Head of External Relations
You will be responsible for building strategic partnerships and maximising the impact of ETI's communications and brand to enable the organisation to secure a balanced and sustainable funding mix to support the delivery of ETI's strategy. This role will lead the development and implementation of an integrated communications, marketing and fundraising strategy to position ETI as the UK lead and a global lead player in ethical trade and will require someone with excellent strategic thinking and operational ability. This role will work closely with the CEO and will need an accomplished networker who can 'open doors' at a senior level as well as advise the CEO on how to engage and leverage introduced contacts. Find out more.
Senior Policy and Advocacy Advisor
You will be responsible for identifying, creating and capitalising on opportunities to influence policy and decision makers to increase protection of workers' rights at national, local and international levels. The post holder will develop and implement an advocacy strategy that advances ETI and its members' influence with government and other key stakeholders; keep abreast of government affairs and relevant legislation from which to identify opportunities so ETI can influence, intervene or contribute; produce policy and information briefs and identify opportunities for ETI to be represented at relevant forums, events and conferences. Find out more.
The Operations Manager will be responsible for the performance of ETI's internal operational functions including Facilities, IT, Finance, HR and Legal. This person will ensure ETI's support services - including all operational systems, processes, infrastructure and policies are effective and fit for purpose and form a robust base for planning and decision making and allocation of resources. You will be responsible for developing an annual work plan for the Operations team and supporting the SMT in longer term resource planning as well as championing collaborative and cross-organisational working within and between business and support functions. Find out more.
The Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) is a ground-breaking alliance of companies, trade unions and voluntary organisations working together to improve the lives of workers in international supply chains.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the expanding workforce at ETI with the aim to improve working conditions and achieve widespread, lasting change for workers. We are looking for a Business Advisor on a fixed term contract of 2 years.
You will be involved in the Membership Services Unit and you will be expected to engage, develop and grow ETI’s members to support them to build their capability and provide regular feedback so they can continuously improve their performance in impacting the lives of workers in global supply chains.
You should have experience in compliance, business development or procurement in a commercial environment; have a degree in a business related subject, experience or knowledge of ethical trade; Client relationship management experience (building and maintaining relationships) and experience of writing and/or analysing corporate reports
This is a time limited post with a salary of between £28,000 and £37,000 plus benefits.
Closing date for applications: 4pm Friday 22 July 2016
Interviews will be held the week commencing 25 July 2016 and you will be expected to give a 5-minute presentation on “why does ethical trade matter to companies?”
CVs will not be accepted. No agencies please.