Manager, Technology and Human Rights

BSR - Business for Social Responsibility

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  • Vester Voldgade 8, 1552 Copenhagen V, Denmark
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Stilling: Manager, Technology and Human Rights
Ansættelses­forhold: Fuldtid
Ansøgnings­frist: 01.01.1970
Tiltrædelses­dato: 01.01.1970
Geografi: Udlandet/Andet
Oprettelses­dato: 16.05.2022
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BSR is a global nonprofit organization that works with its network of more than 300 member companies to build a just and sustainable world.

From its offices in Asia, Europe, and North America, BSR develops sustainable business strategies and solutions through consulting, research, and cross-sector collaboration. Visit for more information about BSR’s 30 years of leadership in sustainability. 

We are proud to say that we have a team of some of the most talented and motivated people working on sustainability in our global offices in Copenhagen, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, New York, Paris, San Francisco, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo. 

BSR is also a founding partner of the We Mean Business coalition, a group of business-facing organizations that collectively works with thousands of businesses and investors to accelerate the transition to a net zero economy.  

Position Overview 

The Manager, Technology and Human Rights, will be part of BSR’s Technology and Human Rights team, with a focus on managing projects for companies based in the U.S. and EMEA.  The Manager will work collaboratively across BSR’s industry teams, with an emphasis on Information and Communications Technology (ICT) given the predominance of technology companies in the U.S. and EMEA.

BSR’s global consulting work covers a range human rights issues, including assessing the human rights impacts, risks, and opportunities of companies; developing mitigation strategies, policies, and impact management plans; developing remediation plans; supporting on human rights reporting and stakeholder engagement efforts; addressing human rights in the supply chain.

The manager will also be a part of the larger San Francisco consulting team and may support other sustainability projects beyond human rights as needed.

The position is full-time, based in New York, San Francisco, Copenhagen, Paris or Remote in these Countries.

Project Management (75% of total time): The Manager will assume responsibility for managing member relationships and projects, especially on human rights topics in the ICT sector.  This will require:

  • Managing several projects concurrently
  • Leading the intellectual agenda for projects, shaping the direction for what the project should achieve and how to get there
  • Maintaining day-to-day company relationships
  • Preparing for and leading workshops
  • Leading and guiding production of company-ready work products
  • Managing the project team of BSR colleagues (typically 3-4 people)
  • Developing and managing to a clear project timeline and budget
  • Ensuring consistent delivery of best-in-class work products

BSR leads several human rights collaborative initiatives and the Manager will be expected to make a significant contribution to their success, which may include project managing one or more BSR collaborative initiative.

Business development and thought leadership (25% of total time)The Manager will work with the Technology Sector Team and Human Rights Team and other Industry Directors to grow the existing relationships and build new opportunities. This also includes contributing to BSR’s research, thought leadership and external engagement. The manager will also be responsible for building/maintaining relationships with the Business and Human Rights community in Asia.


At BSR we have implemented a transparent total compensation framework with an emphasis on internal equity.   In order to maintain our equity our hiring ranges are below for this position. Location adjustment will apply if successful candidates resides in New York, San Francisco or Paris.

US $102,058

France € 74,557

Denmark 611,724 kr



  • Relevant work experience in a high-performing, fast-paced and challenging environment.
  • Experience working on Business and Human Rights issues, which could include consulting to companies on human rights, working in civil society organizations on Business and Human Rights, implementing human rights programs in the field, or undertaking and publishing significant research on Business and Human Rights Issues.
  • Experience working with or understanding of the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry, with a high level of understanding of trends in the technology industry and an enthusiasm for technology is preferable
  • Consulting experience and/or proven ability to perform the key functions of a consultant, including: developing and maintaining client relationships; pursuing and creating business opportunities; and managing multiple projects under tight deadlines.
  • Well-developed leadership and people skills, including a demonstrated ability to enhance the skills and effectiveness of other team members.
  • Proven track record of success in working with business in a client/customer-facing position. Well-developed interpersonal skills for high-level interaction with members and other companies. 
  • Experience managing multiple, disparate projects simultaneously. 
  • High degree of fluency in English required, with fluency in a second language strongly preferred and encouraged.  
  • Excellent presentation and facilitation skills. Strong organizational skills. 
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills (i.e. structured, concise, impactful).
  • Willingness to undertake up to 15% business travel.
  • High ethical standards and commitment to BSR core values of leadership, respect, and integrity. 
  • Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation. 


BSR is committed to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. As a global organization, BSR strives to represent a culmination of different perspectives, backgrounds, cultures, and ideas. BSR encourages employees to be themselves and share their unique stories, as these initiatives foster a global environment of creativity, forward thinking, and open-mindedness.  These values drive the innovative work of our staff and support BSR’s overarching mission to build a just and sustainable world. 

At BSR, discrimination because of age, race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and/or related medical conditions), gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, or any other status protected by regional laws, is not condoned. BSR strives to maintain a fair and inclusive working environment. Thus, these factors do not influence recruitment, performance management processes, and project assignments. BSR aims to support necessary accommodations and has a zero-tolerance policy for discriminatory behavior and retaliation in response to the needs of our employees. anvender cookies, som vi bruger til at huske dine indstillinger og statistik m.m. Når du fortsætter med at bruge websitet accepterer vores nye cookie- og persondatapolitik. Læs mere