The successful candidates can be placed in either of the below mentioned positions;
Islamabad, Lahore, Peshawar, Karachi, Quetta,based on organizational needs;
Assessment of local security conditions, including modalities for reporting information and liaison with local authorities.
Prepare, operational and implementing UNICEF provincial security plan in accordance with the guidelines contained in the UN Field Security Handbook.
Responsible for aspects related to emergency (security related) UN communication network (HF and VHF).
Responsibilities and duties related to office security. Shall undertake tasks aimed at maximizing the security of UN premises at the duty station.
To keep Management updated about any arising situation which has bearing on staff safety & security, UNICEF assets and to seek timely support & guidance for appropriate measures. In addition keep all staff apprised of security updates as the situation demands through established security notifications systems.
Provide assistance in the conduct and follow up of investigation and reports on the security related incidents affecting UN staff and UN offices and maintain an accurate and detailed record of all security incidents occurring in the office, including reporting on all security incidents immediately to CFO/UNICEF Security officer & DSS.
Maintain close contact and liaise with all potential actors including host government agencies, UN offices, International None Governmental Organization, None Governmental Organizations among others to obtain the latest information regarding the security situation in the country and advise the Management on latest trends and threats to staff safety and security. This may include the maintenance of a good communication network among all actors.
Assist in the maintenance and monitoring of MOSS (Minimum Operational Security Standards and Minimum Operational Residential Security Standards (MORSS) compliance on staff accommodation, offices, equipment and other areas.
Provide support in organizing and conducting orientation/ briefing sessions on security issues/awareness and preparedness that include newly assigned staff members. Security orientation briefing is also given to new staff members/ visitors upon arrival at the duty station.
Perform other duties as may be assigned by the CFO/ UNICEF Security Advisors.
Fluency in written and spoken English and Urdu.
Knowledge of the local working language of the duty station is an asset for developing effective local communication materials.
Excellent knowledge in security operations and management with a solid background either of police, military or other type of security oriented specialization.
Specialization in a given area of security management is also an asset (i.e., threat and risk analysis; common crime prevention and response; anti- terrorism; bomb and mine-related expertise; information gathering; electronics security; security communications; etc.).
The Field Security Officer should have well developed analytical skills and a good
knowledge of the conditions prevailing in the province/ country of assignment. This will allow
him/her to appraise and evaluate in depth the security-related implications of economic,
social, political, cultural and historical variables in the province/country of assignment.