The Openwork Partnership invests in the class of 2022


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We are expanding our successful graduate recruitment scheme as we continues to invest in career development.

The Openwork Partnership’s graduate scheme, which offers the potential for careers in financial services with us, is being broadened to offer wider experience across head office teams as well as supporting the roll-out of its new Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system, ConcertHub, to adviser firms across the network.

We aim to recruit 15 graduates with 2:1 degrees or higher who have had work experience either after or during their degree with applications closing on Saturday July 31st for the two-year fixed-term contracts.

The first graduate scheme was launched in October 2019 and saw 19 graduates join the firm at the start of this year as part of an ongoing recruitment drive which has seen more than 100 new colleagues joining.

Graduate trainees will work with adviser firms and then have the opportunity to apply for rotations within head office across Business Change, Technology, Operations and HR among other central functions.

Carrie Morris, Chief People Officer at The Openwork Partnership said: We’ve been delighted with the success of last year’s graduate scheme and the fresh perspective our ‘Class of 2021’ have brought to the business.

“There has been an exciting exchange of ideas and insights and we have as a business ensured we mentor and support the next generation of advisers and specialists entering the financial services industry.

“We want to lead the market when it comes to making sure our teams and network of advisers reflect the diversity of the communities we serve. There are no boundaries to having a successful career with The Openwork Partnership.”  

The expanded scheme builds on the ongoing investment in the career fulfilment and wellbeing of employees which has seen The Openwork Partnership rated one of the UK’s best place to work for three years in a row.


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