Dep Coordinator, Combating Trafficking in Human Beings, OSCE (Vienna)

Deputy Coordinator, Combating Trafficking in Human Beings within the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe

Closes: Nov 10, 2017, Apply by: 12 November for full consideration
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OSCE/PAE React

Dear Colleague,

Please consider (or circulate) the following announcement to highly-qualified U.S. citizen applicants. PAE Government Services, under contract for the U.S. Department of State, is seeking applications from a specialist with 10-12 years of experience in human rights and human trafficking, including several years in management and policy-making to serve as the Deputy Coordinator, Combating Trafficking in Human Beings within the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Secretariat in Vienna, Austria. The successful applicant will assist and advise the Special Representative and Coordinator for Combatting Trafficking in Human Beings with policy level analysis, recommendations for strategies for anti-trafficking initiatives and action plans, briefings, reports, budgeting and donor relations; provide support and information to OSCE participating states in implementing their relevant commitments; represent the Special Representative to and liaise with international organizations and civil society and other relevant actors; assist in the management and coordination of daily responsibilities of the office, including the integration of a gender perspective, among other assigned duties.

Deputy Coordinator, Combating Trafficking in Human Beings

Department Level: Senior Management

Vacancy Number: VNSECS01288

Duty Station: Vienna, Austria

View the job description: https://www.pae.com/careers-react-opportunities

Please cite PCDNetwork as the source of the posting in your application.

In order to receive full consideration, interested parties should create an online application and enter the relevant vacancy number at: https://www.pae.com/careers-react at the earliest time by 12 November. Only finalists will be contacted. PAE-REACT will interview short-listed candidates in order to make nominations by the OSCE deadline.

Requirements include, but are not limited to:

• Second-level university degree in a relevant field;

• Ten to twelve years of professional experience in the human rights or other relevant field with specific experience in human trafficking, including several years in a managerial and policy-making role;

• Proven experience in the development and management of anti-trafficking programs in areas of prevention and/or law enforcement and prosecution and/or protection and assistance;

• Experience working for an international organization and/or other relevant international experience;

• Demonstrated gender awareness and sensitivity, and an ability to integrate a gender perspective into the Office’s tasks and activities;

• Effective communication skills including experience in presenting at high level events;

• Budgetary and performance-based management experience;

• Professional fluency in English, including writing skills and preferably working knowledge of another OSCE official language;

• Ability to operate windows applications, including word-processing and e-mail; and

• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with people of different national and cultural.

Tasks and Responsibilities

Under the direct supervision of the Special Representative and Co-ordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings, the incumbent will assist and advise OSCE participating States in the implementation of the OSCE Action Plan to Combat Trafficking in Human Beings, other OSCE anti-trafficking commitments, and the UN Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons. More specifically, she/he will be responsible for:

1. Assisting and advising the Special Representative in her/his overall anti-trafficking mission and work in supporting OSCE participating States in the implementation of their anti-trafficking commitments, development of their anti-trafficking policies including national plans of action;

2. Supporting the Special Representative with policy level analysis, recommending the development of strategies and anti-trafficking initiatives and responses to requests for information about trafficking in human beings;

3. Assisting in the management and co-ordination of the functions of the Office and overseeing the daily responsibilities of the Office;

4. Advising the Special Representative on budget planning and its implementation, including the drafting of budget-related submissions;

5. Exploring fund raising opportunities, seeking potential donors to finance Office extra-budgetary activities;

6. Co-operating and liaising in the co-ordination of efforts of other OSCE structures engaged in combating trafficking in human beings across the three dimensions and avoiding duplication of effort organization-wide;

7. Overseeing the development of verbal and written briefs, various reports, including the OSR Annual Report, speaking notes and political documents as required;

8. Coordinating the regular flow of information to participating States on the activities of the Special Representative and the progress of initiatives;

9. Liaising and networking with relevant actors, such as international organizations and NGOs and promoting the public/political profile of the Office’s activities; this will include periods of duty travel;

10. Representing the Special Representative in closed as well as public meetings in Vienna and in regional/international conferences and other fora; and

11. Performing other related duties as assigned.

Again, interested parties should create an online application and enter the relevant vacancy number at: https://www.pae.com/careers-react at the earliest time but no later than 12 November, 2017. Please cite PCDNetwork as the source of the posting in your application.

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