Environmental Social and Governance Senior Manager
With electric vehicles expected to be nearly 30% of new vehicle sales by 2025 and more than 50% by 2040, electric mobility is becoming a reality. ChargePoint (NYSE: CHPT) is at the center of this revolution, powering one of the world’s leading EV charging networks and a comprehensive set of hardware, software and mobile solutions for every charging need across North America and Europe. We bring together drivers, businesses, automakers, policymakers, utilities and other stakeholders to make e-mobility a global reality.
Since our founding in 2007, ChargePoint has focused solely on making the transition to electric easy for businesses, fleets and drivers. ChargePoint offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to create an all-electric future and a trillion-dollar market.
At ChargePoint, we foster a positive and productive work environment by committing to live our values of Be Courageous, Charge Together, Love our Customers, Operate with Openness, and Relentlessly Pursue Awesome. These values guide how we show up every day, align, and work together to build a brighter future for all of us.
Join the team that is building the EV charging industry and make your mark on how people and goods will get everywhere they need to go, in any context, for generations to come.
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Chief Operating Officer
What You Will Be Doing
The Trade and ESG Sr. Manager is a new, high-growth role overseeing ChargePoint’s roadmap for global trade compliance and environmental, sustainability, and governance reporting initiatives. By working closely with stakeholders across operations, finance, legal, sales operations, and business applications, the Trade and ESG manager will identify compliance opportunities, align reporting priorities, and recruit collaborators to drive projects to sustainable implementation. This is a position with high growth potential, starting with a focus on supply chain and product operations but with immediate tie-ins to the larger company via ISO14001 and sustainability reporting to customers, investors and regulatory authorities. Your primary areas of focus will include:
- Collaborating with the Company’s internal stakeholders (including Investor Relations, Operations, People Team, Legal and Communications) to develop an integrated and coordinated corporate sustainability reporting process, with objectives to enhance the Company’s reputation on global compliance and corporate responsibility environmental and social issues;
- Leveraging your knowledge of and experience with OFAC, UN, EU, and UK sanctions regimes and US export controls to manage the configuration and operation of customer and supply chain partner sanction screening applications and alert reviews;
- Partner with Finance (External Reporting) and Legal on compliance and ESG disclosure requirements for annual proxy statements, SEC financial reports and other regulatory disclosures, such as conflict mineral reporting, EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (EU CSRD), and the Canadian Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act;
- Partner with global supply chain, procurement, policy and logistics teams to provide oversight for supply chain compliance with published codes of conduct (RBA), sustainability compliance audits and reporting, and sanction compliance;
- Designing and advising on enhancements for trade compliance policies, operating procedures and technology control plans and ensuring compliance with all applicable US and international trade regulations;
- Advise executive team and internal stakeholder on regulatory changes (eg. US SEC, EU CSRD) and industry trends related to ESG compliance reporting, communicating information to relevant stakeholders, and integrating new requirements into reporting processes; and
- Establish and maintain programs with internal stakeholders to encourage awareness of global trade compliance issues and ESG initiatives to proactively identify trade risk and threats, and develop appropriate trade compliance controls.
What You Will Bring to ChargePoint
- Strong interest in global compliance, responsible sourcing, and ESG initiatives
- Understanding of common ESG metrics, data collection methods, and reporting standards
- Excellent project management skills and follow-through
- Uncanny ability to unite business processes and data
- Entrepreneurial spirit and bias to action
- Natural ability to build relationships and marshal disparate groups of people
- Ability to collaborate with teams locally, as well as over international boundaries, and demonstrated success working at all levels within an organization to achieve measurable results
- College degree in Engineering, Environmental Science, Public Policy, or Operations.
- Minimum 3 years project management experience in global supply chain compliance, ESG or CSR
- Knowledge of RoHs/REACH, conflict mineral reporting, supplier audit procedures and ISO14001 strongly preferred
- Familiarity with hardware products manufacturing preferred
ChargePoint is committed to fair and equitable compensation practices.
The targeted US salary range for roles at this operating level is $85,000 to $156,000. This range represents base salary and does not reflect equity, benefits or variable pay where applicable. Actual base salaries are based on several factors unique to each candidate, including but not limited to skill set, experience, certifications and specific work location.
We are committed to an inclusive and diverse team. ChargePoint is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based on race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, national origin, religion, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, marital status or any legally protected status.
If there is a match between your experiences/skills and the Company needs, we will contact you directly.
ChargePoint is an equal opportunity employer.
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