We find the right people for the right roles.
Through our dedicated strengths-based service, we provide external recruitment to a broad range of markets and technical specialisms including Legal, HR, Compliance, Risk Management, Cyber Security, Quantitative Analytics, Data Science, Strategy and Sales.
When we take on a new role with a client, we don’t just look at the skills and experience required – we explore the tasks involved, and the culture of the team and organisation, in order to understand who would really succeed in the role.
When we speak with candidates, we’re not just box-ticking for a range of competencies. We look beyond these to understand not only whether someone can do a role, but how well they will perform and what will enable them to flourish.
Strengths-based recruitment helps to uncover what’s really important to ensure a much more authentic ‘fit’. It helps candidates in choosing between multiple offers in a competitive market and validates gut feel for recruiters seeking that special ‘something’. It results in a shorter time to performance, higher performance overall, and greater retention.
We also work with organisations to design, develop and launch internal strengths-based approaches to recruitment, from attraction through to induction and talent movement.
The Analytics Manager will report directly to a member of the Executive Team, with responsibility for driving the organisation’s analytics agenda globally. This is a client facing role, where the incumbent will spend approximately half of his/her time creating analytics insight and the other half engaging with clients / key stakeholders.
Data Science will be responsible for the design and build of breakthrough approaches and solutions based on advanced analytical techniques.
We are working exclusively with a big 4 firm in regards to identifying 3 Senior Managers to join the Credit Risk team in their Canary Wharf offices. Quantitative Risk is a rapidly growing area supported by an increased focus across the industry. That makes this a great time to join a high-profile team where you’ll be surrounded by some of the most interesting and knowledgeable colleagues around. The team works closely with other members of the financial services risk practitice, as well as the IT Advisory and Financial Accounting teams, bringing together the range of quantitative modelling and technical skillsets needed to support our clients’ complex requirements. Driven by the company's strategic growth plans and industry change, the quant team is projected to see year-on-year growth over the next 3 years. Our client offers comprehensive solutions to industry wide challenges, including IFRS 9, Stress Testing, FRTB, and derivative valuation and xVA.
We are seeking an HR Advisor to join our client's growing dynamic Human Resources team. The role is based in the head office on the sunny South Coast. This role is a great opportunity to make a real difference – its varied, hands-on and practical and no two days are the same. Ideally we are looking for someone with 5 years’ solid HR generalist experience gained at HR advisor level or above. You will need to be someone who enjoys a challenge, can see the opportunities to add-value, is a strong influencer and is comfortable working remotely from the rest of the HR team.
Our Big 4 Advisory Client are looking to build out their market leading Insurance Risk advisory team in London at either Manager or Assitant manager level.
Our Client is recruiting for a Junior Legal Counsel to assist in ensuring that an effective legal service is provided globally by supporting management and staff of our commercial departments when required.
We are looking for a Learning & Development Manager to take responsibility for developing learning solutions for our client that drive and embed a culture of learning and performance You will work closely with the Global Head of People, People Teams and all employees including Managing Partners across the globe to design and deliver programmes that support our global L&D strategy. You'll collaborate with the US and UK People Teams to build blended learning solutions that incorporate inductions, programmes for graduates, technical skills, management development, engagement and culture change.
We are looking for a UK People Director to develop and implement the UK people strategy for our client, working closely with the Managing Partners, US People Director and Global People Director. This is a key role in the company as our core belief is that people happiness is fundamental to business success. This is a real opportunity to shape and influence employee experience in the company. In addition, you will manage a team of 2 and be able to offer credible advice and support on operational day to day issues.