Researchers: Labour, human rights and gender

Ergon Associates

Details:

  • Location: London or Haarlem
  • Salary: Competitive
  • Contract Type: Permanent
  • Closing Date: 21/01/2019

Ergon is a leading consultancy that promotes respect for labour standards and human rights through our work with major international companies, development finance institutions, inter-governmental agencies and multi-stakeholder platforms. We are looking for highly motivated Researcher(s) to join our growing team.
You will have first-rate research ability, excellent communication skills, and a keen interest in our field of work. Knowledge of employment rights would be an advantage. Projects you could expect to work on include advising companies on risks in value chains, analysing international policy and legal developments
on modern slavery, developing gender action plans at companies, or drafting guidance notes and good practice case studies on labour rights issues. Occasional international travel is likely.
This is an ideal position from which to develop or build on a research or consulting career involving the labour, gender and human rights dimensions of business, trade, finance and development.
We have posts available both in our Central London office or in our Netherlands subsidiary (located in Haarlem). We offer a friendly working environment, the opportunity to progress through the development of practical transferable skills and experience, and good terms and conditions including competitive salary, 25
days holiday plus public holidays; discretionary bonus; contributory pension scheme. Ergon promotes respect for labour standards and human rights through our work with major international companies, development finance institutions, inter-governmental agencies and multi-stakeholder platforms. We deliver innovative client-focused consulting and research projects that improve the lives of workers and communities.

We are looking for highly motivated Researcher(s) to join our growing team in either London or Haarlem.

You will have first-rate research ability, excellent communication skills, and a keen interest in our field of work. Knowledge of employment rights would be an advantage. Projects you could expect to work on include advising companies on risks in value chains, analysing international policy and legal developments
on modern slavery, developing gender action plans at companies, or drafting guidance notes and good practice case studies on labour rights issues. Occasional international travel is likely.
This is an ideal position from which to develop or build on a research or consulting career involving the labour, gender and human rights dimensions of business, trade, finance and development.

For more information about the position and how to apply please follow Link to Job.