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Function: Corporate Resources Job ID #: 1043
Department: Community Investments Position Type: Full-Time
Education Required: See Job Qualifications Location: Boston, MA
Experience Required: See Job Qualifications

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The Community Investments Manager is responsible for initiating, supporting and collaborating on the design, strategy, implementation and measurement of a robust, well-coordinated community investments program, including volunteerism, first-generation college summer internship, corporate giving and other public service initiatives. If you are interested in applying a cover letter and resume are required.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Implement, maintain and measure the impact of an exemplary, seamless volunteer and service program, continuously deepening engagement and commitment of employee volunteers
  • Manage Volunteer Council governance and engage sub-committees and members as ambassadors
  • Promote and cultivate positive, sustainable relationships with external non-profit organizations that sponsor volunteer opportunities
  • Management and upkeep of the volunteer database and intranet site, tracking of volunteer metrics and implementation of creative employee recognition initiatives on a monthly basis
  • Collaborate with ERGs and supervisors of departments to create and coordinate specialty volunteer days
  • Develop and implement a strategy to gain awareness and recognition of the firm’s community investment efforts through collaboration with Corporate Communications/Technology on media, website and social media
  • Partner with Director to design and administer the Undergraduate Summer Internship Development (USID) program, including the sourcing and recruitment of candidates 
  • Collaborate in the development of innovative content and session materials for the USID program
  • Assist in the instruction of professional development sessions for USID program
  • Collaborate with Finance on the non-profit giving budget and agenda development for quarterly committee meetings
  • Develop and implement metrics to assess giving trends within the company
  • Identify advancements and evolving trends amongst our peers and within related industries (philanthropy, social media, volunteerism, public service, tracking software)
  • Propose ideas relating to creative events which cultivate and leverage our non-profit relationships
  • Attend non-profit fundraisers, including early morning breakfasts and evening events

  • Bachelor’s Degree with Master’s Degree a plus
  • Minimum of ten years of relevant experience working in a fast-paced corporate environment and Corporate Social Responsibility department
  • Prior experience managing successful CSR intiatives strongly perferred
  • Demonstrated ability to create project plans in order to assume ownership of initiatives from start to finish
  • Proactive and flexible with a critical eye to continual improvement
  • Proven organizational and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to work well with others, lead by example and contribute to a collaborative and supportive team
  • Exceptional, demonstrable communication skills, both verbal and written
  • High attention to detail, with exceptional proofreading skills
  • Strong initiative, interpersonal and team skills
  • Extensive experience with Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint & Word and willingness to learn new technology systems
  • Ability to multi-task and work well under deadline pressure
  • Healthy sense of humor, positive outlook

Loomis Sayles Benefit Overview

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

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