The Promoting Justice Project (PROJUST) is a 5-year initiative funded by USAID, whose objective is to provide customized direct and indirect support at the state and national levels for the final push towards the June 2016 Constitutional Criminal Justice Reform (CJR) deadline for full transition to the New Criminal Justice System (NCJS), in implementation since 2008. This support will contribute to broader USG and GoM efforts to mitigate conflict, reduce impunity, and promote a more transparent and efficient justice system in Mexico. The project is organized into five tasks: Advance Legislative Reform; Increase Prosecutorial & Judicial Effectiveness; Increase Public Support for the NCJS; Strengthen Analytic & Quality Control Capabilities of Targeted Justice Institutions; and Increase Access to Justice & Improve Victims’ Assistance.
Place of assignment:
Mexico City. Mexican nationals are strongly encouraged to apply.
PROJUST focuses on incorporating a gender perspective into all areas of NCJS implementation the project supports. For this upcoming year, PROJUST is seeking qualified Gender Specialists to work as consultants for anticipated capacity building activities. The Gender Specialist consultant will utilize a PROJUST-developed training program to provide justice sector operators with tools to process and analyze cases with a gendered perspective. This position may also work on developing, revising, and/or adapting a capacity-building guide for operators in the NCJS. The emphasis of this guide is gender and its relationship with the oral, accusatory system and gender issues in the criminal justice system. The consultant may also provide training to justice sector operators and counterparts on gender issues. Please note that the frequency and subject areas of training courses implemented by PROJUST will vary depending on counterpart capacity building needs throughout the upcoming year.
Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.
MSI is an EEO/AA/ADA Veterans Employer.
This vacancy is archived.