Trainee Financial Analyst
graduate job

Trainee Financial Analyst

£28,356 pa
Time left to apply
12 days to apply on Prospects

Job description

Are you a fast learner, highly motivated, with positive attitude and want to be part of a professional financial planning team in a first class Housing Association?

This is an exciting opportunity for someone looking to start a career in financial planning. It’s a great opportunity to learn on the job, and you’ll have the opportunity to apply for funding to support you through a professional qualification such as CIMA or ACCA (terms and conditions apply).

We’re looking for someone with a love of numbers, analysis and Excel. Someone with an appetite to learn and develop.

In this role you’ll be the junior member of a team of five. You’ll support the annual preparation of the corporate financial plan and other long term financial plans. You’ll help model new investment opportunities and advise colleagues around the business on your findings. Over time you’ll become really great with the systems we use for financial planning and to analyse development opportunities.

Other useful information

Experience of the social housing sector is not necessary for this role.

Although this role is a full time (36 hours per week) we would consider four days a week instead of five days a week for the right candidate.

Person requirements


  • Have good Excel skills
  • Have numeracy skills and be able to interpret and present information
  • Be flexible and adaptable
  • Possess good technical and analytical skills
  • Have a high level of personal integrity and tenacity in the conduct of your work.

Accepted degree subjects



£28,356 pa



Contract and working hours

Permanent · Full-time

How to apply

To find out more and apply, please click on ‘Apply’ to be taken to our website.

Closing date: 01/02/2018

This job listing will no longer be available on Prospects from 01/02/2018

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