Graduate Researcher (Swedish speaker)

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Job Title: Graduate Researcher (Swedish speaker)
Sector: Financial Services

With a global client roster, this influential organisation focuses on searching for companies that will benefit from the range of financial services they offer. They’re looking for ambitious, bilingual graduates to help deliver from their London office during an exciting period of growth they’re experiencing!

Benefits/What you get:

– A competitive basic salary of £30,000
– Y1 OTE of £36k OTE
– Excellent training that is geared towards your progression
– Regular socials in an inclusive, welcoming atmosphere
– Increasing autonomy and progression as you progress
– A modern, fun office in a highly sought after London location

The successful bi-lingual candidate will work and learn in conjunction with the senior team on search projects. They’ll identify and research prospective companies, qualifying their suitability and interest in order to establish whether the business can help them. The successful candidate will network and engage face to face with customers, as well as perform regular outreach over the phone.

The Graduate Researcher will be personable and organised. Our client offers generous earning and career potential to the successful candidate!


– Educated to degree level
– Bilingual – must speak Swedish and English to a business level fluency
– Excellent communication, interpersonal and relationship building skills
– Commercially aware
– Ambitious and driven

Next Steps:

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(Please note that due to the high volume of applications we receive we are unable to contact all applicants directly. If you haven’t heard from us within 28 days please consider your application to have been unsuccessful.)