"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 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. Working on responsible investment provides a window into how a sustainable global financial system can benefit investors, companies, the environment and society as a whole.
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.
- Principles Driven – The Principles underpin our work and provide an opportunity to contribute to a more sustainable society.
- Authenticity – We are true to our organisation, its mission and ourselves.
- Cooperation – We work together constructively with mutual respect and enthusiasm.
- Openness – We welcome diversity and expect transparency in our activities.
- Empowerment – We support and encourage each other to perform to the best of our abilities.
- Responsibility – We take ownership for our actions and outcomes.
- Free private healthcare
- Non-contributory pension of 6% *
- Critical health insurance
- 25 days holiday in addition to Bank Holidays and Christmas shutdown
- Flexible ways of working
All applications will be reviewed within two weeks of the close date and any applicants successful in securing an interview will be notified within three weeks of the close date. Owing to volumes received, it is not possible to respond individually to all applications on every occasion.
* The non-contributory pension will increase to 7% from 1 April 2018 (with a further 2% employee contributions matched by the PRI) and a final increase to 8% from 1 April 2019 (with a further 4% employee contributions matched by the PRI)
CONTRACT: Fixed term from early February until 28 September 2018
This newly created fixed term position will support the PRI events team in delivering our annual event PRI in Person, as well as the PRI Academic Network Conference which will take place in San Francisco in September 2018. Over 1000 delegates will attend during the four days of both events.
salesforce developer (part-time)
REMUNERATION: Depending on experience
CLOSING DATE: 5 January 2018
The Salesforce Developer will act as Solution Architect, bringing to bear a consummate knowledge of the capabilities of the Salesforce1/Force.com platform to design Salesforce solution (and incorporating when required) associated systems. This position is available immediately.
senior analyst - sustainable financial system (fixed term)
CONTRACT: 12 months, fixed term
CLOSING DATE: 12 January 2018
This new position will play a key role in delivering the PRI’s Sustainable Financial System Programme. The Senior Analyst will be responsible for managing individual projects, performing research and analysis, engaging with signatories and preparing reports to support the programme.
HEAD OF GOVERNANCE ISSUES
CONTRACT: Permanent, full time
REMUNERATION: 45-55K depending on experience
CLOSING DATE: 31 December 2017
The Head of Governance is a Team Leader role, with integral management responsibility for content, planning, staff and budget. The head reports to the director Investment Practices, ESG & Engagement. The role of a Team Leader is to ensure that their team functions meet, or exceed targets.
Intern - global networks & outreach
LOCATION: New York
REMUNERATION: Competitive not-for-profit
CLOSING DATE: 2 January 2018
The GNO team is responsible for investor and stakeholder relations and the acquisition of new PRI signatories. This role will ideally suit a recent graduate or a post graduate/master student with a degree in finance/economics/other relevant subject – with an interest in gaining experience in the responsible investment and institutional finance sectors.