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Graduate Job Graduate Trainee

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: The Graduate Recruitment Company
Reference: 37336
Salary: ú23,000  

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Your Profile Are you a recent maths or finance graduate looking for a great training scheme in the finance or mortgages sector to give you a head start? We are looking for confident communicators who want to work on a graduate trainee scheme that emphasises detailed analysis work and strong client facing skills. You will have a minimum of 20 UCAS points at A level and graduated with a 2:2 degree or above in a business, economics or finance related subject. You should have experience of finance modelling. The Role You will start on the graduate scheme within the securitisation department of the company and can expect to receive comprehensive training in the process of analysing and marketing the best mortgage deals. In addition you will be presentable and professional in your approach as your role will involve liaising with key clients. Some European travel may be involved. The Company This is your opportunity to join an award-winning mortgage broking company. Part of an instantly recognised global organisation they are committed to recruiting and investing in remarkable graduates. Successful candidates will be given the opportunity to learn within a supportive team and there is potential for lucrative career development within the company. If you match the criteria and are eligible to work in the UK then send you CV and cover letter immediately to alex@grc.uk.net or call Alex direct on 0870 048 9246.

Location: South East England

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