Background Background : The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Country Office for Pakistan (COPAK) is tasked with assisting Pakistan through its Country Programme II (CPII) 2016-19 with a focus on needs related to illicit trafficking and border management, criminal justice and drug demand reduction and HIV / AIDS.
Police, Prosecution, Judiciary, Prisons etc. The outcomes deal with effective law enforcement services, prosecution and adjudication of criminal cases and effective management of prisons with a series of activities including training, providing equipment, study tours, compiling data on trends and monitoring and evaluation.
All these activities are designed to increase the capacities of government agencies and other stakeholders. COPAK requires the services of Programme Officer ROL to support and coordinate the implementation of the Rule of Law Project in Sindh under SPII.
In order to develop the Government of Pakistan’s Rule of law institutional capacities and to react in a strategic manner, UNODC Pakistan requires the services of a Programme Officer with experience in rule of law and oversight as well as programme planning, monitoring and evaluation.
2. Assignment Objective To manage the implementation of activities and tasks under SPII of the COPAK Country Programme, the Officer is expected to deliver high quality outputs and products, build and engage a network of active stakeholders, support the implementation of interventions to enhance effective rule of law in Sindh and ensure that budgets and plans are maintained.
The Programme Officer ROL will be required to work closely with the Provincial Home Department, Sindh High Court, Sindh Prosecution department, Sindh Prison Department, and provincial legislatures.
The management of COPAK and the affiliated Government ministries and agencies will be advised and guided on identified needs and issues.
Duties and Responsibilities The Programme Officer ROL will report to the Criminal Justice Advisor and will work closely with the Country Representative as well as sub programme coordinatorsThe Programme Officer ROL will undertake the following substantive duties and responsibilities1.
Manage the implementation of Criminal Justice work under the Country Programme along with Judiciary in Sindh2.Coordinate UNODC’s Criminal Justice work with the Government of Sindh ministries and relevant agencies and ensure synergies with Government policies and frameworks3.
Design, source and supervise expert input into programme activities, both substantive and for monitoring purposes4.Monitor and provide reporting on programme progress towards outcomes in Sindh, within the framework of UNODC’s Country Programme II for Pakistan5.
Ensure the integrity of financial systems, review budget requirements of the programme and the office in Sindh and ensure consistent application of rules and regulations in cooperation with the Programme Assistant 6.
Maintain updated data and information on UNODC programmes and activities in Sindh as well as on activities of other multilateral and bilateral stakeholders for a variety of internal and external purposes (e.
g. donors requirements)7.Analyze the criminal justice situation in the province and prepare and organize a variety of written inputs as necessary, such as background papers, concept notes, working and position papers, presentations, briefing notes as well as regular documents such as correspondence with governments and mission reports8.
Organize policy making and expert group meetings to analyze and advise on UNODC relevant issues; when requested, represent UNODC at those meetings9.
As required, supervise professional and support staff in particular junior staff on substantive and programmatic issues10.
Support the implementation of criminal justice programme in Sindh and provide relevant information to the Programme Officers Police, Prosecution, Prisons and Anti-corruption on regular basis11.
Any other duties as assigned by the Advisor, Criminal Justice / SPII EXPECTED DELIVERABLES1.Implementation plan based on the work-plan for the Criminal Justice work under the Country Programme II in Sindh2.
Reporting on progress in house as well as quarterly, semi-annual and annual reporting to donors3.Produce and manage briefs, reports and assessments on issues identified in line with research and recommendations4.
Organize and / or deliver trainings to relevant Government ministries and agencies of Sindh 5.Develop proposals in line with the donor requirements and relevant budgets in consultation with Finance Department Competencies Required Skills and Experience
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