Corporate Trader - Vancouver (virtual), Vancouver

Published 2022-05-23
Expires 2022-06-23
ID #1008931249
Corporate Trader - Vancouver (virtual), Vancouver
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver,
Published May 23, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Corporate trader - vancouver (virtual)

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Remarkable team. Remarkable service. Remarkable growth.WHAT WILL YOU BE DOING? Reporting to the Manager Accounts, the Corporate Trader is a hybrid sales / dealing role where you will be able to utilize your sales skills and experience as a relationship manager to achieve great things.More specifically your duties will include:Establishing, securing and managing customer relationships with existing and potential clients through cold calling, networking, face-to-face meetings, obtaining referrals, emails & SMSRetaining client loyalty through proactive communicationAdding value to your client base by demonstrating a high level of knowledge of the FX market through updates on market news, discussing strategies and assisting in managing their business FX exposure and cash flow.Handling incoming phone calls and providing clients with exchange rates in accordance with company policy.Processing trades, ensuring all booked transactions are accurately entered.Completing all client overnight bids and forward contracts.Adhering to compliance obligations and all company policies.WHAT DO YOU BRING? Diploma or Degree in Business or related field.Previous Sales experience.Bonus Points for:Experience working in the foreign exchange or financial industry.WHAT WE OFFER:A competitive salary that’s benchmarked to Mercer salary data.For commissioned roles, an uncapped commission structureParticipation Corporate Incentive program based on 10%+ of annual salary.Paid vacation time plus 5 personal days.One half-Friday off per month.Health and dental benefits and an EAP program focused on your mental health (Headversity)Company paid professional development plus access to LinkedIn Learning.Employee recognition system – movie tickets, household items, electronics, gift cards, etc.Flexible working arrangementsWe run our business based on our values and we value those who:Dare to be adventurous, have a fresh, outward-looking way of thinking, determined, independent, entrepreneurial, and ambitious.Care to do what’s right and demonstrate trust, reciprocal respect, humility, honesty, and personal responsibility in all relationships.Share by collaborating and working together as one team to pursue mutually beneficial relationships and better outcomes for all.Uncomplicate by making life easier for customers and each other and make the complex simple and straightforward for everyone.Deliver by aiming to be the best, leading the way in service excellence, and continuously working to innovate and improve products, services, and processes.Firma is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Firma provides a supportive and respectful environment free of bias, where each employee feels valued. Together our opinions, strengths, experiences, and diverse backgrounds empower us to perform better and be innovative, which is essential to Firma’s continued success.Applicants are required to be able to work remotely and pass a background check to be eligible for consideration.We thank all applicants in advance; however, only individuals selected for an interview will be contacted.

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