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BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER - CAMBODIA
Based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia


Oxfam America is an international relief and development organization working with partners to find long-term solutions to global poverty and injustice. We are seeking to appoint a Business Development Officer to lead on a unique projectin Cambodia.

Over the last few years, Oxfam partners have designed and proven a handheld weeding machinethat is effective in greatly increasing rice crop yields and in reducing time labouring in the field. The Business Development Officerwill have the opportunity to takethis machine beyond development and establish it in the rural market so that women and men striving to make a livelihood on small holdings are able to access the machine at an affordable price.This will involve development and implementation of a dynamic business development strategy that addresses both the demand side and the supply side of the market.

We are seeking at least 5 years’ experience in business and agricultural markets in Cambodia including proven business experience in rural markets.

The BDO will be based in the Phnom Penh office with a competitive salary package. For full details of this job write to eastasia@oxfamamerica.org please quote “Application for Business Development Officer - Cambodia”. Send your cover letter and your CV to eastasia@oxfamamerica.org. by COB 15th Nov 2013. Women and Cambodian nationals are strongly encouraged to apply.



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