Help us build and launch our sustainable fashion platform so that we can tackle inequality in the industry and help promote the wellbeing of society as a whole.
What we want the volunteer to do
We are looking to launch Collaberie, the first version of our digital fashion platform that enables users to collaboratively create, sell and design circular products that prioritise people over profit without sacrificing the environment.
Volunteers are highly valued and are central to our work and the realisation of our goals.
We are seeking a passionate Volunteer recruiter to help recruit, onboard and manage volunteers for our remote digital Volunteer network.
You will be responsible for running our volunteer recruitment drive, allocating responsibilities and retaining the best people.
The goal is to ensure that our organisation is always equipped with the best and most reliable individuals and that they are correctly utilised for the fulfilment of our mission.
A volunteer program with a recruitment pipeline to a community of passionate skills-based advocates.
Who will work with the volunteer?
You will be working closely with the Carma Co-Founders alongside other volunteers who will help with design and development.
The candidate should either be able to hit the ground running whilst seeking to stretch and grow their skills and experience or have a proven track record of managing people.
Your input will play a crucial role in defining how we present ourselves to our service users, funders, and the general public. Through your support, we hope to spread the word about our mission and build a circular fashion ecosystem that serves its people and communities first and foremost through social inclusion and shared prosperity.
Why care about the fashion industry?
Fashion is more than just glitz, glamour, and catwalks. Along its value chain, it employs more than 60 million people and clothes billions of people worldwide. Women comprise 60 to 90 per cent of total apparel workers, of whom an estimated 80 per cent are women of colour.
Due to its sheer size, the sector already faces numerous social challenges, including low wages, violence, harassment, and unsafe work conditions. Furthermore, the pandemic has dramatically affected the lives of women and young people working in the industry, negating any gains made in reducing forced labour and child labour and raising poverty levels.
By focusing on changing fashion, we can harness a $5 trillion industry to create an inclusive and equitable space that supports human wellbeing and the flourishing of society as a whole.