Rotational Graduate Scheme
Are you looking to step into a general management career with a progressive and highly respected wealth management company?
At St. James’s Place we have an exciting opportunity for a number of graduates with ambition and a genuine interest in progressing to management level within a wealth management business.
St. James’s Place Wealth Management plc is a leading, and highly regarded, FTSE 100 UK company. We distribute a range of investment and retirement products and financial solutions to individuals, businesses and trustees through our dedicated network of advisers – the Partnership. Our client funds under management currently stand at over £71bn.
You will join a formal Rotational Graduate Programme based at our Cirencester head office. Over a three year period you will undertake up to six, 6-month placements, working within a variety of departments and colleagues of all levels, gaining a valuable insight into a fast-paced business area.
We can offer the successful candidates a challenging and interesting career path in an innovative, growing business. Your journey could take you forward to a number of career opportunities in Business Development, Finance, Marketing, Investment Management Legal, HR or Technology to name a few areas.
We will also support you in studying for your Wealth Management Masters Degree through Loughborough University School of Business and Economics.
We are looking for bright individuals with great communication skills who are able to balance personal confidence and ambition with teamwork and humility. You will have a professional, positive and conscientious attitude, and be looking to develop your knowledge and career.
If you would like to apply, please click below and you will be directed to a site managed by our Recruitment Partner, Emma Burgh. Emma will then be in touch.
We advise you apply as early as possible as we may close schemes early if we receive enough applications. If selected, there will be a video application as part of the process.
Assessment Centres – in Cirencester during January or February 2017.
Following the Assessment Centres, successful candidates will need to attend a final stage interview.