Within the framework of its mandate and in accordance with the objectives of the Human Security Programme, the OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine supports national law enforcement bodies in strengthening the capacity of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine and the National Police of Ukraine to respond effectively to cases of human trafficking and cybercrime, drawing on national and international best practices.
The OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine plans to develop training courses on modern human rights-based tendencies of police work. The project is being implemented with the assistance of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, in particular the National Police, in close cooperation and coordination with other donors who support the training and equipping of reformed police units.
Please note that this is a consultancy assignment of approximately 20 working days. The consultant will be required to work from home with the ability to travel if necessary.
Based on the above, the OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine requires the services of an expert to develop educational materials for the higher education institutions of the Ministry of Internal Affairs as well as for representatives of police departments on combating trafficking in human beings and cyberpolice on the following topics:
• General policing principles; international and national experience;
• Methods and forms of interaction between law enforcement bodies in organizing police activities;
• Main challenges in the work of law enforcement bodies, focusing on the work of the departments on combating trafficking in human beings and cyberpolice;
• Main trends and positive practices in communication and management strategies of law enforcement bodies.
To conduct trainings based on developed training materials, namely:
• Prepare interactive lectures / presentations and related practical exercises / examples / questions;
• Moderate sessions, organise group work and provide relevant professional expertise during the Q&A session.
• University degree in law or related fields; higher education in pedagogy or psychology will be an advantage.
• Minimum of 10 years of teaching and/or practical experience in working with law enforcement or related agencies.
• In-depth knowledge of police activities.
• Knowledge of relevant national legislation and relevant procedures and practices of law enforcement bodies.
• Experience in developing training materials, methodology on human rights-based principles of policing.
• Experience in conducting training (especially using interactive training methods).
• Excellent written and oral communication skills in Ukrainian.
• Knowledge of English will be an asset.
• Ability to work independently (self-motivation) and as a team member.
• Self-discipline and the ability to work according to set time limits.
According to the PCU consultancy fees guidelines.
This position is for residents of Ukraine only. We strongly encourage applicants to use the online application system at https://jobs.osce.org; the Vacancy Number is VNUKRС00620. The deadline for applications is 16 August 2020.
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