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JP Morgan Chase - Senior Role - Corporate Social Responsibility (8-10 yrs)
- JPMorgan Chase believes more people should have access to opportunity and the chance to move up the economic ladder, particularly in the world's cities, where the benefits of revitalization are not reaching everyone. To achieve this mission, we have reimagined our approach to corporate responsibility: We combine a data-driven, strategic focus with what we believe are the essential inputs for creating lasting impact in our communities. This model is yielding real results, and we hope it can serve as a template for others seeking to address social and economic challenges. Our global initiatives are focused on the key drivers of inclusive growth, and we are making big, long-term bets that directly leverage our firm's worldwide presence, talent and resources.
- Given the rapidly growing economy of India and its enormous potential, our philanthropic mission in the country is to help to ensure that this growth is inclusive. Through our Global Philanthropy initiatives we aim to expand economic opportunities for the excluded by equipping youth with marketable skills and building the financial capabilities of vulnerable and low income populations across the country.
- The Global Philanthropy function sits within Corporate Responsibility. There are two regional hubs for international markets, one headquartered in London for EMEA/LATAM and one in Hong Kong for Asia Pacific region. The Asia Pacific (APAC) team of Global Philanthropy includes members also present in Mumbai to support the Corporate Social Responsibility commitment required by Indian law. The incumbent in this role will therefore be based in Mumbai reporting to the Head of Corporate Social Responsibility for the country.
- Grant relationship management - Manage and develop programs that advance the firm's philanthropic ambition and align local economic inclusion and CSR priorities with the focus areas of Global Philanthropy, in particular in the jobs and skills space in India. Work with internal and external stakeholders to build synergies and effectiveness to drive the maximum possible social and financial impact of the philanthropic programs.
- Portfolio development - Identify innovative initiatives that bridge the gap between the skills needed by employers in growing industries with the skills possessed by vulnerable community members.
- Data and reporting -Manage the India grant portfolio data and reporting for international, regional and country and statutory requirements. Track, monitor and publish dashboards on requisite data points.
- Employee engagement and volunteering (EEV) - Collaborate with the India EEV lead on to identify synergies with grantees and volunteering
- Communication - Share best practices at the regional and international level. Provide updates, briefings and measurements to ensure that key stakeholders and in particular the local and regional governance committees are well informed and that our work is well positioned, visible and high quality.
- Bachelor's Degree (Masters preferred) in economic development/social sector, an international degree is a plus
- 8-10 years of experience in grant making and management in India (including direct community engagement) with a significant part of it being in skills, education, economic development or economic mobility changes
- High degree of proficiency with data analytics, reporting, planning and presentation tools
- Ability to conduct research and analysis, collaborative, self-motivated and ability to work both in a team as well as in independent context
- Flexible to travel extensively to project sites to monitor progress and ensure timeliness and quality of implementation