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CUTIS project is looking for Ukrainian Export Development Specialist

The CUTIS Kyiv office is seeking candidates to fill a full-time position of Ukrainian Export Development Specialist. The successful candidate will work closely with the Kyiv team, Canadian sectoral experts, Canadian business support institutions, and Ukrainian beneficiaries (GoU, Export Promotion Office, business associations and businesses in CUTIS’ priority sectors) to achieve the Project goals and targets.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Perform data mining activities for information needed;
  • Design, prepare and deliver seminars, business forums, B2B meetings and trade fairs for project participants in Canada and Ukraine including venues, logistics, accommodations and travel;
  • Interview/liaise with Project beneficiaries to collect lessons learned and success stories
  • Assist project participants to identify and benefit from opportunities in the Canadian market;
  • Assist in the development of content for websites and portals;
  • Assist the Project management to monitor, evaluate and track progress of project activities and results.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Degree in business, economics, management, or another relevant degree;
  • Minimum 3 years of professional experience in promoting export from Ukraine to other countries in CUTIS’ priority sectors (confectionery, apparel, footwear, furniture and IT);
  • Proven experience of planning and delivering capacity building programs and events of a professional nature;
  • Excellent interpersonal, team building and presentation skills;
  • Excellent written and oral communication in English and Ukrainian;
  • Experience working with international donors in Ukraine.

Qualified candidates should submit applications by April 30, 2019 to kryzhkov@cutisproject.org. Applications must include: a CV (max. 5 pages) and a letter of interest. We thank all applicants; however, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

The Conference Board of Canada (CBoC) is implementing the Canada-Ukraine Trade and Investment Support (CUTIS) Project funded by Global Affairs Canada to help increase exports from Ukraine to Canada and investment from Canada to Ukraine.

CUTIS Project is looking for a new Ukrainian Project Coordinator

CUTIS Project is looking for a new Ukrainian Project Coordinator

The Canada-Ukraine Chamber of Commerce is seeking to fill the following position in CUTIS Project team in Ukraine:

Ukrainian Project Coordinator

This position will be based in Kyiv, Ukraine and will report Directly to the Ukrainian Project Manager in Kyiv.

The selected candidate will be a self-motivated, independent, resourceful and results-oriented individual who has demonstrated an ability to multi-task, work under pressure and meet deadlines.

Main Responsibilities

  • Perform data mining activities for information needed to achieve Project goals and targets
  • Organize seminars, business forums, B2B meetings and trade fairs for project participants in Canada and Ukraine including venues, logistics, accommodations and travel
  • Assist project participants to identify and benefit from opportunities in the Canadian market
  • Assist in the development of website information portals
  • Assist the Project Manager to monitor, evaluate and track the progress of assigned project activities
  • Assume Project Manager’s responsibilities in his or her absence.

Job Qualifications 

The successful applicant will have a Business or Finance degree or comparable experience in a related field. In addition, the successful individual will have a minimum of four years of work experience in project management as well as strategic planning and data mining.  Excellent written and oral communications skills in both Ukrainian and English.

Please submit CV along with a covering letter no later than October 15, 2018, either electronically to info@cucc.ca or by mail to:

CANADA-UKRAINE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

145 EVANS AVENUE   SUITE 211

TORONTO, ONTARIO

M8Z 5X8

Vacancy: CUTIS project is looking for Canada-based Digital Content Administrator

The role of the Digital Content Administrator (DCA) is defined by their contribution to the management of the the CUTIS CUCC (Toronto) internet and CUTIS (Kyiv, Toronto) email and, as required, the management of the development, implementation and maintenance of the CUTIS website portals and websites, designed and implemented by the CUCC CUTIS Project Team.

The DCA is expected to address the IT business needs of the CUCC CUTIS office in Canada and advisory needs of the CUCC CUTIS office in Ukraine. The DCA shall provide support in the acquisition process of all IT systems, programs and devices used by the staff of the Canada-Ukraine Chamber of Commerce in conducting of business as required by the CUTIS project and shall be responsible for monitoring and assuring that all outsourced contracts are managed in a professional and timely fashion by the service provider.

In addition, the DCA shall be responsible for providing training and support to non-technical CUCC staff assigned to the CUTIS project.  The DCA is expected to function productively in a demanding and fast paced business environment.

DCA position requirement is for a 25-hour work week, Monday to Friday, at the CUTIS Project office located in Etobicoke, Ontario. Some travel may be involved to local vendors.

SKILLS

The Digital Content Administrator shall have the following skills:

  • a balanced education/experience background in a related field;
  • good/excellent language proficiency in English and Ukrainian (i.e. oral & written);
  • experience managing content and production for a website;
  • a working familiarity with content packaging, writing, copy editing and proof-reading;
  • a working knowledge of standard CMS (Content Management Systems);
  • a basic knowledge of HTML;
  • proficiency in web analytics and awareness of SEO (Search Engine Optimization) best practices;
  • strong communications and coaching skills;
  • planning skills – ability to set and meet deadlines;
  • ability to write reports
  • a general working familiarity with business, trade and investment terminology.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Create and maintain a web-based export portal for Ukrainian priority industries.
  2. Support activities of our CUTIS partner regarding the production of publications, videos and information seminars.
  3. Create and maintain a Ukrainian/English CUTIS Project website on Project activities and results.
  4. Support capacity-building activities to enhance CUCC capability to continue certain selected activities after CUTIS ends eg. maintaining export portal, export training programs, etc.
  5. Provide assistance in the selection of qualified and reputable suppliers of Project’s essential IT systems, programs and equipment.
  6. Review and verify Project/Client IT requirements to ensure that all specified and/or inferred detail requirements including support are recognized and addressed in procurement documentation.
  7. Assist the CUCC staff to resolve technical (i.e., IT) anomalies.
  8. Monitor the progress of IT vendor contracts placed by the CUCC units to ensure compliance to the Project or office requirements and delivery on a timely basis.
  9. Maintain/liaise with service providers eg. manufacturers, contractors and consultants.
  10. Provide training to non-technical CUCC staff in the use and application of implemented programs and equipment.
  11. Perform other duties as required.

Qualified candidates should send their resume to the CUTIS Etobicoke office (info@cutisproject.org) as a pdf or Word doc by Monday, February 19th 2018.

(Closed) Vacancy: CUTIS is looking for a part-time gender expert

The Conference Board of Canada (CBoC) is implementing the Canada-Ukraine Trade and Investment Support (CUTIS) Project funded by Global Affairs Canada to increase exports from Ukraine to Canada and investment from Canada to Ukraine. CUTIS Kyiv office is seeking candidates to fill part-time position of Ukrainian Gender Equality Expert. The successful candidate will work closely with the Canadian gender expert and Ukrainian beneficiaries (GofU, export promotion office, business associations, businesses in priority sectors) to implement a multi-year Gender Equality Strategy.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Implement field research within the SME sector about gender gaps in export industries. Design and conduct research activities, as needed;
  • Coordinate, co-author and edit knowledge reports with gender equality recommendations on policy-relevant subjects;
  • Design and deliver capacity build program and activities for public and private sector stakeholders relating to women’s empowerment in business and trade;
  • Engage gender and trade stakeholders in Ukraine (women’s business associations, relevant government agencies and civil society NGOs, etc.);
  • Coordinate logistics for events, chair meetings and webinars;
  • Participate in project planning and reporting and provide requested input.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in public policy, economics, sociology, management, or a relevant undergraduate degree plus a minimum 3 years’ relevant professional experience;
  • Proven experience planning and delivering capacity building and training programs and events of a professional nature;
  • Experience of coordinating knowledge-sharing events, including hosting and chairing meetings;
  • Experience authoring reports about gender equality issues;
  • Excellent interpersonal, team building and presentation skills;
  • Excellent written and verbal communication in English and Ukrainian;
  • Experience working with international donors in Ukraine; with Canadian cooperation, an asset.

Qualified candidates should submit applications by September 10, 2017 to kryzhkov@cutisproject.org. Applications must include: a CV (max. 5 pages), 1 or 2 writing samples or report, and a letter of interest. We thank all applicants, however only short-listed candidates will be contacted.