Careers & Opportunities

Artemis has a varied client base and welcomes a diversity of skills and experience in order to meet our client needs. The broad nature of our business and team structure means that administrators are involved in a wide range of different transactions and will develop a broad set of skills.

Our aim is to grow our team as much as possible to realise their full potential through our commitment to training and we continue to invest in professional qualifications, soft skills and on the job training. All new staff receive a comprehensive induction to encourage a smooth transition into the business and ongoing appraisals helps to identify what our colleagues need to achieve to progress to the next level.

The reward package at Artemis includes flexible working hours, parking, a competitive salary, discretionary bonus, family health care, life assurance, pension allowance and travel allowance.

If you are interested in becoming a part of our team, please get in touch with our HR Department by emailing a covering letter along with your CV to

Trust Administrator/ Officer - Dependent on experience

We are seeking to recruit a trust professional with a minimum of 3 years’ experience to work within a small but busy team. The role is challenging and the successful applicant will be required to manage their own portfolio of clients, review technical and financial documentation and implement the advice of professional advisors. The ability to work both independently and as part of a team is a must, along with the flexibility to adapt to differing client needs where a “one size fits all” approach does not always apply. Other responsibilities will include: regular liaison with clients, bankers and advisors; the preparation and maintenance of statutory records, including drafting board and trustee minutes; and bookkeeping.


Assistant Trust Administrator

Due to expansion we are seeking to recruit either a trainee/graduate or an A level student looking to embark on a career in Trust. Applicants must be well organised with excellent numeracy and communication skills, together with the ability to work well as part of a team. Duties will include, but not limited to, bookkeeping, making payments, assisting with the completion of statutory records and setting up new bank accounts. Support and encouragement to undertake a professional qualification will be offered.


Senior Compliance Contractor

We are seeking to recruit a Senior Compliance Contractor to assist in our team of compliance professionals for a period of six months. Reporting to the Associate Director, Compliance and Risk, duties will primarily be to carry out the compliance monitoring and transaction monitoring plans. The ideal candidate will have proven experience in these areas. Whilst the position is a full time position working 35 hours a week, we do offer flexible working arrangements and there is a degree of flexibility with regard to the working hours. The position has no direct reports.