Working for an exciting regulator where you can really make a difference
Payment systems underpin our economic and financial system and last year handled over 40 billion transactions worth around £92 trillion. The PSR's role is to promote the interests of users of payment systems – that’s the businesses, organisations and people that use them – through greater competition and innovation.
We're looking for great people
The value we place in our people is reflected in our attractive salary and benefits packages and extensive development opportunities in economic regulation, financial services and broader professional skills.
Our values demonstrate what our organisation stands for. They represent our culture and the behaviours expected of us every day.
Diversity and inclusion at the PSR
As a diverse, forward-facing organisation which is continually working to drive improvements for everyone who uses payment systems, we’re looking for people who share our openness and determination.
In order to represent the people and organisations that we serve, we’re committed to building and sustaining a diverse and inclusive workplace. Our commitments are inclusive of but not limited to: race & ethnicity; LGBT+; disability; mental and physical health; and social mobility.
Our corporate responsibility, purpose and commitment are important parts of our identity, both as an employer and regulator. It relates to how we as a business, take into account the social, environmental and financial impacts of our decisions and actions so we contribute positively to the wider community and our environment.
We are experiencing unprecedented times across the world, so it is even more important that our commitment to diversity and inclusion is absolutely clear. We want to encourage all of our people to feel confident that they can bring their whole selves to work everyday.
What our D&I data tells us:
As of 31 March 2021:
- representation across the PSR is 55% female
- Our Senior Leadership Team is 75% female
- 55% of our managers are female
- Our Extended Leadership team (combined SLT and managers) is 70% female
- Our female representation on the board is 17%
As a result, whilst we have met our Charter target, our goal is to maintain our focus on gender balance and to continue to develop our talent pipeline through to 2025 and beyond.
Race and Ethnicity:
Currently minority ethnic representation across our combined Exec/ELT is at 10%, down from 11% last year, whilst representation across the organisation is up from 19% to 20%.
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