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We are an organization of individuals

Our employees are our greatest asset. They are hardworking, committed to excellence and have the empathy to provide our clients with superior, caring customer service. Their dedication to our clients shows in every area of the company - from the investment managers who make sure that The Church Pension Fund reaches its performance goals to the IT staff that ensures our systems run smoothly to the client services staff who are caring, patient and supportive with every client they talk to.  

Our employee workforce is diverse, reflecting the diversity of our client base and offering a variety of insights and perspectives that make us, as a company, stronger. In addition, we have a culture that values respect and appreciation for each other and our clients. You will find our employees supportive and respectful of each other, while reaching for personal excellence.

We are committed to excellence

At CPG, we support our employees' commitment to professional excellence through extensive employee training and development programs. We recognize that professional and personal growth go hand in hand, and that employees need to balance their personal and professional lives. As a result, we also sponsor programs that encourage personal growth and well-being with the understanding that personal growth is reflected in professional growth.  

We are a strong, stable company that has been around for nearly 100 years

We are an affiliate of the Episcopal Church and have been operating since 1917. The majority of our employees work in our headquarters in New York City. We also have offices in Vermont, Colorado and Pennsylvania.  

Are you interested?  

Click here to see if we have a job opportunity that matches your skills.

To contact us about a position:

Human Resources Specialist
The Church Pension Group
19 East 34th Street
New York, NY 10016
Fax: (212) 592–9425
E-Mail us at jobs@cpg.org

We offer opportunities for employment, development and advancement based on merit, without regard to gender, race, marital status, color, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or other attributes that are not job- or performance-related.