International Criminal Court (ICC)
22219 | Office Of The Prosecutor
Deadline for Applications:
20/07/2022 (midnight The Hague time)
Unified Team (Ukraine), Office of the Prosecutor
Various Duty Stations
Type of Appointment:
Short Term Appointment
Minimum Net Annual Salary:
Depending on Duty Station
Special Notice: A Short-Term Appointment is used to recruit staff to meet short-term needs. The duration of this assignment is provided above. The maximum duration of a short-term appointment including extensions shall not exceed 12 months.
A Short-Term Appointment does not carry any expectancy, legal or otherwise, of renewal and shall not be converted to any other type of appointment.
Due to the short-term nature of the assignment, the ICC reserves the right to make an appointment at one grade lower than that stated in the vacancy with a modified job description.
A current ICC staff member who is holding a fixed-term appointment may apply for any short-term position. Where a current ICC staff member is selected to a short-term position, he or she will be temporarily assigned to the position in line with section 4.10 of ICC/AI/2016/001. GS-level posts are subject to local recruitment only.
The terms and conditions of service for staff members appointed under a short-term appointment are governed by ICC/AI/2016/001.
Under the supervision of the Prosecutor and the Deputy Prosecutors, the Unified Teams (UTs) are responsible for conducting investigations and prosecutions. Each team is dedicated to a particular situation or case, and led by the Head of the Unified Team (HUT).
The Unified Teams comprise investigators, analysts, lawyers, an international cooperation adviser, and various support functions. The analytical component of the teams include different levels of analysts and analysis assistants, of different nationalities and professional backgrounds (criminal or human rights investigations, military and police mainly). They work with all kinds of information and evidence, including internal documentation of different groups involved in alleged crimes (military, political or others), telecommunications data, electronic data, online content and meta-data, intercepted audio records, witness statements (victims, insiders, experts etc.), videos and satellite imagery.
Analysts support strategically the decision-making by the HUT and management. They also support operationally investigators identifying relevant leads and advising for their operations and witness interviews.
The OTP is committed to diversity and gender equality, it applies gender analysis to its work, and expects staff to behave with respect and appreciation for multiple personal and professional profiles.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Analysis of command systems – To analyse large amounts of information and evidence in order to identify the relevant systems of command, control and communications of the military formations under investigation, whether regular or irregular, including identification of key members, units and commanders, weaponry, vehicles, logistics, positions and movements, communications, internal regulations and appointments, and disciplinary systems; the Senior Military Analyst is expected to operate as a senior expert, with advanced knowledge and experience on the relevant analytical requirements.
- Evidence collection – To assist in the collection of relevant evidence, through the identification and exploitation of archives, communication records, weapons, ammunition, interviews of insiders and experts, and open sources; including through cooperation with national and international partners, field missions in areas of armed conflict, and through online investigations; the Senior Military Analyst is expected to play a leading role in identifying collection requirements, establishing key contacts and managing major collection projects of relevant records and data;
- Dissemination – To convey the relevant analysis through accurate analytical products sourced against specific items of evidence, including reports, relational charts, databases, and maps;
- Training – To brief and train team members on military systems, for purposes of evidence collection, analysis and litigation;
- Testimony – When required, to testify in court and convey before the Judges of the ICC the relevant analysis, on the basis of specific items of evidence and analytical products; to address examination by the Prosecution and cross-examination by the Defence with high standards of integrity and accuracy; the Senior Military Analyst would be expected to address the Judges with the authority of an expert, with high professional credentials and most professional interaction, and able to explain in detail the perspective of commanding officers;
- Supervision – When required, to supervise staff assisting with analysis, collection, data input, searches and collations;
- Others – To assist the OTP with any other analytical needs related to the investigation of military systems;
- Advanced university degree preferably in Law, Social Sciences, Political Science or other relevant fields; A first-level university degree in combination with 2 additional years of qualifying experience is accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree;
- Professional military training, including preferably in intelligence analysis;
Experience: A minimum of 7 years (9 years with a first level university degree) of professional experience with military institutions, including preferably with military intelligence and combat operations in an international context.
Knowledge, skills, and abilities:
- Strong reasoning skill, including ability to understand complex scenarios of crime, handle simultaneously conflicting information and hypotheses, to identify source biases, and to develop sound logical inferences;
- Advanced computer skill, including databases and analytical software;
- Ability to work effectively and constructively in highly diverse teams, including multiple personal and professional profiles;
- Staff and project planning and management skills;
- Understanding of the ICC legal framework, and ability to interact effectively with legal officers;
- Ability to work under stress conditions, evolving requirements, and strict deadlines;
- Empathy and understanding for the victims, their experiences and rights;
- Appreciation for diversity, ability to identify strengths across personal profiles and cultures;
- Professional integrity and ability to keep strict standards of confidentiality and security;
Knowledge of Languages: Proficiency in one of the working languages of the Court (English or French) is required and knowledge of the other is an asset. Knowledge of another official language of the Court (Arabic, Chinese, Russian and Spanish), and other languages relevant to the investigation (particularly Ukrainian and Russian), is considered an asset.
ICC Leadership Competencies Purpose Collaboration People Results
ICC Core Competencies Dedication to the mission and values Professionalism Teamwork Learning and developing Handling uncertain situations Interaction Realising objectives Learn more about ICC leadership and core competencies. General Information – In accordance with the Rome Statute, the ICC is committed to achieving geographical representation and gender equality within its staff as well as representation of the principal legal systems of the world (legal positions). Nationals from t he list of non-represented and under-represented States are strongly encouraged to apply. In addition, applications from women are strongly encouraged for senior positions at the Professional (P) and Director (D) levels. Posts shall be filled preferably by a national of a State Party to the ICC Statute, or of a State which has signed and is engaged in the ratification process or which is engaged in the accession process, but nationals from non-state parties may also be considered, as appropriate.
– The selected candidate will be subject to a Personnel Security Clearance (PSC) process in accordance with the ICC policy. The PSC process will include but is not limited to, verification of the information provided in the personal history form and a criminal record check. All candidates should be in a positon to submit electronic copy of their passport and all diplomas listed on their profile when requested; – Applicants may check the status of vacancies on ICC E-Recruitment web-site; – Personnel recruited at the General Service level are not entitled to all of the benefits granted to internationally-recruited staff; – The ICC reserves the right to not make any appointment to the vacancy, to make an appointment at a lower grade, or to make an appointment with a modified job description.