The Business, Human Rights and the Environment (BHRE) and the London University Purchasing Consortium are working together to advance research and produce tools to address modern slavey and human rights in public supply chains. This is in line with our broader research on modern slavery and transparency in the supply chain. We are looking for a post-graduate (Master’s level) with an interest in research to join our team for this fixed period to support our research and impact activity in the framework of this project.
We are interested in candidates who have:
- Experience of research, including setting and meeting milestones.
- Experience of working with qualitative and quantitative data.
- Knowledge and understanding of international human rights law and specific interests on modern slavery, forced labour and human trafficking and public procurement law.
- Excellent written and spoken English and the ability to produce extended pieces of high quality written work, including data visualisation as appropriate.
This is a University of Greenwich Jobshop role and is only open to current students of the University of Greenwich.
Further details: Job Description & Person Specification
We aim to be an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community.