Cocoa beans in hands

Strategic Partnerships Manager – Corporate new business

We are seeking an experienced partnerships professional to join Anti-Slavery at an exciting point in it’s corporate partnerships development. This role offers the right candidate a unique opportunity to shape fundraising partnerships alongside Anti-Slavery’s market-leading consultancy which supports companies to improve their due diligence on slavery risk within operations. Due to an increased awareness amongst the business community, of modern slavery, Anti-Slavery International is seeing a significant increase in interest from companies looking to operate responsibly and also support projects bringing help and provisions to some of the most vulnerable people in the world.

You’ll be an expert communicator and confident influencer who is interested in charity fundraising and business-to-business sales. You’ll be passionate about the possibility of leveraging the power of business to both directly support slavery victims and vulnerable people, as well as facilitating companies to improve their own operations. We’re looking for a proactive, thoughtful and creative individual to join our growing team in South London and help build this pivotal part of Anti-Slavery’s strategic work.

This role will play a crucial part in driving forward financial growth and sustainability of the world’s original slavery abolition charity.

Salary: £32,709 – £38,865

Closing date: Midday 1st June 2019

For more information and to apply, download the Recruitment Pack and fill out the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.

 

Safe Migration Programme Officer

This is an exciting position to work with Anti-Slavery International on a new global Safe Migration project. The successful candidate will lead on the delivery for the project which targets migrant garment factory workers from source countries in Asia and Africa along the migratory corridor to the destination country (Mauritius), working through in-country partners, a UK clothing company and a global trade union federation. The project aims to build a network of support that will help migrants ensure decent working conditions and provide safe mechanisms to raise grievances.

This exciting position brings lots of potential for increased responsibility and requires a high level of organisation and initiative, attention to detail and an ability to work with minimal supervision. We are looking for someone who can embody our values and who shares our passion for fighting slavery.

With partners in four countries and a complex programme of work to deliver, the Safe Migration programme requires a high degree of efficiency in administration, planning and financial management. The post holder will also be required to undertake scoping, working with project partner staff and organisations to expand the project to work in other source countries, identifying new partners and key stakeholders and produce good quality written reports.

Salary: £29,486

Closing Date: End of day Monday 3 June 2019

Interviews will be held between between 11-13 June (exact date TBC). Candidates from outside of the UK can be interviewed via Skype

If you think this role fits with your expertise and ambition, we would love to hear from you. For more information and to apply, please download the Recruitment Pack and fill out the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.

 

Programme Partnerships Coordinator

Anti-Slavery International has an exciting opportunity for a Programme Partnerships Coordinator to maintain and support both existing and new institutional donor relationships. We are looking for a highly organised, capable fundraiser and Grant Manager with exceptional written communication skills and a genuine passion for our work.

As Programme Partnerships Coordinator you will be responsible for cultivating, developing and stewarding relationships with new and existing donors, research and identify new funding opportunities for ASI’s strategic focal areas, develop quality donor applications and reports for funding Anti-Slavery International’s programmatic, advocacy and campaigning work and contribute to the delivery of high-quality Grant Management

Application deadline: Tuesday 11th June 2019

For more information, please download the Recruitment Pack. To apply, please email your CV along with a supporting statement setting out why you want to work for Anti-Slavery International and highlighting any skills and experience that are particularly relevant to this role. Please send your application to jobs@antislavery.org using the reference ‘PPC’ in the subject line. Please also complete and return the equal opportunities monitoring form.

Please note this is a re-advertisement, previous applicants for this vacancy from April 2019 need not reapply.

 

Anti-Slavery International Consultant directory: call for applications

Anti-Slavery International is establishing a directory of high quality specialist consultants who can fill project and research assignments, as and when they arise.

Assignments will vary in duration, type, requirements and location. Consultants will work alongside our permanent staff team of experts. This will give Anti-Slavery more flexibility to respond to calls, opportunities and requests.

We are looking for consultants who have experience of the anti-slavery sector with expertise, in any or all of the following areas:

  • Research, specifically within the Anti-Slavery sector (including assessment of causes, policy context and evaluation of interventions)
  • Project design – ideally in anti-slavery programming, but otherwise wider human rights
  • Monitoring and evaluation – ideally in anti-slavery programming, but otherwise wider human rights

Individuals interested in applying to be included in the directory should submit the documents below to jobs@antislavery.org:

  1. A cover letter explaining your areas of expertise and experience. Please ensure this includes which countries you have worked in and which languages you speak.
  2. A complete CV (Applicants are requested to submit details of their previous consultancies). Please indicate in your cover letter if you are happy for us to contact your previous employers for reference purposes

Please write “Consultants Directory” and your name in the subject box of the email.