This position is open for secondment only and participating States are kindly reminded that all costs in relation to assignment at the Secretariat must be borne by their authorities.
Candidates should, prior to applying, verify with their respective nominating authority to which extent financial remuneration and/or benefit packages will be offered. Seconded staff members in the OSCE Secretariat and Institutions are not entitled to a Board and Lodging Allowance payable by the Organization.
The Transnational Threats Department (TNTD) plays a key role as the focal point of OSCE-wide programmatic activities aiming at countering transnational threats and ensuring co-ordination and coherence of action across all three OSCE dimensions, among all executive structures while respecting their mandates. The TNTD comprises the Co-ordination Cell (CC), the Strategic Police Matters Unit (SPMU), the Action against Terrorism Unit (ATU) and the Border Security and Management Unit (BSMU). As part of the TNTD, the SPMU assists participating States (pS) in response to their request to address threats posed by criminal activity and supports general police development and reform.
The OSCE Gender Action Plan is committed to increasing the number of female staff in all areas of the OSCE's work. Currently female staff in the Transnational Threats Department are underrepresented. The nomination of female candidates is strongly welcomed.
|Tasks and Responsibilities|
The selected candidate will be responsible for making proposals to the Head of the Strategic Police Matters Unit (H/SPMU) on Trafficking in Human Beings (THB) and Smuggling of Migrants (SoM) related-issues from a law enforcement perspective for project delivery, including in relation to OSCE initiatives and activities in the criminal justice sector and organized crime field. More specifically, this will entail matters relating to crime prevention, investigation and prosecution of traffickers and victim identification. Special focus is on women and children, as part of the OSCE Action Plan to Combat Trafficking in Human Beings and the Ministerial Decision on Child Sexual Exploitation, and in line with the OSCE Strategic Framework for Police-Related Activities (PC DEC 1049).
Under the direct supervision of the Head/SPMU, the Police Affairs Officer, Adviser on Combating Trafficking in Human Beings (CTHB) will perform the following duties:
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The OSCE is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages the nomination of qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious, ethnic and social backgrounds.
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