Terms of Reference
Job Title: Law Enforcement Training Advisor (Senior International Expert)
Total Position(s): 1
Job Type: SSA
Job Location: Islamabad
Minimum Education: University Degree, or a Law Enforcement Academy Certification with additional experience acceptable
Specialization: Law Enforcement and/or Policing
Minimum Experience: 20 years
Career Level: Senior Level
Work Permit: Pakistan (if needed to be arranged by organizational unit)
Organizational Unit: UNODC
Duration: 44 days between February and October 2011
Apply By: 30 January 2011
Posted On: 17 January 2011
The UNODC Country Office for Pakistan (UNODC PAKISTAN) is tasked with assisting Pakistan through its recently developed Country Programme with a focus on needs related to illicit trafficking and border management, criminal justice and drug demand reduction and HIV. Pakistan’s police forces are the Government’s first responders and primary preventers of crime that affects the lives of ordinary citizens.
The UNODC Country Programme Sub-Programme 1 supports government agencies in drug and precursor control, countering migration-related crime and enhancing border management, and Sub-Programme 2 supports the enhancement of capacity of police and law enforcement. UNODC Pakistan requires the services of a senior international Law Enforcement Training Advisor to advise, evaluate and guide Computer-Based Training (CBT) assistance provided in these areas.
The objective of the consultancy is to support the development and implementation of UNODC’s activities related to CBT for law enforcement. Specifically, the Law Enforcement Training Advisor will provide technical assistance in support of the implementation and oversight of the establishment of CBT centres across Pakistan, and the development of CBT and DVD based curriculum for law enforcement.
The Law Enforcement Training Advisor will work under the supervision of the Representative of the Country Office for Pakistan and complete the following substantive duties and responsibilities:
1. Evaluating and advising on data provided by the learning management systems from CBT centres,
2. Provide quality assurance training products (CBT or DVD) developed during their design phase,
3. Advise UNODC staff and the Representative on the 2011 implementation plan for CBT activities,
4. Review the implementation plan for CBT activities mid-year and adjust as required,
5. Conduct one workshop for senior managers of law enforcement agencies,
6. Conduct three workshops for CBT centre managers.
· Brief evaluation report and presentation of learning data extracted from CBT centres (to be drafted with UNODC staff)
· Summary note with recommendations on the direction of future CBT activities in Pakistan (to be drafted with UNODC staff)
· Quality assured training products supplied by UNODC’s CBT supplier (CBT and DVD)
· Summary note with recommendations on how to improve current CBT activities including translation of modules
· Evaluation of, and input to, the evolving 2011 implementation plan for CBT activities, including up-to-date work plan and timeline
· Presentations, agendas and reports for CBT workshops for law enforcement agency / police senior managers, and CBT centre managers.
Qualification and Experience
A university degree in the fields of criminology or law enforcement from a recognized institution. A law enforcement academy certification in combination with qualifying experience will be accepted in lieu of a university degree.
At least twenty years of relevant work experience in drug law enforcement and police training and capacity building, with experience developing training academies in developing countries. Up-to-date knowledge and practical experience of United Nations programme policies, guidelines and procedures. Working experience in a United Nations field office in a developing country is an asset.
Completion of related reports and documents will require travel to Islamabad Pakistan, document review, and interaction (as appropriate) with concerned ministries and agencies of the Govt of Pakistan and international partners, and the UNODC supplier of training products (CBT and DVD). Relevant supporting documents will be made available by UNODC Pakistan as required. The structure of reports and presentations to be completed by the Advisor will be agreed with UNODC Pakistan.
Planning and Implementation Arrangements
The Law Enforcement Training Advisor assignment will combine work from home and travel to Islamabad Pakistan on a schedule to be determined with the Representative and UNODC PAKISTAN colleagues. The Representative will support and guide the work of the Law Enforcement Training Advisor.
The Law Enforcement Training Advisor will have documents approved by the Representative prior to release.
Payment Schedule and Rate
The Law Enforcement Training Advisor will be issued a consultancy contract and paid in accordance with United Nations rules and procedures.