Ethics Adviser – OSCE – Warsaw, Poland

Location:
Warsaw, Poland
Industry Sector:
International Public Sector
Type of contract:
Contract
Salary:
Competitive

Ethics Adviser – OSCE – Warsaw, Poland

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Ethics Adviser – OSCE – Warsaw, Poland

Tasks and Responsibilities

Under the supervison of the Director of ODIHR, the incumbent of the position of Ethics Adviser shall provide advice and assistance in respect of ethics related developments throughout the Office, and advice on issues relating to gender mainstreaming in ODIHR’s programmatic and non-programmatic work. More specifically, the Ethics Adviser will perform the following functions and duties:

  • Maintaining regular contact with the OSCE Ethics Co-ordinator in the OSCE Secretariat on the overall Ethical Framework and its specific applicability in the ODIHR context;
  • Initiating, recommending and supporting necessary policy advice to the Director and senior management, including the First Deputy Director and Second Deputy Director, on how to best incorporate gender mainstreaming in the Office activities to ensure compliance with the OSCE gender commitments;
  • Supporting the implementation of the ODIHR Gender Mainstreaming Roadmap;
  • Identifying learning and development needs pertaining to ethics and gender mainstreaming, and preparing briefing and learning sessions for ODIHR staff;
  • Performing other related duties as assigned.

Necessary Qualifications

  • First-level university degree preferably in gender and women’s studies, law, political science, social sciences, public policy, corporate ethics or related field;
  • At least six years (full-time equivalent) of progressively responsible experience in the field of systems design in ethical standards, ethics and compliance programmes, code of conduct, accountability and compliance frameworks, gender mainstreaming and women’s rights gained at national and at international levels;
  • Demonstrated understanding of issues relating to gender based discrimination and gender mainstreaming along with practical experience in applying gender mainstreaming as a strategy to achieve gender equality;
  • Demonstrated knowledge of regional and international good practices of gender mainstreaming;
  • Excellent knowledge of UN, Council of Europe, EU and OSCE standards and commitments in the area of gender mainstreaming and gender equality;
  • Demonstrated experience in gender mainstreamed project design and implementation;
  • Ability to operate Windows applications, including word-processing, email, internet and social media tools;
  • Professional fluency in English, with excellent written and oral communication skills in the said language; working knowledge other OSCE languages is an asset;
  • Demonstrated gender awareness and sensitivity, and an ability to integrate a gender perspective into tasks and activities;
  • Ability to work in a team and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with people of different national, cultural and professional backgrounds.
Closing date for applications 25 June 2020 before midnight.

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