The Oceania Customs Organisation is a Pacific regional intergovernmental organisation, with the mission to help its 23 member administrations align with international customs standards and best practice, leading to greater economic prosperity and increased border security.
An exciting opportunity exists for a Customs Enforcement Advisor with the Operations Team. This is a key member of the Operations team and reports directly to the Operations Manager. The purpose of this role is to advise the Operations Manager on the needs of the OCO members in the areas of law enforcement and border security. Therefore, the role specifically promotes the efficiency and effectiveness of Customs administration in the Oceania region , and aims to foster harmonisation, cooperation and assistance between members on Customs administration matters, ensuring that their interests and concerns are projected effectively to international organisations, Governments, non-government organisations and the private sector, both within and beyond the region
If you believe the role description above matches your experience, please provide us with information about your background noting the following key selection criteria for this role:
•Tertiary qualification in Customs Administration or relevant disciplines
•At least 10 years of experience on Customs enforcement issues at a national customs administration or law enforcement agency
•Demonstrated extensive knowledge on Customs enforcement matters viz commercial fraud; counterfeiting; smuggling of highly taxed goods and drugs and precursors; money laundering and terrorist financing; electronic crime; wildlife trafficking; smuggling of arms, nuclear materials, ozone depleting substances, toxic waste, weapons of mass destruction and trafficking of cultural artefacts.
•Broad experience in development and implementation of customs regulations and customs enforcement policies
•Experience in planning and delivery of training in Customs enforcement matters
•Experience in maintaining of an All Partners Access Network (APAN)
•Proven ability to design, plan and implement work programs and activities;
•Proven ability to provide high level Policy advice on customs and border enforcement issues
Contract Duration: 3 Years
Contract Type: International
Salary: Commencing FJD$63,000 neg.
For your application to be considered, you are required to provide:
•A current resume (to include 3 contactable referees) containing no more than 5 pages;
•A cover letter responding to each of the Key Selection Criteria outlined above.
Qualification documents and other certificates may be requested at a later date.
Applications must be emailed (in PDF) to Heilala Erenavula on firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information regarding this job vacancy, please download the complete Position Description .
Applications close on the 27th March 2020