Jobs, Employment and
Financial services are extremely competitive and constantly changing. To succeed, we must do more than meet our customer's demands. We must exceed them.
One way we do this is to ensure our employees are excited about their jobs and their careers. We believe that employees who are committed to their work and who want to exceed customer expectations makes us a great place to work.
Our belief is that strong one-to-one work relationships between managers and employees translates into a positive working and career environment, which ultimately benefits the customer.
Candidates interested in a job opportunity may respond by sending their resume and cover letter with salary history and previous jobs.
Want to impress us and increase your chances of landing a job with us? Just follow these easy rules to a hot career application.
We can't promise you'll get the job; but if you don't play - and play well - you can't win!
Now, take a good, hard look at your resume:
Do you have a mile-long list of job after job? Think it looks impressive? Think again ...
Long job lists rather than making our eyes pop simply make us suspicious they're indicative of an antsy professional.
Besides, its much more revealing if you tell us what you're good at and what kinds of projects you've worked on.
Apply only for positions that correspond to your skills. If you're clearly overqualified or underqualified, we'd still like to take a look at your resume. But don't try to shoehorn yourself into a job that doesn't suit you.
Instead, explain what you're looking for. If nothing quite seems to fit, throw in the shoe for now.
When something more appropriate surfaces, we can revisit your credentials and maybe give you a call. But please don't apply more than once. You know the saying - we'll call you!
Got it all together now?
Does your letter shine, your resume sings? Well then, send your cover letter and resume.
The subject line of your e-mail must include an appropriate job title. We will contact you shortly if your qualifications match our requirements.
Unless otherwise noted, all jobs are based in Athens, Greece. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
CURRENT AVAILABLE POSITIONS:
A. Stock Brokers/Sales/Commissions
B. Financial Consultants/Sales/Commissions
C. Independent Sales Representatives/Commissions
BASIC REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITIONS:
Stock brokers are expected to find and sign up new clients, match various securities to clientsʼ needs, and develop an effective sales presentation for various securities.
The stock brokersʼ income is earned primarily through commissions generated by the sales.
Although this sounds like a rather insecure way to make a living, it can actually be quite lucrative.
The average stockbroker -- with a few years of experience -- in Greece. earns about 60,000 Euros per year. However, there is a very wide variation around this number, with many earning far less and many earning far more.
LEVEL OF SKILLS NEEDED BY A STOCKBROKER
Communication Skills: High
Analytical Skills: Average
Computer Skills: Medium
Work Hours: 55 - 60 hours per week the first years, much less after a client base is established.
How to Be a Stockbroker
Stockbroker Career Requirements
The Securities Industry
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