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Jobs at the African court on human and Peoples' Rights-Arusha Tanzania

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    ƒ Job title: Registrar of the court
    ƒ Post level: P6
    ƒ Department: Registry
    ƒ Supervisors: The Registrar shall work under the supervision of the President and be answerable to the Court

    Education Qualifications

    Candidates must have a minimum of an Advanced University degree (masters or
    equivalent) in law. A specialization in public international law would be an added

    Work Experience

    Candidates must have a minimum of fifteen (15) years relevant professional
    experience, at national or international level, in judicial or other relevant legal
    functions with regard to the above defined duties and responsibilities.

    Language Requirement

    An excellent command of at least one of the AU working languages (Arabic, English,
    French and Portuguese). Knowledge of any of the other three will be an added

    Age Requirement

    Age limit shall not be more than 55 years old.

    Tenure of Appointment

    The appointment will be regular appointment for a period of three (3) years, the
    first twelve months of which will be considered as a probationary period.
    Thereafter, the contract will be for a period of two years renewable, subject to
    satisfactory performance.

    9. Gender Mainstreaming

    The African Court is an equal opportunity employer; qualified women are strongly
    encouraged to apply.


    To apply, please submit the following:
    a. A letter stating reasons for seeking employment with the African Court
    on Human and PeoplesÂ’ Rights;
    b. A detailed and updated CV, indicating your nationality, age and gender
    (comply with requirements for candidates wishing to apply for posts in
    African Court);
    c. Names and contact details (including email address) of three referees;
    d. Certified copies of degrees and diplomas.


    Indicative basic salary of US$ 54,776.00 per annum plus other related entitlements
    e.g. post adjustment (42% of basic salary), education allowance (75% of school fees
    up to a maximum of US$7,800.00 per child per annum to a maximum of four
    children aged 21 years maximum), spouse allowance (5% of the basic salary), child
    allowance (US$250 per annum per child up to four children aged 21 years
    maximum), etc. in accordance with the Rules and Regulations governing
    International Civil Servants of the African Union. In addition, the Registrar will be
    entitled to an official residence.

    Address for submission of Applications

    Applications should be submitted not later than 31 August 2011 and should be
    addressed to the postal address or email indicated hereunder:

    African Court on Human and PeoplesÂ’ Rights
    P.O. Box. 6274
    Arusha, Tanzania
    Tel : + 255 732 979506/9
    Fax : + 255 732 979503
    E-mail :