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Gender Programme Lead

Ethical Trading Initiative

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Join the Ethical Trading Initiative to lead transformative programs combating Gender-based Violence and Harassment in global supply chains.

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The Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI), a pioneering alliance of companies, trade unions, and NGOs, is dedicated to enhancing workers' rights and ensuring ethical practices in international supply chains. ETI is driven by a vision of a dignified world of work, free from exploitation and abuse, offering opportunities to all.

  • Oversee the implementation of ETI’s programmes on gender-based violence and harassment in Apparel & Textiles and Food, Farming & Fishery supply chains.
  • Manage the delivery of ETI’s gender strategy through coordinated activities.
  • Experience in managing complex programmes with diverse stakeholders.
  • Expertise in gender equality and workers' rights within global supply chains.
  • Strong budget management and resource allocation skills.
  • Ability to collaborate with private sector, international partners, and donors.
  • Proven success in building relationships and influencing stakeholders.
  • Review the job description and fill out the Application Pack and Equal Opportunities Recruitment Monitoring Form.
  • Submit your application in WORD FORMAT to [email removed - click apply for more details] by 12 midnight (GMT) on June 4, 2024.
  • ETI is committed to flexible working arrangements, diversity, equality, and a harassment-free environment.

The Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) is a ground-breaking alliance of companies, trade unions, and voluntary organizations working together to improve the lives of workers in international supply chains. ETI’s vision is of a world of work that protects human rights, ensures dignity for all, provides opportunity, and is free of exploitation and abuse.

The role: An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Programme Lead on addressing Gender-based Violence and Harassment to oversee the implementation of ETI’s programmes to address gender-based violence and harassment (GBVH) in global supply chains. You will be responsible for planning, coordinating and ensuring the delivery of two parallel programmes in Apparel & Textiles supply chains, and Food, Farming & Fishery supply chains. This role will also support the delivery of ETI’s gender strategy through the coordination of prioritised activities.

Job requirements: We are seeking an experienced professional with a strong background in managing multifaceted programmes involving diverse stakeholders effectively. The ideal candidate should possess comprehensive technical expertise in gender equality and workers' rights within global supply chains, coupled with a demonstrated ability to manage budgets and allocate resources efficiently. Experience collaborating with private sector entities, international partners, and donors is essential, along with a proven track record of nurturing relationships and influencing stakeholder agendas.

Benefits: Why join ETI? Great people and meaningful mission. 25 days annual leave + 8 Bank Holidays + office closed over Christmas. Compassionate leave – 5 days at full pay. Time off for dependents – 4 days at full pay. 3 Volunteering days at full pay. 4 study leave days at full pay. Flexible working hours – no core hours and flexible working arrangements from day 1. London location (Oval). Employee Assistance Programme. 7% Pension Contribution. Enhanced maternity (90% pay for first 20 weeks) and paternity leave (full pay for 6 weeks). Staff Union Representatives. Mental Health Champions. Casual dress code. Season ticket loan. Cycle to work. Bi-weekly yoga. Staff monthly social.

Application details: To apply, please review the job description attached and complete the attached Application Pack together with Equal Opportunities Recruitment Monitoring Form and send it to [email removed - click apply for more details] in WORD FORMAT. Closing date for applications: 4 June 2024, 12 midnight (GMT) Flexible working arrangements will be considered. ETI is an equal opportunities employer. We invest in diversity, ensure equality, and encourage expression. We have a zero-tolerance policy for harassment, bias, or discrimination towards applicants and employees.

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