Finding Jobs since 1987

Senior Trust Officer

REF: 4332

A great opportunity to join a unique, wholly independent and owner-managed company, in a key role.

The company has a reputation for providing a high level of personalised and efficient service to their clients who are wealthy individuals, families and institutions across the world. As Senior Trust Officer you will be a driven person, an organiser, a communicator, a finisher and a helper, will take pride in everything you do, and will understand the value of working as a team. You will also need to be qualified/part qualified or willing to undertake study for a professional qualification, or alternatively have many years' of trust and company administration experience. This is a key appointment, offering a progression opportunity in a medium sized company with an inclusive culture. And a parking space!


  • Appropriate Language

    In this video, our Senior Consultant Angela Ferguson will help you to understand how to speak appropriately in an interview with a prospective employer.

  • Body Language

    In this video, Temp Desk Senior Consultant Poppy Byrom will explain how body language can speak just as loudly as what you say in an interview.

  • Interviews

    In this video, Temp Desk Manager Alice Digard will guide you through preparing for a job interview, giving you the best chance to impress.

  • What to wear

    In this video, Recruitment Consultant Matt Bain will explain the importance of dressing appropriately for an interview, and help you solve the "tie or no tie" dilemma.

  • The handshake

    In this video, OSA Managing Director Nick Graham will explain just how big an impression an initial handshake can make, and how to perfect yours.

  • Talking too fast

    In this video, OSA Director Sophie Gregson addresses a very common interview faux-pas; speaking too fast.

Learn to Love your Job

No, it’s not the beginning of a horror movie – it’s the feeling you get when you think of Monday morning.

Stuck in the Office this Summer?

With all this gallivanting around inevitably someone ends up stuck in the office - usually with double the workload.