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Legal Officer, P4 The candidate reports directly to the Chief of Section. Serve as a lead officer in analysing the status of implementation by Member States of UN Security Council resolutions 1373 (2001), 1624 (2005), 2178 (2014), 2322 (2016) and 2354 (2017) concerning the global fight against terrorism, independently handle a wide range of multi-discipline and complex legal matters involving issues of international, public, private , criminal and counter-terrorism law, to include interpretation and application of international legal instruments in that area of counter-terrorism. Prepare and draft reports on States evaluated and propose recommendations and solutions to the difficulties observed in complying with relevant Security Council resolution(s). Identify the legal and practical/operational implementation issues where evaluated States require technical assistance and ensure that technical assistance providers/donors provide follow-up assistance. Prepare analysis of country/regional specific new trends and challenges and recommend corresponding actions to the CTC to address those issues. Prepare talking points and speeches for CTED senior management and other UN officials on counter-terrorism issues. - Participate in CTC visits to Member States to report on their compliance with relevant resolutions and make recommendations on subsequent follow-up actions to be taken. Clarify and disseminate international standards, codes and good practices to be applied by Member States. Liaise with Member States, international and regional organizations on any technical and other assistance programmes available that could facilitate implementation of relevant resolutions. Assist in designing initiatives and activities to bring together senior practitioners on implementing various aspects of resolutions 1373 (2001), 1624 (2005), 2178 (2014), 2322 (2016) and 2354 (2017). Prepare regional and thematic presentations to the CTC and/or for the general membership. Represent CTED, as requested, at international or regional conferences or meetings to which the Executive Director has been invited and represent CTED in coordinating meetings with UN entities dealing with counter-terrorism. Provide legal advice on diverse substantive and procedural questions of considerable complexity, particularly as it relates to counter-terrorism, including criminal investigation, prosecution and adjudication of counter-terrorism cases, provide draft recommendations for the Committee's consideration that focus on more effective and detailed implementation of relevant Security Council resolutions and international legal instruments on counter terrorism; etc. Perform extensive legal research and analysis and prepares legal opinions, studies, briefs, reports and correspondence; provides legal advice. Service Counter-Terrorism committee, its special meetings, task forces, expert groups and other bodies as required, including preparation of background materials, summaries of issues and views of delegations, meeting reports, etc. Review, advise on and drafts complex agreements, institutional and operational modalities and other legal documents; develops new legal modalities to meet unique needs/circumstances. Serve on various ad hoc working groups and task forces, as required; coordinate and participate in Counter-Terrorism Committee (CTC) visits to Member States to assess and report on their compliance with relevant resolutions on counter-terrorism, promotes the work of the United Nations and represents the organization at meetings, conferences, seminars, etc. Coordinate and direct teams of other legal officers dealing with different aspects of CTED mandate as required, and/or mentors and supervises the work of junior officers on specific projects. Perform other duties as assigned.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have advanced university degree (Masterâ€™s degree or equivalent) in law, security, political science or related field. A first-level degree (Bachelorâ€™s or equivalent) in the specified fields with two additional years of relevant work experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree is needed. Should have knowledge of international counter-terrorism instruments, including criminal and counter-terrorism law. Must have ability to apply expertise to analyzing a diverse range of complex and unusual legal and political issues and problems and in developing innovative and creative solutions in dealing with complex counter-terrorism problems. Should have strong analytical skills and ability to conduct comprehensive legal and political research on a range of issues, including those of a unique and/or complex nature; proficiency in writing and expression and ability to prepare briefs, opinions, and a variety of documents. Must have strong negotiating skills and ability to influence others to reach agreement. Should have ability to work to tight deadlines and handle multiple concurrent projects/cases. Knowledge of contemporary international relations and of UN system, organization and interrelationships is required.
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