Result of Service
Under the supervision of the Associate Cybercrime Programme Officer, the consultant will provide a series of activities including the delivery of training and regional exercises for government officials including law enforcement, prosecution, financial intelligence units (FIU), anti-money laundering and central banks, as well as the organization and delivery of workshops and conferences according to the project framework.
The purpose of this assignment is to develop and deliver training modules for government officials, law enforcement and prosecution related to cryptocurrencies and darknet investigation. The incumbent will also be required to contribute to the delivery of workshops and conferences as required according to the project framework. The incumbent shall finalize the training reports based on agreed timeline and perform any other duties as assigned by the Programme officer.
Under supervision of the UNODC Associate Cybercrime Programme Officer based in Bangkok and working in close consultation with UNODC staff, in particular cybercrime, law enforcement and prosecutorial experts, the incumbent will coordinate selected activities according to the above-mentioned background of assignment. For each of the deliverable, the incumbent will be responsible for the design of lesson plan, concept note, agenda, invitation letter, pre- and post- test questionnaire at least 1 month before the delivery of the activity. The incumbent shall be responsible for the design of a project management plan, agreed by the Programme Officer. All the training materials, course design notes should be handed over to UNODC along with mission reports.
Timely organization and delivery of planned activities, in accordance with deliverables, indicators and timeline. The consultant is expected to produce following outputs and deliverables.
Deliverable/ Output/ Working days/ To be accomplished by (date):
A. Design online and on-site basic practical training course on cryptocurrency and darknet investigation including lesson plan, concept note, agenda, invitation letter, practical training exercises, presentation slides, pre- and post-test for National Training Course 1, 2, 3 & 4 (10 days/1 July 2022)
B Deliver National Training Course 1 and prepare activity report in line with Deliverable A (on-site version) (5 days/31 August 2022)
C Deliver National Training Course 2 and prepare activity report in line with Deliverable A (on-site version) (5 days/31 September 2022)
D Deliver National Training Course 3 and prepare activity report in line with Deliverable A (on-site version) (5 days/31 October 2022)
E Deliver National Training Course 4 and prepare activity report in line with Deliverable A (on-site version) (5 days/31 December 2022)
Home based with travel as necessary
June – December 2022 (30 working days)
Duties and Responsibilities
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Global Programme on Cybercrime (GLOX76) supports countries in strengthening capacities to prevent and combat cybercrime and has a particular focus on capacities in the areas of cybercrime and abuse prevention, cybercrime investigations and electronic evidence, and international cooperation in criminal matters involving electronic evidence.
Academic Qualifications: An advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in business administration, international relations, social science, law, political science, international relations or criminology, criminal intelligence, intelligence, information technology, cybersecurity or similar subject is required. A first level university degree in similar fields in combination with two
additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.
• A minimum of 7 years of professional work experience in law enforcement, intelligence, prosecution and/ or adjudication with demonstrable expertise in countering cybercrime (cyber-dependent, cyber- enabled), cryptocurrency, digital evidence is required.
• Experience of designing, organizing, planning, and implementing complex training sessions is required.
• Practical broad professional experience in countering cybercrime, intelligence, investigative work with a national law enforcement or intelligence agency or prosecution authority, particularly in the areas of cybercrime, cryptocurrencies investigations, delivery of training is desirable.
• Experience gained from work for the United Nations and/or other international law enforcement organizations is desirable.
• Professional working experience in the implementation of counter-cyber technical assistance activities is desirable.
Language: English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this position, fluency in English, with excellent drafting and communication skills, is required. Knowledge of another United Nations official language, is an advantage.
THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE AT ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS (APPLICATION, INTERVIEW MEETING, PROCESSING, OR TRAINING). THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CONCERN ITSELF WITH INFORMATION ON APPLICANTS’ BANK ACCOUNTS.