This is an exciting position to work with Anti-Slavery International on a new global Safe Migration project. The successful candidate will lead on the delivery for the project which targets migrant garment factory workers from source countries in Asia and Africa along the migratory corridor to the destination country (Mauritius), working through in-country partners, a UK clothing company and a global trade union federation. The project aims to build a network of support that will help migrants ensure decent working conditions and provide safe mechanisms to raise grievances.

This exciting position brings lots of potential for increased responsibility and requires a high level of organisation and initiative, attention to detail and an ability to work with minimal supervision. We are looking for someone who can embody our values and who shares our passion for fighting slavery.

With partners in four countries and a complex programme of work to deliver, the Safe Migration programme requires a high degree of efficiency in administration, planning and financial management. The post holder will also be required to undertake scoping, working with project partner staff and organisations to expand the project to work in other source countries, identifying new partners and key stakeholders and produce good quality written reports.

  1. Ensure on time and quality delivery of activities and plans for the Global Safe Migration project and provide regular updates to the line manager and other relevant Anti-Slavery International staff members.

  2. Ensure effective project administration including events and meetings and lead on project activities as agreed with the line manager.

  3. Maintain relationships and collaborations with in-country partners, other civil society organisations, governments and businesses.

  4. Scoping (in accordance with a terms of reference) including desk-based and other research, analysing research and data sets and making recommendations for expanding the work in source countries and upscaling with other brands.

  5. Maintain up to date files of relevant reports and any unpublished and published data sets relevant to the project and wider programme development.

  6. Develop a knowledge resource of information relevant to the project.

  7. Working together with project partners, plan and deliver advocacy to promote Safe Migration and decent work conditions in Mauritius and countries of origin and to monitor the implementation of any extant agreements and arrangements.

  8. Draft blogs and other communication materials and generate content for social media in conjunction with the Anti-Slavery International Communications Manager.

  9. Actively participate in Anti-Slavery International staff and team briefings as well as participate in partner and stakeholder meeting, taking and circulating notes.

  10. Provide relevant updates and information to the Finance and Administration team and the Fundraising and Communications team.

  11. Assist in the development of a monitoring framework for the project with Anti-Slavery International and partner staff.

  12. Provide regular progress reports on own work for the line manager, contribute to the preparation of annual reports and collate quarterly monitoring and evaluation data according to grant compliance requirements.

  13. Draft reports to project funders and funding proposals to upscale or sustain the work if relevant.

  14. Contribute to the strategy development of the project and the overall Asia programme.

  15. Perform other tasks as agreed with the line manager.

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