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RFP Specialist

  • Location: London, Greater London, England
  • Salary: £70,000 to £75,000
  • Type: Permanent
  • Posted: 259 days ago
  • Company: IQ Talent Centre

One of our Global Asset Management Clients have just released a new position for a RFP Specialist to join their Marketing department on a permanent basis.

The main purpose of this position is to write and bring together the RFP documents that are sent to the clients that get them a pitch for a specific Fixed Income product.

One of its USP's is it being a fantastic RFP team in the F.I market as roughly 75% of RPF's get selected for pitch and the business wins roughly 25% of everything they pitch. An offshore location will pick up the formatting and data collection to improve speed and reduce mundane aspects. Then there's direct access to front office and distribution to build customised RFP's.

This RFP writer will need to have excellent Fixed Income experience from an institutional asset manager. This person would need to be able to slot into this role very quickly without any training. The team is fast paced with high standards of work.

This role provides a fantastic opportunity to build relationships and increase product knowledge, with potential for career progression into various roles.

The office is easily located in Central London, close to Blackfriars. Salary bracket is £70-75k plus benefits.

Thank you for taking the time to read this message. Should you wish to apply or discuss a different career path, please don't hesitate to call to discuss on - 01892 553236 / 07470064623

InterQuest Group is acting as an employment agency for this vacancy. InterQuest Group is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of age, disability, gender, religion/belief, race, marriage, civil partnership, pregnancy, maternity, sex or sexual orientation. Please make us aware if you require any reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process.