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Development of Crops Cultivation Training Materials

Cardno supports the implementation of the Cambodia Agricultural Value Chain Program (CAVAC) on behalf of the Australian Government. CAVAC works to increase the productivity and incomes of small farmers and trade in milled rice and other crops by strengthening market systems and investing in irrigation infrastructure. CAVAC will contribute to the achievement of the following two goals: a) improved incomes for smallholder farmers; and b) increased trade in milled rice and other crops.
CAVAC will recruit an experienced Consultant specialised in the planting and cultivation of crops to work with its micro finance institution partner to develop training manuals and check-lists for: dry rice, wet rice and cassava farming – and conduct three train-the-trainer sessions (one for each topic) on the use of the developed materials. The training needs to consider the capacity and training needs of the staff and the appropriate number of trainees to deliver effective training in each session.
A copy of the terms of reference for the above position can be obtained from the CAVAC website www.cavackh.org/jobs-tenders
Email your application with the reference number CAVAC 57 in the subject line to [email protected]
A competitive remuneration package based on relevant experience and in line with market rates will be negotiated with the successful applicant.
Cardno is an equal opportunity employer. Cardno is committed to child protection in all fields.
The deadline to submit an of application addressing the criteria stated in the TOR and providing a CV is 5.00pm (Phnom Penh time), Friday 20 April 2018.