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Recovery and Reform Support Team at the Ministry for Communities, Territories and Infrastructure Development of Ukraine is looking for new experts

18 March 2024, 15:57

The Recovery and Reform Support Team (RST) at the Ministry for Communities, Territories and Infrastructure Development of Ukraine (MCTID) is a group of Ukrainian professionals (non-civil servants) funded on a temporary basis through the Ukraine Recovery and Reform Architecture (URA)[1] programme, that provides targeted technical support and assists the Ministry in the design and implementation of priority reforms.

Following the merger between the Ministry for Communities and Territories Development of Ukraine and the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine, the RST was renewed to assist the Ministry with the implementation of priority reforms in the following areas:

  • Transport Infrastructure;
  • Municipal Infrastructure;
  • Regional Development and Decentralisation;
  • Digitalisation;
  • Public Administration Reform and Capacity Building.

Ukraine’s transport, critical and housing infrastructure have suffered significant damage as a result of the ongoing Russian military aggression. Reforming the priority areas will play a critical role in the post-war restoration of Ukraine’s infrastructure.

We are now opening the competition for the positions, namely:

Interested professionals are encouraged to apply.

Submissions must be prepared in English only and be delivered electronically by April 01, 2024, 23:59 (Kyiv time) to

All submissions must include:

  • completed Application Form;
  • candidate’s Curriculum Vitae;
  • reference letter from a recent supervisor/manager (in English, or Ukrainian with English translation);
  • NDA form;
  • contact details for two further referees who, if contacted, can attest to the professional and/or educational background of the candidate.

 Candidates who submit an incomplete package of documents will not be considered.

Only short-listed applicants will be invited to the written test and interview.

Only Ukrainian nationals are eligible to apply; civil servants are not eligible to apply unless 6 months have elapsed since they left such employment.

[1] Ukraine Recovery and Reform Architecture (URA) is a comprehensive technical assistance programme deployed by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), in partnership with the European Union, to support critical recovery and reform processes in Ukraine. URA is financed from the Ukraine Stabilisation and Sustainable Growth Multi- Donor Account (MDA) managed by the EBRD. Contributors to the MDA are Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Latvia, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the United States and the European Union, the largest donor.

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