Delegation of the European Union
to the United Nations - New York



25/02/2019 - 09:54

The Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine (MENR) continues to hire the professionals to the Reform Support Team (RST). The application deadline is by 10.03.2019, 23.59 (Kyiv time).

We are looking for the candidates for the position of the Project Manager (Environmental Control, Monitoring and Liability System) (requirements and description of tasks).

The position provides full employment and fulltime presence at office hours in Kyiv. To participate in the competition, please submit the following documents in English:

  • completed Application Form – please, download here;
  • the Candidate`s Curriculum Vitae;
  • Reference Letter from a recent supervisor (original in English, or Ukrainian with English translation).

The application deadline is by March 10, 2019 23.59 (Kyiv time)

Submissions must be delivered electronically to the following address:

Please, note that civil servants or officials of local self-government bodies are not eligible for applying unless the 6-month period has expired since they have left such employment.

The consultancy appointment is expected to start on April 1, 2019 and has estimated overall duration until December 2019 inclusively.

About the Reform Support Team at the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Recourses

RST is a group of Ukrainian professionals (non-civil servants) funded on a temporary basis by the donors that provides targeted technical support and assists the Ministry in the design and implementation of the priority reforms. The RST consultants provide assistance in filling the capacity gaps in the design and implementation of priority reform strategies and programs, while strengthening links and partnerships between the Ministry’s priorities and relevant donor support.

The Reform Support Team at the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine (MENR) is funded by the Ukraine Stabilisation and Sustainable Growth Multi-Donor Account (MDA) managed by the EBRD.

The contributors to the Ukraine MDA are Denmark, the European Union, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States of America.

Key reform priorities of the RST at MENR:

Public Administration Reform

Sustainable Use of Water Resources

Reform of the Environmental Control, Monitoring and Liability System

New Climate Policy

E-Governance and Anticorruption

Waste Management Reform

Reform of the Subsurface sector

Implementation of the EU Industrial Emission Directive

Environment Impact Assessment

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