Apprentice Group Operations Analyst
Reference No: 29931

Vacancy Filled

UBS
403.85/week
23/03/2018
City and County of the City of London
35.00
Advanced
Bishopsgate
EC2M 2QS

About this opportunity

UBS are looking for an apprentice to work within group operations, the backbone of this financial services organisation. UBS deliver the best-in-class post trade services across investment banking, wealth management and asset management.

A normal day will differ from role to role, but typically will include:
Management and resolution of assigned responsibilities - this can be investigation into risk related queries and processing of corporate actions
Dealing with stakeholder/client queries
Reporting/providing transparency to stakeholders/clients
Some roles may include involvement in strategic initiatives (e.g. regulatory, change driven, communication agenda)

In addition to the exciting challenges from your day-to-day role, you will be provided with training on a variety of technical and behavioural topics. You will also work towards acquiring the investment operations certificate; a financial services industry recognised qualification.

UBS offer expert advice, wealth management and investment banking. They have 60,000 employees in all major financial centres, in almost 900 offices across 50 countries.

What you could go on to do
•Further specialise (i.e. become a technical expert) in your area
•Expand your group operations knowledge by moving across to a different department.
•Broaden expertise further by moving out of group operations and into another area of the corporate centre or other departments

How you will be supported:
Full training and support will be provided by our expert training and assessment staff at The Growth Company. Onsite support will be provided by your line manager, team, mentor and HR.

What will happen next:
Applicants who meet the entry requirements will be contacted within one week.


What you should have to apply

- B/Level 6 Grades at GCSE maths and English Language
- A-levels req: BCC or equivalent (104 UCAS Points)


Personal Qualities

Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to influence senior management and other stakeholders


Skills

Be goal-oriented, self-motivated with strong communication skills and excellent written and verbal communication skills (English)
Attention to detail
Business analysis and problem-solving skills.
Demonstrable professional integrity and a strong work ethic.
Comfortable with ambiguity