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UA-Kiev
5 days ago

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.

 

The Senior Police Advisor for the Model Precinct Project will be responsible for mentoring the new precinct management and guiding the training and development of a range of personnel in the new Ukrainian precinct. The advisor will work directly with the new precinct management overseeing the first strategic and implementation plans for transforming the precinct to international best practices.  The advisor also will teach courses for supervisors and newly hired investigators to supplement the academy-based training they will receive in the lateral move to the new precinct.

Requisition ID
2017-38739
Minimum Clearance
Position of Public Trust
ID-Jakarta
6 days ago

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.

 

In this role you will conduct assessments/analysis of existing Indonesian National Police Criminal Investigation Division operational practices and develop new training methodologies/mentorship to increase skills and knowledge. You will analyze transnational organized crime (TOC), cyber, financial crimes, and public corruption investigative capacities and implement enhancements using technology to increase investigative skills/prosecutions.

Mentor investigative personnel conducting TOC, financial, crimes, violence against women and children, criminal syndicate operations and other investigative issues as identified by the Indonesian National Police CID. Conduct/facilitate formal training with all ranks within an investigative unit focused towards interviewing/interrogation techniques, physical evidence collection and crime scene security. Conduct mentorship with INP CID leaders and develop organizational structure, policy and procedures for specialized units. Other duties as assigned.

 

 

Requisition ID
2017-38714
Minimum Clearance
None
UA-Kiev
2 weeks ago

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
UA-Kiev
2 weeks ago

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
2017-38578
Minimum Clearance
None
UA-Kiev
2 weeks ago

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
2017-38582
Minimum Clearance
None
UA-Kiev
2 weeks ago

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
2017-38583
Minimum Clearance
None
UA-Kiev
2 weeks ago

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 requires a Law Enforcement advisor to provide law enforcement support in the Ukraine. In this role you will develop plans and strategy to forge interagency partnerships in international environments. You will provide advice regarding professionalizing foreign national criminal justice and international enforcement. You will be required to assess training needs and requirements for effective implementation. You will also provide policy, operations analysis, recommendations, and reports. Other duties as assigned.

Requisition ID
2017-38572
Minimum Clearance
None
BJ-Cotonou
2 weeks ago

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 Counter Narcotics Advisor will support the Embassy’s Counternarcotics Program by advising and mentoring OCERTID, Benin’s lead agency for drug enforcement. The Embassy’s overall program goal is to help OCERTID move beyond convictions for drug users and drug mules. The contractor’s role is to mentor OCERTID on proven, industry-standard techniques to investigate international drug trafficking and related organized crimes. The advisor may identify other law enforcement units involved in drug seizures and investigations that support the work of OCERTID or have concurrent authority that can benefit from his assistance.

 

The Advisor will coordinate with the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benin, particularly the Senior Law Enforcement Advisor (SLEA) and Resident Legal Advisor (RLA), and the Head of the Office of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) in the U.S. Consulate General in Lagos.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Advises OCERTID’s Chief on a strategy to investigate individuals involved in international drug trafficking and related crimes.
  • Advises OCERTID’s Chief on policies and practices that may improve interdiction of drugs, evidence collection, record keeping and reporting, handling of sensitive information, and interrogation of suspects.
  • Assists OCERTID’s Chief in drafting Standard Operating Procedures to help clarify duties and responsibilities of officers and detectives involved in drug seizures and investigations.
  • Promotes record keeping and sharing of seizure data for major illicit drugs to CILAS.
  • Serves as a subject matter resource in residence to respond to questions related to active cases or management of drug seizures; develops and delivers trainings for OCERTID officers linked to common/representative questions.
  • Advises on ways to use the successful interdiction of level one drug traffickers to reach other drug criminals, and how to proactively share this information with neighboring countries
  • Makes recommendations to the SLEA and RLA on topics for training workshops, and works with the SLEA and RLA as requested, to help cater training content to specific needs of OCERTID participants.
  • Identifies equipment needs and may recommend participants for ILEA and RTC trainings.
  • Exchanges information with French or UK counter-narcotics advisors to inform work and enhance effectiveness. Provides support for TDY visits by DEA analysts and Lagos-based agents.
  • Informs the INL Coordinator, through both regular written reports and regular verbal communication, of substantive counter narcotics and management issues.
  • Prepares a report within 90 days of deployment that provides an overview of Benin’s narcotics law enforcement apparatus on paper and in practice. The report should provide the contractor’s assessment of the strengths/gaps in operational framework, responsibilities between units, and legal authority to conduct intelligence-led, proactive investigations.
  • Prepares a final report within 180 days of deployment that assesses the greatest impediments to complex drug investigations and prosecutions in Benin.

 

 

Reporting Requirements:

  • At the end of each month, the Counter narcotics Advisor shall provide a 1 page report to the INL Coordinator in Cotonou for inclusion in the INL Monthly Reporting cable, and shall send a courtesy copy of this report to the INL Benin Program Officer in Washington, DC. This report should include:
  • Brief readouts of significant meetings, trainings delivered, and functions attended for the previous reporting period (note: this should not be exhaustive, but only include the most significant).
  • Any additional commentary/recommendations related to Beninese law enforcement/counternarcotic programming.
Requisition ID
2017-38562
Minimum Clearance
None
UA-Kiev
1 month ago

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 for up to 18 days in Kyiv
  • 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
2017-38089
Minimum Clearance
None
DM-Santo Domingo
1 month ago

Engility is seeking a Project Manager for the International Criminal Investigative Training and Assistance Program (ICITAP) to develop program operations in the Dominican Republic (DR). The Project Manager will have responsibilities including, but not limited to, the following:

 

  • Support a USAID development program with a law enforcement institution in the DR starting calendar year (CY) 2017 and beyond
  • Develop program operations and be responsible for meeting deliverables and ensure contract compliance
  • Supervise required support staff
  • Train, mentor, and develop strategy for leadership
  • Develop standards of criminal investigation and professional case management
  • Develop strategy involving coordination with Prosecutor’s Office and promote strategic communication amongst government agencies
  • Develop human resources and support education
  • Develop community outreach to vulnerable groups
Requisition ID
2017-38061
Minimum Clearance
None
RS-Belgrade
2 months ago

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
2017-37929
Minimum Clearance
None
ML-Bamako
2 months ago

The International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP) within the U.S. Department of Justice is an international law enforcement development agency headquartered in Washington D.C. with program offices and projects around the world. The ICITAP program in Mali offers development assistance to the Mali National Police across a range of police systems.

The ICITAP Mali program started in 2014 and is focused on working with the Mali National Police to organizationally develop the agency’s human resources (HR), forensics, and community policing capacities.

The candidate will be part of a team to address the HR development component of the Mali Law Enforcement Development program. The candidate will examine HR requirements in conjunction with the Mali National Police and U.S. Government stakeholders, prioritize activities in coordination with the international community, and develop an implementation plan.

All activities will take place in the capital city of Bamako. The position will initially require short-term, intermittent deployments of two-to three weeks at a time.

Requisition ID
2017-37884
Minimum Clearance
None
UA-Kiev
2 months ago

ICITAP requires a Law Enforcement advisor to provide law enforcement support in the Ukraine. In this role you will develop plans and strategy to forge interagency partnerships in international environments. You will provide advice regarding professionalizing foreign national criminal justice and international enforcement. You will be required to assess training needs and requirements for effective implementation. You will also provide policy, operations analysis, recommendations, and reports. Other duties as assigned.

Requisition ID
2017-37825
Minimum Clearance
Position of Public Trust
UA-Kiev
2 months ago

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 for up to 18 days in Kyiv
  • 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
2017-37804
Minimum Clearance
None
US-DC
4 months ago

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 sr. law enforcement advisor to provide strategic reform advice, plan capacity building, organizational development, and training programs.
  • Theoretical and operational implementation of Counter-terrorism Investigations working with organizations such as with the Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Counterintelligence Investigation experience  working with organizations such as with the Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Training and International experience with the Federal Bureau of Investigation working on multinational police advisory teams and building partnerships across international organizations and with host country law enforcement agencies.
  • Other duties as assigned
Requisition ID
2017-36984
Minimum Clearance
Position of Public Trust
US-DC
4 months ago

The Advisor and Instruction positions under ICITAP work with foreign governments to develop ethical, professional, and transparent law enforcement institutions that protect human rights, combat corruption, and reduce the threat of transnational crime and terrorism. ICITAP supports both national security and foreign policy objectives whose programs are designed in partnership with the host countries throughout the world and are designed to progress and advance their criminal investigative knowledge and capabilities. The forensic programs conducted by ICITAP utilize the professional expertise of forensic specialists to foster best practices and to provide training on forensic evidence collection, analysis, expert forensic court testimony, demonstrative evidence, digital evidence and proper protocols for seizing, analyzing and storing evidence

 

ICITAP is currently seeking candidates with demonstrated educational and professional expertise in preparing policy and procedure manuals, quality assurance systems, training, and safety manuals. Core programs of involvement and provided training will generally focus on disciplines of genetics (DNA), chemistry, firearms, ballistics, latent prints, crime scene photography, forensic document analysis, crime scene investigation and reconstruction, forensic pathology, forensic anthropology, and laboratory and evidence collection team management. The advisor will be responsible for providing the educational and technical know-how, including suitable practice exercises and sample protocols to achieve the training mission’s goals and objectives.

Requisition ID
2017-36981
Minimum Clearance
Position of Public Trust
US-DC
4 months ago

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 selected Senior Complex Criminal Investigations Advisor will provide policy advice and practical assistance to host country Police in their complex criminal investigations (organized crime, counterterrorism, counter narcotics, complex financial crimes, and corruption). The advisor will have a crucial role in evaluating and influencing strategic and operational decision making, and management of resources and activities related to serious and organized crime investigation and enforcement. The Senior Complex Criminal Investigations Advisor will support the ICITAP-Program by:

 

  • Providing technical assistance and advanced training to Police investigators and prosecutors to enhance their ability to investigate and/or direct the investigation of serious crimes, conduct investigative hearings and/or trials based on modern techniques of evidence collection, analysis, and presentation
  • Using the “Train the Trainer” method, mentoring a small group of investigators and Special Prosecutors in criminal investigations
  • Working closely with Office of Overseas Prosecutorial Development, Assistance, and Training (OPDAT), to develop and train joint police-prosecutor task forces and also conducts joint specialized financial investigations training for police and prosecutors
  • Conducting joint specialized and progressive financial investigations training
  • Planning and developing the CVE, CT, Intelligence Led Policing, Cyber Crimes and Counter Narcotics training for  Investigators
  • Provide advice in planning, developing, and administering Police criminal investigations programs
Requisition ID
2017-36980
Minimum Clearance
Position of Public Trust
KO
7 months ago

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 primary role of the Sr. Kosovo Police Executive Advisor is to give policy advice and practical assistance to the General Director on the creation of a viable and sustainable Kosovo Police.  This advice will be tendered in cooperation with other international and/or national advisors. The KP Advisor will support the ICITAP Mission in Kosovo by:

  • Closely advising the GD and the KP as a whole, assisting in developing strategies for combating all criminal activity to include general crime, terrorism, securing the borders, anti-trafficking, smuggling, and all related issues.
  • Assisting the GD in developing plans that map out effective strategies for increasing the cooperation amongst the proposed departments of the two deputy directors and five assistant directors and security entities responsible for law enforcement, customs enforcement, and border patrol in Kosovo.
  • Assisting the KP with developing standard operating procedures and an institutional mission that will help in the effective enforcement of Kosovo’s police, border, and emergency management laws.
  • Providing technical assistance to KP departments in policy and procedures development to include border, investigations, and police operations.
  • Providing the police directors with alternatives to problems, assisting them through the decision making processes, stressing long-range planning, and guiding them with subordinate development.
  • Institutionalizing development that will have long-term impact and can be replicated and sustained.
  • Assisting in the development of secure and comprehensive national police document protocols and system integrity.
  • Promoting the role of the KP in the development and strengthening of effective rule of law structures and policies in Kosovo, which guarantee freedom, security, and justice for all citizens in Kosovo.
  • Improving institutional capacity regarding the development of new or planned laws, procedures, and regional police frameworks.
  • Improving staff capacity for running operations, human resource management and training, policy making, vetting, legal drafting and implementation of strategies on corruption, trafficking, human rights, gender, minorities, and equal opportunities.
  • Reviewing current legislation with a view to identifying shortfalls and those areas requiring strengthening.
  • Assisting in the development and drafting of necessary legal regulations to be implemented by the GD, including internal operating procedures, communication strategies and document handling.
  • Reviewing associated legislation relating to the fight against crime and enhancing inter-agency cooperation in the fight against organized crime and the combating of cross-border crime.
  • Developing a budget and project management strategy.
  • Collaborating with the ICITAP IT advisor to link KP operational needs with a modern communications and information management system.
  • Liaising with key stakeholders involved in transition and capacity building in the wider justice sector in Kosovo.
Requisition ID
2017-26531
Minimum Clearance
Position of Public Trust
BJ
7 months ago

The International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP) is a law enforcement development organization whose mission is to work with foreign governments to develop an 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.

 

**THIS POSITION IS TO BUILD A PIPELINE OF FRENCH SPEAKING ADVISORS FOR POTENTIAL WORK IN BENIN WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE**

 

Requisition ID
2017-26334
Minimum Clearance
Position of Public Trust
US-DC
7 months ago

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.

 

ICITAP is searching for experienced wardens, assistant wardens, majors, or other senior level corrections managers to serve as corrections advisors worldwide. The corrections advisors will deliver specialized correctional training and mentoring to host country corrections systems. They will provide a broad range of advice and technical assistance on corrections assistance issues.

Corrections Advisor duties and responsibilities:

  • Advisors shall demonstrate the ability to innovatively plan, lead and direct individuals, as well as efficiently and effectively manage a dynamic array of corrections development programs designed to discourage violent extremist activity in host country jails and prisons.
  • Advisors shall possess a keen understanding of all aspects of corrections operations that will include, but is not limited to detention and/or prison facility leadership and supervision, management and custody of high risk security individuals, special segregation housing, crafting of internal and external security procedures and features, administration functions, logistics, facilities maintenance, intelligence, internal audits and standards, communication functions, staff training and prisoner transportation.
  • Advisors shall be adept in executing treatment programs and services such as prisoner classification (managing high risk detainees/inmates), case management services process planning to include educational and vocational training, cognitive behavioral change and social work programs, as well as employment readiness, medical and dietary program administration.
  • Advisors shall demonstrate a clear, yet compliant capability to adhere to the U.N. Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners.
  • The Advisor must demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in written format and manage professional work relationships across organizational levels. Additionally, the Advisor must have the ability to manage cross-culturally as he/she will be required to establish effective working relationships with host country officials at various levels of government.
  • Advisors shall provide continuous and measureable program updates and results associated with assigned work performed in host country correctional facilities as required by his/her assigned supervisor and other national and/or international stakeholders.  
  • Advisors shall have the demonstrated ability to develop comprehensive correctional assistance plans with a clear and direct focus of countering violent extremist behavior in host country jails and prisons.
  • Advisors shall develop, implement and manage processes for the sustainability of programs and projects devised to aid in countering extremist behavior in host country jails and prisons.
  • Advisors will evaluate existing host country correctional policy and procedures and make appropriate recommendations where needed to host country officials.
  • Advisors will plan and organize Department of Justice, Department of State, or Department of Defense programs with host country officials on corrections development and training.
  • Advisors shall exhibit a fundamental understanding of human behavior especially as associated with individuals who have been detained or incarcerated long-term.
Requisition ID
2017-26331
Minimum Clearance
Position of Public Trust

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