Students Create Career Profile Corporate Social Responsibility Representative Food badges: Education and Advocacy Marketing and Selling of Primary Products Holland Code: Help Every day, I know the work I do helps people and communities in a meaningful and impactful way. Connie Tamoto, Cargill In A Nutshell I create policies for our company to make sure we are doing business in a way that betters our communities, society, and employees. I communicate these policies and programs to employees of the company, and make sure everyone, all the way up to the highest level of management, is following them. I help make these policies and programs public knowledge, so the rest of the world can see what we’re promising, and hold us accountable to our commitments. Swipe Potential Salary Range $55,000 - 100,000 Annually Which provinces would this job be in? AB Alberta BC British Columbia MB Manitoba NB New Brunswick NL Newfoundland & Labrador NS Nova Scotia ON Ontario PEI Prince Edward Island QC Quebec SK Saskwatchewan I work in a fairly typical business environment, but I move around quite a bit when doing public outreach, meeting with charitable organizations and partners, or running workshops with employees or managers. Workplace Indoor Job Requirements & Duties Manage the company’s brand and reputation, inside and outside of the organization, and seek out charitable organizations to partner with that align with the company’s values Lead the success of social responsibility programs and make sure all divisions and locations are equally committed Research how company programs are similar or different to other companies across Canada and the world Analyze the impact that social responsibility programs are having and whether they’re successful Create materials to help spread the word of these programs across the business and to the public Plan and promote events to get employees excited about their role in corporate responsibility Stay within the budget that is given for social responsibility programs Education & Training A university degree in communication, business, marketing, public relations, or a related field, plus experience in the business world, is required. 100all Job Outlook People are starting to really care about the role companies play in society, so careers involving social responsibility are growing. Related School Subjects English Language Arts Career Education Social Studies What words come to mind when thinking about this career? Environment Sustainable Community Society Global Important Skills interpersonal-man-people-communication-Relation Interpersonal As someone who represents our company, I need to feel very comfortable talking with employees, government workers, management, non-profit and charitable organizations (basically anyone that wants details on how our company is working towards being a good corporate citizen in the communities where our employees live and work). Research I'm always trying to collect numbers and data on how our company is hitting its corporate responsibility goals, and seeking out programs and initiatives run by charitable organizations that show our company’s commitment to the community. Public Speaking I have to speak to the media or directly to the public about how our company is acting socially responsible. Physical It can take some convincing to get employees to realize they also play a role in the company’s social responsibility; being persuasive helps get everyone on the same team, and helps the public realize how seriously we’re taking our corporate responsibility commitments. Swipe The Best Things About This Job Are… Pays Well Helps Others Has Business Perks Improves and Protects the Environment Similar Careers Health & Safety Officer Human Resources Manager Helpful Links YouTube - What is Corporate Social Responsibility (#CSR)? Infographic - Corporate Social Responsibility CSR - The Business Case Career Glossary Policy Ethically References Corporate Responsibility Salaries. (2020). Corporate Social Responsibility in Canada. (2019). Corporate Social Responsibility Manager. (2020). Disclaimer All career information has been gathered from a variety of sources and compiled to provide a general idea as to what each career could entail. Agriculture in the Classroom Canada is committed to doing our best to ensure the information is current and reliable. However, we will not be liable for the accuracy of the information. Please contact us if you notice errors or would like to provide feedback.