Job Title: Security Information Analyst, P3 Job Title: Security Information Analyst Department/Office: UNRWA – Security and Risk Management – Amman Headquarters Location: Amman Headquarters Posting Period: May 14, 2023 – June 10, 2023 Job Number: 23-SEC- UNRWA – Security and Risk Management-208565-R-HQ Amman (R) Staffing Exercise: N/A UN Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity Organization. SETTINGS AND REPORTING UNRWA, the largest UN operation in the Middle East with over 30,000 staff across five areas of activity, is looking for highly committed people who want to make a difference. If you are looking for a rewarding opportunity to make a tangible difference in one of the world’s most vulnerable communities, UNRWA would love to hear from you. Security intelligence analysts report directly to senior security operations and training personnel, direct departmental efforts on analysis and predictions, and support governance efforts as needed. Responsibility – security that could potentially impact the security of UNRWA personnel, property and operations, including events related to the security environment through monitoring of security incidents, daily status reports, local media and other open sources Stay aware of all aspects of information. – Identifying and adjusting security information requirements and developing trend analysis. Gather comprehensive information on security elements to determine resource relevance, effectiveness, and trustworthiness. – Monitor and analyze the areas of activity of government agencies and political developments within the region; Develop and track early warning indicators to assess conflict vulnerability. – Investigate and produce situation assessments, domain-specific security risk analyses, and assessments of security operating environments in operational domains, as appropriate. Conduct research and situational reports on specific threat factors and distribute security information to key stakeholders in a timely manner. – Manage security information management system (SIMS) feature reviews and enhancements. Develop guidelines, provide training, and build capacity and awareness of the importance of using SIMS. – Oversees the integration of geographic information systems (GIS) and analytical techniques as risk management tools at the agency level. Communications: – Review and clarify security reporting lines across the agency and strengthen communication channels at all levels: headquarters, field, area and sub-area to ensure accurate and timely internal information flow . Establish and maintain regular communication between her DSRM office on site and HQA. – Coordinate with identified key stakeholders inside and outside the agency for the timely collection of critical security information. – Serves as a focal point for protection, gender and program mainstreaming issues related to security management. Coordinate joint initiatives, identify entry points and opportunities, and support programmatic integration of risk management. Governance: – Provide support in developing and implementing strategies, goals and standards, as well as planning initiatives and managing specific projects, as required. Competencies By default, the United Nations core values of integrity, professionalism and respect for diversity and the core competencies of communication, working with people and a desire for results apply. I. lead and supervise ii. create and innovate iii. adapt and respond to change iv. please. org/lbw/home.aspx?viewtype=AYI Education A postsecondary degree (master’s degree or equivalent) from an accredited educational institution in political science, social sciences, international relations, statistics, or related fields. Job-Specific Qualifications Work Experience A post-secondary college degree (master’s degree or equivalent) from an accredited educational institution in political science, social science, international relations, statistics, or a related field is required. At least five years of responsible and relevant work experience in applied political or security analysis and research at the national and/or international level is required. Some of them should preferably have experience as a professional analyst or political officer. Experience in security administration, peacekeeping, military, police, national intelligence, or other international organizations is required. Unless already serving as an international staff member of the Common System of the United Nations, candidates for international posts must have at least two years of relevant international experience outside of UNRWA and outside the country of nationality or eligibility of the candidate. Must be held consecutively. Citizenship, passport or national identification number required. Language Excellent written and spoken English proficiency is required. Evaluation Evaluation of qualified candidates may include an evaluation exercise, which may be followed by a competency-based interview. Remarks Contract type and duration: 2 years (with possibility of further extension). Security Intelligence Analysts are required to travel within the scope of work of government agencies. Applicants must complete a Personal History Profile (PHP) on Inspira in order to be considered. To be considered, her PHP must be completed with sufficient relevant work experience as per the requirements of the job posting. UNRWA welcomes applications from qualified candidates with disabilities. A roster is developed from the selection activity and successful candidates are eligible for temporary appointment to the same or similar posts. Equivalence may apply. Note: A combination of formal qualifications with only work experience or without relevant work experience is not considered an acceptable combination. UNRWA is funded almost entirely by donations from United Nations Member States, community organizations, business foundations and individuals. UNRWA’s mission is to help Palestinian refugees reach their full human development potential in difficult situations. For more information on UNRWA, please visit https://www.unrwa.org/. United Nations Considerations Staff are subject to the authority and appointment of the UNRWA Director. Building on the current UN-wide gender agenda, UNRWA is committed to achieving gender equality at all levels of staffing and strongly encourages qualified applicants from underrepresented groups to apply. increase. UNRWA’s primary focus in staff recruitment and employment is the need to ensure the highest standards of efficiency, competence and integrity, while due consideration is given to geographical diversity. All hiring decisions are made based on qualifications and organizational needs. UNRWA is committed to building a diverse and inclusive environment of mutual respect. Reasonable accommodations for applicants with disabilities, if requested and stated in the application, may be provided to support their participation in the recruitment process. UNRWA Considerations UNRWA staff are expected to uphold the highest standards of efficiency, competence, impartiality, impartiality and integrity. This includes respect for and commitment to human rights, diversity and non-violent means of dealing with conflicts of all kinds. Only those who are fully and unconditionally committed to these values should consider applying for work at UNRWA. If the Candidate has committed or has reasonable grounds to believe that he or she has committed, or has engaged in, a violation of international human rights law, violation of international humanitarian law, sexual exploitation, sexual abuse or sexual harassment; The candidate will not be considered for her employment with UNRWA. performing any of these acts. Candidates who commit crimes other than minor traffic violations may not be considered for employment. United Nations agencies may disqualify applicants who have separated for misconduct, who have left the United Nations agency while fraud proceedings are pending, or who are on a United Nations sanctions list. UNRWA is a smoke-free work environment. Applicants are advised to carefully follow all instructions available on the online recruitment platform inspira. For more detailed guidance, applicants can refer to the Applicant Manual. This manual can be accessed by clicking on the “Manuals” hyperlink at the top right of the inspira account holder’s home page. Applicants will be evaluated on the basis of the information submitted at the time of application, in accordance with the criteria for evaluating vacancies and applicable United Nations domestic law, including the United Nations Charter, General Assembly resolutions and United Nations resolutions. Staff Rules and Regulations, Administrative Issues and Guidelines. Applicants must provide complete and accurate information regarding their personal profile and eligibility in accordance with the instructions provided on inspira in order to be considered for current vacancies. No amendments, additions, deletions, amendments or alterations shall be made to the submitted application. Candidates who are seriously considered for selection will be subject to a reference check to verify the information provided in their application. Job listings posted on the Career Portal will be removed at 11:59 PM New York time on the deadline date.
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Here is the link to refer to JO: https://careers.un.org/lbw/jobdetail.aspx?id=208565&Lang=en-US