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Senior Maritime Crime Project Manager/Advisor

The National Courts of the States Center (NCSC) is looking for qualified candidates for the position of Senior Maritime Crime Project Manager/AdvisorDownload the full job description here.


Maritime Crime Coordinator

The National Center of State Courts (NCSC) is looking for qualified candidates for the position of Maritime Crime CoordinatorRead the full job description here.


Judicial Reform Experts


The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) is seeking expressions of interest from qualified Judicial Reform Experts for anticipated Rule of Law programs around the world.

Programs are anticipated in Eastern Europe, Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East and North Africa, Central and South Asia. Job opportunities are contingent upon program funding.

Qualified applicants will have:

  • Demonstrated experience serving on donor-funded Rule of Law and court modernization programs.
  • An advanced degree (JD, PhD, LLM, MA/MS) in relevant fields such as Law, Public Administration, International Relations, or Political Science.
  • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain relationships with host-country counterparts, client funding agencies and international partners. Experience with U.S. government donor agencies strongly preferred.
  • Demonstrated problem-solving skills, creativity and flexibility needed to perform effectively with limited resources and time constraints.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills in English as well as fluency in an additional language, such as French, Spanish, Russian and Arabic are highly desired.

NCSC is a leading provider of technical assistance, training, and technology to strengthen justice systems in the U.S. and around the world. NCSC was founded in 1971 by the leadership of the U.S. courts to advance standards for the effective administration of justice across the U.S. In partnership with international institutions, donor agencies, and host country counterparts, NCSC offers its experience to strengthen the Rule of Law in transitioning democracies around the world.

If you are interested in being considered as an expert, please create a profile and provide your resume via the Consultant Registry. If you need assistance, please contact NCSC at tsimmons@ncsc.org.


Court Administration Advisors

The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) is seeking expressions of interest from qualified Court Administration Advisors for anticipated Rule of Law programs around the world.

Programs are anticipated in Eastern Europe, Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East and North Africa, Central and South Asia. Job opportunities are contingent upon program funding.

Qualified applicants will have:

  • Relevant education, training, and professional experience in court administration.
  • Demonstrated international experience working on court administration reform projects.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English as well as fluency in an additional language, such as French, Spanish, Russian and Arabic are highly desired.
  • Problem-solving skills, creativity and flexibility needed to perform effectively with limited resources and time constraints.

NCSC is a leading provider of technical assistance, training, and technology to strengthen justice systems in the U.S. and around the world. NCSC was founded in 1971 by the leadership of the U.S. courts to advance standards for the effective administration of justice across the U.S. In partnership with international institutions, donor agencies, and host country counterparts, NCSC offers its experience to strengthen the Rule of Law in transitioning democracies around the world.

Program Job opportunities are contingent upon program funding. Due to the volume of applicants, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

If you are interested in being considered as an expert, please create a profile and provide your resume via the Consultant Registry. If you need assistance, please contact NCSC at tsimmons@ncsc.org.