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INTERN-MONGU OFFICE ON VOLUNTARY BASIS

Human Rights Commission

The Human Rights Commission is a National Human Rights Institution established under Article 230 (i) of the

Constitution of Zambia with a broad mandate of ensuring that the Bill of Rights is upheld and protected.

The Commission is hereby inviting applications from suitably qualified individual to fill the following position.

INTERN – MONGU OFFICE ON VOLUNTARY BASIS FOR A PERIOD OF SIX (6) MONTHS

Qualifications

a) Full grade 12 Certificate

b) Candidates must be Zambian

c) Degree in Social Sciences

d) Knowledge and experience in Human Rights work will be an added advantage

Duties

i. Carrying out prompt, thorough and impartial investigations to ascertain the violation and or abuse of human rights

ii. Preparing and submiting timely and accurate investigation reports of human rights violation and abuse to facilitate

speedy action and redress

iii. Ensuring and undertaking regular visits to detention and... correctional facilities and other places of incarceration in

order to ensure compliance with the United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for Treatment of Prisoners (Mandela

Rules)

iv. Any other work incidental to or connected with the promotion and protection of human rights

Skills and Personal Attributes

1. Communication and interpersonal skills

2. Leadership and reliability

3. Creativity and problem solving

4. Self-motivated and confident

5. Time management skills

6. Team player

The Intern shall work on a voluntary basis and shall not be entitled to a salary. The intern will assist the Mongu Office

with office support and other delegated tasks which may require that he or she works out of station.

The Intern shall only be paid subsistence allowance and lunch allowance where these are applicable as prescribed in

the Commission’s Conditions of Service (which are subject to amendment in accordance with Public Service

Regulations).

HOW TO APPLY

All applications should be addressed to the undersigned not later than Friday, 18th November 2022.

Applications should enclose Curriculum Vitae and photocopies of relevant certificates. Original Certificates will be

required during interviews for the shortlisted candidates. Applicants are encouraged to bring their applications in

person or send them by registered post. Telephone enquires will not be entertained.

Applications should be addressed to:

The Director

Human Rights Commission

Human Rights House

Independence Avenue

P.O. Box 33812

LUSAKA

Women and Persons with Disability and local applicants are encouraged to apply
Mongu Zambia

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