Global Grain Trade Leader
Corteva Global Grain Trade Leader provides strategic advice to the company on international grain trade matters and issues/opportunities to address product movement. Accountable for setting the direction for Corteva External Affairs on issues related to grain trade stakeholder engagement to enable product launch and commercial product market expansion. The Global Grain Trade Leader will provide strategic input for; stewarded product launch, biotech trait registration, crop protection registration, and international grain trade policy. Responsibilities Relationship management with international grain handlers and agricultural product exporters for purpose ofstewarded product launchbiotech product and grain integrity (Low Level Presence)MRL specifications/resolution for Corteva crop protection productsmarket acceptance of products produced through Plant Breeding Innovationsdeveloping an alternative path for addressing artificial trade barriers or asynchronous approvalsdeveloping projects and initiatives to address grain storage, post-harvest loss, market access and linking farmers to markets in developing markets working closely with the Corteva Ag Development Leader and regional/country commercial teamsRelationship management with USDA-Foreign Ag Service and act as an internal resource for International Government Affairs stakeholder planning and networking with FAS Attaché?s. Develop and implement a public/private partnership signature program with FAS to demonstrate our Market Shaper aspirations.Provide strategic input to the International Trade Leader and advocate for Corteva position in international trade agreements and international standard setting bodies;NAFTAKORUSWTOCODEXBi-lateral trade agreementsProvide strategic insights to the Regulatory Advocacy team to support biotech trait registrations in key foreign markets, particularly China and EU. Provide strategic insights to the Regulatory Advocacy team to support crop protection registrations in key foreign markets.Represent Corteva in key trade associations including:NGFA/NAEGA ? Biotech CommitteeUSGC ? Trade Policy CommitteeBIO ? China and EU Task Force Qualifications:BA degree is required, ideally in Ag Economics or similar with related experience.5-10 years of experience with:Background with how commodity grain is consolidated, packaged and traded globallyAbility to negotiate our company's position on the Grain Trade, dealing with policies and proceduresAbility to collaborate well with multiple layers within the organization. Working with people and leading without authority over them.Apply for this job.