Qualification Secondary School Diploma is required.
University degree in public administration, political science, development studies, public policy and legal management is an asset.
University degree in relevant discipline is highly desirable and may substitute for some of the required years of experience.
Excellent written and oral communication and presentation skills;
Willingness to undertake regular travel to local courts and prosecution offices covered by the case decongestion initiative;
Ability to build partnerships with national and local actors, monitor case decongestion activities and report back to GOJUST with concise analysis and advice.
Excellent research skills both for qualitative and quantitative research purposes; and
Excellent skills in using Word, Excel, Power point and other Microsoft Office software.
Practical knowledge of justice sector agencies;
Basic understanding of procedures and rules as well as the reasons for congestion and delays in cases.