The Transition Minerals Analyst supports the mission of First Peoples Worldwide by serving as a subject matter expert for key issues related to the rights of Indigenous Peoples in the transition to a green economy. Spending considerable time with the SIRGE Coalition (Securing Indigenous Rights in the Green Economy), the Transition Minerals Analyst will track current events and issue trends related to transition minerals and Indigenous Peoples’ priorities; create written and verbal content for a variety of audiences; and coordinate work to support coalition and First Peoples’ goals. This role will interface between First Peoples Worldwide and external partners to analyze corporate policies, industry standards, and legal policies and regulatory standards, and will build internal and external expertise to further Indigenous priorities to be deployed via shareholder advocacy, investor and corporate capacity building, and Indigenous leadership training.

About First Peoples Worldwide

First Peoples Worldwide (First Peoples) is an Indigenous-led organization that translates on-the-ground impacts of investment affecting Indigenous Peoples to corporate decision makers. Having started the flywheel of Indigenous-centered corporate engagement in the 1990s, First Peoples Worldwide is a leader in deploying strategies to move the market towards respect for Indigenous People’s rights through the intersection of business, law, and finance. By building the business case for Indigenous Peoples’ rights and wellbeing, First Peoples increases corporate accountability, facilitates investor engagement aligned with Indigenous priorities, and supports Indigenous leadership to achieve self-determined economic goals. First Peoples Worldwide is housed at the University of Colorado Center for Native American and Indigenous Studies (CNAIS) within the Graduate School and is guided by an external Advisory Board.