Chemonics seeks an Agriculture Policy/Business Enabling Environment Expert for the anticipated Feed the Future Cambodia Horticulture Program.
This five-year program will increase sustainable economic opportunities within a market-based inclusive horticulture value chain in Cambodia. The Program aims to accomplish this by enhancing the capacity for market participation among producers, agribusinesses and other value chain actors for sustained growth in productivity and incomes of smallholder and commercial farmers. Furthermore, the commercial horticulture market system will be improved by building linkages among value chain actors, facilitating market information flow, and creating market incentives for private sector engagement. These initiatives will be supported with improved governance and an optimized business enabling environment for market-driven agricultural growth through meaningful engagement among public, private, and civil society stakeholders.
The Agriculture Policy/Enabling Environment Expert will provide strategic technical and managerial leadership in designing and implementing all aspects of the agribusiness enabling environment activities which including: policy analysis and reform, business advocacy, and support for the development of private sector partnerships.
♦ Minimum of six (6) years of professional experience implementing agriculture policy and business enabling projects focused on public-private partnerships and legal and regulatory reform
♦ Experience and proven track record in the fields of public sector engagement and strengthening, private sector development, and legal reform
♦ An advanced degree in public policy, economics, agriculture, regulatory reform/law or business administration
♦ Fluency in English and Khmer
Please submit a resume/CV with the position title in the subject line to email@example.com no later than July 12th, 2016. Early submission is encouraged and received on a rolling basis.
Chemonics is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, equal pay, disability, or genetic information.
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