Dartmouth is a multi-award-winning recruitment company with a unique 'Classroom to Boardroom' business model. From fast-growing start-ups to PE-backed businesses, and FTSE 250, we partner with ambitious businesses to help them identify exceptional talent from school-leavers, all the way up to the C-suite.
Long-term thinking is hard-wired into our DNA. We support our candidates through their whole career journey and assist our clients in finding their most valuable asset - people.
Our key differentiators? Kindness and excellence.
About the role
Dartmouth’s Equities team was established in 2016. We place investment analysts, traders, economists, and portfolio managers into asset managers, family offices, fund of funds, and hedge funds as well as sell-side research & sales roles into investment banks and brokerage firms. We are a small tight-knit team with huge potential for growth and further specialisation.
We are looking for an Associate to join the team who is interested in the sectors we recruit into and would like to develop into a 360 consultant.
Your initial role will focus on networking and connecting with candidates, understanding their key drivers and motivations, and learning the recruitment lifecycle in our market-leading training camp, the Associate Academy. You will also identify and attract talent through writing adverts, building market maps, headhunting, and producing market reports.
Knowledge is one of our core values, and you will develop thorough sector knowledge, becoming an expert advisor to candidates and clients alike. You will work closely with your team to develop relationships with existing clients and, in time, develop your own new client relationships through consultative business development.
What you'll bring
The ideal candidate for this role will have up to 12 months of experience in recruitment or executive search already, or you'll be a graduate with a degree in business management/finance-related subjects. If you haven't worked in recruitment before, then professional work experience in a corporate setting is essential. This could be post-university work experience or internships in a role that required research skills, MS Office, and strong written and verbal communication skills.
You'll also need
- Confident 'can-do' attitude
- Strong work ethic
- A passion for a career in recruitment
- Intellectual curiosity
- Bright, engaging, charismatic personality
- Attention to detail and research skills
You must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions and be able to join us full-time in early 2024.
What you'll get
- A high-performance environment where we take our work seriously but not ourselves
- Personalised training from our in-house Performance & Development team
- Competitive salary & commission structure
- Performance-related incentives such as lunch clubs
- Private healthcare, wellness and mental health support including access to free counselling services
- Season ticket loan
- Cycle to work scheme
- Collaborative office culture where we spend 4 days together and 1 optional day wfh
- Friends in the office, regular team nights out and socials
With global offices in London, Frankfurt, Paris, New York and Charlotte, we're also able to offer international secondment and relocation opportunities to the right individuals.
We're changing the game and we want you to change it with us. If people are at the core of everything you do and you want to work in an environment where you can truly be yourself, get in touch.
Equal opportunities statement
At Dartmouth Partners, we know that high achievers come from all walks of life. Diversity is important to us and we are committed to providing equal opportunities for all of our candidates.