ECA

Seeking expressions of interest from experienced International Trade professionals

14.11.2018 Angela Wright

We are seeking expressions of interest from individuals who have experience in International Trade and are looking for casual and contract presenting positions with the ECA.

We are looking for presenters, facilitators and coaches with experience in the following areas in NSW, QLD, VIC, WA and SA:

  • Export Documentation
  • Freight and Logistics
  • E-Commerce
  • Export Finance
  • International Pricing
  • International Marketing
  • International Business Management
  • International Supply Chain Management
  • Trade Policy
  • Specific International Market Experience
You may be required to travel interstate or to regional areas as part of your role, and manage session logistics while representing the ECA.

Express your interest by contacting Angela Wright on (02) 8243 7490 or angelawright@export.org.au.

About the Export Council of Australia

The Export Council of Australia (ECA) has a long, proud history of supporting Australian international business. For the past 60 years we have encouraged, educated and assisted Australian companies to take on the world.

The ECA has the development of Australia’s resources via the promotion of Australian industry in international markets as our primary goal. We achieve this goal by:
  • Developing international business skills
  • Building Australian business capacity
  • Conducting international market research
  • Helping to break down barriers to trade
  • Building global networks
  • Informing Australian trade policy
With a history spanning over 60 years and beginnings as the Australian Institute of Export, the ECA continues to provide first class skills development programmes for exporters, importers, and service providers. Companies that are new to international trade will greatly benefit from our extensive range of educational opportunities.

The ECA has a core focus on delivering practical programmes and creating business tools that build the capability and capacity of Australian companies to grow internationally.
 
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