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NOTRE ENTREPRISE

The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons is the implementing body of the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC), which entered into force in 1997. As of today OPCW has 192 Member States, who are working together to achieve a world free of chemical weapons.

Our Goal

The OPCW Member States share the collective goal of preventing chemistry from ever again being used for warfare, thereby strengthening international security. To this end, the Convention contains four key provisions:

-destroying all existing chemical weapons under international verification by the OPCW;
-monitoring chemical industry to prevent new weapons from re-emerging;
-providing assistance and protection to States Parties against chemical threats; and
-fostering international cooperation to strengthen implementation of the Convention and promote the peaceful use of chemistry.


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OPCW | Institutions-ONG
OPCW   Company name:         Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) Title:                               Head Confidentiality and Information Security Location:                        The Hague Contact:                          OPCW . Hours:                            40 Salary:                            $98,295 Application url: https://opcw.redirect.your-jobresponse.com/head_confidentiality_and_information_security_the_hague/237709/V1593/apply   Post Level :       P-4 Vacancy Ref :   E-ODG/OCS/HCIS/F119/P-4/52/10-18 Branch :            Office of Confidentiality and Security Division :          Office of the Director-General Date :                 22 October 2018 Closing Date :  12 December 2018 This fixed-term appointment is for a duration of two years with a six-month probationary period, and is subject to the OPCW Staff Regulations and Interim Staff Rules, as applicable. The OPCW is a non-career organisation with limited staff tenure. The total length of service for Professional staff shall not exceed 7 years. The Director-General retains the discretion not to make any appointment to this vacancy, to make an appointment at a lower grade, or to make an appointment with a modified job description. Several vacancies may be filled. Principal Functions Under the supervision of the Head, Office of Confidentiality and Security and in accordance with the OPCW Core Values of Integrity, Professionalism and Respect for Diversity/Gender Equality, the incumbent performs the following duties: 1. Monitor overall implementation of the OPCW confidentiality regime to ensure compliance with relevant provisions of the Chemical Weapons Convention. Develop and oversee the implementation of Secretariat-wide confidentiality-related policies, procedures and working instructions: 2. Oversees and coordinates all aspects of the OPCW Information & Communications Technology (ICT) security programme, guiding the implementation of all ICT security measures to ensure the preservation of the confidentiality, integrity and availability of OPCW’s information assets: 3. Monitoring the implementation of all security procedures; receiving and investigating (at the direction of the Director-General and Head of OCS) security incident reports, assessing/reporting weak spots in security. 4. Performing auditing activities on the Secure Critical Network (SCN); determining the existence of and compliance with relevant policies and procedures, and recommending improvements to system security and existing control measures. 5. Implements the OPCW confidentiality training and awareness programme: 6. Liaise directly with the relevant OPCW Senior Management regarding Information Security Policy within the wider OPCW Information Management Policy Framework; 7. Liaise directly with the OPCW external Security Audit & Assessment Team (SAAT) to coordinate and plan all ICT audit activities; 8. Managerial and supervisory activities. Managing the CISS Information Security Officers and Information Security Clerk; 9. Undertake duties as Acting Head of OCS in the absence of Head of OCS. For the full description of the principal functions please go to: http://goo.gl/osL4tP Requirements Knowledge and Skills Education (Qualifications): Essential:
  • Advanced university degree in Computer Science, Information Management, Risk Management or similar graduate discipline is an absolute requirement;
  • Additional Professional qualification(s) in information security, such as CISSP, CISA, CISM certification, along with strong technical (ICT) security skills and demonstrable experience in the design/implementation of secure IT environments are a must.
Desirable: Experience in implementing and/or auditing information security programmes based on ISO 27001/27002 and a detailed knowledge of other IT security standards is highly desirable; Skills and Abilities (key competencies):
  • Demonstrated leadership with a focus to assure business results are achieved through and with people
  • Ability to deal with complex issues and interpret procedures and guidelines in order to adapt them to cover complex situations
  • Proven ability to work effectively under pressure, displaying sound initiative and good personal judgement
  • Proven ability to learn quickly and thoroughly while continually recognizing and adapting to changing conditions is critical
  • Ability to deliver training as necessary and to prepare documents of a technical nature
  • Excellent communications skills, including the ability to draft and edit professional documents in the English language, are required
  • Personal qualities must include tact, discretion, accuracy and the ability to work harmoniously in a multi-national environment
  • Solid computer skills.
Experience Essential: At least 7 years of progressively responsible and recent related experience in administration and management of the IT security function in large organizations, including the supervision of all aspects of ICT security operations;
  • Substantial experience in development and implementation of ICT and information security policies, standards and procedures;
  • Recent and well-rounded supervisory experience with responsibilities in a classified or sensitive working environment.
Desirable: Experience in implementing and/or auditing information security programmes based on ISO 27001/27002 and a detailed knowledge of other IT security standards is highly desirable. Languages Fluency in English is essential and a good working knowledge of one of the other official languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, and Spanish) is desirable. Total annual salary consists of a net annual salary (net of taxes and before medical insurance and provident fund deductions) in US$ and a post adjustment. The post adjustment (cost of living allowance) is variable and subject to change without notice in accordance with the rates as set within the UN Common System for salaries and allowances. The figure quoted on the right, is based on the October 2018 rate of 37.8%. Annual Salary        $71,332 Post Adjustment   $26,963 Total Salary            $98,295 Currency                  USD CANDIDATES ARE ADVISED THAT ONLY APLICATIONS SUBMITTED THROUGH OUR WEB-BASED RECRUITMENT SYSTEM WILL BE CONSIDERED. Interested applicants who are unable to submit an application online at www.opcw.org , due to technical problems, are requested to send an e- mail to Recruitment@opcw.org explaining the problem. Only applications received before the closing date will be considered. Only applicants under serious consideration for a post will be contacted. OPCW
2018-11-27 10:59:15
full-time
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OPCW | Institutions-ONG
  OPCW logo Company name:      Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) Title:                          Inspectors Location:                  The Hague Contact:                    OPCW Hours:                       40 Salary:                       $79,440 Application url:        https://opcw.redirect.your-jobresponse.com/inspectors_the_hague/236845/V1593/apply   Post Level :        P-3 Vacancy Ref :    E-INS/I/F0343/P-3/69/10-18 Branch :             Inspection Team Personnel Division :           Inspectorate Division Closing Date : 18 December 2018  This fixed-term appointment is for a duration of two years with a six-month probationary period, and is subject to the OPCW Staff Regulations and Interim Staff Rules, as applicable. The OPCW is a non-career organisation with limited staff tenure. The total length of service for Professional staff shall not exceed 7 years. The Director-General retains the discretion not to make any appointment to this vacancy, to make an appointment at a lower grade, or to make an appointment with a modified job description. Several vacancies may be filled. Anticipated Reporting Date: Second quarter of 2019 Principal Functions Under the supervision of the Heads of Cell (HoC) and in accordance with the OPCW Core Values of Integrity, Professionalism and Respect for Diversity & Gender Equality, the post holder’s principal function will be to support the operational planning and on-site execution of OPCW inspections under Articles VI, V and VI of the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC). Inspections will take place at the industrial facilities or the Chemical Weapons Destruction Facilities (CWDFs) of the 193 states parties to the CWC. Inspections can vary in length from 48 hours to 48 days. The post holder will also support additional INS programmes and activities as directed by the Head of Cell. The post holder may, from time to time, be required to support International Cooperation and Assistance programmes. General responsibilities include:
  • Assisting in the preparation of inspections, by reviewing and analysing relevant technical information of the inspection sites including declarations provided by the States Parties;
  • Participation in and contributing to technical briefings, prior to deployment to the inspection site and mission debriefings upon completion of inspection;
  • Contribution to the preparation of inspection reports produced on-site and in the headquarters and assist the inspection team leader in finalising the reports;
  • Assisting the inspection team leader in meeting the objectives of the inspection mandate and operational instructions, in accordance with the CWC and Quality System Documentation, as well as contingency operations relevant and mission instructions.
  • Monitoring and verifying the destruction of chemical weapons in a designated CWDF in accordance with relevant technical and verification procedures.
  • Conducting engineering evaluations that declared Chemical Weapons Production Facilities can no longer be used for production of chemical warfare
Specific responsibilities include:
  • Assistance and protection against CW, capability to conduct a Challenge Inspection (CI) and capability to conduct an Investigation of Alleged Use (IAU);
  • To maintain readiness for a CI/IAU inspection, by participation in any training and exercises, as and when scheduled.
  • To assist the ITL in inspections carried out in accordance with Articles IX and X of the CWC. This will include activities already described above, but with an extra dimension because of the nature of the inspection and additional activities that might be included.
ACs: On-site sampling and analysis (S&A) activities at inspection sites and verification of S&A procedures in CWDFs CPTs: Performing technical evaluations of the inspection site, reviewing relevant production records, and performing mass-balance calculations for chemical products. CWMSs: Conducting inspections on the irreversible destruction of CWs at CWDFs and undertaking technical evaluations at CWSF, CWPF and O/ACW facilities. HSS: Providing health and safety support for missions involving toxic entries, and providing emergency medical support during deployments, particularly when deployments are to areas where the security level (UN Security Level System) is identified as Substantial, High or Extreme. The post holder, under the supervision of the HoC, will also carry out other tasks in the Headquarters to support the effective operation and improvement of Inspectorate and other Divisions as designated by the HoC. All candidates will have to undergo a special fitness test when recruited, including a three phase employment physical test to ensure an adequate fitness level and heat tolerance in order to wear respirators, and Fully Encapsulated Protective Ensemble. Successful candidates may be asked to work in high-risk areas on a voluntary basis. Requirements Knowledge and Skills Education Essential:
  • A relevant postgraduate degree in combination with a minimum of 5 years qualifying experience.
  • or
  • A first level degree in combination with a minimum of 7years qualifying experience.
or
  • Certified relevant training together with extensive relevant technical background and a minimum of 13 years’ experience may also be considered.
AC: relevant degrees would be in the fields of chemistry with sub-specialisation in synthetic or analytical chemistry. CPT: relevant degrees would be in the fields of chemistry, chemical engineering, or other closely allied subjects. CWMS: relevant degrees would be in the fields of science and engineering (with background in Chemical Weapons), EOD-expertise is highly desirable as are additional qualifications in Chem-EOD HSS: relevant degrees would be in the fields of health science, paramedic practice or other closely related subjects. Competencies All candidates will be required to demonstrate throughout the selection process competence in the following areas:
  • Dealing with complex issues, interpretation and adaptation of procedures and guidelines to cover unfamiliar situations;
  • Working harmoniously in a multicultural environment. Excellent negotiating skills, conflict management skills and ability to enhance the effectiveness of a team.
  • Working in diverse environment and with demanding travel schedules.
  • Excellent computer skills.
In addition to the above, the following competencies will be tested at interview:
  • Integrity
  • Professionalism
  • Respect for diversity
  • Communication
  • Team Work
  • Planning & Organising
  • Accountability
  • Judgement and Decision Making
A range of relevant technical competencies will be tested during the selection process. Desirable Experience: CPT: Experience of regulatory regimes with an audit or inspection component. AC: Experience of working with high-hazard materials or experience in synthetic chemistry is desirable. Applicants with a knowledge and understanding of chemical production plants or knowledge of analytical techniques such as NMR, IR, LC-MS and ICP are particularly welcome. CWMS: Proven Track record in CBRN-Reconnaissance and/or EOD & IEDD operations would be a strong asset. HSS: Experience of managing complex risks in a high hazard environment or formal qualifications in Health & Safety. Experience Essential CPT: Relevant work experience in the chemical industry including chemical process operations, plant design, chemical process development, process safety engineering and evaluation, research and development, or related technical functions. AC: Technical and practical expertise in GC-MS analysis, including instrument troubleshooting, chemical identification and chemical profiling. Such experience will typically be gained in industry or a government research institute. CWMS: Working experience in the field of (single or combined): Chemical Demilitarisation, Old or Abandoned Chemical Weapons identification/handling, CBRN response, EOD operations, and CW detection/monitoring. HSS: Significant experience of emergency medical care gained in either a civilian or military context Previous work experience in a forensics role or investigation is an asset, as well as sensitive site exploitation. Languages Fluency in English is essential and a good working knowledge of one of the other official languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, and Spanish) is desirable. Total annual salary consists of a net annual salary (net of taxes and before medical insurance and provident fund deductions) in US$ and a post adjustment. The post adjustment (cost of living allowance) is variable and subject to change without notice in accordance with the rates as set within the UN Common System for salaries and allowances. The figure quoted on the right, is based on the November 2018 rate of 34.3%. Annual Salary $59,151 Post Adjustment $20,289 Total Salary $79,440 Currency USD Interested? Please apply via this link. CANDIDATES ARE STRONGLY ADVISED TO USE ONLY THE ONLINE APPLICATION SYSTEM. Interested applicants who are unable to submit an application online at www.opcw.org , due to technical problems, are requested to send an e- mail to Recruitment@opcw.org explaining the problem. Only applications received before the closing date will be considered. Only applicants under serious consideration for a post will be contacted. Applications from qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged. OPCW inspectors
2018-11-19 15:52:51
full-time
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OPCW | Institutions-ONG
OPCW logo   Company name:    Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) Title:                          Principal Analyst (part of the Attribution Team) Location:                  The Hague Contact:                    OPCW  Hours:                       40 Salary:                       Annual Salary $85,543 Application url:       https://opcw.redirect.yourjobresponse.com/principal_analyst_part_of_the_attribution_team_the_hague/236841/V1593/apply   Principal Analyst (P-5) This fixed-term appointment is for a duration of up to one year and is subject to, as applicable, (a) a six-month probationary period, (b) the OPCW Staff Regulations and Interim Staff Rules, (c) the continuing need for the post, and (d) the availability of funding. The incumbent will have no expectation of renewal; and, in any case, the OPCW is a non-career organisation with limited staff tenure. The total length of service for Professional staff shall not exceed 7 years. The Director-General retains the discretion not to make any appointment to this vacancy, to make an appointment at a lower grade, or to make an appointment with a modified job description. Principal Functions At the Fourth Special Session of the Conference of States Parties (CSP) the CSP decided (C-SS-4/DEC.3) that the OPCW Secretariat shall put into place arrangements to identify the perpetrators of the use of chemical weapons in the Syrian Arab Republic. In furtherance of this decision an Attribution Team is being established which will undertake its activities in an impartial and objective manner. Under the supervision of the Director of the Attribution Team, and in accordance with the OPCW Core Values of Integrity, Professionalism and Respect for Diversity/Gender Equality, the incumbent performs the following duties:
  • Leads and manages in the review, processing, and analysis of information collected by the Team, regarding cases involving the use or likely use of chemical weapons.
  • Oversees the collation, processing, and analysis of multi-source information (including open source material) through the use of advanced programming and software tools and identifies information gaps and/or inconsistencies, to inform decisions relating to further investigative activities.
  • Provides policy advice in relation to investigation strategy and plays a leading role in the development of investigation policies, guidelines, practices, and procedures for the conduct of the analytical work of the Team and for further investigations.
  • Oversees the preparation of analytical products in support of investigations.
  • Liaises and coordinates with the Principal Investigator to identify and analyse documents and other material for determination of relevance in investigation activities, including interviews.
  • Provides analytical input and advice to investigation activities.
  • Assists the AT Director (ATD) in priority setting and case management.
  • Assists the ATD in coordinating the activities of investigators and analysts.
  • Contributes to the preparation of reports, including detailed reports documenting analytical findings of investigations.
  • As required, provides technical briefings to the staff of the AT and to senior management on analytical activities.
  • Supports the ATD in the recruitment and training of staff and manages the performance of staff in line with organisational policies and procedures.
  • Supports the continuous improvement of policies and processes related to analytical activities, including through contributions to training and knowledge transfer activities.
  • Proposes to the ATD and manages the non-staff costs of the Team related to analytical requirements.
  • Liaises with States Parties and other relevant external stakeholders as required.
  • Leads in sourcing capabilities from the Secretariat and external capabilities that are required to implement analytical activities.
  • Performs other duties as required by the ATD.
Requirements Knowledge and Skills Essential:
  • Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in international law, criminal investigation, military science, forensic science, crime analysis, social/political science, or other related fields.
  • A combination of a first-level university degree or diploma in advanced criminal investigation from a national police academy or law enforcement agency together with significant experience and/or certifications in investigations (military, police, judicial/prosecutorial, federal/national intelligence agencies) may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.
Skills and Abilities (key competencies):
  • Strong analytical and conceptual skills in analysing and interpreting information and operational issues, formulating hypotheses, and proposing and implementing solutions.
  • Demonstrated ability to think strategically. Ability to challenge established thinking and consider alternative thinking.
  • Experience in the use of software programs in research, data analysis and statistics.
  • Ability to organise and draw sound conclusions and be able to re-evaluate initial conclusions on the basis of new information.
  • Gathers relevant information before making decisions.
  • Proposes a course of action or makes a recommendation based on all available information.
  • Innovative and creative problem-solving skills. Demonstrates persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges.
  • Strong relationship management skills involving internal and external stakeholders at all levels, including senior management and governance, while maintaining operational independence.
  • Proven interpersonal and diplomatic skills; ability to establish and maintain effective working relations at all levels with people in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity.
  • Demonstrated understanding and exhibited behaviour of Knowledge Management leadership principles.
  • Proven record of building and managing teams and creating an enabling work environment, including ability to effectively supervise, mentor, coach, train, develop, evaluate, and delegate to staff.
  • Proven ability to draft, develop and present concise reports on operational matters.
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines and handle multiple concurrent conflicting activities assuring required results are achieved.
  • Ability to communicate to a variety of audiences in both oral and written form.
Experience Essential:
  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience in investigations, including five years of specialist analysis work, data compilation and interpretation is required, in areas such as international or national criminal investigations or intelligence.
  • Experience in analytical activities at the international level.
  • Experience as a chief investigative analyst or similar senior role.
  • Knowledge of and experience with structured analysis methodologies.
Desirable:
  • Formal training and/or certification in law enforcement methodologies.
  • Experience in a leading role in a forensic institutes or law enforcement/security/intelligence organisation.
  • Experience with or knowledge of in forensic analysis.
  • Experience with or knowledge of military operations in conflict zones.
  • Experience leading teams and deployments in high-risk areas.
  • Knowledge and understanding of multilateral disarmament issues.
Languages Fluency in English is essential and a good working knowledge of one of the other official languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, and Spanish) is desirable. Total annual salary consists of a net annual salary (net of taxes and before medical insurance and provident fund deductions) in US$ and a post adjustment. The post adjustment (cost of living allowance) is variable and subject to change without notice in accordance with the rates as set within the UN Common System for salaries and allowances. The figure quoted bellow, is based on the November 2018 rate of 34.3%. Annual Salary $85,543 Post Adjustment $29,341 Total Salary $114,884 Currency USD CANDIDATES ARE STRONGLY ADVISED TO USE ONLY THE ONLINE APPLICATION SYSTEM. Please find this system via https://opcw.redirect.yourjobresponse.com/principal_analyst_part_of_the_attribution_team_the_hague/236841/V1593/apply Interested applicants who are unable to submit an application due to technical problems, are requested to send an e- mail to Recruitment@opcw.org explaining the problem. Only applications received before the closing date will be considered. Only applicants under serious consideration for a post will be contacted. Applications from qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged. OPCW Principal Analyst
2018-11-19 14:59:39
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