Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC)

Deputy Director Administrative Justice (Grade: G2)

Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC)
Feb. 26, 2023
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Job Description

Applicants are invited from suitably qualified and experienced persons to fill the vacant post that has arisen in the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission.

Reports To: Director Complaints Handling, Investigations And Administrative Justice.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Review opinions on Administrative Justice (AJ) cases received.
  • Engages public officials and institutions on AJ cases received.
  • Review administrative justice concept notes and provide opinion on proposed investigations.
  • Facilitate investigation and detection of irregularities of maladministration in the public sector and present appropriate recommendations.
  • Assess/examine/analyse the effectiveness of practices and systems used by public sector institutions with a view to contribute towards elimination of abuse of power and maladministration.
  • Advise and recommend to duty bearers principles and best practices relating to management and administration of public institutions justice.
  • Review cases for consideration atAJ Commission Board meetings.
  • Review monitoring and assessment tools fortheAJ Department as and when necessary.
  • Coordinate stakeholder engagement meetings within the public sector.
  • Track implementation of recommendations from administrative justice reports.
  • Consolidates monthly, quarterly, and annual Administrative Justice departmental reports.
  • Develops budgets fortheAJ Department.
  • Appraise, supervise, and offer advice to subordinates on Administrative Justice issues.
  • Contribute to the development and review of AJ manuals and related policy documents.
  • Coordinate activities of Thematic Working Groups led by the Director CH l&AJ.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications and Experience

  • A Bachelor of Laws (Honours) degree from an accredited tertiary institution.
  • A relevant Master's degree is an added advantage.
  • Minimum of 3 years' experience in a similar environment.
  • Excellent leadership, report writing and presentation skills.
  • Ability and tenacity to work with Government and other stakeholders.
  • Must be a person of high integrity, professionalism, assertiveness and innovation.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • A clean class four (4) driver's license.


How to Apply

Applications together with detailed curriculum vitae, proof of qualifications and experience should be addressed and forwarded to: 

The Human Resources Director,

  • Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission, 144 Samora Machel Avenue, Harare OR
  • Bulawayo office, 46 Park Road, Suburbs, Opp. Bulawayo Polytechnic Main Gate, Bulawayo OR
  • Mutare Office, 59 Second Street, PREMCO Building, 2nd Floor, Mutare OR
  • Masvingo Office, Chiefs Hall, Masvingo.


E-mail application t: zhrchumanresources23@gmail.com

NB: Only shortlisted candidates meeting the above requirements will be responded to. NB: Applicants should indicate the post applied for on the envelopes and email subject. "The Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission is an equal opportunity employer which practices gender and human rights-based approaches to recruitment. Qualified women and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply". 

Deadline: 26 February 2023.

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Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC)

The Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) is a national human rights institution which was established under section 242 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe. It is an independent Commission whose main mandate is to protect, promote and enforce human rights.

Website: https://www.zhrc.org.zw/

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