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Programme Officer (Global Maritime Crime Programme)
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Posted: 04 May 2017 10:48
Deadline: 01 Jun 2017
Category: Legal
Location: Africa , Nigeria
Employment: Full-Time
Experience: From 5 year(s)
Education: Masters
Salary: Negotiable
About Company: The UNODC strategy for 2012 - 2015 sets out the overall strategic direction and scope of the Office's work. As such it is a broad description of our various mandates, and the results that Member States would like for us to achieve. The Strategy identifies seven sub programmes covering the five thematic areas of UNODC's work along with two cross-sectional sub programmes.
Email: info@unodc.org
Phone: + (43) (1) 26060
Contact name: UNODC INTANATINAL
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Requirements
1.An advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in law, criminology, social sciences, law
enforcement or public administration or relevant social or political area with adequate focus on international maritime affairs, international security policy, criminal justice and/or law enforcement issues is required. A first level university degree in similar fields in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.
2.A minimum of five years of progressively responsible professional experience in criminal justice, including extensive experience in maritime law,maritime law enforcement or naval operations, in an international environment, is required. Work experience in planning, training, conducting, and assessing maritime legislation and maritime law enforcement operations is highly desirable. Working experience in or on West and Central Africa, the Gulf of Guinea, as well as experience in working with conflict and post conflict countries is highly
desirable. Working experience with donors is desirable. Experience in procurement is also desirable.
3.English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this position, fluency in English is required. Knowledge of French is desirable. Knowledge of another official United Nations language is an advantage.
Conditions
1.This is a generic job opening for the purpose of creating a roster of qualified candidates for immediate and anticipated job openings in various duty stations. The United Nations Secretariat
maintains rosters of qualified and available candidates to fill anticipated job openings in peacekeeping operations, special political missions, and other field operations in various duty stations. The purpose of this job opening is to generate a list of qualified candidates for inclusion in the Drug Control and Crime Prevention Officer roster (job code 2645 DRU).
2.These positions are located in the UNODC Global Maritime Crime Programme (GMCP), Justice Section (JS), Division for Operations (DO) with varied duty stations in West and Central Africa, such as Abuja, Nigeria and
Libreville, Gabon, among others, under the Regional Office for West and Central Africa (ROSEN) in Dakar,
Senegal. The Programme Officer (Global Maritime Crime Programme) will work under the direct supervision of the Programme Officer for the Gulf of Guinea (Global Maritime Crime Programme), and the overall guidance of the UNODC Regional Representative, ROSEN.
Responsibilities
• Support the implementation, coordination and monitoring of the projects in the Gulf of Guinea, with main focus on EU regional projects, and other relevant projects under the Global Maritime Crime Programme, according to approved project document/revisions, valid donor funding agreements, valid policies and financial rules and regulations, and costed work plan/s; identify bottlenecks, propose and take corrective actions in consultation with senior management. 
• Monitor on an ongoing basis all project expenditures and utilization of funds related to the the projects in the Gulf of Guinea, with main focus on EU regional projects, and other relevant projects under the Global Maritime Crime Programme, and ensure compliance with United Nations (UN) financial rules and regulations, initiate project and/or budget revisions when required.
• Prepare and disseminate costed workplans, terms of reference and other related project documentation, as and when required, in consultation with the Programme Officer for the Gulf of Guinea, Global Maritime Crime Programme and in close collaboration with relevant Headquarters focal points. Maintain close working relationships with relevant administrative and project counterparts in order to facilitate meeting of work plan,
travel plan and procurement plan deadlines for delivery. Identify procurement needs (goods and services) and support the full procurement cycle of the various options. 
• Research, analyze and present information gathered from diverse sources, relevant for project
implementation related to the fight against maritime crime. Prepare various written outputs, e.g. briefing notes for senior management, sections of UN/UNODC reports such as UNODC Annual Report, ensure quality inputs to publications, websites and other reports. Prepare and submit for approval substantive and financial reports,including monthly financial and quarterly narrative Programme and Financial Information Management system
(ProFi) reports, semi­annual and annual project progress reports, inputs to Quarterly Field Reports (QFRs), annual reports to the European Union. Ensure visibility for the European Union.
• Provide substantive support meetings, training, conferences and workshops, including proposing agenda topics, identifying participants, preparing of documents and presentations, etc.
• Participate in or support field missions (e.g. Monitoring & Evaluation missions), including provision of guidance to external consultants, government officials and other parties and draft mission reports, and ensure follow­up
action.
• Assist the Programme Coordinator for the Gulf of Guinea, Global Maritime Crime Programme in identifying and implementing maximum strategic visibility for project counterparts, donors/partners and UNODC, in particular as regards European Union visibility in line with respective rules and guidelines. Support UNODC and GMCP in the effective liaison with donors, development partners and other stakeholders; make project achievements known and identify areas of new assistance.
• Provide support in drafting new project concepts and documents in relation to the Office’s Global Maritime Crime Programme, specifically for the Gulf of Guinea, in order to diversify its portfolio (in line with the Regional Programmes, UNODC Menu of Services and UNODC strategic frameworks) for circulation with potential partners/donors.
• Participate actively for UNODC in relevant local United Nations Country Team (UNCT) administrative/
financial/operations networks if assigned to. Guide and coordinate the work of local administrative and
support staff if applicable; support the recruitment process of international and local staff as required.
• Perform any other work related duties as required.
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