Terms of Reference
Job Title: ANF Academy Mentor
Total Position(s): 1
Job Type: IC
Job Location: Islamabad
Minimum Education: Masters Degree
Degree Title: Criminology, law, public administration or equivalent academic training/education from a recognized national police, customs or other staff learning college with specialization in criminal justice, crime prevention or law enforcement
Minimum Experience: 10 years
Career Level: Senior-Level
Organizational Unit: UNODC
Duration: 42 working days, starting September 2011
Posted On: 12 August 2011
Apply By: 25 August 2011
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Country Office for Pakistan (COPAK) is tasked with assisting Pakistan through its Country Programme (CP) 2010-14 with a focus on needs related to illicit trafficking and border management, criminal justice and drug demand reduction and HIV/AIDS.
COPAK requires the services of a Mentor for the ANF Academy, a training academy on drugs and organized crime for operational experts and policy makers from the national and regional level. The Mentor will be assisting the Academy in planning its operations, training curricula, design and delivery of training and other events.
The purpose of the assignment is to support the development and implementation of the UNODC CP, specifically “Outcome 1: Drugs and Precursors Operations Identified and Acted Upon” by developing the interdiction capacities of relevant Pakistani law enforcement agencies.
The objective of the assignment is to assist the managing staff and trainers of the ANF Academy in further developing elements of their training strategy and academy management structures, training curricula, and mobilizing regional and international support for the Academy.
Under the overall supervision of the UNODC Representative, the Mentor will support and provide technical advise to the Commandant of the ANF Academy. The Consultantwill undertake the following substantive duties and responsibilities:
· Developing a sustainable training and development strategy for the ANF Academy;
· Identifying curricula needs for national and regional training courses;
· Implementing best training practices and modern training methodologies that are tailored to the cultural, linguistic, financial and technological realities in the region;
· Improving the integration of computer-based training (CBT) into Academy training curricula;
· Identifying a roster of suitable international trainers for selected/recommended courses.
1. Training and academy development strategy (draft and final reports)
2. Developing and identifying curricula needs for national and regional training courses
- CBT curricula integrated
- Mechanisms for coordination with other national and regional academies development
Qualification and Experience
· Minimum 10 years professional experience as a law enforcement officer, with specialist knowledge and operational experience in the fields of drug law enforcement and organized crime; several years of practical experience in law enforcement training; of which at least 5 years should have been on international assignments.
· Experienced as a staff trainer, capable of developing law enforcement courses in support of drug control and crime prevention, familiar with modern instructional techniques.
· Demonstrated administrative, planning and organisational skills at senior managerial level or supervisory positions.
· International experience with drug law enforcement agencies, particularly those in the region would be an asset.
· Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English.
Completion of the work will require the consultant to be in Islamabad working with the ANF Academy. He/she will review documents and interact with law enforcement counterparts. COPAK staff will support, guide and direct necessary substantive and administrative inputs.
Planning and Implementation Arrangements
The Consultantwill work closely with the concerned Programme Officers for law enforcement projects and the Country Representative and have documents approved by them prior to release.
Although the consultantis meant to take all views expressed into account, he/she will have to use his/her independent judgment in preparing documents.
Payment Schedule and Rate
The consultant will be issued a consultancy contract (Individual Contract) and paid on a monthly basis in accordance with United Nations rules and procedures. Payment scale will be determined by UNDP recommended rates for senior-level international consultants. Travel costs including transportation and Daily Subsistence Allowance (DSA) for travels will be paid by UNODC in accordance with United Nations rules and procedures.
Interested candidates are requested to submit a technical and financial proposal with application to email@example.com:
(i) Technical proposal should include the following:
1. Cover letter explaining interest for the position
2. Detailed P-11 form
3. Proposed methodology and workplan for the deliverables stated in the Terms of Reference
(ii) Financial Proposal should indicate lump sum amount/fee for the entire set of consultancy services.