Consultancies and Opportunities

Employment opportunities and consultancies at UNODC generally work on a project-by-project basis. As and when positions arise, UNODC Southern Africa will post these below and invite suitable applicants to apply. All vacancies are also advertised in the national and local newspapers of the applicable country/ies.

Unfortunately due to the nature of each project being highly different, as well as sporadic implementation dates, UNODC Southern Africa cannot accept unsolicited CV's.

General UN opportunities can be viewed through the global portal by going to https://jobs.un.org/.

 

National Project Officer (HIV prevention)

Under the overall supervision of UNODC Representative and the technical guidance of UNODC Regional HIV Adviser, the Project Officer will be responsible for implementation of UNODC technical assistance projects in the UNODC HIV/AIDS key policy areas, namely HIV/AIDS prevention and care related to (a) drug use, particularly injecting drug use and (b) prison settings. S/he will also facilitate collaboration and coordination with UNAIDS, its co-sponsors and other key players and assist the UNODC Office in Mozambique in strengthening national capacities to develop and implement strategies that deal effectively with HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Closing Date for Application: 31 October 2019

 

National Project Officer (HIV prevention)

Under the overall supervision of UNODC Regional Representative and the technical guidance of UNODC Regional HIV Adviser, the Programme Officer will be responsible for implementation of UNODC technical assistance projects in the UNODC HIV/AIDS key policy areas, namely HIV/AIDS prevention and care related to (a) drug use, particularly injecting drug use and (b) prison settings. S/he will also facilitate collaboration and coordination with UNAIDS, its co-sponsors and other key players and assist the UNODC Office in Zambia in strengthening national capacities to develop and implement strategies that deal effectively with HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Closing Date for Application: 25 October 2019

 

Individual Consultant

UNODC seeks to enhance collaborative methods and improve capacity to combat human trafficking in Southern Africa by establishing a harmonized TIP data collection and reporting system. UNODC has rolled out the SADC Regional TIP Data Collection System in 13 out of 16 SADC Member States, and through the current project, intends to reach the remaining countries. This will include setting up national data hubs, linked to the UNODC-SADC regional data hub, as well as conducting trainings for users of the system - the trainings include entrenching a conceptual understanding of the elements constituting the crime of trafficking in person in addition to training on use of the data collection tool. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Deadline for submission is 24 September 2019.

 

Local institutional Consultant

Develop referral and linkages to HIV care tools and a training module for Community Corrections unit of the National Department of Correctional Service (DCS) on HIV and continuum of care.   This assignment also seeks to train Community Corrections staff, Auxiliary social workers, and community health care professionals on the developed tools (referral & linkages tools), basics of HIV, AIDS and drug use and importance of treatment continuation, treatment as prevention, known barriers to treatment continuation. P11 form. Terms of Reference

 

Deadline for submission is 10 October 2019.

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The individual consultant is expected to produce an analytical report assessing the level of opiate trade in the region, with a specific focus on heroin consumption, trafficking routes and flows (including volume) and precursor trafficking. The report will also include information on the nature and the extent of the involvement of organized crime in the opiate trade and links to illicit trade in other forms of narcotic drugs