Your future at Fisher

Why Consider a Future at Fisher

At Fisher, we’re proud to be different from other money management firms. We focus on bettering the investment universe and providing unparalleled service to our clients to help them meet their goals. We are also proud to be recognized as a top place to work; a place where our employees can thrive, grow and do amazing work that has an impact on our clients’ lives, whether directly or indirectly. Successful employees can enjoy upward mobility, generous compensation and exciting careers.

We invest heavily in our employees and create a work environment where they can achieve great things and develop rewarding, lifelong careers. We embrace diversity and innovation and like to promote from within. It’s important to take time to celebrate wins, both big and small, and we foster a culture of recognition where strong performance is recognized and rewarded.

Providing employees with great benefits that support their health and wellbeing is a priority to us. In the U.S., we received The Oregonian’s Top Workplace recognition 3 years in a row, with a special award for best Benefits in 2017 and 2019! 100% of health, dental and vision premiums are covered for employees, a generous 50% 401(k) match*, and an array of on-site perks such as food vendors are just a few of the reasons we earned this special recognition for our great benefits.

With a strong culture of learning and development, we offer extensive opportunities that support employees’ growth and success. We are unique in that we offer open career paths; here you can chart your own course and build a rewarding, lifelong career based on your skills and interests. You can also explore and evaluate other roles in order to find your best Fisher fit.

*Up to the IRS Max

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