or you can register here
In this section you can find and post job opportunities for experts in security and justice reform.
DCAF's Business and Security Division are looking for a Project Coordinator. The Project Coordinator will play an active role in the planning, implementation and monitoring of policy research and operational programmes that address security and human rights challenges in complex environments. Central to this role is leading DCAF’s work on the topic conducted in partnership with the International Committee of the Red Cross.
For full details about the vacancy as Project Coordinator, kindly follow the link.
CMI (Crisis Management Initiative) are seeking an experienced and capable Director to lead CMI’s Finance and Administration team. This person will lead a team responsible for finance, administration, risk management and partly human resources. S/he will be responsible for all of CMI’s finance and administration both in Finland and abroad. S/he will lead and develop the team’s areas of responsibility but also have a hands-on attitude and capability as necessary. S/he will report to the Executive Director.
For full details about the vacancy as Director, Finance and Administration, kindly follow the link.
European Security and Defense College (ESDC) are looking for a Seconded National Expert as their new Training Manager focusing on civilian aspects of conflict prevention and civilian crisis management in support of CSDP missions and operations. The candidate will lead capacity building projects, Security Sector Reform and the work of the SSR Board including cooperation with other training actors and EU structures. The candidate will lead on training in the field of human rights, gender, child protection, building integrity, security-development nexus, conflict analysis and mediation support etc. as part of the EU integrated approach.
For full details about the vacancy as Training Manager, kindly follow the link.
Sous la supervision du directeur du département, de son adjoint ainsi que du responsable de pôle, le/la chargé.e de projets assure la mise en œuvre opérationnelle de l'ensemble des phases du cycle de projet. Les projets en cours de mise en œuvre ou en développement sont principalement des « offres intégrées » visant à assurer la fourniture de biens, services et travaux de construction / réhabilitation, du conseil et de l’assistance technique ainsi que des actions de renforcement de capacités / formation. Ces projets et programmes couvrent principalement le secteur de la sécurité de défense.
Pour postuler à l'offre Chargé.e de projets - pôle Opérations internationales de sécurité et Opérations de maintien de la Paix, veuillez suivre le lien.
SFCG lance en cette année 2019 un projet : « Youth Talk: Empowering Young People through Media in Mali, Central African Republic, and South Sudan
» avec le financement de Bezos Family Foundation. Ce projet de 36 mois vise à soutenir l’autonomisation des jeunes dans leurs communautés à travers des activités de proximité et de communication à Bangui et à Bambari. SFCG recherche pour ce projet un Chef de Projet pour le bureau de Bangui.
Pour postuler à l'offre Chef de Projet - CAR veuillez suivre le lien.
DCAF’s Middle East and North Africa Division is looking for an experienced, motivated and dynamic individual to serve as Project Officer in Tunis office (100%). The Project Officer will be part of a professional team in Tunis and will report to the Head and Deputy Head of the DCAF Tunis office.
For full details about the vacancy Project officer / Middle East and North Africa Division, kindly follow the link.
The International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ) seeks a Program Associate for their office in Kampala, Uganda. The Program Associate will report to the Head of Office and will provide support in coordinating programmatic work in Uganda.
For full details about the vacancy Program Associate - Uganda, kindly follow the link.
DCAF's Gender and Security division are looking for a Project Officer.
With an eleven-person team, the Gender and Security Division leads DCAF’s work promoting gender equality by providing policy advice, conducting practical research and implementing operational projects.
Under the supervision of the Programme Manager, the candidate will support the development, implementation, and monitoring of complex research projects for the Division and work collaboratively with other DCAF divisions. This position requires knowledge and familiarity with gender and security, experience in applied research, strong interpersonal skills, and good understanding of security policy.
For full details about the vacancy Project Officer Gender and Security Division, kindly follow the link.
DCAF Euopa and Central Asia Division are looking for a Project Officer.
The Project Officer will be assigned to the DCAF’s Europe and Central Asia Division, and reporting directly to the Head of Police Programme. The candidate will be supporting DCAF in the implementation the Police Assistance Project on Strategic Reform Capacities for the National Police of Ukraine (PSRC-NPU). The project aims at supporting and institutionalizing strategic management and reform capacities at NPU and is part of a wider assistance Programme of Global Affairs Canada (GAC), Peace and Stabilization Operations Program (PSOPs) in Ukraine. The candidate will support the projects implementation, monitor and review while based at DCAF Geneva headquarters.
For full details about the vacancy as Project Officer at DCAF Europe and Central Asia Divison, kindly follow the link.
DCAF is currently seeking an experienced, dynamic, and creative leader to serve as Head of the Gender and Security Division. The candidate will set the vision and provide strategic management and oversight of the Gender and Security Division’s diverse operational and policy and research portfolio related to gender equality in security sector governance and reform. As the Head of division, the candidate will lead a highly professional, 10-member team in Geneva with a wide-ranging portfolio of Projects including policy development and advocacy, provision of technical advice, developing research products, supporting local partners, delivering training, etc.
This position requires extensive knowledge and expertise in gender and security, hands-on leadership and interpersonal skills, as well as a deep understanding of relevant policy development on gender and security in multinational institutions, particularly the UN, EU, and OSCE. The post requires travel to different regions of the world and frequent engagements as a public speaker.
For full details about the vacancy as Head of Gender and Security Division at DCAF, kindly follow the link.