Project Manager, Corporate Responsibility (Fixed Term Contract)

London, United Kingdom
16 Oct 2020
05 Nov 2020


The purpose of this role is to develop and support the implementation of responsibility strategy across a range of social, environmental and governance topics.

*This is a fixed term contract opportunity.


  • Coordinate the company's approach to a range of social and environmental programmes.
  • Consult across a variety of business functions to facilitate end to end delivery of multiple work streams.
  • Analyse data from a range of internal and external sources to produce strategic papers in support of sustainability projects and strategy to inform senior managers and corporate decision-making.
  • Create data as required by linking across key elements of the business.
  • Produce ad hoc thematic research and analysis appropriate to corporate needs.
  • Analyse and interpret any results drawing inferences and making recommendations as required.
  • Produce reports and presentations for the VP of Responsibility and other team members.
  • Prepare for meetings and conferences as required.
  • Develop governance frameworks in line with agreed plans.
  • Maintain awereness of key developments externally in relation to Responsibility.
  • Represent Burberry in working groups and forums in order to feed information back to the business and drive partnership development in line with sustainability strategies.
  • General support to the responsibility team.


  • Excellent project management skills (to consultancy level).
  • Strong data management and analytical skills.
  • Great stakeholder engagement capabilities.
  • Good knowledge of techniques for planning, monitoring and controlling projects.
  • Strong skillset in powerpoint presentations and managing databases / spreadsheets.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Creativity, ability to continuously innovate.
  • Great connector and team player.
  • Courage to pick up new work, investigate the best options for the company and deliver high level briefing and action plans.
  • Great ability to connect and partner with regional colleagues.


Burberry is an Equal Opportunities Employer and as such, treats all applications equally and recruits purely on the basis of skills and experience.

Posting Notes: United Kingdom || Not Applicable || London || Corporate Affairs || Corporate Responsibility || n/a ||

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