Finance Earth

Finance Earth

Careers at Finance Earth

Finance Earth is the UK’s leading environmental impact investment advisor and fund manager. We work with some of the largest environmental organisations, such as WWF, the National Trust, RSPB and DEFRA, to design and implement innovative financing solutions for the natural and build environment. We have also designed, structured and manage more than £50 million of our own impact investment funds. We are a mission driven, employee-owned social enterprise that plays a prominent role in the green finance market in the UK and globally.

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Escape's take on Finance Earth

Finance Earth is a mission-driven investment advisor and fund manager, working in partnership with world leading environmental organisations, such as RSPB, WWF, and the National Trust, to protect and restore nature, and tackle climate change. They are a pioneering employee-owned social enterprise and are now the UK’s leading environmental impact investment advisor and fund manager. And as with all these things, it’s the team and culture behind them that make it a great place to work. One employee cited that ‘the team is second-to-none’, another noted Finance Earth’s flat hierarchy and that ‘everyone’s opinions are valued’.

Stats we are proud of

  • 51%

    Of profits reinvested in mission-aligned projects

  • £60m

    Funds mobilised for nature and communities

  • 30

    Countries and territories with Finance Earth projects

Behind the scenes

Benefits & progressive ways of working

Working hours & Paid time off

  • Compressed hours

    4 day week
  • Enhanced holidays

    25-30 days holiday

Financial benefits

  • Equity

    Equity included in package
  • Life insurance

    Paid life insurance
  • Pension

  • Bonus

    Bonuses paid

Health & Wellbeing benefits

  • Private health care

    Private healthcare cover

General benefits

  • Learning budget

    Learning budget

Flexible working

  • Working hours

    Flex hours
  • Nomad friendly

    Remote - Anywhere