Associate – Compliance tools and advisory – Copenhagen, Denmark

Location: Copenhagen

Reports to: Manager lead for South Asia

Contract: Permanent contract

Period: 1 July – 1 August 2021

Position Overview

The Associate is responsible for conducting research and analysis, creating written material and presentations, and executing projects. The associate supports the team with focus on progressing and developing MACNs service offering to members, support on grant project work and develop MACN compliance tools and community solutions. These include, developing MACNs Third Party Community Platform and advance MACNs Integrity Training and eLearning. The Associate will also support research, writing, knowledge management, and will work in close relationship with the manager for South Asia to execute projects on the ground in this region.

  • Create different formats of member focused material e.g. prepare workshop materials, presentations, case studies and country profiles.
  • Conduct research and analysis on compliance practices, emerging issues and trends utilizing a wide range of sources.
  • Support senior colleagues in the development of work plans, schedules, and budgets for the delivery of projects.
  • Contribute to the content and design of working group meetings, training, and workshops, and ensure the accuracy of all materials.
  • Provide assistance on projects and assignments as requested.
  • Act as project lead for minor tasks and projects to support delivery withing set deadlines and timeframes

Qualifications

  • Master’s degree with 1-3 years of experience or equivalent education and experience.
  • Experience in Anti-Corruption and bribery compliance implementation (e.g. supported in-house compliance work or consultancy/law firm experience), compliance tool development, and tech are highly desired.
  • Strength in execution and successful implementation of projects
  • Experience of SaaS tools and mobile training solutions is a plus
  • Good understanding of data bases and SQL basics
  • Exceptional research, writing, and analytical skills.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Strong organizational skills and structured.
  • Fluency in English required, with fluency in a second language is preferred.
  • Excellent skills in stakeholder management
  • Independent and self-driven in fast paced international working environment.
  • Willingness to undertake up to 25% business travel when travel allows due to the pandemic.
  • Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation.

 

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Collective Action Manager, South Asia Lead – Copenhagen, Denmark

Location: Copenhagen

Reports to: MACN CEO

Contract: Permanent contract

Period: 1 July – 1 August 2021

ORGANIZATION

The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) is a global non-for-profit business network working towards the vision of a maritime industry free of corruption that enables fair trade to the benefit of society at large. Established in 2011 by a small group of committed maritime companies, MACN has grown to include over 150 companies globally, and has become one of the pre-eminent examples of Collective Action to tackle corruption.

MACN collaborates with key stakeholders, including business, governments, civil society, and international organizations to identify and mitigate the root causes of corruption in the maritime sector. To meet this objective, MACN implements Collective Action projects at port level that address both the supply and demand side of corruption. Several stakeholders, including the UN, OECD, DANIDA, Siemens Integrity initiative, UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Transparency International, corporate foundations and government agencies have recognized and financially supported MACN’s efforts to facilitate trade and combat corruption in the global maritime supply chain.

POSITION OVERVIEW

The Collective Action Manager will work in close cooperation with Associate Director for Global Operations & Industry Engagement and Associate Director for Collective Action & Partnership Development, communication resources, and MACN local Collective Action partners. The position will be primarily responsible for project execution of MACNs work in South Asia, and will lead and oversee the MACN South Asia Collective Action initiative covering India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Responsibilities will include compliance tool development, public-private sector collaborations, and in-country project execution. The position requires up to 30% international travel and regional travel across South Asia.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Project Implementation:

  • Lead Collective Action projects and manage a team of internal staff, project partners and external contractors
  • Lead, govern and oversee grant funded projects with established project work plans including working closely with MACN’s local partners to ensure success of the projects. This includes frequent travels to the countries in the area of responsibility and to engage with local project partners and external stakeholders.

Stakeholder Engagement

  • Plan and execute stakeholder engagement with the maritime industry, government representatives and civil society
  • Engage with the maritime industry beyond the MACN membership, driving and promoting MACN’s work and vision.
  • Supporting engagement and recruitment of regional companies to participate in MACN Collective Action initiatives.
  • Building a strong network of regional research-institutions and Anti-Corruption focused NGOs to promote partnerships for implementation and/or scale of MACN Collective Action projects.

Thought-leadership and External Communication

  • Report and communicate project results and impact through external communication and donor reports
  • Keep up with the latest developments in MACN’s areas of expertise and contribute to MACN’s published thought leadership.
  • Coordinate with the MACN communication lead to regularly review and suggest updates for website content on MACN as needed (homepage, events, articles, reports, etc.).
  • Act as the spokesperson for the Collective Action projects which fall under this position, speak at external events and conferences to promote MACNs work and mission.

Qualifications

  • 5-10 years of international project management and/or transport and logistics experience.
  • Master’s degree in a relevant field such as International Development, Law, Development Economics, Transport and Maritime related fields or other relevant area
  • Experience in anti-corruption, bribery compliance, Collective Action methodologies or related fields
  • Experience from managing complex grant projects, including donor reporting, financial management, auditing and overall grant compliance
  • Experience from working in South Asia, and international field work
  • Experience from facilitating public-private sector dialogue and engagement with civil society
  • Experience from the transport and logistics sector, and in particular the maritime and port sector
  • Ability to operate effectively and sensitively in a cross-cultural environment.
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to juggle multiple project deadlines.
  • High ethical standards and commitment to MACNs mission
  • Fluency in English required, and additional languages are a plus

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Manager, Member Relations (MACN) – Copenhagen, Denmark

ORGANIZATION

The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) is a global non-for-profit business network working towards the vision of a maritime industry free of corruption that enables fair trade to the benefit of society at large. Established in 2011 by a small group of committed maritime companies, MACN has grown to include over 150 companies globally, and has become one of the pre-eminent examples of Collective Action to tackle corruption.

MACN collaborates with key stakeholders, including business, governments, civil society, and international organizations to identify and mitigate the root causes of corruption in the maritime sector. To meet this objective, MACN implements Collective Action projects at port level that address both the supply and demand side of corruption. Several stakeholders, including the UN, OECD, DANIDA, Siemens Integrity initiative, UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Transparency International, corporate foundations and government agencies have recognized and financially supported MACN’s efforts to facilitate trade and combat corruption in the global maritime supply chain.

POSITION OVERVIEW

The Member Relations Manager operates as an integral part of the global MACN team and will work together with CEO and the team, regional resources, communication resources, and students. The position will be primarily responsible for leading on member engagement, recruitment, managing MACNs member system, support Board papers, meetings, and all member related meetings as well as support on grant governance and project execution.

Member engagement:

  • Design, manage and lead MACN’s recruitment strategy
  • This includes coordinate with the MACN communication lead and MACN Board
  • Regularly review and suggest updates for website content on MACN as needed (homepage, events, articles, reports, etc.).
  • Be responsible for MACN CRM system (maintenance and improvements)
  • Develop MACNs value proposition and service offering together with MACN communication lead and the rest of the team

Finance and governance:

  • Work closely with MACN CEO, Financial Controller, to support grant governance and reporting
  • Arrange and support Board meetings
  • Take notes, propose agendas and lead on Board related communication and MACN governance material

Event planning:

  • Support MACNs Collective Action program with planning events, meetings, and content
  • Lead planning for MACN member meetings and webinars (global and regional)
  • Scheduling and managing calendars for specific meetings

Daily operations:  

  • Managing office communications—fielding organizational phone calls, emails, and traditional mail
  • Maintaining office services, including IT resources and facilities
  • Lead on student and employee onboarding and off boarding
  • Support on coordinating travel plans and completing bookings
  • Representing office interests in relationships with external associates, including vendors, consultants, and members
  • Support with accounting and booking keeping activities
  • Providing as-needed support to CEO and the team

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