Program Officer, Legal & Business Initiatives at Freedom Fund
ABOUT THE FREEDOM FUND
The Freedom Fund (www.freedomfund.org) is the world’s first private donor fund dedicated to ending modern slavery.
● We generate private funding by demonstrating how effective interventions can protect those at risk of being enslaved and free those in slavery.
● We invest in those countries and sectors with the greatest incidence of slavery.
● We analyse which interventions work best, and we share that knowledge. ]
● We bring together a community of activists committed to ending slavery and empowered by the knowledge of how best to do so.
ABOUT THE POSITION
You will develop and implement the Freedom Fund’s sector initiatives on legal strategies and supply chains. Our legal initiatives focus on supporting human rights litigation, civil litigation, criminal prosecutions and domestic legal capacity to combat slavery. Our supply chain initiatives aim to promote transparency and accountability in supply chains, and encourage robust action by business to tackle forced and bonded labour.
Our sector initiatives build on the Freedom Fund’s global leadership role; its design, monitoring, and evaluation expertise; its relationships with other anti-slavery actors; and its ability to encourage collaboration through funding and grants.
Applications should be submitted in English and include a CV, cover letter (maximum one page) and contact details of three referees. Please send applications by email in PDF format to [email protected], including ‘Program Officer’ in the subject line, before 9:00am GMT on Monday, 7 September 2015.
Initial interviews will be held in the week of 21 September. Please note that only candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted. No agencies please.
The Freedom Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages candidates of all backgrounds to apply for this position. Applicants must be eligible to work in the United Kingdom.
Job title: Program Officer, Legal & Business Initiatives
Closing date: 7 September 2015, 9:00am