Supply Chain Ethical Responsibility Lead (CSR Manager) –

Supply Chain Ethical Responsibility Lead (CSR Manager)

Senior Manager/ Manager (Store)

  • Commercial/Supply Chain
  • Full time
  • 11 months ago
  • Dhaka

Job Description



Job Context

  • Lead the development and execution of N Brown`s ethical, human rights and modern slavery strategy within the global supply chain in collaboration with Responsible Sourcing.
  • Developing and improving company policies & strategies in terms of up-to-date global human rights standard for the supply chain monitoring and the implication of them.

Job Responsibilities

  • Work closely with internal Sourcing / Operations teams and industry partners to develop and implement company ethical and human rights supply chain strategy.
  • Assess and evaluate human rights standard and risk level through the global supply chain and reporting this for senior management.
  • Design, develop and implement program and initiatives to achieve any objective set by company strategy or global human rights goal.
  • Liaise and stay aligned with industry peers, stakeholders to keep the company objective up-to-date.
  • Supporting head of CSR, the in country and global business colleagues in terms of onboarding any potential new business
  • Writing and analyzing report on ensuring ethical & human rights due diligence for the global supply chain.
  • Capable to perform ethical audits and assessments
  • Finding and demonstrating facts that should support the company to manage any particular situation or strategy
  • Enough capability and knowledge to work with International Accord and support supplier partners to improve their remediation level.
  • Develop, deliver and implement ethical and human rights training programs and initiatives which assist factories and suppliers to continually improve standards and working conditions.
  • To be aware of arising social and ethical trends and global issues which may affect supply chain.
  • Develop relationships with external stakeholders, e.g. ETI, ILO, Brand collaboration.
  • Manage industry collaboration efforts with strategic partners such as the British Retail Consortium (BRC), Higg, Better Cotton Initiative (BCI), UK Fast Forward and other leading associations.
  • Accountable for identifying critical/high risk ethical issues in the supply base and escalating these to the CSR Head and be responsible for informing the business.
  • Able to promote N Brown Groups ethical brand reputation and visibility to any wider platform.
  • Work closely with UK office colleagues and third-party partners to coordinate audits from time to time.
  • Follow up on internal or external Corrective Action Reports issued by independent 3rd party audit companies and 2nd party companies to ensure all improvements have been thoroughly implemented where required.
  • To have regular weekly/monthly update teleconferences with UK CSR head.
  • Able to travel locally and internationally in short notice.

Employment Status


Educational Requirements

  • Master of Business Administration

Experience Requirements

  • 10 to 12 year(s)

Additional Requirements

  • Excellent leadership and man- management skills
  • Presentation Skills
  • Should be flexible at working time.
  • Thorough knowledge of methodologies of quality assurance and standards
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
  • Strong listening, presentation and decision-making skills.

Job Location




Compensation & Other Benefits

  • Mobile bill & Two Festival Bonus

Job Qualification

  • Master of Business Administration
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