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We’re always looking for talented, passionate and like-minded professionals who want to bring positive change to the banking system. Whether you’re interested in working directly with the GABV team, or being placed with a member or partner, the job listings below could be just what you’re looking for. Internships, secondments, placements and full-time positions become available on a regular basis.

Members and Partners

If you are a GABV member or partner interested in advertising a paid position or an internship, placement or secondment, let us know and we will help you profile the vacancy. Email the vacancy details to Please be sure to include information like, role title, contract duration, recruitment contact information (name, email, telephone number) and details on the position you’d like advertised e.g. role description, company profile, remuneration etc. (as an attachment) and we will post your position.


Current positions:

GABV Secretariat, Zeist, The Netherlands


The Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV), founded in 2009, is a network of banking leaders from around the world committed to advancing positive change in the banking sector. Our collective goal is to change the banking system so that it is more transparent, supports economic, social and environmental sustainability, and is composed of a diverse range of banking institutions serving the real economy. We connect banks, banking cooperatives and credit unions, microfinance institutions and community development banks and support their work on systemic change of financial system. Our members focus on one shared mission – to use finance to deliver sustainable economic, social and environmental development, with a focus on helping individuals fulfil their potential and build stronger communities.

At this moment of our growth, we have recognized the need of creating a co-branding strategy and toolkit that would enable us to become a stronger and more recognized brand and allow our members to use the global brand of the movement to strengthen their own branding locally. The successful party will work together with the GABV Secretariat and the Global Branding and Strategic Communication Committee as well as the Marketing and Communication Community of Practice to create a strategy and set of toolkits, implement a short pilot project with three members and refine the final document based on the received inputs.

The timeline

  • April – start of work, initial meetings and plans for the implementation of the project
  • May-August – project research, coming up with the first draft of the strategy and proposal for toolkits
  • September – receiving comments from the Secretariat and the Advisory Committee
  • September – refining the draft and toolkits, and creating a plan for pilot implementation
  • November– piloting
  • December – final co-branding strategy and set of toolkits delivered.

 The budget

  • The proposed budget to include all necessary activities and associated costs with the activities (e.g. telephone costs, travel if necessary, graphic design, development of surveys etc).

 The deliverables

  • Develop a co-branding strategy
  • Implement the pilot projects with three members
  • Develop a full brand program and toolkit

The considerations

As the membership transcends cultural and language differences, we have to make sure that the strategy is simple, flexible and easily translatable into different languages. We take a positive stance on changing the banking industry by working with members, co-workers, partners, interested public, and policy makers.  We don’t bank bash or take a them-versus-us stance.

During 2017, GABV organized a number of conference calls and in person meetings, gathering communications and branding experts from the membership pool to discuss and set the initial ideas about the project. The minutes will be shared with the successful party with a detailed debrief. In a nutshell, the following has been recognized as important elements of the GABV brand:

  • amplify the GABV’s purpose of changing the financial paradigm
  • represent what GABV members mean together
  • help members consolidate a better position in their markets over the long term
  • emphasise that members are not alone in doing this work but are part of an alliance
  • work with members’ own brand in specific stakeholder situations
  • be a hybrid between a seal of approval (or label) and a traditional brand
  • be easily recognisable across multiple stakeholders and audiences (influencers, politicians, regulators)

More information about GABV can be found in our recently published Book: #BankingOnValues: Moving Forward Together and Where Money Moves Matters: GABV Stories of Systemic Change

Ideal Candidate or Company

The ideal candidate or company will have experience in the field of co-branding, especially working on creating synergies between brands; should be familiar with financial institutions and branding; have experience in working on a global scale and working with different professional cultures. Further to this, interest and work in sustainability will be a major benefit.


The Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV) is a not-for-profit organisation, and independent network of banks and banking cooperatives with a shared mission to use finance to deliver sustainable economic, social and environmental development.

Founded in 2009, the GABV represents the world’s leading values-based banks operating in countries across Asia, Africa, Australia, Latin America, North America and Europe. We share a mission to use finance to deliver positive economic, social and environmental impact. As an alliance, we collectively serve more than 41 million customers, hold up to $127 billion USD of combined assets under management, and we are supported by more than 48,000 co-workers.

Learn more about the GABV and how we’re working with banks and banking cooperatives from across the world to build a growing, global, values-based banking movement.

To apply

Please send a short expression of interest, including the budget along with the examples of your previous work in branding/co-branding to: by April 22, 2018. Any further questions can be send to the same email address.


The Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV) is an independent network of banks with a shared mission of using finance to deliver sustainable economic, social and environmental development. The Global Alliance consists of 47 financial institutions operating across multiple countries in Asia, Africa, Australia, South, Central, and North America, and Europe. For more information about the Global Alliance, please visit our website

The GABV is looking for a new colleague to join the team

Marketing and Communications Intern

This is where we need your help. We are looking for a communications intern – someone who is able to help with our content and professionalism. This includes:

  • Website management
  • Publications
  • Promotional materials
  • Social media
  • Banking on Values Campaign


A particularly exciting and challenging part of the job is helping us building the Banking on values movement. Through social media and other means, we want to engage different audiences to really speak up on the financial issues that matter the most, share with each other and contribute to make a change! So if you are energetic, dynamic, love twitter, Facebook, blogs, online communities – this might just be the job for you!



We are looking for an individual who is keen to develop skills in:

  • Website management (WordPress)
  • Photoshop/graphic design (Adobe Creative Suite and HTML)
  • Social media management (Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin)
  • Native English speaking & writing; Other languages a plus
  • Content writing
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks, possesses an entrepreneurial spirit and values flexibility
  • Ability to learn quickly and on the job
  • Creative and proactive personality


Key tasks include:

  • Content coordination across earned, paid, owned and social media. Projects of interest include, web site and social media updates, Annual Report development, eZine production, member pack development, and GABV collateral;
  • Campaign and initiatives coordination. Projects of interest include the international #BankingOnValues Day, media relations, and the international Marketing and Communications Community of Practice;
  • Event coordination. Projects of interest include event management, support for the GABV Annual Meeting communication efforts, partner events, and sponsorship opportunities analysis and support.

You will ideally be available for at least 4 -6 months, for a minimum of 32h/week starting in June/July 2018. You will work directly under our Marketing and Communications Coordinator, with occasional remote supervision and weekly bilateral feedback sessions. You will take part of the Secretariat weekly meetings and monthly team meetings.


If you are interested please send us your CV and a short letter of motivation. You can address your letter to Jasmin Panjeta at Please state on the subject line the position you are applying for.



Project & Knowledge Management Intern

You will make an important contribution to the development of this global network of stakeholders, assisting the secretariat in promoting the goals and objectives of the banking on values movement. The internship takes place at the GABV in Zeist, where the intern will work as a member of the team.


Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:

  • Event coordination: You will be involved in the design, development and implementation of the GABV Annual Event and Annual General meeting (Vancouver, Canada 2019)
  • Contributing to the production of GABV reports, publications and promotional materials: Communities of Practice Survey and Report, GABV Annual Event Report.
  • GABV Board liaison: meeting coordination and briefing pack production
  • Knowledge Management and Services to Members Support: CRM management, new member on-boarding process support, member engagement strategy support.
  • Assistant to the Executive Director (logistics, travel, meeting and expenses)
  • Office administration support: HR, IT, Finance


Ideally we are looking for a student intern that fits these criteria:

  • Availability of at least 4 -6 months, for a minimum of 32h/week
  • The completion (or near completion) of a graduate or undergraduate degree in business, finance, economics, political science, international development or other relevant field.
  • Working experience in an international organization or the financial sector is a strong asset.
  • Fluency in English is a requirement, knowledge of Spanish and/or Dutch is an asset.
  • Excellent Communication skills (written and verbal).
  • Ability and willingness to operate on a multicultural team.
  • Values independence and flexibility, possesses an entrepreneurial spirit
  • Knowledge of Salesforce is an asset


You will work directly under our Office and Project Coordinator, with occasional remote supervision and weekly bilateral feedback sessions. You will take part of the Secretariat weekly meetings and monthly team meetings.


If you are interested please send us your CV and a short letter of motivation. You can address your letter to Rebeca Pastor Berezo at Please state on the subject line the position you are applying for.


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