Salary up to £28K plus bonus

Full Time


Recruitment & Staffing

The Company

Our client is an executive search firm which specialises in sourcing and placing junior to mid- senior professionals in the financial industry. They are currently seeking a full- time Researcher to support the consultants in the execution of retained mandates.


This is an opportunity for a smart, capable person who is interested in the financial markets and executive search space.


  • Carrying out research to source candidates for opportunities
  • Contacting selected candidates on the database to discuss potential opportunities
  • Keeping the database up to date with candidate activity
  • Assisting the consultants with the search process (scheduling interviews, taking feedback etc)
  • Attending candidate interviews (with a Consultant at first) and writing up candidate profiles
  • Working on specific research projects over the year

Candidate profile:

  • Must have undergraduate degree from a top university
  • Excellent telephone manner; good communication skills, both verbal and written
  • High energy, positive attitude
  • Must be extremely tech-savvy
  • 6 months to a year prior work experience, ideally in executive search, is a plus
  • Very organised and detail oriented
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Strong computer skills – Outlook, Excel



  • Learning directly from experienced Consultants
  • Room to progress within the company with great training and communication in place for any hardworking employee willing to put the ground work in
  • Retained and exclusive mandates with top tier funds
  • Enjoyable office atmosphere with a strong team spirit


Skills required:

  • Computer skills; familiarity with Word, Excel and Powerpoint
  • Online research/ website research
  • Open and friendly personality
  • Good sense of humour
  • Hard-working
  • Self-starter attitude
  • High professional standards


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