General Responsibilities and Tasks – Code of Conduct:
The advisor will provide advice with a view to enabling institutional reform, in particular, in relation to improving the MoI capacity to strengthen the civilian police force.
- Be primarily deployed in the Ministry of Interior and provide advice and support to the Minister, ministry staff and other interlocutors – in a manner agreed with the Project Team Leader and in accordance with GIZ code of conduct and ethics procedures;
- Support EU TAIPA colleagues with their work and tasks within the ministry;
- A report in accordance with project requirements on time deployed to tasks, the content of meetings and emerging or substantive issues;
- Contribute positively to the themes and activities promoted by the EU TAIPA project, being willing to subscribe to the collective approach and vision;
- Not to undertake any activities that would be considered as ‘political’ or in support of any request that undermines the integrity of the EU TAIPA project or its reputation or that of GIZ or the EUD;
- Arrange meetings with key local counterparts in the Government and Ministries, while providing background information about the interlocutors, aiming at directing the EU TAIPA approach towards the best course of action with each counterpart;
- Advise EU TAIPA team on the best approach with key local stakeholders by providing information, preparing background summaries and assisting during meetings;
- Permanently consulting with the EU TAIPA advisors on the content of the message and information provided to key local counterparts, always ensuring that the message is consistent with the EU TAIPA role and approach;
- Providing permanent feedback to the EU TAIPA team on the frequency, content, and information obtained through meetings with local counterparts, while assisting in shaping the EU TAIPA approach accordingly;
- Advise the MININT on key strategic issues, upon request, under EU TAIPA guidance. This shall be performed, when timely possible, upon consultation with the EU TAIPA team in order to ensure the consistency of the advice with the EU TAIPA approach;
- Coordinating with other EU TAIPA local technical advisors in order to ensure consistency of EU TAIPA approach towards local counterparts;
- Assisting the EU TAIPA advisors in meetings with local or international counterparts whenever required;
- Undertake any other related tasks/functions as required.
As a federal enterprise, GIZ supports the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. GIZ operates throughout Germany and in more than 120 countries worldwide. Our registered offices are in Bonn and Eschborn. We have more than 19,500 staff members around the globe, some 70% of whom are employed locally as national personnel.
With an international remit and a multicultural working atmosphere, we are successful because we share knowledge across disciplinary frontiers. Your professional and personal development is important to us. Whether it is the multifaceted day-to-day challenges or the considerable scope for applying creativity in your work – there are plenty of good reasons to join our motivated team.
Required qualifications, competences and experience:
- Educated to degree level or equivalent in Police Sciences, Law, Business, Public Administration, or in Social Sciences.
- At least 5 years’ experience in Monitoring and Evaluation
- Experience in training, coaching, mentoring or advising relevant partners in relation to M&E methodology and carrying out anti-corruption assessments of existing systems and processes;
- Language skills: Good command of English, written and spoken.
No. Of Jobs
Years of Experience
At least 5 years experience in M&E
According to GIZ salary scale
Please read the submission guidelines carefully. Failure to meet any of these criteria will lead to the disqualification of your application.
Write the vacancy number on the subject of your e-mail without any symbols, marks, or alphabet. The vacancy number is: GIZ InS/TAIPA05
Express your interest in the English language in up to 50 words in the text of the e-mail.
Please attach your Curriculum Vitae (CV). Your CV:
Should contain the following sections indicated by alphabet a-g:
- Full name
- Date of birth
- Full contact details (home address, e-mail and telephone number)
- Civil status
- Education (starting with the university, college, school)
- Work experience date wise (starting with your current job)
- Three references (Name, job title, company, e-mail address and/or phone number)
Do not attach any scanned certificates, educational documents, etc. We may request these at a later stage.
Your e-mail with your CV attached to it should be sent to email@example.com no later than the closing date indicated above.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.