Police Advisor III - Panama

Location: Panama City, Panama, United States
Date Posted: 07-31-2018
Police Advisor III
Central America Police Reform Initiative (CAPRI)
Panama City, Panama
ATSG is seeking resumes for a Level III Police Advisor that will support, assist, and advise INL in its efforts to carry out police reform in varying locations across Central America.
The Advisor works closely with the US Embassy International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Section, INL CAPRI Program Manager. However, the individual exercises wide latitude for independent action, initiating projects and executing newly approved programs under general supervision. Completed work is reviewed for timeliness and effectiveness.

Responsibilities/The successful candidate will:
May be assigned to one or more countries located in Central America to perform duties outlined below:
  • Manage the application of police reform strategies and operational plans at a related-to-macro level or in a specific area of police reform.
  • Manage the implementation components of police and/or academy reform at a macro-level or in a specific area.
  • Manage the implementation teams assisting the police reform process
  • Manage the implementation teams and committee groups assisting the police and/or academy reform process
  • Provide evaluation and feedback to Director and/or Level 1 and or Level 2 Police Advisors of CAPRI
  • Communicate police reform progress, issues, and concerns to Host Government and the INL host country assigned
Minimum Qualifications:
  • US Citizen, Third Country Nationals, or Local National
  • Demonstrated total of fifteen (15) years professional work experience with a U.S. Metropolitan Police Department, to include Management and police training experience or possess the qualifications of an active or retired Colombian National Police Colonel or Major
  • An undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university
  • Demonstrated ability to adjust application of best practices, lessons learned, and international norms to an overseas environment.
  • Demonstrated superior interpersonal skills working with all levels.
  • Demonstrated fluent communications skills, oral and written, in Spanish
Preferred Qualification:
  • Demonstrated extensive experience managing and/or directing programs in police training.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of USG contracting practices and experience in contract oversight.
  • Demonstrated experience working overseas on police programs.
  • Fluency in Spanish at the FSI 3/3 level.

Candidates are encouraged to submit a .doc or .docx resume that explicitly addresses each of the requirements listed above. 
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