Senior Programme Manager. Genève. Suiza
Contratación en Suiza (Genève) de Profesionales en derecho
Clasificación del trabajo: Profesionales científicos e intelectuales : Profesionales en derecho, en ciencias sociales y culturales : Profesionales en derecho.
Akademische Berufe : Juristen, Sozialwissenschaftler und Kulturberufe : Juristen.
Descripción de la oferta de trabajo:
Job description Key responsibilities: Event management To identify, develop and deliver CTI events (major conferences, seminars and workshops) in Geneva, New York and in other countries, and the Annual Forum of the CTI.
Establish and develop strong relationships with the CTI core States, as well as a range of partners and Friends of the CTI, including Governments, national, regional and international organisations, including academic and NGO, to identify, develop and deliver CTI events and activities.
Design programmes for each event which are outcome oriented and meet objectives and deliver outcomes for CTI and partners, and which aim to share practical experiences between Governments on a constructive and confidential basis.
Manage ongoing programme development, identify and engage with potential speakers and participants to ensure a high quality event, achieve balanced geographical and gender representationin speakers, moderators and participants, and prepare contracts to be signed with partner organizations.
Carry out or commission background research and materials to inform the discussions, so as to advance the goals of the CTI and the event in question.
Prepare speeches and presentations for CTI core States’ Ambassadors and for the Head of the CTI Secretariat, as requested, and ensure they receive timely documentation and information.
Keep the core States informed of developments regularly, including through your participation in the CTI periodic governance meetings at focal point level.
Facilitate / chair and host CTI events, in a way that fosters open and frank dialogue, takes into account sensitivities, and allows for conversations to build on past events and explore new ways of doing business.
Responsible for ensuring that a report is issued in a timely manner after each CTI event, along with relevant press releases and other social and media communications.
Administrative oversight: Oversee the administrative components of the events, keeping track of matters such as venue, accommodation, flights, and expenditure; including convening regular planning meetings.
Responsible for managing the budget (income and expenditure) of the event.
Monitoring and evaluation: assess and report transparently on outcomes of CTI events to Head of CTI Secretariat and CTI core States, and partners.
Apply lessons learned to inform future quality events.
Fundraising and budget management: it may be required that the CTI Senior Programme Manager engage in direct fundraising for particular events or projects, or manage donations/contributions from external sources for particular events or projects.
Technical advice and support To be allocated annually, the Senior Programme Manager will take responsibility for assigned projects such as advancing ratification or implementation in particular regions, providing advice and inputs to CTI activities and to States on particular issues, and developing tools and other materials to support ratification and / or implementation.
Comply with CTI’s protocols and file management and other systems.
Keep abreast of latest developments in the anti-torture field, or in particular regional contexts, participate in relevant events, and update colleagues and core States on latest developments.
Replace the Head of CTI Secretariat during absences and as otherwise required.
This position may be assigned some management responsibilities, and may supervise assigned staff for particular projects.
Qualifications/experience required: A law degree (2:1 honours or equivalent), plus a master’s degree in public international law, human rights law, criminal law, criminology or related field.
In lieu of a master’s degree, admission to practice as a lawyer in a national jurisdiction is accepted.
Minimum 10 years’ experience in the human rights, criminal justice or diplomatic fields, with preference for persons with experience working with or in Government in a positive and constructive manner, and who know and underst
Servicio de empleo de origen: SECO, Servicios Públicos de Empleo, Suiza.
País del trabajo: Suiza.
Fecha de inicio: 13/02/2018.
Nº de vacantes: 1.
Experiencia: Más de 5 años.
Nivel educativo requerido: Sin especificar.
Lenguas exigidas: inglés: (notable) .
Carnet de conducir: No.
Tipo de contrato: Tiempo parcial.
Duración del contrato: Indefinido.
Cómo solicitar: Otros (véase la descripción).Cómo solicitar el puesto:
Empresa: Association pour la Prévention de la Torture (APT).
Dirección: Association pour la Prévention de la Torture (APT) Route de Ferney 10 1202 Genève.
Contacto: Romain Zappella
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