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Monday 21 May 2018

Do you have what it takes to be a TechMarketView analyst?

TMV logoTechMarketView is expanding and we’re looking for someone with a passion for financial services and fintech to join our friendly team as a Research Director or Principal Analyst.

You may already have been working as an analyst for a number of years, you may be working for a financial services organisation in the tech space, or perhaps you come from the worlds of journalism or market intelligence within the UK tech industry and are keen to take on a new challenge?

Whatever your background, you will need to be able to demonstrate expertise in the market for software and IT services within the financial services sector, particularly in the UK.

Join the TechMarketView team

Of course, it’s just as important that you’ll be a good fit with our small but growing team.  We’re looking for people who are:

·      self-motivated team players with strong business acumen

·      able to demonstrate integrity, drive, an enquiring mind & analytical thinking

·      excellent written and verbal communicators known for attention to detail and the ability to meet deadlines

·      experienced in interpreting data and drawing insightful conclusions

·      accustomed to engaging with senior decision makers and presenting to clients

·      happy working from home (we all do) but able to attend monthly meetings in the Guildford area (Surrey) plus client meetings in London.

There is scope to tailor the role for the right candidate, who may work on a full-time or part-time basis. Naturally we offer a competitive compensation package, commensurate with experience.

If you think you fit the bill and you’re interested in joining the ‘TechMarketView family’ please send your CV and a covering email to our Chief Research Officer, Kate Hanaghan (khanaghan@techmarketview.com), before the end of May.

Please note that we do not accept resumes from recruitment agencies, headhunters and other third party services providers – only direct applications will be considered.

Posted by HotViews Editor at '09:21'