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Investing Intern (Return to Work Program)

Advertiser: Lakehouse CapitalMore jobs from this company

Job Information

Job Listing Date
7 Oct 2020
Location
Sydney, CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs
Work Type
Contract/Temp
Classification
Banking & Financial Services, Funds Management

Established in 2016, Lakehouse Capital is a boutique equities fund manager based in Sydney. We are a wholly-owned subsidiary of our US based global parent, The Motley Fool, founded in 1993. Lakehouse is the investment manager of two managed funds and stands out from other managers for its embracing culture and unique investment approach. We welcome you to learn more about Lakehouse Capital on our website www.lakehousecapital.com.au 

The Lakehouse Capital culture is one that advocates diversity from gender through to diversity of opinion and creating an environment where all staff feel they can speak up, be heard and respected.

The Opportunity

Our ‘Return to Work’ opportunity is designed for those seeking to transition back into the workforce. We understand you made a decision to put your career on hold some time ago to invest all your focus where it was needed most. Life happens.

We also understand you have now reached a point where entering back into the workforce fits in with your existing and future plans. This is an opportunity to refresh your skills, add to the valuable experience that never left you, and build your confidence.

You will be competitively remunerated for the role built on your previous work experience and how life in between then and now has added to what you can now bring to the workforce. 

While you will be in the position for 4 months, it acts as a strong stepping stone for your next role as you will be mentored by highly experienced teams across the business. The start date is shortly after Australia Day in recognition that those returning to the workforce often need time to sort out childcare options. 

Role and Responsibilities

  • Researching potential investment opportunities and providing assistance in coverage of existing investments

  • Working closely across the business to help support and learn from the investment, operations and distribution teams

  • Join in on current projects we are running across the business

  • Leverage your experience and skill sets into a fast growing business that continues to develop and implement strategy

  • Ad hoc functions each of our teams rely upon to perform at a high level

What you need to bring to the table

  • A keen interest and understanding of the funds management industry

  • 3-plus years of relevant professional experience in the share market (despite the 'internship' title, the role is not suited for current undergraduates or recent graduates)

  • Prior experience working in financial services

  • Bachelor’s Degree

  • Positive attitude

  • Independent thinking

  • Balancing a number of responsibilities which may be business as usual for you

  • Good sense of humour

The job description reflects management’s outline of essential functions but it does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned. Stuff happens.

To apply

Those who have ever doubted themselves of returning to work and are looking for a stepping stone to reignite their careers are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please click on the link to register your interest by supplying a:

  • Cover letter outlining why you want to participate in this opportunity

  • CV

We value thoroughness so, if you have read this far, feel free to reference purple tyrannosaurs in your cover letter. 

The application form will include these questions:
  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

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