EuroCham Myanmar is hiring a new Executive Director. If you are interested, please send your application (including your CV, cover letter, 2 references and expected salary) to email@example.com by Friday, June 14, 2019 COB. Candidatures to be addressed to Mr. David Levrat, EuroCham Myanmar Chairman with email subject “EuroCham Myanmar Executive Director Application” Job Details Location: Yangon, Myanmar Career Level: Director Employment Type: Full Time Salary Range: Negotiable Start Date: Open Application Deadline: Fri, June 14, 2019 Main Duties Reporting to: Chairman and Board of Directors Management: Team of 25 people located in Yangon and Nay Pyi Taw. Job Summary: The Executive Director is responsible for the day-to-day operational management of EuroCham and for the formulation and the implementation of the sustainability goals driven by the Board of Directors. Contract Term: 1 year contract, renewable, upon successful completion of a 3 months probation period. Key Working Relationships: Internal: EuroCham employees, EuroCham Board of Directors, EuroCham Advocacy Groups. External: EuroCham members, Myanmar central and local authorities, the European Delegation to Myanmar, EU Commission and Parliament, stakeholders in the region and in Europe, UMFCCI, bilateral European Chambers, local and international media For more information, visit here: https://eurocham-myanmar.org/job/57/Executive-Director-EU-National ABOUT EUROCHAM MYANMAR The European Chamber of Commerce in Myanmar (EuroCham) is the principle advocacy voice of the European business community in Myanmar. It serves as the voice of European business in Myanmar, advocating member interests in Myanmar, the ASEAN region the EU, and promoting access for European SMEs into Myanmar. EuroCham Myanmar, co-funded by the European Union, was formally launched in Yangon in December 2014 by the French Myanmar Chamber and EUROCHAMBERS. The creation of a European Chamber of Commerce in Myanmar reinforces the mutually beneficial relationship between the EU and Myanmar. As Myanmar seeks to reenter the world community, there is no better time and opportunity for the European business community to invest in one of the fastest growing economies in the world. With a strong growing network of partner organisations in Myanmar and the ASEAN region, EuroCham seeks to offer on the ground assistance to European businesses interested in commercial endeavors in Myanmar – be it in the form of advocacy, services, studies, or other related activities.