Document Research Analyst
- Job Type
- Full Time
- Job Level
- Experienced (non manager)
- Bracebridge, ON
- Impact Area
- Impact Category
- Company Type
- Mission driven
About this position
The Document Research Analyst is responsible for creating country-specific human rights profiles for developing and emerging market economies to facilitate respect for human rights and a risk-free supply chain.
As a qualified candidate for this position, you will:
- Be familiar with social and / or environmental human rights and have a knowledge of international social development issues
- Be familiar with the UNGPs, the SDGs and their targets
- Be comfortable in discussions about human rights and children’s rights and know approaches to address sensitive and complex human rights issues in their political, ethnic, racial, gender and socio-economic dimensions
- Know corporate human rights due diligence practices
- Have a deep interest in how companies and their supply chains impact employees, contractors’ communities and society
- Be proficient in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
- Be able to analyze, interpret, and contextualize Recommendations and Observations on human rights from Treaty Bodies and Universal Periodic Reviews and to clearly and succinctly demonstrate business relevance
- Have excellent reading, writing and editing skills and be able to write evidence-based synopsis efficiently and effectively
- Have solid grounding in research fundamentals
- Be able to reach conclusions on possible causes and solutions to human rights issues in specific societies and systems
- Be able to process large volumes of information, distil key findings and involve team members where needed to ensure work is completed efficiently and successfully.
- Have 5-7 years experience working in an environment that would have allowed you to gain perspective and experience required of this position, possibly with an international development organization. Or perhaps you’ve worked as an investigative reporter on issues related to corporate accountability.
- Have relevant experience applying a human rights and / or children’s rights lens to your program environment, and development framework
- Have fieldwork and/or experience of working with potentially affected groups in a developing country
- Have strong interpersonal skills in order to work collaboratively
- Be inquisitive, energetic and organized
- Have a conscientious commitment to quality and integrity of product
- Be able to work under pressure and to prioritize
- Show initiative and have the capacity to work independently with limited supervision
- Have a University degree from a relevant faculty with some additional training in human rights, international politics, ethics, sustainability or business
- Have an excellent command of oral and written English
Company2Keep Inc. facilitates responsible business conduct by exposing human rights blind spots in supply chains helping companies avert an adverse impact on them, demonstrating respect for them - helping to advance them
We are currently recruiting for the position of Document Research Analyst. This full-time position is based in Bracebridge, Ontario – in beautiful Muskoka.