For nearly 60 years, Consumers International has been making a difference on the international stage for consumers. To ensure we continue to do this for the next sixty we need a strong team of dedicated and talented staff. Our staff team across the world are passionate, tenacious and determined to drive change for consumers.
Lead, Digital Consumer Policy
Location: Remote work with regular visits to Global Office in London (applicants must be UK based)
Duration: Full time
Application Details: Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lead, Digital Consumer Policy is a new role created in line with Consumers International new strategy. The Lead, Digital Consumer Rights drives the development of Consumers International’s Change Agenda programmes related to technology and digital issues including Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence and Responsible Data Governance. They will ensure we are constantly on the forefront of understanding consumers, their interests, challenges and environment, and the dynamics of policymaking at international level. They will develop and deliver relevant, innovative and impactful programmes bringing together consumer rights and system insight. They will be able to adapt quickly and enjoy building activity in an entrepreneurial environment.
Location: Remote work
Contracting for: Consumers International
Salary: Contractor basis/daily rate - upto £155 per day (dependent on experience)
Duration: 3 months from July to September 2021
Application details: Please share your CV, a covering letter and your availability to email@example.com with subject line ‘Data Analyst: Your Name’
Deadline for applications: 25th June 2021
Consumers International is building a global Consumer Protection and Empowerment Index to explore areas of the consumer experience previously untouched at a global scale. It will allow comparison over time of consumer protection and engagement internationally, and also between regions and individual countries as desired.
Consumers International is seeking an experienced data analyst to join our Global Consumers Protection and Empowerment Index team.
The data analyst will drive the creation and management of the data behind the index via collection, imputation, weighting and scoring. They will manage and lead on all aspects related to data analysis and provide input into the development of the index conceptual framework and its key indicators. They will ensure the index is being built using robust and innovative data sets that create unique insights and comparisons at the national and regional level.
Programme and Insight Development Specialist
Location: Remote work (UK based)
Salary: £32,000-40,000 pro-rata, dependent on experience
Duration: Full time (part-time will also be considered)
Application Details: Please share your CV and cover letter (explaining how you meet the person specification and list recent proposals you have played a central role in developing) with firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application Deadline: 4 July 2021, 18:00 (BST)