- Receiving and acting on complaints;
- Facilitating or mediating;
- Setting up panels for investigating complaints;
- Providing legal and procedural guidance to panels and disputants;
- Providing recommendations to the Rector;
- Conducting trainings;
- Supporting development of an online training module; and
- Providing an annual report.
Applicants must have: 1. An LLB, JD or equivalent professional law degree, or a master’s degree in law; 2. At least seven years of cumulative professional work experience; 3. Expertise in Costa Rican laws related to prohibited conduct; and 4. Oral and written fluency in both English and Spanish. The compensation will be $1,000 per month. Applications are due January 20, 2020. (UPeace Job Posting.)
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