|Date Posted:||Dec 6, 2010|
|Closing Date:||Dec 16, 2010|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Salary Range:||Salary is negotiableUSD|
|Years of Experience:||2 Years|
|Contract Duration:||Not specified|
|Possibility of Contract Extension:||false|
|Contract Type:||Short Term|
|Probation Period:||1 month|
About Corrections System Support Program (CSSP):
Assist with the implementation of case management, classification, Central Prisons Directorate (CPD) count systems and file management operations system and process within identified facilities within CPD. Assist in the development and implementation of select strategies, policies and plans affecting project operations, delivery of practice advisory, knowledge and learning services relating to case management and prisoner classification. Assist counterparts in the collection, verification and analysis of factual material in preparation of case management and classification summaries for inmates housed in the facilities. Develops and formulates appropriate individual program goals. Prepares written reports based on reviews of written records and adjustments to the facility and the program. Advise Afghan counterparts when periodically meeting with inmates to discuss each individual inmateâ€™s progress, attitude, any particular issue within the facility, or in selecting an appropriate program the inmate is requesting. Monitor Afghan counterparts to ensure they inform inmates of programs available along with any special needs services which may be used in addressing any concerns or possible issues. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Duties & Responsibilities:
The individual will be responsible for developing, coordinating, and insuring all legal files that incarcerate an individual in any MOJ â€“ CPD facility with copies of all pertinent and appropriate documentation from the Saranwhal, and the Courts are placed in the detainee/prisoners file. Having the ability to speak in and write in English and Dari will be essential and knowledge of the criminal justice process will also be an advantage.
1.A university Degree in Law (Preferred) with at least 2 years relevant experience or 2-4 years proven relevant Criminal Justice System experience in Afghan Government, INGO or any other US project.
2.Language knowledge and skills in Dari, Pashto and English at the usually associated with post secondary education in language.
3.Knowledge of the Afghan Criminal Law and procedure is preferred.
4.Must have a demonstrated ability in use of the computer programs for report generation in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
5.Demonstrated ability to present with clarity both in English and Dari reports and findings to ministerial level directors and their designees and have the ability to meet without prior introduction department heads and counterparts to obtain information that is absent from a file.
6.Ability to organize and direct others in the development of the work effort within the missions and goals established for the program.
7.Have the ability to lead and direct as (maybe) required to help a Provincial Criminal Justice Coordinating Council achieve its goals and those case managers in the remote provinces to also achieve the same goals.