Senior Analyst At Kosovo Specialist Chambers and Specialist Prosecutor’s Office

Reporting Line:

The Senior Analyst reports to the Deputy Specialist Prosecutor through the Head of Investigations (Prosecutions).

Main Tasks and Responsibilities:

· To supervise and coordinate the provision of analytical assistance, including:

o to collate and synthesise multi-sourced data, information and evidence,

o to research, collate, analyse and deliver assessments leading to investigative opportunities,

o to identify evidential gaps, strengths and weaknesses in factual assertions,

o to link analysis and the production of individual profiles,

o to prepare and carry out a quality control in terms of the prepared analytical products, demonstrative evidence and/or visual aids for the presentation of evidence for trial purposes,

o to assist in the collection of evidence, ensuring that the necessary evidentiary chains are established and maintained,

o to participate in the acquisition and analysis of general intelligence and evidence, including a preparation for witness and suspect interviews,

o to participate in field activities, when required,

o to provide other support to criminal investigations and prosecution;

· To ensure that the necessary evidentiary chains are established and maintained;

· To provide analytical support to Prosecutors, Investigators, Legal Officers and other staff of the Specialist Prosecutor’s Office, as applicable;

· To undertake any other related tasks as requested by the Line Managers.

Essential Qualifications and Experience:

· Successful completion of University studies of at least three (3) years attested by a diploma OR a qualification in the National Qualifications Framework which is equivalent to level 6 in the European Qualifications Framework OR a qualification of the first cycle under the framework of qualifications of the European Higher Education Area e.g. Bachelor’s degree OR equivalent and attested police or/and military education or training or an award of an equivalent rank


· A minimum of ten (10) years of relevant professional experience, after having fulfilled the education requirements.**

Specification of Education and Experience

· The above mentioned University degree must be in at least one of the following fields of expertise: Law, Police Science, Intelligence, Criminology, Social Sciences or other related university studies;

· A minimum of ten (10) years of progressively responsible professional experience carrying out research and/or analytical work with at least three (3) years in international criminal investigations;**

· A minimum of three (3) years of management (substantive/senior level) experience coordinating and/or supervising the work of other analysts or investigative personnel in complex analytical projects;

· Extensive and progressive professional experience in intelligence issues and/or complex data;

· Demonstrated ability to edit and critically assess expert and analytical reports;

· Demonstrated sound judgement;

· Excellent working knowledge of analysis and document management software and tools;

· Comprehensive knowledge of research and analytical techniques;

· Excellent interpersonal and communication skills in English, both written and oral;

· Ability to acquire useful information from a variety of sources;

· Excellent drafting skills;

· Ability to work productively in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment and produce accurate work under pressure and in difficult circumstances;

· Ability to establish and maintain effective and constructive working relationships with people of different national and/or cultural backgrounds with respect for diversity;

· Demonstrated gender awareness and sensitivity; ability to promote an inclusive working environment and integrate a gender perspective into tasks and responsibilities.


· Substantial experience in the investigation and prosecution/defence of war crimes or organised crime in national jurisdictions, international tribunals or hybrid international courts;

· Good understanding of the political, cultural and security situation of the Balkans, in particular Kosovo;

· Knowledge of the functioning of the EU and in particular CSDP Missions;

· Working knowledge of written and spoken Albanian and/or Serbian.

How to apply

1. For candidates from the EU Member States:

The online Application Form, including its Addendum (Annex 3 to be filled in manually and uploaded), shall be submitted via one of the following links:**

1.1. For candidates seconded by their EU Member State:**

1.2. For contracted candidates from the EU Member States:**

2. For candidates from the Third Contributing States:

The Application Form (Annex 2), available on both the EEAS website and the website of the Kosovo Specialist Chambers and Specialist Prosecutor’s Office, shall be sent to one of the following email addresses only:

2.1. For candidates seconded by their Third Contributing State: **

Civilian Planning and Conduct Capability (CPCC)

2.2. For contracted candidates from the Third Contributing States:**

Only one Application Form per candidate will be accepted, the latest received within the deadline or the one submitted through the National Authorities being given a priority.


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