Empresa: Lloyds Register
Experiencia: Al menos 2 años
If you are a successful candidate, you will be able to fully deliver social compliance audits in various industry types with a strong focus on the food sector. You will interact with the client directly, clearly communicating data and information requests and findings. You are responsible for upholding LRs internal standards and ensuring the client is meeting the requirements of the specific standard.
What qualifications are required by our social auditing contractors?
You will have a minimum of 2 years social auditing experience, including SMETA
You will have completed a minimum of 100 social compliance audit days or you will have a minimum of 2 years experience in any other type of auditing, and 150 audit days, of which a minimum of 50 are social compliance audit days. Both of the previous to include at least 15 audits using the SMETA standard and at least 10 Audits or 40 audit days as an auditor in each of the following areas: Environment, Health & Safety (H&S), Labour Conditions (Social Accountability)
You will have delivery experience of both 2 and 4 Pillar SMETA audits
You will have demonstrable good working knowledge of social issues and associated country legislation where audits undertaken
You will possess technical or professional qualifications (internal/external) in social risk auditing e.g. Training qualifications in SMETA, SA8000 etc
You may be a Member of the Association of Professional Social Compliance Auditors (APSCA) preferred
You would ideally have experience in the food and beverage sector as a priority, alternatively, Manufacturing/Textiles/Processing/Engineering industry exposure
You will have a driving license
Additional spoken language skills are beneficial but not essential
What are the key responsibilities of our social auditing contractors?
You will carry out audits of varying length to scheme, client specific and brand standards
You will use clear written and oral skills throughout the audit process, to ensure findings are discussed and reported in a clear, articulate manner
You will be able to conduct professional meetings with senior management of the premises, summarising the process to be followed for the audit and findings at the end
You will be able to conduct confidential worker interviews
You will be able to ask open questions of site personnel to assess their understanding of procedures, as required in the audits
You will provide regular feedback to line manager on other considerations noted during the audit process, but not captured on the audit reports, so that continual client improvement can occur
You will manage time efficiently, from planning and scheduling work within agreed timeframes, to on-site delivery within the audit duration and start/finish restrictions
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