|General Minimum Requirements|
The general minimum requirements for working with the OSCE are:
|Field of Expertise Requirements|
The general minimum requirements for working in this field of expertise are:
|Level of Professional Competence Requirements|
Furthermore, this level of responsibility requires the following:
Senior police administration courses on operational leadership, contingency planning, human resources management and general police management
Minimum 20 years of diversified and progressively responsible professional police experience including at least 3 years at the management level relevant to the actual position
|Mission Specific Requirements|
Additionally, this particular post has specific requirements:
|Tasks and Responsibilities|
The OSCE Community Security Initiative (CSI) Project in Kyrgyzstan is aimed at supporting Kyrgyzstan police in addressing the specific security situation after the June 2010 events and to contribute to the professionalism of the Kyrgyzstan police in providing security for all members and communities of the Kyrgyzstan population, irrespective of ethnicity. At the same time, the Project is a pilot initiative which contributes in the long term to a wider national police reform programme envisaged by the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic. The CSI Project, as a supplementary part of OSCE Police Reform Programme (PRP) for Kyrgyzstan, is implemented through the development of the police supportive activities in the nine local police stations of Batken, Jalal-Abad, Osh and Chui provinces of Kyrgyzstan. Activities are implemented by advisers, led by Regional Team Leaders.
Methodologically and operationally, the Project is maintained by police advisers, local community mediators and local programmatic and administrative staff.
The CSI Project is envisaged to run until 31 of December 2012 (pending approval).
The Head of the Community Security Initiative (CSI) Project is tasked to manage the OSCE Community Security Initiative Project in Kyrgyzstan. Under the direction of the Head of the OSCE Centre in Bishkek (CiB) and in co-ordination with the OSCE Police Reform Adviser (PRP) for Kyrgyzstan , the Head of the CSI Project:
The OSCE is committed to achieving a better balance of women and men within the Organization. The nomination of female candidates is particularly encouraged.
Candidates should, prior to applying, verify with their respective nominating authority to which extent financial remuneration and/or benefit packages will be offered.
Please apply to your relevant authorities several days prior to the deadline expiration to ensure timely processing of your application. Delayed nominations will not be considered.