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Junior Trader

Give A Grad A Go
London
£25,000 - £30,000 a year
Permanent
Graduate

£25,000 - £30,000 a yearPermanentInterested in finance graduate jobs in London, and want to work for a market-leading executive broker? A world-renowned specialist brokerage firm are on the hunt for an ambitious and dynamic Junior Trader to join their team - could it be you? Company profile In this Junior Trader graduate job, you will be joining an established brokerage firm with offices all over the world - in London, New York, Chicago and Singapore. With experienced traders and brokers from some of the largest banks in the world, their team are known for both their experience and their industry expertise. As this established firm look to grow further in 2019, they are now also in the process of developing an exciting new arm focusing upon cash bonds and futures trading. Job description In this Junior Trader graduate job, you will be working alongside the Managing Director, focusing on helping with electronic trading, cash bonds and futures. This multi-faceted role will be a steep learning curve, but offer plenty of exposure to the trading and broking world, plus invaluable insight into the broader financial markets. Being a new division of the business, you can expect a challenging and varied role – best suited to someone who relishes the idea of no two days being the same. Key responsibilities In this Junior Trader graduate job, your responsibilities will include: Liaising with clients regularly, both over the phone and online Sending trade confirmations Creating and analysing profit and loss calculations Calculating venue distribution statistics Checking working levels against client orders to ensure the smooth running of trades Working closely alongside the Managing Director on a daily basis Undertaking various ad hoc duties to support the business So, what are we looking for? A minimum of a 2.2 from a top university Great numeracy skills - ideally an A Level in Maths Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written Ideally some previous experience (6 months) in the financial services Fantastic attention to detail, with the ability to keep many plates spinning at once Someone with the confidence to work autonomously and potentially longer hours when required What else is on offer? An excellent starting basic salary between 25,000 - 30,000 Great offices in the heart of the city Plenty of opportunity for profession in a growing business The chance to work closely alongside senior management, and help to develop a new division of the business Looking for trading graduate jobs in London and interested in working in financial services? If you’re a proactive and ambitious graduate with an interest in broking and trading, apply for this Junior Trader job in London today. Discover more Finance Graduate Jobs

13 hours ago

2019 Graduate Scheme: Business Coordinator

Tripod Partners
London W1D
£20,000 - £22,000 a year
Full-time
Graduate

£20,000 - £22,000 a yearThe Tripod Partners graduate scheme provides a unique opportunity to graduates aspiring to work within a fast-paced, national recruitment agency. By joining a high-growth, entrepreneurial company, you will have the chance to work across the business and fast track your career with us. This is an unrivalled opportunity to join a team that that celebrate being the best. So we need you to be brilliant too!ABOUT US.Tripod Partners is a specialist healthcare recruitment agency and have become a key supplier to many healthcare organisations within the UK. With over 1,000 active working contractors, Tripod Partners have rapidly developed into an essential recruitment partner for organisations seeking a reliable and professional service for scarcely available high calibre candidates.Based out of vibrant Soho, you will play a major role in assisting this innovative, high-growth pioneering company.By joining the graduate scheme, you will work across the business, primarily covering account management and candidate compliance.Account Management: Work closely with our clients to deliver the contractual obligations set out in company agreements.Social Media: Grow our social influence across our key channels and help build the ultimate community of sector specific group.This is an ideal opportunity for a highly ambitious individual, hoping to establish themselves in a dynamic and fast paced industry.OVERALL PURPOSE OF SCHEME:A 12 month scheme leading to a full time role that will provide you access to many areas of the business, enable you to grow business acumen and help you understand which direction you want to take your career.We are looking for enthusiastic, flexible, self-starters with an eye for detail and hunger to learn.DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:By undertaking the 12 month grad scheme, you will be expected to:

13 hours ago

Junior Risk Analyst

Give A Grad A Go
London
£28,000 - £29,000 a year
Permanent
Graduate

£28,000 - £29,000 a yearPermanentLooking for risk analyst graduate jobs in London and want to join one of London’s fastest growing FinTech startups? Based on London’s Silicon Roundabout, this highly successful tech business are looking to grow their team – and are looking for a Junior Risk Analyst with some experience in compliance. Company profile In this Junior Risk Analyst graduate job, you will be joining a highly successful tech startup, whose clients include the likes of Thomas Cook, TripAdvisor and The Guardian. As one of the largest FinTech companies in London, they process 3 billion worth of transactions for over 30,000 businesses in the UK and across several European countries. Since they were created in 2010, they have already raised an astonishing $22.5 million in funding from some of the world’s leading investors! Job description In this Junior Risk Analyst graduate job, you wll be joining the company’s operations team, and working closely with their close-knit support team. Your primary objective will be to ensure that the company is compliant with their regulatory requirements, whilst also helping their customers get up to speed with the product as soon as possible. You’ll be working as part of a small-close-knit team, conducting risk analysis and financial fraud investigations – so it’s essential that you are an ambitious and adaptable team player. Key responsibilities In this Junior Risk Analyst graduate job, your responsibilities will include: Communicating with clients via email and telephone Reviewing documentation from the clients Using the in-house systems to assess risk and protect their customers Running checks on new accounts Carrying out qualitative and quantitative assessments of accounts and transaction data Building and maintaining relationships with compliance, legal and support members of the community So, what are we looking for? Top academics, with a minimum of a 2.1 ideally in a relevant subject (e.g. Law) 1 years’ previous legal experience would be desirable A real passion for the FinTech industry and protecting the company against fraud and risk A fast learner who can understand complex information and share it in a simple format Incredible organisation skills with excellent attention to detail A confident communicator, both written and verbal with flawless command of English A team player who enjoys collaborating with others A problem solver who will enjoy making processes more efficient What else is on offer? A great starting salary of between 28,000 - 29,000 Expert training from day one The chance to join a highly successful FinTech team with huge plans for growth Bi-weekly and monthly team lunches and nights out Excellent coffee and fully stocked fridges Amazing open plan offices in a great location in Central London Looking for risk analyst jobs and interested in law and compliance? If you’re looking to work in the FinTech sector and join a fast-growing tech startup, apply for this Junior Risk Analyst graduate job in London today! Discover more FinTech Graduate Jobs

13 hours ago

Recent Graduate Vet

CVS UK Ltd
Maidenhead
Full-time
Graduate

The Pines Veterinary Clinic are seeking a new/recent graduate vet to complete their small friendly team of 3 vets, 3 RVN's and SVN's The Pines Veterinary Clinic is a fully equipped practice within close proximity to many beautiful areas, including Windsor and the Chilterns. Maidenhead is on the Paddington line for quick and easy access to London, and we are a short drive from Heathrow for those that have a passion for travel! As a practice, we are committed to ongoing investment in the training and development of our vets, nurses (we are an RCVS approved training practice) and support staff. The position is full time, and includes minimal OOH in a nearby hospital (supported by experienced onsite dedicated OOH veterinary surgeons) The position includes enrolment onto the CVS New Graduate scheme, which provides candidates with a dedicated in practice mentor and structured CPD to allow you to develop your clinical skills In return, you will receive:To enquire informally, please email Louise.best@pinesvets.co.uk

13 hours ago

Sales Support Intern

MathWorks
Galway
Internship
Graduate

InternshipDiscover the opportunity to join a multinational, dynamic and multicultural software company that cultivates and encourages the development of all its people around the world. As a member of a first-class sales team you will engage with customers who are developing cutting edge technologies and are looking to MathWorks products to help them succeed. What will you get from our graduate sales development program? Our graduate program will help you make the most of your potential; personally, and professionally. We have a comprehensive on-boarding and continuous training environment to support, guide and develop your skills within a diverse, global environment.ResponsibilitiesA sales career in MathWorks starts with Sales Development; the all-important first follow-up with our customers, from our multi-national clients to those innovative and creative start-ups. Tune your skills to uncover sales opportunities, directly contributing to the success of customers and MathWorks Are you our ideal candidate? As you would expect, there are certain abilities and qualities you will need to succeed with us.Capacity: You will have the intellectual and creative ability to learn quicklyAchievement: We know the graduates we recruit will be future MathWorks leadersCollaboration: Working effectively as part of a diverse teamEnergy: Have the drive, confidence and adaptability to get things doneMinimum QualificationsCandidates must be pursuing a master's level or a PhD level degree.Additional QualificationsFluency in at least one European language, in addition to EnglishCustomer facing experience, face to face or on the phone, preferably in sales or an influencing situation (telemarketing, fund raising, customer service or retail experience) and eager to learn more!Experience with MS Office and social networking platforms

13 hours ago

Apprentice Autocare Technician

KwikFit (GB) Limited
London
£7,524 - £11,998 a year
Apprenticeship
Graduate

£7,524 - £11,998 a yearApprenticeshipOur Apprentices are the future of our business. As an apprentice on our fast paced, 30 month Apprentice programme you will learn all of the skills to become a top Autocare Technician with a fantastic range of future career options ahead of you. It goes without saying that you will have a keen interest in cars and everything associated with them, but you need much more than that. All of our centres run as individual teams, so being a team player is absolutely essential, and people will rely on you to be there to support the team and get involved in everything that goes on in the centre. That will mean cleaning and sometimes painting your centre to make sure our customers get a great experience During the Apprenticeship you will gain expertise not only in the technical elements of your role having a good grasp of the practical and theoretical aspects of the vehicle systems you service, but you will also learn excellent telephone, customer handling and effective sales skills, as well as strong problem solving and self-organisation skills. You need to be determined to succeed, many of our Apprentices who have graduated from the programme have quickly progressed to more senior positions, we will be there to help you every step of the way, but you have to be prepared to work hard to achieve your goals, that will include working to improve your abilities in English and Maths too, as the ability to write and interpret reports is very important to us, are you up for it? So, if that sounds like you, and you want the best apprenticeship in the industry and you are prepared to work hard and have real determination to succeed you may be just what we are looking for. 'its all about our world class service' We are looking for; A real desire to learn as much as possible about Cars and the Autocare sector of the Motor Industry. Self-motivated, willing and able to take responsibility for your own learning and study. A Team player. You will be someone who will always go the extra mile to support your team to show our customers that We Care and give them great service. Be resilient. Someone who sticks with a task even when things are not going to plan, and won’t quit if you have a bad day. Be honest, punctual and reliable. Seeking a Career, not a Job. Preferably a grade A* - C or 4-9 in GCSE English and Maths or equivalent.

13 hours ago

Lecturer Below The Bar

NUI Galway
Galway
Full-time
Permanent

Applications are invited for an appointment as Lecturer (Below the Bar) in Computer Science at the National University of Ireland Galway. NUI Galway, which was originally founded in 1845, is a publicly funded university and has earned international recognition as a research-led university with a commitment to top-quality teaching and research. According to the 2017 QS World University Rankings, NUI Galway is in the Top 1% of universities in the world, consolidating its position among the world’s elite educational institutions. In the QS World University Rankings by Subject for 2017, Computer Science at NUI Galway was ranked second in Ireland, in the world ranking band 201-250. The University now wishes to recruit an outstanding individual to a full-time permanent Lecturer (Below the Bar) position in the Discipline of Information Technology, within the College of Engineering and Informatics. The successful candidate will actively contribute to the University’s strategic vision for ICT, and will participate in research, teaching, student project supervision, and programme administration across a complimentary portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate ICT programmes. Research contribution is of fundamental importance in the role. It is anticipated that the new appointee will develop an outstanding research programme in a relevant area of Computer Science, attracting R&D funding in fundamental and applied research areas, and applying for major funding awards such as the SFI Investigators Programme and the European Research Council (ERC) Grant programmes. The appointee will also be required to develop national and international collaborations with academia and industry. The new appointee will be expected to disseminate their work through peer-reviewed journals and high-impact conferences. While applications are invited from any branch of Computer Science, we are particularly interested in candidates whose teaching and research specialisms complement those of the Discipline of Information Technology, in domains including but not limited to: artificial intelligence; machine learning; cloud computing; complex information visualisation; data analytics; computer forensics and cybersecurity; trust and privacy; complex and adaptive systems; embedded systems; digital media and games; and software engineering & quality. The successful candidate will be required to contribute strongly to teaching fundamental and applied computer science on our portfolio of undergraduate and taught postgraduate programmes, as well as participating in programme administration, programme promotion, and outreach activities. The appointed candidate will be expected to develop new curricula, prepare course materials, deliver course work, supervise undergraduate and postgraduate students in their project work, and conduct related administrative duties. At NUI Galway, the existing Discipline of Information Technology is currently being developed into a new School of Computer Science. This is a very exciting development that will both heighten the profile of Computer Science and will open up many new opportunities, and there is an opportunity for the new appointee to influence the development of the research and teaching agenda of the new School of Computer Science. The successful candidate shall possess: For informal enquiries, please contact Professor Michael Madden, Chair of Computer Science. Email michael.madden@nuigalway.ie or telephone: +353-91-493797. Please see the following website for additional information about Information Technology/Computer Science in NUI Galway: www.it.nuigalway.ie. Salary: €37,979 p.a. to €58,944 p.a. (This appointment will be made on the Lecturer Below the Bar scale in line with current Government pay policy.) (For pre 1995 public sector entrants in Ireland, the D class Salary rates will apply.) Closing date for receipt of applications is 17:00 (Irish Time) on Tuesday, 26th February, 2019. It will not be possible to consider applications received after the closing date. Garda vetting will apply. Appointments will be conditional on work authorisation validation. Further details are available at http://www.dbei.gov.ie For more information and Application Form please see website: http://www.nuigalway.ie/about-us/jobs/ Applications must be submitted online. Please note that appointment to posts advertised will be dependent upon University approval, together with the terms of the Employment Control Framework for the higher education sector. National University of Ireland Galway is an equal opportunities employer.

13 hours ago

Graduate Civil Engineer

GradSecure
Dublin
Full-time
Permanent

PermanentRole DescriptionOur client is a large multi-disciplinary engineering firm based in Dublin, but with offices across Ireland and the UK. They are currently seeking to hire a graduate Civil Engineer for a role based in Dublin City Centre.The successful Graduate will work on a range of civil engineering works including planning, construction, infrastructure, logistic, health & safety in addition to technical reporting.Responsibilities

13 hours ago

Business Administrator

Blaney
Ballymena
Full-time
Graduate

Business Administrator within busy office of a manufacturing business. You will be involved in a range of administration tasks throughout the business. Business graduates will also be considered.Duties include:

13 hours ago

Administrator I

Dublin City University
Dublin
Permanent
Graduate

DUBLIN CITY UNIVERSITY OFFICE OF THE VICE-PRESIDENT ACADEMIC AFFAIRS (REGISTRAR) ADMINISTRATOR I, ACADEMIC SECRETARIATPERMANENT General Information Dublin City University is a dynamic and innovative institution that is distinguished both by the quality and impact of its graduates and by its focus on the translation of knowledge into societal and economic benefit. Excellence in education and research has led to DCU’s consistent ranking among the world’s leading young universities. Having grown its student population by more than 50% in the past five years, DCU is Ireland’s fastest growing university and today hosts more than 17,000 students across its three academic campuses (DCU Glasnevin Campus; DCU St. Patrick’s Campus; DCU All Hallows Campus). Academic Secretariat The Vice President Academic Affairs (Registrar) is the Chief Academic Officer of the University and is responsible to the President for the management of the academic business of the University. Working with senior colleagues, the VPAA (Registrar) has overall responsibility for the regulation and development of courses and programmes, examinations and assessments, and all matters relating to students and their studies. The VPAA (Registrar) is supported in discharging her remit specifically with respect to matters of Academic Governance by the Academic Secretariat. Overview of the Role Reporting to the Academic Secretary or her nominee, and working as part of a team, the post holder will be responsible for the provision of high-level administrative support to a number of University Committees, the co-ordination of University approval process for programmes of study, the systematic implementation and on-going review of policies and procedures that lie with the Secretariat’s remit and the carrying out of research and project related activities, as required. Duties and responsibilities The duties and responsibilities attaching to the post include but are not restricted to the following:  Shared responsibility for the co-ordination of the business of Academic Council and of its three main subcommittees: Education Committee, University Standards Committee and Graduate Research Studies Board. Duties in this respect include the preparation of agendas in consultation with relevant chairpersons, co-ordinating committee papers, drafting minutes and other documentation, and carrying out all relevant follow up from meetings.  Shared responsibility for the co-ordination of the approval process, at University level, with respect to new programmes of study and adaptations of existing programmes, including those involving collaborative provision. This includes working with programme proposers and other representatives of Faculties on the submission of proposals for validation, accreditation and Education Committee approval. It also involves writing validation and accreditation reports for Academic Council and carrying out all relevant follow up from the approval process and related meetings.  Participation in and/or leadership of working groups and/or project teams.  Proactively supporting and co-ordinating the production, systematic dissemination, implementation and review of university policies and standard operating procedures associated with Academic Council and its subcommittees, as well as the University programme approval and collaborative provision processes.  In conjunction with relevant colleagues within and outside the Secretariat, devising and monitoring implementation of quality assurance mechanisms to ensure the accuracy, completeness and integrity of administrative processes and related data that come within the unit’s remit  Undertaking research, producing draft reports and/or proposals that will inform decision making, both in the context of the work of University committees and in the context of the wider remit of the Academic Secretariat.  Maintaining a high level of awareness of and familiarity with sectoral developments, nationally and internationally, relating to academic governance and academic quality assurance.  Undertaking such other duties as may be assigned from time to time by the Academic Secretary. Qualifications, experience and skills required Applicants must hold a minimum of a primary degree or equivalent and should ideally have a minimum of 5 years’ relevant experience in higher education administration, preferably including the provision of support to academic or related decision-making bodies and/or programme approval (accreditation) processes. In addition, applicants should possess:  excellent oral and written communication skills  excellent administrative and organisational skills, including a proven ability to meet deadlines and to produce high quality documentation to deadline  a significant understanding of academic governance and academic policy-making  a demonstrable commitment to the continuous improvement of process, procedures and, where relevant, related business solutions  the ability to work flexibly and collaboratively  the ability to deal confidently with academic and administrative staff at all levels in the University, to understand a wide range of different perspectives and to maintain confidentiality. Salary scale: €51,477 - €73,097 (Administrator I) Appointment will be commensurate with qualifications and experience and will be made on the appropriate point of the salary scale in line with current Government pay policy. Closing Date: 01 February 2019 Informal enquires: Informal enquiries should be directed to Pauline Mooney, Academic Secretary, DCU: pauline.mooney@dcu.ie. Application Procedure: Application forms are available from the DCU Current Vacancies (open Competitions) website at http://www.dcu.ie/vacancies/current.shtml and also from the Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9. Tel: +353 (0) 1 7005149. Please clearly state the role that you are applying for in your application and email subject line: #1094Administrator, Academic Secretariat. Applications should be submitted by email to hr.applications@dcu.ie or by Fax: +353 (0)1 7005500 or by post to the Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9. Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9. Tel: +353 1 700 5149; Fax: +353 1 700 5500 Email: hr.applications@dcu.ie Dublin City University is an equal opportunities employer

13 hours ago
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