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SLR – Corporate Citizenship

Job title Social Impact Network Manager
Location London
Salary range Competitive basic, comprehensive benefits, agile working
Sector Social Impact, Sustainability
Reference VN595
Date posted 10-May-21
Apply by 31-Aug-21
Contact Chris Macleod
Summary (Now part of SLR, Corporate Citizenship is a global consultancy on a mission to harness the power of business to create a better future for everyone. We work with companies to accelerate change towards a future where our society and planet can thrive. We Proudly manage the Business for Societal Impact Network.

Now part of SLR, Corporate Citizenship is a global consultancy and we are on a mission to harness the power of business to create a better future for everyone. We work with companies to accelerate change towards a future where our society and planet can thrive.  We proudly own and manage the Business for Societal Impact Network.

Business for Societal Impact (or B4SI, formerly known as LBG) is the globally recognised methodology used by hundreds of the world’s leading companies to articulate and measure their social impact. 

The B4SI EMEA Network is made up of over 100 multinational companies, who apply the B4SI Framework to plan, implement, measure and report on their social impact activities. 
Member companies are supported and managed via a team of account managers, who develop close relationships with their accounts to support on the above-mentioned activities, as well as identify opportunities to provide additional support and services in the areas of social impact consulting. 

Due to recent expansion and growth, the B4SI Team now seek an experienced social impact manager to join us full-time and lead and manage the B4SI EMEA Network.   

SLR are global leaders in environmental and advisory solutions helping our clients achieve their sustainability goals. We are a consultancy with over 1650 staff across 5 regions – including over 430 staff across Europe. SLR’s ‘one team’ culture is at the heart of our business; providing a collaborative and supportive environment for professional development. Along with competitive salaries, our staff enjoy a comprehensive benefits package including a company pension and healthcare offering, travel and life insurance, critical illness cover and a structured career framework with regular reviews offering outstanding opportunities for progression. Alongside 25 day’s annual leave, SLR offer agile working which allows staff to tailor hours worked around core hours, and our family friendly policies help balance the needs of professional and family life. 

SLR will close the role when we have received a sufficient number of applications, so please do not delay in applying for the position.

To apply for this position please submit your application at: SLR Consulting is an equal opportunities employer but our expectations go beyond just complying with legislation. It is SLR's intention that active steps are undertaken to ensure that opportunities are open to all and that as a business, we continue to strive to promote diversity and inclusion and reduce the gender pay gap.


The role has the following key elements:

  • Managing the Network: You will lead the annual work plan for the Network in EMEA based in London ensuring high client retention. Activities which the EMEA Manager will be responsible for include:
    • strategic planning (creation of new and additional social impact services and tools for maximising value to clients)
    • service delivery (delivering all elements of the existing social impact service package to clients)
    • event planning (creating, hosting and co-delivering events, conferences and workshops aimed at engaging with and delivering value to B4SI clients in EMEA)
    • communications (ensuring all B4SI EMEA clients are kept informed of all B4SI-related developments)
  • Growing the B4SI EMEA Network: You will drive and participate in business development to attract companies to join the Network in the region and will work alongside others to promote the B4SI brand, identify prospective members and run new business activities. You will:
  • Manage a pipeline of prospective B4SI EMEA clients, and lead new business calls with them demonstrating your knowledge of social impact and what it means for business.
  • Host quarterly webinars aimed at introducing B4SI and its services to interested parties
  • Identify opportunities to promote the B4SI brand (e.g. at industry conferences, with strategic partnerships etc.) and pitch the B4SI service to prospective clients

Furthermore, the role of EMEA manager requires close team working to deliver on the multiple streams of work detailed above and based in the ‘S’ of ESG. The ability to both lead and participate in a team environment is a core element of the role. 

Skills required:

  1. Strong knowledge of social impact is required to understand client objectives, develop relationships and identify opportunities for supporting clients;
  2. Strong project management capabilities, managing multiple projects to timescale/budget with minimal supervision.
  3. Capable of leading an internal team and managing external relationships with clients
  4. Experience of developing/delivering corporate community investment programmes/strategies; measuring impacts of social programs and analysing and presenting findings; and conducting stakeholder interviews and working sessions would be advantageous.
  5. Excellent MS Powerpoint/Word/Excel skills and an analytical and detail orientated approach with stellar presentational skills capable of conveying information in oral and written form to a business audience.
  6. A strong influencer, with the ability to present and interact with decision makers, and to build and grow their own personal network in Corporate Responsibility/Sustainability