Organization of American States (OAS) in Haiti is hiring an International Analyst on Caribjob today.
More details about the job are below:
In 2018, the Haitian Government requested to the Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS) support for the creation of anti-corruption infrastructure in Haiti.
The OAS proposed the provision of institutional strengthening to improve anti-corruption system and processes, in close collaboration with Haitian institutions.
This collaboration implies strengthening the professional capacities of the public institutions to fight effectively against corruption; and the OAS would guarantee that the national personnel of these institutions have the necessary capacities to prevent and combat corruption on an ongoing basis.
Additionally, it includes supporting the government's plans to improve the use of information and telecommunications technologies (ICT) within the framework of its digital government policy, including open data, in the fight against corruption.
Finally, the project also aims to strengthen the capacities of civil society organizations by training them to monitor the anti-corruption efforts of government institutions that fight corruption in the country.
It is in this context that the "Institutional Strengthening for the Fight Against Corruption in Haiti" (RILCH, for its acronym in French) project was born. The project will be implemented in the next four years and will emphasizes on the assessment of institutional needs in terms of anti-corruption and institutional capacity building.
The Project will work under the principles of Independence, autonomy, professionalism, neutrality, and transparence.
Duties and responsibilities:
- Contribute together with the investigators and other analysts for the correct collection, evaluation, processing, analysis, and dissemination of the information on the various cases.
- Provide guidance and advice to those responsible for the investigations so that the analyst's information is incorporated into the case.
- Carry-out analysis of information in documents, telephone or displayed digital records, transaction reports or any other document, format, or information of interest.
- Ensure that the work is being carried out within the framework of RILCH's internal procedures and Haitian law.
- Use visual information tools/aids to report events, telephone relations or with persons, transactions, use of geographical maps, to improve images and information retrieval, among others.
- Participate in meetings and planning processes and in the development of the Active Collaboration and Technical Advice Division.
- Review and analyze documents selected and provided by other teams and determine if the information is essential and should be processed and analyzed.
- Ensure that the information and documentation are protected properly.
- Develop technical, contextual, and thematic reports, personal profiles and develop projects as assigned.
- Draft reports, information, and studies in support of the investigations and information analysis.
- Testify before the justice tribunals or other authorities as required.
- Serve as expert or technical information analyst (contextual, technical, telephone, etc) in justice tribunals or before other authorities to explain the methodology, conclusions and any other aspect of the analytical reports and products, as required.
- Identify and assess the analytic performance of the Investigative Judge (Juge d´Instruction) and /or the Prosecutors (Commissaires du Government or Parquets) for the purpose of overall institutional strengthening.
- Executive administrative tasks necessary for the application of the policies and procedures of the Active Collaboration and Technical Advice Division.
- Brief on a regular basis, the International Legal Investigator on all the analyses of the investigation, processes, or projects, as assigned.
- As required, may carry-out any other related activity to ensure the success of the OAS Project.
Education & Experience:
Essential: First University Degree (Bachelor's) in criminal law, criminology or a related field and 7 years of relevant experience in similar positions OR Advanced University Degree (Master's) in one of the fields listed above and 4 years of relevant experience OR Doctorate and 1 year of relevant experience. Training as a police investigator or intelligence officer with extensive professional experience in the investigation of complex cases of corruption and organized crime. Knowledge in the use of word processors, spreadsheets (intermediate level), databases, analysis software, presentations, and infographics
Desirable: Experience or knowledge of the OAS mandates and priorities as related to the area of work and/or the dynamics of the Inter-American agenda and system.
Computer Skills: Ability to effectively work using IBM i2 iBase, Analyst's Notebook, Analyst's Notebook Connector for Esri, i2 Text Chart, IBM i2 iBridge, Microsoft Office (e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and other applications such as Oracle, Visio, Access, Share Point) and software applicable to the area of work. Readiness to learn other available technologies for the analysis.
Languages: Proficiency in French (read, write and communicate). Working knowledge of English or Spanish.
Personal Competencies: Client Orientation, Knowledge Sharing, Teamwork, Interpersonal Skills, Managing and Coaching Staff, Strategic Planning, Encouraging Innovation, and Decision Making/Judgment. Ability to clearly communicate in the languages required for the post.
Due to the international nature of the type of contract that will be offered, Haitian citizens will not be eligible for this position.
The OAS is committed to achieving a diverse staff and therefore will take into account a wide geographic representation as well as gender equity and equality in the selection of candidates.
Please note that the mandatory retirement age for staff members at the General Secretariat of the OAS is 65.