Manager Corporate Responsibility
VicSuper
  • locationSydney, NSW
  • salaryNot disclosed
  • full-time 25 January 2021
  • locationSydney, NSW
  • salaryNot disclosed
  • full-time
Job Description

Want to be a force for good?
At Aware Super we believe that we do well through doing good. Finding ways to support our communities is part of our DNA and we have a track record of being bold and breaking new ground. We have always believed that we have a responsibility to invest in ways that deliver strong returns for members at the same time as improving our communities, building a more sustainable economy and supporting employment locally and globally.

Aware Super is one of Australia’s largest industry funds providing superannuation, advice and retirement solutions to those who teach, nurse, care, respond and help others in our communities. We offer a truly collaborative workplace that responds to rapid change, without losing sight of what is most important to us: our members. To learn more visit: https://awaresuper.com.au/member

About this opportunity
We are seeking an experienced and driven Manager Corporate Responsibility to join our Melbourne based Brand team on a 12 month parental leave contract. This position will focus on building community and social stakeholder engagement through strong advocacy designed to support Aware Super in reaching its goals while building its brand. In addition, the role will be responsible for:

Leading Corporate Responsibility initiatives relating to carbon accounting, responsible supply chain and Sustainable Development Goals;
Leading Aware Super’s Integrated Report;
Overseeing all Corporate Responsibility Communications; and
Supporting Corporate Responsibility Leadership initiatives.
How do you exceed our expectations?
You will be a highly organised forward-thinker, with demonstrated experience in applying corporate responsibility principles to build an organisation’s brand and reputation. In addition, you will also have:

Tertiary qualification (degree) in a relevant discipline (e.g. Sustainability, Corporate Responsibility, Marketing);
At minimum 5 years’ experience in Corporate Responsibility or sustainability fields;
Proven experience in annual report writing consistent with best practice Integrated Reporting;
Demonstrated ability to understand corporate commercial objectives and align the role that Corporate Responsibility plays to help achieve business goals;
Ability to engage with diverse stakeholders to positively influence outcomes;
Demonstrated understanding of complex environmental and social issues and the relevant international frameworks and standards;
In-depth understanding of climate change and the relevant frameworks; and
Demonstrated excellent stakeholder management skills and a proven ability to develop strong relationships.
Employee experience
We’re passionate about providing an employee experience that is full of opportunity for our people to develop and grow in their careers. We provide employee benefits that truly make our workplace the best place to work including generous leave offerings, salary continuance insurance, flexible working, professional and personal development and health and well-being initiatives.

The Aware Super difference
At Aware Super, we believe that diversity of thought, background and experience creates better outcomes for our people, members and communities. Our people are focused on creating a diverse and dynamic environment that embraces and values differences and enables our team to bring their whole selves to work. We are proud to be consistently recognised as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality and our CEO, Deanne Stewart, is a Pay Equity Ambassador. Our members are at the heart of everything we do, and we CARE deeply, DELIVER honourably, and LEAD bravely.

Applicants must have the right to work in Australia and will be subject to police and bankruptcy checks.

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Manager Corporate Responsibility

  • Job Details:
    Not disclosed AUD
    Sydney, NSW, Any
  • Key Dates:
    25 January 2021
    Last 8 days to apply
  • Industry:
    Superannuation and Insurance
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Job Description

Want to be a force for good?
At Aware Super we believe that we do well through doing good. Finding ways to support our communities is part of our DNA and we have a track record of being bold and breaking new ground. We have always believed that we have a responsibility to invest in ways that deliver strong returns for members at the same time as improving our communities, building a more sustainable economy and supporting employment locally and globally.

Aware Super is one of Australia’s largest industry funds providing superannuation, advice and retirement solutions to those who teach, nurse, care, respond and help others in our communities. We offer a truly collaborative workplace that responds to rapid change, without losing sight of what is most important to us: our members. To learn more visit: https://awaresuper.com.au/member

About this opportunity
We are seeking an experienced and driven Manager Corporate Responsibility to join our Melbourne based Brand team on a 12 month parental leave contract. This position will focus on building community and social stakeholder engagement through strong advocacy designed to support Aware Super in reaching its goals while building its brand. In addition, the role will be responsible for:

Leading Corporate Responsibility initiatives relating to carbon accounting, responsible supply chain and Sustainable Development Goals;
Leading Aware Super’s Integrated Report;
Overseeing all Corporate Responsibility Communications; and
Supporting Corporate Responsibility Leadership initiatives.
How do you exceed our expectations?
You will be a highly organised forward-thinker, with demonstrated experience in applying corporate responsibility principles to build an organisation’s brand and reputation. In addition, you will also have:

Tertiary qualification (degree) in a relevant discipline (e.g. Sustainability, Corporate Responsibility, Marketing);
At minimum 5 years’ experience in Corporate Responsibility or sustainability fields;
Proven experience in annual report writing consistent with best practice Integrated Reporting;
Demonstrated ability to understand corporate commercial objectives and align the role that Corporate Responsibility plays to help achieve business goals;
Ability to engage with diverse stakeholders to positively influence outcomes;
Demonstrated understanding of complex environmental and social issues and the relevant international frameworks and standards;
In-depth understanding of climate change and the relevant frameworks; and
Demonstrated excellent stakeholder management skills and a proven ability to develop strong relationships.
Employee experience
We’re passionate about providing an employee experience that is full of opportunity for our people to develop and grow in their careers. We provide employee benefits that truly make our workplace the best place to work including generous leave offerings, salary continuance insurance, flexible working, professional and personal development and health and well-being initiatives.

The Aware Super difference
At Aware Super, we believe that diversity of thought, background and experience creates better outcomes for our people, members and communities. Our people are focused on creating a diverse and dynamic environment that embraces and values differences and enables our team to bring their whole selves to work. We are proud to be consistently recognised as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality and our CEO, Deanne Stewart, is a Pay Equity Ambassador. Our members are at the heart of everything we do, and we CARE deeply, DELIVER honourably, and LEAD bravely.

Applicants must have the right to work in Australia and will be subject to police and bankruptcy checks.


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