The consulting team at Firstcall is currently talking to an array of first-rate employers in the trust and corporate sector. These businesses are hungry for bringing on board the right people and further reinforcing their teams.
There is seemingly a lot of change in the market with acquisitions and mergers taking place, and this can mean a difference to the company culture and environment.
Many professionals have typically sat tight with the view that moving companies comes with its risks. But with all that’s going on, it could seemingly be a perfect time to take control and capitalise on the variety of opportunities and directions available and ultimately find an environment that aligns with you.
Our clients are driving for suitable candidates to join them at this latter stage of 2018, or at the beginning of 2019. They are eager to showcase the positives for considering their company and culture as your next phase for your career.
The live areas of hiring do cover a selection of disciplines to include permanent and contract openings in:
- Client services/administration
- Client onboarding
- Compliance and file reviews
The appetite from our clients is for individuals who are:
- Dynamic & motivated
- Enjoy a challenge
- Committed and passionate about their careers
- First-rate communicators
The marketplace is primed for those already holding industry-related knowledge and credentials, with a focus on those with anywhere from two years’ + experience, through to manager/associate director or even managing director level.
Job opportunities include:
- Trust administrator
- Senior administrator and trust officer
- Trust relationship manager
- Client accounting manager
- Senior accountant
- Assistant manager – on-boarding
- Associate director
- Managing director
- Compliance manager and MLRO
- Client file reviewer
If you’re interested in talking through your considerations, thoughts and ultimate career desires then contact Marcel or Silvi on 714634 or email email@example.com including ‘Trust & Company Career’ in the subject line.