Financial Services Apprenticeship Scheme

18th December 2018

We are pleased to announce that our wealth management department are looking to introduce a Financial Services Apprenticeship scheme.

 

The aim of this scheme is to identify local talented individuals and help them to develop into the next generation of financial advisers/ planners and be part of our successful wealth management team.

 

Once this initial apprenticeship is completed ,there may be opportunities for the right person to continue to develop within the business either supporting our client administration team, or moving into a research / paraplanner role with further training and qualifications over the following 2- 3 years.

 

Beyond this, there are a number of opportunities including the prospect to move into the financial advice sector of the business with training towards becoming a Chartered Financial Planner over the longer term. Alternatively, the individual may want to further their career focusing on the administration / paraplanning area of the business. The team would welcome support in all of these areas as the business continues to grow.

 

The main objective is to find a talented individual that would like to learn and grow into a career within our financial services / wealth management team, and be part of supporting our clients in this area for many years to come.

 

If you, or anyone you know may be interested in this opportunity please contact David Salmon or Sara Henderson by telephone on 01945 581937 or by email at info@whitingandpartnerswm.co.uk.



 
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