National Consultant to Draft Job description for Baalbek municipal police.
Since 2016, the Ministry of Interior and Municipalities (MoIM) established a committee to reconfigure and redesign the role and institutional framework within which municipal police in Lebanon operate, with UNDP support. The Committee includes representatives of the MoIM, Internal Security Forces (ISF) Academy, UNDP and UNHCR, and is chaired by the Head of the ISF Academy.Those efforts led to the design and development of a set of institutional measures of legal, policy and operational nature: (a) The Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) that were communicated to all municipalities in Lebanon by the Ministry of Interior and Municipalities in February 2018, b) the unified Code of Conduct, c) the training curriculum on community-policing approach (provided by the ISF Academy), d) a harmonized uniform (approved by the Ministry of Interior) ; and (e) a policy to increase the recruitment of female Personnel.UNDP deployed an International consultant to assess the work of the municipal police and produce a capacity development plan in the 9 pilot municipalities which includes Baalbek. The main objective is to coach and mentor the municipal police of Baalbek Municipality to efficiently work within the new framework of the Municipal Police. The absence of Job description for municipal police personnel was a common finding between municipalities in Lebanon and in particularly municipalities that undertake the coaching.As part of the process of strengthening the municipal police in Lebanon, a series of documents has been prepared to define the municipal police regulatory framework (standard operating procedures and code of conduct). Trainings to develop social skills, such as conflict resolution and mediation techniques, have been developed. However, to strengthen the institutionalization and professionalization of the municipal police, regulations for each city, in particular for Baalbek, should be developed.Specifically, in Baalbek, it will be necessary to redefine the tasks, roles and powers of the municipal authorities and the police, create new structures adding new functions to the municipal police, deploy instruments to integrate the guards into the municipal police, improve the recruitment and working conditions and build the capacities to provide a 24-hour service.While the SoP (articles 4 and 5) specify the general rights and duties of municipal police in Lebanon, municipalities do not have specific job descriptions to clarify roles, responsibilities and necessary qualifications of municipal police personnel. The Job descriptions will be made available to any interested municipality.
Duties and Responsibilities
The tasks of the consultant will include, but not be limited to the following:• Background Information: read and reviewo Existing background information on the pilot municipality, notably: coaching report, reports on the community dialogue platform.o Information on elements describing the mission, role and tasks of the municipal police: SOPs (including annexes); Code of Conduct; curriculum training; workshop report on head of municipal police training; etc.o Regulations and documents of the municipality of Baalbak in relation to human resources management.o Information and regulations related to job descriptions in municipalities.• Conduct meetings with national institutions, the Ministry of Interior and Municipalities, ISF Academy and UNDP.• Development of methodology:Develop Methodology to guide the discussion around and master different methods of decision taking. Developed a selection of useful questions regarding the topic to be able to animate the discussion.• Briefings and Meetings at Municipal Level: Have briefings and meetings with the pilot municipality: Mayor, members of the council, Head of municipal police, Municipal agents, municipality lawyer, head of the municipal administration, and human resources department to identify the tasks and qualifications required.• Development of Tools: Preparation of the inputs needed – a general presentation focused on the need of drafting job description (topic, goals, objectives, expected results, timeframe, etc.). The tools will be produced through a participatory approach, as described in the methodology (cf. above).• Job Description: Produce 3 job descriptions for Municipal police as follows:o Head of Municipal policeo Deputy-Head of Municipal policeo Municipal police agent• Final Report: Produce a final report on results achieved, action points and challenges faced and include recommendations, as well as all documents produced during the consultancy.All deliverables need to be validated by UNDP. The deliverables need to be produced in English and Arabic (cf. detail below). The consultancy will require a total of 13 working days.For additional information, please refer to ANNEX I – Terms of Reference
- Excellent command of written Arabic and English.
- Demonstrates integrity by modeling the UN’s values and ethical standards;
- Advocates and promotes the vision, mission, and strategic goals of UN;
- Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability;
- Treats all people fairly without favoritism;
- Knowledge of the UN preferable.
Required Skills and Experience
- A Master’s degree in Human Resources Management, Labor Law, Business Administration, Psychology or related fields;
Years of experience:
- 7 years of work experience in Human Resources Management and/or Development (including a minimum of 3 years in a managerial position);
- Strong analytical skills, including legal analysis,
- Experience in working with municipalities.
How to apply:
The consultancy is open for all national consultants who meet the selection criteria and propose a competitive fee. Interested consultants are requested to apply only through this UNDP jobs portal. Submissions through any other media will not be considered.
The application must include all of the following documents:
- 1. P11,
- 2. Annex 3 (Offerors Letter) and
- 3. Methodology
- 4. Financial proposal
All files shall be submitted in one single document and uploaded as word or PDF file to the UNDP job site.It has been observed that bidders don’t submit all requested documents and thus reducing their chance to be selected for a contract with UNDP. before you submit your offer please revise that the application is complete and comprises all?documents.Incomplete applications will not be considered.