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OPCW

Principal Analyst (part of the Attribution Team)

OPCW

  •  Expira 21/12/2018
  •  Holanda
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Detalle de la Oferta

Área de la Empresa Organizaciones sin Fines de Lucro
Cargo Solicitado Investigador Privado
Puestos Vacantes 1
Tipo de Contratación Tiempo completo
Nivel de Experiencia de cinco a diez años
Salario máximo (USD)
Salario minimo (USD)
Vehículo Indiferente
País Holanda
Departamento cualquier departamento

Descripción de la Oferta

At the Fourth Special Session of the Conference of States Parties (CSP) the CSP decided (C-SS-4/DEC.3) that the OPCW Secretariat shall put into place arrangements to identify the perpetrators of the use of chemical weapons in the Syrian Arab Republic. In furtherance of this decision an Attribution Team is being established which will undertake its activities in an impartial and objective manner.

Under the supervision of the Director of the Attribution Team, and in accordance with the OPCW Core Values of Integrity, Professionalism and Respect for Diversity/Gender Equality, the incumbent performs the following duties:

· Leads and manages in the review, processing, and analysis of information collected by the Team, regarding cases involving the use or likely use of chemical weapons.
· Oversees the collation, processing, and analysis of multi-source information (including open source material) through the use of advanced programming and software tools and identifies information gaps and/or inconsistencies, to inform decisions relating to further investigative activities.
· Provides policy advice in relation to investigation strategy and plays a leading role in the development of investigation policies, guidelines, practices, and procedures for the conduct of the analytical work of the Team and for further investigations.
· Oversees the preparation of analytical products in support of investigations.
· Liaises and coordinates with the Principal Investigator to identify and analyse documents and other material for determination of relevance in investigation activities, including interviews.
· Provides analytical input and advice to investigation activities.
· Assists the AT Director (ATD) in priority setting and case management.
· Assists the ATD in coordinating the activities of investigators and analysts.
· Contributes to the preparation of reports, including detailed reports documenting analytical findings of investigations.
· As required, provides technical briefings to the staff of the AT and to senior management on analytical activities.
· Supports the ATD in the recruitment and training of staff and manages the performance of staff in line with organisational policies and procedures.
· Supports the continuous improvement of policies and processes related to analytical activities, including through contributions to training and knowledge transfer activities.

Knowledge and Skills

Essential:
· Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in international law, criminal investigation, military science, forensic science, crime analysis, social/political science, or other related fields.
· A combination of a first-level university degree or diploma in advanced criminal investigation from a national police academy or law enforcement agency together with significant experience and/or certifications in investigations (military, police, judicial/prosecutorial, federal/national intelligence agencies) may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.

Experience

Essential:
· A minimum of 10 years’ experience in investigations, including five years of specialist analysis work, data compilation and interpretation is required, in areas such as international or national criminal investigations or intelligence.
· Experience in analytical activities at the international level.
· Experience as a chief investigative analyst or similar senior role.
· Knowledge of and experience with structured analysis methodologies.

Desirable:
· Experience leading teams and deployments in high-risk areas.
Knowledge and understanding of multilateral disarmament issues.


Languages
Fluency in English is essential and a good working knowledge of one of the other official languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, and Spanish) is desirable.

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Adm. de Empresas | Ing. Comercial
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