Where: England - Greater London
Deadline: October 14, 2018
About the Company:
EmployAbility is delighted to be working with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to
offer disabled students and graduates the opportunity to apply for their Graduate Programme.
About the FCA: There’s hardly a person in the country whose life isn’t somehow impacted by the work of the Financial Conduct Authority. Whether it’s regulating pensions providers, ensuring customers get a fair deal from their banks or clamping down on fraudulent businesses preying on the vulnerable, they are responsible for protecting and enhancing the integrity of the UK financial system.
About the Role:
To give you the exposure you need to excel, our two-and-a-half year graduate programmes are made up of multiple rotations and an external secondment. You’ll spend your first two years experiencing different areas of your division and growing your networks. At the same time, you’ll be collaborating with teams across your division, honing your skills and technical knowledge and developing a real insight into financial services. You’ll round out your experience with a final placement in industry.
Do you have the curiosity to look beneath the surface, the backbone to stand up for what is right, combined with a commitment to professional excellence? Are you someone who’s on the case from the outset? If so, you could be in line to carve out a career as a future leader in our organisation and industry. The FCA are interested in meeting undergraduates and graduates from all backgrounds and walks of life, across all subjects. And whilst many of their people do indeed come from finance or economics based discipline, they’re more interested in your personal strengths: qualities such as judgement drive and influence.
How to Apply:
For more information and to apply please visit Career Connect and search Reference ID 'NNQ49'