Gender and ethical trade: development of a one-day training course
To complement its other work on gender, ETI wishes to develop a training course on gender and ethical trade, aimed at developing the understanding of gender equality as an enabler of workers’ rights. We are seeking a consultant to help us develop the programme.
Deadline for expressions of interest: 10 August 2018
Strategic Lead: Apparel and Textiles
ETI is a leading alliance of companies, trade unions and NGOs that promotes respect for worker’s rights worldwide. ETI’s company members include major high street retailers, luxury fashion labels and supermarkets and it works together with the membership and international partners to drive long-lasting change for workers in global supply chains.
We are seeking an exceptional Strategic Lead for Apparel and Textiles. The Strategic Lead will provide leadership and expert insight within the Apparel and Textiles sector to drive and manage the design, development and implementation of key global supply chain programmes and other related initiatives to better protect the rights of workers around the world.
- To provide an authoritative sector expert voice by representing ETI at international and national conferences and events and providing information and interviews to press and media.
- To engage with government at local and international levels to influence policy in support of labour rights when appropriate.
- To promote and enable tri-partite, multi-stakeholder dialogue to support local actors to develop local solutions to build self-sustaining initiatives which will create the conditions for sustainable improvement in workers’ rights.
- To work closely with Country Representatives and local stakeholders to contribute to the country based ethical trade initiatives and strategy, for example ensure that workers and other key local stakeholder voices are heard.
- Working with other colleagues in the unit to manage a robust monitoring, evaluation and learning process for all programmes including maintaining log frames and capturing outcomes
- for reporting and learning purposes and ensuring learning is shared internally and externally
- To contribute to the development, test and revision of methodologies and tools to support ETI’s due diligence approach to supply chain programmes.
- To develop annual budgets for the relevant category; ensure all category related expenditure is properly documented and justified; and provide high quality timely narrative and financial reports that meet ETI and donor requirements.
- Experience of providing leadership for programme/project activities in the global south.
- Experience in all aspects of development and/or Human Rights project management involving partnerships, grant making and development deliverables.
- Experience with diverse groups of clients or stakeholders, including for profit CSR representatives, NGOs and Trades Unions.
- Expertise in addressing labour practices and/or, Human Rights at programme and project level.
- Expertise in working with and analysing supply chains in the manufacturing, retail sector or other sector.
- Expertise in International Labour Standards and related development issues at broad concept level as well as specific project level.
ETI has positioned itself as a global leader in offering multi-stakeholder and long-term solutions to complex and challenging issues, striving to achieve respect for workers worldwide. This is an exciting opportunity to positively influence multiple major businesses to have a truly positive impact on the lives of workers in the global garment supply chain and drive change.
Salary of between £48,000 and £52,000 commensurate with skills and experiences. Benefits include 6% pension, 25 days holiday, cycle-to-work scheme, childcare vouchers and interest free travel loan.
For more information & to apply for the post please contact Anna Sarjantson at 3Shifts Talent: email@example.com +44 (0)7840 807 246