Roles in other locations
We also have a number of roles which are based across the UK. These are split into Field Management and Office Administration.
Office Administration staff are based within the St. James's Place locations across the UK to enable them to focus on providing the Partners and the Field Management Team with a professional and efficient administration service.
Field management roles
The Partnership is supported by 20 office locations across the country. Typically these offices are led by the Head of Business and supported by the Business Transition Manager, Business Development Manager and Business Acquisition Manager.
Head of Business. This role is responsible for creating the recruitment and retention strategies for the Partner population and, as part of the senior team, it contributes to setting the vision and creating the strategic pathways to medium and long term objectives. It builds strong relationships with key influencers across the Partnership and is responsible for recruiting, developing and maintaining a strong management team.
Business Acquisition Managers. This role is responsible for researching the market place then identifying, head hunting and recruiting talent for Partners at St. James's Place. Once on board the Business Aquisition Manager's role is to support and nurture the new Partner to ensure their success and profitability are maximised and to retain them within the organisation.
Business Transition Manager. This role works in Partnership with Business Acquisition Managers, Business Development Managers and Business Risk Managers to ensure the smooth transition of new joiners through the provision of appropriate support and guidance to maximise success. The role provides bespoke development programmes to ensure the skills and knowledge of new recruits are of the required standard whilst being responsible for driving the results and maintaining the targets of the joiners.
Business Development Manager. This role involves the support and guidance of Partners in developing their knowledge, advice processes, business skills and their Practices in line with Corporate, Treating Customers Fairly and FSA guidelines. Its aim is to encourage Partners to adopt appropriate strategy, operational activity and best practice leading to business growth and longevity against targets.
Business Risk Manager. This role, through implementing corporate policy regarding regulatory requirements, identifies and manages the key risks (and monitors low risks) within the Business Unit, and provides Risk Consultancy to the Head of Business and Area Manager – Business Risk. Its aim is to enhance the quality of advice provided by the St. James's Place Partnership in keeping with the guidance provided by the FSA's Treating Customers Fairly.