Assessor, RBA

South & Southeast Asia-SEA · Malaysia, Malaysia
Department South & Southeast Asia-SEA
Employment Type Full-Time
Minimum Experience Mid-level

Summary

  • The role of assessor is to critically assess the environmental, health & safety, and labor conditions for workers in manufacturing settings across industries.
  • Assessor will be expected to critically analyze facility practices against local laws, client codes of conduct, and best practices alone or under supervision of supervisor.
  • Expected to meet Key Performance Targets related to report turnaround time, report quality and management KPIs as per the annual goal setting.

 

Essential Duties

  • Undertake general and basic social compliance assessments based on ELEVATE social compliance assessment procedures and specific client expectations outlined in Field Instruction (FI).
  • Deliver quality report according to ELEVATE and client protocols and timelines;
  • Maintain knowledge of ELEVATE social compliance assessment procedures and local labor laws;
  • Interactions primarily with internal team members, such as training, coordinator and administrative. Maintain knowledge of ELEVATE social compliance assessment procedures and local labor laws.
  • Work with team members(co-assessors) to accomplish tasks during on site assessment and reporting process.
  • Adhere to all company policies relating to integrity and confidentiality of information.
  • Stay high integrity for schedule leakage, unhealthy consultant on site and bribery attempts. Adhere to all company policies relating to integrity and confidentiality of information.
  • Other assignments as needed.

 

Qualifications

  • College graduate, major in Law, English, Safety engineering, Environmental Engineering, Chemical Industry, Textile or related discipline.
  • Knowledge of international, national and local laws and standards that apply to labor compliance. Awareness of prevalent issues in the region that require sensitivity, or further investigation.
  • Able to competently undertake processes specific to supplier compliance assessments, including but not limited to conducting sensitive and confidential worker interviews, reviewing worker records, and performing wage tests and calculations.
  • Experience in assessments related to forced labor/ immigrant workers is preferred.
  • Good command of reading and writing English
  • Ability to travel frequently locally and abroad.
  • Proactive, open-minded, good at learning, able to work under pressure with a strong sense of responsibility and teamwork
  • Highest level of personal and professional integrity and ethics.
  • Independent, well-organized and detail-oriented
  • High degree of proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Internet-research / reporting / analysis tools.
  • Preferably having APSCA RA auditor status.

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  • Location
    Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Department
    South & Southeast Asia-SEA
  • Employment Type
    Full-Time
  • Minimum Experience
    Mid-level