About FFSC

The mission of the Fair Food Standards Council (FFSC) is to monitor the development of a sustainable agricultural industry that advances the human rights of farmworkers, the long-term interests of growers, and the ethical supply chain concerns of retail food companies through implementation of the Fair Food Program (FFP), a unique worker-led, market-driven social responsibility program that emerged from the Coalition of Immokalee Workers’ successful Campaign for Fair Food. The FFP has been recognized by human rights experts as “the best workplace-monitoring program” in the US and “one of the great human rights success stories of our day.” To learn more, please see the FFSC’s annual report.

FFSC is based in Sarasota, FL; however, after an initial two-week onsite training period, there exists the possibility to continue in the position in a full-time remote capacity. Starting compensation is $50,000 annually, and is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Benefits include employer-paid medical, dental, and life insurance, a generous paid vacation policy, and an employer-matched 401(k) plan.

Responsibilities

  • Analyze and synthesize data from interviews, complaint investigations, and payroll/supply chain analysis;
  • Draft and fact-check detailed reports assessing compliance with the FFP Code of Conduct;
  • Design and review corrective action plans;
  • Work with FFSC investigators, attorneys, and senior staff to continually improve auditing methods and tools;
  • Conduct research and analysis on issues affecting farmworker rights, US agriculture, and the FFP;
  • Prepare data requests and reports from the FFSC database; and
  • Perform additional duties and projects as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Strong writing and critical thinking skills;
  • Strong attention to organization, detail, and accuracy;
  • Demonstrated experience drafting complex written analysis;
  • Ability to perform well in a fast-paced setting with irregular hours;
  • Ability to meet tight deadlines and handle competing priorities;
  • Ability to work well as part of a team and independently;
  • Demonstrated commitment to human rights;
  • Desire to work closely with people of different nationalities, genders, and education levels; and
  • Spanish- or Haitian Creole-language proficiency useful, but not required.

To Apply

Applicants should send a resume/CV and a cover letter describing interest in the position to Judge Laura Safer Espinoza at careers@fairfoodstandards.org. The subject line of the email should read Analyst Position. Please state in the body of the email where you found the position. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

FFSC is an equal opportunity employer committed to developing a workforce that reflects and can relate easily to the diverse populations involved in the Fair Food Program.