MADE-BY is looking for a new Supply Chain Intern Starting Nov 8th 2010

TRACK AND TRACE Internship





MADE-BY is looking for a flexible, highly motivated student or graduate with plenty of initiative and the ability to work independently. The ideal candidate would be available for three months, with
the ability to commit to 20 hours a
week. They must also be prepared to learn new IT skills and software programmes
as well as be adaptable to communicating with people from other cultural
backgrounds. Good written skills are essential. An interest in ethics,
sustainability and corporate social responsibility, especially within the
fashion industry, would be beneficial.



The Role:


· You will work with MADE-BY brands and their suppliers to manage daily Track&Trace issues to ensure that consumers
are able to trace the origin of their garments. You will offer support and
advice to brands and their suppliers;


· In addition to this you will be helping to develop the Track&Trace tool to make it the leading consumer traceability
tool;


· You will assist with research into potential brands and help to develop workshop presentations;


· You will also assist in areas of communication and design;


· The role includes using online supply chain management software, String which will be explained to you.



MADE-BY offers:


MADE-BY offers a placement in an international, young and dynamic organisation in the centre of London. The Track&Trace Internship offers you the chance to work directly with
international industry actors; MADE-BY believes in a multi-stakeholder approach
and works closely with NGOs and suppliers to ensure that sustainability and
transparency are achieved.


You will learn about different aspects of sustainable production, including social standards and the role of new fibres. You will have the chance to meet sustainable fashion brands and other ethical
fashion experts. Lunch and travel expenses will be covered.



Interested?


Send your CV and covering letter to francesca.mangano@made-by.org before 29th October 2010. For further information concerning the role, contact Francesca Mangano or Martin Buttle at 020 7636 3910.

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