Are you an experienced social impact or community programming specialist who is passionate about creating and driving high-impact programmes and partnerships globally? Are you looking for a role where your creativity and innovation is encouraged and valued?
Acre is pleased to support a global law firm in its search for a Social Impact Manager to join their growing and ambitious global team. In this newly created role, you will play a pivotal role in creating and driving high-impact programmes and partnerships.
As the Social Impact Manager, your key areas of responsibility include:
Working with the social impact and broader team to refine and implement the firm's community partnerships, social mobility, fundraising and skilled volunteering strategies.
Working closely with support areas and senior stakeholders to drive key projects and play a leading role in the implementation of the skilled volunteering programme.
Maintain close working relationships with the responsible business and pro bono teams globally, to understand the programmes and ensure alignment on themes and approaches to partnerships and impact.
Ensure best practice and engaging reporting approach that integrates social impact into the wider Responsible Business and sustainability strategy for internal and external stakeholders.
In order to succeed within this firm, you will:
Lead on preparing key external social impact assessments and benchmarks, including the annual B4SI.
Be an experienced community partnership and social impact leader, with experience developing and implementing impact-driven partnerships to a very high standard, including fundraising strategies, ideally with experience in a professional services environment.
You will have a blend of community programming/third sector and corporate experience, be confident in tackling complex social issues and understand the role business plays in contributing to solving them.
This is an organisation driven by a culture of operating responsibly. Your work will impact the future and reputation of the firm itself, as well as the work they do with clients.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please send your CV to Ashleigh Polakiewicz at email@example.com, or phone 020 3148 8722.