GoodCorporation analyst

Founded in 2000, GoodCorporation’s vision is to be a leader of ethics and integrity in the business world. GoodCorporation seeks to be a positive and influential voice in the debate for better ethics, compliance, governance and sustainability in business.

With offices in London and Paris, and a network of associates worldwide, GoodCorporation designs, builds and embeds leading ethics and integrity programmes. We evaluate and benchmark these programmes for senior executives, regulators, boards and external advisers. Our aim is to make companies better corporate citizens that win the trust of their stakeholders and are therefore more sustainable.

In today's global marketplace, ethical failures can make or break organisational reputations and damage the bottom line. GoodCorporation offers unparalleled expertise assessing and developing responsible management practices to meet the ethical challenges that businesses face.

Our areas of work cover ethical business practices, including anti-bribery and corruption, labour standards, ESG, human rights, whistleblowing, supply chains, child safeguarding, anti-trust, trading/price discovery and trade sanctions.

In the last two decades, we have completed over 600 assessments and consultancy projects in some 80 countries for over 100 clients ranging from FTSE 100 and CAC40 clients to smaller, private businesses. For further details please go to our website


Analyst – GoodCorporation is recruiting up to five new members of the team to work with us from our London office as part of our delivery team. The successful candidates will ideally have some work experience, preferably in a related field. The roles are very varied and involve work across a range of sectors and delivery in a number of countries around the world. The roles require excellent analytical and presentation skills. The ability to work in a foreign language is preferable. We are particularly interested in candidates who speak French, Spanish, Portuguese,  Mandarin, Russian and Arabic. Training will be provided.

Based at: The roles will be based in our UK (London) office. All candidates must have permission to work in the UK as we do not sponsor work visas. There will also be considerable time spent at the offices of our clients, both in and outside the UK. Regular travel for up to two weeks at a time outside the UK is expected.  In the short-term however, due to COVID-19, much of our work is being conducted remotely, and some employees are working from home, but with the full support of and communication with their colleagues and clients.

Primary job purpose: To support GoodCorporation consultants and to undertake client consulting assignments and assessments.

Secondary job purpose: To assist with business and corporate development

Key Responsibilities

The roles are very varied and will range from consultancy projects to support client compliance teams (including reviewing and developing polices and systems, benchmarking our data using Excel, risk assessment workshops, due diligence support, training and embedding ethical practices) to assessments evaluating companies against GoodCorporation Frameworks.

GoodCorporation assessments are usually conducted by a team of two assessors, often supported by a local consultant to assist with language or cultural issues. Our assessment frameworks include The GoodCorporation Business Ethics Standard, The GoodCorporation Framework on Bribery and Corruption, The GoodCorporation Framework on Human Rights and The GoodCorporation Whistleblowing Framework.

Candidates will work both to support teams on projects and to join teams on conducting projects. They will work with a project leader to agree the scope of work, establish objectives, design timetables, ensure necessary logistics are in place, help conduct the work and write the report (liaising internally and with the client), to ensure the project is completed on time and to brief.

GoodCorporation’s assessments involve face-to-face and telephone interviews with a cross-section of stakeholders across a variety of organisations. Candidates must ultimately be able to conduct interviews at all levels from the shop floor to the most senior management, and experience and knowledge of key business functions is desirable. Documentation and records are also analysed to provide further evidence. Candidates must be able to assess all the information provided, evaluate the key points and, based on the information obtained, work with the project leader to make recommendations and allocate grades against the assessment framework.

GoodCorporation’s consulting projects vary based on client need. Typically, they include some type of diagnostic phase of work, an evaluation of options for the client and recommendations for action. These assignments will normally require internal and external interviewing, data analysis, review and investigation of company policies and systems as well as report drafting and presentation of results.

Training will be provided.

The roles will also include office management support and covering for the office manager during holiday periods.

Secondary role

In addition to the delivery of assessments, and other client consultancy work, the successful candidates will also be expected to assist with business  and corporate development. This may involve identifying business leads and target clients, preparing proposals, attending conferences and networking events as well as developing GoodCorporation products and services to meet market needs e.g. competitive reviews, developing new frameworks, reviewing and updating existing ones.

Personal skills

Applicants must have excellent people skills, with the ability to build relationships quickly, demonstrate empathy and inspire confidence. Self-motivation and enthusiasm are essential, combined with the ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines. Candidates must be able to anticipate problems, be resilient and find solutions.

Good communication, organisational and IT skills are essential (including Excel). Candidates must be able to write extremely well, present confidently and have good numeracy skills. Candidates must be willing to travel regularly for up to 2-3 weeks at a time. It is likely that the successful candidates will be able to demonstrate outstanding academic performance and probably a master’s degree in a relevant subject.

What else are we looking for?

GoodCorporation is a small, vibrant and growing company, with exciting career prospects. We attract people with strong ethical values wanting to make a difference to the way business is run globally. We are looking for candidates who share our ethical values and have the ability to stand up for principles, even in difficult situations. We are looking for good team-players with a sense of humour who enjoy delivering high quality work in a fun but hard-working environment.

Applications close at 17.00 GMT on 18 February 2022. Please send your CV and a cover letter with an expression of interest to Ms Ranitha Watts at Candidates will be shortlisted in the week commencing 21 February 2022 and will be notified at the end of that week whether they will be asked to send in a five minute video as part of the ongoing selection process.

Due to the number of roles which we are recruiting, we will be holding two separate selection sessions of 2 days each.   Applicants should keep 30 - 31 March 2022 and 20 – 21 April free for selection days, should they be asked to go through to the next round. Applicants will be asked to attend one of these two sessions. We are hoping to conduct face to face interviews at our London office on the selection days but this may be subject to change due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. We will confirm details nearer the time.

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