The justice sector support program (jssp) seeks a professional ethics adviser. Duties are as follows:
duties include but are not limited to the following;
assist in developing and managing an in-house ethics training program within the attorney general office, ministry of justice, ministry of womens affairs, and the supreme court.
Coordinate with the jssp embedded staff in assessing current practices and procedures within the justice institutions. Develop an improvement plan in coordination with the justice institutions.
Help the justice institution conceptualize the elements of professional ethics practices and procedures in accordance with international best practices.
Develop training materials on professional ethics based on international best practices with relevancy to afghanistan and any applicable afghan laws.
Conduct training in the justice institutions with an emphasis on public service and patriotism. Build capacity by providing day-to-day mentoring in the justice institutions on improving professional ethics and supporting the justice institutions in developing a cadre of professionals who perform their duties with objectivity, due diligence and professional care, in accordance with professional standards.
Develop capacity of the afghan colleagues to help in transition.
Provide regular reporting on work activities or other reports required by the project management.
Be able to converse in-depth with senior ministerial leaders on ethics and sharia law.
Perform any other duties as assigned by the section lead, technical director, deputy chief of team and chief of team.
bachelors degree required.
Degree in sharia law highly preferred.
Ten years of work experience with at least three years of relevant experience is required.
Experience in conducting training for government officials is preferred.
Experience working in cross-cultural environments.
Knowledge of current professional ethics trends and best practices.
Demonstrable knowledge of sharia law.
Good understanding of capacity building within the afghan justice institutions.
Knowledge and understanding of the development sector.
Knowledge of afghan justice institutionsãâ codes of conduct.
excellent communication skills. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively verbally and in writing with staff at all levels of the organization.
Excellent written and oral english.
Excellent computer skills in using microsoft word, excel and powerpoint.
Ability to build effective working relationships remotely and quickly.
Ability to analyze complex situations and problems and identify an appropriate response to them.
Ability to work independently, and as part of a team, to build relationships with partners and clients.
Development and management of an effective and motivated team.
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