Competitive candidates will demonstrate the following:
-Substantive experience in the management of international technical assistance activities in developing countries, preferably in Egypt.
-USAID project management experience and experience in the region required.
-Demonstrated experience in human rights advocacy, rule of law reform or related fields.
-An advanced degree in Law, Management, International Development, or other relevant discipline.
-Knowledge of women's and children's rights issues in Egypt, and/or the Middle East, is strongly preferred.
Professional experience with women's and children's rights issues in Egypt a plus.
-Fluency in English is required. Arabic language skills are desired.
This is a long-term position to be based in Cairo, Egypt, with limited local travel required.
NCSC offers competitive compensation and benefits.
For immediate consideration, applicants should send letters of interest and CVs to the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) via email: firstname.lastname@example.org, stating the position name and location in the subject of the message.
For future opportunities with NCSC, applicants are encouraged to create consultant profiles in NCSC's consultant registry, accessible online at www.ncscinternational.org