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Human Rights Center (HRC) is announcing vacancy on the position of the human rights lawyer/analyst.


Human Rights Lawyer/Analyst 

Working hours: Full time
Main duties:  
  • Preparation of analytical documents and recommendations with regard to human rights issues;
  • Review and analysis of international human rights standards, best practices of foreign countries and relevant researches for the advocacy of human rights issues and for the conduct of new surveys;
  • Participation in the working meetings of different formats on behalf of HRC for the advocacy purposes;
  • Participation in the sessions and discussions organized by the Parliamentary Committees of Human Rights and Legal Issues of the Parliament of Georgia;
  • Implementation of other duties in the frame of the program, which are substantially linked with the responsibilities of the human rights lawyer/analyst. 
  • Higher education in human rights law (Master’s degree in human rights law or public law); 
  •  At least 3 years of work experience as a human rights lawyer (working experience of researcher and/or analyst is preference);
  • Excellent knowledge of English language;
  • Respect of human rights and equality;
  • Good working discipline, ability and motivation to work independently as well as in a team;
  • Good command of computer programs.

Salary: 1485 GEL (Gross)

Interested applicants are requested to send: 
  • Curriculum Vitae;
  • Motivation Letter (in English);
  •  Copy of diploma; 
  • Contact information  of 2 references, who may evaluate your professional skills;
  •  Information about the published article, blog, research or more and English language test certificate, if applicable.
The above-listed documents shall be sent to the mail: hridc@hridc.org  before 18:00 pm, on June 27, 2019. Please write Human Rights Lawyer-Analyst in the subject line. 

Incomplete applications will be rejected.

Only shortlisted candidates will be invited to the interviews. No phone calls please 

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