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ESG and Sustainability Analyst

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18 August 2023



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£50,000 - £60,000


Our client is a boutique investment management house. Due to continued business success, they are now looking to recruit a ESG and Sustainability Analyst to join their high-performing team on a permanent basis.

Reporting directly to Head of ESG, the ESG and Sustainability Analyst will take responsibility for the following duties:

  • Creating content for internal reporting across investment teams.
  • Producing external reports to ensure funds are in line with regulations.
  • Supporting the distribution team by creating ESG reporting and client presentations.
  • Assisting with searching and storing materials for company and policy engagements.
  • Working proactively with members of the analytical, operations and client facing teams.

The ESG and Sustainability Analyst will meet the following skillset:

  • Undergraduate degree or equivalent.
  • Great knowledge or interest in corporate governance, ESG or related areas.
  • Familiarity with investor stewardship and regulations such as PRI.
  • Proficiency in IT programmes, particularly Excel.
  • Self-motivated, with excellent time management and attention to detail.


This is an ideal opportunity for an ambitious ESG and sustainability professional looking to propel their career in a fast-growing and distinctive investment management business.

If you believe your experience meets the criteria, please apply with a copy of your CV.

Note, this is a highly competitive position. We receive a high volume of applications and are unable to respond to each CV.

“Mason Blake acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers Mason Blake is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications regardless of sex, marital status, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, religious belief or age.”

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