Location England, United Kingdom
Job-type Permanent
Salary £30,000 - £35,000 Per Annum
Reference BBBH14219_1629719404

Acre is currently working with a not for profit membership organisation within the extractives sector, working towards a global responsible supply chain by assessing their members to understand, manage and mitigate the Environmental, Social and Governance risks in their supply chain.

Acre is looking for an Assessment and Assurance Coordinator, who will be responsible for ensuring the organisation's process is running efficiently, accurately and meeting their remit of promoting continuous improvement in the global supply chain.

In this role you will be:

  • Onboarding new Suppliers, updating the Supplier welcome pack and onboarding information and supporting the training of Lead Assessors and Assessment Teams.

  • Coordinating the planning of Supplier Site-Assessments with the Lead Assessor, including the creation of an Assessment Plan and in-country logistics.

  • The point of contact for all Supplier queries relating to the new online Assessment Platform.

  • Working within member groups, contributing to their work programmes, coordinating events and supporting with member engagement.

This is an opportunity to join a small, dynamic not-for-profit organisation in a complex space, driving international uptake of standards within the extractives sector. As the Assessment and Assurance Coordinator, you will have a detailed, methodical approach supported by a high-level understanding of sustainability issues.

You will also have:

  • Knowledge of global supply chains and interest in ethical sourcing.

  • High proficiency in verbal and written English, able to communicate complex technical terms to all audiences.

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

If you see your future career in Sustainability, this role presents an opportunity to step into an organisation whose sole purpose is to drive ethical and sustainable improvements in a complex, global environment. This is a chance for you to develop hands on experience of sustainability issues and goals within the global extractives industry and build knowledge of the corporate appetite around ESG.

If you're interested in learning more, send your CV to Samantha Calvey via samantha.calvey@acre.com or apply below.

*All applicants must have the right to work in the UK