|Tasks and Responsibilities|
Under the overall supervision of the National Programme Officer, Property in the Regional Centre, and under the guidance, coordination and cooperation of the Chief of the Property, Cultural Heritage, and Interfaith Dialogue Section (PCIS), the incumbent performs the following functions related to the programmatic activities of the Department of Human Rights and Communities (DHRC) – and, in particular, of the PCIS - with representatives of local and religious communities, municipal and regional structures, judicial and non-judicial human rights institutions, local bodies dealing with property rights, cultural heritage and inter-faith/dialogue related issues, representatives of international organisations, and any other relevant stakeholders:
1. Assists in monitoring municipal as well as regional structures, judicial and non-judicial bodies dealing with property rights, cultural heritage and inter-faith related issues, mechanisms and actors for compliance with human and property rights standards, including, inter alia, gathering information, analysing the data, reporting on findings, making recommendations, assessing the results of the reports and suggesting remedies, developing and implementing projects and trainings to improve compliance with international human rights and property rights standards and proposing activities in any of the following areas: property rights, cultural heritage, freedom of religion and inter-faith dialogue, judicial and non-judicial institutions dealing with property rights and cultural heritage; supports regional or local institutions, bodies, mechanisms, and actors, through monitoring, reporting and advising on applicable human rights and property rights standards;
2. Supports in the organization of training courses/activities to enhance awareness of applicable human rights and property rights and cultural heritage standards for regional or local institutions and on available judicial and non-judicial mechanisms in these fields; supports the organization of activities on freedom of thought, conscience and religion related matters and inter-faith dialogue falling within the programmatic goals of DHRC;
3. Performs research and compiles background material on major programmatic topics, assists in the organization of meetings (identifies participants and provides logistics support) involving local representatives and members of international organizations to discuss issues pertaining to the respect and promotion of matters related to property rights, cultural heritage, freedom of religion and inter-faith dialogue, judicial and non-judicial institutions dealing with property rights and cultural heritage; writes summaries and reports on the topics discussed;
4. Provides interpretation during meetings or interviews and translation of documents and correspondence from local languages to English and vice versa;
5. Implements allocated projects designed and planned by DHRC and, in particular, by the PCIS; provides regular feedback on the various stages of implementation of project activities; summarizes evaluation results and submits suggestions for follow-up/improvement following the conclusion of projects;
6. Establishes and maintains regular contacts with employees of local and regional structures and communities representatives, religious communities, judicial and non-judicial human rights institutions, local bodies dealing with property rights, cultural heritage, freedom of religion and inter-faith dialogue related matters to ensure an effective dialogue for the purpose of identifying issues requiring the special attention and support of OMIK. Writes reports on these meetings;
7. Performs other duties as required.
Monthly remuneration, subject to social security deductions is 1180.67 Euro/month. Social benefits will include participation in the OSCE Group Insurance Plan (Health, Life, Accidental Disability and Temporary Incapacity Insurance) and the OSCE Provident Fund. Appointments are normally made at step 1 of the applicable OSCE salary scale. At the discretion of the appointing authority a higher step may be approved up to a maximum of step 3 subject to specific conditions.
|How To Apply|
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