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Be part of an inclusive and high-performing team
Enjoy a rewarding career move with opportunities for development
Make a difference with a fund that puts members first
When you work for Australian Retirement Trust, every day is an opportunity to be a force for good in the lives of more than 2 million members.
Australian Retirement Trust is the super fund formed through the merger of Sunsuper and QSuper. As one of Australia’s largest superannuation funds, we proudly take care of over $200 billion in retirement savings. Our teams are as diverse and unique as the members we strive to inspire and empower. Our inclusive culture means you will be valued and heard in a respectful workplace, where you can be your authentic self every day.
About the role
Every one of our team contributes to helping make our members’ world better. As a Financial Adviser in our Member team, you will provide high quality, professional superannuation and retirement advice, servicing existing and potential Sunsuper members and assisting the team in meeting Key Performance Indicators. This includes making informed recommendations to meet members’ goals and objectives and documenting those recommendations in a Statement of Advice.
Key responsibilities will include:
Providing high quality education and financial planning advice over the phone to key member segments.
Proactively building and maintaining relationships with our key advice segments
Providing member seminars at workplaces and other locations as required
Consistently maintain high level of advice quality outcomes that in the best interests of members, in accordance with both internal policies and procedures and relevant legislation
This role is available as a permanent opportunity.
If this is the right role for you, your skills and qualifications will include:
Must meet the existing FASEA definition of an existing adviser. (Listed on ASIC’s Financial Adviser Register as ‘current’ prior to 31 December 2018).
RG146 compliance, possessing as a minimum an Advanced Diploma of Financial Services (Financial Planning) or equivalent.
Whilst transitioning to the new FASEA education requirements must comply with the relevant education and professional standards for financial advisers which include successful completion of the exam by 1 January 2021 and be prepared to meet the new FASEA education requirements by 1 January 2026.
Solid experience in financial services.
Demonstrated experience in financial planning or paraplanning experience
How you'll benefit
As part of the Australian Retirement Trust team, you’ll have access to development programs that help you focus on solutions-based outcomes, and innovative ways to support our members. We provide a dynamic and rewarding work environment featuring:
Competitive salary, bonus, and super offerings
Flexible work arrangements
Generous parental leave entitlements
A focus on learning and development, including study assistance
Volunteer and community service leave
LGBTQI + and disability employee networks
Wellbeing initiatives including Employee Assistance Program and discounted health insurance
An additional leave day each year on top of annual leave.
Make a difference and join a high-performing team where you will be encouraged to be your best. If this sounds like the role for you, apply by COB, Wednesday 20th April 2022.
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