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Technical Advisors & Consultants - Cambodia
> Join a global leader committed to achieving sustainable development
Cardno provides professional services associated with the planning, design and delivery of physical, economic and social infrastructure. We have a 70-year history serving the objectives of private clients and bilateral and multilateral donors. Cardno has about 8,200 employees and 300 offices worldwide with projects in more than 100 countries, including Cambodia.
Since 1982, Cardno has been helping to strengthen the livelihoods of the Cambodian people. To date, Cardno has implemented 27 projects in Cambodia, serving donor clients including the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the Australian Government (DFAT), the UK's Department of International Development (DFID), the World Bank, the Australian Development Bank (ADB),the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the European Union (EU). Cardno's experience in Cambodia includes: Agriculture, Food Security, Economic Growth, Private Sector Development, Health, Infrastructure, and Combatting Trafficking in Persons.
We are keen to hear from Technical Advisors and Consultants who have expertise of working in the international development arena and in particularthose with experience
> Agriculture Value Chain Development
> Horticulture, Fisheries and Rice sectors
> Food Security
> Climate Change and/or Climate Smart Agriculture
> Familiarity with USAID policies and procedures.
To learn more about our company, visit our website at: http://www.cardno.com/emergingmarkets.
For current job opportunities, visit our Emerging Markets Careers Page at: http://cardno.pmtrx.com/Openings.aspx.
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