Position: Programs Manager (CPSA)__Deadline:24Mar

Grow Asia was established by the World Economic Forum in 2015 in collaboration with the ASEAN Secretariat in response to the urgent need to transform food systems to be more inclusive, sustainable, and resilient to climate change.  As a multi-stakeholder platform, Grow Asia works with more than 600 global and regional partners to broker market-driven solutions across Southeast Asia. We do this by convening leading decision makers from public, private, and civil society organizations, mobilizing partnerships and funding models, and delivering best practice through the implementation of collaborative public-private projects at a field-, national-, and regional level.

The Grow Asia network comprises our regional office in Singapore and five country chapters in Cambodia, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, and Viet Nam. The network operates through 44 national and sectoral Working Groups and is already reaching more than 2.5 million smallholders across Southeast Asia with market-led solutions. In 2020, Grow Asia was accredited as an Entity Associated with ASEAN. This accreditation recognizes the important role Grow Asia plays in the region, particularly in facilitating multi-stakeholder partnerships and acting as a delivery mechanism for ASEAN programs.

The Cambodia Partnership for Sustainable Agriculture (CPSA) was launched by Grow Asia in 2016 in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF), and with support from the Ministry of Commerce (MOC). CPSA is an inclusive platform for networking and best practice exchange, the promotion of sectoral and market system transformation, and the development of agricultural value chains that are better equipped to support profitable, scalable smallholder enterprises. Since its inception, CPSA has built a network of 124 partners working across four Working Groups (Cashew, Pepper, Fruit & Vegetables, and Agri-Food SMEs) and three cross-cutting issues (Contract Farming, Responsible Agricultural Investment and AgriTech solutions) to address critical sectoral challenges in Cambodia.

The Programs Manager is responsible for providing leadership, management, strategic guidance, networking, integration and coordination. He/she ensure the implementation of the project in compliance with donor’s requirements, government policies and CPSA’s strategic plans. He/she also is required to play a leadership role in providing technical and administrative support in program design, implementation, and strategic guidance, and supporting and building the capacity to project staff. This role is an opportunity for learning and networking with national and international agribusinesses, development partners and counterpart ministries, as well as to learn from the other Grow Asia Country Partnerships across ASEAN.

  • Program planning and design: planning and designing the program, budgets and strategy and proactively monitoring its progress, predicting resources needed to reach objectives and managing resources effectively and efficiently; providing project updates consistently to various stakeholders about strategy, adjustments and progress; and workshop planning and event management.

  • Program management: ensuring the effective management, developing operating budgets, data management and reporting to ensure programs are aligned with CPSA’s mission; leading the development of monitoring and evaluation system, tools and templates; and producing reports for various projects to ensure the delivery of short-term, medium-term, and long-term goals.

  • Partnership engagement coordination: liaising and coordinating with key stakeholders, including Working Groups to take a more active role; supporting Working Groups members towards clear, well-articulated, realistic and attainable goals and strategies; conducting research and identifying Working Groups’ activities and interests; building and ensuring trust, alignment and collaboration between the CPSA’s partners, including private sector, governments, potential donors, civil society organizations; farmer organizations, and financial institutions towards a unified vision.

  • Learning and knowledge exchange: ensuring effective knowledge and information building and sharing through strategic data collection and the convening of knowledge sharing events and supporting, identifying and running of CPSA’s learning and networking events.
  • Business Development: supporting the CPSA in exploring further funding opportunities with various stakeholder through gathering funding opportunity information, designing and developing concept notes and proposals with different organizations and funders.

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field, such as agriculture, social sciences, international development, economics, or a related discipline.
  • At least five years of professional experience with demonstrated expertise in agriculture value chains, and multi-stakeholder partnerships in the agriculture sector.
  • Experience working around gender equality or women’s economic empowerment and responsible agriculture investing and/or inclusive finance.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills in Khmer and English.
  • Excellent organization skills with the ability to prioritize multiple responsibilities and meet deadlines.
  • Able to communicate to diverse audiences and an ability to maintain diplomatic cross-cultural communications.
  • Computer literate with experience using Microsoft Office in English and Khmer.
  • High level of integrity and commitment to socio-economic development and food systems transformation

Qualified applicants are invited to send your resume and cover letter to info@cpsa-growasia.org and careers@growasia.org by Friday 24th March 2023. We ask that you kindly include your name and the position you are applying for in the subject line (e.g., “Application: Programs Manager, CPSA – Your Name”). Due to the volume of applications expected, only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

As a multi-stakeholder platform, we believe all voices matter, and we actively seek to bring them to the table. Aligned with this ethos, CPSA - Grow Asia is committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability or gender identity.

Moreinfo: https://cpsa-growasia.org/en/work-with-us

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