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

Compliance Manager

We are looking to recruit a Compliance Manager to work within the Compliance and Risk department. Duties will include providing day to day assistance and advice on regulatory issues to the Compliance team and administration staff, assisting in the production of regulatory reports, delivering effective AML/CFT induction training and recommending further training as required. The position will report directly to the Associate Director of Compliance and Risk and will have involvement in various projects. The successful candidate will have a minimum of five years compliance experience, knowledge of trust and company structures a sound knowledge of the AML/CFT Handbook and Guernsey Company and Trust Law. Candidates with appropriate experience and knowledge may be appointed as MLRO.


Trust Manager

We are seeking to recruit an experienced Trust Manager to provide an efficient and effective service for a defined portfolio of high net worth clients. Duties will include, liaising with clients and their advisors, monitoring the performance of assets within the client portfolio and leading a team of trust professionals, taking responsibility for staff reviews and personal development plans. The ideal candidate will have proven supervisory experience, hold a professional qualification and be able to demonstrate both excellent communication and leadership skills.