Triple Line is a creative and energetic company where hard work is rewarded with opportunities on a fair and level playing field. Our company culture encourages debate, teamwork, and the drive to deliver excellence. Three key themes underpin our approach to ensuring we attract and retain the very best talent in the sector: 


Triple Line promotes a diverse staff base which reflects the breadth of locations in which we work. Our staff base currently includes over 20 nationalities and boasts fluency in 25 different languages. In recruitment, we challenge hiring managers to cast the net as wide as possible to attract a range of applicants for open vacancies. We believe that diverse perspectives promote innovation and business success.


We seek to ensure that our diverse workforce are able to operate as equals. We offer flexible working arrangements that support other priorities and commitments at home, and enhanced parental leave. We conduct a gender pay gap assessment on an annual basis. We are committed not only to ensuring equity in pay but also to the regular assessment of gender at each grade in the company. 


Triple Line actively supports progression and opportunities for all. We support academic study, peer-to-peer learning and relocation opportunities. We actively encourage staff members to explore all opportunities that enhance their knowledge and experience. We have a structured onboarding and performance review process which enables us to assess growth and progress and identify learning and development needs. 

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Life at Triple Line

The route to Triple Line and the journey people have had whilst working with us varies hugely. Read the personal stories of a selection of team members.

Jobs at Triple Line

When recruiting, we post job opportunities at Triple Line in this section. However, please don't hesitate to contact us directly if there are no positions advertised or those we are recruiting for don't match your skills and specialisms. We're always interested in meeting new talent.

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Business Development Manager, EPAL

To support Triple Line to win new business and grow its project portfolio of consultancy work in international development around the world, working closely with the Business Development Manager

Evaluation, Policy Analysis, and Learning (EPAL)
Full-time, Employed
£36,000 - £45,000
London, UK (primarily office based, some flexiblity on home working)
Reports to:
Frameworks & Partnerships Lead, EPAL
Start date:
As soon as available

Application deadline 28th June 2024