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Development Manager

This is an exciting and rewarding opportunity for a seasoned fundraising professional looking for a flexible and part-time working arrangement within a close-knit creative and dynamic team.  

The Development Manager will play a key role in contributing to Justice Centre Hong Kong’s ambitious strategy to raise vital funds for our direct services and programmes to protect the rights of refugees, survivors of torture, human trafficking and forced labour.

The Development Manager will work closely with and report to the Head of Fundraising and Development to deliver a fundraising strategy that supports the development of Justice Centre Hong Kong

For more information on the roles responsibilities and requirements including how to apply please visit HERE

Research and Policy Officer

Responsible for contributing to our Research, Policy and Advocacy work. The Research and Policy Officer will take a lead in monitoring the policy environment and staying abreast of developments, conducting primary and desktop research, drafting policy briefings and reports and developing relationships with stakeholders to achieve Justice Centre’s advocacy objectives.

This is a full time position reporting to the Senior Research and Policy Officer.

 Responsibilities:

  • Support the design of and implement high quality and ethical research projects on a range of human rights issues to support Justice Centre’s policy priorities and advocacy work;
  • Take a lead role in drafting and disseminating various materials for advocacy and policy, such as reports, briefings, and submissions to different key stakeholders;
  • Develop mechanisms to scan and keep abreast of important developments and policy debates in the legal and policy context, both in Hong Kong as well as regionally and internationally;
  • Maintain and develop relationships with other NGOs, the Hong Kong Government, UN agencies and other stakeholders;
  • Serve as a spokesperson for the organisation at meetings, in the media or in networks and coalitions, helping to build Justice Centre’s profile and representing Justice Centre effectively;
  • Contribute to the development of Justice Centre advocacy strategies and campaigns, and annual work-planning, monitoring and evaluation;
  • Participate in the overall work and planning of the Research, Policy and Advocacy team (including administrative and project planning purposes), as well as work in close cooperation with other teams and assist with general Justice Centre activities and events, as required;
  • Contribute to developing organisational strategy, networking with strategic partners, fundraising and development, and whole-of-office initiatives as needed;
  • Support communications work for research, policy and advocacy purposes; and
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Senior Research and Policy Officer and/or Executive Director.

Required:

  • One year’s experience in research or policy and advocacy work;
  • A bachelor’s degree in social sciences, law or related fields;
  • Proficiency in spoken and written Cantonese and English;
  • Strong policy analysis and research skills;
  • Familiarity with the Hong Kong policy context;
  • Ability to work independently as well as in a team in an international environment; and
  • Commitment to the promotion and protection of human rights.

Desirable:

  • Proficiency in languages in addition to Cantonese and English.

Please send your resume and a cover letter indicating your availability and expected salary to jobs@justicecentre.org.hk with the subject header ‘Research and Policy Officer’ by 14 February 2019.

 

Interpreters

We require interpreters who are fluent in various languages to assist with our work with protection claimants. Most interpreters are paid an hourly rate; some interpreters generously donate their time as volunteers. Find out more about interpreting with us.

Justice Centre is in immediate need of interpreters for the following languages:

  • Kinyarwanda
  • Arabic
  • Somali
  • Wolof

Interpreters must possess the following qualifications:

  • Oral fluency in both English and the language of interpretation
  • Sensitivity towards working with asylum seekers and victims of trauma and torture
  • Ability to interpret in an impartial manner
  • Ability to maintain all interpretations confidential
  • Availability weekdays between 9:30 am – 6:00 pm
  • Proof of work authorization or permission to volunteer in relevant country/region of residence.

Please send your statement of interest and CV to Pritika Bhat at pritika@justicecentre.org.hk

 

Justice Centre Fellowships

The Justice Centre Fellow is a position created to develop public interest law capacity in Hong Kong, while contributing to the provision of Justice Centre’s individual claimant services and the operation of Justice Centre’s pro bono partner programme. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Please find details here.

Secondee Lawyer

Justice Centre has an exciting secondment opportunity that offers challenging, rewarding and career-enhancing experience for a lawyer looking to develop more well-rounded skills and make a contribution to the lives of disadvantaged clients. This is 3, 6 or 12-month opportunity for a lawyer with at least two years post-qualification experience. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Read the terms of reference here.

Click here to find out about our volunteer opportunities.

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