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All Procurement decisions are conducted in accordance with the Australian Government Commonwealth Procurement Rules (CPR), and any decisions around sourcing activities are made with a view to using competitive procedures and where it is not possible to apply these, then the reasons for an alternative approach are recorded.
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|Job Title||Trade Policy Adviser|
In line with the Australian Government’s new Foreign Policy White Paper and RGC priorities, CAVAC is strengthening its focus on trade issues and regional integration of the agricultural sector. It is important that CAVAC’s engagement in this area is properly targeted, supports RGC priorities, and focuses on appropriate and achievable objectives. This requires a good understanding of a complex institutional environment across both the public and private sectors.
As such, CAVAC is looking to engage a Trade Policy Adviser to identify options for a specific strategic policy issue related to trade and regional integration that CAVAC will address. This will provide the basis for developing a full policy engagement strategy, consistent with CAVAC’s policy engagement framework. The work will involve undertaking a mapping exercise, and identifying options for entry points for CAVAC.
|Deadline||Thursday 14 February 2019|
|Job Title||Intervention Monitoring & Research Consultants (two positions)|
The main role of the Consultants is to support intervention managers in implementing and monitoring various interventions, and conducting and supporting agricultural and economic research. It is a multifunctional role requiring significant travel to provinces. Curiosity, an entrepreneurial understanding of the market, and extensive experience in research are key attributes for the position.
|Deadline||Sunday 24 February 2019|