CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION EXPERT IN MYANMAR
As part of the European Union's support for democratic transition in Myanmar, CIVIPOL is participating in a project to support the reform of the Burmese police. More specifically, CIVIPOL aims to strengthen the capacity of the Burmese police to conduct criminal investigations in accordance with the highest international standards and respect for gender equality, as well as to support better coordination within the criminal justice system.
The main responsibility of the expert will be to coordinate the development of a set of training and activities (study visit, workshops, conferences, etc.) for officers of the CID (Criminal Investigation Department).
The actions to be implemented include crime scene management, the fight against human beings trafficking, interrogation techniques, violence against women, forensic police, and cooperation between police and other judicial actors. Particular attention will be devoted to gender issues in the activities carried out.
These activities will be monitored and assessed, just as the training needs of the Burmese police forces will be analyzed in order to update the workplan of the project.
Finally, areas of cooperation will be developed with other actors, both national and international, involved in security sector reform in Myanmar.
Qualifications and skills
- Post graduate University degree in public administration, economics, law
- Preferably, Master’s Degree in a field related to pilice administration, security, criminal justice or other relevant field
- Excellent command of the English language, both orally and written
- Excellent analytical and communication skills
- Excellent inter-personal skills
- Experience in monitoring and evaluation in the field of Security
- Excellent report writing skills
- Strong results-based management skills acquired in previous leadership positions in Capacity Development support programmes.
- Good computer skills including Excel, PowerPoint, Word
- 12-15 years of experience in management of criminal investigations
- 7-10 years of experience in designing, or implementing training programmes especially in the fiels of Rule of Law or security sector reform
- Experience in security cooperation in development environments
- Deep understanding of the social, political and economic issues that affecting security reforms and/or law enforcement strategies in developing countries.
- Relevant experience in the region will be an asset
Terms and Conditions
- One-year renewable fixed-term contract
- Application deadline - January 15, 2020
- Start date - as soon as possible
- Salary - salary conditions to be specified
- Location of the substation - Rangoon, Myanmar (Burma)