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How to Write CSR Manager Job Description?

The right job description saves time, effort as well as budget since it attracts qualified talents to your opening. It also boosts brand recognition. Hence, it’s important to craft an effective job description for your talent acquisition efforts.

Use the following template to build an effective Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Manager job description for your Linkedin job post or any free job posting website.

Job Brief

As a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Manager, you will be responsible for developing, planning, and executing your company’s CSR program that supports employee engagement and strengthens the employee value proposition.

As well as, ensuring that the program enhances the company’s overall company reputation while bridging community and business goals to drive impact and gain external visibility.

Reports To

Marketing Manager, Marketing Director, Marketing VP, and Chief Marketing Officer (CMO).

Main Responsibilities of a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Manager

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Developing and executing CSR programs as well as conducting periodic program reviews to assess outcomes and effectiveness
  • Acting as the focal point for the Company’s CSR initiatives in the geography and building relationships with community partners and key stakeholders
  • Staying abreast of relevant research, trends in the areas of focus, and promoting best practices
  • Promoting employee volunteering initiatives in coordination with internal stakeholders
  • Working with Marketing and PR teams to drive internal engagement and promote storytelling
  • Driving budget & monitoring spending to deliver results in line with planned objectives

Key Requirements

  • You have a degree in Marketing, Business Administration or a related field.
  • You have prior experience within a similar role.
  • You have knowledge of the rules and regulations governing Charities, IPCs (Institutions of Public Character), best practices for CSR will be an advantage.
  • You have strong expertise in managing relationships, networks, and teams that include a diverse group of people representative of the public and private sectors, community-based organizations, nonprofit and civic leadership as well as program beneficiaries.
  • You have proven effectiveness in driving complex multi-stakeholder planning processes and cross-team projects to desired results.
  • You can seek out, understand and incorporate feedback from the underserved communities we want to serve.
  • You have excellent communication skills and the ability to distill complex information into simple messages and concise communication materials, tailored for the audience.

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