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Senior Researcher who reports to Head of Economics

Positive Money

Location: London
Salary: £35,845 per annum + 8% pension contribution (pro rata if working less than full time hours)
Hours: Full Time, Part Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 2nd February 2024
Closes: 23rd February 2024

Grade Number: 4

Positive Money is a think tank and campaigning organisation working to reimagine our money and banking system for the wellbeing of people, communities and the planet. We have offices in London, Brussels and the US, and are part of a growing movement for economic systems change. Our mission is to reform money and banking in order to build a fair, democratic and sustainable economy.

We are recruiting for a Senior Researcher to help us deliver an ambitious research agenda and raise awareness of our broken financial system and help transform it. This is an exciting opportunity for a researcher passionate about the new economy movement, able to oversee and deliver on multiple projects simultaneously. We’re seeking someone with a commitment to our values, including dismantling oppression, and experience working on research programmes at a senior level.

We are committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility and aim to dismantle oppression in all areas of our work. Please read the job description to learn more about our culture, benefits, and hiring process. If you have any questions or considerations you would like us to accommodate in the recruitment process, please email Flavia, our International Director of HR & Operations at flavia.derasmo@positivemoney.org.uk.

Contract: Permanent contract with 6-month probationary period.

Salary: £35,845 per annum + 8% pension contribution (pro rata if working less than full time hours). Rising to £37,049 after 2 years in the role + annual cost of living adjustments.

Hours: Part-time or full-time (21 - 31.5 working hours per week). Requests for flexible working will be considered. Positive Money has recently begun a shorter working week trial, meaning we have reduced our full-time week from 35 hours (5 days) to 31.5 hours (4.5 days). With board approval, we will move to a 4-day work week beginning on April 1.

Benefits: We offer a range of staff benefits including generous annual leave provision, flexible working policy, and a dynamic work environment where openness, trust, and collaboration are the cornerstones of our positive and inclusive culture. See the full job description for details.

Location: Flexible between our London office or working remotely.

Deadline: Closing date for applications is Friday 23 February at 9AM.

Start Date: Ideally March/April but we can be flexible for the right candidate.

How to apply: Please read the full job description and submit your application via the 'Apply' button above.

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