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Title Head, Planning/Ops Division (Peace keeping) (AU)
Role Lead the development of a strategic plan and key result areas for AFRIPOL
Category Other
Location Africa - Ethiopia
Company cameroonjobs, Vacancies [ - - ] ( Posted on 07/04/2018, 06:58:48 PM)
Experience 10 to 15 Years
Educational Qualification Master's Degree
Skills Experience
Salary - -
Career Level Senior Management
Job Type Permanent
Job Status Full Time
As a technical institution of the African Union for police cooperation for Member States, AFRIPOL is expected to
assist the police agencies of the Member States to improve their efficiency and effectiveness through
enhancement of their organizational, technical, strategic, operational and tactical capacities. The Planning and
Operations Division is, therefore, an essential component in enabling AFRIPOL to deliver on its mandate. It will
play the role of enhancing coordination among police agencies in order to undertake joint activities, including
cross border operations, in preventing and combating transnational organized crime and terrorism.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
As Head of the Planning and Operations Division, the incumbent will be responsible for the following:
• Lead the development of a strategic plan and key result areas for AFRIPOL;
• Lead the monitoring and evaluation of AFRIPOL activities by undertaking periodic review of the
strategic plan;
• Work with the police agencies of the Member States to prevent, detect and investigate transnational
organized crime in cooperation and collaboration with regional and international police and law enforcement
• Facilitate communication and exchange of information among the police agencies of the Member States
for joint operations;
• Facilitate the elaboration of regional cooperation agreements between police agencies for joint
• Plan and implement, in collaboration with Member States, joint cross border operations, including
verifying the integrity of identity and travel documents, monitoring cross-border movement of cash, countering
cross-border trafficking of weapons (small arms and light weapons, explosives, improvised explosive devices,
[IEDs], ammunition, weapons of mass destruction [WMD]);
• Lead in developing policies to ensure compliance of ‘goods’ crossing international borders with regional,
continental and international instruments;
• Lead in supporting Member States to develop and harmonize policy frameworks on free movement of
persons, including refugees and asylum seekers;
• Perform any other duties assigned by the Director AFRIPOL
Language Requirements:
Proficiency in at least one of the African Union working languages (Arabic, English, French and Portuguese) is
required. Proficiency in more than one language is added advantage.

How to Apply:
All applications must reach the African Union Commission not later than 9th July 2018 through the AU
Commission's website
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