Consultant on the Institutional Development of Corruption Eradication Commission Supervisory Board
- Organization: UN - United Nations
- Location: Jakarta
- Grade: Consultancy - Consultant - Contractors Agreement
- Democratic Governance
- Criminology, Extremism, Police Affairs and Anti-Corruption
- External Relations, Partnerships and Resource mobilization
- Closing Date: Closed
Result of Service
Approved report on UNODC Technical Assistance to the Supervisory BoardWork Location
Home-based with possibility of travel to Indonesia
1 May - 15 June 2023Duties and Responsibilities
1. Background of the assignment:
The new KPK Law No. 9 of 2019 mandates the establishment of a Supervisory board (Dewan Pengawas) of KPK, with the duties as follow:
a. supervising the implementation of the duties and authorities of the KPK;
b. developing and stipulating the code of ethics of the KPK Commissioners and Employees;
c. receiving and processing the report from the public regarding the alleged violation code of conduct by the Commissioners and Employees of the KPK and/or violation of provisions in this Law;
d. convening hearings to examine suspected violations of the code of ethics by the KPK Commissioner and Employee; and
e. evaluating the performance of the KPK Commissioner and Employee regularly 1 (one) time in 1 (one) year.
f. reporting the implementation of their tasks periodically 1 (one) time in 1 (one) year to the President of the Republic of Indonesia and the House of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia.
The new law changes the structure and institution of KPK. The new law stated that KPK is consist of three organs, the Supervisory Board of KPK, the Commissioners of KPK, and the officers of KPK. The new law also changes the mechanism of internal monitoring and supervision in KPK. Previously, the code of ethics and code of conduct was stipulated by the Commissioners of KPK. The monitoring and supervision of the code of ethics and code of conduct was conducted by the Directorate of Internal Monitoring.
In carrying out its duties, the Supervisory Board is assisted by the Secretariat of the Supervisory Board (President Regulation No.91 of 2019). The secretariat is tasked to perform administration and technical support for the Supervisory Board.
As a new organ in KPK, the Supervisory Board had limited source and was still exploring how the supervision of KPK should be conducted. The supervisory Board highlighted their needs to learn from other Supervisory Board of Anti-Corruption Agencies and to seek inputs on how to manage the operation of its duties effectively.
Currently, a national consultant has been selected and provides technical assistance to the Supervisory Board to identify the strength, weaknesses, opportunity, and threats to develop the management of its operation to deliver its duties effectively and to draw upon further organizational development plan, which may include supervisory systems and human resources development.
In addition to the national consultant the UNODC is hiring an international consultant to provide further insights and advice on the development of the Supervisory Board institutional framework.
2. Purpose of the assignment:
To conduct a review and provide guidance and recommendation on the finalization of the Report on the Technical Assistance to the Supervisory Board.
3. Specific tasks to be performed by the consultant:
Under the supervision of the National Anti-Corruption Officer and of the Regional Anti-Corruption Adviser, the consultant will: conduct a series of interviews and review of documents related to the activities of the Supervisory Board and provide guidance and recommendation to the draft report that is prepared by the national consultant.,
The international consultant will be performed as an advisor and co-worker of the national consultant to finalize the report on the technical assistance provided to the Supervisory Board of KPK.
An advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in the fields of law, political sciences, economics is required, or another relevant field, in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience, may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree
B. Work Experience
A minimum of 10 years of professional experience in research and analysis of anti-corruption or governance issues, including drafting technical and papers is required. Relevant working experience as an advisor on anti-corruption institution development is desirable.
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this position, fluency in English, with excellent drafting and communication skills, is required. Knowledge of another United Nations official language is an advantage.
THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE AT ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS (APPLICATION, INTERVIEW MEETING, PROCESSING, OR TRAINING). THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CONCERN ITSELF WITH INFORMATION ON APPLICANTS’ BANK ACCOUNTS.
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