Applications now open for new SFE Young Professionals forum
The SFE Young Professionals are delighted to offer an opportunity for member firms to be represented within the SFE Young Professionals network. To support the expanding network and raise its profile they are looking for enthusiastic and talented professionals to join their new forum. This forum will be focused on leading network engagement, with each member responsible for driving this within their respective firm, as well as bringing fresh ideas to the central committee. Please see below a short summary of role responsibilities and a candidate profile to support:
- Representing their member firm at SFE YP meetings. Expectations include,
- Attendance and input at relevant meetings
- Volunteering of ideas and collaboration opportunities
- Representing SFE YP within member firm. Expectations include,
- Promoting SFE YP events and opportunities via internal channels
- Acting as central point of contact for SFE YP queries, idea gathering etc.
- Engaging colleagues on areas for continuous improvement, event feedback etc.
- Liaising with Senior colleagues to advocate the work of SFE YP
Ideal candidate profile:
- Keen and enthusiastic approach to personal development
- Strong planning and organisational skills; able to prioritise effectively
- Clear & concise communicator
- Excellent stakeholder management
- Preferably well networked within your organisation with existing senior management relationships
A bit about SFE Young Professionals
The SFE Young Professionals Committee was formed in 2016 by young people from across the SFE membership, with the aim of providing opportunities for career development, access to networking opportunities, events to develop Industry knowledge and contacts and promoting financial services to the next generation. The network now has over 300 members and holds regular events across Scotland. SFE Young Professionals is part of Scottish Financial Enterprise, but has a separate committee which sets its own agenda. Events across 2019 include an annual reception at the Scottish Parliament and learning events touching on topics such as agile working, personal data and technology.