Work in an agile and collaborative fiduciary business and be part of a truly diverse workforce where you will seize every opportunity in supporting the company’s clients and staff, being recognised for the dedication you show.
In this value-driven environment, you will have access to the professional development opportunities you need to advance your career. As well as nurturing the talent of their employees, this innovative organisation also positively impacts local communities that are directly and indirectly engaged with the business, through its positive corporate social responsibility initiatives.
Responsibilities will include:
Dealing with day-to-day administration tasks associated with a portfolio of clients and assisting other team members clients where required
Developing a good technical understanding of trust and share plan administration and more complex money laundering and regulation issues
Ensuring a quality service is delivered at all times
Building and maintaining strong working relationships with clients
Experience and skills required:
Ideally a minimum of 3 years’ employee benefit trust experience
Either hold or currently working towards a relevant professional qualification
Strong interpersonal skills
Willingness to check understanding of tasks
Ability to work well within a team
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at all times.