GoodCorporation is looking to recruit a consultant and a graduate trainee to join our growing team. Both roles will involve work with our international clients to help them evaluate, build and embed responsible business practices.
The consultant role is very varied, and will range from consultancy projects to support client compliance teams (including reviewing and developing polices and systems, benchmarking our data using Excel, risk assessment workshops, due diligence support, training and embedding ethical practices) to assessments against GoodCorporation Frameworks.
Graduate trainees will learn how to undertake our assessment work, often travelling as we carry out our international projects.
Both roles will require analytical and presentation skills, the ability to work in one or more languages as well as good people skills.
For full details of the position and how to apply please see the vacancy page on our website.
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