XTX Markets is a globally leading algorithmic trading company, headquartered in London. We are focused on teamwork and we collaborate on all aspects of the business, working openly and with respect for each other, our clients and the market. Our culture is non-hierarchical and one where everyone is valued. We strive for excellence in everything we do.
We are also one of the largest philanthropic donors in the UK. In 2022, we will donate around £60m to charities globally. We have three strategic priorities: STEM education, global development and carbon removal. We also make significant donations to humanitarian relief, eg Covid, Ukraine.
We are looking for a Philanthropy Manager to join our team. You will lead on two important workstreams: regional giving and employee engagement. You will also support our Head of Philanthropy in several other activities, eg incubating new charities, meeting our net zero pledges.
Each of our five global offices has an allocated 'Regional Giving' budget for local charity partnerships. You will develop and manage these partnerships. We also have employee engagement programme, including matched donations and events. You will support employees to get involved and make the most of this programme.
- Managing charity partnerships, including research, regular engagement, evaluation.
- Representing XTX Markets externally and building our presences among charities.
- Encouraging and supporting employees to get involved in our philanthropy activities.
- Managing our online giving platform, including matched donations for employees.
- Managing philanthropy events run by XTX Markets.
- Supporting XTX Markets' participation in events run by charities.
- General help and support for the Philanthropy Team.
Characteristics and Skills
For more details on the role and how to apply, please see the attached job description.
- Most important: A 'people person' who enjoys building relationships
- Professional integrity (eg candour, discretion, transparency)
- Confident, hardworking and resilient (eg working independently and at pace)
- Highly organised and pragmatic (ie likes to get the job done)
- Excellent listening and communication skills, verbally and in writing
- Comfortable reading technical papers (eg research reports, policy briefings)