PURPOSE, SCOPE AND IMPACT
The Police and Gendarmerie PGE Programme Adviser (PGE) assists the PGE Delegate in implementing the PGE programme, including planning, carrying out, assessing and following up PGE activities. S/he maintains contact with authorities, mainly security / civil defence bodies and others that may be assigned, at various levels, and participates in meetings with different contacts, in a leading or supporting role.
Covers Jordan and has financial responsibilities for the programme within the country. Contributes to the overall strategic advice provided by the PGE Delegate.
MAIN ACCOUNTABILITIES, DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Assists the PGE Delegate/delegation in understanding all operating or dormant PSD structures; to this end, monitors the political and security situation and specific groups/players and regularly updates mapping of this sector.
- Supports the PGE Delegate in drafting the PGE Strategy and integrating it into the annual planning exercise (Planning for Results), in compliance with the delegation’s main operational priorities and strategy.
- Prepares, conducts, assesses and follows up dissemination activities with the police / security forces on International Human Rights Law (IHRL), International Humanitarian Law (IHL) and on ICRC activities, including organizing and preparing dissemination materials and reporting.
- Maintains and updates the stock of different ICRC publications needed for PGE activities.
- Represents the PGE Delegate in his/her absence.
- Contributes to developing and consolidating the ICRC’s network of contacts within the police and security forces.
- Contributes to providing PGE-related advice to the delegation on security matters, including ongoing operations (if relevant).
- Supports the delegation in PGE-related matters, at his/her level of expertise.
- May have to coach/mentor relevant assigned staff.
- Internally, interacts with the Head of Delegation and the Head of Sub-delegation; Protection, Communication and Prevention teams; and delegates in the field.
- Externally, interacts with police and/or security forces at political and strategic levels, e.g. defence policy, legal advisers, chief of police, Joint Doctrine and Lessons Learnt Directorate, Operations Directorate (critical), and subordinate operational units.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION REQUIRED
Must have police background, in addition to the following:
- 3–5 years’ experience in either planning police operations, legal (IHL/IHRL), peacekeeping/ multinational operations, or civil-military cooperation.
- Good knowledge of Jordan.
- Experience in police operations will be considered as a strong asset.
- War College graduate will be considered as a strong asset.
- Legal studies will be considered as a strong asset.
- University degree or professional diploma.
- Fluent in both Arabic and English languages.
- Computer proficiency.
- Job Location
- Amman, Jordan
- Company Industry
- Non-profit Organization
- Company Type
- Non-Profit Organization
- Job Role
- Support Services
- Employment Type
- Full Time Employee
- Monthly Salary Range
- $1,500 – $2,000
- Number of Vacancies
- Career Level
- Mid Career
- Years of Experience
- Min: 4
- Bachelor’s degree / higher diploma
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