Work at Fairtrade

People are at the heart of what’s important at Fairtrade. Our people enable us to deliver more impact where it matters. 

While our regional offices are based in Australia and New Zealand our teams work extensively throughout Asia Pacific. We’re also connected with our colleagues around the world who support Fairtrade’s 1.65 million producers across 74 countries.

A career with Fairtrade could include anything from providing direct support to farmers and workers in developing countries, to helping promote the exciting work of Fairtrade or working alongside businesses to help put in place sustainable supply chains. We also have a team dedicated to ensuring the Fairtrade Mark is being used correctly and that our Standards are upheld.

Current vacancies:

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    Administration Officer

    Fairtrade Australia & New Zealand has an exciting opportunity for an administrative assistant to support our accomplished CEO's work. The ideal candidate will have a knack for ensuring a smooth flow of information between her office, the wider team and our external stakeholders through a vigilant management of email accounts and a schedule that includes a high amount of travel. This role also looks after the general office management tasks in our Melbourne/Docklands head office.


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    LICENSING MANAGER (PART-TIME, 3 DAYS/WK)

    The Licensing Manager at Fairtrade ANZ works collaboratively to maintain relationships with our licensees around the use of the Fairtrade Mark, the most recognised ethical label in the world. 

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    Marketing Campaigns Manager (3 month contract)

    Fairtrade is a dynamic, consumer driven, international movement. It links disadvantaged producers in developing countries with businesses and consumers in the developed world. Fairtrade is about business and trade – not charity. Fairtrade ensures the payment of a fair price for globally traded products and supports disadvantaged producers to access markets; enabling them to provide for their families and invest in local community development. Sales of Fairtrade Certified products are growing rapidly in Australia and New Zealand, and more and more businesses are signing up to use the Fairtrade Mark on their products. Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand is a not for profit company governed by a Board of Directors and is a member of Fairtrade International.