University degree from faculty of law or Sharia and a thorough knowledge of Afghan laws; and intern
Work experience in the field of law 3-4 (e.g Years
University degree from faculty of law or Sharia and a thorough knowledge of Afghan laws; and international framework related to the beneficiaries. Candidate must have valid Afghanistan Independent Bar Association (AIBA) license Work experience in the field of law 3-4 years (e.g. courts attorney or legal aid agencies). Preferably experience of working with clients; Work experience from national or international organizations (Experience with returnees/IDPs issues is an asset. Experience from working in a project implementation position in a humanitarian/recovery context Previous experience from working in complex and volatile contexts Documented results related to the position’s responsibilities Able to work effectively within a multi-cultural team environment and a gender respectful settings Excellent counseling communication report writing and public speech skills with the ability to convey the message effectively to the target group Computer literate (Microsoft Office) Knowledge of Afghanistan context Experience in liaising with civilian and government authorities as well as with regional national and international institutions Experience in gender-mainstreaming and GBV projects Knowledge of the local languages (Pashto and Dari) and English is recommended knowledge of Afghanistan legal system knowledge of IDP policy
University degree from faculty of law or Sharia and a thorough knowledge of Afghan laws; and international framework related to the beneficiaries.
Handling insecure environment Planning and delivering results Empowering and building trust Communicating with impact and respect
Dari Pashto English
Monthly Salary based on NRC Afghanistan Salary Scale Top up Credit card on monthly basis Leave and Holidays accordingly Afghanistan Labor Law
Duties & Responsibilities
Provide free legal information counseling and assistance to refugee returnees IDPs and host community (beneficiaries) consistent with the applicable laws and procedures including timely and appropriate follow-up appeals etc.
Remain updated on current legislation and legal developments in Afghanistan and international protection frameworks.
Accurately register cases in the electronic database.
Maintain and update hard copy files of documents and pleadings in individual cases.
Participate in field visits for identification and follow up of cases when scheduled.
Participate in preparation of monthly reports thematic reports and correspondence with government officials and international organizations.
Bring legal problems of clients to the attention of relevant departments/stakeholders.
Represent NRC in national and internal meetings when requested.
Respect the anonymity of clients approaching NRC and the confidentiality of information received from any clients at all time.
Provide technical legal analysis and advisories to the ICLA program.
Prepare legal documentation to the ICLA clients required along the process of formal and informal dispute resolution mechanisms.
Ensure that projects beneficiaries most in need of protection are being targeted to explore and asses new and better ways to assist
Regular monitoring and tracking to ensure the project implementation meets the program and donor requirements.
Develop regular plans and monitor the implementation of the plans taking corrective measures as necessary.
Assist in ensuring optimal use of financial resources
Networking exchange information and co-operate with other local and international key actors represent NRC/ICLA in networks in consultations with Project Manager.
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