Job Title: Regional Specialised Officer
Organisation: International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL)
Location: San Salvador, El Salvador
Closing Date: 28 December 2021
Salary: Not Stated
Contract Type: Fixed Term Secondment
Working Pattern: Not Stated
Sponsors international candidates? Not Stated
Under the supervision of the Head of Regional Bureau, the Regional Specialized Officer will be responsible for:
the specific operational crime response, covering all aspects of day-to-day crime matters relevant to the region,
the general information related to law enforcement and crime combating in the region and
an adequate support on regional and national level.
These assignments will improve the co-operation in the region and should be accomplished through the treatment of INTERPOL messages, conferences and meetings, missions, liaison, training and the creation of reports.
Role and Responsibilities
Assess information received at the General Secretariat and initiate the timely diffusion of relevant information to member countries;
Link items of information in order to develop trends and strategic initiatives as necessary;
Initiate and prepare programmes and projects concerning assigned countries dealt with or specific kind of crime;
Prepare analytical studies and summary reports;
Identify criminal/co-operation problems in assigned country and propose solutions;
Represent the General Secretariat at external meetings/conferences;
Prepare draft agenda, circular letters, invitations to specific speakers;
Arrange facilities of meetings;
Anticipate potential problems and recommend corrective action;
Draft a final report of the meeting/conference;
Follow-up on a timely basis action items as a result of the meeting/conference;
Prepare written mission reports and any additional documents as necessary;
Write case studies and summaries;
Make presentations at the General Secretariat and other meetings;
Receive visitors in order to discuss INTERPOL issues;
Assist member countries and regional initiatives/international organizations on request;
Advise on legal/technical possibilities for investigations;
Co-ordinate complicated ongoing investigations on request;
Carry out liaison missions as required;
Ensure the liaison between the General Secretariat and the assigned countries and regional initiatives/international organizations;
Receive communications and take appropriate timely action during assign permanence duty, as outlined in the Stand-by duty instructions;
Establish and maintain work methods and procedures;
Use working techniques in order to achieve maximum effectiveness and efficiency.
Experience, Skills and Qualifications
At least three-to-four years’ education at a University or other specialized higher education establishment.
At least three years in legal or police areas.
Ten years’ experience in the area is required if the post holder does not have the required level of education.
Experience in international police co-operation.
Fluency in English and Spanish is required.
Strong communication skills, both in written and oral form (public speaking and delivery of presentations).
Experience in working with computers including knowledge of oral presentations software, business intelligence and word processing software as well as Internet.
Experience in preparing written documents, including intelligence reports, and visual presentations that meet professional standards.
Independently analyse complex/large volume of material.
Work within a multi-faceted investigative team concept.
Working knowledge of language(s) spoken in the region would be an additional asset.
Experience working in an international environment would be highly desirable, for example, employment in an international organization, or participation in international working groups, joint international projects, etc.
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