Business Models and Labour Standards Research
ETI seeks a consultant to write a report on how business models can be changed so they support better human and labour rights.
ETI Base Code Guidance: Disability in Global Supply Chains
People with disabilities make up an estimated 15 per cent of the world's population. About 80 per cent are of working age but the majority do not work. They face enormous attitudinal, physical and informational barriers to equal opportunities in the world of work.
ETI provides guidance to its members and others on a range of labour rights relating to its Base Code of Labour Standards. As part of this, ETI is seeking a consultant to help develop a new guide on disability. The primary purpose of the guide is to:
- Support companies to understand and respond to disability issues in their supply chains
- Help companies meet the requirements of relevant national labour and human rights laws in sourcing countries, and other international legislation relating to disability discrimination
- Provide practical guidance for companies on tackling disability discrimination and facilitating disability inclusion in supply chains
- Provide practical advice and concrete examples of good practice
- Signpost to other useful resources
The Terms of reference provides further information on this opportunity including the expected deliverables, methodology and the application process. Please note that the guide will need to be delivered by early June 2018.
The deadline for applications is 5 March 2018. Responses to the Terms of Reference should be emailed to [email protected] with the subject line ‘Disability Base Code Guidance’.
The Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) is a leading alliance of companies, trade unions and voluntary organisations working together to improve the lives of workers in international supply chains. We are seeking to recruit an exceptional Operations Officer with excellent all-round skills, and a willingness to help. You need an eye for detail, initiative and the ability to form good working relationships. This is a varied and interesting role at the heart of the organisation.
As well as greeting guests, you will answer phones, support the Executive Director and Operations Manager, and look after the office. You will also be required to aid the Finance Manager with some low-level bookkeeping. We would like to find someone who has experience of PA work, especially organising complex international travel plans.
You must have at least 2 years’ experience in a similar post and the ability to multi-task! We would also look for experience with IT, Health and Safety and some knowledge of Sage Line 50.
Salary: £20,000 - £28,000, commensurate with skills and experience plus pension contribution and 25 days holiday.
Deadline for application: 16.00 on 27 March 2018
Interview date: Thursday 11 April 2018
Contact: Angela Byer, [email protected] Tel: 020 7841 4350.
Senior Knowledge and Learning Advisor
The Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) a leading alliance of companies, trade unions and NGOs that promotes respect for workers’ rights worldwide. Members of the alliance include well-known high street retailers, luxury fashion brands, supermarkets, suppliers and international development NGOs.
We are seeking an experienced Monitoring and Evaluation, Learning and Knowledge professional to strengthen ETI’s ability to improve working conditions by leading the development and implementation of ETI’s monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) framework across the organisation.
Key responsibilities of the role include:
- Lead the development and implementation of ETI’s MEL strategy to ensure programme quality, effectiveness and to demonstrate impact; particularly in the context of ETI’s 2020 Strategy
- Constantly review, improve and streamline – where needed – ETI’s M&E Learning systems to ensure robust
- Facilitating this ethical trade knowledge by sharing and learning across ETI member organisations and other key stakeholders both home and abroad
- Working closely with the ETI Secretariat to provide support and advice in conceptualising and identifying clear M&E goals across the organisation in relation to the aims and aspirations of the organisation.
Ideal candidates will possess the following skills and attributes:
- Educated to degree level in a relevant discipline (e.g. Social Research Methods; postgraduate qualification particularly desirable)
Knowledge & Experience:
- Significant experience in a senior monitoring and evaluation role in an international development or global commercial organisation
- Sound knowledge of best-practice monitoring and evaluation tools and frameworks, and demonstrable experience of their implementation
- Proven track record of building and maintaining high level relationships with external stakeholders
- Sound understanding of labour rights and working conditions in global supply chains
- Sound understanding of gender dimensions in relevant areas of work and ability to mainstream in organisational Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning systems.
In order to apply please send an up-to-date CV and supporting statement clearly expressing your suitability for the role, to Edward Cobbett at Harris Hill via email: [email protected]
Senior Adviser: Gender and Diversity
The Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) is a leading alliance of companies, trade unions and NGOs that promotes respect for workers’ rights worldwide. Our members include well-known high street retailers, luxury fashion brands, supermarkets, suppliers, international development NGOs and trade union confederations.
We are looking to fill a newly created post for an expert to help us drive our gender strategy forward across all areas of our work. As such, you will be an experienced gender and diversity professional with an interest in ethical supply chains.
You will be the main source of contact on all gender and diversity questions from members and staff and will play a lead role in ensuring gender is more explicit in all ETI programmes. It will also be essential to build consensus on the importance of gender equality as an enabler of workers’ rights. You will do this by supporting the integration of gender equality across ETI’s operations and activities, leading the development of guidance for corporate members to address gender issues in their supply chains and by engaging with relevant partners and trade union representatives on gender.
We are looking for someone with excellent written and communication skills, and a background and commitment to human rights and development.
This is a full-time post with a salary of between £38,000 and £48,000 commensurate with experience plus benefits.
Closing date for applications: 4pm Thursday 1st March 2018
Download the information package here.
Interviews will be held the week commencing 5th March 2018
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