The Director, ESG Reporting is responsible for the development of PayPal’s ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) public disclosures, including an annual report, proactive communications, and responding to inbound ESG inquiries on behalf of PayPal.
The ESG Reporting Lead is responsible for the development of PayPal’s ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) public disclosures, including an annual report, proactive communications, and responding to inbound ESG inquiries on behalf of PayPal. This is a role that requires a thorough understanding of various ESG topics and reporting frameworks. Working across various business units, the ESG Reporting Lead will be responsible for coordinating the collection and monitoring of relevant ESG data to supportinternal and external reporting, and supporting respective ESG strategies, goals, and targets. This position will report into the VP, ESG/Company Secretary.
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