Graduate Headhunter - Finance
- London, London Central
- £30,000 ote
- 8th Aug ’21
This company was founded in 2009 by three consultants who had worked together at a larger firm and wanted to focus on creating a business that is; international, specialised and able to add to value to the financial services sector.
They focus on the systematic trading markets across research and technology and spent a lot of time cultivating incredibly strong relationships with the world?s leading quant and tech driven trading firms as well as top tier investment banks.
You'd join the business as a graduate consultant and your role would be to support senior consultants and team leaders in finding and researching suitable candidates within the trading firms and investment banks. Also you would be;
- Finding and delivering the best talent within systematic trading across both Europe and the US
- Researching the banking and financial services sectors
- Completing research that will aid with business development and maximise this companies revenues
- Market-leading, they've been working within this space longer than any of their competitors and have a presence across; The UK, USA and Europe
- Great commission structure and benefits package, up to 50% once you pass a certain level
- Exposure to the world's largest and successful trading companies and investment banks
- 2 company holidays a year when travel is allowed (usually skiing and a summer trip)
- Extremely high earning potential, employees who have been within the business for 3 years are already on 6 figure salaries
- Fully stocked drinks fridge for Friday drinks!
What They're Looking For
- Confidence and ambition, they hire top performers and want everyone there to be strive to those levels
- Engaged and curious in order to seek out the very best candidates - they recruit the elite who are often hard to find but when it pays off, it pays off big
- ABB or equivalent at A-Level with strong university academics
- Financially motivated
- Some previous sales experience would be of interest but not a necessity