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South Sudan Law Society
Access to Justice for All
P.O. Box Private Bag Juba Southern Sudan
Tel. +256 (0) 477117653/+249955073591 or + 249 (955148989 or Sate Phone: +8821644446320.
Email: www.sslawsociety.org. email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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                                                                                                 Date: 10th Oct. 2013

Juba, October 11, 2013 (SSNA) -- South Sudan Law Society (SSLS) is hereby looking for a qualified South Sudanese National to fill the below position. The successful person is expected to assume his/her office as soon as possible. Female applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

Position

 

Human Resource Officer (1)

Purpose of the position

The purpose of this position is to strengthen the Employer-Employees relationship and ensure a conducive working environment.

Locations

Juba

Position relationship

Program Manager

Key responsibilities

·         Working closely with departments, increasingly in a consultancy role, assisting line managers to understand and implement policies and procedures;

·         Promoting equality and diversity as part of the culture of the organization;

·         Liaising with a wide range of people involved in policy areas such as staff performance and health and safety;

·         Recruiting staff - this includes developing job descriptions and person specifications, preparing job adverts, checking application forms, shortlisting, interviewing and selecting candidates;

·         Developing and implementing policies on issues such as working conditions, performance management, equal opportunities, disciplinary procedures and absence management;

·         Preparing staff handbooks;

·         Advising on pay and other remuneration issues, including promotion and benefits;

·         Undertaking regular salary reviews;

·         Negotiating with staff and their representatives on issues relating to pay and conditions;

·         Administering payroll and maintaining employee records;

·         Interpreting and advising on employment law;

·         Dealing with grievances and implementing disciplinary procedures;

·         Developing with line managers HR planning strategies which consider immediate and long-term staff requirements;

·         Planning, and sometimes delivering, training, including inductions for new staff;

·         Analysing training needs in conjunction with departmental managers.

·         Prepare statistical breakdowns including analysis of sickness/absence and holidays.

 

Position specifications

·         Degree in Human Resource Management or related field from a recognised university

·         Minimum 2 years administration experience

·         Excellent Computer skills

·         Good planning, organizational, analytical and decision-making skills

·         Be patient, tactful, diplomatic and approachable

·         Be able to deal with people who are stressed or upset 

·         Be able to stay calm in difficult situation

·         Basic knowledge of employment law and labour law

·         Have good spoken and written communication skills

·         Be confident about gathering facts and statistics and making financial calculations  

·         Respect the importance of confidentiality and professionalism

·         Have good organization skills and be able to develop plans, policies and forecasts

·         Have problem solving skills to deal with disputes, grievances and staffing problems

·         Be able to work as part of a team

·         Be able to work accurately, with good attention to detail

·         Be able to use databases, spread sheets, word processing and accounts packages

 

Application deadline

·         Hand written application, CV and photocopies of documents can be submitted to;

 SSLS office located at ATLABARA C, OPPOSITE KK-SECURITY OFFICE or

Through email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or

Tel: (+211) 956257038

The deadline for submission and reception of the applications is 18th October 2013; no application shall be submitted and received after 18th October 2013.

Female applicants are highly encouraged to apply.

Lawyers for Democracy Declared the Executive pardons marked the beginning of an end to Kiir’s Dictatorship rule in South Sudan

“Kiir is confused mentally and physically incapable of running the country"
For immediate Release

Juba, October 08, 2013 (SSNA) -- President Kiir is confused and ill advised by his Legal Advisor Mr. Telar Ring Deng to issue executive orders, which has no legal basis.

The executive orders issued by President of the Republic of South Sudan Salva Kiir Mayardit pardoning Generals Gabriel Tanginye, Thomas Mabor Dhol, Simon Gatwech Dual, and Gatwech Jock Deng and strangely added Dr. Lam Akol Ajawin and Ex. Minister Peter A. Sule marked the beginning of an end to Kiir”s dictatorship rule in South Sudan. These pardons show how the NCP remote controlled President Kiir confuses the innocent citizens of South Sudan. The people who were pardoned have not committed any crime. They were detained for almost three (3) years without trial and the people of South Sudan and the civil society have been repeatedly calling for their release but all the efforts for (3) years were in vain.  The move showed how Kiir turned South Sudan into a police State. The Lawyers for democracy in South Sudan (LDSS) wanted Kiir to be held accountable for illegal detention of the innocent people and should be taken to court for human rights abuses, declared the LDSS.

The granting of a pardon to a person who has committed a crime or who has been convicted of a crime is an act of clemency, which forgives the wrongdoer and restores the person's Civil Rights, but what crimes or wrong doing committed by these innocent citizens?

On executive pardons, Lawyers for Democracy in South Sudan are calling on the President to tell the people of South Sudan why it took him nearly three (3) years to illegally detained this innocent citizens, and whether this is the exit strategy from power by Kiir, or an attempt of reconciling with his own citizens and the President is looking for a bigger pardon from the people of South Sudan who suffered under his dictatorship.

Kiir should know that Executive Pardons on politician are issued days before leaving office, as President Bill Clinton and Bush granted the pardons shortly before leaving office in the past.

Kiir has to quit power instead of issuing executive pardons as the only way to restore domestic tranquility to a nation that had spent two years in political turmoil.

Lawyers for Democracy in South Sudan (LDSS)
Juba, Republic of South Sudan

SSHURSA Welcomes Presidential Decree and Asks his Excellency to do More

PRESSS STATEMENT: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
OCTOBER 7, 2013

New York, October 8, 2013 (SSNA) -- The South Sudan Human Rights Society for Advocacy (SSHURSA) welcomes the Republican Decree issued on Monday, October 7, 2013 by the South Sudan President His Excellency Salva Kiir Mayardit, ordering release of General Gabriel Tanginye, General Thomas Mabor, General Simon Gatwec Joak, Former United Democratic Front opposition leader Advocate Peter A. Sule and others. This is a welcoming move by President Kiir and we congratulate him for listening to the voices that call for justice.

General Tanginye and his two colleagues were taken into detention since April 2011 after his forces clashed with the SPLA in Kaldak area, Upper Nile State while Sule and 9 of his colleagues still at large were arrested in November 2011 after they were accused of a rebellion in Western Equatoria State.

SSHURSA has been calling on President to release them since the detainees had stayed in illegal military detention for more than three years  without charges and neither being taken before a court of law for trial.This has been a violation of their rights to fair and speedy trial as enshrined in the Transitional Constitution of South Sudan 2011. With their release, the President has done exactly what justice requires of him by virtue of his office, because keeping a person in a detention without charges or trial, is ill treatment, inhuman and amounts to complete torture. Releasing them is a correct way forward.

SSHURSA again calls upon His Excellency the President to also consider a decree on the following:

1. Order the immediate trial of those alleged responsible for the assassination of Isaiah Diing Abraham Chan Awuol(Isaiah Abraham) held by National Security in Juba.

2. Order the release of all the 9 young men arrested together with Peter A. Sule who have been kept somewhere under SPLA detention outside Juba since 2011.

3. Order the National Security or Military Intelligence to produce those who disappeared in persons of Eng. John Louis Silvio(2011), Rev. Idris Nalos Kida, Rev. David Gayin(2013), Modessa Wiyual(2012) and others to hand them to police and take them for trial if any charges.

SSHURSA thanks the President once again and urges him to do more acts which preserve the supremacy of the Constitution in which people’s rights are enshrined.

For contact on this Press statement or about SSHURSA:

Executive Director; Biel Boutros Biel, Mob. Tel: +16464318960, E-mail:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ;   New York City, USA.
Senior Project Officer; Beny Gideon Mabor; Mob. Tel. +211912830920, E-mail:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ; Juba, South Sudan.

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