International Organization of Migration – IOM Nigeria Job recruitment for Consultant (MM/Prosecution-Development of Training Manuals).
|Job Title||Consultant (MM/Prosecution-Development of Training Manuals)|
|Organizational Unit||Migration Management (MM)|
|Duty Station||Home-based with travels|
|Type of Appointment :||Consultant, 45 working days within a duration of 6 months|
|Estimated Start Date||As soon as possible|
|Closing Date||30th September 2020|
Core Functions / Responsibilities:
Develop a work plan and methodology for the delivery of the consultancy in coordination with the National Programme Officer (Migration Management).
Conduct desk research to mine data and information relevant to the assignment.
Submit an inception report on the assignment.
Closely engaging relevant stakeholders, develop gender-sensitive training manuals on prosecution of cases of human trafficking and smuggling of migrants based on national legislation, international legal framework and best international practices while reflecting national context.
Facilitate one review and validation workshop with relevant stakeholders including trainers from the training institutions and operatives.
Participate in advocacy sessions to the NAPTIP, and the Ministries of Justice Edo and Delta States to integrate the manual into the training curriculum of the institutions
Facilitate Training-of-Trainers sessions for prosecutors using the developed manual.
Facilitate training sessions for prosecutors from NAPTIP and other relevant Agencies using the developed manual.
Undertake duty travel as necessary to complete the above-mentioned tasks.
Draft and submit a comprehensive final report of the assignment
Required Qualifications and Experience
Advanced degree in criminal justice, and related social sciences or related fields from accredited academic institutions.
Minimum Seven years of professional experience in the field of criminal justice operatives. Specific experience providing training to prosecutors on trafficking, muggling of migrants, and gender-based violence is an added advantage.
Demonstrated experience in the development of training manuals and execution of trainings.
Proven ability to meet deadlines.
Knowledge of the dynamics of trafficking in person and smuggling of migrants in Nigeria and understanding of national, regional, and global issues.
Demonstrated experience in the coordination of complex programmes implying multiple partners and stakeholders.
Experience in liaising with governmental authorities, other international/national institutions and bodies
Proven facilitation skills highly desirable.
Excellent Microsoft Word skills and the ability to take notes/drafts and produce high-quality written reports.
Motivated, committed, responsible, and able to work independently with limited direct supervision
How to apply:
Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications via email to HRNIGERIA@iom.int indicating position applied on the subject line by 30th September 2020