As the employee, your part is to deliver on your promises, targets and aims. To take ownership of your self-development and add to the around productivity of the business.
In return, we obviously expect the obvious things such as salary and annual leave, but what you really want, is somewhere truly supportive. Somewhere that activity develops your skillset, provides you with opportunities to progress and aids you through challenges and obstacles.
When you work in such a partnership, both you and your employer’s chances of success are greatly enhanced. It’s a win win situation where everyone is happy and all parties prosper. Unfortunately, this is not the case everywhere, with many firms operating a sink or swim approach, which often causes a detrimental effect.
If you’re an Employee Benefits Consultant, I may have such an employer for you. The business is a well-known Employee Benefits Consultancy going through a period of headcount growth. The business has built a solid reputation from both a client and employee perspective and lead the market in many aspects
They are keen to attract Consultants who stand out from the crowd, you will need to be able to display a solid skill set and demonstrate success. Ideally you will have the following skills and experience:
- Financial Services experience, with a proven track record of giving face-to-face advice.
- Excellent pension knowledge and experience.
- Proven track record of building rapport and strong relationships with clients at all levels.
- Confident presenter, with a proven track record of presenting to both small and large groups.
- The ability to complete fact finds, risk profiles etc.
- The ability to travel to clients on a regular basis.
- Outstanding telephone manner and excellent written communication skills