Internship opportunity!

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ChainChecked is growing rapidly, and we are looking to recruit an intern to help us in this exciting phase, to co-ordinate content and social media and to contribute to research. The intern will be joining a fast-moving, entrepreneurial and committed team at the crossroads of business and human rights.


Responsibilities include:

  • Managing our Twitter feed
  • Running a daily press review
  • Writing for the ChainChecked blog on a regular basis and co-ordinating content from external parties
  • Managing the website
  • Managing our newsletter
  • Researching the human rights-related landscape and identify opportunities in terms of business, content or advocacy
  • Work with the team in defining the tools for customers and conducting market research

As this is a small and growing company, responsibilities may expand or change depending on opportunities and additional skills a candidate could bring, so the environment is very flexible.


The ideal candidate would have:

  • Excellent writing skills
  • A good understanding of human rights issues in the global landscape and / or a good understanding of the business processes and supply chain in the global landscape
  • Proficiency in social media, especially tools around Twitter such as Tweetdeck, Hootsuite etc
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Ability to synthesize a vast amount of information in a concise and objective way
  • Good communications skills
  • Ability to take initiatives and work autonomously
  • We welcome applicants from various relevant backgrounds, including for example business, human rights, law or development

The internship would be for 3 months for a start as soon as possible.

This is a great opportunity to join a fast-moving company where the candidate would have a lot of autonomy and opportunities to learn many different aspects of a social business, and to make a positive impact in eradicating slavery.

If you are interested please send your cv and cover letter to

Good luck!


Today 35.8 million men, women and children are estimated to be victims of trafficking or forced or coerced labour in the world. In a global economy where resources and suppliers are spread around the world, slavery needs to be tackled both at local and global level. Businesses in particular can be one of the key driving forces in ending modern slavery. Since November 1st 2015, all companies with a turnover of over £36 million that have some activity in the UK are required through the UK Modern Slavery Act to release a yearly report detailing the measures they and their suppliers have put in place to eradicate slavery and what further steps they are planning to take.
ChainChecked creates tools that enable businesses to comply with the Modern Slavery Act in a simple and transparent way. We are committed to driving businesses to make a positive change in a positive way.