15201 | Registry
|Deadline for Applications:
The Hague, Netherlands
To be decided on the basis of the scope of the assignment required
On the eRecruitment Candidate Profile page please attach a proposal (not the duties and responsibilities form) that includes the following information:
- A short cover letter;
- Highlights of previous consultation/facilitation experience including public and private sector clients (maximum of one page),
- A brief resume for each individual, listing qualifications (including educational accomplishments and memberships to organizations);
- Client References:
- Consultants should include the name, address, telephone number, and email address of three to five clients, public as well as private sector, for which services similar to those described in this call have been performed;
- Fees for Services:
- Consultants should provide a typical daily consulting fee. Please note fees will be negotiated on an individual assignment basis taking into consideration the scope of the assignment and available funding.
Fully suitable candidates will be put on a reserve list, with a validity of one year, from which the Court will draw for specific coaching assignments needs.
All candidates will be informed of the results of their application by the end of the procedure.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) is the first ever permanent, treaty based, criminal tribunal. It was established to promote the rule of law worldwide and to ensure that the gravest crimes of concern to the international community: genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity, do not go unpunished. The Court is an international organization based in The Hague, The Netherlands, with a multicultural staff spanning the entire globe.
The Registry organ within the Court, headed by the Registrar, is responsible for the non-judicial aspects of the administration and servicing of the Court. Accordingly, the Registry is composed of three Divisions: 1) Division of Management Services 2) Division of Judicial Services and 3) Division of External Operations. Each Division is headed by a Director, and the three Directors support the Registrar through the Registry Management Team (RMT) in ensuring that the Registry fulfils its tasks effectively and efficiently.
During 2015-2016, the Registry underwent a significant reorganisation to rationalize its organization, limit the number of reporting lines to the Registrar, strengthen field offices and their coordination, etc., which constitutes a positive asset.
The Chief of Staff of the Registrar plays an active role in change management, ensuring that the change management process, with the input and direction from the Registrar and/or external consultants, is fully implemented, as well as ensuring action when there are any procedural hurdles.
Scope of Services
The objective of this call is to set up a preselected roster of external consultants/service providers that will develop and implement coaching to Registry managers following the reorganization.
Develop and deliver Leadership and Supervisory Management coaching for Registry supervisory staff from our field offices and headquarters.
Participants may include Division Directors and Section Chiefs, members of senior management team, and other supervisory level staff from Registry.
The format of the coaching and the number of sessions will be agreed on a case-by-case basis and will be dependent on specific needs and availability of funds.
Duties and Responsibilities
Goals for the coaching may include but not limit to:
- Strengthen participants’ leadership, management and supervisory skills;
- Enhance individual professional development process by equipping supervisors with skills, tools and ideas to support their direct reports’ professional development;
- Improve overall people management in our organization; and
- Increase participants’ commitment to ICC.
The selected consultant/service provider will obtain input from the HR team and senior leadership and in order to identify the priority topics for coaching based on ICC’s needs. The following are examples of possible topics.
- Setting performance expectations and accountability;
- Giving-receiving feedback and coaching;
- Managing performance challenges;
- Problem solving and thinking creatively;
- Providing on the job training;
- Delegating effectively;
- Emotional intelligence;
- Influencing others;
- Leading a team; and
- Working collaboratively.
- The selected candidate will be subject to a Personnel Security Clearance (PSC) process in accordance with ICC policy. The PSC process will include but will not be limited to, 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;
- Applicants may check the status of vacancies on ICC E-Recruitment web-site.