About Ministry of Justice:
The Ministry of Justice, as the key ministry of the government, is responsible and committed to providing quality judicial and legal services to the citizens of the country through the design, drafting, verification of legislative documents and during its timely process and publication, defense of movable assets and Government real estate, providing free legal aid to needy suspects and defendants, resolving legal disputes at an early stage (before going to court), providing legal awareness to the public, registering populations and political parties, and overseeing their performance Provide guidance and coordination with government departments on the implementation of their human rights obligations and oversee the implementation of international human rights conventions in government departments and the translation of government legal documents.
|Job Location:||Badakhshan Badghis Baghlan Balkh Bamian Daikondi Farah Faryab Ghazni Ghowr Helmand Herat Jawzjan Kabul Kandahar Kapisa Khost Kunar Kunduz Laghman Logar Nangarhar Nimruz Nuristan Oruzgan Paktia Panjshir Parwan Samangan Sar-e Pol Takhar Wardak Zabul Paktika|
|Employment Type:||Full Time|
|Salary:||In accordance with the administration policy|
|No. Of Jobs:||40|
|Organization:||Ministry of Justice|
|Years of Experience:||Not required.|
|Contract Duration:||six months|
|Education:||Graduates of the Faculty of Law and Sharia|
- The Department of Legal Aid is one of the professional departments of the Ministry of Justice of the Islamic Republic of Iran. Suspects, defendants, convicts, and criminals provide legal assistance to poor women and children in civil cases.
- The Legal Aid Department conducts its activities in the provinces through the Legal Aid Department of the relevant provincial justice departments.
- Graduation from law faculties (judiciary and prosecution) or Sharia in 1397, 1398, and 1399 AH, graduation documents must be approved by the Ministry of Higher Education, otherwise, people will not be shortlisted.
- Lack of work experience in public and private sector offices.
- Familiarity with computer programs (Office).
- Fluency in one of the national languages (Pashto, Dari)
- Commitment and interest in the practical work period in the General Directorate of Government Cases.
- Adherence to the presence and observance of the Civil Service Law and related labor laws.
Bill of Duties:
- Study of legislative documents related to the field of work, regulation of legal aid regulation and national policy of legal aid, procedures and work instructions of the Department of Legal Aid.
- Collaborate with legal assistants in areas of work designated by legal aid directorates.
- Collaborate in the preparation of work plans of the Legal Aid Department.
- Collaborate in arranging cases to advise and guide legal assistants.
- Collaborate with legal assistants in writing litigation, dismissal, objection, objection, and other legal documents.
- Participate in court hearings along with legal aid based on the guidance of the legal aid office.
- Prepare letters, notes, and notes from meetings.
- Participate in checking the case register book.
- Participate in training and capacity-building programs, especially gender equality and women’s rights programs, case registration, etc. under the guidance of the Legal Aid Officer.
- Cooperation in the administrative departments of the Legal Aid Department.
- Preparing and presenting a report on the activities carried out in accordance with the proposed plan and the necessity of the administration and the supporting institution.
- Perform other duties assigned to him/her by the Legal Aid Officer.
- application form (CV) with the relevant position or province.
- Copy of approved ID or passport.
- Educational documents: A copy of the graduation document from one of the public or private universities (if you have a study document from abroad, it must have a study document approved by the Ministry of Education and Foreign Affairs.
- Eligible candidates can send their application form (CV) along with a copy of their ID card and a copy of their graduation certificate from the university, mentioning the relevant province to the email address [email protected]
If eligible do not have access to the Internet, they can submit their documents (application, copy of ID card, and copy of their graduation certificate) in Kabul to the Gender Unit of the Ministry of Justice and in the provinces, to the Municipal Legal Aid Directorate of the relevant provincial directorate. Submit
Only shortlisted people will be contacted and the recruitment process for eligible candidates in the provinces will take place in the same provinces. Eligible applicants must indicate their respective provinces when sending the CV.