Ibrahim Alkhalili - Jamil

Administrator with 4 years’ experience in international criminal courts, with an emphasis in diplomatic relations, human resources, administration and procurement.


Bachelor of Arts in International Relations, Saint Mary’s College of California, California, USA

Work Experience

Total Years of Professional Experience:  4

Human Recourse Associate, International Criminal Court (ICC), The Hague, Netherlands

  • Acted as the liaison between Organs and Field Offices regarding internal and external matters, such as diplomatic relations, conflict resolutions and staff cases
  • Was the focal point between the Registrar and the Human Resource sections
  • Responsible for the check-in of all new hires into the ICC office and short-term appointments in Headquarters in the Hague
  • Processed documentation to HR and remained as the focal point for the staff members in Field Offices and short -term appointments in Headquarters
  • Facilitated a smooth transition of exiting staff members through the required check out system by providing advisory assistance

Personal Assistant to the Registrar, The Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL), The Hague, Netherlands

  • Provided general administrative support to the Registrar and the Immediate Office of the Registrar, including official travel
  • Managed the Registrar's agenda, liaising with internal and external parties, prioritising various and sometimes conflicting commitments
  • Assisted with drafting and editing of various types of non-legal correspondence and memos
  • Assisted with preparing background documents and briefing materials for meetings and producing the meeting’s minutes

Administrative Assistant to the Chief of Administration (COA), STL, The Hague, Netherlands

  • Disseminated relevant information from the Office of the COA to all sections within the STL and also managing all inquiries from Staff Members, Section Chiefs and other agencies by providing clarification on administrative matters;
  • Identified urgent matters for the attention of the COA, prioritizing tasks and implementing improved administrative procedures to ensure the smooth functioning of the Office of the COA
  • Drafted, edited and filed routine correspondence including the secure handling of confidential reports, and the storage of historical documents

Outstanding Achievements

Worked in a hostile environment and was the liaison between governments and the Tribunal in Lebanon
Involved in the recruitment of high-level positions regarding Senior Management
Case Manager for the implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning systems for the Tribunal

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