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Chief, Global Report on Trafficking in Persons Unit, P5
Department/ Office: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Duty Station: VIENNA
Posting Period: 29 May 2012-28 June 2012
Job Opening number: 12-SOC-UNODC-23862-R-VIENNA (E)
Org. Setting and Reporting
The post is located in the Global Report on Trafficking in Persons’ Unit (GLOTIP), Research and Trend Analysis Branch (RAB), Division for Policy Analysis and Public Affairs (DPA), United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), in Vienna, Austria. The Chief, GLOTIP will work under the direct supervision of the Chief, RAB.
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The incumbent will perform the following duties:
• Lead the substantive preparation of the Global Report on Trafficking in Persons: direct and manage the research team, conceptualize and formulate plans/outlines for the Global Report, establish a quality control and review mechanism and coordinate with the Conference of the State Parties and other stakeholders.
• Plan and oversee the management of the work programme and activities undertaking by the Unit and ensure that the outputs produced maintain high-quality standards and comply with the relevant mandates; that reports are clear, objective and based on comprehensive data.
• Take the lead in mobilizing resources for establishing a sustainable capacity for systematic monitoring and reporting of trafficking in persons flows and patterns at the national, international and global levels, and the production of a biennial Global Report on Trafficking in Persons, as per the resolution of the General Assembly.
• Provide authoritative technical and policy guidance on matters related to Trafficking in Persons to UNODC senior management, including the implementation of overall strategies and intra and inter-divisional/departmental policies and procedures.
• Lead the development of a UNODC research agenda on Trafficking in Persons; analyze key trends and changes in socio-economic structures and related issues at global, regional or national levels.
• Take the lead in establishing partnerships with other experts and stakeholders (e.g. governments, research institutes, academia, UN system and other international organizations, NGOs, the private sector, etc.) to discuss emerging topics related to human trafficking and exchange views on latest findings, policy guidelines, etc
• Manage, guide, develop and train staff under his/her supervision. Recruit staff for the Unit taking due account of geographical and gender balance and other institutional values.
• Foster teamwork and communication among staff in the Unit and across organizational boundaries.
• Perform other duties as required.
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