In my job search I've seen positions in "corporate responsibility" or "corporate social responsibility" being advertised here and there. They often involve helping companies identify and develop sustainability programs, charitable giving, and advertising the results to the public. It's not "planning" work per se, but there are definitely elements that I believe planners can incorporate from their education/experience that may help them in these types of positions (sustainable practices and interaction with public agencies to name a couple of elements).
I'm just wondering if anyone on here has thoughts on these types of positions and whether anyone knows someone with a planning background that works in corporate responsbility? It's possible that there is no nexus between planning and social responsibility and that I may be seeing something that isn't there, so I wanted to solicit responses from others who may have more insight.