Title: Program Organizer (Communication), UN Torture Fund
Company Name: Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK)
Job Location: Dhaka
Employment Status: Contractual
∎ Master Degree in any subject with good academic record.
∎ Job Location: ASK office- Dhaka
∎ Reportable: Sr. Coordinator of Outcome-4 and secondarily accountable to Director Program
∎ Conduct fact findings on Human Rights Violation cases at anywhere of the country.
∎ Report writing on Fact Findings.
∎ Initiate follow up and action on the Fact Findings issue.
∎ Communicate with Survivors and their family.
∎ Draft letters and reports as required.
∎ Participate in trainings/workshops/ seminars related to Human Rights.
∎ Assist in Campaigning and lobbying activities.
∎ Any other job having mindset to do frequently field visit.
∎ Coordinate and work alongside local Human Rights Defenders, Journalist at district level.
∎ Prepare the programme reports in assistance of Assistant Coordinator & Counselor.
∎ Primarily Accountable for the work to the Sr. Coordinator of Outcome-4 and secondarily accountable to Director Program.
∎ Age at most 32 years
∎ Fresher's are encourage to apply
∎ The applicants should have experience in the area of NGO sectors.
∎ The applicant should have experience in similar position.
∎ Fluency both in Bengali & English.
∎ Ability to work under pressure.
∎ Applicant should have good computer knowledge especially in Microsoft Word, MS Excel and MS PowerPoint.
∎ General basic training of Trainers (TOT) will be preferable
∎ Experience on case management
∎ Tk. BDT 26,492/-
Job Source: Bdjobs.com Online Job Posting.
Application Deadline: 27 Jul 2021
∎ 20 Jul 2021
∎ Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK)
∎ Business : Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK), a national legal aid and human rights organization, was established in 1986. Over the last thirty years ASK has evolved a comprehensive approach to the promotion and protection of legal and human rights. Its strategies promote human rights awareness and community activism; offer legal aid through mediation and litigation, while clients are given psycho-social counseling; investigations into human rights violations and their documentation are supplemented by research which together lead to media campaigns to defend human rights, and public interest litigation for law and policy reform. Being committed to attaining gender equality at every sphere of life, ASK’s activities have special focus on women but providing legal aid to victims/survivors of arbitrary arrest, preventive detention and taking stand against unlawful evictions, extra judicial killings, torture and death in custody, condition of the prisoners and interests of the religious and ethnic minorities very much are its concerns. ASK?s advocacy is carried out both at the national level and international level. ASK’s publication are an important means of disseminating information and knowledge.
For more information about ASK and what we do visit our website at www.askbd.org