At ResponsibleSteel™, we believe in our mission to be a driving force in the socially and environmentally responsible production of net-zero steel, globally. We are a not-for-profit multi-stakeholder organisation that brings together business, civil society, downstream consumers, and other organisations, to provide a global standard and certification initiative for the steel industry.
We have built a consensus on what sustainability looks like for steel – including the impacts of mining, steel production, the scrap metal supply chain, greenhouse gas emissions, water use, workers’ rights, communities, and biodiversity. Our members include steelmakers, mining companies, buyers of steel from the automotive and construction industries, as well as civil society organisations focused on labour rights, biodiversity, climate change, and other important issues. We currently have over 130 members and around 13% of global steel production in membership.
Our people are at the heart of what we do and are our greatest asset. They deliver our success as an organisation through a combination of their professionalism, commitment, and the way they work together.
You would be part of shaping a growing organisation. We are recruiting colleagues that embrace our ambition and commitment and will benefit from our support of your learning and career development.
Join our team!
We are seeking an Advocacy Manager to play a vital role in ResponsibleSteel’s new strategy, Momentum 2025. Working as an integral part of our growing development programme within the Secretariat, this post will engage with steel-related policy initiatives both at a global level and in geographical regions of interest to advance ResponsibleSteel’s mission.
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Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. Unless otherwise specified in the job description, please submit your cover letter and CV to email@example.com specifying the position you are applying for in the email subject line. Applications without cover letters will not be considered.
Please note that you must have authorisation to work in your designated home country (country of employment).