Completes assigned activities pertaining to the Global Philanthropy program, developing, managing, planning, and administering in one or more of the following areas: the U.S. and international Community Partnership program, foundations or non-foundations related grant and sponsorship programs or operations, finance and infrastructure. Applies significant industry knowledge to provide input on program-related policies, procedures, and guidelines. May perform project management activities for the Global Philanthropy program. May research regional and national social issues to identify interventions and community partners best suited to achieve outcomes and reach philanthropic employee engagement goals. Identifies engagement opportunities for employees. May be responsible for development of skills based volunteerism and launch of Pro Bono employee engagement programs. Often manages and leads agency/vendor team meetings, develops project plans, ensures compliance with industry and company standards. Manages relationships with partners/donors, assesses potential new partners, and determines the feasibility of new sponsorships and other initiatives. May contribute to emergency disaster response/relief efforts. Takes initiative and may lead a major philanthropy relationship or program. Provides guidance and may serve as a team lead for less experienced professionals. Executes complex activities to support increases in employee giving, volunteering, and participation in fundraising programs. May contribute to donor outreach to donor contacts, and manage medium-sized vendors, online sites, or complex grant programs. Addresses issues escalated by less experienced professionals and appropriately determines which issues require escalation to more experienced professionals. Serves as a member of the Global Philanthropy leadership team that recommends global program enhancements and guidelines. Manages the review, approval, evaluation, tracking, for volunteer and team fundraising for Community Partnership or other programs. Provides guidance related guidance to employees and project managers related to project planning, budget and philanthropic/social investing investing opportunities, liability issues, etc. Contributes to the development of new programs, sponsorships, community ads, and/or improvements to Community Partnership online sites and Philanthropy systems. Participates in the development of impactful, often sensitive internal, external, promotional, financial, and donor communications, among others, relating to new Global Philanthropy activities and initiatives. Conducts research and data analysis to assess the need for new initiatives, online site, and/or funds collection/disbursement improvements. May track complex KPIs in the appropriate databases to monitor functional goal/objective achievement. Contributes to reports on Global Philanthropy activities. May provide advice and counsel to team members, business resource groups and management team regarding skills based volunteerism and pro-bono engagement opportunities. No direct reports. May provide work guidance to less experienced colleagues. Begins to lead small, limited impact projects. Work is limited to team/area impact. Modified based upon local regulations/requirements. Bachelor's degree in a related discipline or equivalent combination of education and work experience required. 5-7 years of total work experience preferred. Background in a philanthropic function preferred.
BNY Mellon is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
Primary Location: United Kingdom-Greater London-London
Job: Communications/Corp Affairs
Internal Jobcode: 85443
Organization: Corporate Affairs-HR08291
Requisition Number: 1808829