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PA
4 hours ago(1/19/2018 9:47 AM)
ICITAP is a law enforcement development organization whose mission is to work with foreign governments to develop effective, professional, and transparent law enforcement capacity that protects human rights, combats corruption, and reduces the threat of transnational crime and terrorism, in support of U.S. foreign policy and national security objectives. The goal of this project is to support Central American police institutions through evaluation and development of existing capacities in forensics, criminal investigations, internal controls/affairs, and police training and development. This work will be preformed in Panama City and will coordinate with the U.S. diplomatic missions in Panama, Costa Rica, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala and will report directly to the ICITAP CAPRI Program Manager. You may be assigned to work in any Country in Central America where ICIATP CAPRI operates.   - This project is designed to enhance investigative capacities of Central American institutions. The advisor shall provide assistance in the development of the goals and objectives of the ICITAP Central American Police Reform Initiative (CAPRI) Program. - The advisor will assist the ICITAP CAPRI program manager in the development of Standard Operating Procedures, training coordination, and provide institutional advisory support. - Work to establish a positive and cooperative relationship between DOS, DHS, and DOJ components to produce better deliverables, complement and advance the efforts of CAPRI and other implementing partners, and yield operational benefits to the United States. - Provide advice in planning, developing, and administering Police criminal investigations programs. - Provide technical assistance and advanced training to police investigators to enhance their ability to investigate and/or direct the investigation of serious crimes, based on modern techniques of evidence collection, analysis, and presentation - Build upon existing efforts to improve basic and advanced police academy training based on international good practices and standards. This will include curriculum, instructor development, and academy management in the areas of criminal investigations, forensics, and internal affairs - Coordinate with the U.S. diplomatic missions in Panama, Costa Rica, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala
Requisition ID
2018-39918
Minimum Clearance
None
PH-Manila
21 hours ago(1/18/2018 4:54 PM)
Under the Dept. of Justice umbrella is the International Criminal Investigative Training and Assistance Program (ICITAP). ICITAP is a law enforcement development organization whose mission is to work with foreign governments to develop effective, professional, and transparent law enforcement capacity that protects human rights, combats corruption, and reduces the threat of transnational crime and terrorism, in support of U.S. foreign policy and national security objectives.   The Chief of Operations maintains ICITAP’s offices at the Philippine National Police Headquarters, Camp Crame, in Quezon City.  The position serves as the first point of contact for executive and working levels of the PNP, including the Office of the Chief, the Philippine Public Safety College (including the Office of President) and the Philippine Department of Interior and Local Government.  The position is responsible for development, accountability, and deployment of all ICITAP adjunct and contract instructors; coordination of training & development activities with the PNP; accountability of field operations, inventory, and project progress; liaison and coordination with the Philippine National Police Academy, the PNP Training Service, PNP’s Directorate for Human Resources and Doctrine Development, the PNP Directorial Staff, the Philippine Public Safety College, the Philippine Coast Guard, other USG federal agencies, third-party foreign governments, NGOs, and others.  It is the primary technical adviser (TA) position within the Philippines program with supervisory oversight of other American TAs and foreign local labor employed staff.   The Chief of Operations will work with other members of the ICITAP team, U.S. military personnel, and be a part of the U.S. Embassy’s country team. Some of the work will require the Chief of Operations to spend significant time in the conflict region of the southern Philippines.
Requisition ID
2018-39930
Minimum Clearance
Secret
ZA-Pretoria
2 days ago(1/17/2018 10:32 AM)
ICITAP is working in conjunction with the State Department’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) to enhance the Gender-Based Violence (GBV) law enforcement investigative abilities of the Government of South Africa. The project will enhance the capacity of local criminal justice systems to respond to Gender-Based Violence crimes in the country. The advisor will conduct an assessment to identify social, economic, and institutional gaps and available resources in order to develop a comprehensive strategy to strengthen the capacity of South African law enforcement to address GBV crimes. The assessment will last 7 months and should conclude with the delivery of a strategy and recommendations to the South African Government.   A successful candidate will work with local stakeholders, community members, and Embassy personnel to identify, evaluate, and map the existing Gender-Based Violence prevention resources in the country. The candidate must also identify weaknesses in reporting and prosecution within existing institutions. The assessment should conclude with a strategy on how South African law enforcement institutions can improve their response to GBV crimes. Critical to success, the candidate must be diplomatic and able to foster effective and productive working relationships with all U.S., international, and host country stakeholders in a complex environment. This includes the U.S. Embassy in South Africa, ICITAP HQ in Washington, D.C., the South African Police Service (SAPS) and Metropolitan Police Departments (MPD). The goal of this training is to provide the South African government with recommendations on how to strengthen local law enforcement’s capability to prevent and respond to Gender-Based Violence crimes
Requisition ID
2018-39907
Minimum Clearance
None
BD-Dhaka
1 week ago(1/11/2018 4:31 PM)
The Counterterrorism Coordinator position serves as one of the main points of contact for executive and working levels of the Bangladesh National Police, including the Office of the Inspector General of Police; Dhaka, Chittagong, and Rajshahi Metropolitan Police Commissioners, and the Bangladesh National Police Academy. The position is responsible for the coordination of all ICITAP CT funded projects, the development, accountability, and deployment of all ICITAP adjunct and contract instructors, all Local Law Enforcement Agency Partnership activities, coordination of training & development activities with the Bangladesh Police, accountability of field operations, inventory, and project progress; liaison and coordination with other USG federal agencies, third-party foreign governments, NGOs, and others. The selected candidate is the primary technical advisor (TA) position within the Bangladesh program with field supervisory authority over other American TAs, LLEAP team members, and locally hired Technical Advisors.  During the absence of the Federal Program Director and the Assistant Federal Program Director, the TA may step in to assist with ICITAP in all meetings and functions to include Country Team, various working groups, and other relevant meetings and events.  The coordinator is a member of the field team and will work closely with the ICITAP Federal Program Director, Assistant Program Director, and the Program Management Specialist.  At no time shall the contractor represent him/herself as an employee of Dept of Justice ICITAP Federal.   Examples of duties:   - Responsible for researching, developing & producing curriculum for all training courses in Bangladesh - Work with ICITAP HQ program analyst and LLEAP partner agency points of contact to ensure the smooth deployment and return of LLEAP teams - Develop and implement the ICITAP annual training/events calendar - Responsible for developing power point presentations, hand-outs & class exercises all courses - Assistance to Bangladesh Police in development of their policies & procedures manual/Standard Operating Procedures - Instructor in police core competencies nationwide - Responsible for managing training process of more than 2,000 Bangladesh students annually - Responsible for training, mentoring and establishing Bangladesh Police adjunct instructors - Responsible for negotiation of arrangement with the Bangladesh Police wherein ICITAP training satisfies certain promotional requirements for officers - Oversight of negotiating with Bangladesh Police for the acquisition of offices, classrooms, and other facilities required for ICITAP Operations   Duties for this role include and are not limited to:   - Serve as one of ICITAP's main points of contact for all levels of the Bangladesh police up to and including the office of the IGP and is one of the principal liaisons between ICITAP & Bangladesh National Police - Coordinate all ICITAP funded CT/CVE funded projects including, but not limited to; preparation and execution of short-term and long-term training/event schedules - Shall serve as the primary point of contact with the Embassy’s Counterterrorism Programs Coordinator, ensuring the Embassy’s TA is kept well informed of ICITAP CT/CVE activities and that they continue to conform with the Embassy’s CT/CVE strategy - Structure internships for adjunct instructors, monitoring & evaluation of their developmental progress - Supervise all full-time Bangladesh ICITAP staff, excluding the Program Management Specialist - Supervise activities of all adjunct instructors (serving Bangladesh officers who have completed ICITAP internships) - Supervise field operations, including field supervision of American contractors. All contractors report into the DC PMO office managed by Engility. - Prepare & submit all Bangladeshi contracted staff time sheets & invoices to Engility on a monthly basis - Ensure that all Bangladeshi staff are current on Engility training/train when necessary - Serve as logistics officer to all ICITAP projects - Ensure shipping of equipment & training materials where needed; ensure its collection and accountability when activities are accomplished - Maintain training & equipment records/conduct inventories on all ICITAP equipment - Development and reproduction/publication of training materials - Provide instructors where needed, to include travel arrangements both domestic & international - Ensure compliance with Leahy vetting/oversight of vetting requests for all ICITAP projects countrywide - Ensure HQ requirements for course approvals are met in a timely manner - Provide necessary documentation to the Bangladesh Police and/or ICITAP to allow instructors & students to attend training sessions - Conduct meetings with all relevant personnel, whether Bangladeshi or American, for coordination purposes - Prepare Embassy working group notes, semi-monthly reports & other documents to keep Program Director and Program Management Specialist apprised of programmatic activities - Assist other US entities, i.e., FBI, DEA, ATA, PACOM with training needs, foreign travel authority process, etc. - Development of various female Bangladesh Police initiatives, i.e., women's conferences, women's & children's issues & concerns, IAWP sponsorship, among others - Other duties as assigned
Requisition ID
2018-39814
Minimum Clearance
None
BA-Sarajevo
1 week ago(1/11/2018 3:47 PM)
The police advisor to BiH will be required to work with all police agencies to include state, Republika Srspka, and cantonal level police agencies. The advisor must have the ability manage time, projects, build professional relationships, conduct meetings, and measure results. The advisor must be able to complete accurate reports in a timely manner and submit them within the deadlines.   Specific duties and skills: - Analyze existing data and create reports. - Express thoughts succinctly and articulate ICITAP and embassy goals to counterparts. - Must be able to demonstrate strategic vision and be able to create project proposals in support of goals. - Must be able to develop effective and professional working relationships with police counterparts; - Must be able to work in concert with team members to achieve goals. - Must be able to take direction from the Program Manager and Senior Advisor. - Must be able to clearly recognize ICITAP goals and demonstrate an ability to work with partners. - The advisor must be able to travel extensively within the country. - The Advisor will adhere to all of the programs, policies and procedures, to include adhering to all U.S. State Department policies directed at U.S. mission members working at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo, BiH
Requisition ID
2018-39819
Minimum Clearance
None
SO
2 weeks ago(1/8/2018 12:27 PM)
The ICITAP program seeks to contract a full time embedded Counter-terrorism Criminal Justice Advisor/ Coordinator, based in Somalia, dedicated to helping design and manage counter-terrorismlaw enforcement capacity by building programs in Somaliawitha view to ensure that the lawenforcement capacity building components of such programs are best integrated with the other sectors of the criminal justice  system.   Duties include but are not limited to; - Coordinating the program  with other U.S. and international donors programs; verifying the implementation of the country program; establishing, collecting, and reporting on metrics, as wellas implementing monitoring and evaluation (M&E) tools to better link M&E with strategic planning, budgeting, and program design for the country program. - The candidate is expected to liaise with host nation counterparts on needs and programs, while advising and arranging for the provision of subject matter expertise as required. Weekly, monthly and quarterly reports such as situational reports are required. - The candidate is required to provide analysis of program and recommendations for future programming. - Other duties as assigned. - Educational and senior management requirements may be substituted by additional years of law enforcement experience or overseas development experience
Requisition ID
2018-39766
Minimum Clearance
Top Secret
UA-Kiev
1 month ago(12/21/2017 5:35 PM)
The Hostage Negotiator Instructor will be part of a training team responsible for preparing National Police of Ukraine instructors to conduct training for future management and instructors of the rapid response units and support personnel responding to hostage situations. The Project Team in Kyiv is responsible for preparing the new Department of Patrol Police to begin sole responsibility for SWAT units across Ukraine as well as operating in the communities near the war-zone in the East of Ukraine.   The primary responsibilities for the Hostage Negotiation Instructors are the following: - Prepare course materials and lectures on the topics of initial law enforcement response to hostage situations, the conduct of negotiations with hostage-takers, and the decision-process for conducting hostage rescues. - Deliver the prepared lectures as part of a training team preparing patrol SWAT units. - Mentor graduates as they begin their own courses to prepare first-line officers in the National Police of Ukraine and begin operating as functioning SWAT units responding to potential hostage situations
Requisition ID
2017-39631
Minimum Clearance
None
UA-Kiev
1 month ago(12/21/2017 5:13 PM)
The Senior Hostage Negotiator Instructor will be part of a training team responsible for preparing National Police of Ukraine instructors to conduct training for future management and instructors of the rapid response units and support personnel responding to hostage situations. The Project Team in Kyiv is responsible for preparing the new Department of Patrol Police to begin sole responsibility for SWAT units across Ukraine as well as operating in the communities near the war-zone in the East of Ukraine.     - The primary responsibilities for the Hostage Negotiation Instructors are the following: - Prepare course materials and lectures on the topics of initial law enforcement response to hostage situations, the conduct of negotiations with hostage-takers, and the decision-process for conducting hostage rescues. - Deliver the prepared lectures as part of a training team preparing patrol SWAT units. - Mentor graduates as they begin their own courses to prepare first-line officers in the National Police of Ukraine and begin operating as functioning SWAT units responding to potential hostage situations
Requisition ID
2017-39627
Minimum Clearance
None
UA-Kiev
1 month ago(12/21/2017 5:12 PM)
The Crowd Control Instructor will be part of a training team responsible for preparing National Police of Ukraine instructors to conduct large-scale training in crowd control tactics and procedures. The Project Team in Kyiv is responsible for preparing the new Department of Patrol Police to begin sole responsibility for crowd control across more than a half dozen cities in Ukraine.   The primary responsibilities for the Crowd Control Instructor are the following: - Prepare course materials and lecture on the topics of crowd control tactics and procedures - Deliver the training of as part of a team delivering train-the-trainer on crowd control management and maneuvers - Mentor graduates as they begin their own courses to prepare first-line officers of the National Police in other cities
Requisition ID
2017-39629
Minimum Clearance
None
UA-Kiev
1 month ago(12/21/2017 4:52 PM)
The Crowd and Bomb Management Instructors will be part of a training team responsible for preparing National Police of Ukraine instructors to conduct large-scale training in crowd control procedures and law enforcement response and management of bombs and IEDs. The Project Team in Kyiv is responsible for preparing the new Department of Patrol Police to begin sole responsibility for crowd control across Ukraine as well as operating in the communities near the war-zone in the East.   The primary responsibilities for the Crowd and Bomb Management Instructors are the following:   - Prepare course materials and lectures on the topics of bomb risk prevention, initial law enforcement response to improvised explosive devices and other bombs, as well as bomb-making materials awareness and bomb threat management - Deliver the prepared lectures as part of a training team delivering train-the-trainer on crowd control management - Mentor graduates as they begin their own courses to prepare first-line officers in the National Police of Ukraine  
Requisition ID
2017-39626
Minimum Clearance
None
UA-Kiev
1 month ago(12/13/2017 12:48 PM)
The senior Highway Patrol Instructors will teach a basic course on highway patrol as well as the highway patrol supervisory course. The Senior Instructors will oversee the team conducting the training of future instructors while also independently serve as mentors to departments implementing the highway patrol functions across Ukraine. The senior instructors are responsible for working with the local project team and the Patrol Police Department management to develop a three-week course that will prepare Ukrainians to develop their two-week basic training program and one-week supervisory training.   Engility supports the International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program. ICITAP works with foreign governments to develop professional and transparent law enforcement institutions that protect human rights, combat corruption and reduce the threat of transnational crime and terrorism. We have implemented ICITAP initiatives in over 28 countries. ICITAP provides international development assistance that supports both national security and foreign policy objectives. ICITAP is situated in the Department of Justice's Criminal Division.   ICITAP works in close partnership with the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Agency for International Development and the U.S. Department of Defense. Through the ICITAP initiative, Engility supports programs that are designed in partnership with the host countries. Aspects of active program partnership are program implementation methods focused on being executed on-the-ground in the host country, pre-program assessments; program planning, program management & review. Engility support also includes: curriculum development; classroom training, seminars and workshops; internships; equipment donations; donor coordination; and on-the-job training and mentoring by our embedded long-term advisors.    
Requisition ID
2017-39470
Minimum Clearance
None
UA-Kiev
1 month ago(12/13/2017 12:39 PM)
  The Highway Patrol Instructors un the Ukraine will teach a basic course on highway patrol as well as the highway patrol supervisory course. The Instructors will be part of a team conducting the training of future instructors while also work as part of teams mentoring departments implementing the highway patrol functions across Ukraine. The instructors are responsible for working with the local project team and the Patrol Police Department management to develop a three-week course that will prepare Ukrainians to develop their two-week basic training program and one-week supervisory training.   Engility supports the International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program. ICITAP works with foreign governments to develop professional and transparent law enforcement institutions that protect human rights, combat corruption and reduce the threat of transnational crime and terrorism. We have implemented ICITAP initiatives in over 28 countries. ICITAP provides international development assistance that supports both national security and foreign policy objectives. ICITAP is situated in the Department of Justice's Criminal Division.   ICITAP works in close partnership with the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Agency for International Development and the U.S. Department of Defense. Through the ICITAP initiative, Engility supports programs that are designed in partnership with the host countries. Aspects of active program partnership are program implementation methods focused on being executed on-the-ground in the host country, pre-program assessments; program planning, program management & review. Engility support also includes: curriculum development; classroom training, seminars and workshops; internships; equipment donations; donor coordination; and on-the-job training and mentoring by our embedded long-term advisors.
Requisition ID
2017-39469
Minimum Clearance
None
PA
1 month ago(12/13/2017 12:39 PM)
ICITAP is a law enforcement development organization whose mission is to work with foreign governments to develop effective, professional, and transparent law enforcement capacity that protects human rights, combats corruption, and reduces the threat of transnational crime and terrorism, in support of U.S. foreign policy and national security objectives. The goal of this project is to support Central American police institutions through evaluation and development of existing capacities in forensics, criminal investigations, internal controls/affairs, and police training and development. This work will be preformed in Panama City and will coordinate with the U.S. diplomatic missions in Panama, Costa Rica, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala and will report directly to the ICITAP CAPRI Program Manager.   - This project is designed to enhance investigative capacities of Central American institutions. The advisor shall provide assistance in the development of the goals and objectives of the ICITAP Central American Police Reform Initiative (CAPRI) Program. - The advisor will assist the ICITAP CAPRI program manager in the development of Standard Operating Procedures, training coordination, and provide institutional advisory support. - Work to establish a positive and cooperative relationship between DOS, DHS, and DOJ components to produce better deliverables, complement and advance the efforts of CAPRI and other implementing partners, and yield operational benefits to the United States. - Provide advice in planning, developing, and administering Police criminal investigations programs. - Provide technical assistance and advanced training to police investigators to enhance their ability to investigate and/or direct the investigation of serious crimes, based on modern techniques of evidence collection, analysis, and presentation - Build upon existing efforts to improve basic and advanced police academy training based on international good practices and standards. This will include curriculum, instructor development, and academy management in the areas of criminal investigations, forensics, and internal affairs - Coordinate with the U.S. diplomatic missions in Panama, Costa Rica, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala
Requisition ID
2017-39496
Minimum Clearance
None
UA-Kiev
1 month ago(12/13/2017 12:37 PM)
  The Highway Patrol Instructors un the Ukraine will teach a basic course on highway patrol as well as the highway patrol supervisory course. The Instructors will be part of a team conducting the training of future instructors while also work as part of teams mentoring departments implementing the highway patrol functions across Ukraine. The instructors are responsible for working with the local project team and the Patrol Police Department management to develop a three-week course that will prepare Ukrainians to develop their two-week basic training program and one-week supervisory training.   Engility supports the International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program. ICITAP works with foreign governments to develop professional and transparent law enforcement institutions that protect human rights, combat corruption and reduce the threat of transnational crime and terrorism. We have implemented ICITAP initiatives in over 28 countries. ICITAP provides international development assistance that supports both national security and foreign policy objectives. ICITAP is situated in the Department of Justice's Criminal Division.   ICITAP works in close partnership with the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Agency for International Development and the U.S. Department of Defense. Through the ICITAP initiative, Engility supports programs that are designed in partnership with the host countries. Aspects of active program partnership are program implementation methods focused on being executed on-the-ground in the host country, pre-program assessments; program planning, program management & review. Engility support also includes: curriculum development; classroom training, seminars and workshops; internships; equipment donations; donor coordination; and on-the-job training and mentoring by our embedded long-term advisors.
Requisition ID
2017-39472
Minimum Clearance
None
UA-Kiev
1 month ago(12/13/2017 12:37 PM)
  The Highway Patrol Instructors un the Ukraine will teach a basic course on highway patrol as well as the highway patrol supervisory course. The Instructors will be part of a team conducting the training of future instructors while also work as part of teams mentoring departments implementing the highway patrol functions across Ukraine. The instructors are responsible for working with the local project team and the Patrol Police Department management to develop a three-week course that will prepare Ukrainians to develop their two-week basic training program and one-week supervisory training.   Engility supports the International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program. ICITAP works with foreign governments to develop professional and transparent law enforcement institutions that protect human rights, combat corruption and reduce the threat of transnational crime and terrorism. We have implemented ICITAP initiatives in over 28 countries. ICITAP provides international development assistance that supports both national security and foreign policy objectives. ICITAP is situated in the Department of Justice's Criminal Division.   ICITAP works in close partnership with the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Agency for International Development and the U.S. Department of Defense. Through the ICITAP initiative, Engility supports programs that are designed in partnership with the host countries. Aspects of active program partnership are program implementation methods focused on being executed on-the-ground in the host country, pre-program assessments; program planning, program management & review. Engility support also includes: curriculum development; classroom training, seminars and workshops; internships; equipment donations; donor coordination; and on-the-job training and mentoring by our embedded long-term advisors.
Requisition ID
2017-39473
Minimum Clearance
None
UA-Kiev
1 month ago(12/13/2017 12:37 PM)
The senior Highway Patrol Instructors will teach a basic course on highway patrol as well as the highway patrol supervisory course. The Senior Instructors will oversee the team conducting the training of future instructors while also independently serve as mentors to departments implementing the highway patrol functions across Ukraine. The senior instructors are responsible for working with the local project team and the Patrol Police Department management to develop a three-week course that will prepare Ukrainians to develop their two-week basic training program and one-week supervisory training.   Engility supports the International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program. ICITAP works with foreign governments to develop professional and transparent law enforcement institutions that protect human rights, combat corruption and reduce the threat of transnational crime and terrorism. We have implemented ICITAP initiatives in over 28 countries. ICITAP provides international development assistance that supports both national security and foreign policy objectives. ICITAP is situated in the Department of Justice's Criminal Division.   ICITAP works in close partnership with the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Agency for International Development and the U.S. Department of Defense. Through the ICITAP initiative, Engility supports programs that are designed in partnership with the host countries. Aspects of active program partnership are program implementation methods focused on being executed on-the-ground in the host country, pre-program assessments; program planning, program management & review. Engility support also includes: curriculum development; classroom training, seminars and workshops; internships; equipment donations; donor coordination; and on-the-job training and mentoring by our embedded long-term advisors.    
Requisition ID
2017-39474
Minimum Clearance
None
UA-Kiev
1 month ago(12/13/2017 12:37 PM)
The senior Highway Patrol Instructors will teach a basic course on highway patrol as well as the highway patrol supervisory course. The Senior Instructors will oversee the team conducting the training of future instructors while also independently serve as mentors to departments implementing the highway patrol functions across Ukraine. The senior instructors are responsible for working with the local project team and the Patrol Police Department management to develop a three-week course that will prepare Ukrainians to develop their two-week basic training program and one-week supervisory training.   Engility supports the International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program. ICITAP works with foreign governments to develop professional and transparent law enforcement institutions that protect human rights, combat corruption and reduce the threat of transnational crime and terrorism. We have implemented ICITAP initiatives in over 28 countries. ICITAP provides international development assistance that supports both national security and foreign policy objectives. ICITAP is situated in the Department of Justice's Criminal Division.   ICITAP works in close partnership with the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Agency for International Development and the U.S. Department of Defense. Through the ICITAP initiative, Engility supports programs that are designed in partnership with the host countries. Aspects of active program partnership are program implementation methods focused on being executed on-the-ground in the host country, pre-program assessments; program planning, program management & review. Engility support also includes: curriculum development; classroom training, seminars and workshops; internships; equipment donations; donor coordination; and on-the-job training and mentoring by our embedded long-term advisors.    
Requisition ID
2017-39475
Minimum Clearance
None
RS-Belgrade
1 month ago(12/7/2017 9:58 AM)
The US Justice Department’s International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP) is an international law enforcement development agency with projects around the world.  The ICITAP Program in Serbia offers development assistance through a comprehensive and integrated program of training, technical assistance and equipment donations to professionalize the Serbian National Police and develop their capabilities to link with the community and to combat crime, public corruption, terrorism, human smuggling/trafficking, and organized crime   ICITAP-Serbia seeks a law enforcement professional with strong, supervisory and working-level experience and expertise in organized crime and anti-terrorism development. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated experience in:   - All facets of developing, vetting, training and equipping complex crime programs - In-depth knowledge of and experience in conducting complex crime investigations - Experience with interagency taskforce groups - Prior international experience and/or the ability to work effectively in a non-traditional US environment (candidates must be willing to relocate to Belgrade Serbia for an extended period of time) - Exceptional inter-personal skills to effectively work with ICITAP staff, host-country nationals, as well as other individuals and organizations from the international community. - Assess and coordinate with other international law enforcement donor efforts. - Provide daily consultation within the Ministry of Interior staff on issues related to intelligence led policing.
Requisition ID
2017-39390
Minimum Clearance
None
US-DC
2 months ago(11/14/2017 5:02 PM)
Engility is seeking an Administrative Support Specialist to join our Team in Washington. You must be a self-starter who takes initiative and works through completion of activities.  You must exercise discretion when discussing matters of the SES office, and maintain confidentiality at all times.  You will provide administrative support services to enable the International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance (ICITAP) programs to deliver high-quality, effective training programs to law enforcement personnel in overseas missions.   In this role you will provide support to their assigned ICITAP regional staff by performing the tasks outlined below. You will be located in ICITAP’s HQ office for optimal integrated support of regional programs.  A moderate risk Public Trust clearance is required for this position.  In this role you will have access to the JCON network and must be a U.S. Citizen. The core hours for this position are from 8:30 am – 5:30 pm.   Handle Fund Cite Obligation and De-Obligation Cables: - The Support Specialist shall work with ICITAP’s HQ regional to gather necessary information to properly draft an obligation cable. - The Support Specialists shall draft and route the cable through ICITAP, and through the International Training Financial Management (ITFM) Office, per established procedures, and upon final approval transmit this request to the appropriate “embassy/post.” - The Support Specialist shall work with ICITAP’s HQ regional to gather necessary information in order to properly draft de-obligation cables.   Handle Travel Authorizations, Modifications and Vouchers: - The Support Specialist shall work with ICITAP’s HQ regional staff and ICITAP’s-funded travelers to gather necessary information (including financial data) and documents to properly draft a travel authorization request. - The Support Specialist shall draft, route, and tract the travel authorization through CTAS. - The Support Specialist shall work with ICITAP’s HQ regional staff and ITFM to gather necessary information (including financial data) and documents in order to properly draft travel authorizations requiring de-obligation or modifications - The support Specialist shall draft, route, and track the travel authorization through ICITAP’s and ITFM utilizing CTAS, per established procedures. - The Support Specialists shall work with ICITAP’s HQ regional and/or field staff and ICITAP’s –funded travelers to ITFM and ensure that vouchers are submitted accurately and in a timely fashion at the completion of travel. - The Support Specialist shall send voucher templates and other required documents to travelers detailing instructions for completing the voucher to be reimbursed for expenses incurred while on official travel. - The Support Specialist shall review vouchers for accuracy, make corrections with consent from travelers, request additional or missing documentation, and submit vouchers to the reimbursement specialist in a timely fashion   Other Duties Assigned: - Manage calendar for the SES, and designees - Complete and submit travel authorizations - Complete expense report filing - Work on statement of work for programs, as needed - Work on specially assigned projects as they become available - Distribute mail and incoming documents - Send out interdepartmental documents - Upkeep of internal tracking systems (Excel/Word)   You will assist with other support related to the above tasks, including but not limited to: drafting documents, tracking actions, gathering and providing data, performing research for data calls, filing physical and electronic documents, making copies, creating binders and organizing documentation as needed.
Requisition ID
2017-39137
Minimum Clearance
None
UA-Kiev
3 months ago(10/11/2017 9:19 AM)
ICITAP is a law enforcement development organization whose mission is to work with foreign governments to develop effective, professional, and transparent law enforcement capacity that protects human rights, combats corruption, and reduces the threat of transnational crime and terrorism, in support of U.S. foreign policy and national security objectives. ICITAP requires a Law Enforcement Instructor to serve on a Train-the-Trainer team responsible for preparing 60 – 75 instructors for each new patrol department established in Ukraine.   - Current police officer with experience teaching tactical training to police cadets. - A candidate’s training experience exceeding the minimum requirements can compensate for the lack of a Bachelor’s degree. - A candidate that is retired can be considered if taught tactical subjects in a police academy in the last 5 years. - The candidate will provide Odesa and Dnipro instructors training in tactical response - The candidate is expected to have experience in one or more of the following subjects: defensive counter-measures, wound care, vehicle and linear assaults, high-risk traffic stops, active-shooter response, and covert searches and high-risk planning. - The candidate will ensure that the use-of-force decision-making and other procedures taught in the course comply with Ukrainian primary and secondary legislation.  
Requisition ID
2017-38575
Minimum Clearance
None

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