Good Governance / Anti-corruption Specialist
      • Application deadline
        16.11.2014 Active Closed
      • Starting date
        15.12.2014
      Subject

      DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      Organizational Context: The EU Border Assistance Mission (EUBAM) to Moldova and Ukraine was established, based on a tripartite Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed on 7 October 2005 by the European Commission, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine, with IOM as the EU’s implementing partner. The mandate of EUBAM runs through 30 November 2015.

       

      The Mission is a technical assistance and advisory body that aims at enhancing the border and customs management capacities of the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine, approximate the standards of the border and law enforcement authorities to those of the EU and to enhance the implementation of the rule of law.

       

      Main objectives of the assignment/scope of work:

      The Good Governance / Anti-corruption Specialist works in the Border Management Modernisation Support (BMMS) Section under the overall supervision of the Team Leader/ Border Management Development Advisor. S/he is responsible for providing up-to-date strategic advice and practical support to the Moldovan and Ukraine partner services on developing good governance processes for making and implementing decisions in the development of sustainable Human Resource Management (HRM) systems. In a secondary role s/he will also support the elaboration and implementation of anti-corruption policies and measures. S/he works closely with the identified partner services and with the EUBAM experts to ensure that in the fields of good governance and anti-corruption, standards of the highest quality are achieved.

       

      Detailed description of activities:

      • Provide strategic advice to partner services in the process, development and implementation of sustainable good governance, anti-corruption and ethical policies, strategies and legislation within the mandate of EUBAM.
      • Work closely with counterparts from the partner services in order to elaborate and maintain within each organisation an empowered, professional, disciplined culture that stimulates, promotes and actively supports the characteristics of good governance and includes integrity and ethical behaviour.
      • Provide advice to the partner services on EU best practices as relates to the development of strategic HRM reform initiatives incorporating anti-corruption proposals, specifically targeted at the central organisational level, through written inputs such as: comments, opinions and proposals on drafts, analytical papers on specific topics and regular consultations.
      • Support the establishment of EU good governance, HRM and anti-corruption best practice initiatives and measures throughout the part