en <![CDATA[International Court of Justice]]> http://www.icj-cij.org Tue, 27 Jan 2015 12:01:56 +0100 International Court of Justice http://www.icj-cij.org/images/accueil_02.gif <![CDATA[TXT_ICJCIJSHORT]]> http://www.icj-cij.org http://www.icj-cij.org/registry/index.php?v=133&p1=2&p2=5&p3=3http://www.icj-cij.org/registry/index.php?v=133&p1=2&p2=5&p3=3<![CDATA[Indexer (GS-5)]]>Intitulé du poste : Indexer
Classe : GS-5
Référence : 2014/10
Lieu d’affectation : Cour internationale de Justice, La Haye, Pays-Bas
Unité administrative : Documentation Division
Montant indicatif de la rémunération annuelle nette : € 38,041

Duties:

Under the supervision of the Librarian, the indexer in the Court's Library will have the following duties:

  • assign key words to articles, books and other materials in the various library databases; assist with cataloguing if necessary;
  • apply standard practices in database indexing and metadata and information analysis and synthesis;
  • scan the literature on different aspects of international law with a view to selecting works to be included in bibliographies, with the Librarian's approval;
  • read and check bibliographies against references;
  • conduct library research in order to locate additional references of value to a specific project, such as case bibliographies;
  • determine which references are of most importance to a specific project;
  • participate in the development of information technologies;
  • perform other duties if required.

Qualifications and skills:

Education:

  • completion of higher secondary education.

Experience:

  • at least three years of relevant and progressively responsible experience in indexing or related activities.

Skills:

  • ability to identify significant concepts and themes in a text and to represent these thoroughly yet concisely using suitably formulated index terms;
  • commitment to enhancing services through teamwork and responsiveness to clients;
  • ability to work in a multicultural environment.

Languages:

  • proficiency in English and French; a knowledge of other languages is desirable (in particular, the major languages of publication in the field of international law).

Remuneration

Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits package is offered. For more information regarding salary scales, please consult the United Nations website, " Salaries, Allowances, Benefits and Job Classification".

The Registrar reserves the right to appoint a candidate at a level below the post level as advertised.

Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.

How to apply:

Applicants are requested to complete a United Nations Personal History Form (P.11), or to submit a full curriculum vitae, as well as an accompanying letter.

All applicants are strongly encouraged to send their application by e mail, addressed to the Registrar of the Court and clearly indicating the vacancy announcement number.

E-mail: recrutement-recruitment@icj-cij.org
Fax: +31 70 364 99 28

Only applications from short-listed candidates will be acknowledged.

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http://www.icj-cij.org/registry/index.php?v=134&p1=2&p2=5&p3=3http://www.icj-cij.org/registry/index.php?v=134&p1=2&p2=5&p3=3<![CDATA[Mail Assistant and Driver (GS-3)]]>Intitulé du poste : Mail Assistant and Driver
Classe : GS-3
Référence : 2014/7
Lieu d’affectation : Cour internationale de Justice, La Haye, Pays-Bas
Unité administrative : General Assistance Unit
Montant indicatif de la rémunération annuelle nette : €30,323

(RE-ADVERTISED; CANDIDATES WHO HAVE ALREADY APPLIED WITHIN THE DEADLINE WILL BE CONSIDERED AND NEED NOT REAPPLY)

Duties:

Under the general direction of the Head of Security and General Assistance Division and under the daily supervision of the Co ordinator of the General Assistance Unit, the incumbent performs the following duties:

Mail processing tasks:

  • delivers urgent mail and parcels to/from the Office of the Registrar as a matter of priority;
  • is the focal point for the Office of the Registrar for all urgent assignments;
  • receives all incoming mail, newspapers, express mail and parcels delivered to the Registrar and the Court;
  • distributes and/or processes mail for the entire Court and Registry in the main building and the judges' building (daily);
  • collects and records all incoming registered mail from the post office and signs for incoming letters delivered by courier services;
  • takes outgoing correspondence to the post office;
  • assists in tracing items;
  • distributes confidential documents on a daily basis;
  • ensures the timely distribution of case related documents;
  • ensures proper coding and addressing;
  • performs other duties as assigned.

Driving duties:

  • ensures the safe, efficient and comfortable transportation of Members of the Court, the Registrar and Deputy Registrar, and Registry staff as necessary (several assignments a day, during and after working hours on weekdays and at weekends); facilitates access at Amsterdam airport;
  • delivers confidential documents to ministries, embassies and international organizations in the Netherlands, and to excise duty offices;
  • delivers/collects pouches to/from the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
  • delivers verbatim records to Agents during and after the public hearings;
  • maintains and cleans the Court vehicles;
  • performs other duties as assigned.

Other responsibilities:

  • assists with stationery purchasing;
  • prepares requisitions and enters data to initiate the requisition process;
  • assists in the yearly inventory exercise for the Court;
  • maintains the inventory database;
  • co operates with the Carnegie Foundation's technical services on maintenance matters;
  • records and maintains the stock of internal stationery supplies;
  • moves heavy paper disposal bins;
  • checks coffee machines and co ordinates coffee supplies;
  • carries out handyman tasks such as hanging pictures, and makes petty cash purchases of stationery;
  • provides assistance with all deliveries and facility management issues such as changing or moving furniture;
  • serves beverages to Members of the Court, the Registrar, parties and interpreters during the public hearings in the Great Hall of Justice and private meetings of the Court;
  • performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications and requirements:

Education:

  • high school diploma or equivalent;
  • driving licence valid in the Netherlands.

Experience:

  • working experience in handling mail, pouches, registry operations or related area;
  • working experience as a professional driver;
  • experience and certification in first aid would be an asset.

Skills/competencies:

  • professionalism: knowledge of general office procedures; demonstrates professional competence and mastery of subject matter; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results;
  • client orientation: mainly seeking to improve services to Members of the Court and Registry staff, the incumbent identifies needs, suggests relevant solutions, anticipates problems and meets timeline for delivery of services;
  • technological awareness: keeps abreast of available technology; actively seeks to apply technology to appropriate tasks and shows willingness to learn new technology.

Languages:

  • French and English are the two official and working languages of the Court. Proficiency in one of these languages is required, with a very good working knowledge of the other language. Knowledge of other official United Nations languages and of Dutch would be an asset.

Remuneration

Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits package is offered.

Please note that applications received after the deadline will not be accepted.

How to apply:

Applicants are requested to complete a United Nations Personal History Form (P.11), or to submit a full curriculum vitae, as well as an accompanying letter. The selected candidate may be subject to a security clearance, including verification of the information provided in the personal history form and a criminal record check. All candidates should be in a position to submit an electronic copy of their passport and all diplomas listed on their profile when requested.

All applicants are strongly encouraged to send their application by e mail, addressed to the Registrar of the Court and clearly indicating the vacancy announcement number.

E-mail: recrutement-recruitment@icj-cij.org
Fax: +31 70 364 99 28

Only applications from short-listed candidates will be acknowledged.

The Registrar reserves the right not to appoint any candidate to the post, or to appoint one at a lower level or on the basis of a modified description. Applications that are found by the Court to meet the above criteria may be added to a reserve list in case a similar vacancy arises in the future.

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http://www.icj-cij.org/registry/index.php?v=135&p1=2&p2=5&p3=3http://www.icj-cij.org/registry/index.php?v=135&p1=2&p2=5&p3=3<![CDATA[Secretary to Judge (GS-5)]]>Intitulé du poste : Secretary to Judge
Classe : GS-5
Référence : 2015/1
Lieu d’affectation : Cour internationale de Justice, La Haye, Pays-Bas
Unité administrative : Secretaries to Judge
Montant indicatif de la rémunération annuelle nette : €37,850

Functions:

The incumbent is required to provide high-level administrative and secretarial assistance and will have overall responsibility for the office administration of the judge(s) to whom he or she will be specifically assigned. He/she will be expected to co-ordinate the exchange of information between the judge(s) and their law clerks and university trainees. The incumbent will perform a variety of administrative tasks ensuring high quality and accuracy of work. More general duties will include: preparation of general correspondence with proven ability to draft in English and French; screening incoming correspondence and logging/routing as appropriate; typing judicial documents, some highly confidential from handwritten drafts and audio-typing from tapes and electronic files; maintaining good contact with the diplomatic corps, international organizations, the judiciary and other academic institutions; receiving high-ranking officials.

Education:

Completion of secondary school education. A diploma from a secretarial college in high-level office administration would be an asset.

Experience

At least five years of relevant and progressively responsible work experience in an international organization or an international company is required; previous experience working for a judge in an international court or tribunal would be an asset.

A good knowledge of diplomatic protocol is highly desirable, together with utmost discretion.

Qualifications and requirements:

Mastery of MS Word and Microsoft Office Outlook is essential; literacy in other IT tools is desirable.

Drafting ability in English and French is essential.

Ability to work accurately at speed, and remain calm under pressure, using time effectively and efficiently.

Experience in the finalization of complex legal documents, ability to prepare and proofread documents for the production of typed and printed texts.

Proven accurate typing and audio-typing abilities in English and French at minimum 50 w.p.m. is required; shorthand is highly desirable.

Ability to work in a team in a multicultural environment.

Languages:

Perfect command of French or English and excellent command of the other official language; knowledge of Dutch is desirable; knowledge of other official languages of the UN would be an asset.

Remuneration:

Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits package is offered.

How to apply:

Applicants are requested to complete a United Nations Personal History Form (P.11), or to submit a full curriculum vitae, as well as an accompanying letter. The selected candidate may be subject to a security clearance, including verification of the information provided in the personal history form and a criminal record check. All candidates should be in a position to submit an electronic copy of their passport and all diplomas listed on their profile when requested.

All applicants are strongly encouraged to send their application by e-mail, addressed to the Registrar of the Court, clearly indicating the vacancy announcement number.

E-mail: recrutement-recruitment@icj-cij.org
Fax: +31 70 364 99 28

Only applications from candidates under serious consideration will be acknowledged.

The Registrar reserves the right not to appoint any candidate to the post, or to appoint one at a lower level or on the basis of a modified description. Applications that are found by the Court to meet the above criteria may be added to a reserve list in case a similar vacancy arises in the future.

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