Employment Opportunities:

Employment Opportunities

We are always interested to receive CVs and applications from like-minded professionals working within company, trust, or fund administration, tax and accounting, or eGaming, whether resident in any of our home jurisdictions or looking to relocate.

 

Current Vacancies

Business Development and CRM Manager

We want to apply your intelligence, organisational skills, and drive to an ambitious and global sales and marketing strategy.

We have an extremely successful business built on the deep specialist knowledge of key leaders in corporate and trust structuring, accounting and tax, gaming, and fund services. Those business leaders drive sales as they seek out, connect with, and solve problems for an impressive and global client base. As we are growing rapidly, we are investing heavily in technologies and methods to empower those specialists to reach more people effectively. We want you to coordinate that process and grow with the business as you succeed.

This is an office-based role, supporting and encouraging director-led sales. You will report to the group’s Head of Marketing in our Isle of Man headquarters and will take responsibility for coordinating sales activities, including:

  • Encouraging cooperation, knowledge-sharing, cross-training, and cross-selling between business lines and jurisdictional offices.
  • Designing, implementing, monitoring, and maintaining processes on our state-of-the-art Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software, as well as championing its use by users.
  • Coordinating global travel and event attendance for key staff, maximising the value of their face-to-face sales activities.
  • Planning, creating, maintaining, and improving sales materials such as proposals, presentations, and our sales knowledgebase, and coordinating marketing support for sales needs.
  • Providing insightful reporting for the global leadership team.
  • Working with the rest of the marketing team to enhance and optimise the experience clients have while working with SMP.

When we look for people, we believe that experience is good but character is essential. We will provide on the job training in all the necessary software and processes, as well as regular personal development coaching. Here’s what you’ll need to bring with you:

  • Natural organisational skills and attention to detail.
  • The intelligence to understand complex technical information or data and simplify it for an audience which doesn’t have a lot of time to spare.
  • Confidence with technology and the ability to learn new systems quickly.
  • An understanding of trust and corporate services.
  • A working knowledge of handling data in Excel.
  • The self-assurance to prompt senior colleagues on their sales commitments.

You’ll join an experienced and friendly team whose contributions to the rest of the business are respected and understood. Over time, we’ll grow that team with and around you, so you can build a career with us.

Our offices are on North Quay in Douglas (Isle of Man), giving you easy access to the town centre. We’re also well known for our charitable work and annual parties, so it’s not just the work you can get excited about.

If you would like to apply for this role, please click below, submit the form and we will be in touch.

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Compliance Administrator (Isle of Man Office)

The ideal candidate will provide compliance guidance and support to client facing teams and will assist with the acceptance of new business.   The role also involves reviewing existing client companies and trusts in accordance with internal procedures.  The role requires effectiveness and efficiency in dealing with internal administration.

The candidate will possess the following:

  • Proven administration skills, with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail. 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and strong interpersonal skills.
  • The ability to progress issues with an analytical and logical approach, whilst retaining independence.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Experience within the corporate service and trust service provider industry.
  • Detailed knowledge of corporate and trust service provider anti-money laundering legislation.
  • Previous compliance experience.

Our offices are located in our headquarters building on North Quay in Douglas, providing easy access to the town centre where you will find a large choice of eateries and restaurants to enjoy with your team at lunch or after work. We’re also well-known for our charitable contributions and annual parties, so it’s not just work you can get excited about.

The successful candidate will be rewarded with a competitive salary, performance related bonus and a comprehensive flexible benefits package, which may include flexible working hours, healthcare, childcare assistance, and pension scheme. Full training will be given together with the career opportunities commensurate with a growing team sitting within a large independent group of companies. 

If you would like to apply for this role, please click below, submit the form and we will be in touch.

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Fund Administrator, Fund Secretarial Services (Isle of Man Office)

As a consequence of continued growth in our Fund Services department we are seeking a Fund Administrator. This will be a challenging role working within a growing team in a busy department where delivering high quality service is key. The role will involve the provision of fund secretarial services for a broad range of investment structures domiciled in various jurisdictions.

The ideal candidate will have the following skills and qualities:

  • at least two years’ experience in the provision of corporate secretarial services
  • good academic qualifications, and have or be willing to work towards a chartered secretary qualification
  • knowledge of fund structures
  • proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel
  • proven attention to detail
  • effective communication skills
  • a hardworking and enthusiastic attitude
  • the ability to work independently and as part of a team.

Our offices are located in our headquarters building on North Quay in Douglas, providing easy access to the town centre where you will find a large choice of eateries and restaurants to enjoy with your team at lunch or after work. We’re also well-known for our charitable contributions and annual parties, so it’s not just work you can get excited about.

The successful candidate will be rewarded with a competitive salary, performance related bonus and a comprehensive flexible benefits package, which may include flexible working hours, healthcare, childcare assistance, and pension scheme. Full training will be given together with the career opportunities commensurate with a growing team sitting within a large independent group of companies

If you would like to apply for this role, please click below, submit the form and we will be in touch.

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Global Head of Human Resources

We want you to apply your HR leadership skills to a fast-growing and global group of companies.

Following a recent management buyout, SMP’s new and ambitious leadership team is growing the business rapidly through both organic growth and acquisition. The board recognises that the single most important contributor to that growth is the sourcing, retention, and empowerment of the talented individuals that define our brand. We are hunting for a leader to take responsibility for this key organisational requirement. As that leader, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Provide a strategic human resources function for hundreds of staff across seven jurisdictions, preparing the group for additional growth;
  • Develop a team and a methodology that bring together compassion and commercial acumen, driving value for individuals, teams, and the business;
  • Control and coordinate technology, processes, and people to meet organisational goals and deliver actionable business intelligence;
  • Foster positive communication and learning across the group;
  • Work with the communications team to maximise the value of our employer brand, recruitment process, and retention strategy, and to manage change;
  • Provide HR advice, support, and guidance to the board and the wider business and resolve complex employee relation issues.

You need to be a highly energised and resourceful individual with the ability to adapt and work well under pressure. You will also bring relevant experience of delivering results in an international organisation with multiple stakeholders and significant change projects. The following traits would also help you to be successful with us:

  • CIPD qualified or a relevant academic/vocational qualification;
  • Experience leading an HR team, with the proven ability to offer coaching and guidance to immediate colleagues and the wider workforce;
  • The ability to communicate challenges and influences to a variety of stakeholders and present sound and well-reasoned arguments to convince others;
  • Knowledge of current employment law and global compensation and benefits trends;
  • A strong sense of professionalism, with a focus on credibility, integrity, and honesty;
  • A good listener that will challenge constructively and respond well to feedback.

You will be working with a small but close-knit team that will continue to grow as we progress with our organisational goals and ambitions. This is an exciting opportunity to take charge of an integral part of our business and develop new ways of working that contribute to our core business areas going forward. In addition to a competitive salary, you will be rewarded with a performance-driven bonus, a comprehensive flexible benefits package, and the training and career opportunities that come as standard with a dynamic and rapidly growing group of companies.                                      

Our headquarters building is on North Quay in Douglas, Isle of Man, providing easy access to the town centre. We’re also well-known for our charitable contributions and annual parties, so it’s not just work you can get excited about.

If you would like to apply for this role, please click below, submit the form and we will be in touch.

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Senior Client Administrator (Malta Office)

SMP Partners is a rapidly growing international professional services group with one of the world’s most well-respected gaming consultancy practices. Following gaining a corporate services licence in 2018, we are now investing heavily in the development of our Maltese office. We are looking for dedicated and ambitious people to form a solid local component for our international team and grow with the business.

As Senior Client Administrator, you will work within our team in Malta to provide an accurate and efficient service to clients of SMP, using available specialist resources and other departments throughout the business. You will be expected to efficiently administer and monitor companies for clients within our exciting and reputable portfolio of operators. You will also have the opportunity to:

  • Work directly with some of the most interesting companies in a dynamic industry, impressing them with your client service and attention to detail;
  • Apply your understanding of structuring and tax advice to solve problems for clients as their needs change;
  • Investigate and compile relevant compliance information for our internal compliance department and corporate government purposes;
  • Learn from and deputise for an experienced Client Services Manager.

You will need a sound knowledge of all company and client administration, such as statutory, company secretarial, regulatory and compliance. It would also be beneficial to have:

  • 2-3 years’ experience of working within a corporate service provider environment;
  • Continued interest in self-development and a desire to build a professional career;
  • Strong knowledge of IT, in particular Word and Excel;

You will work within a small entrepreneurial-sized team to provide fast-paced support and keep your finger on the pulse of all things relevant to our clients, for which you can rely on support from a range of subject matter experts across our broad group infrastructure.

You will be working within our brand-new office in the Ewropa Business Centre on the outskirts of Birkirkara, one of Malta’s oldest and most historically important towns. The Ewropa Business Centre incorporates the latest technology and support to ensure you have everything you need to be successful in your job; it is also fully accessible and a recognised Green Office, so you need look no further for your ideal working space.

If you would like to apply for this role, please click below, submit the form and we will be in touch.

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Senior Fund Administrator, Valuations (Isle of Man Office)

As a consequence of continued growth in our Fund Services department we seeking a Senior Fund Administrator. This will be a challenging role working within a growing team in a busy department where delivering high quality service is key. The role will involve the preparation and review of fund valuations for a broad range of investment structures including equity funds, bond funds, private equity funds and alternative investment funds.

The ideal candidate will have the following skills and qualities:

  • at least three years’ experience in the provision of fund services
  • excellent knowledge of investments, accounting and corporate services provision
  • good academic qualifications, including mathematics and have or be working towards a professional accountancy qualification
  • knowledge of PAXUS fund administration systems would be beneficial
  • proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word
  • proven attention to detail
  • effective communication skills
  • a hardworking and enthusiastic attitude
  • the ability to work independently and as part of a team.

Our offices are located in our headquarters building on North Quay in Douglas, providing easy access to the town centre where you will find a large choice of eateries and restaurants to enjoy with your team at lunch or after work. We’re also well-known for our charitable contributions and annual parties, so it’s not just work you can get excited about.

The successful candidate will be rewarded with a competitive salary, performance related bonus and a comprehensive flexible benefits package, which may include flexible working hours, healthcare, childcare assistance, and pension scheme. Full training will be given together with the career opportunities commensurate with a growing team sitting within a large independent group of companies. 

If you would like to apply for this role, please click below, submit the form and we will be in touch.

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