Location England
Job-type Permanent
Salary £Competitive
Reference 16447

Labour Rights Programme Manager - Maternity cover - 12 months - London / Amsterdam

Laudes Foundation is an independent foundation joining the movement that is responding to the dual crises of climate change and inequality by supportive brave, innovative efforts that inspire and challenge industry to harness its power for good.

Laudes Foundation provides its partners with philanthropic capital, expertise and connections. Working collectively with and through specific industries to help catalyse systems change. At the same time, influencing those working in the global financial system to redirect the flow of capital to ensure investment encourages good business practices.

Working with businesses, shareholders, investors, workers and producers to create a new definition of value beyond shareholder value alone. This means rallying thought leaders and academics to make that definition credible; supporting civil society to make it plausible; mobilising media and movement-builders to make it desirable; influencing policymakers to make it effective; engaging financiers to make it feasible; and empowering citizens to make it beneficial.

Laudes Foundation champion transparency, equity and diversity, innovation, and collaboration, and they both learn from their peers and partners and share their insights and knowledge widely.

What you'll do:

In your role as Programme Manager, you have a particular focus on managing and developing partnerships that use transparency for accountability, and nurturing collaboration with Laudes' Finance and Built Environment programmes. In this role you support the design and delivery of Labour Rights grants by identifying and supporting interventions in the field of Labour Rights that address the dual crises of inequality and climate breakdown.

To be successful in this role, you must have a strong understanding of labour rights including transparency for accountability, from grassroots to international levels.

You will have:

  • At least five years' experience working in the field of Labour Rights, particularly in transparency for accountability, for example advocacy for transparency, making data useful, and leveraging transparency for workplace improvements.

  • Understanding of integrating gender, equity and inclusion issues into labour rights programmes

  • Experience with grant management and/or project management is desired. Organisational development experience is a plus.

  • Strong analytical skills, able to break down and solve complex problems.

  • Strong in building and maintaining networks and collaboration.

  • Adaptability to changing contexts.


Please apply with your latest CV to hear more.