UNITED NATIONS NATIONS UNIES
United Nations Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT (N-TL-10-009)
National Investigator (NPO)
POST TITLE: National Investigator (1 Post)
CATEGORY: National Professional Officer (NPO)
DEPARTMENT: Serious Crimes Investigation Team
GRADE LAVEL: NO-A
Date of Issue: 05 May 2010
Deadline of Application: 19 May 2010
The National Investigator, as a member of a regional team, will investigate serious crimes cases occurred in particular district.
As a member of a Regional Team will investigate serious crimes cases in particular district. In particular the Incumbent will:
Participate in preparation of investigation plans in consultation with other members of a team;
Conduct criminal investigations by interviewing and taking statement of victims, witnesses and suspects, visiting crime scenes, collecting other evidence, etc.
Assist the Forensic team in conducting exhumations and repatriation of human remains to their family.
Brief the Legal Officer and Coordination Officer on work done;
Prepare weekly reports for the Legal Officer;
Deliver regularly information necessary for updating the SCIT database.
Perform other tasks assigned by the Senior Investigator.
Team Work - Good interpersonal skills and ability to establish and maintain effective working relations with international and national team members with sensitivity and respect for diversity;
Communications – Good oral and written communication andd drafting skills;
Professionalism - Demonstrated in-depth understanding and expertise in the field of criminal investigations; experience in working under pressure; strong analytical skills with regard to complex investigations.
Technological Awareness - Computer skills, including in word processing; ability to use relevant software applications, in particular information databases, internet and intranet services, library sources etc.
QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
Degree in Law, preferably Criminal Law, or other related field.
Police academy training and experience in related areas;
At least 2 years of experience in conducting criminal investigations;
Previous experience in investigating crimes against humanity and/or working for the former Serious Crimes Unit will be a significant advantage;
Fluency in oral and written Tetum, good knowledge of English; knowledge of Portuguese, Bahasa Indonesia and/or local languages will be an asset.
The applicants must present:
Application letter indicating the VA Number (N-TL-10-009); Curriculum Vitae; UN application Form (P.11) available in Main Gate of Obrigado Barracks, UNMIT HQ; Copies of school and University Certificates as well of any other training related to the requirements of the position; Baptismal or Birth certificate. Please ensure all relevant work experience is reflected on the P11 form.
Please submit your application only if you meet the qualifications and requirements mentioned above. Incomplete application will not be considered.
The United Nations strongly encourages applications from qualified women candidates.
Application must be submitted to UNMIT Headquarters, Obrigado Barracks, (Attention: Personnel Section), Or via E-mail to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline: Wednesday, 19 May 2010