Lead Human Rights Impact Assessment at Freeport McMoRan
Phoenix, AZ, USA
$81.000 - $110.000
16 Nov → 16 Dec
Freeport-McMoRan is a leading international mining company with headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona. We operate large, long-lived, geographically diverse assets with significant proven and probable reserves of copper, gold, and molybdenum. The company has a dynamic portfolio of operating, expansion and growth projects in the copper industry. Freeport-McMoRan is one of the world’s largest publicly traded copper producers, the world’s largest producer of molybdenum and a significant gold producer. We have a long and successful history of conducting our business in a safe, highly efficient and socially-responsible manner.
We have the assets, the talent, the drive and the financial strength to provide attractive and rewarding careers of our employees. We encourage you to take the time to explore the opportunity to advance your career at Freeport-McMoRan.
Please note: This position has the possibility to work remotely up to 100% of the time. The position will require occasional travel to the Phoenix corporate offices and/or site locations. This position may be performed anywhere in the U.S. except California, New Hampshire, Michigan, Illinois and New York. Additional states may be excluded from remote work based on business factors. Should the position shift to in-office work in the future, the company will offer relocation benefits at that time should the position meet the established eligibility for these benefits.
Lead and execute the Global Human Rights Impact Assessment (HRIA) program and support a meaningful strategic approach to identifying and addressing salient human rights risks globally. Develop, manage and monitor all HRIA activity for the company, including both standalone HRIAs and integration of human rights in Environmental and Social Impact Assessments.
- Develop and oversee implementation of action plans resulting from HRIAs (to both support continual improvement of existing systems and processes and establish new measures to investigate, prevent, mitigate and/or remedy human rights risks and impacts, where necessary)
- Find, select and manage third party partners with regional expertise that can be effective partners over the longer term. This includes developing and managing budgets.
- Leverage existing stakeholder engagement mechanisms to report back to local stakeholders, as well as comparing results across sites to look for trends and opportunities to share best practices.
- Work with sites on key portions of assessments to mobilize project teams, tailor approaches to cultural contexts, and record outputs in data systems.
- Support operations globally in assurance and auditing related to human rights due diligence including annual program, customer inquiries and vendor or supply chain collaborations or investigations.
- Support Annual Sustainability external reporting in close collaboration with ESG Relations, including Human Rights data and narrative. Develop strategic approach to HRIA reporting externally across media. Complete related sections of annual sustainability benchmarks and reporting frameworks such as CHRB, SASB, DJSI and GRI. Support in development of Annual Reports to the Voluntary Principles Plenary.
- Maintain expertise on HRIAs and human rights due diligence standards globally. Participate in external forums to develop relationships and monitor emerging trends as well as influence standards development.
- Perform other duties as requested.
Requirements / Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree in Human Rights, International Development, Sustainability, Business, Law or related area and seven (7) years of experience in human rights, business and human rights, sustainability management or related field, including project management experience, or,
Master’s degree in Human Rights, International Development, Sustainability, Business, Law or related area and five (5) years of experience in human rights, business and human rights, or sustainability management, including project management experience.
Knowledge of internationally recognized human rights (Universal Declaration of Human Rights and/or International Bill of Human Rights and ILO Core Labor Standards) and human rights standards (UN Guiding Principles on Business & Human Rights)
Experience in human rights due diligence frameworks, execution, and analysis
Proven ability to be self-directed and work independently or in a team environment
Excellent customer service, interpersonal, and written and verbal communication skills
Demonstrate appropriate analytical skills, attention to detail and organizational skills
Able to prioritize tasks and work well under pressure
English language skills
Ability to build external networks to monitor and influence standards development
Experience working internationally
Experience in Human Rights Impact Assessment program/project management
Experience in Environmental and Social Impact Assessments
Experience in Responsible Production certifications
Spanish or Bahasa language skills
Location requires mobility in an office environment; each floor is accessible by elevator. Occasionally work will be performed in a mine, outdoor or manufacturing plant setting.
Must be able to frequently sit, stand and walk.
Must be able to frequently lift and carry up to 10 pounds.
Must be able to work in a potentially stressful environment.
Personal protective equipment is required when performing work in a mine, outdoor, manufacturing or plant environment, including hard hat, hearing protection, safety glasses, safety footwear, and as needed, respirator, rubber steel-toe boots, protective clothing, gloves and any other protective equipment as required.
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