Senior Ethical Recruitment Manager

This position will play a key role in supporting and advancing the hospitality industry’s efforts in addressing forced labour and promoting ethical recruitment in its labour supply chains. The ambition is to simplify ethical recruitment for the hospitality industry, to create globally relevant learning and implementation tools for ethical recruitment practices, and to help accelerate change across key migration corridors.

Purpose of the job

The Senior Ethical Recruitment Manager will develop and deliver our programme strategy related to our work on promoting ethical recruitment in the hospitality industry. The post holder will carry out external scanning; be responsible for developing our strategy on ethical recruitment and sourcing in labour supply chains; provide technical advice and support; and lead delivery of our key ethical recruitment programmes by designing multi-stakeholder initiatives, and developing and delivering trainings, webinars and learning resources on key ethical recruitment topics.

The post holder should be able to influence and engage with top executives and senior managers leading on the human rights agenda in the hospitality industry. The post holder will be responsible for managing engagement with our working groups and presenting the ethical recruitment strategy to our governance committees. The postholder will also support our external communications on progress through the management of impact measurement and support the CEO with opportunities to profile the industry’s progress on ethical recruitment and labour supply chains at key platforms.

Person specification

To be successful in this role, you will have significant experience in ethical recruitment and labour supply chains, and of working in/with private sector organisations on supporting their ESG initiatives. The post holder will need to have prior experience in programme design, reporting, and managing multiple inter-related projects simultaneously.

You will have a demonstrable interest in driving social impacts through sustainable business practices and have the ability to build strong relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders, including not-for-profits, governments and corporates of various sizes and in different geographic locations.

You will thrive in a rapidly evolving, fast-paced environment, be willing to roll up your sleeves and contribute to a small, entrepreneurial organisation. You will be highly organised and have strong project management skills, an ability to listen, convene, engage and drive consensus among diverse stakeholders. You will be able to set a strategy as well as drive its implementation.

For full details on the role and the personal specification, download the job description.

How to apply:

Application closing date: 1 February 2021 at 12 noon

Interview date: Week of 8 February 2021

To apply for this position, email your CV and cover letter to Please note: This job is based in the United Kingdom. Applicants must have the right to work in the United Kingdom at the time of application. Please do not apply if this is not the case.