Deadline: 31 August 2016
International Development Law Organization (IDLO) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of Institutional Capacity Development Expert in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
IDLO empowers people and enables governments to reform laws and institutions that promote peace, justice, social development and sustainable economic growth.
Key Jobs Responsibilities
The Institutional Capacity Development Expert will perform the following functions-
- Access and analyze internal and external environment and stakeholders through consultations with key actors.
- Prepare and facilitate these meetings as necessary.
- Conduct interviews and consultations with the members of the Commission and other relevant stakeholders, both by in-person interview and phone-interviews so as to identify current status, future challenges and individual recommendations.
- Manage collaborative relationships with personnel of the relevant institutions in Honduras and other stakeholders – including civil society – to ensure clear communications and harmonization and to lay the groundwork for future collaboration.
- Conduct desk research as needed on police reform in other contexts, lesson learned best practices, and policies to avoid.
- Together with the Special Commission, present the draft strategic plan for the HNP to the Government of Honduras and the Ministry of Security for feedback.
- Proactively share information with program staff and across IDLO, including by ensuring timely and quality submission of agreed deliverables and provide inputs as requested.
- Map the key actors working in this area both, from both government and civil society.
- Synthesis of results and identify strategic opportunities.
- Limited follow-up consulting (remote), should the need arise.
Applicants must have-
- Degree in law, public policy, social sciences, or other relevant fields, preferably at postgraduate level.
- Minimum 10 years of capacity development experience, preferably in the rule of law sector.
- Legal and institutional reform experience in developing countries would be an asset.
- Experience in successfully handing over development projects to local counterparts in a sustainable manner is a plus.
- Excellent team building skills and group facilitation skills, communications, information sharing and cultural sensitivity.
- Proven experience in working and dealing with Government Departments, Ministries and high-level officials.
- Experience in reporting and drafting of strategic and policy papers.
- Experience working in Latin and/or Central America is an advantage.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills both in Spanish and in English, including
How to Apply
Applicants must submit their IDLO Personal History Form (PHF), resume and cover letter via the given website.
For more information, please download the PDF IDLO.