:

  • Candidates must have an excellent command of at least one of the African Union working languages (English, French, Arabic and Portuguese). Knowledge of one other language or several working languages would be an added advantage.

Tenure of Appointment:

  • The appointment will be made on a fixed term contract for a period of two (2) years and six(6) months (Non - Renewable).

Gender Mainstreaming:

  • The ACHPR is an equal opportunity employer; qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Salary
The net salary for this post shall be USD 77, 122.80 (all-inclusive).

Interested and qualified candidates should send a complete application which should include a cover letter, a CV, relevant certificate/diploma, at least 1 reference, and any other material/ information deemed necessary to supporting the application.

Applications may be submitted via email to: achpr.humanresources@africa-union.org  with the subject line "Research Officer" or in person.

Applications should be addressed to the postal address indicated below:
Secretariat of the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights,
31 Bijilo Annex Layout, Kombo North District, Western Region,
P.O. Box 673, Banjul,
The Gambia.
Tel: (+220) 441 05 05, (+220) 441 05 06


Click here for more information

 

 

Job Title: Interpreter / Translator - English

Ref ID: No ACHPR/2021/05
Duty Station: Banjul, The Gambia
Employment Type: Full time
Grade: P4 (Regular)
Supervisor: Secretary to the Commission
Department: African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights

Job Purpose

  • Be responsible for the Interpretation at the sessions and meetings of the ACHPR as well as for translating of the documents of the ACHPR from French, or Portuguese/Arabic into English.

Major Duties and Responsibilities
Under the overall supervision and guidance of the Secretary to the Commission, the Interpreter/Translator shall perform the following duties and responsibilities:

Main Functions:

  • Carry out functions related to the functioning of the Interpretation and Translation Unit
  • Liaise with the various Units of the ACHPR  for coordination and alignment purposes
  • Prepare budgets for the Translation and Interpretation Unit in accordance with relevant frameworks.
  • Maintain databases, records and registers of Translation and Interpretation Unit for accountability and control.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Provide simultaneous, interpretation during conferences, statutory Sessions and meetings of the ACHPR audience’s discussions etc.
  • Provide consecutive , liaison and other forms of interpretation whenever required
  • Check appropriate references to ensure exact understanding of use of AU technical terminologies.
  • Ensure all documents of the ACHPR are prepared in all working languages of the African Union, and that all documents emanating from the ACHPR are of an impeccable standard in terminology, syntax, style and presentation, and provide quality translation of working documents on a wide range of subject matters in a timely manner.
  • Check working documents before interpretation and before  and after translation to ensure contextual understanding, linguistic accuracy and conformity with established AU terminologies.
  • Regularly consult colleagues, specialised dictionaries/glossaries, data banks;
  • Refer to appropriate reference sources to ensure translation accuracy.
  • Participate in the development of AU terminology database by compiling terms in the course of their work into glossaries for subsequent validation by the Reviser and inclusion in the ACHPR in-house terminology bank.
  • Regularly update specific terminologies, phrases, special expressions, lexicons and acronyms in order to expand vocabulary and enhance skills.
  • Have a good working knowledge of the Computer Assisted Translation Tool (CATT);
  • Protect the confidentiality of information;
  • Ensure quality translation of working documents on a wide range of subject matters in a timely manner and in the respective AU working languages; and
  • Perform any other duty relevant to their work as may be assigned by the Secretary to the Commission, the Deputy Secretary to the Commission or immediate supervisor.

Academic Requirements and Work Experience

  • Candidates must have a Master’s Degree in Interpretation, Translation, Modern Languages or related fields from a recognized institution.
  • 7 years  experience as an interpreter / Translator out of which 3 years should be at expert level. 
  • A degree in Legal studies will be an added advantage.
  • Certification of Translator/ Interpreter’s professional member status from a recognized professional body is essential.

Other Required skills
Functional Skills and competencies:

  • Good translation and editing skills, with the ability to produce accurate and clear translations.
  • Excellent writing skills.
  • Good communication and interpretational skills.
  • Good computer literacy (Microsoft Office).

Personal Abilities:

  • Ability to work in a multicultural and international work environment.
  • Ability to work on own initiative and work with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to work in a proactive manner.
  • Ability to work in teams and collaborate with peers.
  • Ability to work under pressure and met tight deadline.

Knowledge and Understanding:

  • Experience in linguistic research and development data-base.
  • Knowledge of Computer Assisted Translation Tool (CATT).
  • An understanding of the confidential nature of this area of work.

Leadership Competencies:

  • Strategic Insight: Assesses and links short-term, day-to-day tasks in the context of long-term business strategies or a long-term perspective; considers whether short-term goals will meet long-term objectives.
  • Developing others: Is able to work in a team and share ideas with others.
  • Change Management: Develops new approaches and takes calculated risks in trying something new. Fosters a climate in which others feel safe to contribute their suggestions.
  • Managing Risk: Takes moderate risks in pursuing new ideas that will enhance a project. Makes decisions with potential negative consequences.

Core Competencies:

  • Building Relationship: Establishes a wide network of internal and external contacts that enables the individual to gather information and utilise the strengths and abilities of others in order to enhance organisational and performance.
  • Forster Accountability Culture: Anticipates obstacles realistically and plans for contingencies-creates plans that factor in time for unexpected problems and uncertainties.
  • Learning Orientation: Develops and monitors the implementation of learning and development plans for the team. Establishes mechanisms to facilitate and encourage knowledge sharing in own area.
  • Communication with Influence: Projects authority and credibility and makes impact. Communicates in a clear, to-the-point and convincing manner in order to inform or influence opinions of others. Presents the key points of the argument persuasively.

Functional Competencies

  • Conceptual Thinking: Makes multiple causal links, analyses relationships among several parts of a problem or situation. Anticipates obstacles and thinks ahead about next steps.
  • Job Knowledge Sharing: Identifies opportunities, methods and approaches for delivering value through improved information management. Delivers relevant knowledge and information in most appropriate form.
  • Drive for Result: Respects team goals and focuses work to meet goals that are a definite stretch, but not unrealistic or impossible. Delivers to specific goals and improves performance.
  • Continuous Improvement Orientation: Improves performance by doing something that may be new and different in the organization, but not necessarily new to the public sector. 

Language Requirement:

  • Applicants must be proficient in English language and French of the AU working languages. Knowledge of Arabic or Portuguese or several other AU working languages would be a distinct advantage.

Tenure of Appointment:

  • The appointment will be a regular appointment for a period of three (3) years, the first twelve months of which will be considered as a probationary period. Thereafter, the contract will be for a renewable period of two years, subject to satisfactory performance.

Gender Mainstreaming:

  • The ACHPR is an equal opportunity employer; qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Remuneration

  • Indicative basic salary of US$ 42,879.00 (P4 Step 1) per annum plus other related entitlements e.g. Post adjustment (46% of basic salary), Housing allowance US$17,514.00 per annum, education allowance (100% of tuition and other education related expenses for every eligible dependent up to a maximum of US$10,000.00 per child per annum), etc. for internationally recruited staff and a maximum of US$ 3,300.00 per child per annum for every eligible dependent for national and locally recruited staff.   

Interested and qualified candidates should submit the following:

  • Cover letter, a CV, relevant certificate/diploma, at least 1 reference, and any other material / information deemed necessary to supporting the application
  • At least 1 reference

Applications can be ashould be submitted to: achpr.humanresources@africa-union.org using the subject line “Interpreter / Translator - English” or in person.

Applications should be submitted not later than the closing date above and should be addressed to the postal address below or email indicated above.
Secretariat of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights
31 Bijilo Annex Layout, Kombo North District, Western Region,
P.O. Box, 673 Banjul,
The Gambia.

Tel: (+220) 441 05 05, (+220) 441 05 06

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Job Title: Senior Litigation Expert (Fixed term, non-renewable)

Vacancy No: ACHPR/2021/03
Duty Station: Banjul, The Gambia
Employment type: Fixed term, Non - renewable
Grade: P3-5
Supervisor: Secretary to the Commission
Department: African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights.

Job Details

  • The African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights (ACHPR) is an organ of the African Union established by virtue of Article 30 of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights. It was adopted by the OAU Assembly on 28 June 1981 and came into force on 21 October 1986 under the Organization of the African Unity to promote human and Peoples’ Rights and ensure their protection in Africa. The ACHPR’s was inaugurated on 12 June 1989 and its seat is in Banjul, the Gambia.

Job Purpose

  • Be responsible to work closely with the Commission to prepare document on cases for referral to the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights.

Major Duties and Responsibilities

  • Under the overall supervision and guidance of the Secretary to the Commission, the Senior Litigation Expert shall perform the following duties and responsibilities:
    • Assist Commissioners in drafting legal pleadings  on communications pending before the Commission and which require referral to the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights;
    • Assist Commissioners in drafting replies on cases before the Court;
    • Prepare reports and fact sheets on the status of cases assigned to him/her;
    • Timely follow up on cases assigned to him/her;
    • Assist Commissioners in legal research and analysis of legislation and jurisprudence;
    • Liaise with relevant stakeholders to gather needed information to buttress arguments in the case;
    • Provide legal assistance to the Secretary to the Commission in  her day-to-day work as may be required;
    • Perform any other duties as required.

Academic Requirements and Work Experience

  • Candidates must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Law with a minimum of eight (8) postgraduate work experience or a Master’s Degree in Human Rights with five (5) years postgraduate work experience. Admission to the Bar in an AU Member State and practicing as an Attorney or Advocate is an added advantage. Any other qualification in the area of human rights law would be an added advantage.
  • Candidates must be familiar with the African Human Rights system.  He/she must have an experience in drafting legal pleadings and court litigation preferably on human rights and before regional or international mechanisms; experience with the African Court will be an added advantage.

Other Relevant Skills:

  • An in-depth understanding of the African human rights system and of comparative or international human rights law;
  • Good knowledge of the African Union policies and procedures;
  • Excellent drafting legal pleadings and argumentative skills;
  • Strong analytical skills and ability to prepare legal submissions and opinions;
  • Concentration, accuracy, and ability to work under minimum supervision and under pressure;
  • Respect for confidentiality and good public relations;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a multi-cultural environment;
  • Good communication and planning skills;
  • Demonstrable knowledge of international organizations;
  • Computer literacy

Core Competencies:

  • Building Relationship: Establishes a wide network of internal and external contacts that enables the individual to gather information and utilise the strengths and abilities of others in order to enhance organisational and performance.
  • Forster Accountability Culture: Anticipates obstacles realistically and plans for contingencies-creates plans that factor in time for unexpected problems and uncertainties.
  • Learning Orientation: Develops and monitors the implementation of learning and development plans for the team. Establishes mechanisms to facilitate and encourage knowledge sharing in own area.
  • Communication with Influence: Projects authority and credibility and makes impact. Communicates in a clear, to-the-point and convincing manner in order to inform or influence opinions of others. Presents the key points of the argument persuasively.

Language Requirement:

  • Candidates must have an excellent command of at least one of the African Union working languages.

Tenure of Appointment:

  • The appointment will be made on a fixed term contract for a period of two (2) years six (6) months (Non-renewable)

Gender Mainstreaming:

  • The ACHPR is an equal opportunity employer; qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Salary
US $88,832.14 per annum.

Interested and qualified candidates should send a complete application which should include a cover letter, a CV, relevant certificate/diploma, at least 1 reference, and any other material/ information deemed necessary to supporting the application.

Applications may be submitted via email to: achpr.humanresources@africa-union.org  with the subject line "Senior Litigation Expert" or in person.

Applications should be addressed to the postal address indicated below:
Secretariat of the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights,
31 Bijilo Annex Layout, Kombo North District, Western Region,
P.O. Box 673, Banjul,
The Gambia
Tel: (+220) 441 05 05, (+220) 441 05 06

Click here for more information

 

 



Job Title: Senior Planning, Monitoring Evaluation Officer (Fixed term non-renewable)

Location: Banjul, The Gambia.
Grade: P3-5
Supervisor: Secretary to the Commission
DirectorateAfrican Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights

Job Purpose

  • The Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation officer will be responsible for designing and implementing the Monitoring and Evaluation activities of the ACHPR; assisting the Secretary to the Commission in preparing Quarterly, mid-year, and annual reports on progress and performance in meeting the mandate of ACHPR and will monitor the project activities on a regular basis, developing and maintaining the MIS of the Project.

Major Duties and Responsibilities

  • Under the overall supervision and guidance of the Secretary to the Commission to the Commission, the Senior Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer shall perform the following duties and responsibilities:

Planning, Designing, Coordination and Management:

  • Develop and implement a robust MEAL System for ACHPR, ensuring that it is institutionalized within the existing ACHPR management framework. This includes establishing policy, procedure, theories of change and tools for data collection and use consistent with M&E resources, log frame to demonstrate results and impact and build ACPR staff capacity to understand and use the M&E system
  • Work with ACHPR staff to collect activity-specific quantitative and qualitative data, maintain quality assurance of data collected, coordinate overall ACHPR quantitative and qualitative data collection
  • Lead the compilation, validation and analysis of data collected from Intervention and activities of ACPHR & AU member states, consolidate into reports and disseminate for knowledge management
  • Establish and promote programming quality and innovation, which will be achieved through developing and improving monitoring, evaluation, impact assessment and learning methodologies
  • Ensure that all activities in the ACHPR are continually monitored and that lessons are documented and communicated to inform on-going implementation and future programming
  • Guide the ACHPR Team in designing and implementing activities that are outcome and impact-focused and enhance accountability to stakeholders in line with International donors' policies and practices
  • Provide strategic support to the ACHPR for improved project management and implementation informed by Project Design documents, Annual work plan and M&E Result frameworks
  • Develop and update monitoring tools to track ACHPR and other project activities, develop and update M&E Plan consistent with the annual E framework, Log frame, in consultation with ACHPR staff
  • Update the progress and provide timely analysis to develop and update ACHPR overall strategic plan and framework, outcome and impact chain and intervention logics;
  • Support ACHPR management team and staff in developing and implementing organization annual work plans, overall monitoring framework including capturing of learning and achievements
  • Lead the development and coordinate ACHPR staff in preparing indicator protocol sheets (indicator description/profile) of project indicators mentioned in project documents;
  • Lead the development of comprehensive baseline statistics for key project variables, coordinate setting of target and collect periodic data and information against the baseline to assess and report on the overall progress of these variable
  • Take lead in developing monitoring and evaluation tools and process and coordinate with Monitoring and Evaluation Unit of donors to obtain guidance and updates on policies and guidelines on M&E.

Knowledge Management, Accountability, Research and Learning:

  • Ensuring proper dissemination of information and knowledge management among relevant stakeholders through intranet and e-learning opportunities.
  • Lead and strengthen MEAL Communities of Practice, discussion fora, learning events for cross team learning and sharing to improve quality of programming in Human and Peoples Rights.
  • Ensure learning from reports, researches, studies, assessments, evaluations, program reviews is disseminated and incorporated in management, planning, decision and development of future project.
  • Facilitate cross-organizational sharing of good practices between organizations, agencies, institutions local and international engaged in Human and Peoples Rights works and interventions.
  • Maintain an up-to-date knowledge of both current, and newly emerging monitoring, evaluation and accountability methods related or specific to Human and Peoples’ Rights;
  • Support the development of Human and Peoples & Rights accountability feedback mechanisms and the analysis and documentation of feedback received from country programs for learning purposes.
  • Lead organization and delivery of learning and reflection workshops and other programmatic learning processes and products (e.g. learning papers, evaluation summaries, discussions on online Communities of Practice).
  • Enable ACHPR to develop its capacity to conduct and deliver high quality researches on Human and Peoples Rights issues.
  • Conceptualize and manage research/studies on Human and Peoples’ Rights to support the development of strategic and innovative programs.
  • Foster strategic links with academics/academic institutions for the purposes of undertaking research to improve knowledge management in ACHPR.

Program Performance, Results & Quality Assurance:

  • Develop and implement an effective M & E mechanism for Results-based Management.
  • Establish internal control system and Standard Operating Procedures that will transit ACHPR towards Results-based Management.
  • Ensure quality control of results (from formulation, implementation and closure) that deliver results, build capacity of ACHPR to develop evidence-based programs informed by Theory of Change.
  • Develop appropriate formats and monitoring tools for collecting data on all ACPR activities and from different sources producing data on Human and Peoples Rights.
  • Working in consultation and coordination with relevant ACHPR staff take lead role in developing effective database on ACHPR activities and Human and Peoples Rights Issues.
  • Facilitate review of progress on monthly and quarterly basis to ensure annual targets are achieved and participate in development of remedial actions and ensure disparities between planned and actual outputs are addressed.

Program Review, Monitor, Evaluation, Reporting, Communication:

  • Design and conduct a system for field visits, and data verification in order to ensure that the quality of information that ACHPR and partners report is accurate, timely and relevant.
  • Facilitate regular monitoring visits ACHPR activity area, closely working with regional HR monitoring NGOs and CSOs to conduct qualitative and quantitative assessment of the implementation status.
  • Take lead in liaising with development partners in consultation and coordination with ACHPR team in resolving issues related to delivery of sustainable results.
  • Take lead role to organize and facilitate ACHPR monthly performance review meetings to review monthly activity implementation and lead evaluation activities of ACHPR.
  • Work closely with the media and communication officer/department of ACHPR to disseminate information on activities and results to increase public awareness of the mandate, functions of the ACHPR.
  • Establish documentation and reporting culture within ACHPR, collect, compile, analyze data and information produced by ACHPR staff and other partners, consolidate and produce monthly, quarterly and annual reports for ACHPR take lead role in submission of quality, accurate and timely of reports to donors and partners.

Capacity Development of ACHPR:

  • Identify M&E capacity gap, challenges and needs of ACHPR and individual staff and develop capacity development plan to enhance their capacity in planning, monitoring and evaluation.
  • Through training and mentorship build individual and institutional capacity of ACHPR in planning research, monitoring and evaluation for delivery of results, accountability and reporting.
  • Provide continuous coaching and technical support to ACHPR staff on program reviews, monitoring, and evaluation to strengthen institutional capacity and M&E system for delivery of sustainable results.

Academic Requirements and Work Experience

  • Candidates must hold a Bachelor's Degree in Monitoring and Evaluation, Statistics, Operations Management, Program Management or Project Management or other related fields of study with eight (8) years experience. Or a Master's Degree in Monitoring and Evaluation, Statistics, Operations Management, Programmer Management or Project Management or other related fields of study with a minimum of five (5) years postgraduate work experience in related field.
  • Candidates must have relevant working experience working at a supervisory level in MEL with proven experience in managing, developing and executing MEL strategies and systems, in an international or continental environment.

Other Required Skills
Experience and Knowledge:

  • Proven experience setting up M&E system specifically for Development or Human and Peoples Right intervention.
  • Proven experience training and building capacity of AU Institutions.
  • Excellent experience in designing and implementing innovative MEL system.
  • Good experience working with staff from multi-cultural background, partners and stakeholders
  • Proficient in latest versions of Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Proven experience in MEL frameworks, policies, procedures, and best practices
  • Knowledge and cross-cultural approaches (conflict-sensitive programming, gender-sensitivity)

Functional Skills and competencies

  • Exceptional presentation and writing skills.
  • Dynamic, creative, organized and detailed-oriented;
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to be a team player;
  • Exceptional analytical skills.

Personal Abilities:

  • Enthusiasm and willingness to learn;
  • Ability to take initiative and deliver under minimum supervision;
  • Sensitive to participatory and learning-oriented approaches;

Core Competencies
Building Relationship:

  • Establishes a wide network of internal and external contacts that enables the individual to gather information and utilize the strengths and abilities of others in order to enhance organizational and performance.

Forster Accountability Culture:

  • Anticipates obstacles realistically and plans for contingencies-creates plans that factor in time for unexpected problems and uncertainties.

Learning Orientation:

  • Develops and monitors the implementation of learning and development plans for the team. Establishes mechanisms to facilitate and encourage knowledge sharing in own area.

Communication with Influence:

  • Projects authority and credibility and makes impact. Communicates in a clear, to-the-point and convincing manner in order to inform or influence opinions of others. Presents the key points of the argument persuasively.

Language Requirement:

  • Proficiency in English and fluency in any other AU official working language would be an added advantage.  

Tenure of Appointment:

  • The appointment will be made on a fixed contract for a period of two (2) years and six (6) months (non-renewable).

Gender Mainstreaming:

  • The ACHPR is an equal opportunity employer; qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Remuneration
The net salary for this post shall be $88,832.14 per annum (all-inclusive).

Interested and qualified candidates should send a complete application which should include a cover letter, a CV, relevant certificate/diploma, at least 1 reference, and any other material/ information deemed necessary to supporting the application.

Applications may be submitted via email to: achpr.humanresources@africa-union.org  with the subject line "Senior Planning, Monitoring Evaluation Officer" or in person.

Applications should be addressed to the postal address indicated below:
Secretariat of the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights,
31 Bijilo Annex Layout, Kombo North District, Western Region,
P.O. Box 673, Banjul,
The Gambia.
Tel: (+220) 441 05 05, (+220) 441 05 06

Click here for more information

 

Application Deadline 5th May, 2021.

 

Note: Only candidates shortlisted for interview will be contacted.


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