Open Positions

Administrative Associate - New York City

The Administrative Assistant is a sharp, organized, and motivated individual that’s eager to support the smooth running of a small, tight-knit team. He or she must be able to handle a varied workload, have a knack for seeking out ways to improve operations and make programs run smoothly, and take the initiative to complete administrative tasks independently. This person is committed to social justice values and excited about the mission of our organization.

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We periodically have other opportunities available, both for employment and on a project basis. If you like what we do and want us to keep you in mind for future openings, please send a note to info@transformfinance.org highlighting what you'd be interested in. Feel free to include your CV and other relevant information if you are so inclined. 


Openings with Our Partners

Living Cities - Senior Investment Associate

The Catalyst Funds are two structured debt funds, totaling approximately $80 million, that allow Living Cities to make impact investments that align with our impact objectives. The Senior Investment Associate would be responsible for working with the team that manages the Catalyst Funds. This is an exciting opportunity for an entrepreneurial individual who has transactional experience to apply their deal-making skills to generate positive returns for both investors and communities.

Open Society Foundations Economic Advancement Program – Investment Associate

The EAP is looking for an investment professional to support its capital deployment activities in the role of Investment Associate.  This role will report to the Director of Investments of SEDF. The role will be based in London, and require potential travel worldwide. The individual would participate in aspects of the business including, underwriting of equity and debt investments, evaluating the business environment in target countries, assisting in portfolio monitoring efforts, and preparing presentations for internal and external parties.