Agriteam Canada is currently hiring an experienced International Gender Advisor for its new Ukraine’s Reform for Governance (SURG) Project, funded by Global Affairs Canada in Kiev, Ukraine.
Prospective candidates should look forward to joining a youthful, very diverse, highly skilled, multilingual, and action-oriented team. Our atmosphere is casual, friendly, and always buzzing with excitement.
Pour contribuer à la remise durable des centres de réadaptation physique (CRP) à travers le pays (Cambodge). Le nombre total de jours ouvrables du poste est estimé à 70 jours sur la période de Janvier à Avril à 2020.
To contribute to the sustainable handover of the physical rehabilitation centres (PRCs) across the country (Cambodia). The total number of working days of this assignment is estimated at 70 days across the period January to April 2020.
Agriteam is currently hiring an experienced project manager with a technical background in human rights and/or governance. The Project Manager will be accountable for supporting Agriteam field team in the successful implementation of a project in South East Asia, on time and on budget.
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