A corporate social responsibility (CSR) coordinator is almost the conscience of a company – championing, developing and reporting on the ethical, environmentally-friendly and community-minded side of the business.
Salaries typically range depending on location and level of responsibility. Salaries and career options improve with chartered status.
There are no specific entry requirements, although employers tend to prefer you to have a degree or equivalent if you’re an external candidate for a post.
It may be easier to take on the role if you already work in the organisation and have a background in education or community involvement.
Work experience or an internship with a charity, government or corporate organisation is one way to gain skills that can be used in a CSR role.
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