The PRI boasts a dynamic and influential team. It attracts talent from all around the world, and is a great place for people of all ages and backgrounds to pursue a career in responsible investment.
“If you care about social issues, if you care about the climate change challenges that you read about in the media, the PRI is a great workplace where you can have a real impact.”
The PRI aims to be a genuinely inclusive organisation. Our objective is to integrate equal treatment and promotion of diversity into all aspects of the PRI’s day-to-day life.
The PRI commits to:
Flexible working options make the PRI a fantastic place to work for people with young families, and all new parents are able to enjoy equal parental leave benefits, regardless of gender or sexuality. We promote secondments into other organisations for staff to gain broader experience and knowledge, and we offer internships to applicants of all ages.
The PRI has developed a set of values that describe the qualities it expects all its staff to show:
The PRI is recruiting a permanent Analyst of Environmental Issues in London.
The PRI/UNEP FI are looking for an experienced project manager with at least three years’ professional experience to support our flagship project, A Legal Framework for Impact
The PRI is looking for a London-based Website Manager to coordinate withn the Communications team to upload and manage content in a timely manner, among other duties.
The PRI is looking for a part-time Partnerships Administrator in London.
The PRI is looking to hire a London-based analyst of governance issues to start as soon as possible.
The PRI is looking for an interim Director of Events, responsible for implementing the PRI’s global programme of events, including the PRI’s flagship annual conference. The role is part-time (three days a week).
The PRI is recruiting an Australasia Network Manager