Job at HIGHER EDUCATION COUNCIL : Advisor (Deadline: 12 October 2018)

Job at HIGHER EDUCATION COUNCIL : Advisor (Deadline: 12 October 2018)

Job at HIGHER EDUCATION COUNCIL : Advisor (Deadline: 12 October 2018)

Job Description

1. Systematic analysis of the technical information submitted to the Executive Director

– Ensure a systematic reception and production of the technical information by different directorates of the Council;

– Analyse the technical information including documents, files and reports produced by different directorates and evaluate their coherence in line with national policies and the Council’s mandate;

– Advise the Executive Director on technical matters and help to take adequate decisions;

– Propose a useful review of policies of the higher education sector;

– Coordinate the staff in the office of the Executive Director;

2. Play the role of the technical memory of the Council:

– Ensure that the updated documentation reaches the Executive Director on the activities of the institution on time;

– Ensure that the assignments from the Executive Director reaches the appropriate destinations on time;

– Follow up on the feedback to the assignments given by the Executive Director;

– Keep the Executive Director aware of the sensitive documents and assignments and ensure their timely feedback;

– Act as secretary of the meetings held in the office of the Executive Director as well as the senior management meetings;

– Consolidate all potential and technical recommendations to the Executive Director for the purpose of decision making;

– Conduct necessary investigations and research with resource persons or institutions to complete the technical information or to improve its quality;

– Participate in the succession and orientation sessions between the out
– going and in
– coming senior officials at managerial level in order to inform them on the historic and the present situation of the institutional files, policies, programs and projects.

Job Profile

Bachelor’s Degree in Law with 3 years of working experience or Master’s Degree in Law with 1 year of working experience. Key Technical skills and Knowledge required:
– Deep knowledge of Rwandan public service and labor law;
– High analytical and problem solving skills;
– Legal research and analysis in complex areas of law;
– Knowledge of Substantive Law and Legal Procedures;
– Decision making skills;
– Experience in contract drafting and negotiation;
– Excellent communication skills;
– Very effective organization skills;
– Team working skills;
– Computer skills;
– Fluent in Kinyarwanda, English or French; knowledge of all these three (3) languages is an advantage.




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