Labour Exploitation Research Manager
Location: FLEX office, Vauxhall, London
Salary: £32,000 per annum subject to deductions for tax and national insurance contributions as required by law
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Deadline for applications: 3 September 2019
Interviews: W/C 9 September 2019
Reporting to: FLEX Director
Management: Up to three FLEX staff members
Benefits: 25 days holiday per year plus bank holidays. A wide-range of opportunities for skills development. Sociable office environment with many social justice charities sharing the building which includes cycle storage, showers and ongoing social activities.
Focus on Labour Exploitation (FLEX) works to end human trafficking for labour exploitation in the UK and worldwide. FLEX’s unique approach to the problem of human trafficking is focussed on the prevention of labour rights abuses, the protection of the human rights of trafficked persons and the promotion of best practice responses to trafficking for labour exploitation. FLEX is a small organisation that packs a big punch in terms of policy change and influencing, we want you to help share our achievements with a wider audience.
About the role:
FLEX is looking for someone with a strong track record in designing and undertaking influential research, ideally including a background in the use of participatory methodologies and delivering and reporting on research projects. As Research Manager you will provide operational management and guidance on our work to prevent human trafficking for labour exploitation. You will design and deliver high-quality research projects, manage and support colleagues, ensure synergy across projects, report on project learning and support programme fundraising. In this role, you will project manage and work on FLEX’s research, including researching high-risk UK labour sectors and leading on the development and delivery of feminist participatory action research. You will ensure that FLEX’s work is delivered to a consistently high standard and that it is responsive to the needs of the organisation. Above all this role requires someone with a passion for FLEX’s work to promote labour rights to end human trafficking for labour exploitation and a commitment to working in a small team to make change happen.
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