Mortgage Administrator Expanding, dynamic company

Location- Weybridge

Salary- £22,000 – £25,000 depending upon experience

Are you looking for your next challenge as a mortgage administrator?

This is an exceptional opportunity for an ambitious individual to work with a dynamic and friendly team and relish the opportunity to take ownership of a busy mortgage admin role within an expanding company.

The role comes with exciting challenges and opportunities to develop skills with a company that has grown from strength to strength over the last two years and is continuing to expand.

This role offers fantastic scope for a bright, on-the-ball individual to offer mortgage administrative support in a busy and vibrant wealth management company who are part of St James place. Ideal for someone with a strong commitment to self-leadership, there are fantastic opportunities to learn new skills and build valuable experience within a highly driven team.

If you are keen to show how you can take initiative, make a valuable contribution, and demonstrate a natural ability to prioritise, organise and continue to move forward with new challenges, this could well be just what you are looking for.

Duties:

  • Provide fantastic mortgage administrative support to the team
  • Manage meeting room bookings, including set up, catering and any other necessary supplies
  • Ensuring the efficient processing of business, ensuring clients receive a high level of service
  • Maintaining and updating client records

To be considered for this role, you must have:

  • Exceptional organisational skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects at any one time
  • A proactive and flexible approach to work
  • An enthusiastic attitude
  • A superb telephone manner
  • Work well under pressure
  • Thrive in a busy and demanding environment
  • Be able to prioritise your own workload
  • Have a keen eye for detail

Previous experience within and administration function within a financial services company or similar is desirable but not essential.

About our Client:

Our client, a partner of St James Wealth, is a successful business with an impressive client base and continued plans for expansion.  The company is team-focused and boasts a supportive and friendly working culture, where the efforts of every individual are appreciated and rewarded.

If this role sounds as though it could well be the one you’ve been waiting for, please email your CV with a covering letter now.

Please note that due to the high level of response, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. If you are not contacted within 7 days of your application, please assume you have not been successful. However, please keep applying as we work with some great local clients.

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Trainee Mortgage Administrator Expanding, dynamic company (Graduate programme)

Location- Weybridge

Salary- £20,000 – £25,000 depending upon experience

Are you a graduate (or similar/equivalent) looking for your first step towards starting a career within financial services? This is an exceptional opportunity for an ambitious individual to work with a dynamic and friendly team and relish the opportunity to start their career in financial services and build and develop necessary skill and experience.

The role comes with exciting challenges and opportunities to develop skills with a company that has grown from strength to strength over the last two years and is continuing to expand.

This role offers fantastic scope for a bright, on-the-ball individual to offer mortgage administrative support in a busy and vibrant wealth management company who are part of St James place. Ideal for someone with a strong commitment to self-leadership, there are fantastic opportunities to learn new skills and build valuable experience within a highly driven team.

If you are keen to show how you can take initiative, make a valuable contribution, and demonstrate a natural ability to prioritise, organise and continue to move forward with new challenges, this could well be just what you are looking for.

Duties:

  • Provide fantastic mortgage administrative support to the team
  • Manage meeting room bookings, including set up, catering and any other necessary supplies
  • Ensuring the efficient processing of business, ensuring clients receive a high level of service
  • Maintaining and updating client records

To be considered for this role, you must have:

  • Exceptional organisational skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects at any one time
  • A proactive and flexible approach to work
  • An enthusiastic attitude
  • A superb telephone manner
  • Work well under pressure
  • Thrive in a busy and demanding environment
  • Be able to prioritise your own workload
  • Have a keen eye for detail

Previous experience within and administration function within a financial services company or similar is desirable but not essential.

About our Client:

Our client, a partner of St James Wealth, is a successful business with an impressive client base and continued plans for expansion.  The company is team-focused and boasts a supportive and friendly working culture, where the efforts of every individual are appreciated and rewarded.

If this role sounds as though it could well be the one you’ve been waiting for, please email your CV with a covering letter now.

Please note that due to the high level of response, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. If you are not contacted within 7 days of your application, please assume you have not been successful. However, please keep applying as we work with some great local clients.

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Office Assistant/ Receptionist

Job Title: Office Assistant/ Receptionist

Salary: up to £22,000 depending on experience

Location: Covent Gardens, London

Job Description

Our client is looking for an Office Assistant/ Receptionist to provide a confidential and efficient coordination service to ensure the seamless management of calls and associated tasks and responsibilities.

Role and Responsibilities:

  • Receive and answer mainline telephone calls ensuring they are answered politely and efficiently and within 3 rings
  • Process calls as appropriate including transferring phone calls correctly and message taking and passing on
  • Announce calls and callers to the Partners and Staff
  • Provide help and assistance to callers as required with regards to the relevant person to speak to and answer general enquiries as far as is practical
  • Meet and greet visitors, keeping a record of their name and person/department they’re meeting with – Logging in Visitor’s Book.
  • Issue of Parking Permits to all visitors, logging and printing supplies.
  • Provide refreshments to visitors as appropriate
  • Escort visitors to the relevant department/meeting room as required.
  • Upkeep of company brochure packs and supplies in Reception Area and supplies required by Partners.
  • Manage on Outlook the bookings for the use of the meeting rooms and conferencing facilities ensuring no double bookings are made.
  • Ensure the rooms are tidy and replenished with refreshment supplies on an ongoing basis.
  • Provide stationery and aids as applicable e.g. Flip chart and pens and paper.
  • Provide assistance for ad hoc meetings as required
  • Receive incoming mail, date stamp it and distribute accordingly
  • Process outgoing mail, keeping a record on a spreadsheet
  • Order bikes and couriers and ensure appropriate records are maintained
  • Reconcile invoices and code for payment, handle any anomalies; arrange for authorisation in accordance with Synergy procedure and pass to accounts for payment once authorised.
  • Manage the internal telephone directories keeping them up to date and relevant, and distributing across the office
  • Full working knowledge of all photocopiers, ensuring on a daily basis they are fully supplied and stock (paper/toners).
  • Organise restaurant bookings, order taxis, photocopying; office filing

Job Specific Technical Skills:

  • Telephone/Switchboard operator
  • Excel, Word and Outlook proficient
  • Good verbal communication skills – interpersonal skills

The ideal candidate should:

  • Previous reception and front of house experience essential
  • Good level of education and GCSE passes
  • Be able to work independently
  • Have a positive, ‘can-do’ attitude
  • Be able to multi-task and assimilate new tasks quickly

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Paraplanner

Location: Outskirts of Guildford

Salary: Negotiable depending upon experience 

This is undoubtedly a fantastic opportunity for a talented, aspirational individual looking to move into a role that focuses on building technical skills as well as strong client relationships.

Working in busy, friendly modern offices in a semi-rural location in the Surrey Hills between Dorking and Guildford. The team comprises of seven advisers and four paraplanners with several team members in admin support roles. The office is open plan and operates a pod system, where each paraplanner will have administrative support.

Focused on helping their clients to understand and plan for their financial future, their primary areas of advice are pensions planning (PPP to SIPP switches, Drawdown, OPS, DB, EPP) and investment planning (ISAs, OEICs), also advising (but to a lesser extent) on VCT, EIS, Structured Products and, of course, Trusts and tax planning. They are a well systemised business with a robust investment proposition – all managed internally.

Purpose of role:

To provide extensive technical support to Adviser(s)

Accountabilities:

  • Manage the planning workflow
  • Receive and implement requests from the Adviser(s)
  • Gather and record client data
  • Prepare and compare financial analysis
  • Prepare reports to a professional and timely standard
  • Provide information for annual reviews and identify areas not covered
  • Communicate with selected clients (face to face or remote) and third parties
  • Develop and maintain all processes relevant to technical support
  • Delegate and communicate clearly with technical and client support
  • Undertake financial planning and product-based research
  • Operate within the compliance and corporate standards of the business
  • Undertake appropriate professional development and training
  • Report on key measures on a regular basis

Skills, knowledge and experience:

  • High level of technical knowledge gained through previous experience as a paraplanner
  • Ability to use technical financial planning tools, financial modelling and back office software e.g. FE Analytics, Selectapension, Voyant
  • Clear understanding of an adviser’s role
  • Interpersonal skills to develop and maintain client trust and inspire confidence
  • Articulate – able to communicate effectively in verbal and written form
  • Solutions orientated – imaginative
  • Highly organised, methodical, analytical, disciplined, able to work to deadlines
  • Ability to use back office systems: Intelligent Office (IO) and Virtual Cabinet (our document management system
  • Level 4 Diploma in financial planning or working towards that level

Benefits Package:

  • 25 days holiday per annum
  • Death in Service Scheme
  • Income Protection Scheme
  • Simply Health Benefits Package
  • Auto enrolment pension scheme
  • Free parking at the office

To be considered for this role you will:

 

  • Need to demonstrate proven experience in a comparable paraplanning role. You will also need to be diploma qualified, or equivalent or working towards.

If this roles sounds as though it aligns with your desire to have a career that comes with fantastic ongoing career development prospects and a high level of compensation, please email your CV with a covering letter now.

Please note that due to the high level of response; only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. If you are not contacted within 7 days of your application, please assume you have not been successful. However, please keep applying as we work with some great local clients.

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Paraplanner

Location- Hove

Salary – Negotiable depending upon experience 

Are you looking for your next Paraplanning role within a company who put their employee’s progression and development at the top of their priority list?

Our client is a successful IFA firm which has been operating since 2003 and is now currently looking for a Paraplanner to join their growing team.

The successful candidate must be diploma qualified, or equivalent.

The specific responsibilities of this role are as follows:

  • Work with a selected number of consultants, taking fact find, meeting notes and general guidance from the consultants to prepare reports/
  • Ensure sufficient client information obtained and analyse information gathered by the consultant and challenging advice where required.
  • Undertake sufficient product, investment and market
  • Attain and maintain the level of competence as required by the firm.
  • Maintain all standards of performance as required by the firm.
  • Provide the person undertaking the Compliance Oversight Function on an as identified basis with the relevant client information where any pension transfer/opt out has been arranged on an execution only, insistent customer or correspondence only basis.
  • Ensure relevant CPD is maintained and recorded accurately.
  • Assist to develop, support and maintain processes

Benefits of the role:

  • Study support and financial aid for exams
  • 4 times death in service
  • Income protection after 26 weeks off work
  • Pension contribution up to 6% (6% only offered if you are contributing 3%)
  • Discretionary annual bonus
  • Flexible working hours offered
  • Private medical insurance
  • Childcare vouchers offered
  • Once probation is passed an interest free loan is offered for a season ticket

If this roles sounds as though it aligns with your desire to have a career that comes with fantastic ongoing career development prospects and a high level of compensation, please email your CV with a covering letter now.

If this role isn’t of interest then please contact us as we have a number of active roles at the moment that may be more suitable.

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Paraplanner

Location: South West London

Salary: Upto £55K depending experience

Are you ready to advance your professional status to bring you closer to a lucrative new position?

This company are an independently owned and award-winning wealth management group that combines professional financial planning and investment management expertise.

Since launching in 2010 they now have over 3 billion in assets, with 60% of their growth coming from recommendations.

The financial planning side of the business is now looking for a capable paraplanner to join their close-knit team and relish the opportunity to work alongside 2 other paraplanners and 8 administrators to support 8 advisers.

The ideal candidate will be diploma qualified or equivalent and enjoy focusing on technical research and suitability report writing for a mix of pensions, investments, tax planning and protection.

Some of the main benefits include the following:

  • Salary up to £55,000 DOE
  • 10% employer pension contribution.
  • Short walk from Green park station or Charing cross
  • Generous bonuses
  • Technical paraplanning position with full admin support.
  • Social and supportive team.

General Responsibilities

  • Be a point of contact for any Adviser queries.
  • Delegate work requests appropriately within the team.
  • Ensure team member’s workloads are monitored regularly and that they received adequate training and support.
  • Ensure Suitability Reports are updated with current legislation.
  • Authorise holiday requests for team ensuring appropriate internal process is carried out and records maintained.
  • Carry out annual appraisals for team.
  • Offer support and guidance to Administration team when required.

Main Duties & Responsibilities

  • Assess client’s objectives and carry out research to identify suitable solutions to meet client’s needs in line with an adviser’s recommendations and requests.
  • Discuss cases with adviser and proactively update the adviser throughout.
  • Carry out financial analysis to draft recommendation reports/letters for review and sign off by the advisers.
  • Prepare all relevant paperwork for client meetings.
  • Prepare and compile financial analysis.
  • Ensure that all regulatory and compliance standards are met and report any breach to the Compliance Manager.
  • Co-operate fully with the Complaints Manager with any complaints from clients.
  • Liaise with product providers and other relevant third parties.
  • Ensure that all client requirements are followed through to the appropriate conclusion.
  • Keep up to date with legislation.
  • Participate in online provider webinars for continued technical knowledge and ongoing CPD.
  • Ensure thorough knowledge of product research and analytical tools.
  • An understanding of FCA regulations and guidelines relating to financial services clients.

 

If this role sounds as though it aligns with your desire to have a career that comes with fantastic ongoing career development prospects and a high level of compensation, please email your CV with a covering letter now.

If this role isn’t of interest then please contact us as we have a number of active roles at the moment that may be more suitable.

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IFA Administrator

Location: Bury St Edmunds

Salary: Upto £25,000 depending on experience

Are you looking for your next challenge within financial services?

Our client is currently looking for an experienced IFA administrator to join their support team based in Bury St Edmonds. Our client is offering a superb opportunity to be part of a highly regarded and established firm who pride themselves on offering their clients a superb customer service.

Our client offers study leave and exam support to enable the successful candidate to progress into a future paraplanning role.

 

This role requires:

  • Strong administrative and organisational skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Good knowledge of Microsoft Office
  • Accuracy and attention to detail are key

Key Responsibilities:

  • Processing of new business and documentation in accordance with the agreed service and quality standards.
  • Ownership of full life cycle of transacted business.
  • Preparing for adviser/client appointments including collation of meeting packs, obtaining quotations, illustrations.
  • Point of contact for clients, to liaise on behalf of appointed adviser/s.
  • Dealing with client queries, taking the appropriate action to ensure the query is dealt with in a timely and effective manner.
  • Inputting and ongoing maintenance of data on internal systems ensuring the information is accurate and up to date.
  • General administration, ensuring the client service is of a high standard.
  • Monitoring own workflow and assisting colleagues where required.
  • Producing ad-hoc client valuations.
  • Liaise with other departments, offices and colleagues in a polite and professional manner.
  • Dealing with adviser charge, fee and commission enquiries.
  • Strong broad knowledge on the products and providers available on the open market.
  • Provide support to the Business Support Supervisor.

You also demonstrate the following personal attributes:

  • Are bright, well presented, friendly and personable
  • Are self-motivated
  • Are flexible and adaptable
  • Are honest and trustworthy
  • Are efficient, punctual and presentable
  • Possess cultural awareness and sensitivity
  • Demonstrate sound work ethics
  • Are conscientious, reliable and with work follow-through
  • Are a resourceful and creative problem solver
  • Are able to maintain strict confidentiality in performing your duties

If this roles sounds as though it aligns with your desire to have a career that comes with fantastic ongoing career development prospects and a high level of compensation, please email your CV with a covering letter now.

Please note that due to the high level of response; only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. If you are not contacted within 7 days of your application, please assume you have not been successful. However, please keep applying as we work with some great local clients.

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Junior Paraplanner

Salary: Dependent on your experience

Location: Bury St. Edmonds

Are you ready to challenge yourself and obtain an opportunity to advance your professional status and qualifications to bring you closer to a lucrative new position? If so, this could be your perfect position.

Our client is currently looking for a Junior Paraplanner to join their growing team. Offering exam support and study leave to become Diploma qualified, or equivalent.

This is undoubtedly a fantastic opportunity for a talented, aspirational individual looking to move into a role that focuses on building technical skills as well as strong client relationships.

General responsibilities:

  • Preparing for and attending all client meetings wherever possible, taking detailed written notes and following up on any technical points after the meeting.
  • Gathering and analysing comprehensive, detailed information from clients, their professional advisers and others.
  • Producing comprehensive and clear suitability letters for clients
  • Preparing a series of lifetime cashflow models relevant to each client’s circumstances, objectives and possible financial outcomes.
  • Constructing and producing a financial plan to address each client’s lifetime objectives in the context of these cashflow models, generally comprising (but not limited to) contingency planning, legacy/succession planning, asset allocation/wealth management and tax planning
  • Carrying out regular reviews of clients’ financial plans, circumstances and objectives
  • Dealing with complex and technical client queries as and when they arise
  • Interpreting new technical information, legislative and regulatory changes from various in-house and external sources and ensuring the team remains compliant with FCA and internal compliance procedures.
  • Being willing and able to work to pressing deadlines, sometimes involving a level of time commitment beyond standard working hours.

 

For this role our client is looking for someone who has ideally over 5 years’ experience within an IFA firm. They would also be looking for someone who is on their way to completing their chartered status (or equivalent). You will also have excellent knowledge of investment, life and pensions products and current legislation.

 

If this role sounds as though it aligns with your desire to have a career that comes with fantastic ongoing career development prospects and a high level of compensation, please email your CV with a covering letter now.

If this role isn’t of interest, then please contact us as we have a number of active roles at the moment that may be more suitable.

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IFA Administrator

Location: Godalming

Salary: Dependent on your experience.

Are you looking for your next challenge within financial services?

Our client is looking for an IFA Administrator to join their friendly, supportive team, providing the highest quality of support to the Financial Planners. Our client is offering a superb opportunity to be part of a highly regarded and established firm who pride themselves on offering their clients a superb customer service.

Working with a friendly and supportive team, this role also comes with free onsite parking, working in a stunning office within walking distance of Godalming town centre.

This role requires:

  • Strong administrative and organisational skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Good knowledge of Microsoft Office
  • Accuracy and attention to detail are key

Key Responsibilities:

  • Processing of new business and documentation in accordance with the agreed service and quality standards.
  • Ownership of full life cycle of transacted business.
  • Preparing for adviser/client appointments including collation of meeting packs, obtaining quotations, illustrations.
  • Point of contact for clients, to liaise on behalf of appointed adviser/s.
  • Dealing with client queries, taking the appropriate action to ensure the query is dealt with in a timely and effective manner.
  • Inputting and ongoing maintenance of data on internal systems ensuring the information is accurate and up to date.
  • General administration, ensuring the client service is of a high standard.
  • Monitoring own workflow and assisting colleagues where required.
  • Producing ad-hoc client valuations.
  • Liaise with other departments, offices and colleagues in a polite and professional manner.
  • Dealing with adviser charge, fee and commission enquiries.
  • Strong broad knowledge on the products and providers available on the open market.
  • Provide support to the Business Support Supervisor.

You also demonstrate the following personal attributes:

  • Are bright, well presented, friendly and personable
  • Are self-motivated
  • Are flexible and adaptable
  • Are honest and trustworthy
  • Are efficient, punctual and presentable
  • Possess cultural awareness and sensitivity
  • Demonstrate sound work ethics
  • Are conscientious, reliable and with work follow-through
  • Are a resourceful and creative problem solver
  • Are able to maintain strict confidentiality in performing your duties

 

If this roles sounds as though it aligns with your desire to have a career that comes with fantastic ongoing career development prospects and a high level of compensation, please email your CV with a covering letter now.

Please note that due to the high level of response; only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. If you are not contacted within 7 days of your application, please assume you have not been successful. However, please keep applying as we work with some great local clients.

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Senior Paraplanner – Compliance Department

Location: Canterbury

Salary: Negotiable depending on experience

Are you ready to advance your professional status to bring you closer to a lucrative new position?

This is undoubtedly a fantastic opportunity for a talented, aspirational individual who enjoys the all areas of paraplanning. As part of this role the successful candidate will be expected to train junior members of the team.

With a broad portfolio of duties, the role would suit someone with energy, flexibility and a proactive mind.

 

General Responsibilities

 

  • Be a point of contact for any Adviser queries.
  • Delegate work requests appropriately within the team.
  • Ensure team member’s workloads are monitored regularly and that they received adequate training and support.
  • Ensure Suitability Reports are updated with current legislation.
  • Authorise holiday requests for team ensuring appropriate internal process is carried out and records maintained.
  • Carry out annual appraisals for team.
  • Offer support and guidance to Administration team when required.

Main Duties & Responsibilities

  • Assess client’s objectives and carry out research to identify suitable solutions to meet client’s needs in line with an adviser’s recommendations and requests.
  • Discuss cases with adviser and proactively update the adviser throughout.
  • Carry out financial analysis to draft recommendation reports/letters for review and sign off by the advisers.
  • Prepare all relevant paperwork for client meetings.
  • Prepare and compile financial analysis.
  • Ensure that all regulatory and compliance standards are met and report any breach to the Compliance Manager.
  • Co-operate fully with the Complaints Manager with any complaints from clients.
  • Liaise with product providers and other relevant third parties.
  • Ensure that all client requirements are followed through to the appropriate conclusion.
  • Keep up to date with legislation.
  • Participate in online provider webinars for continued technical knowledge and ongoing CPD.
  • Ensure thorough knowledge of product research and analytical tools.
  • An understanding of FCA regulations and guidelines relating to financial services clients.

To be considered for this role you will:

The ideal candidate will have 3 – 4 years’ experience and be Diploma qualified (or equivalent), ideally working towards chartered.

 

If this role sounds as though it aligns with your desire to have a career that comes with fantastic ongoing career development prospects and a high level of compensation, please email your CV with a covering letter now.

If this role isn’t of interest then please contact us as we have a number of active roles at the moment that may be more suitable.

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