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  • Intern - OPS SEE - Kosovo

    The Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) is one of the world’s leading institutions in the areas of security sector reform (SSR) and security sector governance (SSG).

    DCAF provides in-country advisory support and practical assistance, develops and promotes appropriate democratic norms at the international and national levels, advocates good practices and makes policy recommendations to ensure effective democratic governance of the security sector. DCAF is looking to fill the following position inside its Operations Southeast Europe Division:

    Intern 

    The incumbent reports to the Deputy Head of DCAF Operations Southeast Europe Division in implementing projects and activities to foster security sector governance and parliamentary oversight of the security sector in the Southeast European countries, with special focus on Kosovo.

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  • Programme Manager, Public-Private Partnerships Division

    Headquartered in Geneva, DCAF has a global portfolio and employs over 170 highly qualified international staff. As part of the organisation’s mandate to promote democratic security sector governance, DCAF supports the international community in the development and implementation of norms and good practices in the field of private security governance. DCAF’s Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) Division is currently seeking an experienced, dynamic and creative individual to serve as Programme Manager (activity level 100%). For more information on the work of the PPPs Division, please see: www.ppps.dcaf.ch.

    The successful applicant will play a key role in the planning, implementation and monitoring of policy research and operational programmes in the field of private security governance. The Programme Manager will be part of a professional team in Geneva and report to the senior management of the Division. The Programme Manager will support the Division in strengthening its applied research; its translation into policy-relevant tools; and the regional and national implementation of international norms and good practices.

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