Corporate Responsibility Coordinator
Who we are
Founded in 1992 and with over 700 staff, Galliard is a property development, hospitality and management group overseeing mixed-
use, residential, hotel and commercial projects across London, Home Counties and the Midlands with a £369.8 billion portfolio of over 5,300 homes, 153 hotel rooms, 726,000 square feet of commercial developments under construction and a further 5,200 units in planning.
Weare currently looking to recruit an experienced Corporate ResponsibilityCoordinator to be based within the Human Resources department at our headoffice in Loughton.
TheCorporate Responsibility Coordinator will be responsible for supporting thedevelopment of the Group Responsible Business Strategy and coordinating therelationship between external and internal stakeholders who work closely withus across all of our construction schemes.
To understand the contractual requirements in relation to planning agreements, specifically Section 106 obligations, and to liaise with Construction teams and subcontractors’ in order to achieve these requirements across all projects
Topromote CR activities to media and stakeholders where appropriate
Inconjunction with the HR Director, lead the implementation of the Group CRStrategy
Engageand nurture relationships with CR partners, organisations and communities inorder to support the business strategy, acting as the primary contact forstakeholders
Tocollate and produce evidence for monthly board reports
Toliaise with Construction teams and subcontractors regarding S106 data requirementsand to ensure that all data / spreadsheets are collated, recorded and submittedin an accurate and timely manner using the appropriate systems, portals andspreadsheets
Todevelop and promote positive relationships with schools, colleges, charitiesetc. within the communities in which we work
Developand implement a regular programme of stakeholder meetings to discuss updatesand actions
Musthave previous experience in a CR / Reporting role within a busy officeenvironment
Shouldhave an excellent command of Microsoft packages, in particular Excel
Shouldhave good attention to detail
Willhave excellent written and verbal communication skills
Willhave strong time management and organisational skills
Musthave good reporting skills including collating, recording and analysing data
Willhave previous knowledge and experience of managing S106 requirements and socialvalue measures / outputs
Closing date for applications 18th October 2019