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Category: Accounting & Finance
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £25,000.00 - £75,000.00
Salary per: annum
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This is an exciting opportunity to accelerate your career in recruitment, and earning, working for City Wharf Financial Recruitment, we are a successful and expanding firm based in Canary Wharf and have been established for over a decade. The company is a provider of permanent recruitment solutions to the financial markets currently operating within Investment Banking, Hedge Funds, Asset Management, Brokerage and Trading Houses, etc. 

City Wharf would now like to expand its coverage into Compliance-Legal recruitment. Suitable applicants will already have a proven track record in compliance-Legal recruitment developing new and existing clients, professional in person, driven to win business and demonstrate good billing figures.

You must have a pro-active attitude with the ability to hit the ground running, passionate about recruitment and have the key qualities needed to be an effective compliance -legal recruitment consultant (with a view to head this area up once established).  So, if you have the network /experience to set up a successful compliance recruitment desk we in return can offer you a lucrative financial package and a long term career path at the firm. We would also welcome applicants who have a strong compliance -legal background and would like the chance / opportunity to get into recruitment – full training will be given.

Please send us your cv for consideration and all will be kept strictly confidential.  
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