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Organizational Context
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) is the United Nations entity
responsible for the fight against illicit drugs and transnational crime. The agency
provides technical cooperation to UN member states in areas of drugs control and
crime prevention, including prevention and control of organized crime, corruption,
money laundering, human trafficking, smuggling of migrants and terrorism, amongst
other crimes, based on respects of human rights and international standards.

The project TRACK4TIP is a three-year initiative 2019-2022, implemented by UNODC in
eight countries across South America and the Caribbean with actions at the national
and regional level in Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Trinidad
and Tobago, Curaçao and Aruba.

The overall objective of the project is to enhance the regional criminal justice response
to human trafficking among migration flows within the beneficiary countries following
a victim-centred and multidisciplinary approach working at the regional and local levels
to identify, prevent and prosecute cases.

The position of Project Officer will be located in Brasilia, Brazil, in UNODC Country
Office of Brazil (LPOBRA). Under the overall guidance of UNODC Representative in
Brazil, the Project Officer will work under the director supervision of the LPOBRA Rule
of Law coordinator as first reporting officer and the Project Coordinator of the Global
Programme against Trafficking in Persons of the Human Trafficking and Migrant
Smuggling Section (HTMSS), Organized Crime and Illicit Trafficking Branch (OCB),
UNODC Division for Treaty Affairs (DTA). The position may require significant travels in
the country and in the region.

Main Duties and Expected Results:

Promote the work of UNODC against trafficking in persons in the country and in
the region within the overall framework of the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress
and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children, supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime;

• Support the planning, implementation and monitoring of the project
TRACK4TIP in beneficiary countries, in consultation with UNODC LPOBRA and
HTMSS;

• Develop and implement the work-plan of UNODC regional initiative TRACK4TIP
agreed with national authorities of Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Trinidad and Tobago, Curaçao, and Aruba, under the Global Programme against Trafficking in Persons, including providing substantive advice on the criminal justice coordination and response;

• Promote and ensure regular and effective communication with national
counterparts, other UN agencies, relevant actors such civil society organization, private sector, as well as relevant stakeholders and colleagues at the Field Offices and Headquarters to ensure the workplan implementation, monitoring of activities and reporting obligations are fulfilled promptly;

• Provide support at the national level to improve national referral mechanisms
to better identify and safely report human trafficking cases in the context of migration flows at ports of entry, transit points, and destination communities;

• Participate in the collection and analysis of information, on the modus operandi
of criminal networks that are associated with human trafficking that affects populations migrating within the region;

• Promote at the national level liaison between National coordination
mechanisms and law enforcement agencies and prosecutors with authority to investigate and prosecute Trafficking in persons.

• Initiate, coordinate and prepare of specialized technical assistance delivery
tools, concept notes, agendas background papers, briefings, presentations to implement the project work plan;

• Design, organize and deliver activities related to trafficking in persons including training and other capacity-building assistance to criminal investigation and prosecution authorities at the national and local level within countries covere by the project, as well as the review of legislative and policy frameworks and the revision, dissemination and use of UNODC training and capacity-building tools;

• Undertake frequent missions in the country and, as required, in the region;

• Monitor and oversee project budgets in consultation with relevant colleagues, and anticipate revisions if necessary;

• Write Progress and Delivery Reports on a regular basis;

• Draft annual detailed work-plans including estimated budget; monitor
expenditures linked to the project and prepare/review financial and narrative reports in line with UN rules and regulations and donors’ requirements;

• Provide substantive input and assistance to drafting and preparing several
written documents for HQs and LPOBRA (project report, speaking points, media
releases, advocacy and visibility information, website postings, etc.) as well as
organize and participate in awareness-raising events on trafficking in persons;

Key results expected:
• Human rights and gender are mainstreamed into UNODC regular work;
• Project work-plan developed and endorsed by relevant stakeholders
• Project activities timely implemented;
• Financial plan developed including budget estimate and budget revisions
anticipated and requested;
• Strategic partnerships created;
• Technical and financial implementation of project timely executed pursuant to
UN rules and regulations and donor’s requirements;
• UNODC supported in its events and dissemination of information;
• Project progress and delivery reports written;
• Consultancy needs identified, Terms of Reference for consultants drafted and
recruitment processes successfully completed
• UNODC represented in meetings and events;
• Training for national counterparts provided;
• National and international staff supported during official missions.

Impact of results
The key results have an impact in the implementation of UNODC TRACK4TIP project
enhancing the regional criminal justice response to human trafficking among migration
flows within the beneficiary countries following a victim-centered and multidisciplinary
approach working at the regional and local levels to identify, prevent and prosecute
cases. Impact is expected in the implementation of Liaison and Partnership Office in
Brazil (LPOBRA) project portfolio addressing crime prevention and criminal justice.

Required competencies

• Corporate competencies: Professionalism, integrity, and respect for diversity.
• Core competencies: Teamwork, planning and organizing, communication, client
orientation, accountability, commitment to continuous learning, vision

 

Qualifications
Education
1. University degree in social and behavioural sciences (law, political science,
social sciences, psychology, international relations, human rights or related
field).
2. Postgraduation degree (lato or stricto sensu) in social and behavioural sciences
(law, political science, social sciences, psychology, international relations, human rights or related field)

4 (four) additional years of relevant experience
to the post beyond required in the item 5 below.
3. Masters’degree and/or PhD in social and behavioural sciences (law, political
science, social sciences, psychology, international relations, human rights etc.)
is considered an asset.

Experience
4. Minimum of five (5) years of professional experience with the implementation
of international cooperation projects at the national or international level,
working on human trafficking and smuggling, migration related issues, human
rights, development and rule of law; or a minimum of five (5) years of
professional experience inside the United Nations and/or its institutions;
5. Experience in designing, organizing and delivering activities related to training
and capacity capacity-building assistance is an asset.
Languages
6. Proficiency, oral and written, in Portuguese and English;
7. Fluency in Spanish is an asset.
Other
8. Brazilian nationality or legal authorization to work in Brazil.

Selection Steps
Step 1 – Application and initial screening

Application Deadline: 14.02.2020 – 23:59 PM (to time in Brasilia, Brazil)

Interested candidates shall:
1. Submit Motivation Letter (maximum 2 pages) and P-11 Form to the e-mail
unodc-brazil.recrutamento@un.org with the message subject “Project Officer”.
2. The P-11 Form, which must be properly filled out and signed,
Step 2 – Interview and knowledge written assessment
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to participate in an interview and a written
knowledge assessment, on dates suggested by UNODC.
Both interview and assessment will be conducted remotely, on dates to be notified in
advance.

 

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