Junior Security Analyst At World Food Programme (wfp)
Junior Security Analyst At World Food Programme (wfp) 1 PositionEmploi Recruitment
To analyze and contextualize security information that identifies potential impact on WFPpersonnel, assets and operations, contributing to WFP’s security ability to acquire, process and effectively communicate security threat information supporting decision-making and ensuring operational success.
To perform a range of specialised and process-oriented responsibilities related to security operations including monitoring and maintaining security equipment in line with established procedures.
STANDARD MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education:Advanced university degree preferably in Political or Social sciences, Security Management, International Relations , Business Analysis or related Fields
Experience: A minimum of 3 years of professional experience in political or security analysis with an academic, military, police, intelligence, humanitarian, peacekeeping, diplomatic or corporate security, management organization is required.
Language: Fluency in both oral and written communication in the UN language in use at the duty station and in the duty station’s language, if different.
Knowledge And Skills
Knowledge and understanding of methodologies for information, collection, collation and analysis.
Excellent analytical and English drafting skills.
Proven ability to conduct research projects and perform studies of security and political matters.
Uses understanding of operations within an emergency context and knowledge of the risks within the geographical setting in which they operate to apply analytical skill to various sources of data to enable the identification of threats to WFP’s operations.
Ability to identify priority activities and assignments, effectively manage workload.
Ability to work under strict deadlines.
Proven ability to produce analytical reports on security and political issues, preferably in the international perspective.
Proven ability to communicate complex concept orally and in writing.
Ability to appreciate sources, resources and information in terms of relevance and credibility.
Knowledge of the UN context, preferably in the field of security management, peacekeeping or humanitarian operations, is an asset.
Has applied knowledge of security operations technical processes which must be adhered to in day to day work
Has supported security operations efforts as directed
Has supported in providing ad-hoc technical guidance to staff members
KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES 1/2 (not all-inclusive)
Under the direct supervision of the Regional Security Analyst, the incumbent will be responsible for the following duties:
Conducts research on identified topics related to the security situation in countries of WFP operations in Central and Eastern Africa.
Collects, collates, validates and analyzes information from a variety of sources and prepares background notes, updates and reports on prioritized security-related issues.
Prepares and updates Country Security Profiles (CSPs) of countries in the region based on information from open and internal sources and ensures the posture of updated CSP versions on the RBN Teamwork space.
Assists the Regional Security Analyst in preparation of security-related inputs to the daily morning update, Daily Executive Director Operational Brief (DEDOB), Weekly Emergency Overview (WEO) and RBN RSO Monthly Security
Overview, with a focus on developments that affect or may affect the safety and security of WFP staff/assets/operations.
Prepare weekly Analytical digest reports on security related issues in the region and share with the Senior management team.
Provides inputs for topical analysis and other analytical reports/updates pertaining to the security situation in the region, as well as conflicts/crises that have cross-cutting implications in the Great Lakes Region.
Prepares ad hoc security updates, analytical reviews and background notes as required and conduct briefings on security developments, threats and risks in specific areas of relevance to WFP operations.
KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES 2/2
Monitors Security Incident Reports (SIRs) entered in to SIMSAS on incidents involving WFP staff/assets/operations, as well as contractor and partner staff engaged in support of WFP operations in the region; ensures necessary follow-up and integrity of SIR data; prepares SIR analysis.
Identifies appropriate sources/resources to obtain security-related informationpertaining to countries of the region; prepares a list of such sources/resources and makes suggestions on its update and development.
Assists the Regional Security Analyst in dissemination of security-related information to FSOs/Security Teams, CSFPs, LSAs and other users.
Monitors upcoming events in the short-term, medium-term and long-term perspectives, highlighting events which may have impact on the security situation in countries of the region.
Maintains liaison with the RBN Emergency Preparedness and Response (EPR) Unit and other pillars of RBN in monitoring and analyzing the security situation in the region, ensuring collaborative approach in preparation of regional reports and analytical papers. Special focus is made on early warning indicators and early action benchmarks.
Produce and regularly update the Regional Risk Outlook.
Prepare country-specific Conflict Risk Outlooks.
Prepare Monthly Conflict Risk Watch List for the region.
Provide proposals on conflict risks for the Corporate Alert System (CAS).
Performs other duties as required.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Type of Contract: Service Contract
Duty Station: Regional Bureau for Eastern Africa, Nairobi
Contract Duration: 12 Months
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS
May 3, 2021
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted