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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. We aim to change the way markets work so that poor farmers get a better deal, and markets grow sustainably for the benefit of all. We seek opportunities to influence and facilitate change in support of the vision of business-people. We pay particular attention to gender and the way markets can be changed to support women and girls The program is based in Phnom Penh with offices in the provinces. CAVAC is recruiting for the following positions:
> Finance Manager
> Human Resources Manager
> Office and Logistics Manager
> Procurement and Grants Manager
> Communications Adviser
> Results Measurement Manager
> Rice Seed Production Manager
Terms of Reference for the above positions can be obtained by contacting Ms Sovannary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 applicants may be required to provide a police clearance certificate.
Applications addressing the criteria stated in the TOR and including a CV can be sent to email@example.com. Please indicate which position is being applied for in the subject line of your email.
Applications close 3.00pm, Thursday 10 March 2016.
CAVAC is supported by the Australian Government and managed by Cardno
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