Better Cotton Initiative (BCI)
Pakistan Assurance Manager
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Posted date 31st May, 2023 Last date to apply 4th June, 2023
Country Pakistan Locations Lahore
Category Consultancy
Status Closed

Background

The Better Cotton Initiative (Better Cotton) is a multi-stakeholder initiative and the largest cotton sustainability programme in the world. Our mission is to help cotton communities survive and thrive, while protecting and restoring the environment. In difficult times, we are meeting the challenge head on. Through our network of field-level partners we have provided training on more sustainable farming practices to more than 2.9 million cotton farmers in 26 countries. More than a fifth of the world’s cotton is now grown under the Better Cotton Standard and our membership network includes more than 2,400 members. As one of the world’s largest cotton producers and home to more than 600,000 Better Cotton farmers, Pakistan is one of our key country programmes. The Pakistan Certification & Assurance Manager will play a critical role in overseeing our farm-level verification system, which helps protect the credibility of licensed ‘Better Cotton’ and ensures that participating farmers make measurable sustainability improvements over time. More information about Better Cotton can be found on our

website: www.bettercotton.com

Please find the details in the attached file.

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Interested applicants with the required attributes are requested to apply with a detailed CV (2 pages maximum) and a motivational letter (1 page maximum) by applying via this link.

Application deadline: 4 June 2023 Better Cotton is currently unable to provide sponsorship for work permits, and candidates need to have a pre-existing right to work in the location where they will be based.

Better Cotton is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to good practice and transparency in the management of natural, human and financial resources.

Better Cotton has a zero tolerance approach to any attitudes or behaviours that put children or adults at risk of harm. Safeguarding incidents are acts of serious misconduct and are grounds for disciplinary action, up to and including, dismissal and referral to relevant authorities for criminal prosecution.

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