Training Management Officer
Mission and objectives
MONUSCO/MONUC was established in 1999 under the auspices of the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO). SCR 2277 (2016) requests MONUSCO to support efforts of the Government of DRC towards the protection of civilians, through a comprehensive approach involving all components of MONUSCO, including through reduction of the threat posed by Congolese and foreign armed groups and of violence against civilians, including sexual and gender-based violence and violence against children to a level that can be effectively managed by the Congolese justice and security institutions; and to support Stabilization through the establishment of functional, professional, and accountable state institutions, including security and judicial institutions. The project aims at a better understanding of the most serious violations of human rights law and international humanitarian law in DRC and supports the leadership of the Mission through informed policy and decision making on future vetting of security forces through risk assessment and mitigation, joint planning for MONUSCO operations, as well as advocacy efforts.
Assignment is non-family (GOMA)
Under the direct supervision of Chief of Integrated Mission Training Centre (CIMTC) the UN volunteer will undertake the following tasks: As Training Manager, • Develop best practices standards for business processes, templates, and documentation to enhance management of and support to training activities • Definition, analysis, design, development and delivery of various training programs including technology-related programs for staff members, management and leadership. • Coordinate training activities such as events, seminars and workshops with partners and stakeholders aimed at enhancing their competencies and technical skills in - classroom, online and virtually. Training events also include, technical and substantive modules, induction briefings, safety and security briefs, leadership, management, communication skills, and planning. • Design and manage an electronic training database that include training manuals, web sites and mission-wide training system while maintaining accurate statistics • Manage e-learning programs, prepare monthly training calendar and coordinate with respective Training Budget Officers in addressing internal training requests • Coordinate the implementation of external training and follow up with participants on all post-external training requirements such as Post Training Report and Knowledge-Sharing activities • Coordinate with the police and military training units to ensure that their training activities and statistical reports are captured in the IMTC monthly reports to the mission management, ITS/DPET/DPO, BOA and OIOS • Collaborate closely with the Section/Unit Chiefs, Pillar/Service/Office/Branch Chiefs, Section Training Focal Points, Section Training Budget Focal Points to ensure their training needs are incorporated in the IMTC plans and programmes and are timely addressed • Coordinate the bi-monthly In-Service Training Programme (ISTP) of IMTC staff and personnel to include the uniformed personnel • In coordination with national teammates including ICs, monitor and report on IMTC delivered training programmes • Assist and backstop the IMTC Training Budget Officer in processing internal and external training and in the procurement of internal section training • Assist in the update of information in the IMTC webpage and Portal, including the follow up with concerned sections/offices on the yearly PIP (Pre-deployment Information Package) • Generate various reports on training-related activities from in-mission databases for submission to IMTC Chief and eventually to mission management and UNHQ • Perform other tasks as directed by the supervisor.