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5 days ago

Lettings Manager

Mayfords Beaconsfield, England

We are an established independent Chartered surveyors company and are seeking a Lettings Manager. Your role is to help in the formation and… Reed.co.uk


4 days ago

Fund Accountant (Private Equity)

Mayford James London, England

The successful candidate will be ACA qualified or equivalent and will have significant and relevant experience as a Fund Accountant ideally within… eFinancialCareers


2 days ago

Financial Controller, Private Equity – new

Mayford James London, England +2 locations

- Partner with Tax, HR and fund administration regularly in respect to key dliverables. - Ensure FCA compliance - Work closely with the FD to met… eFinancialCareers


6 days ago

Regulatory Reporting Officer (12 month contract)

Mayford James Limited London, England

* Produce timely and accurate Bank of England Returns fully supported with variance analysis. * Ensure irregularities in data are investigated and… Adzuna


1 day ago

Order Management Manager – new

Mayford James Limited London, England

Plus day to day hands on exposure. To be suitable for this role you MUST have: A minimum of 5 years experience in investment operations Previous… Glassdoor


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    Unfriendly, uninspiring, going nowhere.

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    Former Employee - Researcher  in  London, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Researcher in London, England (UK)

    I worked at Mayford James full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    It's a job and if you want to work in recruitment it would give you basic experience. It relies heavily on a few clients so I suppose you learn a little about fund accountancy.

    Cons

    Long hours
    Unstable they made 4 people redundant in the 6 months I was there.
    Rely heavily on a few clients who simply aren't recruiting that much.
    Senior management of parent company pretty unfriendly don't make an effort really. One director only had a proper conversation with me after being asked by my boss to take me for a drink.
    Absolutely zero social side. Maybe one drink once a month.
    Promises to train you to start your own desk which never materialises.
    Work pretty dull. Mainly trawling job boards.
    Very basic £22k starting salary.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get to know people you hire. Sort out the cash flow shortage you clearly have.

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