Stakeholder Engagement Associate

Open Apparel Registry
Corporate Social Responsibility, Environment & Sustainability, Law & Human Rights, Marketing & Communications
Salary Details
35,000 - 50,000 euros, annually (or equivalent if outside the EU - circa £30 to £42.5k)
Contract Type
Hours per Week
Closing Date
The OAR is looking someone with 2-5 years of experience in stakeholder engagement and/or digital marketing, who is passionate about using technology for good.

Job Description

In this varied role, the Stakeholder Engagement Associate supports the growing reach and influence of the Open Apparel Registry. Together with the Stakeholder Engagement team they are responsible for driving contributions to and use of the tool at an exciting phase in the organization’s development, as the original Open Apparel Registry platform expands to new sectors beyond apparel.

The Stakeholder Engagement Associate supports a rapidly growing stakeholder engagement team in providing users from around the world with the resources and information they need to contribute to and use the Open Apparel Registry and maintaining organized systems while doing so. This is an ideal role for someone in the early stages of their career, who is passionate about using technology for good, and wants to build and/or solidify their stakeholder engagement and digital marketing skillset. No two days in this position will look the same, so we’re looking for someone who will be energized by getting on a Zoom call and leading a demo, and then quickly pivoting into heads-down design or writing work.

This role is a remote, full-time (at 40 hours/week) employee. This person can be based in a number of European Countries*, or the UK. They must be available for at least four hours of the working day (9am - 6pm) in Central European Time.

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Company Description

The Open Apparel Registry (OAR) is a free and open data tool mapping garment facilities worldwide and allocating a unique ID to each. The tool is used by stakeholders across the apparel sector to eliminate confusion and facilitate collaboration, enable interoperability across systems and tackle the long-standing industry problem of facility identification. We are built on the principles of "open": open data, open communications patterns, openness to ideas and new ways of working. We are a mission-driven organization and respect and value our stakeholders - they make the OAR what it is: a tool enabling collaboration across an entire sector.

The OAR is currently at an exciting period in its growth and development and will be hiring new team members throughout 2022. Successful applicants will have the opportunity to contribute to the future growth and vision for the tool and must be prepared to “get their hands dirty” with a wide variety of tasks, given the OAR’s start-up nature.