Finance Apprenticeship Programme
- Company: UBS
- Location: London
- Closing Date: 25-03-2022
Did you know you don’t have to complete an internship to work in financial services? UBS’s Apprenticeship program provides ambitious and talented individuals with an alternative route to a career in financial services. You’ll earn a salary working in the exciting and fast-paced environment of investment banking, whilst completing training for a recognized qualification offering a fee-free on-the-job education alternative to the traditional university route.
Do you have a head for numbers? We’re looking for someone to join us in safeguarding our assets.
We offer our employees a rewarding and challenging career. In addition to the exciting challenges from your day-to-day role, successful candidates will be provided training on a variety of technical and behavioural topics. You will also work towards acquiring the CIMA / ACCA accounting qualification.
What You’ll Be Doing
You’ll be working within Group Finance. Our role is be the guardians of the firm’s resources, preparing and issuing regulatory data and reports. And we act as financial experts to the businesses of UBS, including the Investment Bank, Wealth Management and Asset Management. We add value by enhancing controls and simplifying processes.
For the first 18 months of your apprenticeship you will be studying towards Level 3 Assistant Accountant; advanced apprenticeship, gaining the AAT Level 3 Advanced Diploma in Accounting as part of your apprenticeship.
Your career development and professional qualifications don’t stop after the Apprenticeship. Focused and determined individuals will be able to attain further qualifications and when your training is complete you go on to become a fully qualified Accountant, Financial Analyst or Tax/Treasury specialist.
You will be supported by a junior member of the sales team together with support from the program, your line manager, team, mentor and HR.
You need to have completed your A-levels or equivalent by September 2022 and achieved a level 5/6 in English Language and Maths GCSE.