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Responsible Investor Engagement Manager, Utrecht, the Netherlands

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Advertiser's description (via the Access to Nutrition Initiative):

The Access to Nutrition Initiative (ATNI) is an independent, not-for-profit organization based in the Netherlands. ATNI exists for the sole purpose of transforming markets for sustainable nutrition. ATNI improves market performance by challenging key actors in the food system – starting with industry – to accelerate access to affordable, nutritious food for all, especially for at-risk populations. ATNI’s strategic objective is to ensure half of all packaged food products sold by 2030 are sustainable, affordable and form part of a healthy diet. Nutritious and affordable diets enable optimal physical and mental development, underpin resilient societies and alleviate the burden from diet-related diseases.


As shareholders and bondholders, institutional investors have the potential to drive substantial change in food companies’ commitments, practices and disclosure on nutrition. There remains a critical need to embed evidencebased nutrition metrics in ESG reporting and to monitor these, thus elevating the role of nutrition in investing strategies and helping direct finance to nutritious food systems. This is why ATNI works extensively with the investment community to ensure that our Indexes – which assess the world’s major food and beverage companies – provide in-depth information investors require on companies’ performance on nutrition not available from any other source. Investors use our Indexes and reports in their ESG research, investment analysis and stewardship (voting and company and policy engagement). Investors are a key pillar in ATNI’s Theory of Change. They are included in methodology development and consultations, receive bespoke communications and have a dedicated support team at ATNI. ATNI works with a growing group of 81 institutional investors representing $19.9 trillion assets under management (AUM) – ATNI’s Investors in Nutrition and Health – who have signed up to the Investor Expectations on Nutrition, Diets and Health. With the support of the ATNI team, external consultants and in collaboration with partners such as the Good Food Finance Network, the Responsible Investor Engagement Manager will lead on the delivery and development of ATNI’s Investor Support function. He/she will be part of the Partnerships Team, reporting to the Strategic Alliances Director. The Responsible Investor Engagement Manager will be part of a dynamic young organization and will have the ability to help shape the expansion of the organization. This is a unique opportunity to make a substantial positive impact on improving global health by helping to fundamentally shape the nutrition standards and practices of the food & beverage industry globally.


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