Your career in business and human rights.
Creating pathways into careers in business and human rights is a natural extension of our mission to educate and inspire the next generation of business leaders. We regularly consult with Stern students and others about getting started in the field. We encourage students and recent graduates to take a broad view of their careers and to explore possibilities in business, public service, and civil society.
We post full-time opportunities here that may be of interest to those seeking to build careers in this exciting field. For part-time student opportunities with the Center, take a look at our Fellowships page.
If you're an employer with an interest in hiring business students with human rights credentials, we'd love to hear from you. If you're a Stern student who has progressed to the interview stage for one of the below opportunities, please get in touch! Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sustainability Data & Reporting Intern will provide analytical and tactical support for all sustainability data related needs including delivery of new tools, processes and platforms to evolve capabilities in sustainability data, analytics, reporting while ensuring appropriate data governance processes are in place. An opportunity to transition to a full-time position will be based on performance.
We’re looking for an exceptional individual to join us at the Director level, reporting to the Managing Partner & CEO (with strategic leadership from the Senior Partner, 100% Human at Work), to take a key leadership role with our 100% Human at Work Initiative. The core focus of the role will be driving forward key work-streams focused on: Diversity (gender equality and LGBT rights), Migrants & Refugees, and the Hidden Workforce.
The Social Accountability Manager in the iSoSu Team must have a passion for social impact and will work to facilitate embedding the RSP principles into our operations globally and hold ourselves and our extended supply chain accountable. The Manager will work with the team to develop new and innovative means of effectively evaluating performance and most importantly promote real change within our supply chains.
The Managing Director will partner with the CEO and staff to shape the strategic direction and growth of MIE, helping to capitalize on the organization's recent successes and momentum. This is an ideal opportunity for a strategic and entrepreneurial leader to influence the growth and development of the preeminent network of foundations and other mission-aligned impact investors. Reporting to the CEO and managing a team, the Managing Director will oversee core organizational functions and serve as a key external voice for the organization.
The Licensee Compliance Lead Specialist will partner with cross-functional business heads to champion and implement an NB strategy and road map to improve licensee social and environmental compliance across the business supply chain. This position is also responsible for managing the relationships, communications and training of NB licensees related to NB social and environmental compliance requirements and managing the contracts and relationships with all related service providers. The Licensee Compliance Lead Specialist will also support, as appropriate, broader department initiatives designed to meet NB global supply chain compliance strategic goals, as well as conduct research and benchmarking on leading practices in licensee/supplier compliance management.