European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) helps businesses flourish. Through our financial investments, business services and involvement in high-level policy reform, we’re well-placed to promote entrepreneurship and change lives.

Our tailored solutions share a consistent goal of fostering the transition to open, market economies, whilst promoting innovation, growth, inclusion and transparency.


Services we offer

  • Financial investment projects are at the heart of our operations.
  • In addition we provide business advisory services and promote trade finance and loan syndications.

Where we work

  • We’re active in more than 36 economies, from the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean, to Central and Eastern Europe, to Central Asia.

Business sectors we work in

  • Our operations span a range of industries, from agribusiness to infrastructure to transport.

The EBRD invests in changing lives – a mission that couldn’t be achieved without its employees.

With staff coming from dozens of countries, our workforce is as diverse as our portfolio.

The EBRD recruits talented and driven individuals to work in our London headquarters and resident offices spread across the countries where we invest.

Locations and job types

The EBRD is a unique international financial institution supporting projects across three continents. Investing primarily in private sector clients whose needs cannot be fully met by the market, we promote entrepreneurship and foster transition towards open and sustainable market economies.

We look to recruit people passionate about our values and work. Whether you are a banker, analyst, economist, IT specialist or researcher, there are a number of opportunities to support the EBRD in its operations from client relations to communications.

If you are a national of one of our shareholders or countries where we work, you are eligible to apply. Our employees come from a diverse range of educational and professional backgrounds and speak a number of languages, all helping to create a diversified, passionate, forward-thinking workforce.



Benefits & rewards

We believe that hard work deserves great rewards. We offer competitive base salaries and annual performance-based bonuses. Permanent staff can enjoy addition benefits such as medical insurance, generous and flexible annual leave options, retirement benefits, reduced gym membership rates and staff discounts at a wide array of retailers.

We recognise the challenges of working far from home, so if you move from another country to take up a post with us, we’ll help by providing ongoing assistance and relocation allowance.

The Bank’s Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Policy was approved in September 2014 to strengthen the Bank’s vision to become a truly inclusive, open, modern organisation which leverages diverse talent.

EBRD is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive culture and as such the Diversity and Inclusion Steering Group (DISG) in partnership with HR and our employee networks drive the diversity and inclusion agenda.  EBRDConnect Network focuses on providing opportunities for women to connect with and support each other.  Assisting in shaping futures by providing opportunities for development, fostering valuable connections, and facilitating member success through business and career growth.  The network organises many events and talks within their programme and are shortly to showcase a day of topical activities to celebrate International Women’s Day 8th March.

We are also proud to announce that the EBRD recently took part in an independent and globally recognised assessment of our current standard of gender equality – the Economic Dividends for Gender Equality (EDGE) certification. The results were announced in October 2017 that we have achieved EDGE Assess level and have undertaken to carry out a two year action plan to strive for the next level in 2019.

We are committed to empowering the Bank’s employees to achieve success on their own terms. We strive to provide opportunities for all to connect with and support each other. We offer events and opportunities of exchange that contribute to the personal and professional development of our members.



London, United Kingdom
International Public Sector
Contract
Competitive
The Assistant Analyst, Service Monitoring is required to undertake the day-to-day administrative support activities required to enable the IT service management team to provide the oversight and governance of all internal and external suppliers engaged in the delivery of ITSM & Technical Services.
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Company Statistics

Date Established

1991

Location

London