Job Opening

Posting Title: Consultant (Online Child Sexual Exploitation)
Department/Office: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Duty Station: BANGKOK
Posting Period: 14 January 2022 - 24 January 2022
Job Opening Number: 22-United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime-172504-Consultant
Staffing Exercise N/A
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
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Result of Service

Timely organization and delivery of planned activities, in accordance with deliverables, indicators and timeline.

The consultant is responsible for developing the course agenda, course material including a detailed lesson plan for each course, pre-test and post-test and a detailed after action report for each activity. The consultant will be responsible for delivering online and in-person training when permitted for up to 5 courses. Online deliver will be the expected delivery method subject to changing travel rules.

The Consultant will perform his/her functions under the overall guidance of the UNODC Cybercrime and Cryptocurrency Advisor and will work with other UNODC thematic experts throughout the development process of the training material and course delivery. All the outputs should be submitted in English and meet the satisfaction of UNODC according to the following indicators:
a. Quality of the materials produced
b. Technical competence
c. Timeliness of the delivery

Outputs/Work Assignment

Deliverable A. Development of a OCSE training material
To be accomplished by 14 February 2022

Deliverable B. Philippines Course to Counter Online Child Sexual Exploitation
To be accomplished by 2 April 2022

Deliverable C. Vietnam Course to Counter Online Child Sexual Exploitation
To be accomplished by 23 April 2022

Deliverable D. Thailand Course to Counter Online Child Sexual Exploitation
To be accomplished by 14 May 2022

Deliverable E. Lao PDR Course to Counter Online Child Sexual Exploitation
To be accomplished by 4 June 2022

Deliverable F. Malaysia Course to Counter Online Child Sexual Exploitation
To be accomplished by 25 June 2022

Work Location

Home-based with travel to Southeast Asia

Training Location Estimated Travel End Date
• Philippines Course to Counter OCSEA, 2 April 2022
• Vietnam Course to Counter OCSEA, 23 April 2022
• Thailand Course to Counter OCSEA 14 May 2022
• Lao PDR Course to Counter OCSEA 4 June 2022
• Malaysia Course to Counter OCSEA, 25 June 2022

Expected duration

1 February 2022 –31 December 2022, 30 working days

Duties and Responsibilities

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Global Programme on Cybercrime (GLOX76) supports countries in strengthening capacities to prevent and combat cybercrime and has a particular focus on capacities in the areas of cybercrime and abuse prevention, cybercrime investigations and electronic evidence, and international cooperation in criminal matters involving electronic evidence crime and recover the proceeds of crime.

Under the supervision of the Regional Cybercrime and Cryptocurrency Advisor, the consultant will develop a series of activities including:
1. Develop training content for a 3-day course for Online Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (OCSEA).
2. Deliver online or in-person training for Online Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (OCSEA) when scheduled, for up to 5 courses, which are 3 days each.

Training Location Estimated Travel End Date
• Philippines Course to Counter OCSEA, 2 April 2022
• Vietnam Course to Counter OCSEA, 23 April 2022
• Thailand Course to Counter OCSEA 14 May 2022
• Lao PDR Course to Counter OCSEA 4 June 2022
• Malaysia Course to Counter OCSEA, 25 June 2022

Under supervision of the UNODC Regional Coordinator based in Bangkok and working in close consultation with UNODC staff, in particular cybercrime, anti-money laundering, law enforcement and regulatory experts, the incumbent will coordinate selected activities according to the above-mentioned background of assignment.

It is expected that, for the development of the Online Child Sexual Exploitation course the consultant must:
1. Draft training sessions (in English) built around the principal issues of consideration, which, among others, should include but not be limited to the following (subject to discussion between the Consultant and Supervisor):
- Victim identification techniques including the importance of international collaboration and contributing to Interpol’s International Child Sexual Exploitation (ICSE) DB
- OSINT techniques that can aid in the investigation of OCSE and Victim Identification
- Dark web training and investigative techniques used to identify OCSE offenders that use tools to anonymize their activity on the Internet.
2. Consultants will deliver online training for up to 5 courses which are three days each, in the following countries: Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, and Lao PDR.
3. Consultant will deliver in person training, when possible, subject to compliance with entry requirements related to COVID-19. When travel is not possible or recommended, training will be delivered in an online format.

Note: the consultant must clearly highlight any information which the originator has not allowed to be placed in the public domain.

The incumbent shall be responsible for the design of a training plan, agreed by the Programme Advisor. All the training materials, course design notes should be handed over to UNODC along with mission reports.

Qualifications/special skills

Competency:
- Excellent organizational skills.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
- Good team player.
- Attention to detail and the ability to deal diplomatically with high time pressure situations whilst maintaining high performance standards are essential.
- Ability to work under pressure and deliver under deadlines.

Academic Qualifications: - An advanced university degree (Master's degree or equivalent) in business administration, international relations, social science, law, political science, international relations or criminology is required. A first level university degree in similar fields in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.
- Certification or other qualification in training design and delivery is desirable.

Experience: - A minimum of 10 years of relevant progressively responsible professional experience in the field of the investigation of online child sexual exploitation and abuse is required.
- Excellent analytical skills, and experience in drafting guidelines and/or training materials in the area of online child sexual exploitation is required.
- Previous experience gained from training police in an international context, particularly regarding victim identification training for child sexual exploitation media is required.
- Previous experience providing training in Southeast Asia or the Pacific is desirable.
- Proven ability to provide training in an international context is desirable.
- Experience gained from work for the United Nations and/or other international law enforcement organizations is desirable.

Language: - English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this position, fluency in English, with excellent drafting and communication skills, is required. Knowledge of another official United Nations Secretariat language is an advantage.
- Regional language skills (countries in Southeast Asia) are desirable.

No Fee

THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE AT ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS (APPLICATION, INTERVIEW MEETING, PROCESSING, OR TRAINING). THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CONCERN ITSELF WITH INFORMATION ON APPLICANTS’ BANK ACCOUNTS.

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