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State Super operates on behalf of the NSW Government and associated employers, to invest, support and administer defined benefit and defined contribution superannuation schemes worth approximately $42 billion.
The Manager, Responsible Investment will assist and support the thinking, design and implementation of STC's Responsible Investment Policy, ensuring its effective integration into investment decision-making and management processes.
Additionally, the role champions STC's Responsible Investment proposition with members and key internal and external stakeholders.
To succeed in this role, you will likely have relevant experience either in investments (or a similar environment), ESG/Responsible Investment Consulting, or equities research. Preferred candidates will have some established knowledge base of Responsible Investment/ESG.
In exchange, State Super offers a competitive remuneration package, flexible working conditions and exceptional learning opportunities in a progressive and supportive environment.
For further information, please call Rob Hockedy on 02 9235 9470. Alternatively, to apply, please submit a copy of your application, including a resume and cover letter, before the closing date.
Closing Date: Wednesday 23rd September
State Super is proud to be an Inclusive Employer.
All applications, whether applicants have applied directly or otherwise, will be dealt with and managed through Jon Michel Executive Search.
Applicants seeking employment with State Super must be permanent residents or Australian citizens and will be required to undergo a criminal records check.