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Corporate Social Responsibility Manager

Many companies are now incredibly keen to make sure that their practices, processes, products and procedures are ethical, sustainable and environmentally friendly. In short, they see themselves as having a ‘corporate social responsibility’ (CSR).

Corporate social responsibility managers are responsible for defining and developing the strategies which underpin a company’s CSR objectives. They conduct research, come up with ideas, develop policies, create detailed plans, build relationships with partner organisations, and then implement and coordinate a range of activities and initiatives which are designed to have a positive impact on the environment and local communities.

 

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This career information has been adapted from Prospects and National Careers Service

 

What The Job Involves

What are the key responsibilities for this position?

 

Key Responsibilities

Defining and developing the strategies which underpin a company’s CSR objectives. conduct research
Develop policies
Create detailed plans
Build relationships with partner organisations
Implement and coordinate a range of activities and initiatives which are designed to have a positive impact on the environment and local communities

 

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Entry Requirements

Undergraduate degree or an HND (Higher National Diploma) in any discipline
Studying a relevant subject, such as sociology, economics, human rights, can help you secure an entry-level graduate job.

What key skills and personal attributes help with this role?

Skills & Attributes

Ability to work independently and collaboratively with business heads and department leaders
Excellent written and verbal communications skills
Excellent organisational and project skills

How much can you expect to earn and what are the career progression options?

The following figures are intended as a guideline only.

Salary & Progression

Entry Level: £18,000- £23,000
Experienced: £30,000 - £35,000
Senior: £60,000 - £80,000
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