The Cambodia Agricultural Value Chain Program (CAVAC) is a large agricultural development program funded by the Australian Government. It's a great place to work. We treat each other fairly and with respect. Our mission is to reduce poverty amongst farming families of Cambodia. We do this by providing essential irrigation infrastructure, getting markets to work better, and assisting businesses to exchange with all poor people in a growing and sustainable way. The office is in Phnom Penh; our work involves travel to rural areas.
CAVAC is preparing for a further six years of operation. Early next year, we will be recruiting people with the following skills. If you are interested to apply, please look for the vacancy notice to be published in the media in late December 2015.
> Financial Management
> Office and Logistics Management
> Results Measurement
> Irrigation (Operations and Maintenance)
> Market Development
> Procurement and Grants Administration
> Communications Management
> Rice Seed Market Specialists
Formal recruitment for the following vacancies will start next year with a view to commencing employment early in 2016. However, interested applicants are invited to send their resume now to the relevant email address quoting the reference in the subject line.
Human Resources Manager: reporting to the Operations Manager you will ensure that the program complies with equal opportunity practices and Cambodian employment law; and assist managers to guide staff to improve their skills. Please send your resume now to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting reference C2HRM01.
Procurement and Grants Officer: reporting to the Operations Manager you will ensure that Commonwealth Procurement Rules set by the Government of Australia are applied on the program and ensure compliance to the program's operations and procurement manual. Experience with request for tender and construction contracting essential. Please send your resume now to email@example.com quoting reference C2procgrant01.
Finance Manager: reporting to the Operations Manager you will ensure that Australian Government fraud and anti-bribery policies are applied in the program. Establish and manage the program s financial management. Experience with Australian Government funded programs an advantage. If interested, please send your resume now to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting reference C2FM01.
Office and Logistics Manager: reporting to the Operations Manager you will ensure that support systems and processes applied in the program deliver goods and services to the program efficiently and cost effectively both within Phnom Penh and throughout Cambodia. Ensure compliance to the program s operations manual and provide advice from a logistics support perspective. Supervise the Office and Logistics officer with vehicle management. Experience with Australian Government funded programs an advantage. Please send your resume now to email@example.com quoting reference C20LM01.
CAVAC is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to Child Protection in all fields. Successful applicants may be required to provide police clearance certificate.
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