The OSCE Mission to Skopje (OMSk) is implementing an Extra Budgetary (ExB) Project “Assisting the National Authorities of the Republic of North Macedonia to Decrease the Risk of Weapon Proliferation and Misuse of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW)” (hereafter “the Project”). The project aims at supporting the country’s efforts to implement international commitments in the field of preventing and combating SALW proliferation and by this to contribute to security and stability in the country.
A Project Coordinator leads the Project Implementation Team (PIT) with the professional support and assistance of consultants. With the aim to strengthen the PIT’s capacity related to the project, the OMSk seeks to engage one National Consultant, to support the development of the Standard Operational Procedure (SOP) on the management and deployment of K9 assets, by drafting the provisions of the SOP and providing inputs for harmonization of the draft SOP with the national and international best practices.
|Tasks and Responsibilities|
Under the guidance of the Project Coordinator (PC), in cooperation with the members of the PIT, an international consultant and the established Working Group (WG), the National Consultant will be responsible for carrying out a range of tasks related to the development of the SOP on K9 services at the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MoIA).
The SOP will provide guidance to the MoIA personnel on how to manage and deploy the K9 assets in an efficient, standardized and unified way by detailing and regulating the breeding, training, deployment and decommissioning procedure of the K9 assets.
More specifically, the National Consultant will:
For the services provided, the National Consultant will be remunerated at the rate of 100 Euro per day, for a total of 40 days.
Payment will be made in two instalments, upon successful completion of tasks and responsibilities, as per the Terms of Reference.
In-country travel required to fulfil the terms of the agreement will be covered by the Mission according to the OSCE travel policy.
The period of engagement is from February to July 2021, with the possibility of extension of the time frame if necessary, not exceeding the number of working days foreseen. The following distribution per months is envisaged:
The appointment to the post will be subject to a successful security check performed by the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
|How To Apply|
All applicants are strongly encouraged to apply online, using the OSCE online application link, found under https://jobs.osce.org.
In case of technical difficulties with online application, applicants may submit a duly completed OSCE offline application form which can found under https://jobs.osce.org/resources/document/offline-application-form. The OSCE Application Form completed in English with quoted vacancy number should be sent by e-mail to email@example.com
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