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The Technical Centre for Agriculture and Rural Cooperation (CTA) is a joint institution of the African, Caribbean and Pacific countries and the European Union operating under the Cotonou Partnership Agreement. By providing access to information and knowledge, facilitating policy dialogue and strengthening the capacities of agricultural and rural development institutions, CTA has made important contribution to food security and improved livelihoods of rural communities in ACP countries over the last 25 years.
 
Join CTA at an exciting time for agriculture and as the centre enters a new chapter in its development with the launch of its new Strategic Plan for 2011-2015, seize the opportunity to join CTA and contribute to its mission of advancing food and nutritional security, increasing prosperity and encouraging sound natural resource management in ACP countries.
Applications are invited for the following positions:
 

  • Programme Manager – Policies and Markets
  • Programme Manager – ICT for Rural Development
  • Senior Programme Coordinator
  • Senior Programme Coordinator – Value Chains
  • Senior Programme Coordinator – E-Publishing and Digital Resources
  • Programme Coordinator – Web
  • Junior Expert – Learning Monitoring and Evaluation

CTA offers a largely tax free salary and a generous package, including an excellent health and pension scheme. CTA’s offices are located in Wageningen, The Netherlands and Brussels, Belgium.
Please consult the CTA website for the detailed Role-Profile and the recruitment conditions:

http://www.cta.int/en/About-us/Announcements

Closing date for applications: 31 August 2011
 


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