The Ministry for Communities and Territories Development of Ukraine has announced a new call for Reform Support Team experts
A Reform Support Team (RST) at the Ministry for Communities and Territories Development of Ukraine (MCTD) is a group of Ukrainian professionals (non-civil servants) funded on a temporary basis by international donors to provide targeted technical support and assists the MCTD in the design and implementation of priority reforms. The RST will assist 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 main reform areas that the RST will be dealing with are focused on the design and implementation of energy efficiency reform, utilities sector reform, housing policy reform, comprehensive construction industry reform and PAR, as stipulated by Ukraine’s commitments to the EU Association Agreement.
The main purpose of the RST for the IT Team is to support in achieving strategic goals in digital transformation projects in the Ministry and in providing assistance focused on key reform priorities:
A highly qualified professional is needed to draft, supervise and support the necessary products (documents) related to the IT Reform. The Senior Expert on Construction Sector Reform will work in close cooperation with Directorate for Strategic Planning and European Integration, IT Department.
The Senior Expert will be subordinated to the RST IT Senior Project Manager.
The initial consultancy assignment is expected to start in December 2021 and has an estimated duration of up to 9 months. The probation period will last for three months. The duration of the assignment and an opportunity for extension will be aligned to the donors funding availability, consultant’s performance and the specific needs of the RST.
Main duties and responsibilities:
Main anticipated deliverables:
The funding source of this assignment is the EBRD Ukraine Stabilisation and Sustainable Growth Multi-Donor Account (MDA). Contributors to the MDA are Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the United States and the European Union, the largest donor.
Please note, selection and contracting will be subject to the availability of funding.
Submissions must be prepared in English only and be delivered electronically by 3 of November23:59 (Kyiv time), 2021 to email@example.com
All submissions must include:
Only applications which have been submitted using the correct template and are fully completed will be considered.
Following the evaluation of all applications received, selected candidates may be invited to the tests. Only shortlisted candidates will be invited to the interview.
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