Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission ( Child Border Supervisor in Spin Boldak )

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The Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) is the only national human rights body mandated by the Afghan constitution to monitor, protect, and promote human rights in Afghanistan. The Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) is fully independent in its planning, implementation and implementation of its work plan, budget and implementation, in accordance with the Law on its Establishment.

Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission ( Child Border Supervisor in Spin Boldak )
Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission ( Child Border Supervisor in Spin Boldak )

Details

  • Location: Kandahar
  • Organization: Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission
  • Job Title: Child Border Supervisor in Spin Boldak
  • No of opportunity: 1
  • Gender: Male and Female
  • Application type: Online
  • Salary: As organization salary Scale
  • National: Afghan
  • Education:
  • Experience:
  • Deadline: 07. May. 2021

Duties and Responsibility

  • Prepare weekly and monthly reports on registered forms;
  • Monitoring the situation of children in the Spineboldak border valley;
  • Conducting interviews with children at the border at least three days a week at the Spineboldak border;
  • Conducting at least 100 interviews per month (70 boys and 30 girls) or more if needed;
  • Monitoring the situation of children in districts near the border;
  • Monitoring the situation of child laborers working in brick kilns as well as factories;
  • Participate in open meetings if public relations is not present;
  • Coordinate closely and send acute cases of child human rights violations to the monitoring and grievance departments in the day-to-day administration;
  • Participate in meetings of government institutions on improving the situation of migrant and working children at the border;
  • Carrying out monitoring missions on the rights of the child and conducting interviews in accordance with the procedure established by the Commission;
  • Participate in workshops to monitor human rights/children’s rights and how to use the database;
  • Participate in workshops organized by the Commission’s headquarters to monitor human rights and children’s rights;
  • Compliance with the rules, regulations, and bills of the commission by the employees of the department;
  • Observance of the “principles of confidentiality or confidentiality”, the approach of “non-harm” and the best interests of the child always by the Border Patrol of the Rights of the Child at all times and in all places;
  • Other matters entrusted to him/her by the Head of Office and the Coordinator / Master.

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Eligibility

  • Bachelor of Laws, Social Sciences and Journalism;
  • Two years of work-related work experience;
  • Familiarity with data entry and form filling houses;
  • Proficiency in reading and writing in two official languages (Persian and Pashto);
  • Travel to provinces and districts covered by the work area;
  • The applicant must be a resident of Spinboldak or Kandahar;
  • Computer skills and programs required;
  • Proficiency in English.

How to Apply

The Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) is recruiting one of these qualified staff at the Kandahar Regional Office as a Child Border Supervisor. Those interested in this job position can download the job application form and send it to vacancy@aihrc.org.af after the application is filled with their CV.

For more information in Dari Language please visit the official website of Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission.