Human Rights Commission
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Job Description

Human Rights Commission

The Human Rights Commission is a National Human rights Institution established under Article 230 () of the Constitution of Zambia (Amendment) Act No. 2 of 2016 with a broad mandate of ensuring that the Bill of Rights is upheld and protected.

The Human Rights Commission is hereby inviting applications from suitably qualified and experienced individuals to fill the following positions.

Salary Grade: Hrc/B Station: Chinsali, Solwezi, Mansa And Mongu

Three (3) Positions On Contract From October 2022 To December 2022 One (1) Position (Mongu) On Permanent And Pensionable Terms

Reporting to: Investigations Officer

Qualifications and Experience

  • Candidates must be Zambians between 25 years and 40 years;
  • Must have a full Grade 12 Certificate and valid Drivers licence;
  • Two (2) years previous experience in Driving;
  • Ability to detect a mechanical problem
  • Qualifications in Mechanics will be an added advantage


  • The successful candidate will report to the Investigations Officer and will be responsible for
  • Driving Officers on official duty to ensure they attend to their duties timely
  • Perform routing vehicle maintenance, by checking tyre pressure, lights, brakes, hooter, fuel and lubricant levels to ensure that vehicles are in good condition and reporting when vehicle is overdue for service
  • Cleans interiors and exteriors of motor vehicles so that they are kept clean all the time
  • Maintain records of log books and maintenance and service schedule to allow management to make appropriate decisions
  • Promptly reports any accident to the police as required by law, and to provide a detailed report on the same to the supervisor for insurance claims and other purposes
  • Performs any other related duties that the supervisor may reasonably request from time to time.

Skills and Personal Attributes

  • Communication Skills;
  • Writing skills;
  • Oral Communication Skills; and
  • Time Management skills

Method of Application

All applications should be addressed to the undersigned. Applications should enclose Curriculum Vitae and photocopies of relevant certificates. Original Certificates will be required during interviews for the shortlisted candidates. Applicants are encouraged to bring their applications in person or send them by registered post. Telephone enquires will not be entertained.

Applications should be addressed to:

The Director,

Human Rights Commission,

Human Rights House,

Independence Avenue,

P.O. Box 33812,


Women and Persons with Disability and local applicants are encouraged to apply

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

Application deadline
25 Sep 13:03