Senior Information Technology Consultant (IT) – Customs Sector
      • Application deadline
        05.07.2015 Active Closed
      • Starting date


      The consultant will assist senior managers of the Republic of Moldova Customs Service to review the status and strategic direction of the current Customs Integrated Information System and to produce a new, comprehensive information technology (IT) strategy for the organisation covering the five-year period 2016 – 2020 inclusive. The current Customs Integrated Information System is based on use of the UNECE ASYCUDA World Information System platform and outlined in the Customs IT Strategy for 2012 – 2016 which can be found on the Republic of Moldova Customs Service web site at


      In working with senior management to develop the new IT strategy the consultant will enhance relevant managerial skills – in particular strengthening capacity in strategic planning in the IT sector, and in alignment of such strategic planning as a complementary and integrated tool to support on-going business process reforms in the customs sector to underpin national strategies towards EU Association and alignment with EU norms.


      The consultant will help bring added value to the process of further reforming the Republic of Moldova Customs Service, into a modern pro-active institution with an innovative approach towards the applied use of information technologies and best practices in simplifying and modernizing the customs business in Moldova.


      Applicants should email their CV in EU template using Microsoft Word format, together with a cover letter in English to:


      Please include the following in the subject line of email messages: “Vacancy – Short-term, Senior IT Consultant (BMMO)”


      Closing date for applications 5th July 2015; however, interested candidates are strongly encouraged to apply earlier.


      Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview.

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      • Who we are?

        The European Union Border Assistance Mission to Moldova and Ukraine (EUBAM) was launched in 2005. The legal basis for EUBAM is the Memorandum of Understanding signed by the European Commission and the Governments of Moldova and Ukraine on 7 October 2005.

        The current Mission’s mandate is valid until 30 November 2023.

        EUBAM promotes border control, customs and trade norms and practices that meet European Union standards, and serve the needs of its two partner countries.

      • What we do?

        The Mission works with Moldova and Ukraine to harmonise border control, and customs and trade standards and procedures with those in EU Member States. It helps to improve cross-border cooperation between the border guard and customs agencies and other law enforcement bodies and to facilitate international coordinated cooperation. EUBAM assists Moldova and Ukraine to fulfil the obligations of the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA), which both countries signed as part of their Association Agreements with the EU. It also contributes to the peaceful settlement of the Transnistrian conflict through confidence building measures and as a monitoring presence at the Transnistrian segment of the Moldova-Ukraine border.

      • Where we work?

        The Republic of Moldova-Ukraine state border is 1,222 km long, consisting of 955 km of “green” (land) border and 267 km of “blue” (river) border.

        The Mission is headquartered in Odesa (Ukraine) with two country offices (in Chisinau – the Republic of Moldova and in Odesa – Ukraine) and six field offices in its area of operation – three on the Moldovan side of the common border and three on the Ukrainian side.

        There are 67 border crossing points along the Moldovan-Ukrainian border, including 25 at the central (Transnistrian) segment.

        The administrative boundary line between the two banks of the Nistru river is 411 km long. Nine customs posts are located along it, within which MDCS representatives perform the customs control duties, supported by MoIA representatives. Six BMA subdivisions, in which foreigners can voluntarily register or de-register, are also located on the boundary line.