Opportunities at James Hambro & Partners for experienced professionals

At James Hambro & Partners our Partners, on average have more than 20 years’ experience of financial markets. Many of them have achieved this success based on their ability, hard work and continuous learning. We look for highly skilled and experienced professionals who strive for excellence, while embracing a culture of teamwork but are also dedicated to building long term business relationships.

We welcome individuals who demonstrate a real interest in our firm and a passion for the broader field of the wealth management industry. We are committed to nurturing and mentoring our employees and developing the requisite skills and expertise to provide high quality service to our clients.

Please do take the time to view our current opportunities and we look forward to hearing from you in relation to any specific role or if you believe you have the requisite skills to offer but do not see a relevant role advertised.

Current vacancies

Application Advice

Your CV

To make the best impression, your CV should be kept to a maximum of two pages with a simple clear format. Flag your achievements and explain any career or academic gaps.

Preparing for your Interview:

To prepare for your interview, you should explore our website and look at the business pages of newspapers and websites to learn about our business. You should also familiarise yourself with your CV and be ready to explain why you would like to work at James Hambro & Partners in comparison to other employers.

During your Interview:

During your interview, you should give specific examples of your skills and experience to date and be prepared to listen carefully.

We currently have no open positions for experienced professionals

If you think you have the requisite skills we’re looking for, please send your CV and covering letter to Recruitment@jameshambro.com


How to apply

Please send us your CV with a covering letter detailing the position you are interested in applying for to Recruitment@jameshambro.com

The value of your investments and the income received from them can fall as well as rise. You may not get back the amount you invested.