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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to expansion and restructuring, an exciting new position has arisen at Associate Director level (with the possibility of progressing to Director for the right candidate).
The successful candidate will have a legal qualification and an in-depth knowledge of trust and company administration. They will support client-facing teams and the Artemis Group in any legal matters (including appointing and interfacing with external legal advisers) and will lead a team of staff providing company secretarial and corporate governance services to client teams and the Group.
We are looking for an innovator who can visualise and create new structures, policies, procedures, systems and controls to meet regulatory and legal requirements and drive change not only within their own department but within the Group as a whole.
The ideal candidate will have a network of contacts and will support new business acquisition initiatives while managing a high-performing, highly motivated team that works well with all other teams within the Group.
We have the requirement to recruit an Assistant Manager to form part of the Compliance Advisory team. The successful candidate will join a small team and make a positive contribution to maintaining and developing the compliance framework of the company.
Duties will consist of acting at the Nominated Officer, provide advice and support relating to AML/CFT and CDD to the client facing teams, manage and collate reliable intermediary questionnaires; registers; and information requests. Review Client Risk assessments and CDD and where appropriate, sign off CDD and other compliance related documentation ensuring that all records are acquired and maintained correctly. This is a mid-management position where the postholder will be required to assist with the development and delivery of training to keep staff informed of changes in policies and procedures and assist the MLRO in delivering AML induction and refresher training.
The successful candidate will have a minimum of three years’ compliance experience, preferably in a fiduciary business, hold a related professional qualification and ideally have one year’s experience holding the title of Nominated Officer.
Due to a restructure, we are seeking a Payments Administrator to join our Finance and Accounting department. Duties will include but are not limited to making accurate daily payments, communication with suppliers regarding payment details and assisting with the development of the payment processes. This is a busy role and would suit someone with previous payments experience but consideration will be given to entry level candidates seeking a new role. Full training will be given.
We have the requirement to recruit a Trust Manager/Assistant Trust Manager (dependent on experience) to provide an efficient and effective service for a defined portfolio of high net worth clients.
Duties will consist of developing new business enquiries, liaising with clients and their advisors, monitoring the performance of assets within the client portfolio and leading a small team of trust professionals.
The ideal candidate will have proven supervisory experience, hold a professional qualification and be able to demonstrate both excellent communication and leadership skills.
We have the requirement to recruit a Trust Officer with five plus years’ experience to work within one of our busy teams of trust professionals. Duties will consist of managing a portfolio of clients, reviewing technical and financial documentation, and implementing the advice of professional advisors in an efficient manner.
Flexibility and a willingness to undertake a full administrative role is important and the successful applicant will be professionally qualified to at least diploma level, have a sound knowledge of trust and company law and regulatory requirements, be proficient in using Microsoft applications and possess a diversity of skills and experience to meet our clients requirements.