|Deadline for Applications:||07/06/2023 (midnight The Hague time)|
Imagery Unit, Forensic Science Section, Integrated Services Division, Office of The Prosecutor
|Duty Station:||Various Duty Stations|
|Type of Appointment:||Short Term Appointment|
|Minimum Net Annual Salary:||Depending on duty station|
|Contract Duration:||To be confirmed|
This post is funded by the contribution of the European Union.
A Short-Term Appointment is used to recruit staff to meet short-term needs. The duration of this assignment is provided above. The maximum duration of a short-term appointment including extensions shall not exceed 12 months.
A Short-Term Appointment does not carry any expectancy, legal or otherwise, of renewal and shall not be converted to any other type of appointment.
Due to the short-term nature of the assignment, the ICC reserves the right to make an appointment at one grade lower than that stated in the vacancy with a modified job description.
A current ICC staff member who is holding a fixed-term appointment may apply for any short-term position. Where a current ICC staff member is selected to a short-term position, he or she will be temporarily assigned to the position in line with section 4.10 of ICC/AI/2016/001. GS-level posts are subject to local recruitment only.
The terms and conditions of service for staff members appointed under a short-term appointment are governed by ICC/AI/2016/001.
The Integrated Services Division (ISD) within the Office of the Prosecutor (OTP) centralizes the specialized support functions that provide cross-cutting support to the Office. The Division is headed by a Director who is responsible for managing the reliable and cost-effective delivery of integrated services and ensuring that the OTP is adequately supported through all relevant service functions, technologies and equipment, and that appropriate services are available to allow the implementation of the Office’s mandate. The services include planning and operations, witness protection and management, information knowledge and evidence management, forensic science, language and administrative support. The Division works to develop new approaches and strategies that promote the use of modern tools and advanced technology as mechanisms to strengthen the effectiveness of the Office.
The Forensic Science Section is in charge of the following functions:
Duties and Responsibilities
The incumbent will work under the direct supervision of the Head of the Forensic Science Section and will perform the following tasks:
Diploma of secondary education is required.
A minimum of four years of relevant experience is required. An advanced or a first-level university degree may be considered as a substitute for two years’ working experience only to determine eligibility.
Experience in software programs such as Adobe Illustrator, After Effects, InDesign and Premier is required;
Experience in visualising and presenting forensic data would be considered an asset.
Knowledge, skills and abilities:
Knowledge of languages:
Proficiency in either of the working languages of the Court, English or French, is required. Working knowledge of the other is desirable. Knowledge of another official language of the Court (Arabic, Chinese, Russian and Spanish) would be considered an asset.
ICC Leadership Competencies
ICC Core Competencies
Dedication to the mission and values
Learning and developing
Handling uncertain situations
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– In accordance with the Rome Statute, the ICC is committed to achieving geographical representation and gender equality within its staff as well as representation of the principal legal systems of the world (legal positions). Nationals from the list of non-represented and under-represented States are strongly encouraged to apply. In addition, applications from women are strongly encouraged for senior positions at the Professional (P) and Director (D) levels. Posts shall be filled preferably by a national of a State Party to the ICC Statute, or of a State which has signed and is engaged in the ratification process or which is engaged in the accession process, but nationals from non-state parties may also be considered, as appropriate.
– The selected candidate will be subject to a Personnel Security Clearance (PSC) process in accordance with the ICC policy. The PSC process will include but is not limited to, verification of the information provided in the personal history form and a criminal record check. All candidates should be in a positon to submit electronic copy of their passport and all diplomas listed on their profile when requested;
– Applicants may check the status of vacancies on ICC E-Recruitment web-site;
– Personnel recruited at the General Service level are not entitled to all of the benefits granted to internationally-recruited staff;
– The ICC reserves the right to not make any appointment to the vacancy, to make an appointment at a lower grade, or to make an appointment with a modified job description.