The Cambodia Agricultural Value Chain Program (CAVAC) is a large agricultural development program funded by the Australian Government. It focuses on research, extension, irrigation, agribusiness and policy. The program is based in Phnom Penh with offices in three provinces; Kampot, Takeo and Kampong Thom.
CAVAC is looking for an Agriculture Adviser to be a member of our core team assisting Program implementation. The successful candidate will be part of a dynamic team working with a range of partners to ensure sustainable growth within the Cambodian agriculture sector. Roles and responsibilities:
> Contributing to the Agribusiness Development activities;
> Ensuring detailed implementation strategies;
> Coordinating teams to implement a variety of interventions;
> Providing constructive ideas to ensure target audience sustainably benefits from the project;
> Committing to high productivity of works;
> Demonstrating transparency and integrity in the work place; and
> Other duties as reasonably required
A copy of the Terms of Reference for the above position can be obtained by contacting Mr Chhun C. Tate at the CAVAC office on +855 (0) 23 218310 or email@example.com.
Please note that the rate of pay will be based on local labour standards.
Cardno is committed to Child Protection in all fields. Cardno is an equal opportunity employer. Successful applicant may be required to provide a police clearance certificate.
The deadline for submission of Expressions of Interest addressing the criteria stated in the Terms of Reference and the provision of CV is by 3.00pm, 22 February 2015.
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