The International Peace Support Training Centre (IPSTC) was established to enhance operational capacity for peacekeeping through training, education and research for the benefit of military, police, and civilian staff.

The centre wishes to engage a competent candidate on a short term contractual basis in the following position:

Post Title: Police Advisor - Directing Staff
 
1 Position 
 
Type of Appointment: 1 year contract,
 
Duration: 1 year renewable
 
Direct Supervision: Through the Chief Instructor to the Commandant
 
Salary: $2,800.00
 
Deadline for Submission: 20th Mar 2015
 
Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for Coordination of academic and workshop training programmes related to Police in Peace Support Operation with particular focus on Eastern Africa region;
  • Prepare and deliver quality training lectures in areas related to Police in Peace Support Operation with focus on Eastern Africa region;
  • Responsible for development of training/learning materials, preparing training programs and maintaining records to monitor training outputs;
  • Participate in departmental and school meetings and workshops aimed at sharing training outcomes and building interdepartmental collaboration within and outside the school;
  • Write and approve lecture materials and hand-outs and presentations in lectures, workshops and symposium to facilitate quality delivery of training programs in Police in Peace Support Operation;
  • Participate in the development of curriculum in collaboration with the Curriculum Development Officers;
  • Assist in the production of a quarterly IPSTC newsletter;
  • Liaise with relevant institutions, academic, I/NGOs and research institutes etc., with a view to increasing IPSTC’s “network of police experts;”
  • Develop cutting edge training tools and methodologies so as to meet the institution’s standards as a centre of excellence;
  • Remain abreast of contemporary adult learning principles with a view to developing relevant training tools and methodologies for associated training events; and
  • Develop a roster of training experts/facilitators in different subject areas.
Education & Experience
  • A police officer of the rank of a Police - Superintendent or above
  • Must have IPO UN/AU mission experience (preferably more than one mission duty)
  • Must have training development experience
  • Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a relevant field
  • Work independently without daily supervision.
  • Must understand and be able to manage double reporting lines (IPSTC and ISS)
  • Must have sound experience of UN/AU mandates including roles of military and civilian counterparts.
  • 15 years’ service minimum.
Skills, abilities and personal attributes
  • Ability to prepare and deliver lectures to high level professionals with diverse backgrounds;
  • Ability to conceptualise, design, develop and undertake structured evaluation and review of training projects and programs;
  • Good report writing analytical skills;
  • Public speaking and excellent presentation skills.
How to Apply:
 
Applications including cover letter, CVs, copies of relevant certificates, current remuneration and expected remuneration as well as current notice period should be addressed to the 

Director
International Peace Support Training Centre
Westwood Park, Karen
P O Box 24232 - 00502
Nairobi, Kenya

or emailed to: jobs@ipstc.org


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