> Join an enthusiastic and committed team to building Cambodia's economic growth.
> Join a global leader committed to achieving sustainable development
The Cambodia Agricultural Value Chain Program (CAVAC) is a large agricultural development program supported by the Australian Government. It focuses on research, extension, irrigation, agribusiness and policy. CAVAC has the purpose of increasing the productivity and incomes of small farmers and trade in milled rice and other crops by strengthening market systems and investing in irrigation infrastructure. The program office is based in Phnom Penh. The Gender Adviser will develop the CAVACII Gender Strategy that facilitates good practice regarding gender equality across the program. This assignment includes the following tasks:
> Develop the CAVACII Gender Strategy.
> Develop a 'good practice' note for how to use the CAVACII gender strategy in the field.
> Review program work plan and provide recommendations for any changes.
> Provide training and development on how to implement the gender strategy and methods of promoting gender equality
A copy of the terms of reference for the above position can be obtained by contacting email@example.com Please note that the rate of pay will be based on ARF STA B3. For more information please see http://dfat.gov.au/about-us/publications/Documents/adviser-remuneration-framework-2016.pdf for further detail.
Cardno is committed to child protection in all fields and police checks must be provided. Cardno is an equal opportunity employer.
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, 31 July 2016.
CAVAC II is supported by the Australian
Government and managed by Cardno
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