Chief of Section/Deputy Director

ISSUED BY: OSCE Mission in Kosovo

VACANCY NUMBER: VNKOSS02121

VACANCY TYPE: International Seconded

FIELD OF EXPERTISE: Civilian Police

FUNCTIONAL LEVEL: Middle management

GRADE: S3

NUMBER OF POSTS: 1

DUTY STATION: Vushtrri / Vucitrn

DATE OF ISSUE: 11 February 2019

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: 18 March 2019 – 23:59 Central European Time (CET/CEST)

DATE OF ENTRY ON DUTY: 24 June 2019

DIRECT APPLICATION PROJECT

This vacancy is part of a pilot project with a number of participating States to assess a new sequence of applications for select secondment opportunities. If you are applying as a national of one of the following countries:

Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, Tajikistan, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, United Kingdom

General Minimum Requirements

The general minimum requirements for working with the OSCE are:

  • Excellent physical condition
  • Possession of a valid automobile driving license and ability to drive using manual transmission
  • Ability to cope with physical hardship and willingness to work extra hours and in an environment with limited infrastructure

Field of Expertise Requirements

The general minimum requirements for working in this field of expertise are:

  • Negotiating and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to read and utilise maps
  • Ability to perform first aid
  • Regular, active police service experience
  • Very good oral and written English communication skills
  • Knowledge of International Police Standards and human rights

Level of Professional Competence Requirements

Furthermore, this level of responsibility requires the following:

Education:

Graduation from a recognized police training school with police administrative courses on general police management

Experience:

Minimum 10 years of diversified and progressively responsible police experience including at least 12 months at management level relevant to the actual post

Mission Specific Requirements

Additionally, this particular post has specific requirements:

Mandatory:

  • Second-level university degree in international studies, public policy, political science, law or related fields;
  • Demonstrated experience and comprehensive understanding of security and public safety matters both in the Mission area and in the region;
  • Ability to identify and analyse emerging security and public safety problems and propose sustainable solutions within civilian and/or military environment;
  • Experience in working with international organizations or governments, particularly in a post conflict and/or developing regions;
  • Proven experience in drafting programme outlines and budget proposals;
  • Experience in project management including large scale, multiple-issue projects, as well as in fundraising and project promotion;
  • Experience in preparing analytical reports, concept and position papers and in delivering briefings and presentations to diverse groups, including top level audiences;
  • Organizational, interpersonal, negotiating and diplomatic skills, as well as the ability and flexibility to work under pressure and manage multiple tasks within limited time frames;
  • Leadership qualities and demonstrated ability and willingness to work with and manage people of different ethnic, religious and cultural backgrounds, different gender, and diverse political views while maintaining impartiality and objectivity;
  • Proven working experience in the field of training and management development in community safety, community policing as well as security and public safety matters;
  • Ability to design, co-ordinate and implement community policing training plans and support to police;
  • Knowledge and understanding of security sector reviews and their impact/relation to community safety development and community policing;
  • Professional knowledge to operate windows applications (MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Access,) and e-mail.

Desirable:

  • Knowledge of the local languages, knowledge of the local/regional political history and developments;
  • Additional education in related fields;
  • Knowledge and understanding of the development of security safety standards and regulations, as well as security sector reviews and their impact/relation to security and public safety; Development, and European Convention on Human
  • Rights (ECHR) and its impact upon security development and functions;
  • Knowledge of the OSCE principles, structures, institutions, field activities and commitment.

Tasks and Responsibilities

Under the direct supervision of the Director of the Department for Security and Public Safety (S4), the incumbent performs the following duties:

  1. Acting as the Director of the Department in the absence of the Director;
  2. Being responsible for the operational implementation of the department’s projects;
  3. Co-ordinating and communicate the implementation of department’s projects inside the department;
  4. Co-ordinating and communicate the department’s projects with other departments and units in the Mission;
  5. Interacting with international and national counterparts regarding operational implementation of department’s projects;
  6. Ensuring efficient operational implementation of the department’s projects;
  7. Representing the department on behalf of the Director;
  8. Managing all staff within the section;
  9. Supporting the development and implementation of community policing policies in co-operation with relevant local and international stakeholders;
  10. Representing the Department in various inter-institutional steering and working groups and other forums to ensure co-operation, communication and best practice on community safety initiatives throughout Kosovo;
  11. Acting as the departmental focal point on community safety sector development issues at Mission level in relation to other OSCE Mission in Kosovo departments, neighbouring field missions and to OSCE Headquarters in Vienna;
  12. Working together with the senior-level leadership of the Kosovo Police and the Ministry of Internal Affairs to promote community safety and community policing;
  13. Assisting in co-ordination of donor efforts regarding the community safety sector;
  14. Performing other management duties as assigned by the Director.
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Head, Human Dimension Department

ISSUED BY: OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina

VACANCY NUMBER: VNBAHP00878

VACANCY TYPE: International Contracted

FIELD OF EXPERTISE: Political Affairs

GRADE: P5

NUMBER OF POSTS: 1

DUTY STATION: Sarajevo

DATE OF ISSUE: 18 February 2019

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: 1 April 2019 – 23:59 Central European Time (CET/CEST)

DATE OF ENTRY ON DUTY: 1 June 2019

Background

The OSCE has a comprehensive approach to security that encompasses politico-military, economic and environmental, and human aspects. It therefore addresses a wide range of security-related concerns, including arms control, confidence- and security-building measures, human rights, national minorities, democratization, policing strategies, counter-terrorism and economic and environmental activities. All 57 participating States enjoy equal status, and decisions are taken by consensus on a politically, but not legally binding basis.

The OSCE Mission’s principal aim is to promote stability and reconciliation while assisting Bosnia and Herzegovina on its path to regional political, economic and social integration. Mission activities seek to foster systems of governance, justice and education that uphold human rights and the rule of law for all citizens. Moreover, the Mission supports the development of an effective, responsive, and inclusive security sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in keeping with international standards.

The Human Dimension Department at OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina is currently composed of one hundred and sixty-two team members.

The OSCE Gender Action Plan is committed to increasing the number of female staff in all areas of the OSCE’s work. Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply for this management opportunity.

Tasks and Responsibilities

The Head of Human Dimension Department (HDD), as a senior programmatic mission member, is responsible for shaping the strategic direction of the largest department of the Mission, as it re-prioritises and reduces in size and scope. Reporting through the Deputy Head of Mission (DHOM) to the Head of Mission (HOM), the incumbent will be responsible for advising both on programmatic issues and ensuring that their guidance and direction is reflected in programme implementation. The post holder is the Mission’s primary interface with external interlocutors on HDD programmatic issues. S/he is responsible for co-ordination with a wide range of international and domestic organizations. Head of HDD holds delegated responsibility for the Mission’s HDD programme budget and bears ultimate responsibility for ensuring that the HDD’s work is relevant, effective and consistent with the Mission’s mandate. The Head of HDD is responsible for the continued consolidation of HDD through further integration of its core functions of Rule of Law, Human Rights, Education and Governance. The incumbet will be responsible for:

  • Setting the strategic direction of the Human Dimension Department and determines priorities in consultation with the HOM and DHOM, ensuring consistency with, and relevance to, the Mission’s mandate, and direction provided by participating states and the conditions prevailing in BiH;
  • Carrying out the responsibilities of Programme Manager for budgetary and administrative oversight of the Department’s activities and staff, including co-ordination of all proposals for extra-budgetary funding with relevant Mission elements and exercising overall responsibility for programme implementation, including the management of the Department’s financial and human resources in line with the authority delegated by the HOM;
  • Ensuring that Department staff in head office and the field work is a coherent team focused on achieving agreed objectives, including regular visits to the field and establishing effective coordinating mechanisms;
  • Analysing the Department’s effectiveness in achieving Mission objectives, complementarity with the activities of other organizations, adherence to accepted sectoral best practices, and identifying measures to improve and streamline programme implementation, in order to achieve greater coherence and synergy;
  • Maintaining regular contact with international and domestic high level authorities in order to ensure effective programmatic co-ordination, a clear understanding of the Mission’s Human Dimension Programme and, where necessary, effective advocacy for political or financial support;
  • Performing other duties as required.

Necessary Qualifications 

  • Citizenship of an OSCE participating State, excluding citizenship or permanent residency of the country of the duty station;
  • Second-level university degree in law, international relations,  public policy, political or social sciences;
  • A minimum of ten years of progressively responsible management experience preferably in an international set up, with a good established understanding of the complex political situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina and of  the role of the OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina;
  • Professional fluency in English both written and oral; knowledge of other OSCE working languages would be an asset;
  • A good working knowledge of the BiH official languages is highly desirable;
  • Flexibility and ability to work under pressure;
  • Computer literacy, with practical experience with Microsoft packages; ability to use and knowledge of an ERP system, preferably ORACLE, would be an asset;
  • Demonstrated gender awareness and sensitivity, and an ability to integrate a gender perspective into tasks and activities;
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective and constructive working relationships with people of different national and cultural backgrounds while maintaining impartiality and objectivity;
  • Possession of a valid driving licence and ability to drive using manual transmission.

Required Competencies

Core values

  • Commitment: Actively contributes to achieving organizational goals
  • Diversity: Respects others and values their diverse perspectives and contributions
  • Integrity: Acts in a manner consistent with the Organization’s core values and organizational principles
  • Accountability: Takes responsibility for own action and delegated work

Core competencies

  • Communication: Actively works to achieve clear and transparent communication with colleagues and with stakeholders of the Organization
  • Collaboration: Works effectively with others on common goals and fosters a positive, trust-based working environment
  • Planning: Works towards the achievement of goals in a structured and measured manner
  • Analysis and decision-making: Analyses available information, draws well-founded conclusions and takes appropriate decisions
  • Initiative-taking: Proposes and initiates new ideas, activities and projects
  • Flexibility: Responds positively and effectively to changing circumstances

Managerial competencies (for positions with managerial responsibilities)

  • Leadership: Provides a clear sense of direction, builds trust and creates an enabling environment
  • Strategic thinking: Identifies goals that advance the organizational agenda and develops plans for achieving them
  • Managing performance: Helps to maximize team performance by providing active feedback and skill development opportunities

Remuneration Package

Monthly remuneration subject to social security deductions is about US$ 7,128.58 to which is added Board and Lodging Allowance (currently EUR 113 per day subject to change without prior notice). Social benefits will include possibility of participation in the Cigna medical insurance scheme and the OSCE Provident Fund.

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Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs and Security Policy

LOCATION: NATO Headquarters, Brussels, Belgium

DIVISION: Political Affairs and Security Policy (PASP)

TITLE: Assistant Secretary General (ASG)

GRADE: Unclassified

COMPENSATION: shortlisted candidates will be provided with a simulation of the compensation package for this post.

SECURITY CLEARANCE: CTS

VACANCY N°: 190186

Closing date for applications: 14 April 2019, 23h59 CEST

1. SUMMARY

The Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs and Security Policy leads the Political Affairs and Security Policy Division. Within the NATO International Staff, the Assistant Secretary General (ASG) is responsible for the policy development of NATO’s partnerships, as well as advising on the political aspects of NATO’s security tasks.

This is a broad and varied portfolio, covering the following principal issues:

  • General political affairs within NATO;
  • NATO’s Enlargement Policy;
  • Building relationships with:
  1. international organisations and institutions, in particular with the European Union, the United Nations, and the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe;
  2. Partnership for Peace countries;
  3. Mediterranean Dialogue partners;
  4. Istanbul Cooperation Initiative partners;
  5. Partners across the globe – which includes Australia, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mongolia, Colombia, New Zealand and Pakistan;
  • NATO’s policy and relationship with Russia;
  • Conventional Arms Control Policy.

The ASG reports to the Secretary General of NATO and advises the Secretary General on political affairs and security policy issues. There are 8 Assistant Secretaries General, all of whom report to the NATO Secretary General and are also accountable to the North Atlantic Council. As a member of the Secretary General’s senior management team, each Assistant Secretary General is also expected to contribute to overall policy development and delivery, including in areas beyond their direct set of responsibilities.

The ASG PASP manages the Division (presently approximately 65 staff members) and will be supported by a Deputy ASG and two subordinate Directors.

2. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

The candidate must possess:

  • a strong background in political affairs, international relations and security policy, developed through 10-15 years of experience;
  • a proven track record of successfully developing key relationships with NATO partner countries, in both bilateral and multinational settings; a proven track record of working with key international organisations;
  • a university degree (Master’s level preferred) in a relevant field;
  • experience working in a multilateral environment or an environment with a variety of stakeholders from multi-cultural backgrounds;
  • a proven track record of experience in progressively senior posts, recent experience in senior-level leadership positions and significant professional experience in managerial positions;
  • a proven track record of creating a high-level vision and directing organisations to develop and implement the necessary policies;
  • the following minimum levels of NATO’s official languages (English/French): VI (“Proficiency”) in one; I (“Beginner”) in the other.

3. ACCOUNTABILITIES

The Assistant Secretary General chairs and co-chairs high-level committees composed of NATO Nations and partners.

These committees include the Deputy Permanent Representatives Committee, the Political Committee and the Political and Partnerships Committee. Several years’ experience of facilitating high-level dialogue and consensus is essential.

 ASG PASP will also be called upon to represent the Secretary General at high-level meetings. Experience of working in a multilateral environment or an environment with a variety of stakeholders from multi-cultural backgrounds is important. A proven management track record is also critical.

ASG PASP will speak in public fora and to the Press on behalf of the Secretary General. There is a substantial representation function associated with this appointment.

In his/her role as manager of the Division, the incumbent will lead and oversee a team of International staff officials who are under the direct supervision of the Heads of Section. Specifically, the ASG will:

  • Attract Staff: Ensure recruitment panels for posts in his/her Division are fair and objective; Serve on the Establishment Committee and make selection recommendations with the best interests of the Organization in mind;
  • Develop Staff: Adhere to sound management principles with staff, and provide in depth mentoring, coaching and training opportunities; Be available for guidance at critical moments; Ensure that all Divisional staff are clear on Organizational and Divisional objectives; Provide regular and fair feedback on performance, informally as appropriate and via the performance management system;
  • Monitor and Promote Performance: Participate in a collegial review of performance at divisional level to discuss possible development and mobility opportunities for individuals, identify high potentials and help ensure common standards are applied in the process across the Organization;
  • Foster Continual Improvement: Serve on internal strategy, policy, and coordination boards, as required. Actively contribute to the improvement of the Organization; Participate in the Senior Leader Orientation Programme, the Chairman Training Programme, and other programmes related to the successful execution of his/her duties.

4.COMPETENCIES

Candidates must demonstrate the following competencies:

  • Achievement
  • Change Leadership
  • Conceptual Thinking
  • Clarity and Accuracy
  • Developing Others
  • Impact and Influence
  • Initiative
  • Leadership
  • Organizational Awareness

5. KEY CHALLENGES

Key challenges facing the successful candidate for ASG, PASP during the next 3 years will likely include:

  1. In the field of security policy, and arms control policy, leading NATO’s policy response to current security challenges;
  2. Building deep relationships with the European Union, the United Nations, and the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe;
  3. Ensuring the prioritisation of clearly defined partnership objectives in a resource constrained environment.
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Assistant Secretary General for Executive Management

LOCATION: NATO Headquarters, Brussels, Belgium

DIVISION: Executive Management (EM)

TITLE: Assistant Secretary General (ASG)

GRADE: Unclassified

COMPENSATION: shortlisted candidates will be provided with a simulation of the compensation package for this post

SECURITY CLEARANCE: CTS VACANCY N°: 190185

Closing date for applications: 14 April 2019, 23h59 CEST

1. SUMMARY

The Executive Management Division provides human resources, information technology, facilities and conference management, budgetary planning and guidance, and change management to enable NATO HQ to function effectively and efficiently in support of the North Atlantic Council, its subordinate committees and to the International Staff (IS).

The Assistant Secretary General of Executive Management (ASG/EM) will report to the Secretary General of NATO and advises him/her on internal and broader NATO-wide management issues. He/she will have broad delegated authority from the Secretary General on a number of topics related to his/her areas of responsibility. He/she will manage NATO’s largest Division (approximately 390 staff members) and will be supported by Deputies and Office Directors in the fields of Human Resources, Headquarters Support, Financial Resources and Information Technology.

There are 8 Assistant Secretaries General, all of whom report to the NATO Secretary General and are also accountable to the North Atlantic Council. As a member of the Secretary General’s senior management team, each Assistant Secretary General is also expected to contribute to overall policy development and delivery, including in areas beyond their direct set of responsibilities.

2. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

The candidate must:

  • have a strong background in human and financial resources, preferably with both private and public sector experience, developed through 10-15 years of experience;
  • have a university degree (Master’s level preferred) in a relevant field;
  • have experience working in a multilateral environment or an environment with a variety of stakeholders from multi-cultural backgrounds;
  • have a proven track record of experience in progressively senior posts, recent experience in senior-level leadership positions and significant professional experience in managerial positions;
  • have experience facilitating high-level dialogue and consensus;
  • have experience championing organisation-wide change and revitalisation projects in IT, finance, HR, and/or facilities
  • the following minimum levels of NATO’s official languages (English/French): VI (“Proficiency”) in one; I (“Beginner”) in the other.

3. ACCOUNTABILITIES

The ASG/EM is responsible for effectively and efficiently managing the human, financial, information and structural resources of the Organization. He/she will be required to lead the identification and implementation of efficiencies and management reform initiatives on an on-going basis.

When required, the ASG/EM will speak in public fora and to the Press on behalf of the Secretary General. There is a representation function associated with this appointment within NATO HQ, NATO-wide, with nations and with the public. He/she has primary responsibility for relations with staff in the IS and NATO-wide, as well as for addressing staff- related issues with stakeholder nations.

In his/her role as manager of the Division, the incumbent will lead and oversee a team of international staff who are under the direct supervision of the Heads of Section. Specifically, he/she will:

  • Attract Staff: Ensure recruitment panels for posts in his/her Division are fair and objective; Serve on the Establishment Committee and make selection recommendations with the best interests of the Organization in mind;
  • Develop Staff: Adhere to sound management principles with staff, and provide in- depth mentoring, coaching and training opportunities; Be available for guidance at critical moments; Ensure that all Divisional staff are clear on Organizational and Divisional objectives; Provide regular and fair feedback on performance, informally as appropriate and via the performance management system;
  • Monitor and Promote Performance: Participate in a collegial review of performance at divisional level to discuss possible development and mobility opportunities for individuals, identify high potentials and help ensure common standards are applied in the process across the Organization;
  • Foster Continual Improvement: Serve on internal strategy, policy, and coordination boards, as required. Actively contribute to the improvement of the Organization; Participate in the Senior Leader Orientation Programme, the Chairman Training Programme, and other programmes related to the successful execution of his/her duties.

4. COMPETENCIES

Candidates must demonstrate the following competencies:

  • Achievement
  • Change Leadership
  • Conceptual Thinking
  • Clarity and Accuracy
  • Developing Others
  • Impact and Influence
  • Initiative
  • Leadership
  • Organizational Awareness

5. KEY CHALLENGES

Key challenges facing the successful candidate for ASG/EM during the next 3 years will likely include:

  1. Implementing an ambitious programme of change mandated under the NATO Headquarters Functional Review;
  2. Leading the International Staff in improving working methods, making best use of the new NATO Headquarters, and improving Alliance-wide coherence in management;
  3. Ensuring NATO hast he necessary human capital and HR policies to meet all Alliance priorities.
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Assistant Secretary General for Defence Investment

 

LOCATION: NATO Headquarters, Brussels, Belgium

DIVISION: Defence Investment (DI)

TITLE: Assistant Secretary General (ASG)

GRADE: Unclassified

COMPENSATION: shortlisted candidates will be provided with a simulation of the compensation package for this post.

SECURITY CLEARANCE: CTS

VACANCY N°: 190184

Closing date for applications: 14 April 2019, 23h59 CEST

1. SUMMARY

The Assistant Secretary General for Defence Investment (ASG/DI) leads the Defence Investment Division of the NATO International Staff. It is at the forefront of the development and delivery of capabilities covering the full range of military missions. The Division provides policy, technical and procedural expertise relating to armaments, air defence, missile defence, airspace management, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) and Command, Control, and Communication. Particular focus is put on the development of common funded capabilities.

The Division has the overall responsibility within the NATO International Staff for the development of the NATO Ballistic Missile Defence capability, related work in support of NATO-Russia cooperation as well as possible activities with third States.

It exercises similar responsibilities in the Joint ISR field by exercising coordination and oversight of contributions by all involved NATO entities.

The Division is the NATO HQ focal point for NATO Agencies and provides advice and policy guidance to the agencies through the Office of the Secretary General’s Liaison Officer to the NATO Agencies. It also covers, for the International Staff, policy aspects of armaments cooperation and the relationship with both Industry and the Science and Technology communities. It plays an important role in promoting multinational cooperation through concrete projects, as well as in developing cooperation with Partner nations in the different NATO agreed frameworks.

The ASG/DI manages the Division (composed of approximately 95 staff members), and is supported in this task by one Deputy ASG who also leads the Division’s Strategy Directorate and also functions as the Secretary General’s Liaison Officer to the NATO Agencies, one Director who is in charge of the Armaments and Aerospace Capability Directorate, and a Director who leads the new NATO Headquarters Project Office. ASG/DI also jointly leads, with the Director General of the International Military Staff, the NATO Headquarters Consultation Command and Control Staff, composed of approximately 80 civil and military staff.

There are 8 Assistant Secretaries General, all of whom report to the NATO Secretary General and are also accountable to the North Atlantic Council. As a member of the Secretary General’s senior management team, each Assistant Secretary General is also expected to contribute to overall policy development and delivery, including in areas beyond their direct set of responsibilities.

2. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

The candidate must possess:

  • a solid background in defence matters, specifically in the field of armaments and defence systems developed through a minimum of 10-15 years of experience; direct change management experience; and a proven track record in successfully implementing complex programmes;
  • a university degree (Master’s level preferred) in a relevant field;
  • experience working in a multilateral environment or an environment with a variety of stakeholders from multi-cultural backgrounds including the military, the industry and the science and technology communities;
  • a proven track record of experience in progressively senior posts, recent experience in senior-level leadership positions and significant professional experience in managerial positions;
  • a proven track record of creating a high-level vision and directing organisations to develop and implement the necessary policies;
  • the following minimum levels of NATO’s official languages (English/French): VI (“Proficiency”) in one; I (“Beginner”) in the other.

3. ACCOUNTABILITIES

The ASG/DI deals directly with NATO members and partners as well as other international organisations on issues relating to delivery of military capabilities. He/she, chairs and co- chairs high-level committees composed of NATO Nations and partners:

  • The ASG is the Chairman of NATO’s Conference of National Armaments Directors (CNAD), which oversees systems and equipment programmes such as Missile defence and Joint ISR, as well as promotes multinational cooperation;
  • The ASG is the Chairman of the NATO Consultation, Command, and Control Board (C3B), which defines NATO Policy in the field of Communication and Information Systems and technically supports NATO Cyber Defence activities;
  • The ASG is the Chairman of the Deputy Permanent Representatives Committee when it considers the new NATO HQ, as well as when it considers institutional adaptation issues;
  • The ASG is the co-chairman, with the Deputy Chairman of the Military Committee, of the NATO Standardization Committee, which oversees production of norms and standards in interoperability;
  • The ASG chairs the Defence Policy and Planning Committee when it addresses Agency Reform and political-military aspects of Missile Defence.

ASG/DI will speak in public fora and to the Press on behalf of the Secretary General. There is a substantial representation function associated with this appointment.

In his/her role as manager of the Division, the incumbent will lead and oversee a team of International Staff officials which are under the direct supervision of the Heads of Section. Specifically, the ASG will:

  • Attract Staff: Ensure recruitment panels for posts in his/her Division are fair and objective; Serve on the Establishment Committee and make selection recommendations with the best interests of the Organization in mind;
  • Develop Staff: Adhere to sound management principles with staff, and provide in depth mentoring, coaching and training opportunities; Be available for guidance at critical moments; Ensure that all Divisional staff are clear on Organizational and Divisional objectives; Provide regular and fair feedback on performance, informally as appropriate and via the performance management system;
  • Monitor and Promote Performance: Participate in a collegial review of performance at divisional level to discuss possible development and mobility opportunities for individuals, identify high potentials and help ensure common standards are applied in the process across the Organization;
  • Foster Continual Improvement: Serve on internal strategy, policy, and coordination boards, as required. Actively contribute to the improvement of the Organization; Participate in the Senior Leader Orientation Programme, the Chairman Training Programme, and other programmes related to the successful execution of his/her duties.

4. COMPETENCIES

Candidates must demonstrate the following competencies:

  • Achievement
  •  Change Leadership
  • Conceptual Thinking
  • Clarity and Accuracy
  • Developing Others
  • Impact and Influence
  • Initiative
  • Leadership
  • Organizational Awareness

5. KEY CHALLENGES

Key challenges facing the successful candidate for ASG/DI during the next 3 years will likely include among others:

  1. Ensuring delivery and interoperability of current and future defence capabilities with a specific focus on Missile Defence and the broad Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance domain;
  2. AdvancingtheAlliance’stransformationbypromotingandimplementingcapabilities initiatives;
  3. Ensure NATO effectively promotes multinational cooperation in the defence industry;
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