October 2014

 

The Skoll Global Threats Fund (SGTF) seeks a Chief Operating Officer (COO). The COO will provide the business management for this entrepreneurial, growing organization. With oversight of day-to-day operations, the COO will design team-focused structures, processes, and accountability that align to strategy and enable the staff to work efficiently.

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The World Resources Institute is seeking a passionate, creative, and motivated internal candidate to spend half time (approximately 20 hours/week) as WRI’s internal sustainability manager. The sustainability manager will lead WRI’s internal sustainability program and ensure that they “walk the talk” and “lead by doing”. In this role, you will support WRI’s mission by ensuring that their internal actions reflect the external changes they strive for every day. You will lead WRI to successfully meet their GHG reduction targets and communicate the efforts both internally and externally. This position is located in Washington D.C.

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British Gas Business (BGB) is currently looking to appoint a Measurement and Verification specialist to support various current and potential Energy Performance Contracts across the UK. The M&V analyst will be responsible for the accurate analyses of data in order to evaluate the baseline, identify the true energy saving potential and demonstrate the actual performance. Communication of complex analytical techniques to clients and colleagues alike is essential for the successful implementation of the M&V strategy to make it accessible and understandable to all.

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This month on Triple Pundit, Shannon debunks one of the most common CV/resume writing tips: that it’s all about you. To get past this, she explains how to craft your CV as a marketing tool that will answer the hiring manger’s four key questions before they even ask.

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There are many factors to consider when deciding to make a switch into the impact field. However, when it comes to a trade off between your salary and your sanity, there is only sustainable choice. As someone who recently went through this process, I can tell you that you might surprised by how having less money could make you better off in the long term. When I started my career coaching business five years ago, I transitioned from a cushy corporate consulting job to a start-up impact career being self-employed. Yes, this change came with a huge pay cut. However, I also became my own boss and gained unmatchable flexibility.

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Samsung is seeking a Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility to lead corporate citizenship programs for the North America HQ’s Corporate Citizenship team. The Manager will devote efforts to align programs across the various North American divisions of Samsung to ensure synergy and also manage the planning, implementation and reporting for new and existing corporate citizenship activities. This position is based in Ridgefield Park, NJ.

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Dig Inn is looking for its first Brand and Marketing Manager to join their growing Support Team. They are a small, scrappy start-up food company so this person will be an entrepreneurial self-starter who is not afraid to think big and execute bigger. This position is based in New York, New York.

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Swarovski is seeking an enthusiastic, motivated and results oriented Corporate Responsibility Manager to work on a variety of projects spanning the company’s diverse operations which supports the mission of the Swarovski Corporate Responsibility Function. This position is based in New York, New York.

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Purpose is looking for a Strategy Director with a commitment to their social mission to join the rapidly growing corporate practice and internally diverse team. Strategy Directors work closely with the senior members of the leadership team and act as the lead Purpose representative with senior clients, partners and stakeholders. This position is located in New York, New York.

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Leadership or executive business coaching is a hot topic at the moment. Elite athletes don’t think twice about hiring a coach to help them perform that bit better, but the statistics show that coaching isn’t embedded in business norms. What’s interesting, though, is that almost all execs want it. Just look at the data!

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