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Level 3 Apprentice, Complaints Investigations

  • Job reference DST/TP/17447/11601
  • Job type Full Time
  • Sector
  • Location Chelmsford

Summary

A fantastic opportunity to join one of the fastest growing and largest employers in Essex! Join us as an Apprentice with full training and support from day one!

DST offers a fully paid Level 3 Apprenticeship in the capacity of an Investment Operations Technician. This includes all 3 levels of the globally recognised and respected IOC qualification

You will be enrolled into a work-based training programme, designed around the role you will carry out, where your training and development is provided as a combination of :

  • on the job training
  • E-Portfolios
  • Webinars
  • Assessment
  • qualifications

No attendance at college is needed. Successful candidates will join many other current and former DST Apprentices, as well as experienced team members, all of whom offer a great support network.

Upon successful completion of your Apprenticeship (achieved in 18 - 24 months) an internal development scheme awaits you at DST, and with it, the ability to climb the career ladder further!

Package

  • Starting salary of £15,600 followed by regular reviews and increases, as milestones are met.
  • Fully paid training and qualifications
  • 20 days holiday, plus bank holidays
  • Contributory pension scheme (for eligible applicants)
  • Life Assurance (4 x salary)
  • Single person healthcare
  • Flex benefits scheme
  • Discount scheme
  • DST Sports and Social membership
  • On site canteen

Main Responsibilities

Based within one of our Customer Service Teams, the Complaints Team, the successful Apprentice will be part of a dedicated group, undertaking a specific function in the support and administration of our Financial Services client's customers' investments, such as ISA's, Pensions, OEIC's and Unit Trusts.

Within the Complaints Team, you will learn and be dealing with:

  • Responding to incoming complaints, adhering to regulatory standards, evaluating against Financial Conduct Authority definitions and assessing if standards have been met.
  • Review calls, including an expression of dissatisfaction thoroughly, and document summary of conversation.
  • Utilise a variety of systems to log complaint details and the processes followed to resolve/ respond to complaints.
  • Following set procedures to ensure customers are treated fairly, responses are reviewed for quality checking, and complaints are resolved/ responded to within regulator and service deadlines.
  • Learn to identify trends. Utilise effective organisation skills to respond positively to the goals of the Clients and Client Services Complaints.
  • Ensure DST meets Client expectations in line with Service Level Agreements (SLAs). Strive to exceed minimum quality standards in line with house styles. All contact with Clients and their customers must be of a high standard, whether written or verbal

Ideal Candidate

  • 3 A levels (or equivalent, essential) ideally in subjects relevant to the Financial Services industry, such as mathematics, statistics or economics
  • A good telephone manner and excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • A strong command of spelling, with a good eye for detail and accuracy.
  • Good general computer skills including basic Word, Excel and email (plus any experience of using an in-house database is a bonus)
  • The ability to work to daily/weekly deadlines and follow strict processes
  • Candidates must be prepared to study for exam/s alongside developing their skills within the working environment.
  • Above all, the desire to learn and an eagerness to begin a career in the financial services sector!
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