Vacancy in Ukraine: International Key Expert on Customs
January 21, 2021

Vacancy in Ukraine: International Key Expert on Customs

The EU Public Finance Management Support Programme for Ukraine (EU4PFM ) is looking for an international key expert on customs to work in Kyiv, Ukraine.

The applicants should have:

Specific professional experience

  • 7 years of work experience over last 15 years in customs policy / customs administration as a public official or a consultant in EU Member States, IPA or ENI countries with an Association Agreement;
  • Experience in at least two projects providing advisory and/or technical assistance;
  • Experience over last 10 years in institutional reforms of Customs Service would be an asset;
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in senior management positions would be an asset.

Qualifications and skills

  • University diploma (preferably in public administration, law, economics or finance);
  • Sound command of written and oral English;
  • Knowledge of Ukrainian and/or Russian is a distinct advantage;
  • Advanced computer literacy;
  • Very good analytical skills;
  • Proactive, results-driven approach, track record of successfully working in multi-national teams;
  • Excellent communication and reporting (written and oral) skills.

The overall objective of the EU4PFM is to improve PFM sector in Ukraine, thereby ultimately improving public service delivery and the business climate.

To learn more and to apply:

Vacancy notice


March 3, 2021



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