Deadline: 23 November 2021
Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of National Producer Organization Specialist in Laos. The duration of this post is 6 months.
Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations that leads international efforts to defeat hunger.
Key Job Responsibilities
The National Producer Organization Specialist will perform the following functions-
- Close coordination with the project team and the LTO, AFAOR support the national project team in providing advice on technical aspects of developing the orange producer organization in Lao PDR.
- Collaborate with international consultant and the team in developing the production plan, support production group access to market information, middle man, buyers, and orange processing company, including contract farming and setting up production partnership with deference actors for orange production groups.
- Work with the PAFO, DAFO technical staff, production groups, traders, and other actors on setting up production partnership and contract farming, monitoring, and reporting the progress of implementing activities.
- Assess the capacity of producers’ organization for capacity building and setting up production partnership with deference actors.
- Conduct meeting with partnership, organize contract farming, the list buyers, and other actors for analysis of the potential developing roadmap for orange production group in Lao PDR.
Applicant must have:
- Advanced University Degree in agronomy, agriculture, agro-economic.
- 5 year’s relevant experience in orange production for commercialization, policy advice and analysis related to food and nutrition, agriculture and rural development, drafting and implementation of agriculture related sectoral development programs.
- Good analytical and writing skills.
- Working knowledge of English.
- Nationality of Laos.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit applications through online process.
For more information, visit FAO.