Location: Thailand (Bangkok)
Closing Date: 30 November 2018
Vacancy: Consultant to conduct “Supermarket Industry and Policy Research for Oxfam Scorecard Assessment - Year 2 Update”
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THE ROLE: Oxfam in Thailand is looking for Consultant to conduct “Supermarket Industry and Policy Research for Oxfam Scorecard Assessment - Year 2 Update”
This “Supermarket Industry and Policy Research for Oxfam Supermarket Scorecard Assessment (Year 2 Update)” will be undertaken to support Thailand in engaging supermarkets and retails chains towards adopting/improving responsible sourcing practices and addressing inequalities in supply chains.
This research is commissioned to update supermarket’s policy and public information, focusing on sourcing and procurement policy and practice, reflecting any change or improvement in policy transparency from last round of assessment
The project is research-oriented; hence, experiences and competencies in research, qualitative analysis and knowledge in human rights and food supply chains are the must.
For more information of the project details, key deliverables, and other relevant information, please refer to TOR at:
HOW TO APPLY: Interested applicant please submit application to TChainarongsophon@oxfam.org.uk by 30 November 2018.
**Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. **
We are committed to ensuring diversity and gender equality within our organisation.
Contact : TChainarongsophon@oxfam.org.uk