Work with us

If you are interested in any of the positions listed below, please send your CV and cover letter to the email provided.

If there are no active job openings that match your profile below, we still encourage you to send in your CV and cover letter* to us here.

We’re always looking for motivated, innovative and passionate people to join our team.

We look forward to receiving your application soon

Job Openings

Business Development Executive (US)

Reporting to: Commercial Director

Location: New York

Weekly hours: 40

Remote work available: Yes

About the role:

This is a hybrid role for someone who is based in the New York area. This role sits within the Proximo Infra B2B events sales team who will drive revenue through selling conference sponsorship, roundtables, virtual events and thought leadership pieces. The role will focus predominantly on our brand Proximo but you might have the opportunity to work with our sister brands TXF and Uxolo.

About you:

We are looking for a self-starter, who will build on our existing relationships with the industry while also identifying new opportunities. You will have the opportunity to thrive in the sales process – from prospecting to closing deals – to the challenges of winning new and cross-sell business and establishing new relationships within your territory. The successful candidate needs to be highly results-driven and enjoy working to and beating targets. You must also be comfortable working to tight deadlines and have strong organizational skills. As the role will focus on our event side of the business you must be willing to help with any area of delivering a conference such as research, operations, marketing and sourcing event locations.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Closing event bookings for new and existing clients
  • Working on multi-event and multi-booking deals
  • Building your own clientele and working on establishing strong relationships with industry players
  • Smart sales acumen demonstrated via pipeline management, sales qualification and CRM accuracy
  • Working across multiple divisions – we have a dynamic team who work closely together and being able to deliver feedback and work alongside other areas within the business is critical

Knowledge & Experience:

  • 1 year in a sales role
  • General interest in renewables, infrastructure, ESG and sustainability issues
  • Computer literate and comfortable using systems such as zoom
  • Confident pitching remotely and face to face
  • Spanish speaking is a bonus but not essential
  • Experience in using CRM systems such as Salesforce is an advantage but not required
Apply here careers@proximoinfra.com
Business Development Executive (EMEA)

Reporting to: Commercial Director

Location: London

Weekly hours: 37.5

Remote work available: Hybrid 

About the role:

Based in our brand new offices in London the role sits within the Proximo event sales team, driving revenue through sponsorship, cross-selling our range of products and new business. The role will predominantly focus on Proximo, but you will also have the opportunity to work with our sister brands TXF and Uxolo.

About you:

  • We are looking for an ambitious person with a passion for sales, who enjoys meeting clients and working on a lot of different projects and products. You will have the opportunity to thrive in the sales process – from prospecting to closing deals – to the challenges of winning new and cross-selling business and establishing new relationships within your territory.
  • The successful candidate needs to be highly results-driven and demonstrate strong commercial acumen with excellent pro-active new business development skills, as well as the rigorous application of process - including active use of the Salesforce CRM system. The successful candidate must demonstrate strong value-based selling skills.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Delivering renewals in a timely manner – ensuring monthly targets are hit
  • New business - Building your own portfolio of event business
  • Account growth – driving up-sell and cross-sell opportunities
  • Smart sales acumen demonstrated via pipeline management, sales qualification and CRM accuracy
  • Working across divisions – we have a dynamic team who work closely together and being able to deliver feedback and work alongside other teams within the business is critical

Knowledge & Experience:

This role is vital to the development and strategy of Proximo and a number of disciplines are required to ensure its success, the candidate would ideally:

  • Have some experience in selling events, project finance, infrastructure or energy events is an advantage
  • Have a proven commercial track record in increasing revenue from existing and new clients, ideally in a subscription-based business model
  • Be a self-motivated and energetic individual, a value-based negotiator and results-oriented
  • Demonstrate good judgment in resource utilisation and optimisation
  • Be passionate about growing the business
  • Demonstrate a genuine interest in personal development & growth and be receptive to coaching
  • Show effective organisational and planning skills with the ability to manage own workload effectively
  • Experience in using CRM systems such as Salesforce
Apply here careers@proximoinfra.com
Event Operations Manager

Reporting to: Head of Event Operations

Location: London

Weekly hours: 37.5

Remote work available: Hybrid

About the role:

Based in London, the role sits within the Exile Group under the event operations team. The role involves planning and running both virtual and physical events, predominantly across the TXF, Proximo and Uxolo brands, but you will also have the opportunity to work across the Exile Group.

About you:

We are looking for a driven individual with a strong background in events both physical and virtual; from ideas, to planning, through to completion. Your organisational skills should be second to none, and you ought to have a motivation and knack for getting things done with minimal supervision. You need to be able to juggle multiple tasks (it’s a busy office!) and have a great work ethic.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Planning and coordinating all logistics of selected Exile physical events and virtual events in Europe, Asia, US and Africa ranging from 20 to 500 guests.
  • Managing and travelling to 6-9 international events a year.
  • Working closely with the venues and other suppliers to ensure the highest quality of service
  • Overseeing design and production of signage, hand-outs and gadgets
  • Sourcing and liaising with all suppliers, including AV streaming requirements
  • Assisting the Head of Operations with venue searches, sourcing contractors, organising travel and itineraries
  • Sourcing and contracting venues for your assigned events
  • Managing sponsor and partner logistics and comms
  • Arranging and managing delegate comms
  • Oversee event websites and platforms; making sure information displayed is accurate
  • Proofreading copy, brochures and other event materials
  • Managing and reconciling event budgets of up to £100k
  • Evaluating all events and seeking feedback on their success, providing summary reports to support annual feedback and develop future events
  • Researching and implementing innovative ideas to improve our events and keep us up to date with the industry

Knowledge & Experience:

  • 1 - 3 years’ experience working in a similar role, running events independently is essential
  • Experience in negotiating venue and supplier contracts
  • Energetic, proactive, and a people person
  • Initiative - works well in a team but also able to complete tasks with minimal supervisionAbility to multitask and have excellent organisational skills, particularly in managing time and tasks
  • A keen eye for detail and the ability to produce high quality, accurate work in tight timescales
  • Eager to travel to Exile global conferences to support the team
  • Experience using zoom pro or other virtual event platforms is a bonus
  • A second language is desirable but not essential
Apply here careers@proximoinfra.com
Graduate Trainee Reporter

Reporting to: Editor 

Location: London

Weekly hours: 37.5

Remote work available: Hybrid

About the role:

We are looking for someone wanting to develop a career in international financial journalism, primarily development finance, project finance and commodity finance in the international bond and loan markets. While we don't expect applicants to have experience of those markets, we are looking for someone who enjoys hunting for news and takes an analytical approach to stories - the ability to see the interesting angle and communicate complex arguments. Much of our deal analysis work is coloured by international events, so a genuine interest in global political and economic affairs is a must.

Once trained, you will be writing at least one fresh-to-the-market 500 word news piece per day, and over the week, one or two longer pieces. You must be able to engage with people in senior positions in the investment banking/finance world, be comfortable developing regular news contacts and be able to travel internationally.

As a graduate you will be mentored by the editorial team and given one-to-one training on a variety of investment banking markets - project finance, trade finance, securitisation, infra funds, export credits, pre-export financing, development finance, impact investing, commodity finance etc. The onus is on quality, informed copy rather than a race with the newswires, and many of our journalists go on to work for major financial news outlets - Reuters, Bloomberg, Financial Times etc.

We also do some multimedia journalism, so experience of, and an interest in video editing would be a bonus.

Apply here careers@proximoinfra.com
Spontaneous application

Thank you for your interest in working with us. If you currently cannot find a vacancy that fits with your skill set, please email us a CV and cover letter stating the department and location you are interested in working in. We have offices in London, New York & Serbia so please don't hesitate to send your application if you are based in any of these locations.

*Please note we will keep your CV and application form for a period of 12 months. If you do not hear from us within that time, we will destroy your information in line with GDPR policy.