Location Europe
Job-type Contract
Salary Voluntary Basis
Reference ACRE-12581

Are you an accomplished board-level advisor who enjoys facilitating strategic thinking and consensus building among multistakeholder groups in global and high-profile initiatives? Are you passionate about helping to create an economic and financial system where companies and investors address social inequality risks and impacts? If so, then look no further.

The Taskforce on Inequality and Social-related Financial Disclosures (TISFD or Taskforce) is a global initiative involving investors, businesses, civil society, policymakers and regulators working together to co-create a global framework for inequality and social-related disclosures.

The Taskforce is seeking to appoint four Co-Chairs to represent the Taskforce effectively and facilitate its co-creation process. 

You will be responsible for guiding and supporting the Taskforce in achieving its mission: to create an economic and financial system where companies and investors address their inequality and social-related risks and impacts, resulting in stronger, more equitable societies and economies.


 Together, the Co-Chairs will:

  • Represent TISFD in high-level public forums, conferences, and bilateral engagements 

  • Engage with stakeholders from diverse backgrounds to forge impactful partnerships, garner support, and foster collaboration

  • Support the Executive Director in outreach to potential funders and relationship management with existing ones

  • Supported by the Secretariat, engage with Steering Committee members to build consensus on the Taskforce deliverables

  • Sit on the Steering Committee with the same voting rights as other Steering Committee members

  • Monitor progress towards the Steering Committee’s delivery of the framework

  • Ensure alignment of TISFD’s activities with its objectives and mandate

  • Inform the Stewardship Council at its quarterly meetings on the progress and challenges faced by TISFD

  • Facilitate handover to its/their successors, if need be, for a seamless transition

  • Contributing to finalizing the TISFD’s governance structure, workplan, and engagement strategy 

  • Supporting fundraising and engagement of key stakeholders 

  • Setting up a nominating committee responsible for nominating Steering Committee members

Selection Criteria:  

  • Demonstrated leadership experience in addressing inequality and/or social justice issues

  • Ability to represent multiple stakeholder groups, put aside personal biases and maintain a commitment to the balance of power across groups which fosters inclusivity and diversity

  • Strong communication and diplomatic skills for engaging with executive-level or equivalent senior-level of seniority, as well as diverse stakeholder groups with a wide range of perspectives

  • Familiarity with issues and debates about the social impacts of business and finance, resulting risks to business and providers of capital, and the relationship between inequalities, markets and financial systems

  • Track record of strategic decision-making and achieving tangible results.  

  • Co-Chairs, as a group, should complement each other in terms of gender balance, Global North and Global South balance, and should bring experiences working with various stakeholder groups; including but not limited to: CSOs, Labor Unions, Companies, and Investors.  


The positions are for a minimum of 2 days a month for a period of 2 years.

There is no remuneration but TISFD expenses will be reimbursed.

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