Location: UK: London
Programme: 6-month returnship, part of the Diversity Project Cross-Company Returner Programme
Start Date: 24 April 2023
Apply by: 5 February 2023 (extended)
Artemis Investment Management LLP is participating in the Diversity Project Cross-Company Returner Programme. The programme will run for 6 months from our London office and is targeted at experienced professionals looking to return to work after an extended career break of 18 months or more (as at April 2023) who are interested in returning to Investment Management. During your career break you may have been working on a small-scale basis to fit around your other commitments or have not done any paid work for a number of years.
What you can expect from the Programme:
- The programme offers a professionally paid placement of six months starting in April to October 2023.
- Positions are for mid-senior level roles within the Investment Management business area.
- You will have the opportunity to work directly with the business and be part of a supportive, professional and experienced team.
- In addition to the Career Returners Coaching Programme support you will receive from Women Returners, Artemis will partner you with a professional mentor and buddy to support your return to work, professional development and help you to develop your internal professional network.
- The firm operates a hybrid working model (3 days in the office, 2 days at home).
What they are looking for:
- People who are closely aligned to their cultural values – clients come first, collaboration, integrity and accountability.
- People who are naturally curious, strong communicators and can build effective relationships across departments.
- Has previous experience working within an investment function ideally having knowledge of ESG, fixed income, or equity research.
- Potential roles for Investment Analysts and Investment Directors/Product Specialists.
Independent and owner-managed, Artemis was founded in 1997 by four fund managers. Now with over 200 staff, their focus remains on exemplary investment performance and client service. All Artemis staff share these two ideals – and the same flair and enthusiasm for fund management. They manage over £25 billion across a range of funds, investment trusts and both pooled and segregated institutional portfolios.
Key to the successful delivery of good client outcomes is creating and maintaining a healthy, customer-centric culture at Artemis. They have defined the core cultural principles as most important to Artemis: clients come first, collaboration, integrity and accountability.
Artemis has offices in Edinburgh, London, Zurich and Munich and, with fewer staff than one might expect for the size and growth of the business, each individual’s contribution is vital to the success of the company.
How they relate to the world beyond fund management is a distinctive part of the Artemis culture. They recognise the importance of their carbon footprint and work with a number of organisations to measure and reduce their overall impact on the environment through recycling, business travel and the energy that runs their offices.
When it comes to the type of place Artemis is to work, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) is increasingly important in everything they do. By signing up with and committing to tough targets set by industry bodies such as the Diversity Project and the Women in Finance Charter, they are striving for excellence in their approach. Not just to hire diverse candidates, but to ensure that they have a truly inclusive culture.
Artemis recognises the difference they can make on DEI and the environment through involvement with the companies they invest in. Their Stewardship team works hard to ensure that they invest or use their vote, if they have one, to influence a more sustainable and equitable future.
Each year the firm gives a fixed proportion of revenues to the Artemis Charitable Foundation. The staff and the trustees of the Foundation choose which charities will benefit from that income. Artemis encourages all staff to get involved directly too, through a range of volunteering opportunities and the opportunity to make charitable donations through GAYE which Artemis has long had a policy of matching.
How to apply
To apply please email your CV and cover letter to HR@artemisfunds.com clearly stating in the subject line “Diversity Project Returner Programme – 2023″. Artemis is committed to ensuring a fair and equal recruitment process for all roles. If you require any assistance or adjustment to the process due to disability then please let them know.
You must have the right to work in the UK to apply to this programme.
Applications close on 5 February 2023 (extended)
If you have any questions feel free to contact HR@artemisfunds.com
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