Center for Detention Studies Job Vacancy: Assistant Researcher, Jakarta - Indonesian

Center for Detention Studies (CDS) is an NGO established in February 19th, 2009. We concern on correctional reform in Indonesia. Through ou... thumbnail 1 summary
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Center for Detention Studies (CDS) is an NGO established in February 19th, 2009. We concern on correctional reform in Indonesia. Through our program and activities,  we encourage the improvement of correctional institution to protect, to fulfill, and to respect the rights of person deprived of liberty. Our mission is to be an independent research and advocacy organization to create professional correctional system to be in accordance with human rights through policy reform, strengthening institution, public participation, and provision of data and information in a progressive, responsive, and comprehensive manner.

CDS has conducted many studies and research regarding with correctional system. The findings and outputs are disseminated  through policy, regulation, book, and research instrument.

We are looking for a professional, highly motivated person who is able to work individually and as part of the team under different circumstances to join us as:

Assistant Researcher


Qualifications:
  • Bachelor degree majoring in Psychology (preferably Social Psychology)
  • Having passion on the criminal justice system, correctional, and human rights issues
  • Having competence and experience in research and formulating assessment tools
  • Fresh graduate are encouraged to apply
  • Demonstrating good communication skill, good personality, and positive attitude
  • Good command of English both oral and written
  • Able to work with less supervision, and under pressure
  • Creative and innovative
Please submit your application letter addressing the above qualifications and experience with your CV until 27 May 2018 at the latest with the job position on email subject to lia@cds.or.id.

Only short-listed candidate will be contacted.
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