IMPEL is currently working on two significant contracts (funded by the European Commission’s Structural Reform Support Service) for projects in the Mediterranean and are seeking a project manager to help implement them.
Project 1: Reform and capacity building in permissions and compliance
The project will support efforts to strengthen the environmental regulator and, in turn, ensure regulatory delivery of the EU environmental acquis. Specifically, the project will seek to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the agency through the streamlining of regulatory processes and increase capacity for permission and inspection, compliance assurance and enforcement. Ultimately, the action will reinforce the value of a strong environmental regulator that is fit for purpose for 21st century regulation. The action will focus on three components: (i) Assessment (current situation and future plans) of the agency; (ii) Capacity Building; and (iii) Information Management. Duration 24 months – Budget €450,000.
Project 2: Revising the National Strategy for the Management of Municipal
The project will support efforts to design the reform of a nation’s waste sector and will result in a revised Municipal Waste Management Policy (MWMP) and a revised National Waste Prevention Programme (NWPP). The project will analyse the current situation and assess future trends in relation to the generation and composition of waste. Additionally, the project will undertake a feasibility study of the revised MWMP and NWPP, resulting in an action plan for their effective implementation. Duration 15 months – Budget €250,000.
It is anticipated that both projects will begin in early 2020 and run concurrently for the respective duration of both projects.
Interested? Read on and download the full job description here.
Application deadline is Thursday 16th of January no later than 12:00 CET.