RIGHTS/LEGAL SPECIALIST & TRAINER
month fixed contract (Tbilisi based with some travel to Kutaisi and Batumi).
the overall guidance of the WomenAid Project Management Team and in close
collaboration with other staff of the Tbilisi based Health & Gender
Equity Centre, the Human Rights/Legal Specialist Trainer will lead on
the development of the human rights advocacy and awareness programme,
legislation development and the provision of human rights training.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
formulate, develop and implement training modules/seminars on women’s
rights, including the development of questionnaires and survey materials;
and manage the human rights unit activities of the project, including
training and field activities;
of all human rights components in project reports;
collaborate and consult with all project partners and beneficiaries, arrange
and attend meetings, producing reports/minutes of meetings as necessary;
collect relevant data/information and maintain administrative and financial
records and participate in general office administration.
ability to work collaboratively and effectively as a member of a team;
in preparation of project reports.
degree in a relevant field and expertise in Georgian legal background and
especially in women’s human rights.
of, and commitment to, gender equity with knowledge of relevant
international and national human rights instruments and legislation.
experience of human rights training and awareness raising skills.
experience with an international and/or national NGO and a methodical,
accurate approach to work with an ability to perform well under pressure.
in project planning, monitoring, evaluation and reporting.
and communication skills with the ability to work in a team;
computer literacy in all Microsoft office programs, including data
and excellence English, Russian and Georgian language skills, both written
PROGRAMME AND DEDICATED WEBSITE
are invited for the following:
HUMAN RIGHTS/LEGAL SPECIALIST/TRAINER
International Caucasus is the Caucasus regional representative partner of
WomenAid International (WAI), a British based humanitarian and development
agency, that also advocates for human rights awareness and gender equality. WAI
began its operations in the Caucasus in 1994 in partnership with ECHO, WFP and
GENDER VIOLENCE’ TRAINING PROGRAMME
United Nations Voluntary Trust Fund has awarded WomenAid International-Caucasus
funds to implement a 12 month national programme of awareness raising and gender
sensitivity training in gender violence issues and women’s human rights to
police, law enforcement officers, service providers and other professionals in
The project will produce an
‘Understanding Gender Violence’ Toolkit and dedicated website.
WomenAid International-Caucasus will implement the project through the
Tbilisi based Health & Gender Equity Centre.
will be short listed according to their ability to meet the criteria listed in
the job specification and a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and
effectively, as a member of a team is essential.
DEADLINE: February 10, 2003
applicants should submit
detailed cover letter explaining their qualifications and
suitability for the position
International Caucasus Office,
Khvichia Street, Tbilisi, Georgia 380060, Tel/Fax:
(995 32) 37 92 70
will be accepted every working day from 11.00 hrs to 18.00 hrs