• A Bachelor/master’s degree in sustainable development, employment law, behavioral and Social Science/Anthropology/ HR/ Business or another relevant field.
• Knowledge of the landscape of rules, regulations and guidelines that set standards for working conditions, such as ILO conventions, the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and national labour law.
• Knowledge on gender equality and social inclusion, particularly in relation to the workplace.
• Extensive (5+ years) work experience in the field of labour rights, corporate social responsibility (CSR), design and implementation of CSR policies, corporate accountability, business ethics, sustainable private sector development, social auditing, business advisory, employability management and/or job satisfaction or -motivation.
• Strong experience working with private sector partners and a variety of
• Experience in working with monitoring and evaluation.
As a Corporate Social Responsibility/ Decent Work Adviser you will:
- Support implementing partners in developing and implementing strategies to improve the working conditions of young people in Uganda.
- Advise on systems to monitor working conditions, work-processes, career pathways and job motivation, -satisfaction.
- Monitor the use and results of the implementation of these systems and if necessary, provide further support and guidance on how they should be used.
- Work together in a multidimensional project team with additional knowledge and skills.