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Jobs at International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals-Arusha

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CRIMINAL ANALYST, P2

Job Code Title: ASSOCIATE INVESTIGATOR
Department/Office: International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals
Duty Station: ARUSHA
Posting Period: 17 July 2018 – 15 August 2018
Job Opening Number: 18-Investigation-RMT-100855-R-Arusha (R)
Staffing Exercise N/A
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Org. Setting and Reporting
The post is located in the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (IRMCT), Arusha Branch. The incumbent will work under the direct supervision of Head of Tracking.
Responsibilities
•Undertake detailed analysis of the activities of fugitives.
•Conduct research and prepare strategic reports on fugitives indicted for serious violations of International Humanitarian Law.
•Provide written and oral briefings to the Head of Tracking, fugitive team leaders and the Prosecutor.
•Maintain strict security and confidentiality of information by: ensuring that security guidelines are adhered to and ensuring that secure procedures are implemented in relation to material
stored on computer databases, both fixed and portable.
•Ensure the timely and accurate submission of intelligence research of raw material provided by investigators and preparation of intelligence reports.
•In conjunction with the Head of Tracking and fugitive team leaders, develop investigative strategies by: Identifying appropriate targets through research and analysis; recognizing links
between targets, groups, organization, locations; recognizing trends in behavior of targets, group and organization of interest.
•Perform related field duties as required
Competencies
•Professionalism – Knowledge and understanding of theories, concepts and approaches relevant to fugitive tracking and criminal prosecutions. Demonstrated research, analytical and problem-solving skills. Familiarity with and experience in the use of various research methodologies and sources, including electronic, telecommunications and financial sources. Sound knowledge of international criminal justice.Shows pride in work and in achievements; demonstrates professional competence and mastery of subject matter; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results; is motivated by professional rather than personal concerns; shows persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges; remains calm in stressful situations.
•Teamwork – Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organisational goals; solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.
•Planning and Organising – Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; identifies priority activities and assignments, adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.
Education
Advanced university degree in law, policing, criminology or other relevant subject. A first level university degree in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of an advanced university degree. A diploma in criminal investigation from a recognized public police academy or similar institution with an additional three years of experience may be accepted in lieu of an advanced degree.
Work Experience
Minimum of 2 years of progressively responsible professional experience in intelligence or analysis work or criminal investigations. Demonstrable computer literacy mandatory.
Languages
English and French are the working languages of the Mechanism. For the post advertised, fluency in oral and written English is required. Working knowledge of French is desirable.
Assessment
There may be a technical test followed by a competency-based interview.
Special Notice
The appointment is limited to the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals. Appointment of the successful candidate on this position will be limited to the initial funding of the post. Extension of the appointment is subject to the extension of the mandate and/or the availability of funds. As the international tribunals are not integrated in the Secretariat, UN Staff Members serve on assignment or secondment from their parent department/office if selected. Appointments of staff members in the United Nations are subject to the authority of the Secretary-General. Staff Members are expected to move periodically to new functions in accordance with established rules and procedures, and may in this context be reassigned by the Secretary-General throughout the Organization based on the changing needs and mandates.
NOTE FOR PREVIOUSLY ROSTERED CANDIDATES
Roster candidates must express their interest and availability for published job openings by submitting an updated PHP and cover letter.
United Nations Considerations
According to article 101, paragraph 3, of the Charter of the United Nations, the paramount consideration in the employment of the staff is the necessity of securing the highest standards of efficiency, competence, and integrity. Candidates will not be considered for employment with the United Nations if they have committed violations of international human rights law, violations of international humanitarian law, sexual exploitation or sexual abuse, or crimes other than minor traffic offences, or if there are reasonable grounds to believe that they have been involved in the commission of any of these acts. The term “sexual exploitation” means any actual or attempted abuse of a position of vulnerability, differential power, or trust, for sexual purposes, including, but not limited to, profiting monetarily, socially or politically from the sexual exploitation of another. The term “sexual abuse” means the actual or threatened physical intrusion of a sexual nature, whether by force or under unequal or coercive conditions.
Due regard will be paid to the importance of recruiting the staff on as wide a geographical basis as possible. The United Nations places no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. The United Nations Secretariat is a non-smoking environment.
Applicants are urged to follow carefully all instructions available in the online recruitment platform, inspira. For more detailed guidance, applicants may refer to the Manual for the Applicant, which can be accessed by clicking on “Manuals” hyper-link on the upper right side of the inspira account-holder homepage.
The evaluation of applicants will be conducted on the basis of the information submitted in the application according to the evaluation criteria of the job opening and the applicable internal legislations of the United Nations including the Charter of the United Nations, resolutions of the General Assembly, the Staff Regulations and Rules, administrative issuances and guidelines. Applicants must provide complete and accurate information pertaining to their personal profile and qualifications according to the instructions provided in inspira to be considered for the current job opening. No amendment, addition, deletion, revision or modification shall be made to applications that have been submitted. Candidates under serious consideration for selection will be subject to reference checks to verify the information provided in the application.
Job openings advertised on the Careers Portal will be removed at 11:59 p.m. (New York time) on the deadline date.
No Fee
THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE AT ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS (APPLICATION, INTERVIEW MEETING, PROCESSING, OR TRAINING). THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CONCERN ITSELF WITH INFORMATION ON APPLICANTS’ BANK ACCOUNTS.
LEGAL OFFICER, P3

Job Code Title: LEGAL OFFICER
Department/Office: International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals
Duty Station: ARUSHA
Posting Period: 05 July 2018 – 03 August 2018
Job Opening Number: 18-Legal Affairs-RMT-99857-R-Arusha (R)
Staffing Exercise N/A
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Org. Setting and Reporting
This position is located in the Office of the President at the Arusha branch of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals. The incumbent will work under the guidance of the President and Chef de Cabinet and Principal Legal Advisor and will report to the Chef de Cabinet and Principal Legal Advisor or the P-4 Legal Officer at the Arusha branch. The Mechanism has two branches, in Arusha and in The Hague.
Responsibilities
Under the guidance of the President, the Chef de Cabinet and Principal Legal Advisor, and the P-4 Legal Officers at both branches, the incumbent will provide specialized legal, policy, administrative, and judicial support with respect to the President’s mandated functions, including drafting and reviewing orders and decisions; analyzing relevant law, rules and policies; advising the President on the issues and applicable law; and drafting and revising policies, memoranda, reports, press releases, and correspondence. The duties also include conducting and supervising legal research, particularly on international humanitarian and criminal law; monitoring relevant developments in international law; managing diverse work-streams related to the President’s mandated functions; representing the President in cross-institutional meetings, on boards, and at ad hoc committees; and providing institutional guidance in conformity with the Mechanism’s mandate, including through coordinating with senior officials from other sections and units of the Mechanism. The incumbent will further support the President, the Chef de Cabinet and Principal Legal Advisor, and the P-4 Legal Officers by assisting with the direction and management of the office, including leading the Office of the President at the Arusha branch in the absence of the P-4 Legal Officer at the Arusha branch.
Competencies
•Professionalism – Strong organizational, drafting, and interpersonal skills; proven ability to conduct comprehensive legal analysis; proven ability to work well under pressure and meet strict guidelines. Knowledge of the UN system desirable; knowledge of international criminal justice systems highly desirable. Shows pride in work and in achievements; demonstrates professional competence and mastery of subject matter; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results; is motivated by professional rather than personal concerns; shows persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges; remains calm in stressful situations. Commitment to implementing the goal of gender equality by ensuring the equal participation and full involvement of women and men in all aspects of work.
•Communication – Speaks and writes clearly and effectively; listens to others, correctly interprets messages from others and responds appropriately; asks questions to clarify, and exhibits interest in having two way communication; tailors language, tone, style and format to match the audience; demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed.
•Teamwork – Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organisational goals; solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.
•Planning and Organising – Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.
Education
Advanced university degree in law, preferably with specialization in international, criminal or humanitarian law. A first level university degree in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of an advanced university degree.
Work Experience
Minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible professional legal experience, at either the national or international level, preferably with an emphasis in criminal law, international law or humanitarian law.
Languages
English and French are the working languages of the Mechanism. For the post advertised, fluency in written and spoken English is required. Working knowledge of the other is highly desirable.
Assessment
There may be a technical test followed by a competency based interview.
Special Notice
The appointment is limited to the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals. Appointment of the successful candidate to this position will be subject to budgetary approval. Extension of the appointment is subject to the extension of the mandate and/or the availability of funds. As the international tribunals are not integrated in the Secretariat, UN Staff Members may serve on assignment or secondment from their parent department/office if selected. Appointments of staff members in the United Nations are subject to the authority of the Secretary-General. Staff Members are expected to move periodically to new functions in accordance with established rules and procedures, and may in this context be reassigned by the Secretary-General throughout the Organization based on the changing needs and mandates.
The United Nations Secretariat is committed to achieving 50/50 gender balance in its staff. Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply for this position.
NOTE FOR PREVIOUSLY ROSTERED CANDIDATES
Roster candidates must express their interest and availability for published job openings by submitting an updated PHP and cover letter.
United Nations Considerations
According to article 101, paragraph 3, of the Charter of the United Nations, the paramount consideration in the employment of the staff is the necessity of securing the highest standards of efficiency, competence, and integrity. Candidates will not be considered for employment with the United Nations if they have committed violations of international human rights law, violations of international humanitarian law, sexual exploitation or sexual abuse, or crimes other than minor traffic offences, or if there are reasonable grounds to believe that they have been involved in the commission of any of these acts. The term “sexual exploitation” means any actual or attempted abuse of a position of vulnerability, differential power, or trust, for sexual purposes, including, but not limited to, profiting monetarily, socially or politically from the sexual exploitation of another. The term “sexual abuse” means the actual or threatened physical intrusion of a sexual nature, whether by force or under unequal or coercive conditions.
Due regard will be paid to the importance of recruiting the staff on as wide a geographical basis as possible. The United Nations places no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. The United Nations Secretariat is a non-smoking environment.
Applicants are urged to follow carefully all instructions available in the online recruitment platform, inspira. For more detailed guidance, applicants may refer to the Manual for the Applicant, which can be accessed by clicking on “Manuals” hyper-link on the upper right side of the inspira account-holder homepage.
The evaluation of applicants will be conducted on the basis of the information submitted in the application according to the evaluation criteria of the job opening and the applicable internal legislations of the United Nations including the Charter of the United Nations, resolutions of the General Assembly, the Staff Regulations and Rules, administrative issuances and guidelines. Applicants must provide complete and accurate information pertaining to their personal profile and qualifications according to the instructions provided in inspira to be considered for the current job opening. No amendment, addition, deletion, revision or modification shall be made to applications that have been submitted. Candidates under serious consideration for selection will be subject to reference checks to verify the information provided in the application.
Job openings advertised on the Careers Portal will be removed at 11:59 p.m. (New York time) on the deadline date.
No Fee
THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE AT ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS (APPLICATION, INTERVIEW MEETING, PROCESSING, OR TRAINING). THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CONCERN ITSELF WITH INFORMATION ON APPLICANTS’ BANK ACCOUNTS.

Head of Tracking, P4

Job Code Title: INVESTIGATOR
Department/Office: International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals
Duty Station: ARUSHA
Posting Period: 06 July 2018 – 04 August 2018
Job Opening Number: 18-Investigation-RMT-100120-R-Arusha (R)
Staffing Exercise N/A
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Org. Setting and Reporting
This position is located in the Office of the Prosecutor of the United Nations International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (Arusha).
Responsibilities
Under the direction of the Prosecutor, the incumbent’s duties and responsibilities will be as follows:
•Provide day to day supervision of the OTP’s staff based in Arusha, including its investigators, crime analyst and language assistants.
•Travel and/or supervise travel to various parts of Rwanda and overseas with Investigators to undertake interviews, record statements from witnesses and open new lines of investigations with respect to the tracking and apprehension of the MICT’s 3 fugitives and the preparation of their case files for trial.
•Undertake investigations at the direction and under the general supervision of the Prosecutor.
•Be responsible for the professional planning and conduct of investigations assigned to the team.
•Assign work to team investigators.
•Take into account priorities, workload, specific progress of on-going cases and other factors.
•Evaluate performance relative to position description.
•Handle other personnel matters affecting the team including matters relating to conduct, approval of leave, etc.
•Be responsible for team operation within the scope of Standard Operating Procedures of the Office of the Prosecutor and the applicable law (s).
•Coordinate and develop relationships with governments, international organizations and local non-Governmental organizations for the conduct of investigations, particularly with respect to the tracking and arrest of the MICT’s 3 fugitives and the 5 fugitive cases referred to Rwanda for trial.
•Provide political advice and regional expertise to the Prosecutor in relation to tracking fugitives and the preparation of their case files for transfer.
•Coordinate special projects as directed by the Prosecutor.
•Participate in the management of the OTP at the support, operational and advisory levels.
•Record victim and witness statements on all facts, ensure the proper chain of custody of evidence, obtain complete statements and deposit the originals in secure location.
•Take responsibility for the physical deposit and safe-keeping of all evidence and statements.
•Liaise with legal officers, analysts and others.
•Ensure that the team is well equipped, safeguarded, and otherwise supported in their work.
•Submit weekly reports; prepare mission orders and reports for each field mission.
Competencies
•Professionalism – Knowledge of criminal investigation techniques and procedures, particularly with respect to the tracking of fugitives. Knowledge of international legal procedures and instruments, including international criminal law and diplomacy. Experience in preparing witnesses and evidence for judicial proceedings as demonstrated in the ability to build a case through witness interviews and other evidence gathering techniques. Ability to employ sound professional investigative and administrative experience to facilitate the production of high quality work from the team. The position requires excellent people management skills and public relations abilities as well as public speaking skills and ability to interact and negotiate with high-level officials. Knowledge in the use of computer applications, particularly word processing software, database management, and electronic research tools. Shows pride in work and in achievements; demonstrates professional competence and mastery of subject matter; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results; is motivated by professional rather than personal concerns; shows persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges; remains calm in stressful situations.
•Teamwork – Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organisational goals; solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.
•Planning and Organising – Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; identifies priority activities and assignments, adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.
•Leadership – Serves as a role model that other people want to follow; empowers others to translate vision into results; is proactive in developing strategies to accomplish objectives; establishes and maintains relationships with a broad range of people to understand needs and gain support; anticipates and resolves conflicts by pursuing mutually agreeable solutions; drives for change and improvement; does not accept the status quo; shows the courage to take unpopular stands. Provides leadership and takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work; demonstrates knowledge of strategies and commitment to the goal of gender balance in staffing.
•Judgement/Decision-making – Identifies the key issues in a complex situation, and comes to the heart of the problem quickly; gathers relevant information before making a decision; considers positive and negative impacts of decisions prior to making them; takes decisions with an eye to the impact on others and on the Organisation; proposes a course of action or makes a recommendation based on all available information; checks assumptions against facts; determines that the actions proposed will satisfy the expressed and underlying needs for the decision; makes tough decisions when necessary.
Education
An advanced university degree in law or equivalent training. A first level university degree in law in combination with an additional two years of qualifying experience may be accepted in place of an advanced university degree. A diploma in criminal investigation from a recognized public police academy or similar institution with an additional three years of qualifying experience may be accepted in place of an advanced university degree.
Work Experience
A minimum of 7 years of progressively responsible relevant professional experience in criminal investigations or prosecutions, including substantial experience at the international level. Experience as an attorney or investigator in a Police force or equivalent law enforcement agency or prosecution’s office with at least some years of experience at international level; experience in leading, planning and executing investigations in relation to serious criminal behaviour is essential; experience in the leadership management and supervision of investigations staff; experience and ability to lead and work well in a multi-skilled team environment; and thorough knowledge of investigative techniques and procedures. Experience in the area of witness protection is desirable.
Languages
English and French are the working languages of the Mechanism. For the post advertised, fluency in oral and written English is required. Working knowledge of French is an asset.
Assessment
There may be a technical test followed by a competency-based interview.
Special Notice
The appointment is limited to the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals. Appointment of the successful candidate on this position will be limited to the initial funding of the post. Extension of the appointment is subject to the extension of the mandate and/or the availability of funds. As the international tribunals are not integrated in the Secretariat, UN Staff Members serve on assignment or secondment from their parent department/office if selected. Appointments of staff members in the United Nations are subject to the authority of the Secretary-General. Staff Members are expected to move periodically to new functions in accordance with established rules and procedures, and may in this context be reassigned by the Secretary-General throughout the Organization based on the changing needs and mandates.
United Nations Considerations
According to article 101, paragraph 3, of the Charter of the United Nations, the paramount consideration in the employment of the staff is the necessity of securing the highest standards of efficiency, competence, and integrity. Candidates will not be considered for employment with the United Nations if they have committed violations of international human rights law, violations of international humanitarian law, sexual exploitation or sexual abuse, or crimes other than minor traffic offences, or if there are reasonable grounds to believe that they have been involved in the commission of any of these acts. The term “sexual exploitation” means any actual or attempted abuse of a position of vulnerability, differential power, or trust, for sexual purposes, including, but not limited to, profiting monetarily, socially or politically from the sexual exploitation of another. The term “sexual abuse” means the actual or threatened physical intrusion of a sexual nature, whether by force or under unequal or coercive conditions.
Due regard will be paid to the importance of recruiting the staff on as wide a geographical basis as possible. The United Nations places no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. The United Nations Secretariat is a non-smoking environment.
Applicants are urged to follow carefully all instructions available in the online recruitment platform, inspira. For more detailed guidance, applicants may refer to the Manual for the Applicant, which can be accessed by clicking on “Manuals” hyper-link on the upper right side of the inspira account-holder homepage.
The evaluation of applicants will be conducted on the basis of the information submitted in the application according to the evaluation criteria of the job opening and the applicable internal legislations of the United Nations including the Charter of the United Nations, resolutions of the General Assembly, the Staff Regulations and Rules, administrative issuances and guidelines. Applicants must provide complete and accurate information pertaining to their personal profile and qualifications according to the instructions provided in inspira to be considered for the current job opening. No amendment, addition, deletion, revision or modification shall be made to applications that have been submitted. Candidates under serious consideration for selection will be subject to reference checks to verify the information provided in the application.
Job openings advertised on the Careers Portal will be removed at 11:59 p.m. (New York time) on the deadline date.
No Fee
THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE AT ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS (APPLICATION, INTERVIEW MEETING, PROCESSING, OR TRAINING). THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CONCERN ITSELF WITH INFORMATION ON APPLICANTS’ BANK ACCOUNTS.
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