The Council of Institutional Investors is seeking a full-time analyst for an opening in Washington, DC.
Duties largely consist of extensive investment and corporate governance research; and in-depth analysis of investor-related issues pending on Capitol Hill and at key regulatory bodies such as the Securities and Exchange Commission and Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, as well as various stock exchanges. At the direction of senior staff, analysts may also engage member funds and key policymakers and their staffers to advance the Council’s dual mission of education and advocacy.
Applications must be received on or before the close of business on March 15, 2010, and must contain the following: (1) a cover letter; (2) a resume; and (3) a two-page writing sample of the candidate’s own work—no group projects please. The writing sample may be an excerpt from a previous project. Candidates who submit writing samples exceeding two pages will not be considered. Further details on Craig’s List. Wow! This the opportunity of a lifetime for the right person.
The Ethical Performance Recruitment site has updated CSR and sustainability vacancies. Vacancies recently listed:
- Head of Programmes – Ethical Trading Initiative, London, UK
- Global Sustainability Analyst – Mattel, El Segundo, US
- Ethical Trade Executive – Primark, Dhaka, Bangladesh
- Client Account Manager – Animal Welfare Charity, South East England or Germany
- Sustainable Development Manager – SABMillar, Woking, UK
- Sustainability Manager – Berkeley Homes, Battersea, London, UK
Ethical Performance has also launched a new internships area on its recruitment site.
PIRC, the UKs’ leading independent research and advisory consultancy providing services to institutional investors on corporate governance and corporate social responsibility, also has a listing of jobs and internships.
There are lots of corporate governance related jobs listed at simplyhired.com, lawjobs.com and Juju Job Search. These run the gamut from paralegal and attorney positions to auditors and business writers. While we may have high unemployment generally, the field of corporate governance appears to be booming.