Are you a consultant looking for an exciting opportunity to contribute to the resilience and sustainable prosperity of rural industries and communities? Charles Darwin University, in collaboration with the Northern Hub, is seeking quotes from experienced consultants to support the Hub Manager with Strategy and Hub oversight. This is your chance to be a conduit between the Board and Hub staff and play a crucial role in securing funding and delivering projects for the future.

Charles Darwin University is a renowned Australian institution with a primary interest in Southeast Asia and Northern Australia. Located in Darwin, the university is recognised for its research expertise in health and medicine, environment and public policy. As the only university based in the Northern Territory, they are committed to building resilience and sustainable prosperity in the region.

The Northern Hub, part of the Future Drought Fund initiative, is focused on connecting the region with innovative technologies, applicable research, and data-driven decision making. By supporting food growers, they aim to increase production, yield, and value while minimising strain on resources, energy, and the environment. The consortium partners include industry bodies, NRM organizations, Regional Development Australia, and government agencies.

In this request for quote, the Hub is seeking a qualified consultant who can attend board meetings, provide advice and mentorship to the Hub Manager, liaise with stakeholders, and develop strategic plans and funding proposals. The consultant should have a deep understanding of Northern WA and the Northern Territory agriculture, experience in securing major project funding, and the ability to build strong partner relationships.

If you have a passion for agriculture, a track record of successful strategy implementation, and excellent communication skills, this opportunity is for you. The consultant will work closely with the Hub Manager and stakeholders to ensure the Hub’s success and secure funding for the future.

To learn more about this opportunity and submit your quote, please refer to the Request for Quote document available on the Charles Darwin University website. The quote closing time is 5:00 pm Central Standard Time on July 14, 2023. Don’t miss out on this chance to contribute to the future of agriculture in the Northern Territory.