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CSR Jobs Now Available In Corporate Community News


29 November 2007 at 2:25 pm
Staff Reporter
Pro Bono Australia is introducing a new CSR Job Service to our regular news services - giving prominence to your employment needs. Companies can now advertise any type of corporate-community or CSR vacancy. Pro Bono Australia founder, Karen Mahlab says research has been undertaken by PBA to identify key corporate players and their positions and therefore our news service distribution to people involved in CSR is unique. CSR Jobs can include - Supply Chain Management, Volunteer Program Management, Human Resources, Environmental and Sustainability positions, workplace giving programs, Corporate Foundations, CSR Reporting, Cause related Marketing, community relations, Corporate Affairs. Our Jobs service is very timely. ACCSR has released Australia's first survey on the role of the CSR Manager. The research report suggests that the CSR job market could grow by up to a third in the next 12 months, placing this small but rapidly growing management function firmly on the corporate map

Staff Reporter | 29 November 2007 at 2:25 pm


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CSR Jobs Now Available In Corporate Community News
29 November 2007 at 2:25 pm

Pro Bono Australia is introducing a new CSR Job Service to our regular news services – giving prominence to your employment needs.

Companies can now advertise any type of corporate-community or CSR vacancy.

Pro Bono Australia founder, Karen Mahlab says research has been undertaken by PBA to identify key corporate players and their positions and therefore our news service distribution to people involved in CSR is unique.

CSR Jobs can include – Supply Chain Management, Volunteer Program Management, Human Resources, Environmental and Sustainability positions, workplace giving programs, Corporate Foundations, CSR Reporting, Cause related Marketing, community relations, Corporate Affairs.

Our Jobs service is very timely. ACCSR has released Australia’s first survey on the role of the CSR Manager. The research report suggests that the CSR job market could grow by up to a third in the next 12 months, placing this small but rapidly growing management function firmly on the corporate map.

For $200+GST the job specifications will be distributed to over 2,500 people working in CSR nationally, via the Corp News (monthly) and 18,000+ in the Not for Profit and community sector via the NFP news (fortnightly).

To book, just fill out the attached form and email it to jobs@probonoaustralia.com.au or email this address for further information.

Currently our jobs page receives over 14,000 unique visitors (and potential candidates) each month. Advertising CSR vacancies in the Corp news will ensure a very targeted distribution to the right people in the sector.



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