Deadline for Applications – May 16, 2022 @ 18:00
Multiple Positions Will Be Filled
USAID has awarded Dexis Consulting Group a task order to provide technical assistance to “Support the Pre-Vetting Secretariat” (SPVS). Assistance in the SPVS program will consist of the establishment and support of a Secretariat responsible for the investigation, analysis, and review of the integrity of candidates to the self-governing bodies of judges and prosecutors – the Superior Council of Magistracy (SCM) and the Superior Council of Prosecutors (SCP), respectively. Authority for the pre-vetting process is embedded in the Law 26/2022. The pre-vetting decisions are conducted by an independent Evaluation Commission (EC) made up of three (3) national and three (3) international members. The EC will be supported by the Secretariat consisting of twenty-one (21) staff members performing technical and administrative roles who are led by a Head of Secretariat and Senior Coordinator. The overarching goal of USAID’s support and Dexis’s task order is the establishment of the Pre-Vetting Secretariat as fully operational, understanding its role and processes, and with the ability to prepare documents in accordance with the Pre-vetting law and within all established timelines. Selected candidates will be offered contracts in one of three classification categories based on the assessment of the selection panel.
Applicants should be aware of the following:
- All job offers will be contingent upon successfully passing a background check from the National Anti-Corruption Centre (NAC) and three professional references.
- Those offered employment may take a leave of absence and/or suspend their contractual obligations from their current place of work for the duration of this contract but may not be actively engaged with, nor paid by, any other organization during the contract period.
The Pre-Vetting Analyst will report to the Head of Secretariat and Senior Coordinator and will be responsible for:
Compiling integrity (background) checks including but not limited to:
- Analysis of candidates’ asset declarations.
- Researching and compiling relevant open-source data.
- Compiling and analyzing information provided by third parties.
- Compiling and analyzing data and information provided by various national and international agencies.
Drafting individual integrity assessment reports for review by the Evaluation Commission.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Have a passion for reform and desire to be an agent of change.
- Have at least 3 years of professional experience in a relevant filed such as law, economics, civil society engagement, good governance, investigative journalism and public administration.
- Ability to be an organized and detailed oriented individual able to work in a high-performance team.
- Ability to communicate at a high-level both in writing and verbally.
- Fluent in written and spoken Romanian, have a working proficiency of English (minimum of a B level).
How to Apply:
Qualified applicants should submit a cover letter highlighting relevant experience and a current CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org and should note “Pre-vetting Analyst” in the email subject line. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.