We're hiring across our five offices in Austin, Boston, DC, New York, and San Francisco.
I love the diversity of projects I get to work on—I'm always learning something new and building different skillsets. Plus, I’m constantly floored by how much people here care about you and are intentional about your development.
I started my career at Social Finance as an Associate. The level of autonomy we have to build relationships with partners is really great for growth. I was also surprised by the level of openness to different ideas—this is a new field, so you can’t be afraid to share your ideas.
Benefits and Perks
Highly competitive compensation package following a lockstep salary model that’s transparent and equitable across the organization, including an annual performance bonus at all levels.
Nearly fully sponsored (90%) medical, dental, and vision insurance; flexible spending accounts; 14 weeks of paid parental leave; short-term, long-term, and life insurance; dependent care account.
403(b) Retirement Match
Retirement savings plan with 3% non-match employer contribution.
15 vacation days in years 1-4 and 20 vacation days in following years, 12 paid holidays each year (in addition to offices being closed 12/24-1/1), floating holidays, volunteer days off, bereavement days.
Hybrid Work Model
Work from home and remote accommodations to help balance work and life responsibilities.
Dedicated and caring development managers, onboarding buddies, and a mentorship program.
Personal budget of $3,000 every two years for external professional development opportunities.
Commuter and Phone Benefits
Commuter stipend/benefits and cell phone bill reimbursements.
Dedicated budgets for team building and employee recognition.
Employee Assistance Program
Professional and confidential services to help employees and family members address a variety of personal, family, life, and work-related matters.
Culture of Learning
Skills development and fostering a culture of continuous learning through Knowledgefests and DEI programming/guest speakers.
Recognizing and rewarding important employee milestones and contributions like birthdays, anniversaries, events, and biweekly sponsored lunches.
Your Career Journey
At Social Finance we care about you. Our investment in you is just as important as the work we do. Impact investing, advisory, and functional roles align on a similar journey throughout your career here.
Our people are at the center of all that we do. We strive to create an environment where every individual on our team can comfortably bring their full selves to work each day and have a work-life balance that meets their needs. Our culture reflects this mentality:
- We follow a hybrid model in which we encourage our teammates to be together in the office at least two to three days a week, but to otherwise work from home the other days and on an ad-hoc basis as needed. Each office has one defined “anchor day” each week (voted by each office) on which all affiliated employees come into the office; the other in-office days are free choice days that each employee chooses for themselves week to week.
- Learning is a priority. Whether it’s through weekly all-staff meetings, Knowledgefests, or class conversations, transparency and knowledge sharing are core to our culture.
- We love our firm traditions and like to have fun together, from trivia to potlucks to an annual offsite!
- We celebrate the little things, like birthdays, anniversaries, and wins on projects, and encourage frequent shoutouts and recognition.
- Casual dress every day.
What else makes Social Finance a special place to work? Hear from some of our team members on Denver Frederick’s Business of Giving podcast.
Our Commitment to DEI
We can’t achieve our mission without addressing racial and social inequality. Building on our DEI efforts, Social Finance is committed to strengthening diversity, equity, and inclusion across our firm.
Social Finance, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will be afforded equal employment opportunities without discrimination because of actual or perceived race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, creed, disability, marital status, citizenship, ancestry, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, political affiliation, military status, status as a protected veteran, genetic information or any other legally protected status.