თარიღები: 07 დეკ - 05 იან 2019
მდებარეობა: თბილისი
დასაქმების ფორმა: სრული განაკვეთი
განათლება: ბაკალავრი
ენები: ქართული ინგლისური
ელ. ფოსტა: nkubaneishvili@icrc.org
სამედიცინო:  ჯანდაცვა არასამთავრობო (NGO):  სხვა (NGO)

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Tbilisi is seeking candidatesfor the position of: Forensic Specialist


Based in Tbilisi


Purpose of the Post

  • Forensic Specialist records, traces and checks data regarding all genetic activities in the ICRC TBI delegation.


RESPONSIBILITIES:
Manages data related to DNA samples and genetic profiles including:

  • In close coordination with the Forensic Identification (ID) coordinator organizes and traces the sending
  • and receiving of samples and profiles between the necessary entities (laboratories, ICRC, external
  • consultants);
  • Organizes together with logistic and finance unit payment of shipments and DNA profiling;
  • Records and tracks payments related to genetic activities;
  • Records and traces chain of custodies for DNA samples and profiling requests in coordination with
  • Forensic ID coordinator and focal point for Biological Reference Samples (BRS);
  • Maintains and updates genetic information in the internal archives;
  • Checks quality and consistency of genetic profiles;
  • Records and organizes information on DNA match requests and results;
  • Communicates with ICRC external experts about genetic activities when necessary;
  •  Familiarises and uses all ICRC tools where genetic information is or can be stored;
  • Works closely with BRS focal point for to keep donor and profiling information updated;
  • Assists/represents the Forensic ID Coordinator during the reconciliation/identification process in
  • managing information and maintaining data flows;
  • Checks family trees (pedigrees) for missing persons and coordinates their improvement in close
  • collaboration with the ICRC Forensic ID Coordinator and the BRS focal point;
  • Performs in-house matching statistics and internal research on allelic frequencies and Likelihood Ratios
  • under the guidance of the ICRC Forensic ID coordinator;
  • Helps assess and improve external and internal genetic data flows;
  • Helps assess issues with genetic data protection and prepare related documents;
  • Participates proactively in the overall identification process;
  • Assists in the organization of internal and external genetic training events.

 

Office Activities:

  • Produces ad hoc and periodic reports on several genetic activities;
  • Ensures necessary administrative work is timely implemented;
  • Knows, applies and complies with all the administrative procedures linked to his/her work (financial and
  • HR such as appraisals, Time reporting, budget follow up, etc.)

 

Support to Delegation in charge:

  • Supports the Forensic ID Coordinator in activities related to the reconciliation process, the budget and
  • reporting on genetic activities, writing Standard Operational Procedures (SOPs) or other ICRC
  • documents related to genetic activities.

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATION:

  • University degree in Biology, Molecular Biology, Genetics or related field;
  • Previous relevant experience in forensic genetics preferably in large scale human identification contexts;
  • Fluent level of Georgian; excellent knowledge of English (written and verbal);
  • Excellent knowledge of MS Excel, knowledge of relational databases an asset;
  • Highly developed organisation skills, structured personality with attention to detail.


If you find yourself to have all the necessary qualifications and the ability to take over the designed tasks, please
send your CV and motivation letter in English to the bellow mentioned e-mail address indicating the position


you are applying for:
tbi_recruitment_services@icrc.org
ICRC is the equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages women and persons with disability to
apply.
If you require more information or need to submit your application in an alternative format, because of a disability, please do get in touch by email to nkubaneishvili@icrc.org
The deadline for receiving applications is 8 January, 2019.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
All the personal data that you are providing via this website is stored and processes in accordance with the ICRC
Rules on Data Protection. Please read the full document on Data Protection Statement bellow.

DATA PROTECTION STATEMENT
Thank you for your interest in the ICRC.
All the personal data that you are providing via this website is stored and processed in accordance with the ICRC Rules on
Data Protection. We are committed to treating your data with security, respect and confidentiality.
Purpose of the data processing
The ICRC will process the personal data and application information that you send to us via this website for the purposes
of:

  • Your employment application, taking into consideration our recruitment requirements and specific criteria to
  • answer recruitment needs.
  • Future suitable opportunities with the ICRC, should you not be successful in your application at this time.


Data Retention
To enable this, we will retain your personal application information in our system for a retention period of two years from
the last time you logged in your profile, so that we can contact you should a suitable job opening occur in the future. After
this period, all the data will be deleted.
Data rectification and deletion rights
However if you do not wish to be considered for future employment opportunities, you can at any time withdraw your
application from any vacancy to which you have applied or delete entirely your profile (with all your data) from our
system. You can also revise or add to the information you have put in your profile at any time.
Data transfer
We do not share personal data or application information with anyone outside the ICRC, except in the case that your
application is of interest to the ICRC and you are either a national or a permanent resident of one of the countries listed
below. In such a case, we may transfer* your personal data to the National Red Cross Society of your country of nationality
or residence, who will process your application.
If successful, you may then be employed by that National Society and seconded to the ICRC for an assignment to its
operations.
Countries of nationality or residence concerned: Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Japan, the
Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, and United Kingdom.
*Therefore, if you fall under this category, by providing your data to the ICRC, you acknowledge the possibility of the
transfer of your application file to the National Society of your country of nationality or permanent residence.

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