Technical Project Manager

Business Name: 
Labor Voices
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Job
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Position Description: 

We help factory workers around the world vote with their feet for better working conditions. Since 2010, LaborVoices, Inc., has been dedicated to increasing transparency in global labor markets, and global supply chains in particular. The LaborVoices model is based on individual interactions with workers through their mobile phones, in their native language, to deliver information on lo cal services available to them and feedback on working conditions from other workers. LaborVoices polls workers regularly, to access important information on issues before they become urgent. LaborVoices is complementary to labor organizing activities, tra ditional hotlines, and inspection - based audits. We are seeking an individual with experience and success working on technology interventions for social impact, focusing on mobile, supply chains , and labor rights . We will rely on you to implement technology interventions for LaborVoices, and drive results for farm workers, apparel workers , international brands, and other stakeholders to support the innovative LaborVoices mission. If you consider yourself a detail - oriented leader , with great communication skills, who thrives in a fast - paced atmosphere with significant autonomy , and wants a leadership role in a rapidly - growing , early - stage, profitable startup, read on

Position Responsibilities: 

Manage LaborVoices portfolio of agricultural projects , including implementations with farm workers in the US, Mexico, and Canada for major multi - stakeholder initiatives and multinational companies . Work with clients to create and maintain detailed project plans, develop survey content, field client questions, and train clients to use of the SmartLine system. Present results to clients through conference calls and written reports. Launch the SmartLine in new geographies, through on - site orientation sessions with workers and /or trainers, and remote trainings. Manage contractor staff, as needed, to flag urgent issues for clients, and interface with workers to ensure ongoing eng agement with the SmartLine. Build relationships with key stakehold ers, including workers, NGOs and civil society organizations, to help customize the SmartLine to new geographies. Document LaborVoices success stories and challenges in blogs, case studies, and reports. Collect feedback from workers and clients on their satisfaction with LaborVoices, to drive improvements to our product. This position will be a key contributor to our existing Operations Team, with eight members in Bangladesh, Turkey, and the San Francisco Bay Area.

How to Apply: 

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