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Corporate Enforcement Manager - Latam

Sinergia Animal

Sinergia Animal


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About the Role

We are seeking an experienced Corporate Enforcement Manager (Latam) to join our team. In this role, you will be responsible for liaising with companies, gathering transition information, and creating comprehensive reports. 

Your responsibilities include but are not limited to:
* Adding new committed companies to the Cage Free Tracker database, updating the contact list with new executives or new contact information, and updating the website questionnaire if necessary.
* Assessing and analyzing the collected data, and generating meaningful statistics and key insights to be included in a comprehensive Cage Free Tracker report.
* Conducting thorough research, including reviewing public reports on websites. 
* Scheduling and facilitating meetings with companies, fostering productive relationships, and gathering necessary data for reporting purposes.
* Regularly updating the Latam Cage-Free Tracker list, ensuring accurate and current information on companies' cage-free transition progress.
* Engaging with egg producers who have not yet transitioned to a cage-free system, encouraging and inviting them to start the transition. 
* Participating in the OWA working group, collaborate with other NGOs to share information and strategies, and ultimately increasing the number of company reports.
* Check the accountability channel on the OWA Slack to see if a company has already reported to someone else. 
* Collaborate with the communications team to develop and enhance our website and annual report to showcase achievements and impact.

About the Organisation

Sinergia Animal is an international animal protection organization working in countries of the Global South to reduce the suffering of farmed animals and promote more compassionate food choices.

We work in the low- and middle-income countries of the Global South — in Southeast Asia and Latin America — to reduce the suffering of animals exploited by the food industry and reduce animal product consumption by promoting more compassionate and healthy diets.

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