Expert-Terrorism Prevention, UNODC, Nairobi
Qualifications, Competencies and Skills
Advanced university degree in criminal or international law,
criminology, sociology or equivalent, with specialization in
international aspects of
crime and justice issues.
At least five years of relevant professional
experience in crime prevention and criminal justice issues, preferably
judicial and prosecutorial matters and preferably with a focus on
terrorism or closely related issues;
knowledge of the political and
dynamics of Eastern Africa, including the role and functioning of
relevant sub-regional and regional organizations, such as IGAD and the
work experience in technical assistance activities, including
familiarity with the modalities of international
cooperation for development.
Candidates with a first-level university
degree and at least seven years of relevant professional experience may be
Fluency in English, with excellent drafting and communication skills;
working level knowledge of French;
knowledge of national languages of the
region highly desirable;
knowledge of other United Nations official
languages an advantage.
The United Nations shall place no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its
principal and subsidiary organs. (Charter of the United Nations -
Chapter 3, article 8).
External applicants are requested to complete a United Nations
Personal History form (P.11), available at website:
Interested United Nations and UNODC staff members at the P-3/L-3 or
P-2/L-2 level who possess the relevant training and experience should
submit a copy of their
Personal History Profile (PHP), which is available at the following
plus two recent PAS's.
Director, UNODC reserves the
right to appoint a candidate at one level below the advertised level
of the post.
Due to the volume of applications only those candidates under serious
consideration will be acknowledged.
All applications should be sent via email to email@example.com with subject 07-VIE-17 or by fax to (+43 1) 26060-7-5742,
Human Resources Management Service,
United Nations Office at Vienna, Room E1050,
Vienna International Centre,
P.O. Box 500, 1400 Vienna, Austria.