Court Administration Coordinator

at East-West Management Institute
Published November 20, 2022
Location Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Category Administration  
Job Type Full Time  


The East-West Management Institute, Inc. (EWMI) invites applications for a Court Administration Coordinator position with its Judicial System Strengthening Activity (JSSA) in Uzbekistan, a four-year project funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented until September 2025. JSSA is divided into three objectives: Objective 1 will strengthen the administration of justice by improving court and case management; Objective 2 will strengthen the professionalism of the judiciary through enhanced training initiatives, and Objective 3 will strengthen public trust in the judiciary. The following is a full-time, long-term (until September 2025) position based in Tashkent, beginning immediately. The position is open only to persons eligible to work in Uzbekistan.

The Court Administration Coordinator is responsible for assisting the Chief of Party in activities related to court administration and case management activities under Objective 1. This full-time position reports to the Chief of Party.

Duties and responsibilities:

Assist the Chief of Party in helping the Supreme Court develop the policies, practices and data needed to fully implement the restructuring of the courts;
Analyze publicly-available court performance data, performance data provided by pilot and other courts, and the results of court mini-assessments;
Utilize data to draft reports and other written inputs for JSSA, and incorporate data insights into JSSA Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning efforts;
Participate in drafting and designing annual performance/statistical reports for the Supreme Court, pilot courts, and the Supreme Judicial Council;
Accompany JSSA team members during court visits and participate in deployment of court mini-assessments; liaise with pilot court representatives and representatives of other JSSA counterparts;
Participate in the design and deployment of tailored interventions for the pilot courts, and support activities conducted under Objective 1 as needed;
Provide progress reports on pilot courts;
Support the work of the Chief of Party on court administration tasks;
Other related duties as required


Bachelor’s degree in law, human rights, or a related field; Master’s degree preferred


At least three (3) years of experience working with or in the courts, prosecutor's office, or in a related judicial profession

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