National data analyst to support Ministry of Infrastructure and Regional Development to develop the National Energy and Climate Plan.

Vacancy Number: Pr22/02494

Location:Chisinau, Moldova
Application Deadline: 05 Jul 2022, 16:30 (GMT+2:00)
Type of Contract:N/A
Starting date: 21 Jul 2022
Reference to the project: Energy Security/FPI
Expected Duration of Assignment:July 2022- May 2023
Submission Instructions:

Proposals should be submitted online by pressing the "Apply Online" button, no later than 5 July 16:30 (Moldova local time).

Requests for clarification only must be sent by standard electronic communication to the following e-mail: UNDP will respond by standard electronic mail and will send written copies of the response, including an explanation of the query without identifying the source of inquiry, to all applicants.

Supporting Documents:
Procurement notice
Terms of reference
UNDP General Conditions of Individual Contract
Personal History Form (P11) UN Women


Ms. Silvia Pana-Carp.

Apply online

IMPORTANT NOTE: Starting 1 January 2013 we will no longer accept applications submitted by email to Applications shall be submitted online only, by following the “Apply online” link.


According to the article 3 of the consolidated Governance Regulation, by 30 June 2024, and subsequently by 1 January 2029 and every ten years thereafter, each Contracting Party shall notify to the Energy Community Secretariat an integrated national energy and climate plan. The integrated national energy and climate plan shall consist of the sections set out in paragraph 2 of the Article 3 and in Annex I of the Regulation. The first plan shall cover the period from 2025 to 2030, taking into account the longer term perspective. The subsequent plans shall cover the ten-year period immediately following the end of the period covered by the previous plan. NECP should lay down the pathway to achieve targets set for 2030 regarding the increase of renewable energy in overall energy consumption, increased energy efficiency and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. Further, the NECPs should also include a perspective until 2050 in order to ensure consistency with long-term relevant policy objectives at EU, UNFCCC and Energy Community level.

Further, the Moldova’s LEDS 2030 was updated. It transposes into national policy planning framework the GHG emissions reduction targets assumed via updated NDC under the Paris Agreement. Draft updated LEDS 2030 establishes GHG emissions reduction targets for 7 sectors. Among others, for energy sector, it plans a 81% (unconditional scenario) 87% (conditional scenario) reduction of GHG emissions comparing with 1990. Currently, draft updated LEDS 2030 is subject of SEA procedure. After SEA Report is approved, draft updated LEDS 2030 will be promoted for approval by Government. 

During 2021 year, a study was conducted with the aim to ensure the coherence of the national climate and energy policy framework developed in the frame of Republic of Moldova’s commitments under UNFCCC and Energy Community Treaty. The necessity of this study arises from the fact that the GHG emissions reduction targets for the Energy Sector, established under NDC2/updated LEDS 2030 and those calculated under the STARS project, could potentially be different. The study identified the causes and formulate the recommendations to overcome this situation. Energy Community Secretariat and European Commission recommend that targets under these planning documents need to be aligned.

Scope of work

The overall objective of the assignment is to support development of the National Energy and Climate Plan of the Republic of Moldova by collecting and providing relevant data to be used for the modelling exercise conducted for Decarbonisation part of NECP.

In order to reach the proposed objective, national data analyst is expected to perform the following tasks:

  1. Collect available data on modelling result conducted up to date for Energy Dimension within different support projects (to be used for defining the Energy Dimension of the NECP).
  2. Collect relevant data (e.g. GHG emissions inventories, waste/agriculture/LULUCF/industry related data) and contribute to the modelling exercise for Decarbonisation Dimension.
  3. Provide inputs for development of the Concept of the policy document NECP and to the policy document itself.
  4. Provide support for NECP consultation process.

Requirements for experience

  • At least 4 years of proven professional experience data analysing and/or conducting indicator/data based studies/reports.
  • At least 5 years of working experience in the institutional consultancy.

Documents to be included

Interested individual consultants must submit the following documents/information to demonstrate their qualifications:  

  1. Proposal, explaining why he/she is most suitable for the work, including past experience in similar assignments, providing a brief information on above qualifications and methodology on how he/she will approach and conduct the work (if applicable). 
  3. CV with at least three names for a reference check. 

Financial proposal

The financial proposal shall specify a total lump sum amount, and payment terms around specific and measurable (qualitative and quantitative) deliverables (i.e. whether payments fall in installments or upon completion of the entire contract). Payments are based upon output, i.e. upon delivery of the services specified in the TOR. In order to assist the requesting unit in the comparison of financial proposals, the financial proposal will include a breakdown of this lump sum amount (including fees, taxes, travel costs, accommodation costs, communication, and number of anticipated working days)

Apply online

IMPORTANT NOTE: Starting 1 January 2013 we will no longer accept applications submitted by email to Applications shall be submitted online only, by following the “Apply online” link.