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Büro Führungskräfte zu Internationalen Organisationen

Junior Professional Officer (JPO)

Die Bundesregierung hat mit mehr als 20 Internationalen Organisationen Abkommen zur Förderung von deutschen Nachwuchskräften als JPO geschlossen. Die Federführung des Programms liegt beim Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (BMZ); das Büro Führungskräfte zu Internationalen Organisationen (BFIO) ist verantwortlich für die Durchführung des Programms. Angesprochen sind Bewerber/innen mit deutscher Staatsangehörigkeit und mit erster Berufserfahrung nach abgeschlossenem Hochschulstudium.

Da es sich um ein Nachwuchsförderprogramm handelt, sollten Bewerberinnen und Bewerber im Regelfall zwischen zwei bis vier Jahren Berufserfahrung haben. Bitte beachten Sie, dass bei einigen Internationalen Organisationen eine Altersgrenze existiert, hier ist die jeweilige Stellenausschreibung maßgebend (entscheidend für die Altersgrenze ist der Zeitpunkt der Aufnahme der Tätigkeit).


Wichtige Informationen zur Bewerbung (Bewerbungsvoraussetzungen, Bewerbungsformular, Details zur Stellenbeschreibung etc.) finden Sie auf unserer Website unter www.bfio.de, Stichwort: JPO-Programm.

Bewerbungsschluss ist Freitag, der 23. August 2019, 24.00 Uhr MEZ


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UNODC - JPO in Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, Prison Reform, Vienna


Junior Professional Officer (JPO) in Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, Vienna
Sector/Unit: Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, Prison Reform
Duration: 2 years with the possibility of extension for another year
Please note that for participants of the JPO-Programme two years work experience are mandatory!


Main duties and responsibilities:

  • Preparing desk reviews of relevant laws, policies and measures; preparing and participating in needs assessment or programming missions; providing assistance and contributions for developing and implementing strategies, programmes and projects at the national, sub-regional, and regional level to support governments in applying the international standards and norms on crime prevention and criminal justice; preparing and maintaining up-to-date periodic implementation reports and programme data.
  • Analysing data and information on crime patterns, root causes and trends; compiling and assessing national policies and practices; carrying out comparative analysis of data; contributing to the preparation of research and policy papers; preparing and coordinating briefing notes, situation reports, background papers and presentations.
  • Contributing substantive input through research, analysis, and drafting; preparing Terms of Reference for international consultants; drafting concept notes; reviewing draft texts and other products and organizing expert group meetings.
  • Supporting the facilitation of knowledge exchange on promising practices in prison management and conceptualizing, organizing, and servicing workshops and conferences.
  • Supporting the preparation of documentation and records for and servicing of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, as well as intergovernmental expert group meetings.
  • Participating in consultation with partners on penal reform, preparing and making presentations on these subjects; facilitating liaison and developing synergies.
  • Assisting in the operational implementation of prison reform activities on the ground including liaising with government counterparts, relevant United Nations and other international agencies; participating in local meetings and trainings, ensuring timely project reviews, monitoring and reporting.


Profile of qualification:

Education:

  • Master’s Degree in criminal law, international law, criminology, international relations or in a closely related field, with adequate focus on penal reform.


Experience:

  • A minimum of two years professional experience in crime prevention and criminal justice matters, including in planning and managing pertinent international development or technical cooperation programmes.


Key Competencies:

  • Fluency in English, with excellent drafting skills.
  • Knowledge of other UN official languages is considered an important asset.
  • Full computer literacy and proficiency.
  • Sound knowledge of policies and practices with respect to criminal justice and penal reform.