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Location – Lyon, France
Under the supervision of the Anti-Corruption Unit Coordinator, and the Assistant Director, AFC the relevant IPSG management personnel and all relevant internal and external stakeholders, the incumbent plans, designs, develops, implements and delivers capacity building and training programs.
She/he will assist with the coordination of every aspect of running INTERPOL’s Integrity in Sports Program, to include developing and conducting operationally-oriented training courses for the program, in accordance with the INTERPOL Training Strategy and "INTERPOL Guide to Effective Training".
She/he directly tracks, monitors, coordinates, supports and reports to the Anti-Corruption Unit Coordinator, regarding all aspects of the Integrity in Sport Program.
1.To plan, design and coordinate capacity building programs and operationally oriented programs or other training resources, including implementation and participation to those programs based on the needs expressed by the Anti-Corruption Unit Coordinator and the Assistant Director of the AFC Sub-Directorate, as well as by the Director of OEC and the Executive Directorate IPSG. When applicable, this may include designing and coordinating operationally oriented police programs, especially with regard to I-24/7 and affiliated programs,
2.To provide administrative and operational support within the framework of the approved budget for the establishment and roll out of the Integrity in Sports Training Programs/Projects,
3.To coordinate, develop and organize the curriculum for the assigned program/project and prepare the validation process accordingly,
4.To assist in coordinating internal and external meetings including proposing the agenda, preparing meeting documentation and materials, ensuring participation and effective and timely follow-ups,
5.To draft reports and documents by researching, analyzing and making recommendations, to track and recommend opportunities for the infusion of relevant subject matter within the framework of the capacity building/training program/project and also to analyze and propose evolutions to the training policies and processes,
6. To ensure that program/project work plans and targets are communicated effectively and efficiently,
7.To build up, promote and conduct capacity building and/or training courses in collaboration with other specialized officers and to evaluate the effectiveness of the training and capacity building activities and prepare post-training reports,
8.To provide IPSG units with assistance and guidance on their capacity building and training programs, when requested and tasked by the AD/AFC,
9. When applicable, to develop new e-learning modules to complement the training program and follow-up of users having participated in the distant learning program,
10.To perform any other duties as required by the supervisor.
•A Three-to-four years’ degree at a University, police Academy or other specialized higher education establishment is required.
•Fluent language skills in written and spoken in one of INTERPOL official languages; especially in English.
•At least three years professional experience in investigation of corruption and/or match fixing and/or illegal betting and/or organized crime.
Specific skills required
•Ability to establish and maintain effective collaborative working relations with clients, stakeholders and senior management in a multi-cultural context,
•Good knowledge of the police work,
•Interest in adapting and applying his/her police experience in capacity building and training concepts so as to meet organizational needs and ensure continuous improvements,
•Good office software skills, including excellent command in presentation and preparation of executive and business plan documents,
Special aptitudes required
•Personal and professional maturity;
•Ability to maintain objectivity and apply logical reasoning;
•Ability to work in teams as well as individually;
•Ability to work under pressure;
•Good social skills, particularly in a multicultural environment;
•Initiative, creativity (original thinking) and curiosity;
•Ability to develop and maintain professional networks;
•Ability to synthesize;
•Good listening skills.
How to Apply
Apply at https://interpol.recruitmentplatform.com/Q22FK026203F3VBQBV7V4V4EW/EN//details.php?nPostingID=1070&nPostingTargetID=1654&option=52&sort=DESC&respnr=3&ID=Q22FK026203F3VBQBV7V4V4EW&JOBADLG=EN&Resultsperpage=10&lg=EN&mask=interext
Deadline – N/A