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    £80000 - £90000 per annum + (pro-rata)

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    Guy Moreton

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  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

MorePeople are delighted to be supporting The Modern Slavery Intelligence Network (MSIN) to recruit the organisation's first CEO.

MSIN is a network of food and agriculture, retailers & suppliers (throughout the whole food/agri-supply chain) formed for the purpose of working together to share knowledge, information and experience in relation to actual or suspected worker exploitation, modern slavery and/or associated risks, with a view to interrupting any activity that results in the servitude or exploitation of workers within the food and agriculture service sector. The members of the organisation include most of the UK's largest and leading food retailers plus a number of large retail supply companies who have come together to help stop this abhorrent practice and raise the ethical standards across the whole agriculture AND food supply chain.

We are looking for an outstanding leader to become the first part time CEO of this fabulous organisation and help grow the membership and also to raise the profile of MSIN and the work that it is doing.

The role can be done from anywhere with regular meetings with the Board, Working Groups, member companies and prospective members, other Human Rights organisations, government and a host of other stakeholders within agri-food and other relevant sectors. The right candidate will have excellent understanding of the agri-food supply chain and of employing large numbers of people within the sector and be a natural leader and an outstanding communicator. MSIN is a small organisation with a big growth plan but with a modest budget and team at the moment, so the CEO role will be very hands-on and requires a hard working, down to earth and can-do attitude but also a real desire to make a difference and to wave the MSIN flag at every opportunity

To apply for the role or to learn more please contact Guy Moreton of MorePeople on or 01780480530